The Fort Lewis College women’s lacrosse team is heating up this spring with wins in three of the Skyhawks’ last four games.After more than a week off, a welcome break after playing four games in six days, the Skyhawks returned to the field Saturday in Colorado Springs and earned a 15-8 victory against University of Colorado-Colorado Springs.FLC (3-4, 3-1 Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference) held a 5-4 lead at halftime but outscored the Mountain Lions 10-4 in the second half to secure the...
When the Fort Lewis College men’s basketball season came to a close last Saturday night in Canyon, Texas, after a first-round loss in the NCAA Division II tournament, one of the most storied careers in program history came to an end.Rasmus Bach, a five-year Skyhawk, saw his career come to an end with a 78-62 loss at Texas A&M Commerce in the South Central Region Tournament. The 6-foot-4 guard from Austin, Texas, finished with 98 wins, the most of any player in program history.
Christoper Blevins won the first big weekend of mountain bike racing in the United States, while Howard Grotts was busy in the season-opening World Cup event in South Africa.Blevins, a 19-year-old from Durango, held off strong competition from Phoenix’s Fernando Riveros during a three-day event in the elite men’s field of the Cactus Cup at the McDowell Mountain Regional Park in Fountain Hills, Arizona.Blevins trailed Riveros by one second after the opening short-track race.
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Selecting a term
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