Women’s Lacrosse: Catamounts double up College of Southern Maryland 20-10

In their first 20 goal game this season, the Potomac State Women’s Lacrosse team put up some impressive number against the College of Southern Maryland Hawks on Monday.

Overall, the team controlled 22 of the games 30 draw controls, 12 of which came from Lindsey Chamberlain herself. The team also collected 23 ground balls, and took 41 shots on cage, keeping the Hawks defense on their toes.

The midfield was again led by Lindsey Chamberlain with 6 goals, one assist and 12 draw controls. Sophomore Morgan Fair had another impressive midfield performance while scooping up 8 ground balls, and adding three draw controls, a goal and an assist.

Leading the attack were freshman Savannah Chamberlain and Kayla Littleton, who had 5 goals and one assist, and 4 goals and one assist, respectively. Every offensive player had at least one goal for the lady cats. Rounding out the scoring was Amanda Thomason with 4 points (2g, 2a), Katya Pase (1g), and Dusti McClemens (1g).

Whitney Ogle was the leader on defense with 4 ground balls and 3 of the team's five caused turnovers. Jerica Blanding finished with a 52% save percentage on the day, saving 11 of the Hawks' 21 shots on goal.

PSC travels again this Wednesday, April 1st to Lancaster Bible College (PA) for a 4PM opening draw.