8:30 AM Sep 9, 2014
after their performances in a victory over fourth-ranked University of the Cumberlands.
7:00 PM Sep 6, 2014
Pick-six, improvised TD pass lift CU to first win over Patriots since 2002
10:30 AM Sep 5, 2014
Chick-Fil-A hosting pep rally Student Life, Alumni activities moving inside Nokes-Lasater
11:00 PM Aug 13, 2014
Preparing for preseason practice
8:30 AM Aug 12, 2014
Broc Loveless
Cumberland won its final three games of last season to post the program’s fourth straight winning record
8:30 AM Aug 2, 2014
second-year head coach Donnie Suber return 13 starters and 34 letterwinners from last season’s 7-4 squad
10:30 AM Apr 15, 2014
CU returns 14 starters, including eight on defense, as well as 35 total letterwinners from last season’s club.
11:15 AM Apr 5, 2014
Beau Baker
Senior Beau Baker was Cumberland University’s nominee for the C.R. Bickerstaff/Coach Bill Pace University Scholar-Athlete Award
11:30 AM Mar 29, 2014
Second-year Cumberland head coach Donnie Suber
spring game April 26 at 11 a.m. at Nokes-Lasater Field.
10:30 AM Feb 19, 2014
Including LHS’ Thomas, Watertown’s Self
9:30 AM Feb 14, 2014
coach Donnie Suber
which includes five home games at Nokes-Lasater Field beginning with the season opener against the University of the Cumberlands on Sept. 6.
9:30 AM Dec 13, 2013
Beau Baker
The place-kicker chosen for this award will be announced Dec. 18 and will be honored on Feb. 17 at the National Football Foundation Chicago Chapter Awards Ceremony at Halas Hall in suburban Chicago
12:15 AM Nov 23, 2013
A total of 124 student-athletes from Mid-South Conference institutions were honored this week
9:36 PM Nov 20, 2013
Nathan Jernigan
Michael Nwokoji, AJ Harmon, Beau Baker and Nick Lennox were named first team All-Mid-South West.
8:38 PM Nov 16, 2013
(Steve Wampler • Cumberland University) Broc Loveless rushed for a team-high 152 yards and a score as Cumberland defeated Alderson Broaddus, 41-17, in the final game of the season.
PHILIPPI, W.Va. – Cumberland quarterback Broc Loveless rushed for 152 yards and a touchdown, and Fredrel Cross added 110 on the ground with a pair of scores as the No. 23-ranked Bulldogs defeated Alderson Broaddus, 41-17 in the final game of the regular season Saturday at Alderson Broaddus Stadium.