Cumberland University gives Relief to their Student-Athletes

LEBANON, Tenn.--On March 16, the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) called to cancel all spring sports as the threat of the coronavirus spread throughout the country. Many spring athletes may have played their last collegiate game without knowing it, but the NAIA is granting relief to give athletes one more season of competition if they choose so.


Cumberland Cancels All Spring 2020 Sports

LEBANON, Tenn.--Cumberland University athletics in conjuction with the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) announced today that it is cancelling the spring 2020 sports season, effective immediately.


No. 5 Tennessee Wesleyan downs Cumberland

ATHENS, Tenn.--Tennessee Wesleyan University used big innings to take a 12-2 victory as the Bulldogs scored three times in the first to set the tone for the game.


Tuesday baseball game with Bryan canceled

LEBANON, Tenn. – Cumberland baseball game scheduled for Tuesday versus the 18th-ranked Bryan College has been canceled due to the incoming forecast of heavy rain in the middle Tennessee area.


Morgan earns MSC Player of the Week

LEBANON, Tenn. – Cumberland's Josh Morgan was voted Mid-South Conference Baseball Player of the Week after batting .538 with two home runs, seven hits and 10 RBIs in three games for the Phoenix, as announced by the league office Monday.


Cumberland holds on to beat Shawnee State, 13-10

PORTSMOUTH, Ohio--Cumberland came out hot putting up five runs in the first and third inning, but Shawnee State charged back into the game with a pair of four run innings. Josh Morgan hit a two-run homer for insurance in the top of the ninth as the Phoenix hold on for a 13-10 win.


Phoenix split one run games with Shawnee State

PORTSMOUTH, Ohio--Cumberland University baseball played their first games since the tornado came through Middle Tennessee early Tuesday morning splitting a pair of one run games with conference rival Shawnee State.


Phoenix pound out 19-9 win over Indiana-Wesleyan

LEBANON, Tenn.- Cumberland bats came alive as the Phoenix hit five home runs and pounded out 17 hits in a run rule victory over Indiana Wesleyan to split the weekend series.


Phoenix drop two to Wildcats, 5-4 and 15-5

LEBANON, Tenn.-- The Phoenix failed to keep up with the Indiana Wesleyan bats, dropping both of today’s games, 5-4 and 15-5, in Woody Hunt Stadium-Ernest L. Stockton Field.