0, 1st2ndFinal
Cumberland (Tenn.)224
CU6:55Marie Bathe
CU30:27Carla Hager
CU64:03Carla Hager (Bathe,Marie )
CU67:20Marie Bathe
UMD84:15Claire Slamka
CUCamille Atkins00:0010
CUSabrina Graziano24:0502
CUMichaela Hawthorn65:5505
UMDJordan Anheuser90:0049
Stats at a GlanceCUUMD
Shots (on Goal)20 (13) 15 (8)
Corner Kicks54
Fast Scoring leads to Phoenix win, 4-1
Sunday, September 15, 2019
Fast Scoring leads to Phoenix win, 4-1
Carla Hager recorded two goals in the victory against the University of Michigan-Dearborn (Credit: Bob Tamboli)

RIVERVIEW, Mich.- Freshman Marie Bathe and Carla Hager each posted two goals helping the Phoenix defeat University of Michigan-Dearborn to end their road trip. 

Cumberland (5-2-1) came out of the locker room ready to play, scoring in the 6th minute of the match by Marie Bathe. Carla Hager recorded a goal in the 30th minute of the match giving the Phoenix a 2-0 lead at half.

The Phoenix picked up where they left off at half with another goal by Hager this time off an assist from Bathe in the 64th minute. Three minutes later Bathe recorded her second goal of the match unassisted.

The University of Michigan-Dearborn (1-2) were able to push a goal across in the 84th minute by Claire Slamka. 

Michaela Hawthorn started the match in goal making five saves in 65 minutes of action. Sabrina Graziano came in relief for Hawthorn making two saves of her own. Wolverines keeper Jordan Anheuser collected nine saves on the match.

The Phoenix outshot the Wolverines 20-15 on the match and put 13 shots on goal. Cumberland also had more corners in the match 5-4 while also picking up more fouls then Michigan-Dearborn 12-7.

Cumberland is back at home next Saturday to begin a five game home stand against Mt. Vernon Nazarene at 1 p.m.