For the second time in three Patriot League home games, Lehigh fell into a huge first-half hole. The Mountain Hawks failed to fly out of trouble this time. Lehigh sliced a Colgate lead that swelled to 28 points late in the first half to two in the final 21 seconds. It never held the basketball with a chance to pull even, falling 76-72 after Sean O’Brien drilled both ends of a 1-and-1 with 10.7 seconds to play Wednesday at Stabler Arena.
The start of Patriot League play kept the Lehigh women’s basketball team in Bethlehem for much of the past 2 1/2 weeks. The Mountain Hawks used their time at home to build the confidence they hope will carry them through the trips that await them. Lehigh kicked off one of its road stretches Sunday by visiting Patriot League-leading American University. The Mountain Hawks couldn’t contain the Eagles’ offense, falling 82-64.
Lehigh returned to Stabler Arena on Sunday after playing most of the past month on the road. The Mountain Hawks used their home-court edge to spoil the homecoming of Parkland’s all-time scoring leader. American freshman forward and Parkland grad Sam Iorio spent the final 5 minutes, 2 seconds watching from the bench after fouling out in his first Lehigh Valley game as a college player.
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