Cameron and Roman Lao-Gosney Set for MLL Championship Weekend

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BETHLEHEM, Pa. – Lehigh men’s lacrosse alumni Cameron and Roman Lao-Gosney will bring their Hamilton Nationals to Major League Lacrosse’s Championship Weekend at PPL Park in Chester, Pa. Hamilton will face defending champion Chesapeake in Saturday’s second semifinal. Read More…

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Cassese, Lehigh Announce Men’s Lax Incoming Class

BETHLEHEM, Pa. – Lehigh Smith Family Head Lacrosse Coach Kevin Cassese announced the team’s incoming class of 2017 on Wednesday, which includes 11 standouts across several states and positions. The group enters Lehigh this fall looking to help replace a stellar senior class that featured 14 total members and several All-Americans, All-Patriot League Players and Major League Lacrosse draftees. These incomers hope to mesh with the returnees and win their third straight Patriot League Championship next spring. Read More…

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Corbett and Taylor wrap up successful summer in Canadian summer leagues

BETHLEHEM, Pa. – Lehigh rising juniors Patrick Corbett and Dan Taylor recently wrapped up highly successful summers playing indoor (box) lacrosse in their native Canada. Corbett finished the summer with 62 points for the Burlington Chiefs of the Ontario Junior A Lacrosse League. Meanwhile, Taylor led the Alberta Jr. League in scoring for both the regular season and playoffs as his Mountaineers advanced all the way to Game 7 of the Championship Round. Read More…

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Lehigh propels Dykstra to World Cup success

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The Lehigh women’s lacrosse team has enjoyed an impressive run near the top of the Patriot League. The Mountain Hawks are growing as a program, thanks in large part to Lauren Dykstra ’11 and the impact she made just a few years ago. Read More…

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Coast Guard Academy Names Head Coach in Waiting

Coast Guard Academy Names Head Coach in Waiting

NEW LONDON, Conn.— Ray LaForte, an assistant football and track coach at the Coast Guard Academy for the past 14 years, has been named the Associate Head Coach and head-coach-in-waiting of the men’s lacrosse team that will become a varsity sport in the Spring of 2015. Read More…

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Jewish Sports Review Names Sukonik First Team All-American

BETHLEHEM, Pa. – After another strong season this past spring, Lehigh rising junior Carli Sukonik has been named a Collegiate Lacrosse First Team All-American by the Jewish Sports Review. This marks the second consecutive year she has earned the honor. Sukonik is one of three Patriot Leaguers recognized, joining student-athletes from schools like Stanford, UConn and Princeton on the first team. Read More…

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Hey Coach, You Forgot Crotch Rot

Hey Coach, You Forgot Crouch Rot

Crotch rot is that feeling you get down there that is probably similar to fire ants marching on your eyes. It doesn’t matter how slow you walk, you’re still going to fall victim to it. Read More…

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Lehigh Lacrosse Photos of the Year

Lehigh Lacrosse Photos of the Year

The Lehigh Men’s Lacrosse team had another terrific year by winning the Patriot League for a second straight time and making it to the NCAA Tournament. The team has continued its success since the season ended by sending four players to the North-South game and having a presence in the MLL. Read More…

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Fairfield Lacrosse’ Mundane Reaction to Big 10 Announcement

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The announcement of a lacrosse league by the Big 10 Conference, beginning play in 2015, will have an impact on Fairfield University men’s lacrosse. Read More…

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Mountain Hawks lead South to 16-10 win in North-South Game

Mountain Hawks lead South to 16-10 win in North-South Game

RADNOR, Pa. – Lehigh men’s lacrosse graduating seniors David DiMaria, Dante Fantoni, Ryan Snyder and Mike Noone all played key roles in leading the South to a 16-10 win in last Friday’s 72nd annual USILA/LaxWorld Division I-II Senior North-South Game. The four representatives marked the most from any school in the nation. Read More…

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