Women’s Soccer: Bussard powers PSC over Frederick

Rochelle Daniels
Rochelle Daniels counter-attacks for the Potomac State offense during PSC's 4-1 win over Frederick CC on Thursday night at Stayman Field.  Photo by Raymond Burner

KEYSER, W.Va. — Kylie Bussard scored all four of Potomac State’s goals Thursday to keep the Catamounts undefeated with a 4-1 win over visiting Frederick.

She scored the first three goals in the opening 15 minutes of the first half, getting an assist from Brittany Maphis on the first and one from Brittany McMillion on third. The second goal went unassisted.

Frederick got on the board less than three minutes into the second half with an unassisted goal from Victoria Doing, before Bussard tacked on the fourth and final goal.

The Cats held a small lead in shots, 15-11, but trailed in corner kicks 4-2. Chloe Payne put together 10 saves during the win before leaving with an injury. Kayla Worrell made 11 stops in the loss.

Potomac State coach Mark Sprouse also cited Maddie Miller and Paige Harrison for their defensive play.

Potomac State (7-0) plays tonight when it hosts Howard at 6 p.m.