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2019 Schedule
17-8, 2nd in Patriot

Leufroy, Cohen rally Lehigh past Army 75-70

Kyle Leufroy scored 22 points, Jordan Cohen added 18 and Lehigh rallied from 18 points down in the second half on Saturday to defeat Army 75-70, scoring the last seven points of the game.


Tejada, Andree lead Lehigh past Navy

Lance Tejada scored 22 points with five 3-pointers, Pat Andree added 16 points with six assists and Lehigh defeated Navy 85-74 on Wednesday night.


Late run lifts Lehigh over American 83-76

James Karnik scored 14 points and grabbed 11 rebounds and Lehigh used a late run to beat American University 83-76 on Wednesday night and improve to 7-0 at home.

Brown stays with play for and-1 putback (0:24)
Mawien powers through two defenders for and-1 (0:23)
Virginia cruises to remain undefeated (0:42)
Virginia's Diakite finishes alley-oop with thunderous dunk (0:21)
USC's Stewart gets a huge putback slam (0:30)
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Charlotte to host seventh workout Sunday

The Hornets will have six prospects come in for a workout four days before the NBA draft. The six players scheduled to be attendance are Kentucky big man Bam Adebayo, Cincinnati G Troy Caupain, UNC swingman Justin Jackson, Duke sharpshooter Luke Kennard, Connecticut G Rodney Purvis and Lehigh F Tim Kempton Jr.

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Next Wizards workout set for Thursday

The Washington Wizards will host Iowa G Peter Jok, IUPUI G Darell Combs, Syracuse F Andrew White III, Connecticut C Amida Brimah, Siena G Marquis Wright and Lehigh F Tim Kempton Jr. for a pre-draft workout Thursday.

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Hawks to work out six Wednesday

The Hawks announced they'll be hosting six prospects Wednesday for a pre-draft workout: Gonzaga C Przemek Karnowski, Cal G Jabari Bird, Loyola (Ill.) G Milton Doyle, Lehigh F/C Tim Kempton, Middle Tennessee F Reggie Upshaw, Colorado G Derrick White.

Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

Finalists for the Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Award, given to the nation's best center:


Lehigh, Bucknell battling for tourney bid

The Mountain Hawks and Bison will go head-to-head in the Patriot League tournament final on Wednesday night. The winner will go dancing. Preview

Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

What a performance from Lehigh's Tim Kempton in a double overtime semifinal win over Boston University. 31 points, 13 rebounds and six blocks -- and picked up his fourth foul with 14 mins left in regulation, but never fouled out. Absolute warrior for the Mountain Hawks at both ends of the floor. Would be fun to watch in the NCAA Tournament.


2017 Bracketology: No. 16 Seeds

  • East: South Carolina State Bulldogs/Texas Southern Tigers
  • West: North Dakota State Bison/Wagner Seahawks
  • South: Lehigh Mountain Hawks
  • Midwest: Weber State Wildcats
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Team Stats

Points Per Game80.6
Rebounds Per Game35.4
Assists Per Game15.4
Points Allowed77.4306th

Tournament History

Final Fours0
Tournament Record1-5
Championship SeasonsNone
Tournament Appearances5