Skyhawks stand their ground

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Skyhawks stand their ground

FLC believes third time’s a charm against No. 1 Metro State
For the third time this season, Mike Matthews and Fort Lewis College will try and score a victory against No. 1 Metro State. So far this season, the Skyhawks are 0-for-2 against the Roadrunners. “We know how good they are, and we just have to play well,” FLC associate head coach Bob Pietrack said. “It is not a mentality thing going into it; if we play well, we will be there with them.”
Nick Tomsick, who was named to the All-RMAC first team in part thanks to his third-best 20 points per game and his intense focus on the defensive end, will be tasked with defending RMAC Player of the Year Brandon Jefferson in an RMAC Shootout semifinal Friday at No. 1 Metro State in Denver.

Skyhawks stand their ground

For the third time this season, Mike Matthews and Fort Lewis College will try and score a victory against No. 1 Metro State. So far this season, the Skyhawks are 0-for-2 against the Roadrunners. “We know how good they are, and we just have to play well,” FLC associate head coach Bob Pietrack said. “It is not a mentality thing going into it; if we play well, we will be there with them.”
Nick Tomsick, who was named to the All-RMAC first team in part thanks to his third-best 20 points per game and his intense focus on the defensive end, will be tasked with defending RMAC Player of the Year Brandon Jefferson in an RMAC Shootout semifinal Friday at No. 1 Metro State in Denver.
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