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Lehigh had a somewhat disappointing end to their 2018 season only placing 15th at NCAA tournament. Lack of bonus points were a big part of that finish. 

Lehigh lost a lot of duals to start this season, with injuries playing a major role. They've bounced back (though still far from fielding the ideal line-up envisioned at start of season) and finished the season strongly in duals and in the EIWA tournament.

Can Lehigh beat last year's NCAA finish?  

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Not likely. Last year had more scorers.

2018 had Cruz 5, Parker 7, Kutler 6, Preisch R12, Weiler R12, Wood INJ DEF R12.

Best scenario for 2019: Humphreys R12, Kutler 4th, Preisch 2-5, Wood 2 (if he gets Cassar in the SF, but probably 3-5.). If Paetzell (133) and Jakobsen (197) are running hot, they could create problems for some folks who underestimate them.

 

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