Women’s Basketball: Despite Chrisman's 31-points, PSC falls

Kirsten Doleman
Kirsten Doleman speeds past the defense during Potomac State's game with Westmoreland on Saturday afternoon in the Lough Gym.  Photo by Raymond Burner


KEYSER, W.Va. — Kenzie Chrisman lead all players by scoring 31 points, but her Potomac State Catamounts came up a little short Saturday, losing to Westmoreland County 83-76 in college women’s basketball.

Chrisman connected on 14 field goals and hit all three of her free throw attempts on the climb to 31. She also tied for the team lead in rebound with 12. Olivia Wilson had a double-double as well with 16 points and 12 rebounds, and Kirsten Doleman put up 15 points and eight rebounds. Mary Feaster finished with eight points and seven rebounds.

The Wolfpack were led by Kylee Surike with 22 points and Alyssia Calp with 21. Baylee Riggle supplied another 15 points and Kathleen Camp scored 11.

The Catamounts (9-5) are at home on Tuesday when they face CCBC-Catonsville at 5 p.m.