From Staff Reports
KEYSER, W.Va. — Chesapeake entered a doubleheader with Chesapeake ranked 19th in the country and carrying a undefeated, 26-0, record, but left Keyser with their first black eye of the season ater the Catamounts split a doubleheader with the Skipjacks Thursday afternoon.
Potomac State blemished the Jacks record with a 6-4 win after Chesapeake won 12-7 in the opener.
The Cats scored five runs in the third inning to a take a 6-4 that Meghan Anderson made stick with four scoreless innings to earn the win.
Britani Chambers tore into a three-run home run that gave her team the lead, and Taylor Rice had a double and a single. Erica Doyle singled twice.
In the first game, Savannah Hose smacked a three-run home run and hit two doubles, but the Cats lost by five. Rice added a triple and a single, and Megan Wright came up with two singles.
Potomac State moves to 17-3 and plays again today when it hosts a doubleheader with Catonsville at 3 p.m.