Tag: Dominick Bragalone

Lehigh Football 2018 Season In Review: Disappointing Season Salvaged At End Of Year With 4th Straight Over Lafayette

In November, the Mountain Hawks seemed to figure out some of the answers to their questions just in time to win two of their final three games, and in so doing having retiring head coach Andy Coen tie Bill Leckonby for the all-time head coaching wins record at Lehigh.

Christmas Comes Early for Lehigh As They Convert Gifts Into 34-3 Win over Archrival Lafayette

Christmas isn’t for another month, but for a day, people associated with the Lehigh football program felt like they’d received a bunch of presents. The first present from the gods of football might have been the one that set the tone the best for Lehigh’s 34-3 win over their archrivals in the 154th meeting between […]

QUICK RECAP: Lehigh Erases Bad Memories Of Season With Satisfying Win Over Archrival Lafayette, 34-3

It wasn’t the season any Lehigh fan envisioned, a tumultuous 2-8 season that featured a lot of frustration and discord. So you might have forgiven Lehigh fans a little bit of cynicism when they came to Easton this afternoon about their prospects for a win against their bitter Rivals Lafayette. Instead, on the very first […]

154th Meeting of College Football’s Most-Played Rivalry All About The National Stage

It kind of goes without saying that the Rivalry between Lehigh and Lafayette is the biggest game on the Mountain Hawks’ and Leopard’s schedules. Eighteen miles separate the two campuses in Easton, PA and Bethlehem, PA, and the football teams have faced off 153 times over the span of 134 years. When the two schools started […]

Once Again, Lehigh Will Look for Dominick Bragalone To Carry Them Through Patriot League Play

Last year, on a beautiful, hot, late October day, a 2-5 Lehigh football team traveled to the Bronx to take on a 2-6 football team, the Fordham Rams. To a Patriot League outsider, this game might have seemed like nothing much to get excited about. But the Mountain Hawks, with a 2-0 conference record and […]

Lehigh Football Travels To Penn Looking To Make Statement

Penn and Lehigh have a long history of playing each other in football. They’ve never been rivals in the truest sense of the word, but their football programs are almost the same age, they both have a big focus on academics, and they’ve faced each other on the gridiron often. It’s difficult to put into […]

College Sports Journal FCS National Players of the Week-Sept. 3

Six players including Zach Bednarczyk from Villanova, Christian Lopez from North Alabama, Dominick Bragalone from Lehigh, Pace Temple from Butler, Franklin “Mac” McCain III from North Carolina A&T, and Lorran Fonsceca from Nicholls have been selected as the College Sports Journal All-Stars for the week ending Sept. 3, 2018 from the NCAA Division I FCS schools. […]

Lehigh Does A Lot of the Little Things, In All Three Phases, To Secure 21-19 Victory Over St. Francis (PA)

Last season, Lehigh finished with a 5-7 record. In both wins and losses, it felt like almost every game ended in a shootout – for example, a 54-35 win over Georgetown, or a 65-47 loss to Penn. So when Lehigh beat St. Francis 21-19 Saturday at Murray Goodman, it was a type of victory that […]

QUICK RECAP: Bragalone’s Record-Smashing Day, And A Late Blocked Field Goal, Give Lehigh Victory 21-19

It was supposed to be a party for Lehigh running back Dominick Bragalone, but as St. Francis (PA) kicker Eric Bofenkamp lined up for a 30 yard field goal try, it certainly didn’t feel like one. Bragalone broke the school record for rushing yardage with his 137 yard, 3 TD performance, along the way also […]

St. Francis (PA) at Lehigh Preview: Two Teams Looking To Start on Right Track

The Lehigh Mountain Hawks secured a win over their bitter Rivals Lafayette, won a share of the Patriot League Championship, and won the league’s autoqualifier for the FCS playoffs, putting them in the postseason for the second straight season. Sounds like a terrific year? Not exactly. The St. Francis (PA) Red Flash had started out […]

Quietly, Dominick Bragalone’s Offseason Work Hoping To Pay Off For Record-Breaking 2018

There he was on the sidelines of practice, Walter Payton award nominee and unquestioned feature back of the Mountain Hawks, senior RB Dominick Bragalone, on one knee. Understandably, he was not on the field as much for practice with the Lehigh offense or Lehigh special teams. That’s because head coach Andy Coen needs his legs […]