Cumberland Wrestling Ranked 10th in NAIA Coaches' Poll

LEBANON, Tenn. – Cumberland is ranked 10th in the NAIA Wrestling Preseason Coaches’ Top 20 Poll and six individuals are ranked in their respective weight classes, including Carter Cox, Keshawn Laws, Anthony Maia, John Olivieri, River Henry and, Patrick DePiazza as announced today by the national office.

Wrestling Picked Third in MSC South Division

LEBANON, Tenn.--Cumberland wrestling was picked third in the South Division of the Mid-South Conference Preseason Coaches' Poll released today by conference officials.

Healthcare Hero Spotlight: Scott Stewart

Former Cumberland wrestler and 2015 nursing grad, Scott Stewart, has ventured from his nursing job in Florida to New York City to take on the most highly populated COVID-19 area in the United States.

Walton finishes third and Depiazza seventh in NAIA National Championship

LEBANON, Tenn. – Cumberland sophomore Nathan Walton placed third and junior heavyweight Patrick Depiazza finishes seventh for the Phoenix on the final day of the 63rd Annual NAIA Wrestling Championships in Wichita, Kansas.

NAIA Nationals Day One

WICHITA, Kansas-- Nathan Walton and Patrick Depiazza both had great days to start the 2020 NAIA National Championship, making it to the second day of competition to ensure a placing.

Walton wins 174, Depiazza and Remilliard place fifth at MSC Tournament

LEBANON, Tenn. – Cumberland sophomore Nathan Walton wins the 174 weight class and Patrick Depiazza and Esteban Remillard placed fifth in their respective weight class at the 2020 Mid-South Conference Tournament on Saturday in Bowling Green.

Walton, Antcliffe continue on in championship rounds

LEBANON, Tenn. – Sophomre Nathan Walton and freshman Austin Antcliffe are both still competing in the championship round after day one. While Keshawn Laws, Jacob Andrews, Esteban Remilliard, Terrance Clayton, Thierry Jean-Baptiste, Brett Clark, Champ Leddon and Patrick Depiazza have all picked up one loss, but are still competing for the chance to win third place.

Cumberland still receiving votes in most recent Wrestling poll

LEBANON, Tenn.-- The NAIA offices released the second to last Coaches Top-20 poll of the 2019-20 season today, Cumberland maintaining its spot as receiving votes just four votes removed from 20th.

#3 Running Eagles outpace Phoenix, 24-19

LEBANON, Tenn.-- The Phoenix kept it close against highly ranked, conference foe No. 3 Life University tonight in wrestling action at home in Dallas Floyd Phoenix Arena, losing 24-19.