Women’s Basketball: Potomac State pounds Pitt-Titusville

KEYSER, W.V. — Potomac State won its sixth straight by spreading the scoring amongst nine players and outscoring Pitt-Titusville 45-19 in the second half to win 70-38 Sunday during Western Pennsylvania Collegiate Conference action at Dana G. Lough Gymnasium.

Kelsey Morrone
Kelsey Morrone

Antwanye Parks had a Catamount-best 12 points as well as eight rebounds and five steals. Chelsea Keyser provided 11 points to the victory and had a team-high six assists. Kelsey Morrone was the third player in double-digit points by finishing with 10.

Both Leah Hershberger and Miranda McNabb scored nine points. Kirsten Rayner had seven rebounds and six points, and Elizabeth Mills added six points to her eight boards.

Titusville keep the score close during the first half and trailed only 25-19 at the break. The second half was a different story with the Cats adding another 20 points to the pace in the second half.

Just three players found their way onto the scorebook for Titusville. Makayla Mewell had a game-high 15 points, Tenasia Law added 12 and Amy Marak finished with 11.

The six straight wins have improved the Catamounts to 11-2 overall. They beat Titusville earlier in the streak by a score of 80-22.

Potomac State stays in conference when it plays Wednesday at home, 5 p.m., against Butler.