Men’s Soccer: Potomac State loses opener in double OT

TAKOMA PARK, MD — Potomac State head coach Ray Kiddy’s 300th career win will have to wait, as his Catamounts fell to Washington Adventist University, 3-2, in double overtime on Tuesday evening.

Potomac State (0-1) struck first as last season’s team-leading scorer Tyler Sisler found the back of the net, unassisted, just one minute and 48 seconds into the game.

The Shock equalized with 23:50 remaining in the game when Kingsley Nwosu scored unassisted.

The Catamounts took the lead back just over 10 minutes later when Dylan Romine got on the end of a Jakob Dale corner kick.

Washington Adventist answered via Nwosu with 10:30 to play.

With neither team able to find a winner in regulation, it took two minutes and 10 seconds into the second overtime for Elam Lemus to score the golden goal for the Shock.

Washington Adventist led in shots, 14-8, and fouls, 5-4. Potomac State held the advantage in corner kicks, 11-6.

Catamounts goalkeeper Kevin Riley made six saves while Windell Reid made five stops between the pipes for the Shock.

Potomac State will look for its first win of the season on Friday, 5 p.m., when it hosts West Virginia University Club.