Two former Rams part of the MLS Playoffs

RICHMOND, Va. – Wednesday marks the final home game of the season for the VCU men's soccer program.

While the Rams are entering the final stretch of their 2015 season, two alums are set to enter the 2015 MLS Playoffs, which also begin on Wednesday night.

Former VCU standouts Andrew Dykstra (DC United) and Domonic Oduro (Montreal Impact) are both members of MLS playoff teams.

Dykstra's United squad will host the New England Revolution in a knockout round game tonight at 7:30 p.m. Oduro's Impact squad will also be a part of the knockout round, tomorrow night when they host Toronto at 7 p.m.

In his sixth season in the MLS, Dykstra serves as the backup keeper for the United. This season, he proved to be a vital part of their midseason success when he started nine straight games, tallying 40 saves and a goals against average of 1.85.

In his 10th season in the MLS, Oduro has proven to be a critical part of the Impact's offense, starting 18 games and scoring eight goals, which ranks third on the team. It's the third highest single-season total of his career.