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Lehigh, Lafayette drop regular season finales

Lehigh, Lafayette drop regular season finales

The Lehigh and Lafayette men's and women's basketball teams all lost their regular season finales on Saturday.

The Lehigh men lost to Colgate 74-57 on Senior Day at Stabler Arena. 

The Mountain Hawks will be the No. 6 seed in the Patriot League tournament and will travel to No. 3 Holy Cross in the quarterfinal round Wednesday night.

The Lafayette men dropped an 87-84 decision at Army. 

The Leopards will be the No. 9 seed and will travel to No. 8 Loyola for a first round Patriot League matchup on Monday night.

The Lafayette women lost 64-53 to Army at the Kirby Sports Center, despite Danielle Fiacco scoring her 1,000th career point.

The Leopards are the No. 6 seed and will travel to No. 3 American in Thursday's quarterfinal round.

The Lehigh women lost to Colgate 63-61 on the road.

The Mountain Hawks are the No. 8 seed and will host No. 9 Colgate in the first round on Tuesday night.


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