GEORGETOWN, Ky.- The No. 1 team in the NAIA, Georgetown showed Cumberland why they were the highest ranked team from the opening tip. The Tigers shot 65% from the field and hit 15 threes against Cumberland to take the victory in conference action, 116-74.
CRESTVIEW HILLS, Ky.- The Phoenix had an eight point lead with four minutes to play, but CU fell into a scoring drought that allowed Thomas More to take the lead late and get their first Mid-South Conference win, 60-57.
LEBANON, Tenn.- DeMari Davis went for 22 points and Jalen Duke posted another double-digit scoring night, but it was not enough as the Phoenix fell cold in the final five minutes of the game and dropped a conference loss to the University of the Cumberlands, 80-69.
LEBANON, Tenn.- Jalen Duke took over late in the game scoring 14 of his 20 points in the second half and TJ Stargell was sent to the line on two separate occasions in the final 14 seconds of the game and hit four clutch free throws in the 63-60 win over No. 19 Lindsey Wilson. This is Cumberland’s third straight home win versus Lindsey Wilson.
CHATTANOOGA, Tenn.- Phoenix hung around in the first half, but the Mocs took over in the second half as the Phoenix fall 72-42. The game is does not go on the win-loss record for Cumberland, but the Phoenix have dropped five straight games including three exhibition games versus Chattanooga, Murray State and Union.
Phoenix finish tough week with a loss at No. 1 Georgetown
Late scoring drought dooms Phoenix versus Thomas More, 60-57
Patriots pull away from the Phoenix late, 80-69
Phoenix take down No. 19 Lindsey Wilson, 63-60
Campbellsville uses a strong second half to push past Phoenix, 81-59
Men's Basketball falls to Chattanooga in an exhibition game