Lehigh Mountain Hawks men's basketball

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Lehigh Mountain Hawks
2013–14 Lehigh Mountain Hawks men's basketball team
Lehigh Mountain Hawks athletic logo
University Lehigh University
Conference Patriot League
Location Bethlehem, PA
Head coach Brett Reed (5th year)
Arena Stabler Arena
(Capacity: 6,000)
Nickname Mountain Hawks
Colors

Brown and White

            
Uniforms
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Home jersey
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Team colours
Home
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Away jersey
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Team colours
Away
NCAA Tournament Round of 32
2012
NCAA Tournament appearances
1985, 1988, 2004, 2010, 2012
Conference tournament champions
ECC: 1985, 1988
Patriot: 2004, 2010, 2012
Conference regular season champions
ECC: 1990 (co-champion)
Patriot: 2004 (co-champion), 2010

The Lehigh Mountain Hawks men's basketball team represents Lehigh University in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania in NCAA Division I competition. They have competed in the Patriot League since the circuit became an all-sport conference in 1990.[1] After ending its independent status in 1974, they were a member of the East Coast Conference until 1990.[2] Its home games are played at Stabler Arena.[3] The Mountain Hawks made their fifth appearance in the NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Tournament in 2012. The Mountain Hawks are currently coached by Dr. Brett Reed.

The Mountain Hawks men's basketball team is best known for defeating the #2nd seeded Duke Blue Devils in the 2012 NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Tournament.[4]

Year-by-year since 1937–38[edit]

Season Conference Overall record Conference record Postseason tournaments Head coach
2014 Patriot League 14–18, .438 7–11, .389 (6th) Brett Reed
2013 Patriot League 21–10, .677 10–4, .714 (3rd) CBI First Round Brett Reed
2012 Patriot League 27–8, .771 11–3, .786 (2nd) NCAA Round of 32 Brett Reed
2011 Patriot League 16–15, ,516 6–8, .429 (4th) Brett Reed
2010 Patriot League 22–11, .667 10–4, .714 (1st) NCAA Round of 64 Brett Reed
2009 Patriot League 15–14, .517 5–9, .357 (5th) Brett Reed
2008 Patriot League 14–15, .483 7–7, .500 (4th) Brett Reed
2007 Patriot League 12–19, .387 7–7, .500 (3rd) Billy Taylor
2006 Patriot League 19–12, .613 11–3, .786 (3rd) Billy Taylor
2005 Patriot League 1–28*, .034 1–13*, .071 (8th/Last) Billy Taylor
2004 Patriot League 20–11, .645 10–4, .714 (1st) NCAA Round of 64 Billy Taylor
2003 Patriot League 16–12, .571 8–6, .571 (4th) Billy Taylor
2002 Patriot League 5–23, .179 2–12, .143 (8th/Last) Sal Mentesana
2001 Patriot League 13–16, .448 6–6, .500 (4th) Sal Mentesana
2000 Patriot League 8–21, .276 3–9, .250 (6th) Sal Mentesana
1999 Patriot League 6–22, .214 0–12, .000 (7th/Last) Sal Mentesana
1998 Patriot League 10–17, .370 4–8, .333 (5th) Sal Mentesana
1997 Patriot League 1–26, .037 1–11, .083 (7th/Last) Sal Mentesana
1996 Patriot League 4–23, .148 2–10, .167 (6th) Dave Duke
1995 Patriot League 11–16, .407 5–9, .357 (6th) Dave Duke
1994 Patriot League 10–17, .370 6–8, .429 (6th) Dave Duke
1993 Patriot League 4–23, .148 2–12, .143 (8th/Last) Dave Duke
1992 Patriot League 14–15, .483 8–6, .571 (4th) Dave Duke
1991 Patriot League 19–10, .655 10–2, .833 (2nd) Dave Duke
1990 East Coast Conference 18–12, .600 8–6, .571 (1st) Dave Duke
1989 East Coast Conference 10–18, .357 5–9, .357 (7th) Dave Duke
1988 East Coast Conference 21–10, .677 8–6, .571 (4th) NCAA Round of 64 Fran McCaffery
1987 East Coast Conference 15–14, .517 8–6, .571 (3rd) Fran McCaffery
1986 East Coast Conference 13–15, .464 6–8, .429 (5th) Fran McCaffery
1985 East Coast Conference 12–19, .387 6–8, .429 (6th) NCAA Round of 64 Tom Schneider
1984 East Coast Conference 4–23, .148 3–13, .188 (9th/Last) Tom Schneider
1983 East Coast Conference 10–16, .385 3–11, .214 (5th West/Last) Brian Hill
1982 East Coast Conference 9–17, .346 3–13, .188 (5th West) Brian Hill
1981 East Coast Conference 14–12, .539 6–10, .375 (3rd West) Brian Hill
1980 East Coast Conference 5–20, .200 2–14, .125 (5th West) Brian Hill
1979 East Coast Conference 8–18, .308 4–12, .250 (5th West) Brian Hill
1978 East Coast Conference 8–18, .308 5–5, .500 (4th West) Brian Hill
1977 East Coast Conference 12–15, .444 6–4, .600 (3rd West) Brian Hill
1976 East Coast Conference 9–15, .375 1–9, .100 (6th West/Last) Brian Hill
1975 East Coast Conference 1–23, .042 0–8, .000 (5th West/Last) Tom Pugliese
1974 Independent 3–21, .125 Tom Pugliese
1973 Independent 8–17, .320 Tom Pugliese
1972 Independent 10–14, .417 Roy Heckman
1971 Independent 10–16, .385 Roy Heckman
1970 Independent 13–14, .482 Roy Heckman
1969 Independent 7–17, .292 Roy Heckman
1968 Independent 12–11, .522 Roy Heckman
1967 Independent 11–12, .478 Pete Carril
1966 Independent 4–17, .191 Tony Packer
1965 Independent 7–13, .350 Tony Packer
1964 Independent 5–17, .227 Tony Packer
1963 Independent 6–19, .240 Tony Packer
1962 Independent 7–12, .368 Tony Packer
1961 Independent 5–16, .238 Tony Packer
1960 Independent 6–16, .273 Tony Packer
1959 Independent 6–16, .273 Tony Packer
1958 Independent 8–10, .444 Tony Packer
1957 Independent 8–10, .444 Tony Packer
1956 Independent 7–11, .389 Tony Packer
1955 Independent 10–11, .476 Tony Packer
1954 Independent 8–12, .400 Tony Packer
1953 Independent 12–8, .600 Tony Packer
1952 Independent 7–12, .368 Tony Packer
1951 Independent 6–13, .316 Tony Packer
1950 Independent 4–14, .222 Dan Yarbro
1949 Independent 7–11, .389 Dan Yarbro
1948 Independent 2–16, .111 Dan Yarbro
1947 Independent 5–13, .278 Dan Yarbro
1946 Independent 3–13, .188 Leo Prendergast
1945 Independent 2–14, .125 Leo Prendergast
1944 Independent 4–12, .250 Leo Prendergast
1943 Independent 5–10, .333 James Gordon
1942 Independent 7–8, .467 Marty Westerman
1941 Independent 5–12, .294 Paul Calvert
1940 Independent 5–10, .333 Paul Calvert
1939 Independent 10–5, .667 Paul Calvert
1938 Independent 7–8, .467 Paul Calvert
  • Lehigh forfeited 13 wins during the 2004-2005 season for the inadvertent use of an ineligible player.

Postseason tournaments[edit]

NCAA Tournament results[edit]

The Mountain Hawks have appeared in five NCAA Tournaments. Its combined record is 1–5.

Year Date Regional Venue Seed Round Opponent Result
2012 March 16 South Greensboro Coliseum 15 Round of 64 Duke W 75–70
March 18 South Greensboro Coliseum 15 Round of 32 Xavier L 59–70
2010 March 18 Midwest Chesapeake Energy Arena 16 Round of 64 Kansas L 74–90
2004 March 16 University of Dayton Arena 16b Opening round Florida A&M L 57–72
1988 March 18 East Hartford Civic Center 16 Round of 64 Temple L 73–87
1985 March 14 East Hartford Civic Center 16 Round of 64 Georgetown L 43–68

CBI results[edit]

The Mountain Hawks have appeared in one College Basketball Invitational (CBI). Its record is 0–1.

Year Date Venue Round Opponent Result
2013 March 19 Arena-Auditorium First round Wyoming L 66–67[5]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Conference History – Patriot League". 
  2. ^ "ECC gets reprieve on NCAA automatic bid". The Baltimore Sun. February 5, 1991. 
  3. ^ "Lehigh Mountain Hawks men's basketball 2009-10 media guide". Retrieved March 9, 2012. 
  4. ^ Housenick, Tom (March 16, 2012). "NCAA basketball: Lehigh pulls off monumental upset of Duke". The Morning Call. Retrieved March 16, 2012. 
  5. ^ "Mountain Hawks drop 67–66 stunner at Wyoming in CBI". Lehigh University Athletics. March 19, 2013. 

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