Lehigh Mountain Hawks men's lacrosse

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Lehigh Mountain Hawks men's lacrosse
Founded 1890
University Lehigh University
Conference Patriot League
Location Bethlehem, Pennsylvania
Coach Kevin Cassese (since 2008)
NCAA Tournament Appearances
2012, 2013
Conference Tournament Champions

The Lehigh Mountain Hawks men's lacrosse team represents Lehigh University in National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division I college lacrosse. The program first started at the varsity level in 1890. Since then, the team has amassed a record of 410–456–6. The coach is currently Kevin Cassese, who is in his seventh year at that position.[1]

Lehigh has made two appearances in the NCAA Tournament, with the first coming in 2012.[2] They earned an automatic bid into the tournament by winning the Patriot League conference tournament over Bucknell, 13–9.[3] Their first NCAA Tournament game ended in defeat, losing 10–9 against Maryland, after being seeded number seven in the tournament. [4] The Mountain Hawks made the tournament again in 2013, in which they lost to North Carolina. [5]

Annual Record Men's Lacrosse

Year Wins Losses Percent Conference Playoffs National Rank
2013 12 5 .733 2nd NCAA First round 11
2012 14 3 .500 1st NCAA First round* 5
2011 7 9 .571 5th -- --
2010 8 7 .667 3rd -- --
* Lost NCAA tournament first round to Maryland


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