Delran Names Lehmann Boys' Basketball Coach

Posted: June 14, 2000

Todd Lehmann, a men's assistant basketball coach for the last two seasons at Rowan University, was named the boys' basketball coach at Delran yesterday.

A 1986 graduate of Holy Cross, Lehmann was recently one of 20 players named to Drexel University's all-millennium team. Lehmann, who graduated in 1990 from Drexel, is sixth on the school's all-time scoring list with 1,546 points. As a senior in 1990, he averaged 38.2 minutes per game and led the nation with 260 assists. He has Drexel's second-best all-time free-throw shooting percentage (82.4) and is fourth in all-time three-point shooting (38.6).

Lehmann's appointment became official at last night's school board meeting. He will also be a physical education teacher at Delran.

Before he was an assistant at Rowan, Lehmann was the head girls' basketball coach at Holy Cross, compiling a 29-21 record in two seasons. Lehmann also spent two seasons as an assistant boys' basketball coach at Holy Cross.

Lehmann replaces Jim Petrino, who coached the Bears for 13 years and resigned after last season. He takes over a Delran team that is coming off a 9-13 season.

Marc Narducci's e-mail address is mnarducci@phillynews.com

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