Lehigh announces 2015-16 schedule

Lehigh announces 2015-16 schedule

The Mountain Hawks open their season on Friday, Nov. 13 at Syracuse inside the historic Carrier Dome. One of the most storied programs in college basketball history, Syracuse won the 2003 National Championship, has made five Final Four appearances (most recently in 2013), nine Elite Eights and 21 Sweet 16s. One of the newest members of the ACC, Syracuse has won all three meetings against Lehigh, the last coming during the 1931-32 season…

Carmody announces Holy Cross staff

Carmody announces Holy Cross staff

Holy Cross head coach Bill Carmody has announced his complete men’s basketball staff for the 2015-2016 season.Joe Kennedy and Freddie Owens have both been named assistant coaches, while assistant coach Kevin Driscoll and coordinator of operations Matt Fava have been retained..

Lehigh opens season at Minnesota

Lehigh opens season at Minnesota

Entering a new era of Lehigh men’s basketball, the Mountain Hawks will open the 2013-14 season on Friday when they travel to Minnesota to face the Golden Gophers. Tipoff is set for 8 p.m. ET (7 p.m. locally) on ESPN3. Lehigh is coming off three 20-win seasons and national postseason appearances in its last four years, including a College Basketball Invitational appearance a season ago…

Knutson and McKnight earn All-District honors

Lehigh senior Gabe Knutson and junior Mackey McKnight were named Second Team NABC All-District honorees earlier this week, following in the footsteps of classmate C.J. McCollum who is a three-time First Team selection. Knutson averaged double-figure points for a third straight season to wrap up a stellar four-year career with more than 1,500 points. McKnight increased his scoring and assist totals from his first two seasons and was named a Second Team All-Patriot League honoree…

UCF Ends Bona’s Season in CBI

Andrew Nicholson scored 20 points, but Central Florida’s Marcus Jordan had 18 to lead three Knights in double figures as UCF (20-11) earned a 69-54 victory over St. Bonaventure (16-15) in the first round of the College Basketball Invitational presented by Zebra Pen.