0, 1st2nd1OT 2OT Final
Cumberland (Tenn.)22004
Georgetown (Ky.)13004
CU 12:24Thomas Groenhilder (Morenzoni,Austin )
GC 27:29Christopher Gschwent (Juhasz,Donat )
CU 32:22Bakary Bagayoko (Groenhilder,Thomas )
GC 65:23Christopher Gschwent
CU 75:49Bakary Bagayoko
CU 80:23Bakary Bagayoko
GC 80:55Sebastian Bocaz Canales
GC 86:57Sebastian Bocaz Canales (McKettrick,Jake )
CUNicklas Rulle110:0045
GCJacob Roberts110:0045
Stats at a GlanceCUGC
Shots (on Goal)18 (9) 17 (9)
Corner Kicks86
Yellow Cards22
Cumberland Men's Soccer and Georgetown play to a 4-4 draw
Tuesday, March 16, 2021
Cumberland Men's Soccer and Georgetown play to a 4-4 draw
Thomas Groenhilder scored the first goal of his career and also recorded an assist against Georgetown (Credit: Steve Wampler)

GEORGETOWN, Ky. -- The Cumberland Men's Soccer team (3-3-1, 3-3-1 MSC) played to a 4-4 draw with the Georgetown Tigers (3-2-3, 2-1-3 MSC) on Tuesday. 

The Phoenix had a good day on the attack taking 18 shots with nine reaching the goal. Defensively, the Phoenix gave up 17 shots to the Tigers with nine on goal.

Cumberland broke the seal in the game early with a goal from Freshman Midfielder Thomas Groenhilder, the first of his career. Austin Morenzoni assisted on the goal by Groenhilder scored in the 12th minute. Georgetown found the net shortly after to tie the match up at 1-1 after a goal from Christopher Gschwent at the 27-minute mark in the first half.

The Phoenix took a 2-1 lead after Bakary Bagayoko scored his sixth goal of the season with 12 minutes to play in the first half. Gschwent scored his second goal of the game at the 65-minute mark to tie it up 2-2. 

In the 75th minute, Bakary Bagayoko scored his second goal of the game and seventh of the season to give the Phoenix a 3-2 lead. Bagayoko was not done there, five minutes later the senior scored his third of the game with a nifty move to give Cumberland a 4-3 lead.

Georgetown scored on a Penalty kick from Sebastian Bocazcanales with nine minutes left to make it a 4-3 match. Bocazcanales scored again with just over three minutes left to play to send the game to overtime where the match ended in a 4-4 draw.

In total, six Phoenix players recorded a shot on goal. Bakary Bagayoko led the way with three shots on goal, while teammate Thomas Groenhilder recorded two. Daniel Picken, Brandon Gonzalez, Carson Tighe, and Robin Windvogel each registered a shot on goal for the Phoenix.

Cumberland was given eight corner kicks compared to the six that Georgetown took. The Tigers led the way in fouls with 14, while the Phoenix had eight. 

Cumberland takes the pitch at home on Sunday, Mar. 21, against RV Campbellsville University at 1:30 p.m.