The team continued a strong defense in overtime, but was unable to score. Its record for the season is currently 5-8-2.
Despite outshooting the Dukes 16-11, the Spiders were unable to complete any plays with a goal, and lost 2-0.
Drika Bianchin, junior, expects her injury to heal in four to six months. She said her teammates had been helpful and supportive in her recovery.
The Billikens scored early and the Spiders were unable to respond, even when Saint Louis’ goalie earned a red card.
Senior Becca Wann of the women’s soccer team suffered a concussion during a game last week that will force her to sit out for the rest of the season.
The Spiders played through regulation play and two overtimes against Longwood Friday night. The team outshot the Lancers 27-16, but was unable to score.
Becca Wann, in her 1st home game since winning gold in the U-20 Women’s World Cup, scored both goals in a 2-0 victory for Richmond women’s soccer over American.
After falling in its first four games of the 2012 season, Richmond’s women’s soccer team defeated Villanova, 3-1, in its first home contest.
Richmond’s Becca Wann was named a first-team All-American for her season on the soccer field. She is just the second Spider in history to receive the accolade.
Richmond’s women’s soccer team earned the second seed in this weekend’s Atlantic-10 Tournament, receiving a bye in Dayton, Ohio.