By Paige Harrison, Contributing Writer
With chic new practice uniforms, a new head coach, and a lively blend of experienced and new, hard working players, the Potomac State Lady Catamounts Lacrosse Team is ready to get their season underway.
Under the direction of new head coach, Josh Seese, the Lady Cats have been practicing for the past month in preparation for their season opener on March 3, at Frederick Community College.
“I am excited about the leadership the experienced girls are bringing to the team and the hard work to become better that the new players are putting in. I look forward to what I believe will be a great season where the ladies and I can learn a lot from each other,” said Seese of his first time coaching a women’s team.
Making up the roster is an array of experienced and talented players and a group of girls brand-new to the game.
This half and half mixture is proving to make up an interesting dynamic that many of the returning players believe will bring them a successful season.
The team has a heavy home schedule of eight games and hopes to draw large student crowds as they fight to defend the Catamount turf. With a lot of student and staff support the program could continue to grow into a prominent and successful PSC team.