Reed announces addition of Sean Hoehn to men’s basketball coaching staff

BETHLEHEM, Pa. — Lehigh head coach Brett Reed announced the addition of Sean Hoehn to the Mountain Hawks coaching staff. Hoehn comes to Lehigh after spending the 2021-22 season as director of basketball operations at Sacred Heart University, where he was also a standout player from 2015-19.

“We are thrilled to welcome Sean to our program,” said Reed. “Sean’s passion, warm personality and impressive journey through basketball stood out during the interview process. I believe Sean will have an immediate impact on our current student-athletes and further their development. This will be done with his direct contact on the field where he teaches advanced skills to our players and will come about through his mentorship and investment in their experience at Lehigh. Sean will compliment an already strong coaching staff and I look forward to seeing his impact positive about this season and beyond.”

During his year on the staff of the Sacred Heart, Hoehn was able to take on significant responsibilities in his role. He was named offensive coordinator after the 2021-22 season and was considered a primary voice in Sacred Heart’s offensive efficiency and style of play. He was also responsible for more than 10 scouts on the program, as the Pioneers prepared for upcoming opponents.

Hoehn was a four-year starter as a guard at Sacred Heart, where he ranked fifth in Division I Pioneer history with 185 three-pointers. He was a team captain for two years and scored 1,366 career points, which ranks fourth in Sacred Heart Division I history. Hoehn was the honored First Team All-Northeast Conference as a senior in 2019.

The Morristown, NJ native spent the 2019-20 season on the coaching staff at Drew University in Madison, NJ Hoehn then spent a year playing professionally in Kosovo, where he started for KB Bashkimi. Hoehn had a successful season, averaging 20.2 points, 4.1 assists, 3.9 rebounds and 2.4 steals per game.

Hoehn graduated from Sacred Heart in 2019 with a bachelor’s degree in finance and a minor in sports management.

Lehigh will begin preseason training for the 2022-23 season later this month.

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