The Lehigh Mountain Hawks insist their work here isn't done.
They're not ready to pack up and go home to Bethlehem, Pa., after pulling off one of the biggest upsets in NCAA tournament history by stunning national power and second-seeded Duke 75-70 in its own backyard Friday night.
The Mountain Hawks want to stick around a little longer.
After his team's monumental upset, Lehigh coach Brett Reed asked his players in the locker room if they were satisfied and the collective response was no.
The 15th-seeded Mountain Hawks, led by speedy guard C.J. McCollum the nation's fifth-leading scorer, fully believed they could topple Duke - and they said so publicly before the game. And they believe they can do the same to 10th-seeded Xavier on Sunday at the Greensboro Coliseum.
''I'm not ready to end my career and (my teammates) aren't ready to end what we created,'' senior forward Jordan Hamilton said.
Hamilton said it's hard to compare this team to others from past NCAA tournaments.