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…

Posted in: D1, Lehigh

2013 Lehigh Lacrosse Player Blog: Finding Our Identity

2013 Lehigh Lacrosse Player Blog: Finding Our Identity


Coming off our huge win over Penn State, our squad felt like we were firing on all cylinders. The offense was starting to get very comfortable together and the defense was really starting to step up. We felt like we had corrected our early season woes and were back on the right track. We returned to an empty campus as everyone else went to Punta Cana or some other tropical place like that. Besides just going there, many of Lehigh’s students felt it necessary to post all of their pictures on every social media outlet possible. Read More…

Posted in: D1, Lehigh

Lehigh Lacrosse Wins Patriot League Opener at Army, 10-6



WEST POINT, N.Y. – Senior Brian Hess paced the offense with his second-career hat trick while sophomore Matt Poillon made 12 saves between the pipes as the #15/16 Lehigh men’s lacrosse team topped Army 10-6 in its league opener Saturday. Five Mountain Hawks (5-3, 1-0 Patriot League) finished with double-figure points, and senior Ryan Snyder was stellar at the faceoff X, to help Lehigh get off to an early lead which it wouldn’t relinquish. Read More…

Posted in: D1, Lehigh

Senior CLASS Award Candidates Announced

Senior CLASS Award Candidates Announced


BETHLEHEM, Pa. – Lehigh men’s lacrosse senior Ryan Snyder has been named a candidate for the prestigious Senior CLASS Award, as announced on Wednesday. One of only 20 candidates in the nation and three in the Patriot League, the award recognizes student-athletes with notable achievements in four areas – community, classroom, character and competition. Snyder is a two-time All-Patriot League performer while excelling in the classroom and community as well. Read More…

Posted in: Colgate, D1

Lehigh Celebrates Championship Season at Annual Banquet, Ring Chasers

lehigh-lacrosse-ring


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…

Posted in: Channels, D1

Lehigh Men’s Lacrosse 2012 Player Blog: ‘Bring on the Terps’

ryan snyder, lehigh lacrosse, lacrosseplayground.com


The privilege of playing lacrosse together still at this point in May is also special in its own right, but again by no means any source of complacency. A new opponent, a new opportunity, and a plethora of new naysayers are on the horizon. As has been the case since the days of my recruitment to Lehigh, though, the more that people predict us to lose, the more motivated (and more likely) we are to win. Bring on the Terps, bring on the NCAA Tournament, bring on the doubt…bring on whatever and I’m confident that it will only make this Lehigh lacrosse family stronger in the end. Read More…

Posted in: Channels, D1

Game Highlights and Photos: Lehigh Soars Over Colgate, Wins First Patriot League Tournament Title, 16-14

lehigh lacrosse, colgate lacrosse, lacrosseplayground.com


HAMILTON, N.Y. – The eighth-ranked and second-seeded Lehigh men’s lacrosse team put together one of its strongest offensive outbursts of the season, tying a season-high 16 goals to beat the #10 Colgate Raiders, 16-14 and win its first-ever Patriot League Tournament Championship on Sunday. The Mountain Hawks (14-2) jumped out to a 5-0 lead then held off a Raiders’ (12-3) charge to earn the league’s automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament. Junior Dante Fantoni earned Tournament MVP honors after posting nine points over the two games (five goals, four assists). Read More…

Posted in: Channels, D1

Lehigh Men’s Lacrosse 2012 Player Blog: The Time Has Come

ryan snyder, lehigh lacrosse, lacrosseplayground.com


At the end of the day, success breeds complacency but complacency has never bred success. For the Lehigh Mountain Hawks, tomorrow night’s game is the only one that means anything in the grand scheme of things. The time has come to make this season truly significant for the legacy of our program. The time has come to earn the rings we’ve been chasing all along. Read More…

Posted in: Channels, D1

Lehigh Men’s Lacrosse’s Win At Lafayette Ties Wins Record

lehigh lacrosse photos, lacrosseplayground.com


EASTON, Pa. – The #12/10 Lehigh men’s lacrosse team dominated from the opening whistle and wouldn’t look back as the Mountain Hawks (12-2, 5-1 Patriot League) downed Lafayette, 16-6, in their regular season finale Saturday. With the victory, Lehigh enters next weekend’s Patriot League Tournament winners of 11 of their last 12 games. The 12 wins have tied a school record – previously accomplished in 1994 – while the five league wins have set a new school mark. Read More…

Posted in: Game Photos, Lehigh

Lehigh Men’s Lacrosse 2012 Player Blog: Dante Fantoni Put the Team on His Backkkk Doggg

ryan snyder, lehigh lacrosse, bucknell lacrosse, lacrosseplayground.com


Thinking back to HBO’s “24/7” series this winter, I remember watching the New York Rangers come into their locker room after a win listening to Flo Rida’s lyrics, “Ohh ohh sometimes, I get a good feeling.” As I walked back into our locker room on Saturday, it’s safe to say that I got a good feeling as well. Read More…

Posted in: Channels, D1