CU Men's and Women's bowlers earn Mid-South Conference honors
Wednesday, February 9, 2022
CU Men's and Women's bowlers earn Mid-South Conference honors
Cumberland's members of the MSC Champions of Character Team and Academic All-Conference

BOWLING GREEN, Ky.-- The 2021-22 Mid-South Conference released the Men's and Women's Bowling Champions of Character and Academic All-Conference teams ahead of the Mid-South Conference Championships beginning on Thursday.

The MSC recognizes a Champions of Character Team for each championship sport. The student-athletes that are honored on the Champions of Character Team were nominated by their coaches based on their leadership on campus and in the community while demonstrating the five core character values of the NAIA.

Cumberland freshman and Lebanon, Tenn. native Caleb Gregory earned a spot on the Men's Mid-South Conference Champions of Character team. For the Women, Phoenix freshman and Huntingdon, Tenn. native Emily Foster earned a spot on the Mid-South Conference Champions of Character team.

The Conference also released the Academic All-Conference teams for both the Men and the Women on Wednesday. In order to be nominated by an institution, a student-athlete must maintain a minimum grade point average of 3.25 on a 4.0 scale and must be in their third term or fourth quarter.

The Phoenix had three bowlers named to the Academic All-Conference Team beginning with sophomore Amy Fisher, sophomore Alexis Underwood, and freshman Kelci Young.

CU also had two Men crack the Mid-South Academic All-Conference team. in junior Matthew Charlton and senior Nathan Parrott.

You can catch these bowlers and the rest of the Men's and Women's bowling teams at the Mid-South Conference championships beginning tomorrow through Feb. 1.