February 05, 20221st2nd3rd4thFinal
Cumberland1311121753
Campbellsville1819251779
Stats at a GlanceCUMBERLACAMPBELL
FG Percentage.323 (20-62) .458 (27-59)
3P FG Percentage.158 (3-19) .333 (5-15)
FT Percentage.714 (10-14) 1.000 (20-20)
Offensive Rebounds711
Defensive Rebounds1630
Total Rebounds2341
Turnovers611
Steals42
Bench Points1831
LeadersCUMBERLACAMPBELL
PointsJana Claire Swafford - 12
Courtney Pritchett - 15
ReboundsBreon Oldham - 5
Courtney Pritchett - 10
AssistsAbby Morgan - 2
Courtney Pritchett - 6
StealsBreon Oldham - 2
Faith Lake - 1
Maddy Boyle - 1
BlocksMisia McKinney - 3
Faith Lake - 1
Maddy Boyle - 1
Sarah Sutton - 1
Courtney Pritchett - 1
No. 4 Campbellsville tops Cumberland 79-53
Saturday, February 5, 2022
No. 4 Campbellsville tops Cumberland 79-53
JC Swafford led Cumberland in points with 12 on the road. (Credit: Steve Wampler)

CAMPBELLSVILLE, Ky.--No. 4 Campbellsville took advantage of a short-handed Cumberland team and knocked down 20 free throws en route to a 79-53 win at the Powell Athletic Center. 

Cumberland (10-12, 5-10 MSC) struggled from deep making just three triples on the road and shot 32.4% from the field. The Phoenix controled the ball well finishing with just six turnovers, but early foul trouble and outside shooting helped Campbellsville build a large lead. 

Jana Claire Swafford led Cumberland in points with 12. Keara Sexton scored 11 points and made two triples. Tyra Johnson and Breon Oldham each scored 10. 

Campbellsville (20-3, 12-3 MSC) was efficient from the field knocking down 45.% of their shots and went a perfect 20-for-20 from the free throw line. 

Courtney Prichett led the charge for the Lady Tigers with 15 points. Sarah Sutton scored 14 off the bench. Lauren Lee posted 12 points and four assists and Kaitlynn Wilks scored 11.

Campbellsville jumped out ahead in the first quarter as the Phoenix started slow. The Tigers were able to build up a 12-3 lead over the first seven minutes of action in the first. 

Breon Oldham came off the bench in the first after Sexton picked up her second foul early and sparked some offense. The Phoenix closed the first quarter on a 8-2 run to trail 18-13.

Cumberland started the second quarter off slow as Campbellsville went on an 8-2 run after Oldham hit the first shot of the quarter to push it out to a 12 point lead. 

Kennedy Powell threw up a desparation three as the shot clock was about to expire that dropped to cut it to nine and Johnson followed that with a layup, but the Lady Tigers pushed it back out to 13 at the half, 37-24. Courtney Prichett took over down the stretch of the half for 15 points in the first 20 minutes. 

The Lady Tigers started the second half with an 8-2 run and then continued to put the pressure on Cumberland pushing it out to a 26-point lead heading into the fourth quarter, 62-36.

The Phoenix showed life to start the fourth with a 9-4 run to cut it to a 19-point lead, but the lead was too big to over come as Campbellsville went on to win, 79-53.

Cumberland will return to action on Monday evening inside the Dallas Floyd Phoenix Arena. Tip-off is set for 6:00 p.m.