From Staff Reports
FREDERICK — The Potomac State women’s soccer team suffered its first loss of the season Tuesday afternoon, dropping a 2-1 double-overtime decision to Frederick in a defense-heavy match in Frederick.
Potomac State’s Kirsten Rayner fired the opening salvo by converting Allison Shaw’s assist at 9:01 of the second half. Frederick’s Michelle Barnes tied the score 11 minutes later on an unassisted goal.
Caitlin Cox delivered the final blow by scoring an unassisted goal in the second overtime period.
The defensive struggle was highlighted by the total shots on goal taken by both teams. Each school was only able to fire off three shots over in almost one hour and 20 minutes of playing time.
Frederick’s Destinee Winhauer had two saves, and Potomac State’s Kat Ziebarth had one.
Now 3-1, Potomac State will play Saturday at home against Prince George’s.