Keenan Holt, Gavin Lyons and David Schroeder all shot 75s and under Tuesday in the final day of the Peaks Classic, a two-day tournament hosted by Wayland Baptist in La Veta.
Holt led the Skyhawks with an even par 72 on Tuesday and finished third in the individual standings.
(Holt) sat out last year from college golf (after transfering from Northern Colorado), FLC head coach Bud Andersen said. When he gets in that groove again, were going to be good.
Fort Lewis finished second as a team, 16-over par and 14 strokes behind champion UC-Colorado Springs.
Were going to build on that and get rolling, Andersen said. The guys are psyched. They know they can beat Springs. Theyre not cocky, but confident, as well as I am.
Brian Morfeld and Riley Andrews finished 1-2 for the Mountain Lions.
Morfeld finished 7-under par after 54 holes, including a tournament-low 67 in his second round Monday.
Andrews finished 1-over par and runner-up to his UCCS teammate.
Holt shot 73-74-72 for a 3-over 219; Lyons shot 71-76-73 for a 4-over 220.
Chris Shoop and Michael Tilghman of UCCS tied Lyons for fourth at 4-over par, then Scroeder 73-73-75221 finished alone in seventh place at 5-over par.
Also for FLC, Justin Spray tied for 18th at 10-over par, and Devin Schreiner tied for 31st at 17-over par.
Justin Spray played well, and hes a good player, and I think he showed that (Tuesday) how he can play, Andersen said.
Mesa State finished third in the 10-team tournament at 28-over par.
Colorado Mines was fourth, CSU-Pueblo fifth, Nebraska-Kearney sixth, Western New Mexico seventh, Colorado Christian eighth, Regis ninth and Adams State 10th.