LEBANON, Tenn.--Shelby Beam was named the next women's basketball assistant coach, announced by head coach Scott Blum, effective immediately.
LEBANON, Tenn.--Cumberland University Director of Athletics Ron Pavan announces Wednesday the cancellation of all in-person, athletic camps this summer due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
LEBANON, Tenn.--Lebanon local and former women’s basketball player Julia Fox has transitioned from the hardwood to the medical field in Nashville. She is this week's Healthcare Hero and shares her coronavirus story.
LEBANON, Tenn.- Senior guard Kerrice Watson garners Women's Basketball Mid-South Conference Second Team honors as announced by the league office at the conference banquet in Bowling Green.
LEBANON, Tenn.- Cumberland women’s basketball loses at Life University in the First Round of the Mid-South Conference Tournament to end the Phoenix 2019-20 campaign. The Running Eagles used a 20-0 run to start the fourth quarter to put the game away.
LEBANON, Tenn.- Cumberland women's basketball will travel to Marietta, Georgia tomorrow to take on Life University at 5:00 p.m. central time in the First Round of the Mid-South Conference Tournament.
LEBANON, Tenn.- Phoenix came alive in the fourth quarter to overcome a 52-41 lead and send it to overtime. The Saints edged the Phoenix in overtime winning, 78-67.
LEBANON, Tenn.-- Mackenzie Trouten matched her career high in points with 24, as the Phoenix pulled out an overtime nail biter, 88-80, against conference foe Georgetown College tonight in Dallas Floyd Phoenix Arena.
MARIETTA, Ga.- Phoenix suffered a 26 point loss in their final regular season away game, solidifying the nine-seed in the conference tournament. CU will have to go on the road for the play-in game to go to the Mid-South Conference Tournament in Bowling Green.
LEBANON, Tenn.- Phoenix women’s hoops had No. 9 Shawnee State on the ropes until the Bears took over in the fourth quarter, 74-54.
LEBANON, Tenn.--Despite jumping out to as much as an 11 point advantage in the second half, Cumberland was unable to hold on as it fell to conference foe University of Pikeville, 64-51, tonight in Dallas Floyd Phoenix Arena.
WILLAMSBURG, Ky.- Phoenix started off the game slow and could not find their rhythm offensively as the Patriots win, 69-42.
LEBANON, Tenn.-- Kerrice Watson shot perfectly from the floor and tied for the game high in points, 16, but Cumberland failed to withstand the offensive onslaught and press defense of second-ranked Campbellsville today in Dallas Floyd Phoenix Arena, losing 81-49.
COLUMBIA, Ky.- The 14-ranked Lindsey Wilson was too much for the Phoenix as Cumberland was held to 40 points, the first time Cumberland has been held to 40 or less points since February 18, 2018 against No. 2 Shawnee State.
LEBANON, Tenn.--The Phoenix and Running Eagles fought back and forth in a tightly contested, high scoring affair, but Kerrice Watson's career-high matching 24 points and Britany Miller's double-double as well as clutch play down the stretch was just enough to grab a conference victory, 94-90, today in Dallas Floyd Phoenix Arena.
HUNTSVILLE, Ala.- Cumberland University routed Oakwood, 89-51, in non-conference action for the Phoenix.
GEORGETOWN, Ky.- Cumberland and Georgetown went neck and neck in the fourth quarter trading baskets the entire way down the stretch until the Tigers found Michaela Kennedy on the right wing for a three ball with two seconds left to win, 78-75.
LEBANON, Tenn.- Katherine Griffith had a career-high 21 points, but Thomas More’s Courtney Hurst went for 24 points and the Saints hit their free throws late to defeat the Phoenix, 73-62.
LEBANON, Tenn.-- The Phoenix recorded a season high 17 steals, a shocking seven of which came in the first quarter, but cold shooting down the stretch cost them a 72-61 loss at home against conference foe University of the Cumberlands Thursday night.
LEBANON, Tenn.--Katherine Griffith found success in the paint with 18 points while Kerrice Watson put together 16 on an excellent effort from behind the arc, but the Phoenix fell short in the fourth quarter to 14th-ranked Lindsey Wilson, 76-67, tonight in Dallas Floyd Phoenix Arena.
CAMPBELLSVILLE, Ky.- No. 1 Campbellsville proved to be too much for Cumberland in the 86-58 loss for CU at the Powell Athletic Center.
MURRAY, Ky.- Murray State defeats Cumberland 93-60 at CSFB Center in an exhibition game.
LEBANON, Tenn.- Cumberland Athletics sits in third place for the Mid-South Conference President's Cup after the completion of the fall sports. Cumberland is trailing Lindsey Wilson and University of the Cumberlands.
MIAMI GARDENS, Fla.- Cumberland women’s hoops staved off a late rally by Florida Memorial holding the Lions to two points in the final five minutes to seal the victory at FMU, 55-47.
North Miami, Fla--Ashlyn Pittman led Cumberland with a season high 18 points, but the Phoenix lost in heartbreaking fashion in the final seconds of play, 71-67, on the road at Johnson and Wales University.
PIKEVILLE, Ky.- Pikeville dialed up the pressure and forced Cumberland to have 23 turnovers as they cruise to victory on Saturday afternoon at the Appalachian Wireless Arena, 84- 52.
PORTSMOUTH, Ohio- No. 7 Shawnee State pulls away from Cumberland in the fourth quarter for a 77-69 victory in Portsmouth, Ohio.
LEBANON, Tenn.--Despite three players scoring in the double digits, the Phoenix came out slow offensively and were never able to catch back up, losing to Martin Methodist in Dallas Floyd Phoenix Arena tonight, 75-59.
LEBANON, Tenn. – Cumberland’s Britany Miller earned Mid-South Conference Women’s Basketball Player of the Week on Monday, registering three consecutive double-doubles this past week, as announced by the league office.
Lebanon, Tenn. - Second half scoring allows the Phoenix to defeat the Bearcats, and finish out 2-0, this weekend at the Rosa Stokes Classic in the Dallas Floyd Phoenix Arena.
LEBANON, Tenn.--Kerrice Watson exploded for 23 points as the Phoenix dismantled Vorhees to start the Rosa Stokes Memorial Classic tonight, 72-52, in Dallas Floyd Phoenix Arena.
LEBANON, Tenn- Cumberland women's hoops avenged an early season loss to Fisk Tuesday night at the Dallas Floyd Phoenix Arena, 57-50.
LEBANON, Tenn.-- Despite Kerrice Watson posting a season high 21 points, Phoenix women’s basketball loses a last second heartbreaker, 83-80, to Asbury tonight in Dallas Floyd Phoenix Arena.
LEBANON, Tenn.- Cumberland women's hoops gets their first win of the season in their home opener against Oakwood in a big 92-51 victory.
COOKEVILLE, Tenn.- Tennessee Tech jumped out to a 24-8 lead at the end of the first quarter and never looked back in an 88-51 victory over the Phoenix in Cookeville, Tenn.
NASHVILLE, Tenn.--The Phoenix struggled with turnovers, falling behind early to Fisk University, losing 64-56.
PULASKI, Tenn.- The Phoenix had a chance with 6 seconds remaining to tie the game, after Martin Methodist's Faith Sherrow hit one of two free throws. Cumberland took a timeout and drew up a play for freshman Lauren King to take a three, but she missed and a defensive rebound by Freeman followed by two free throws sealed the win for Martin Methodist, 71-66.
LEBANON, Tenn.- Cumberland head women's basketball coach Scott Blum announced the hiring of Jalyn Brooks this week. Brooks is a former Division I player spending time at Morehead State and Eastern Kentucky University.
LEBANON, Tenn.- Cumberland University women's basketball was selected ninth in the Mid-South Conference Preseason Coaches' Poll.
LEBANON, Tenn.- Cumberland women's basketball coach Scott Blum announced the team's 2019-20 schedule today, the Phoenix hosting 14 games and matching up against eight teams that were in last season's final poll.