NCAA Tournament 2012, Duke Vs. Lehigh Halftime Score: Mountain Hawks Trail, 30-28

The Lehigh Mountain Hawks trail the Duke Blue Devils, 30-28, after the first half of play in the Second Round of the 2012 NCAA Tournament from Greensboro Coliseum.

Lehigh's defense was tremendous in the first half and held Duke to just 11-26 from the field. The Blue Devils were ice cold from behind the arc (1-10). The Mountain Hawks did not shoot any better (10-25, 2-8 from three-point range) and didn't make enough out of their opportunities to extend a lead they held with under six minutes to go in the half. Lehigh was also just 6-11 from the free throw line. Duke tied the game at 21 with a little more than three minutes to go as a result and were able to take a 30-28 lead into the halftime break.

Lehigh was led by 12 points, five rebounds, three assists and one steal from CJ McCollum. Duke was led by Mason Plumlee's 12 points and five rebounds.

For more NCAA Tournament coverage, be sure to check out our tournament stream, SB Nation's tournament hub and SB Nation Philly. Also make sure to check out our NCAA Tournament Printable Bracket stream. Enjoy the road to New Orleans!

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