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Published on Jul 19, 2011
(5/8/10) Former Lehigh football standout, Phil Stambaugh '00, has been inducted into the Roger S. Penske/Lehigh Athletics Hall of Fame. Formal induction took place on Lehigh's Packer Campus on Saturday, May 8, 2010. One of the best quarterbacks in school history, Phil Stambaugh has his name all over the Lehigh record book following a terrific career that saw him throw for 10,575 yards and 78 touchdowns. During his time in the Brown and White, which spanned from 1996-1999, Stambaugh led Lehigh to 31 victories, including an undefeated regular season in 1998 as well as two playoff appearances and a playoff road victory over Richmond. The record setting star entered the starting lineup with four games remaining in his freshman season and wound up completing nearly 55% of his passes for 967 yards and eight touchdowns. In the final game of that season, Stambaugh led the Mountain Hawks back from a 19-6 halftime deficit to defeat archrival Lafayette 23-19 and in the process became the first freshman to earn the MVP trophy in the storied rivalry.