Roman Lao-Gosney Picked Up By Hamilton Nationals

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BETHLEHEM, Pa. – Former Lehigh midfielder Roman Lao-Gosney was claimed by the Hamilton Nationals Wednesday as part of the Major League Lacrosse Waiver Wire. Lao-Gosney enjoyed a stellar senior season, earning Third Team All-America honors after posting a career-high 26 points (20 goals, six assists). Teams had the opportunity to place waiver claims on anyone not selected in the 2012 Collegiate Draft and who registered for the MLL Player Pool. Read More…

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Lao-Gosneys Make Movie Debut in Crooked Arrows Premiering Tonight

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Lehigh midfielders Cameron and Roman Lao-Gosney played key roles in the lacrosse movie Crooked Arrows, which opens in select theatres on Friday (May 18). The twins were both part of the Coventry team, the prep school which the Crooked Arrows play. Roman wears #21 and Cameron #25; they appear in numerous scenes, with Roman having one speaking part as well. Read More…

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Game Photos: Lehigh Drops 10-9 Heartbreaker to Maryland in NCAA Tourney

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The Lehigh men’s lacrosse team erased a five-goal deficit with seven straight goals bridging the second and third quarters, but Maryland wouldn’t go away as Joe Cummings scored with six seconds remaining to hand the Mountain Hawks a crushing 10-9 defeat, in an NCAA First Round game Sunday night. Read More…

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Family Influence: Leigh Ann Torcivia

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Senior Leigh Ann Torcivia wanted to play soccer in college; playing lacrosse wasn’t even in her mind. Ultimately, the New Jersey native came to Lehigh, which has deep family routes. Her aunt Bonnie, a former Lehigh lacrosse and field hockey player herself, was a big influence in Leigh Ann even playing lacrosse, never mind developing into an All-Patriot League player. Read More…

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If The Season Ended Today….

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It’s almost May, which means it’s time for endless speculation about who will make the NCAA tournament. We’ve analyzed tournament resumes and have put together our best guess as to what the tournament would look like if the season ended today. Read More…

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Behind The Scenes Video: This is Lehigh Lacrosse

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Junior Dante Fantoni rifled a shot past Kyle Feeney with just 14 seconds remaining to give the #11 Lehigh men’s lacrosse team a thrilling 9-8 win over #18 Bucknell in front of a facility-record 2,096 fans on Saturday night. The Mountain Hawks (11-2, 4-1 Patriot League) continually fought back from deficits until Fantoni’s goal put Lehigh up for good. Today, Lacrosse Playground gives you an exclusive look behind the scenes from the thrilling win over Bucknell. Read More…

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Game Photos: #7 Lehigh Scores Eight Unanswered To Down #19 Navy, 9-4

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ANNAPOLIS, Md. – The Lehigh men’s lacrosse team dug out of an early 4-1 hole with a vengeance, scoring eight unanswered goals to run past #19 Navy, 9-4, on Friday evening. The Mountain Hawks (10-1, 3-0 Patriot League) held the Midshipmen (5-4, 3-2) scoreless for the game’s final 40:02 in yet another dominant defensive effort. Read More…

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Game Photos: Lehigh Storms Back For Impressive 9-5 Win At Penn State

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UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. – After falling behind 2-0, the #11/10 Lehigh men’s lacrosse team bounced back in a big way, scoring nine of the final 12 goals to down #17 Penn State (3-4, 0-1 CAA), 9-5 on Tuesday night. Read More…

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Video: #16 Lehigh surges past #15 Yale, 11-7, for best start since 1969

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BETHLEHEM, Pa. – The 16th ranked Lehigh men’s lacrosse team used a 5-0 second-half run to turn a one-goal lead into a six-goal advantage, on its way to a big 11-7 win over #15 Yale on a sun-splashed Sunday afternoon. Read More…

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Lehigh Mountain Hawks earn 6-2 win at VMI

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LEXINGTON, Va. – Lehigh’s defense continued to dominate while the offense contributed more than enough goals to lead the #16/15 Mountain Hawks to a 6-2 win at VMI Tuesday. The victory marks Lehigh’s fourth in a row, the squad’s longest winning streak since 2006. Read More…

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