CU places second in MSC President's Cup

From staff reports Cumberland finished second among 11 schools in the Mid-South Conference President’s Cup standings, conference officials announced this week. Points are awarded based on the final regular season standings for each conference-sanctioned sport...
May 9, 2013
CU celebration  Photo: Cumberland University

Cumberland's Mid-South Conference women's basketball championship and subsequent appearance in the NAIA national semifinals are two of the main highlights of the CU sports year.

From staff reports

Cumberland finished second among 11 schools in the Mid-South Conference President’s Cup standings, conference officials announced this week.

Points are awarded based on the final regular season standings for each conference-sanctioned sport. The regular season champion in each sport receives 10 points; second place receives nine points, etc. At the conclusion of the academic year, the top six male and top six female team finishes for each institution generates the institution’s overall totals.

The Bulldogs won regular season championships in both women’s basketball and baseball and finished second in the regular season standings in women’s soccer, men’s bowling and men’s and women’s tennis. CU was also third in women’s golf and tied for third in wrestling.

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