Men’s Basketball: Brown's steal, score lifts Potomac State past Wolfpack

YOUNGWOOD, Pa. — Travis Brown intercepted a pass, drove the length of the court and added an insurance layup with eight seconds left as Potomac State improved to 2-0 since the break by beating Westmoreland 83-80 Monday evening in Pennsylvania.

 Travis Brown
Travis Brown 

Brown’s layup came with eight seconds remaining and put PSC ahead 83-79. The Catamounts had two fouls to give, allowing them to eat up most of the remaining time before finally putting the Wolfpack at the line with less than a second left. Westmoreland was fouled attempting a three-point shot, but the shooter missed two of the three attempts and Potomac State got the final rebound to seal the win.

George Chase led the Cats with 17 points and added six rebounds. Zackery White finished with 14 points, and both Brown and Edmiston had 11 points. Edmiston led the team with eight rebounds and Brown added five. Torrey Mayo added five rebounds to nine points and Daylin Davis added eight points.

Westmoreland’s Rueben Edwards led all scorers with 31 points on six threes, 10 total field goals and 5 of 7 shooting from the foul line. Jordan Johnson scored another 18 points, Jalen Stevens scored 17 and DaQuan Moore finished with 11.

The Catamounts defeated Butler 113-47 on Saturday behind 18 points from Elza. Davis added 15, while Brown and Chase had 14 each.

Potomac State (11-1) plays Howard on the road Wednesday at 7:30 p.m.