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Steve Lewis/Durango Herald Sam Weiss had two of Fort Lewis' 11 shots Sunday, but none of the Skyhawks' salvos found the back of the net in a 1-0 overtime loss to St...I n a game as tight as Sunday's, the contest typically hinges on one big play...
Fort Lewis College held much of the possession and held Lency Chiles and No. UC-Colorado Springs to just eight shots in Wednesday's 1-0 victory at Dirks Field. Hix, however, left her home field on crutches after suffering a second-half ankle injury.
Tournament rolls around, and the Skyhawks can set themselves up for that desired success with a Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference tournament championship...Tournament, which would keep the Skyhawks in Durango for the tournament's opening weekend and
Steve Lewis/Durango Herald file photo Sam Weiss, second in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference in goals with nine, will try and help Fort Lewis College dent the league's stingiest defense, Colorado School of Mines, at 1 p.m...Colorado School of
I n a tense game between two of the league's best, it often comes down to who blinks first...Colorado Mines scored in the 82nd minute to top the Fort Lewis College women's soccer team 1-0 on Friday in Golden...Orediggers 8-7, while Mines held a 4-3
I n between the Skyhawks' only two losses this season are four wins and a trio of shutouts, including the Fort Lewis College women's side's 1-0 clean sheet against New Mexico Highlands on Sunday in Las Vegas, N.M. This is a hostile environment, FLC
F ort Lewis College isn't exactly where it wants to be, but that's OK. The FLC women's soccer team, which received top-25 consideration for this week's national rankings, earned another clean sheet and its second one-goal victory in three games this
I t took nearly 102 minutes for Therese Romero to break through for Fort Lewis College in the season opener...Romero tallied just 2 minutes, 28 seconds into the game, and Emma Cannis added a late insurance tally as the FLC women's soccer team beat
I t took more than regulation, but the Skyhawks kicked off the season on the right foot Friday. The Fort Lewis College women's soccer team's barrage of shots after halftime finally paid off in double overtime as Therese Romero found the net in the
But it's hard to complain too much about the result if you're the Fort Lewis College women's soccer team. Nine different players scored as the Skyhawks showed a deft finishing touch around the net, and FLC topped its predecessors 10-1 in the annual