|March 09, 2019||1st||2nd||3rd||Final|
Chambers - 8
Acevedo Reyes - 1
Hogg - 1
Sturzoiu - 1
Adkins - 3
LEBANON, Tenn. – Arthur Amorim and Mason Chambers collected eight kills and Stephan Davis added six while Brian Hogg dished out 26 assists in Cumberland’s 3-0 victory over Brewton-Parker in men’s volleyball action here Saturday night at Dallas Floyd Phoenix Arena.
The Phoenix (6-15, 6-4 Mid-South) won all the matches during the weekend event, which includes six Mid-South Conference teams and three matches for each. Cumberland hit .328 as a team in the win and registered 21 total blocks, six of those by Chambers and four apiece for Amorim and Christian Lester.
Jordan Pierce and Lester combined for a block that started a 6-1 run for CU in the first set and included kills by Lester, Angel Acevedo Reyes and Amorim. Narlin Clancy, Jr., posted a kill for the Barons and Jacob Adkins and Jorge Llumipanta recorded a block, pulling the Barons within 11-7.
Amorim netted a kill and he and Chambers posted a block before kills by Chambers and Davis stretched the CU lead to 17-8. Lester and Chambers and then Chambers and Pierce registered blocks and Davis and Chambers collected kills for the Phoenix. CU got a little sloppy at the end of the set but Acevedo Reyes finished the set with a kill, 25-18.
Cumberland fell behind 4-0 and 5-2 to open the second set before putting together and 11-1 spurt. Davis and Chambers contributed kills before Chambers and Pierce and then Chambers and Lester posted blocks. Chambers and Pierce collected kills and the Barons committed five errors for a 13-6 CU advantage.
Amorim netted two kills and Chambers registered two as well before a final block from Amorim and Davis for another 25-18 set for the Phoenix.
Davis and Chambers started the third set with kills and Lester and Hogg recorded a block before two kills by Lester put Cumberland ahead, 8-4. Acevedo Reyes collected two kills and Amorim and Davis got a block, but the Barons evened the set at 10 with two kills from Michael Conway and one from Clancy, Jr.
The Phoenix netted the next seven points with two kills from Davis and one each by Acevedo Reyes and Amorim along with a solo block by Acevedo Reyes. Chambers and Amorim added another block and Amorim collected a kill for a 21-13 CU advantage.
Chambers recorded a kill and Lester posted the final two in a 25-17 set win for Cumberland.
The Phoenix play Lawrence Tech and Milligan College on Sunday at Milligan.