Skyhawks run with the Lindenwood Lions

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Skyhawks run with the Lindenwood Lions

FLC women’s lacrosse falls just shy of an upset against No. 13 at home
Fort Lewis College sophomore Marissa DiCecco had the golden touch Saturday, as she had a goal and two assists against a mighty No. 13 Lindenwood defense in a close 7-6 loss at home to the defending conference champion.
Marissa DiCecco couldn’t slam home a late first-half goal against No. 13 Lindenwood, but she did find the back of the net in the second half while assisting on two other FLC goals in the game.
Jam Vertner caught a pass from Marissa DiCecco and finished a beautiful goal late in the first half of Saturday’s game against Lindenwood. After scoring, Vertner caught a hug from DiCecco and the rest of her FLC teammates.
Lindenwood’s Stephani Tirman scooped up one groundball Saturday, and Fort Lewis College’s Kylie Smith picked up three groundballs as the Skyhawks beat Lindenwood 15-11 in the groundball department but lost the game 7-6.
Fort Lewis College goalkeeper Alyssa Spencer helped the Skyhawks jump out to an early 2-0 lead by making a few early saves, and she went on to make six big saves in the game to keep FLC close. “To me, we won the first half. Even though it was tied, I felt like we won,” Spencer said.

Skyhawks run with the Lindenwood Lions

Fort Lewis College sophomore Marissa DiCecco had the golden touch Saturday, as she had a goal and two assists against a mighty No. 13 Lindenwood defense in a close 7-6 loss at home to the defending conference champion.
Marissa DiCecco couldn’t slam home a late first-half goal against No. 13 Lindenwood, but she did find the back of the net in the second half while assisting on two other FLC goals in the game.
Jam Vertner caught a pass from Marissa DiCecco and finished a beautiful goal late in the first half of Saturday’s game against Lindenwood. After scoring, Vertner caught a hug from DiCecco and the rest of her FLC teammates.
Lindenwood’s Stephani Tirman scooped up one groundball Saturday, and Fort Lewis College’s Kylie Smith picked up three groundballs as the Skyhawks beat Lindenwood 15-11 in the groundball department but lost the game 7-6.
Fort Lewis College goalkeeper Alyssa Spencer helped the Skyhawks jump out to an early 2-0 lead by making a few early saves, and she went on to make six big saves in the game to keep FLC close. “To me, we won the first half. Even though it was tied, I felt like we won,” Spencer said.
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