0, 1st2nd3rd4thFinal
Cumberland (Tenn.)1110151349
College of the Ozarks (Mo3118162186
Stats at a GlanceCUCOFO
FG Percentage.339 (19-56) .469 (30-64)
3P FG Percentage.105 (2-19) .371 (13-35)
FT Percentage.643 (9-14) .722 (13-18)
Offensive Rebounds1113
Defensive Rebounds2428
Total Rebounds3541
Turnovers207
Steals77
Bench Points2631
LeadersCUCOFO
PointsDevon Burns - 13
Katherine Griffith - 13
Aleksei Smith - 15
ReboundsTEAM - 8
Kelsie Cleeton - 15
AssistsKerrice Watson - 4
Kelsie Cleeton - 6
StealsDevon Burns - 2
Briana Vandlen - 2
Abby Oliver - 2
Cassidy Johnson - 2
BlocksKatherine Griffith - 1
Dominique St. Louis - 1
Clare Shetley - 1
Cold shooting, turnovers lead to road loss for CU
Friday, November 16, 2018
Cold shooting, turnovers lead to road loss for CU
Devon Burns posted 13 points in 28 minutes of action in CU's loss Friday night at the College of the Ozarks. (Credit College of the Ozarks Sports Information)

LEBANON, Tenn. – Devon Burns and Katherine Griffith netted 13 points apiece off the bench but Cumberland got off to another slow start and posted 20 turnovers in an 86-49 loss to the College of the Ozarks on Friday night in Point Lookout, Mo.

The Phoenix end the two-day event with a 1 p.m. contest Saturday against Mid-America Christian.

College of the Ozarks scored the first 12 points of the game and led 19-2 less than six minutes into the contest. Cassidy Johnson hit a pair of 3-pointers and added an old-fashioned 3-point play during the 19-2 spurt, as Cumberland started the game 1-for-7 from the field with four turnovers.

Griffith ended the run with a basket at the 3:55 mark and the junior recorded seven of her 13 points in the period. Cumberland trailed 31-11 at the end of 10 minutes.

Kelsie Cleeton netted four points during an 8-0 stretch midway through the second quarter, stretching the Bobcats’ lead to 43-16. She added a 3-point play before three points from CU’s Briana Vandlen, who finished with nine points. College of the Ozarks led 49-21 at intermission, with Johnson posting 11 points and Abby Oliver nine for the home team.

The Phoenix missed all 11 attempts from 3-point range in the first half and registered 12 turnovers, which the Bobcats turned into 17 points.

Six College of the Ozarks players finished in double figures, including 14 points and 15 rebounds from Cleeton. Oliver netted 14 points and Aleksei Smith posted 15 points to lead the Bobcats.