The Colonials were without their leading goal scorer, sophomore forward Alexis Williams, in the matchup against James Madison.
The Colonials held Coppin State to a .038 attack percentage in the game, GW’s best defensive performance of the season.
The tie against Maryland marks the third-consecutive game the Colonials have not found the back of the net.
The Colonials netted the most goals in a single game since head coach Craig Jones took over the program in 2012.
The pitching staff has held opponents to a combined one run on 16 hits in the Colonials’ last two games.
The Colonials faced elimination Wednesday night in the first round of the A-10 Championship after losing their first game of the tournament.
With one more regular season series left, head coach Gregg Ritchie said the team needs to hit and pitch like they did Sunday to remain in postseason play.
The Colonials will enter the Atlantic 10 Championship tournament this weekend with the most experienced lineup of golfers in the competition.
The Colonials were leading by three goals heading into halftime but gave up six second half goals in the loss.
The Colonials reached the 20-win plateau in their only win of the weekend.