Women’s Lacrosse: Catamounts make history with 1st ever win over CSM


Lindsey Chamberlain
Potomac State's Savannah Chamberlain speeds past a defender during Saturday's win over the College of Southern Maryland at Stayman Field.  Photo by Raymond Burner


The weather for the first ever home game for the Women’s Lacrosse program in the history of Potomac State College was a rainy mess. The downpours did not however affect the Lady Cats as the rolled past the College of Southern Maryland 17-8 to notch the first ever win in program history.

The Potomac State offense was led by freshman midfielder Lindsey Chamberlain with 6 goals and 9 draw controls. Chamberlain now leads the NJCAA with 25 draw controls on the season.

Sophomore Morgan Fair and freshmen Amanda Thomason each notched hat tricks of their own, while Kayla Littleton and Savannah Chamberlain notched two goals and Katya Pase scored her first goal of the season.

The defense was held up by excellent performances from sophomore Antoinette Jones and freshman Dusti McClemens. Jerica Blanding had 12 saves on the day. The Lady Cats return to action Wednesday, March 18th as they travel to take on JUCO foe Howard CC.