The Potomac State Women’s Basketball Team finished up the season with a 13-7 record after earning a spot in the Region XX Tournament. On the final game of the regular season against Chesapeake (Feb. 19), PSC had to win in order to qualify for the regional tournament. They won 97-94 in double overtime. Katie Hoban led 5 scorers in double figures with 18 points. Alexis Carr and Treashur Jackson each had 16 points, Courtney Davis had 13 points, and Elizabeth Mills had 12 points.
The regional tournament is single elimination. The winner advances to the national tournament in Kansas. This year the region tournament was held at Chesapeake College. The Lady Catamounts were matched up against the College of Southern Maryland for the first game and lost 72-62 which ended their season. PSC was down two points at halftime, but could never take a lead over Southern Maryland.
The PSC Men’s Basketball Team also was involved in the Region XX Tournament the same weekend as the Lady Catamounts; however, their tournament took place at Hagerstown Community College. They lost in the region championship game to Cecil College, 86-80. The PSC Catamounts, who were nationally ranked 17th in the latest NJCAA polls, won their first game against the Community College of Beaver County 71-65 behind George Chase’s 21 points and 10 rebounds. That win earned them a spot against Cecil College on Sunday (Feb. 28). The men finished up their season with a record of 22-5.