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Lehigh places 16 on Patriot League Academic Honor Roll


Complete Patriot League Release BETHLEHEM, Pa. – The Lehigh men’s lacrosse team continued its strong success in the classroom, placing 16 student-athletes on the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll, as announced on Thursday. Sophomore Civil Engineering major Cody Triolo led the way with a perfect 4.0 GPA in the spring. In total, five posted a […]

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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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Cassese unveils 2015 Lehigh men’s lacrosse schedule

Lehigh will open its season by hosting Marquette on Feb. 7. The Mountain Hawks defeated the Golden Eagles in their home opener last season, 13-6, but Marquette bounced back to finish 4-2 in the Big East and advance to the conference semifinals. The following Saturday, Lehigh will travel to Furman for a second straight season before returning home for its Patriot League opener against Boston University on the 21st. Read More…

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Taylor made for success on both sides of the border

“I was in a program called the National Sport Academy during middle school which offered lacrosse as a class,” said Dan. “Coach Wray happened to be one of the coaches. At the time, he was playing for the Calgary Roughnecks, the professional indoor team in Calgary. We kept in touch and it was really nice to reconnect.” 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 in Focus

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Lehigh men’s lacrosse sophomore Chester Toye has a love of art and photography. Through this passion, he has visions of making a difference in the Lehigh community like few others ever had. Toye is in the midst of a project called Lehigh in Focus. He’s combining his passions of art and photography to capture images of students then present them in creative ways. Toye’s ultimate goal is to unify the student body. Read More…

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Cassese announces new-look Lehigh men’s lacrosse coaching staff

BETHLEHEM, Pa. – Lehigh head men’s lacrosse coach Kevin Cassese has announced the restructuring of the Mountain Hawks’ coaching staff. Errol Wilson has been promoted to associate head coach and Will Scudder has been promoted to full-time assistant coach. In addition, Cassese has added Chad Surman to the staff as an assistant coach while Tom Cassese will remain on staff as the Director of Quality Control. These changes come after Brendan Callahan was named head coach at Dartmouth late last month after spending seven years with the Lehigh program. Read More…

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Cermack named Lehigh women’s lacrosse assistant coach

Cermack enjoyed a standout career for the Blue Jays, posting 149 career points behind 98 goals and 51 assists capped off by a 59-point effort in 2014. Johns Hopkins finished 15-5 in a tremendous season that resulted in an NCAA Tournament appearance. Cermack was named an IWLCA All-American after her senior campaign. 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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