Cumberland in third place for MSC President's Cup

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.


Haddock and Hager earn United Soccer Coaches All-East Region Second Team

LEBANON, Tenn.- Cumberland defender Sarah Haddock and forward Carla Hager earned United Soccer Coaches 2019 NAIA Women's All-East Region Second Team honors.


Bathe garners Honorable Mention All-America

LEBANON, Tenn- Cumberland freshman Marie Bathe continues to collect accolades after her incredible first season. She garnered All-America Honorable Mention as announced today by the NAIA office.


Women's Soccer season ends with 2-0 loss to #3 Northwestern Ohio

LIMA, Ohio--The Phoenix women’s soccer season came to an end today in a 2-0 loss to the third ranked team in the nation, the NAIA Opening Round National Tournament host, Northwestern Ohio.


Jordan, Phoenix shutout Middle Georgia State in NAIA Opening Round

LIMA, Ohio- Katie Jordan provided the lone goal the Phoenix needed and Michaela Hawthorn and the CU defense pitched a shutout for the 1-0 Cumberland victory over Middle Georgia State in the NAIA Opening Round match.


Women's Soccer receives an At-Large Bid into NAIA Championship Opening Round

LEBANON, Tenn. – Cumberland University will travel to the University of Northwestern Ohio to take on Middle Georgia State in the NAIA Championship Opening Round this Friday in Lima, Ohio, as announced Monday by the national office.


Women's Soccer Loses to Lindsey Wilson 4-2 in MSC semifinals

BOWLING GREEN, Ky.- Phoenix fall in the Mid-South Conference semifinals to top seed Lindsey Wilson, 4-2.


Women's Soccer defeats Campbellsville to advance to MSC Semifinals

BOWLING GREEN, Ky.- Danisha Brown scored the equalizing goal in the 19th minute and Carla Hager scored the game-winner in the 68th to send Cumberland to the Mid-South Conference semifinals.


Haddock voted MSC Defensive Player of the Year, Bathe garners Freshman of the Year

LEBANON, Tenn. – Cumberland’s Sarah Haddock was voted Mid-South Conference Defensive Player of the Year, Marie Bathe earned Freshman of the Year honors and Carla Hager garnered First Team All-MSC accolades, as announced by the league office.


Phoenix women set to face Campbellsville in MSC Quarterfinals

LEBANON, TN- Cumberland women are set as the 5-seed in next week's Mid-South Conference Tournament. Cumberland will face the 4-seed, Campbellsville at 1:30 p.m.


Early goal leads Tigers over Phoenix

CAMPBELLSVILLE, Ky. - The Phoenix fell short to the Tigers 1-0 in Cumberland’s final match of the regular season.


Life downs the Phoenix in the final seconds of double overtime

MARIETTA, Ga.- Life forward Alexandra Collighan beat two Cumberland defenders for the goal in double overtime to defeat Cumberland, 3-2.


Phoenix fall short to Patriots on Senior Day

LEBANON, Tenn,- Quick score in overtime, allows the Patriots to surpass the Phoenix.


Phoenix move up to No. 19 in Top 25 Polls

LEBANON, Tenn.- The Phoenix women's soccer team move up one spot to No. 19 in this week's NAIA Women's Soccer Coaches Top 25 Poll, announced by the national office this morning. This is fourth straight week that Cumberland has moved up one spot in the polls.


Phoenix suffers overtime loss to No. 5 Lindsey Wilson

COLUMBIA, Ky.- Cumberland women's soccer (11-3-1, 4-1 MSC) took No. 5 Lindsey Wilson to double overtime, but fell in the second extra period, 3-2, on Tuesday in Columbia.


Bathe garners MSC Offensive Player of the Week

LEBANON, Tenn.- Cumberland forward Marie Bathe earns Mid-South Conference Offensive player of the week, as announced by the league office on Monday.


#20 Women's Soccer blows by Shawnee State, 8-2

PORTSMOUTH, Ohio--Freshman forwards Marie Bathe and Carla Hager both score twice, the Phoenix quickly putting Shawnee State away in a road conference game, 8-2.


Phoenix women move up to No. 20 in NAIA Top 25 Poll

LEBANON, Tenn.- The Phoenix women's soccer team move up one spot to No. 20 in this week's NAIA Women's Soccer Coaches Top 25 Poll, announced by the national office this morning. This is third straight week that Cumberland has moved up one spot in the polls.


Phoenix soar past Bears in 10-0 victory

LEBANON, Tenn.- A plentiful amount of goals by the Phoenix, helps No. 21 Cumberland soar past Pikeville.


Hager, Brown help seal Phoenix victory

LEBANON, Tenn.- A pair of goals from Carla Hager and a single goal from Danisha Brown seal the victory for the Phoenix.


Phoenix women's soccer moves up to 21st in Top 25 Polls

LEBANON, Tenn.,- Cumberland women's soccer moves up one spot to No. 21 in the fourth NAIA Women's Soccer Coaches' Top 25 Poll, announced by the national office this morning.


Haddock notches two goals in MSC opener victory

LEBANON, Tenn.- Cumberland's Sarah Haddock converted a penalty kick late in the first half and then picked up a clear from Thomas More at the top of the box and registered her second goal of the match to propel the Phoenix to a 2-1 victory over Thomas More in their first Mid-South Conference action of the season.


Women's Soccer Moves up to 22nd in NAIA Polls

LEBANON, Tenn. - Cumberland moved up one spot to No. 22 in this week's NAIA Women's Soccer Coaches' Top 25 Poll, announced by the national office.


Phoenix shutout Dalton State, 3-0.

Lebanon, Tenn. – The 23rd ranked Cumberland Phoenix (7-2-1) continue their win streak at home by beating the Dalton State Roadrunners (4-3) 3-0.


Hawthorn garners MSC Defensive Player of the Week

LEBANON, Tenn.- Michaela Hawthorn garners Mid-South Conference Defensve Player of the Week for the third time in six weeks.


Overtime goal leads Phoenix over Cougars

Lebanon, Tenn.- 23rd ranked Cumberland and Mount Vernon played for 94 minutes in Lebanon, Tennessee to compete in overtime play for a 1-0 Phoenix Victory.


Women's Soccer drops to 23rd in NAIA Coaches' Poll

LEBANON, Tenn. - Cumberland dropped five spots to No. 23 in this week's NAIA Women's Soccer Coaches' Top 25 Poll, announced by the national office.


Bathe garners MSC Offensive Player of the Week honors

LEBANON, Tenn.- Cumberland forward Marie Bathe earns Mid-South Conference Offensive player of the week, as announced by the league office on Monday.


Fast Scoring leads to Phoenix win, 4-1

RIVERVIEW, Mich.- Freshman Marie Bathe and Carla Hager each posted two goals helping the Phoenix defeat Universiy of Michigan-Dearborn to end their road trip.


No. 18 Women's Soccer falls to Madonna, 2-0

LIVONIA, Mich.--18th-ranked Cumberland women’s soccer falls to Madonna, 2-0, on the first day of its weekend trip to Michigan.


Women's Soccer ranked 18th in the latest NAIA Top 25 Poll

LEBANON, Tenn.-- Cumberland women's soccer stays at No. 18 after the release of the first NAIA Coaches' Top 25 poll.


Phoenix fast scoring led to a 4-0 victory over the Eagles

Lebanon, Tenn.- The 18th-ranked Cumberland Phoenix (4-1-1) fast scoring in the first half led to a 4-0 victory over the Asbury Eagles (1-3-0) Tuesday evening.


Hawthorn earns second consecutive Mid-South Conference Player of the Week

Lebanon, Tenn.- For the second consecutive week Michaela Hawthorn earned Mid-South Conference Defensive Player of the week honors.


Phoenix Fall to No. 7 Martin Methodist

PULASKI, Tenn.- The 18th-ranked Phoenix held the lead going into the half, but dropped a 3-2 match to the No. 7 Martin Methodist Redhawks. Marie Bathe and Sarah Haddock each scored for the Phoenix, who did not trail until the 69th minute of the match.


Women's Soccer ends in a Scoreless Draw

MCKENZIE, Tenn.-- 18 ranked Cumberland and Bethel played for 110 minutes in McKenzie, Tennessee but neither team was ablet to find the back of the net, playing to a scoreless draw.


Stevens, Hawthorn earn MSC Player of the Week Honors

LEBANON, Tenn. – Cumberland’s Haley Stevens and Michaela Hawthorn earned Mid-South Conference Offensive and Defensive Player of the Week honors, respectively, for their part in a 1-0 victory over Bryan College and a 1-0 victory over RV MidAmerica Nazarene, as announced by the league office.


Women's Soccer shuts out RV MidAmerica Nazerene

LEBANON, Tenn.-- 18th ranked Cumberland shuts out RV MidAmerica Nazarene for their second consecutive 1-0 victory.


Phoenix Blank Bryan in 1-0 Victory

Dayton, Tenn.-- 18th Cumberland shuts out Bryan College for the 1-0 victory Tuesday evening.


Phoenix Wins Opener Against Bulldogs

LEBANON, Tenn.-- A pair of goals in the second half from Kenzi Vetter and Sarah Haddock lead Cumberland (1-0-0) to victory in their season opener against Tennessee Wesleyan (0-1-0).


Women's Soccer Season Preview

LEBANON, Tenn.-- The 2019 Cumberland University women's soccer team looks to build on a string of successful seasons, heading into the season. Coaches and student-athletes exude a spirit and intensity that is providing a constant source of motivation to strive for higher goals.


CU Ranked 18th in NAIA Preseason Coaches Poll

LEBANON, Tenn.-- The NAIA revealed the 2019 preseason women's soccer Coaches Poll this morning, ranking Cumberland 18th. The Phoenix have become a regular part of the poll, grabbing a spot in each of the last six preseason rankings.



MSC Coaches Rank Phoenix Second in Preseason Poll

LEBANON, Tenn. -- Mid-South Conference officials unveiled this morning that conference coaches have selected Cumberland women's soccer to finish second out of nine teams for the 2019 season. The 2018 squad ranked second last year in the Mid-South, finishing the season 16-3-1 (5-1-1 MSC).


Holloway signs Professional Contract with Birmingham City Football Club

LEBANON, Tenn.- Former Cumberland women's soccer standout Rebecca Holloway signs a professional contract with Birmingham City Football Club out of Birmingham, England. Holloway becomes the second professional player the Phoenix have had in program history. The first professional player from the program was Olivia Chu, a teammate of Holloway's in the 2015 and 2016 seasons.


NAIA Honors Eight Cumberland Teams for Academic Excellence

LEBANON, Tenn. – The NAIA announced that eight Cumberland athletic teams have earned NAIA Scholar Teams for the 2018-19 academic year. Teams must have a 3.00 cumulative grade-point-average or higher for all eligible varsity student-athletes during the past academic year to be eligible for the award.