October 13, 20121st2ndFinal
Georgetown College101
Cumberland Univ.538
Scoring
CU-M13:34Mason, Harry (Morris, Tevonne )
GEOR-M16:30Shaver, Taylor
CU-M26:11Wilson, Luke (Williams, Bradley )
CU-M26:58Cortes, Sebastian (Zacharias, Rodrick )
CU-M28:01Mason, Harry (Cortes, Sebastian )
CU-M35:36Zacharias, Rodrick
CU-M47:15Mason, Harry (Cortes, Sebastian )
CU-M50:25Harrison, Mark (Cortes, Sebastian )
CU-M59:55Morris, Tevonne (Cortes, Sebastian )
GoalkeepersMinGASv
GEOR-MDavis, Justin31:2418
GEOR-MIverson, Stefan58:36710
CU-MShattuck, Sully90:0013
Stats at a GlanceGEOR-MCU-M
Shots (on Goal)5 (4) 42 (26)
Saves183
Offsides15
Corner Kicks111
Fouls158
Yellow Cards11
Men's soccer scores early, often in 8-1 win
Saturday, October 13, 2012
Men's soccer scores early, often in 8-1 win
Harry Mason netted his second hat trick in as many matches in CU's 8-1 victory Saturday over Georgetown College. (Credit Steve Wampler)

LEBANON, Tenn. – Harry Mason scored three goals and Sebastian Cortes added a goal and four assists, as Cumberland scored early and often in an 8-1 triumph over Georgetown College in men’s soccer action Saturday at Lindsey Donnell Stadium-Kirk Field.

Mason netted his second hat trick of the week after scoring three times on Monday versus Mid-Continent University. The junior forward has recorded six of his eight goals this season over the last six days.

Cortes moved into the starting lineup this week and recorded six points in Saturday’s victory, scoring the squad’s third goal of the match and assisting on four of the next five.

Mason got the scoring started for the Bulldogs (3-8-1, 1-5-0 Mid-South) in the 14th minute on an assist from Tevonne Morris, but Taylor Shaver’s unassisted goal in the 17th minute tied the match for the Tigers (2-12-0, 2-6-0).

Luke Wilson found the back of the net from Bradley Williams for CU in the 27th minute, the first of three goals in a three-minute stretch for the home team. Cortes scored on an assist from Rodrick Zacharias less than a minute later and Mason added his second on a Cortes helper in the 29th minute.

Zacharias scored unassisted in the 36th minute for a 5-1 Cumberland advantage at the half.

Mason netted his final goal of the match in the 48th minute and Mark Harrison added a goal in the 51st minute, both on assist from Cortes. Morris netted the final score for the Bulldogs in the 60th minute, also from Cortes.

Cumberland outshot Georgetown, 42-5, in the match and CU keeper Sully Shattuck made three saves in net for his third victory of the year. GC goalies Stefan Iverson and Justin Davis combined for 18 saves for the Tigers.

Cumberland entertains St. Catharine College at home this Thursday at 3 p.m. in the club’s next-to-last home match of the season.