LEBANON, Tenn. – Cumberland tennis coach and Game Operations Manager Bill McCormick has resigned from his position, effective immediately, Director of Athletics Ron Pavan announced Wednesday. Andres Burgos and Angelica Sepulveda will share coaching duties until a replacement can be found.
LEBANON, Tenn. – Cumberland University and the Lebanon-Wilson County Chamber of Commerce Sports Council are teaming up for an 2nd Annual All Sports Camp for Wilson County residents ages 7-12 on Sunday, September 11 from 3-5 p.m. on the CU campus. Registration starts at 2 p.m. that day.
LEBANON, Tenn. – The NAIA honored nine Cumberland athletic squads Friday as NAIA Scholar Teams for the 2015-16 academic year. Teams must obtain a 3.00 cumulative grade-point-average or higher for all eligible varsity student-athletes during the past academic year to garner the award.
LEBANON, Tenn. – One hundred and twenty-seven Cumberland student-athletes, department personnel and athletic training majors were named to the Dean’s List for the Spring 2016 semester, as released this week by the University.
LEBANON, Tenn. – Cumberland University’s Angelica Sepulveda and Tarsha de Souza were named ITA All-Americans, as announced Thursday by the national governing body of collegiate tennis. Twenty singles and 18 doubles players were honored by the ITA.
LEBANON, Tenn. – Cumberland University’s Angelica Sepulveda and Tarsha de Souza finished the 2016-17 campaign ranked in the Top 10 nationally in the final Oracle/ITA NAIA Women’s Tennis National Rankings, released last week.
LEBANON, Tenn. – Cumberland ended the season ranked 20th in the final NAIA Women’s Tennis Coaches’ Top 25 Poll, the national office announced this week. The Phoenix made their fifth all-time appearance in the national tournament this season, losing in the round of 24.
LEBANON, Tenn. – Cumberland senior Angelica Sepulveda garnered her third career All-America honor this week, garnering First Team honors from the NAIA, as announced by the national office. Honorees were selected by the NAIA All-America committee, with 16 student-athletes being named to both the first and second teams.
LEBANON, Tenn. – After waiting more than 24 hours to play, 18th-ranked Cumberland dropped the two doubles matches and the top three singles outings, falling 5-4 to 16th-ranked Olivet Nazarene in the NAIA Women’s Tennis Championships on Wednesday in Mobile, Ala.