Anne Lehr is the Lebanon Valley College women’s basketball team’s go-to girl. Whether it be a stop, a key bucket, a rebound or a free throw, when the Flying Dutchmen need a play, they look to their 5-7 senior guard.
And Lehr almost always delivers.
This week, Lebanon Valley went 3-0, and Lehr was in the middle of all three victories.
On Saturday in Reading, Lehr notched ten points during a crucial 66-65 road triumph over Albright. It came three days after Lehr had poured in a game-high 27 points – which included 11-for-15 free throwing, four steals and four rebounds – during Wednesday’s 66-60 home win over Stevenson.
Lehr’s week began with 11 points and five steals in a 78-67 victory over Penn State-Harrisburg. The Flying Dutchmen’s 3-0 week lifted them to 4-4 overall, but more importantly to 2-0 in the Commonwealth Conference.
A graduate of York Catholic High School, Lehr currently leads LVC in scoring, assists and steals. But one is left with the distinct impression that the best is yet to come.
– Jeff Falk