0, 1st2ndFinal
Cumberland University437
Shawnee State (Ohio)033
Scoring
CU 00:52Daniel Williams (Waldenstrom,Jonathan , McNamara,Brian)
CU 04:56Tyler Watson
CU 21:18Bakary Bagayogo (Skraastad,Markus )
CU 40:11Daniel Picken
CU 58:57Daniel Williams (Watson,Tyler )
CU 67:31Tyler Watson
SSU 73:08Mitchell Patchett
SSU 74:39Bryce Romanello (Zimmerman,Shane )
SSU 78:34Alek Blevins (Miles,Hunter )
CU 89:54Sondre Risa
GoalkeepersMinGASv
CUJake Yarbro25:4031
CUBennet Strutz64:2002
SSUZachary Smith45:0034
SSUMatthew Boreman45:0044
Stats at a GlanceCUSSU
Shots (on Goal)25 (15) 13 (6)
Saves38
Offsides60
Corner Kicks95
Fouls1716
Yellow Cards20
Quick start propels men past SSU
Wednesday, October 18, 2017
Quick start propels men past SSU
Daniel Williams collected a pair of goals, one in each half, in CU's 7-3 win Wednesday at Shawnee State. (Credit Bob Tamboli)

LEBANON, Tenn. – Tyler Watson and Daniel Williams recorded two goals apiece and 24th-ranked Cumberland jumped out to a seven-goal before registering an 8-3 win against Shawnee State in men’s soccer action Wednesday night in Portsmouth, Ohio.

Williams scored just 52 seconds into the match on assists from Brian McNamara and Jonathan Walderstrom en route to his first multi-goal outing since August 28 of this season. Watson followed with an unassisted score in the fifth minute and Cumberland (10-2-1, 3-1-1 Mid-South) was on its way.

The Phoenix added two more goals in the first half, the first from Bakary Bagayogo in the 22nd minute and the second by Daniel Picken in the 40th minute for a 4-0 CU advantage at intermission.

Watson assisted on the second goal of the match from Williams in the 59th minute and added an unassisted score of his own in the 68th minute for a 6-0 Phoenid lead.

The Bears (2-14-0, 0-5-0) netted all three of their goals in a six-minute stretch, starting with an unassisted score from Mitchell Patchett in the 74th minute. Bryce Romanello found the back of the net in the 75th minute on an assist from Shane Zimmerman and Alek Blevins recorded the final goal for SSU in the 79th minute from Hunter Miles.

Cumberland’s Sondre Risa posted the final score of the match unassisted with just six seconds remaining in the match. CU’s Bennet Strutz posted two saves in just over 65 minutes of action and Jake Yarbro added one save in the final 25 minutes.

Shawnee State goalkeeper Matthew Boreman made four saves in the first half and Zachary Smith added four saves in the final 45 minutes.

Cumberland hosts the University of Pikeville on Saturday at 2 p.m. at Lindsey Donnell Stadium-Kirk Field, the next-to-last home match of the year for the Phoenix.