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The football team is not the only squad hungry to beat Lehigh this weekend.
The Ice Hockey Club, winners of the past two Delaware Valley Collegiate Hockey Conference titles, will put its 10-4 record on the line against the Engineers 7:45 p.m. tonight at Lehigh Valley Ice Arena in Whitehall.

Busses will leave the Williams Center for the Arts 6:15 p.m. to take Leopard fans to the contest. The cost is $2 or display of a rally towel at the door.

For those who want to drive, take Route 22 West to the McArthur Road/7th St. exit. Follow McArthur Road approximately 1.5 miles north through four traffic lights. Take the Eberhardt Road exit (Gilby Ford is on the right). Turn right at the stop sign at the end of the exit ramp. Make the first left; Lehigh Valley Ice Arena is on the right.

Lafayette is ranked #11 in the American Collegiate Hockey Association Northeast region, winning both of its games last weekend. First-year student Steve Keen (Shaker Heights, Ohio) recorded his first career shutout against seventh-ranked Penn Sunday. Scoring goals were first-year students Max Rovzar (Cranston, R.I.) and Mark Battaglia (Wallingford, Pa.).

On Saturday, the Leopards defeated Millersville 6-3 behind the line of history major Dan Bowen ’03 (New York, N.Y.), Sean Lackey ’06 (Franklin Lakes, N.J.) and art major Ted Kapusta ’03 (Concord, N.H.), who accounted for five of the team’s six goals, while mechanical engineering major John Ritter ’03 (West Chester, Pa.) recorded the win in the nets. Defensively, the team played outstanding all weekend, led by biology major John Millinghausen ’04 (Blue Bell, Pa.) and government and law major James Haroldson ’03 (Kinnelon, N.J.).

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