October 08, 20191st2ndFinal
Pikeville000
Cumberland3710
Scoring
CU-W5:28Marie Bathe (Johanna Rappe )
CU-W38:16Carla Hager (Marie Bathe )
CU-W39:49Jennifer Segura (Carla Hager , Marie Bathe)
CU-W55:02Jennifer Segura (Sarah Haddock )
CU-W55:33Carla Hager
CU-W59:34Sarah Haddock
CU-W61:52Carla Hager (Marie Bathe , Gidney, Mollie)
CU-W62:17Jennifer Segura (Brenda Cernas )
CU-W66:25Remi Clark (Brenda Cernas )
CU-W78:31Katie Jordan (Morrow, Shelby )
GoalkeepersMinGASv
UPIKELukens, Elizabeth90:001019
CU-WAtkins, Camille90:0000
Stats at a GlanceUPIKECU-W
Shots (on Goal)0 (0) 47 (29)
Saves190
Offsides010
Corner Kicks012
Fouls45
Yellow Cards11
Phoenix soar past Bears in 10-0 victory
Tuesday, October 8, 2019
Phoenix soar past Bears in 10-0 victory
Jennifer Segura scored three goals for the Phoenix in the 10-0 victory over the Bears. (Credit: Bob Tamboli)

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

Cumberland’s Marie Bathe had one goal and recording three assists, Carla Hager was able to connect on three goals and one assist. Jennifer Segura was able to score three goals for the Phoenix. Sarah Haddock for Cumberland converted on one goal penalty kick while adding one assist. Brenda Cernas recorded two assists and Mollie Gidney was able to get one assist. Remi Clarke and Katie Jordan each picked up one goal for the Phoenix in the 10-0 victory over the Bears.

Cumberland (10-2-1, 3-0-0) dominated control of the ball against Pikeville (5-5-0, 0-2-0) throughout the whole game. The Phoenix attacked the Bears defense by recording 47 shots with 29 shots on goal to the Bears zero.

The first half started off fast for the Phoenix as Bathe was able to score a goal off an assist by Rappe in the 5th minute of the game to put the Phoenix ahead over the Bears 1-0. The Phoenix continued to attack the Bears defense as 24 shots were attempted with 13 on goal. In the 38th minute Cumberland’s Hager was able to increase the lead by scoring a goal off an assist by Bathe to put the Phoenix ahead 2-0.

Just one minute later, Jennifer Segura was able to connect for another goal off a double assist from Bathe and Hager to put the Phoenix ahead of the Bears 3-0 to head into the second half.

The Phoenix dominated the second half as Segura scored her second goal off an assist by Sarah Haddock in the 55th minute to put the Phoenix ahead over the Bears 4-0. A spark lit under the Cumberland’s offense as in the 56th minute, Hager was able to score her second goal of the day increasing the Phoenix lead 5-0.

Cumberland’s offense continued to be dominate as Haddock attacked the Bears defense resulting in a penalty kick, in which Haddock was able to score off the kick making the score 6-0, Phoenix lead. A double assist by Bathe and Mollie Gidney in the 61st minute allowed Hager to score her third goal of the game making the score 7-0.

The Phoenix kept their foot on the gas as Segura was able to score her third goal of the game of an assist by Brenda Cernas in the 62nd minute to increase the lead to 8-0 over the Bears. Cumberland’s Remi Clarke was able to score another goal for the Phoenix off an assist by Cernas in the 66th minute to put the Phoenix ahead 9-0. Katie Jordan was able to score the final goal for the Phoenix in the 78th minute off an assist by Shelby Morrow to seal the victory over the Bears with a score of 10-0.

The Phoenix will be playing away against Shawnee State on Saturday, October 12th at 1:00 P.M