|CU||31:06||Daniel Williams (Watson,Tyler )|
|CU||69:28||Daniel Williams (Picken,Daniel )|
|Stats at a Glance||GC||CU|
|Shots (on Goal)||2 (0)||29 (10)|
LEBANON, Tenn. – Daniel Williams scored in each half and Brian McNamara converted a penalty kick in 22nd-ranked Cumberland’s 3-0 victory over Georgetown College in the quarterfinals of the Mid-South Conference Men’s Soccer Championships on Thursday night in Bowling Green, Ky.
Cumberland moves into next week’s semifinals, facing 18th-ranked Campbellsville University at Noon on Thursday, November 9.
Georgetown played the last 56 minutes without starting goalkeeper Jacob Roberts, who was given a straight red card just inside the top of the box while knocking down Tyler Watson, who was chasing a long pass forward. McNamara converted the PK for a 2-0 edge late in the first half.
Williams put the Phoenix ahead in the 32nd minute, running onto a long pass from Watson and beating Roberts low and right for his 14th goal of the year. In the second half the sophomore finished a pass from Daniel Picken in the 71st minute, extending the Cumberland lead to 3-0.
The Phoenix outshot the Tigers, 29-2, in the victory, forcing seven saves by Roberts and Michael Hatfield.