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Balanced effort leads #17/19 Lehigh men’s lacrosse past Marquette, 13-6

“It’s a theme for our program; when guys graduate, the next wave of guys steps up,” said Cassese. “These are guys who might be relatively inexperienced, but they’re not freshmen. They’re sophomores, they’re junior , they’re seniors, they’re guys who have been around the block a time or two. The expectation is that they’ll step up and we won’t miss a beat.” Read More…

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Lehigh Mountain Hawks top Furman 13-6 in season opener

GREENVILLE, S.C. – Senior Cody Ferraro, junior Patrick Corbett and sophomore Reid Weber paced the offense with hat tricks while the defense held Furman to just 15 shots as the No. 17/19 Lehigh men’s lacrosse team opened the 2014 season with a 13-6 win on Saturday afternoon. The Mountain Hawks broke a 2-2 tie with a 4-1 second quarter on their way to a fifth straight season opening victory. Read More…

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HEADstrong Foundation’s 2nd Annual Relentless Cup on April 12th To Feature Lehigh vs. Georgetown

Folsom, PA – HEADstrong Foundation™ (HF) is proud to unveil plans for the 2nd Annual Relentless Cup which will be held on Saturday, April 12, 2014 at Ridley High School in Folsom, Pennsylvania. The Relentless Cup is a special fundraising lacrosse event uniting communities in support of the HEADstrong Foundation by combining interstate youth games, high school games and will be highlighted by Lehigh University taking on Georgetown University under the lights at 7PM. Read More…

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Cassese announces Scudder as new men’s lacrosse assistant


BETHLEHEM, Pa. – Former Lehigh men’s lacrosse standout Will Scudder ’11 has been named a new assistant coach, as announced by head coach Kevin Cassese on Thursday. Scudder replaces Tom Compitello who recently accepted a position at Sacred Heart. Scudder was a former team captain and All-Patriot League honoree as a Mountain Hawk. Read More…

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Mountain Hawks utilizing off week as Selection Show nears


Despite two weeks between the Patriot League and NCAA Tournaments, the Lehigh men’s lacrosse team is hard at work in various areas to ensure success – on and off the field. The players have hit the books for final exams, while sprinkling in some time to get stronger in the weight room and stay sharp on the field. Read More…

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Goalie Scores Full Field Goal


Lehigh goalie, Matt Poillon, scored his first-career goal on a 65-yard shot in the third quarter, a goal which turned momentum back in the Mountain Hawks’ favor. Read More…

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#18/19 Lehigh tops #9/11 Bucknell 11-7 for PL Regular Season Title

LEWISBURG, Pa. – The Lehigh men’s lacrosse team clinched its first Patriot League regular season championship as the #18/19 Mountain Hawks downed #9/11 Bucknell 11-7 Friday night at Christy Mathewson-Memorial Stadium. With the win, Lehigh’s first in Lewisburg since 1998, the Mountain Hawks will host the Patriot League Tournament for the first time in school history Apr. 26 and 28. Read More…

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Julie McBrien: Making Her Mark

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Every team needs a leader and senior women’s lacrosse captain Julie McBrien has more than delivered on carrying that responsibility, both on and off the lacrosse field. This year’s team features a majority of underclassmen, including nine freshmen and eight sophomores, all of whom are lucky enough to have McBrien to look up to in the game and in the classroom. Read More…

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Lehigh vs Denver: Generation X and O


This Saturday’s Lehigh at Denver showdown isn’t just any game. There are a number of parallels between the two programs, who have taken similar paths from relative unknowns to national prominence. A meeting of the minds between the coaching staffs helped spark Lehigh’s record-breaking 2012 season while helping the Pioneers advance to the National Quarterfinals for a second straight season. Read More…

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Poillon garners second straight Goalie of the Week award

BETHLEHEM, Pa. – Lehigh sophomore goalie Matt Poillon has garnered the Patriot League’s Goalie of the Week award for the second week in a row after stopping 16 of 25 shots sent his way in Saturday’s big win over Villanova. This marks the eighth-career weekly award for the All-American netminder after earning Goalie of the Week four times and Rookie of the Week twice as a freshman. Read More…

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