Spotlight: Integrated Business and Engineering

Students in Lehigh’s Integrated Business and Engineering program (IBE) worked with Gonzo Pockets, a startup company in Allentown, Pa., that produces a specialized mesh for lacrosse stick heads.

The team addressed marketing and manufacturing concerns and explored expanding the Gonzo product line.

Team members included Eric Sciorilli ’16, Josh Solomon ’16, Tyler Stangle ’16, Lisa Heintzelman ’16, Geoff Gill ’16 and Anil Tipirneni ’15.

Gonzo Pockets was formed by brothers Lou and Desi Gonzalez, who grew up playing lacrosse on Long Island, N.Y. They were always trying to find the best mesh.

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