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Bethlehem, Pennsylvania

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NCAA Division I Basketball Mens

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22 Jan 22 Boston University  -  Lehigh
27 Jan 22 Lehigh  -  Army
29 Jan 22 Holy Cross  -  Lehigh
03 Feb 22 Lehigh  -  Navy
05 Feb 22 Lehigh  -  Boston University

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20 Jan 22 Navy  61 - 69  Lehigh
16 Jan 22 Lehigh  57 - 69  Loyola-Maryland
14 Jan 22 Bucknell  64 - 97  Lehigh
11 Jan 22 Lehigh  77 - 69  Holy Cross
07 Jan 22 Army  77 - 55  Lehigh

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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. After ending its independent status in 1974, they were a member of the East Coast Conference until 1990. Its home games are played at Stabler Arena. 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 second seeded Duke Blue Devils in the 2012 NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Tournament.

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Stabler Arena is a 6,200-seat multi-purpose arena in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. Owned and operated by Lehigh University, it is located on the school's Goodman Campus. It was named for Donald B. Stabler, a 1930 Lehigh graduate, founder of Stabler Companies Inc., and a member of the university's Board of Trustees for over 30 years. He and his wife, Dorothy, were the primary donors for the facility. The arena officially opened with Lehigh's Commencement Exercises on May 29, 1979, replacing Taylor Gymnasium, which had hosted Lehigh athletics since 1914. Its first public event was Holiday on Ice in November later that same year.



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