Lehigh Celebrates Championship Season at Annual Banquet, Ring Chasers

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BETHLEHEM, Pa. – Following the program’s first ever Patriot League Tournament Championship, the Lehigh men’s lacrosse team held its annual awards banquet on Sunday, Sept. 30. The luncheon included an awards ceremony where head coach Kevin Cassese announced the team’s annual award winners. Read More…

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Lehigh Lacrosse to be Honored this Saturday

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BETHLEHEM, Pa. – The 2012 Lehigh men’s lacrosse team will be honored in a special halftime ceremony at Saturday’s football game vs. Fordham. Kickoff is set for 12:30 p.m. in Goodman Stadium. The Mountain Hawks will be recognized following their first-ever Patriot League Tournament Championship and NCAA Tournament berth last season. Read More…

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Lehigh’s Cameron and Roman Lao-Gosney Are Different

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Cameron and Roman Lao-Gosney are not typical teammates. The Lehigh co-captains are fraternal twins who started playing lacrosse in high school at Hebron Academy in Maine. They were the first recruits of fifth-year head coach Kevin Cassese, and have helped transform the program into a contender not only in the Patriot League, but also nationally. Read More…

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Lacrosse Playground Tours Lehigh Men’s Lacrosse Locker Room

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Lehigh is having a heck of a season rising to their highest National ranking in school history. Lehigh also has great facilities! We recently had the honor of taking a tour of the Lehigh Men’s Lacrosse locker room to see where they strap up and strategize before practice and games. Read More…

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Lehigh Men’s Lacrosse 2012 Player Blog, Ring Chasers

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Ring Chasers – the two words that sum up the 2012 Lehigh lacrosse team in a nutshell (for all you Meek Mill fans out there, yes, that’s a reference to “Dream Chasers”). Our mission this year is simple – to win the Patriot League championship. Anything short of that would be an absolute failure in the eyes of the many people involved in this program, especially the guys that strap up every day and go to work on the field. This preseason has been all about taking care of the little things. The hope is that the little things will take care of the big ones come April 29th. Read More…

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