Women's Soccer: Lady Cats pick up wins on back to back days

Laurel Podlesnik
Potomac State's Laurel Podlesnik is 11th in the country in scoring and she leads the Catamounts as they outscored oppponets 41-3 through seven games.  Photo Courtesy Raymond Burner.

Keyser, WV- Playing soccer games on back to back days may not be the easiest thing in the world to pull off, but don't tell Mark Sprouse's Potomac State Women's Soccer team that.

On back to back days, the Lady Catamounts posted strong first halves en route to a 4-0 win over Frederick Community College on Friday and a 3-1 win over Chatham on Saturday.

Laurel Podlesnik continues to pace the Catamounts attack, as the sophomore from Springs, PA added two goals against Frederick and another against Chatham. Her torrid pace is good enough to have her as the 11th top scorer in the country with 10 goals and 3 assists in seven games.

Abigail Altman, who is currently ranked 17th in the NJCAA with seven goals and three assists picked up a goal and two assists in the two game sweep.

Comfort Agyei picked up two goals and an assist.

In all this season, Potomac State has outscored their opponents by a score of 41-3.

Sprouse sings the praises of his strong defense led by Raven Bierman, Rebekah Messenger Kelsey Kimmell and Ashley Thomas, as well as stellar performances in goal from Acasha Smith and Brittany Yates.

The Lady Catamounts are back in action on Saturday when they travel to Purcellville, VA to face off with Patrick Henry College.