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November 13, 2012

Go Leopards! Beat Lehigh!

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Lafayette will play Lehigh 1 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 17, at Fisher Stadium for the 148th game in college football’s most-played rivalry. Read Lafayette-Lehigh game notes The  Lafayette Sports Network telecast can be seen on MASN2 (DirecTV 641, Dish Network 433), RCN-TV (Boston, New York, City, Philadelphia, Lehigh Valley, and Washington, D.C.) and WBPH-60, and will be [...]

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October 23, 2012

Watch Lafayette Beat Lehigh at an Alumni-Hosted Telecast Party

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Lafayette will close out the 2012 football season with the 148th game in college football’s most-played rivalry. The Leopards will take on Lehigh 1 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 17, at Fisher Stadium. For those who can’t make the game in person, Lafayette and Lehigh alumni will be hosting more than 60 telecast parties in 31 states, [...]

A coach gives instruction to a football player at the Lauren's First and Goal camp

October 18, 2012

Lauren’s First and Goal Highlighted on ESPN

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Lauren’s First and Goal, a nonprofit started in 2004 by John Loose, defensive coordinator of the football team, was highlighted recently on ESPN in a video segment that also aired at halftime of last week’s home football game against Yale. Watch the video John and Marianne Loose founded the charity in honor of their daughter, Lauren, a [...]

Hope McCorkle '98

September 14, 2012

Six Honorees Highlight Maroon Club Hall of Fame Class of 2012

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Two former student-athletes, one coach, and a trio of national championship teams will comprise the Maroon Club Hall of Fame Class of 2012. Ann Gold, Tom Kirchhoff ’93, Hope McCorkle ’98, and the 1896, 1921, and 1926 football national champions will be inducted into the Hall of Fame Nov. 16, 2012—the eve of the 148th [...]

Jason Marshalek '13

September 11, 2012

Spotted on Campus With… Jason Marshalek ’13

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Civil engineering major Jason Marshalek ’13 (Montoursville, Pa.) discusses academics and the importance of staying focused on the football field. What do you enjoy about your major? I would have to say getting to see the ins and outs of the infrastructure that helps make this country run. One class/professor that every Lafayette student should [...]

Civil engineering major Cara Lyons '11 worked with Kristen Sanford Bernhardt, assistant professor of civil and environmental engineering, on a project looking at how designing a sustainable building impacts its cost. They put together a model that calculates the total cost of ownership of a building, taking into consideration the savings and added investment from using green technology during construction and throughout the overall life of a structure. Here they look at their work in a computer lab in Acopian Engineering Center.

June 21, 2012

13 Lafayette Teams Receive NCAA Public Recognition Awards

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Thirteen of Lafayette’s 23 varsity teams have received 2011-12 NCAA Division I Academic Performance Program (APP) Public Recognition Awards. The NCAA is honoring 954 Division I teams for their high marks academically, based on their most recent multi-year Academic Progress Rates (APR). These awards are given each year to teams scoring in the top 10 [...]

San Francisco 49er Blake Costanzo '06

March 14, 2012

Blake Costanzo ’06 Signs with NFL’s Chicago Bears

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National Football League special teams standout Blake Costanzo ’06 has signed a new contract, reportedly two years, with the Chicago Bears. The linebacker tweeted about the new contract yesterday, thanking San Francisco 49ers fans and expressing his excitement to Bears fans. Costanzo played a big role in helping the 49ers advance in last season’s playoffs, [...]

Grace Watters ’15

February 9, 2012

102 Students Named to Patriot League Academic Honor Roll

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From the College’s Division I fall sports teams, 102 students were named to the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll. To be eligible for the honor roll, student athletes need to record at least a 3.20 grade point average during the semester. The men’s and women’s cross country teams combined for 14 honor roll students. Lauren [...]

Lafayette Sports Network's Gary Laubach

January 30, 2012

GoLeopards.com Will Air Live National Signing Day Coverage

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GoLeopards.com will again offer the most exclusive and expansive National Signing Day coverage in the Patriot League Wednesday, Feb. 1, with all-day, live updates from Bourger Varsity Football House. For the third straight year, the day will culminate with “Signing Day Central presented by Coke Zero” airing live and free on GoLeopards.com All-Access at 5:30 p.m. [...]

San Francisco 49er Blake Costanzo '06

January 22, 2012

Blake Costanzo ’06 Contributes in 49ers’ NFL Championship Game

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NFL special teams standout Blake Costanzo ’06 had two tackles and an assisted tackle for the San Francisco 49ers today, but the team lost its NFC Championship game to the New York Giants, 20-17. Costanzo, who was selected as an alternate for the Pro Bowl this season, was featured  by the media in newspaper and website [...]