Throughout this celebratory year, Lehigh University recognizes the contributions and accomplishments of its female faculty, students, and graduates. As the university community celebrates the transformational decision made in 1971 to enroll women into undergraduate programs, it also acknowledges the contributions and accomplishments of Lehigh women today and highlights a handful of the many who will have an impact on the world.
She never could have pictured herself coming back to coach.
Lehigh prepared Capone for life after college.
Working on a team in stressful situations prepared her for the workforce.
“Rowing taught me that I could do anything.”
Daniela Molina exemplifies the kind of experience you can have as a Lehigh engineer.
Spent s summer hiking across the United States as part of the Lehigh University Field Camp.
Prosser helped lead Lehigh to a school-record 29-4 record.
Tierney had arguably the greatest career of any women’s basketball player in Lehigh history.
The Lehigh seniors didn’t disappoint in their final game at Stabler Arena.
“It’s absolutely no coincidence that the program’s changed dramatically since the arrival of the three seniors.”
Lehigh women’s soccer team pulled out a 1-0 thriller over top-seeded Army.