Wallace, McManamay lead PSC over Christendom

WVU Potomac State College
Cassidy Wallace had three goals and an assist as WVU Potomac State College hosted Christendom College at Stayman Field.
Nicole McManamay netted two goals to help lift Potomac State College over Christendom at home this week.

KEYSER - Cassidy Wallace had three goals and an assist while teammate Nicole McManamay netted two goals to lead the Potomac State women’s soccer team past Christendom College 6-5 in a wild one Monday night at Stayman Field.

McManamay opened the scoring 13:21 in when she turned a Hailey Ternent corner kick into the Christendom goal to give the Catamounts an early 1-0 lead.

Two Crusader scores at 24:06 and 41:39 left Potomac State trailing 2-1 before Wallace nailed a 25-yard shot at the 43:59 mark to tie the score 2-2 at halftime.

Christendom wasted little time opening a 7-goal second half when they took a 3-2 lead less than two minutes after intermission.

PSC’s Megan McKenzie answered at 58:07 with an unassisted goal to tie the score, 3-3. Wallace’s second goal at 69:30 gave the Catamounts the 4-3 lead.

The Crusaders answered with back to back goals, tying the score 4-4 at 69:40 and taking a 5-4 lead at 73:24 on two great individual efforts.

Wallace completed her hat trick when she netted another long distance shot at 77:42 to tie the score at 5-5.

The Catamounts secured the lead for good at the 82:34 juncture when Wallace penetrated the left side of the Crusader defense and slid a perfect feed to McManamay who calmly planted the game-winner. Final score 6-5 Potomac State.

Christendom was led by Christine McLaughlin with three goals.

Teresa Lambert got the win in net for the Catamounts recording 6 saves. Lucy Stanford made 4 stops in goal for Christendom.

The PSC win avenges an earlier 2-1 loss at Christendom.

Potomac State’s record stands at 1-3 this season. The Catamounts paly again Thursday, April 22, when they square off at home against NJCAA National No. 1 ranked CCBC Essex at 4 p.m.