Women’s Soccer: Rezutek sets Potomac State record

Scores six times during 7-3 win over Wolfpack

Hannah Rezutek
Hannah Rezutek re-wrote the Potomac State record book on Wednesday night with six goals against Westmoreland County Community College.  Photo by Raymond Burner

YOUNGWOOD, Pa. — Potomac State’s Hannah Rezutek scored three goals in the first half and, after Westmoreland got to within a goal in the second, scored three more for a single-game school record six goals in the Catamounts’ 7-3 college women’s soccer victory on Tuesday.

Rezutek, a freshman from Oconomowoc, Wis., was fourth in the nation, just three behind the leader, among NJCAA Division III players in the most recent list of goal scorers. She now has 18 goals in nine games.

“Hannah had a magnificent game and is one of the leading scorers in the nation,’’ said Potomac State coach Mark Sprouse. “Now, she has a school record, too.”

She scored goals on assists by Whitney Ogle and Kirsten Rayner to give PSC (8-1) an early 2-0 lead. Sarah Allman assisted on the next two goals, the first by Gracie Parzych and the second by Rezutek to pad the lead to 4-0.

Westmoreland (1-6) rallied for three straight goals, including back-to-back goals in a six-minute span by Lindsey Dawson that made it a 4-3 game in the 55th minute.

Potomac State regained control behind Rezutek, who scored three goals to complete the scoring. Two were unassisted, and the other came on a pass from Rayner.

Potomac State led in shots 21-6 and in corner kicks 4-1. Alana Nappi had two saves and Brooke Fink one in goal for the Catamounts, who again head to the road Thursday night at Lord Fairfax (Va.).