Cumberland Athletics in Fourth in MSC President's Cup Standings

LEBANON, Tenn. – Cumberland Athletics sits in fourth place in the Mid-South Conference President’s Cup standings after the completion of the winter season, conference officials announced on Friday.

Jordan Stephens earns NAIA All-American Honorable Mention

LEBANON, Tenn.--Cumberland men's basketball standout Jordan Stephens earns NAIA All-American Honorable Mention honors, announced by the national office on Thursday.

No. 8 Georgetown ends Cumberland's MSC Championship Run in the Quarterfinals

BOWLING GREEN, Ky.--No. 8 Georgetown went on a big 15-0 run early in the game and the Phoenix struggled to get their offense in rhythm. The Tigers ballooned the lead out to as much as 33 points in the second half winning, 83-52, in the Mid-South Conference Quarterfinals.

Two Phoenix Earn All Mid-South Conference Honors

LEBANON, Tenn.—Jordan Stephens was named First Team All-Mid-South Conference and Isaac Stephens earns Honorable Mention honors after the conclusion of the 2022-23 regular season.

Byrd's Buzzer Beater Three Sends CU Over Bethel

McKenzie, Tenn.-- Cumberland earns an electric victory, taking down the Bethel Wildcats to head to the MSC quarterfinals. Tyler Byrd drained a three at the buzzer to secure the team’s exciting win.

Men's Basketball heads to Bethel as 9-seed in MSC Championships

BOWLING GREEN, Ky. - Mid-South Conference officials released the 2023 MSC Men's Basketball Tournament bracket Saturday following the conclusion of the conference's regular season.

Phoenix fall to No. 22 Freed-Hardeman in Second Half

ebanon, Tenn-- Men’s basketball drops to No. 22 Freed-Hardeman to close out the regular season.

Bethel spurts down Phoenix in last regular-season road game

MCKENZIE, Tenn.—Cumberland men’s basketball struggled to find their rhythm in this game offensively, never getting a lead falling on the road to Bethel, 81-68.

No. 10 Georgetown hands CU heartbreaking second-half loss

Georgetown, Ky.-- Phoenix drop heartbreaking road match to #10 Georgetown. Despite trailing for the entire match, the Tigers turned on the pressure in the final five minutes to turn the game around in their favor.