Women’s Lacrosse: Catamounts place four on All-Region Team

Savannah Chamberlain (#6) and her sister Lindsey Chamberlain (#14) were two of four Lady Cats named to the All-Region XX Team.  Photo by Raymond Burner

After concluding their inaugural season with a 6-8 record, the Potomac State women's lacrosse team had four girls named honorable mention to the NJCAA All Region XX team. All four athletes had breakout freshman seasons, helping to power the Lady Cats to their six win season. 

First on the list is freshman midfielder Lindsey Chamberlain, who led the team in goals, points, and draw controls. Lindsey finished with 49 goals and 56 points in the regular season, good enough to place her in second and third in the region, respectfully. She also tallied 84 draw controls on the season, placing her second in the region.

Following Lindsey is her twin sister, freshman attacker Savannah Chamberlain. Savannah finished third on the team with 42 points, and second on the team with 37 goals. Savannah sits in fifth in the region for goals. Savannah also had 28 draw controls and 24 ground balls this season. 

Midfielder Kayla Littleton was added to the honorable mention list after a breakout freshman year as well. Littleton finished first on the team in assists with 10, second on the team in points with 45, and third on the team in goals with 35. Her 45 points was good enough to sit her at 8th in the region. Littleton finished the season with 31 draw controls and 23 ground balls. 

Freshman defender Whitney Ogle rounds out the honorable mention list for Potomac State. Ogle led the team in caused turnovers with 18, and finished tied for third on the team with 23 ground balls. Her 18 caused turnovers placed her in sixth in the region in that category. The team's go-to defender also controlled 12 draw controls this season. 

"It's tough for a first year program to turn some heads, and I think the fact that we placed four girls on honorable mention for the All Region XX team in our inaugural year means we definitely surprised some people. I'm so proud of not only how hard these girls worked to get here, but how hard the whole team has worked this season. Each of these four are very deserving of this award."

The Lady Cats enter the Region XX tournament as the four seed and travel to AACC to play number one seed, Harford Community College on Saturday, May 2nd. Opening draw is set for noon.