Veteran Lehigh Women’s Lacrosse Squad Begins Preseason Practice

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BETHLEHEM, Pa. – The Lehigh women’s lacrosse team opened practice last weekend as the Mountain Hawks begin preparations for the 2015 season. The Mountain Hawks are coming off a resurgent 2014 season which saw them advance to the Patriot League Tournament for the first time since 2011. “We’re excited to get going,” said senior Michelle […]

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Kelly Scott: Using her potential

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Ability is only important if it’s utilized. Whether it’s on the lacrosse field, in the weight room or in the classroom, ability doesn’t always translate to success. More is needed. Read More…

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Kurt Kaunas: Small stature, big results

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Throughout his life, people haven’t expected much out of Kurtis Kaunas, but he’s always expected a lot from himself. Now a senior All-Patriot League midfielder for the Lehigh men’s lacrosse team, Kaunas doesn’t “look the part,” but through hard work, has continued to prove people wrong. Read More…

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Ward and Leung to Visit Hong Kong Lacrosse as Guest Coaches

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Most Valuable Player of the 2014 World Lacrosse Championships Dillon Ward along with Karsen Leung will be visiting Hong Kong to serve as guest coaches for the Hong Kong Lacrosse High Performance Programme. The two will be in Hong Kong from October 29 through November 6 then join the High Performance Programme as coaches in Singapore from November 7-9. The HPP team will participate in the Singapore Spectacular, a four-team tournament. Read More…

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Tripp Telesco: Growing through Lehigh

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Competing in athletics at Lehigh allows individuals to grow in all aspects of life. Lehigh men’s lacrosse junior Tripp Telesco is a perfect example. Only halfway through his collegiate career, the Ridgewood, New Jersey native has already developed into an All-American on the field. Off the field, he spent seven weeks overseas this past summer for an academic and professional opportunity which led to significant personal growth. Read More…

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Lehigh’s Taylor Tvedt: Making a Difference



This past summer, Tvedt worked in a grassroots campaign focused on ending LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender) bullying in schools. She served as one of several advocates for the Southern Poverty Law Center, a leading civil rights organization that seeks justice for victims of discrimination. Read More…

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Team chemistry: from Lehigh to Paris

Team chemistry: from Lehigh to Paris


There is an application process Lehigh in Paris, a history and architecture program. Ironically, May was planning on applying herself, then found out that Isdaner, Paytas and Sukonik were also applying. Run from July 1-31, the program is designed to take maximum advantage of its location within the heart of France. Read More…

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Taylor and Corbett enjoy success in Canadian indoor summer leagues



Both enjoyed success in Canadian indoor (box) lacrosse leagues this summer as they hone their games for their senior seasons at Lehigh. Taylor led the Alberta Jr A League with 80 points in 16 games, leading his Mountaineers to the Alberta Jr A Championship in their ongoing quest for the Minto Cup. Meanwhile, Corbett finished up his first season in Major Series Lacrosse against some of the top competition in Canada. Read More…

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Final takeaways from the World Lacrosse Championships

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The 2014 World Lacrosse Championships wrapped up on Saturday night with Canada defeating the United States. It wasn’t a historic or monumental upset, but is certainly an upset. Perhaps it’s fitting that in an era of growth and parity in the sport that the tournament ended the way it did. Here are some of my takeaways from Saturday’s title game along with the tournament as a whole. Read More…

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Many reasons to watch the World Lacrosse Championships



The World Lacrosse Championships begin tonight as the United States faces Canada at 9 p.m. ET on ESPN2. Fans will not only get to watch the best players compete, but they’ll also witness how the sport of lacrosse is growing. These championships will feature a record 38 nations including Belgium, China, Colombia, Costa Rica, Israel, Russia, Thailand, Turkey and Uganda who will compete for the first time. The differences and deviations of the sport from different cultures will be on full display in Denver, over the next week and a half. Read More…

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