Women’s Soccer: Catamounts blank Frederick; await post-season plans

FREDERICK, MD—The Potomac State College Lady Catamounts wrapped up their regular season with a 3-0 win at Frederick Community College on Friday.

Samantha Sines scored with a second remaining in the first half, then Hannah Rezutek doubled Potomac State’s lead in the 61st minute.

Kezia Butcher
Kezia Butcher

Rezutek turned provider to Kezia Butcher in the 75th minute to cap scoring.

"This was a rewarding win against a good opponent. I don't think they counted on the multidimensional aspects and discipline of this team. We had a defender, a midfielder and a forward score. Our defense, especially Paige Harrison and Maddie Miller, played flawlessly. Our whole team stepped it up the second half, which might have been our best half of the year. I think we're peaking at the right time,” said PSC head coach Mark Sprouse.

PSC also defeated Frederick at home by a 3-goal margin, 5-2, earlier in the season.

The Lady Cats held a 15-4 advantage in shots, with Kristen Brinkley (three saves) and Brooke Snyder (one save) combining for the shutout.

PSC took eight corner kicks to Frederick’s one.

PSC (8-2) will begin Region XX postseason play on Saturday, opponent, site, and time to be determined.

It’s the ninth straight year that Potomac State has qualified for the playoffs.