LEBANON, Tenn. – Cumberland women’s golf received an at-large berth into the 23rd Annual NAIA Championships set for May 23-26 in Palm Beach Gardens, Fla., as announced late Thursday by the national office. It marks the first-ever appearance for the program as a team in the national tournament.
LEBANON, Tenn. – One hundred and twenty-five current and former Cumberland student-athletes, athletic trainers and athletic staff will receive their degrees this Saturday in the 175th Commencement ceremonies on the lawn of Memorial Hall. It marks the fifth straight year of more than 100 graduates for athletic department student-athletes and personnel.
BOWLING GREEN, Ky. – Cumberland’s Abbey Burgdorf earned First Team All-Mid-South Conference honors, Raquel Romero Valverde, Savanna Strode and Morgan Stuckey were named Second Team All-MSC, Rich Williams was voted Co-Coach of the Year and Delaney Lazenby garnered the Champions of Character award for women’s golf, as announced by the league office at the conclusion of last week’s conference tournament in Bowling Green, Ky.
BOWLING GREEN, Ky. – Freshman Raquel Romero Valverde carded a final-round 80 and juniors Morgan Stuckey and Abbey Burgdorf finished their rounds despite injuries, placing in the Top 5 for Cumberland on Wednesday at the Mid-South Conference Women’s Golf Championship at Bowling Green Country Club.
LEBANON, Tenn. – Juniors Morgan Stuckey and Abbey Burgdorf both carded a second-round 77 and stand in the Top 5 after the second round of the Mid-South Conference Women’s Golf Championships here Tuesday at Bowling Green Country Club.
BOWLING GREEN, Ky. – Junior Morgan Stuckey posted an opening-round 79 and junior Abbey Burgdorf turned in an 80, ranking fifth and sixth, respectively, after the first round of the Mid-South Conference Women’s Golf Championships here Monday at Bowling Green Country Club.
LEBANON, Tenn. – Cumberland women’s golfers Anna Leigh Cleveland, Abbey Burgdorf, Delaney Lazenby, Savanna Strode and Morgan Stuckey were named Academic All-Mid-South Conference, as announced Friday by the league office.
LEBANON, Tenn. – Cumberland University moved up one spot to No. 22 in the latest NAIA Women’s Golf Coaches’ Top 25 Poll, released Friday afternoon by the national office.
MT. JULIET, Tenn. – Junior Savanna Strode posted a second-round 74 and junior Morgan Stuckey added a 75, with both players finishing in the Top 5 and helping Cumberland to a second-place team finish on Tuesday at the Phoenix Invitational here at Windtree Golf Club.