Fort Lewis College women’s basketball re-energized for 2018-19 season

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Fort Lewis College women’s basketball re-energized for 2018-19 season

No Gray, no worries for Skyhawks
Fort Lewis College junior Kayla Herrera, a preseason All-RMAC selection, is expected to be a leader for the Skyhawks this season. They were picked to finish eighth in the RMAC’s preseason coaches poll, and the team is committed to proving them wrong.
Forward Alyssa Yocky’s return gives the Fort Lewis College Skyhawks a dominant post presence and a player who can defend any position on the floor.
Fort Lewis College’s Kayla Herrera will look to lead the Skyhawks in steals during her junior season.

Fort Lewis College women’s basketball re-energized for 2018-19 season

Fort Lewis College junior Kayla Herrera, a preseason All-RMAC selection, is expected to be a leader for the Skyhawks this season. They were picked to finish eighth in the RMAC’s preseason coaches poll, and the team is committed to proving them wrong.
Forward Alyssa Yocky’s return gives the Fort Lewis College Skyhawks a dominant post presence and a player who can defend any position on the floor.
Fort Lewis College’s Kayla Herrera will look to lead the Skyhawks in steals during her junior season.

Fort Lewis College women’s basketball re-energized for 2018-19 season

Fort Lewis College senior Alyssa Yocky is healthy again and hopes to match her sophomore season offensive numbers.

Fort Lewis College women’s basketball re-energized for 2018-19 season

Fort Lewis College women’s basketball head coach Jason Flores is eager to blend a few experienced players with plenty of newcomers this season.

Fort Lewis College women’s basketball re-energized for 2018-19 season

Fort Lewis College senior Alyssa Yocky is healthy again and hopes to match her sophomore season offensive numbers.
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