0, 1st2nd3rd4thFinal
Cumberland1715202678
Fisk152213555
Stats at a GlanceCUFU
FG Percentage.418 (28-67) .365 (19-52)
3P FG Percentage.318 (7-22) .429 (9-21)
FT Percentage.737 (14-19) .533 (8-15)
Offensive Rebounds155
Defensive Rebounds3230
Total Rebounds4735
Turnovers1312
Steals98
Bench Points2416
LeadersCUFU
PointsTyra Johnsion - 15
Jaedyn Dunn - 16
ReboundsTierra Davis - 10
Zayla Jones - 7
AssistsKeara Sexton - 8
Jaedyn Dunn - 2
Leasiah Payne - 2
Laila Eliotti - 2
Mya Robinson - 2
StealsTEAM - 3
Zayla Jones - 3
BlocksTyra Johnsion - 1
De'Lesia Scott - 2
Cumberland earns dominant 78-55 victory on the road over Fisk
Sunday, October 31, 2021
Cumberland earns dominant 78-55 victory on the road over Fisk
Tyra Johnson (Left), Jana Claire Swafford (Middle), and Tierra Davis (Right) led the team offensively in the 78-55 win over Fisk

NASHVILLE, Tenn.-- Cumberland Women's Basketball (1-1, 0-0 MSC) topped Fisk University 78-55 on the road in their second game at the Fisk Jubilee Classic.

The Phoenix had a solid performance shooting from the field as they went 28-of-67 (41.8%) from the field, along with shooting just north of 30 percent from three on the game.

Where the Phoenix truly had an advantage was rebounding as the team outrebounded Fisk 47-35. CU also recorded 15 rebounds on the offensive glass.

The Cumberland women also had a solid performance as a team from the free-throw line posting a .737 free throw percentage on 19 attempts.

Cumberland took an early 17-15 lead at the end of the first quarter, but a rough second quarter saw them trailing Fisk 37-32 at the half.
The Phoenix rebounded as a team at the half and dominated the rest of the game. Cumberland outscored the Bulldogs 46-18 in the second half and cruised to a 78-55 win.

Tierra Davis had an excellent game for the Phoenix as she posted the first double-double of the season. The sophomore finished second on the team in scoring, with 14 points while shooting 66 percent from the field and gobbling up ten rebounds.

Leading the Phoenix in scoring for the second game in a row was Tyra Johnson, who posted 15 points while also tallying three assists. Johnson also had eight rebounds across her team-leading 36 minutes played.

Two other Phoenix players eclipsed the double-figure mark in the game. Lindsey Freeman scored 11 points and grabbed five rebounds, while Jana Claire Swafford also scored 11 points and recorded four rebounds.

Cumberland hits the road for the next game as they take on Oakland City University on Saturday, Nov. 6 at 2 p.m.