Potomac State Baseball Releases 2015 Schedule

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KEYSER, WV - Potomac State Baseball Head Coach Doug Little has announced the schedule for the 2015 season, which will be his 18th season in charge of the Catamounts including 29 home games at Golden Park and 55 games overall.

"The 2015 schedule will be another challenging season for our team," Little said. "I truly feel that our Region is one of the best in the country, and will be strong once again. There are no easy games and every opponent is tough. This gives Potomac State fans a great opportunity to watch some of the best JUCO baseball in the country.

Potomac State (38-13-1) is coming off just the 4th season in the last 15 years without a Region XX Championship.

Potomac State begins its 55-game schedule on the road Feb. 14-15 with a four-game series in South Carolina in the Pepsi Invitational in Florence, SC. Week I of the Pepsi Invitational will be held at Sparrow Stadium on the campus of Francis Marion University.

Florence Darlington Tech will host the Catamounts in the opening game. FDT was 34-18 last season including a sweep of two games over PSC by scores of 10-1 and 8-1. PSC will also face off with USC Sumter, who were the 2014 Region X Champions with a record of 41-15.

PSC heads back to Florence, SC the following weekend for Week II of the Pepsi Invitational, this time to be held at Cornell Field. The Catamounts will face FDT for the third time as well as matching up with USC Lancaster, Brunswick Community College and Patrick Henry Community College.

Potomac State will head south for a third time when they will face a rematch with Patrick Henry Community College for four-game set. Patrick Henry was 35-17 last season and has an amazing record when playing home at Hooker Field.

The Catamounts will kick off their home schedule on March 7th and 8th with a four-game series with Corning Community College. This marks the first time Potomac State has ever faced the Red Barons.

The 29 games scheduled at Golden Park is not a school record, but if all 29 are played it will mark the most home games played in one season. "We are looking forward to playing a bunch of games at home," said Little. "We feel like we have a nice facility here, we are trying to make it better and we love playing at home."

"It's a very tough schedule," commented Little. "Every year we try to play the toughest schedule we can, and this year is no different. We hope by playing a difficult schedule it prepares us for postseason play."

All times and dates are tentative and are subject to change.