Final Score: VCU 12, Davidson 11 (OT)
Location: Davidson, N.C. (Richardson Stadium)
Records: VCU (6-8, 4-2 A-10), Davidson (7-7, 2-4 A-10)
The Short Story: Trailing 11-8 with 15:51 remaining, the Rams held Davidson scoreless the rest of the way as Sky Hyatt reeled off three unanswered goals to force overtime. Molly Barcikowski scored the game-winning goal just 39 seconds into the sudden-death overtime period.
- The win extended VCU's winning streak to four games, all in A-10 play. The four A-10 conference wins are the most for the Rams who are playing in just their third season. VCU has improved its conference win total each season.
- Hyatt scored a season-high seven goals on 13 shot attempts.
- Barcikowski scored two goals, including the game-winner, and added two assists. She eclipsed 150 career points during the contest.
- Jessica Del Rossi scored two goals on just three shot attempts.
- Keriann McTavish scored one goal and had one assist.
- VCU outshot Davidson 38-25 overall and 29-18 in shots on goal.
- The Rams held a 17-9 advantage in draw controls.
- Sarah Kopp scored a team-high three goals for Davidson.
HOW IT HAPPENED
- VCU and Davidson were tied 1-1 with 25:23 remaining in the first half before the Wildcats reeled off five goals to take a 6-1 lead with 9:22 left in the first half.
- The Rams scored four of the final six goals of the half to trail 8-5 at halftime.
- VCU scored the first two goals of the second half to get back within 8-7 with 22:30 remaining. Davidson answered with three of the next four goals to push its lead to 11-8 with 15:51 left.
- The Rams held the Wildcats scoreless for the remainder of the game as Hyatt scored the final three goals to force overtime.
- After a short lightning delay after the end of regulation, Barcikowski scored the game-winning goal in overtime on an assist from McTavish. It was the only lead of the game for the Rams and gave VCU the win.
VCU hosts La Salle at 5 p.m. at Cary Street Field on April 20.