GEORGETOWN, Ky.- Cumberland and Georgetown went neck and neck in the fourth quarter trading baskets the entire way down the stretch until the Tigers found Michaela Kennedy on the right wing for a three ball with two seconds left to win, 78-75.
LEBANON, Tenn.- Katherine Griffith had a career-high 21 points, but Thomas More’s Courtney Hurst went for 24 points and the Saints hit their free throws late to defeat the Phoenix, 73-62.
LEBANON, Tenn.-- The Phoenix recorded a season high 17 steals, a shocking seven of which came in the first quarter, but cold shooting down the stretch cost them a 72-61 loss at home against conference foe University of the Cumberlands Thursday night.
LEBANON, Tenn.--Katherine Griffith found success in the paint with 18 points while Kerrice Watson put together 16 on an excellent effort from behind the arc, but the Phoenix fell short in the fourth quarter to 14th-ranked Lindsey Wilson, 76-67, tonight in Dallas Floyd Phoenix Arena.
CAMPBELLSVILLE, Ky.- No. 1 Campbellsville proved to be too much for Cumberland in the 86-58 loss for CU at the Powell Athletic Center.
MURRAY, Ky.- Murray State defeats Cumberland 93-60 at CSFB Center in an exhibition game.
LEBANON, Tenn.- Cumberland Athletics sits in third place for the Mid-South Conference President's Cup after the completion of the fall sports. Cumberland is trailing Lindsey Wilson and University of the Cumberlands.
MIAMI GARDENS, Fla.- Cumberland women’s hoops staved off a late rally by Florida Memorial holding the Lions to two points in the final five minutes to seal the victory at FMU, 55-47.
North Miami, Fla--Ashlyn Pittman led Cumberland with a season high 18 points, but the Phoenix lost in heartbreaking fashion in the final seconds of play, 71-67, on the road at Johnson and Wales University.