A Nike N7 home opener for Fort Lewis College basketball

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A Nike N7 home opener for Fort Lewis College basketball

New look FLC teams ready to show off new team, toys
Members of the Ute Mountain Ute Tribe Red Sky Dancers perform during halftime of last year’s Nike N7 game at FLC. Wednesday night’s home openers will serve as this year’s N7 games for FLC, with performances and special turquoise jerseys.
Marquel Beasley and the Fort Lewis College men’s basketball eam will be out for a little revenge Wednesday night against Northern New Mexico.

A Nike N7 home opener for Fort Lewis College basketball

Members of the Ute Mountain Ute Tribe Red Sky Dancers perform during halftime of last year’s Nike N7 game at FLC. Wednesday night’s home openers will serve as this year’s N7 games for FLC, with performances and special turquoise jerseys.
Marquel Beasley and the Fort Lewis College men’s basketball eam will be out for a little revenge Wednesday night against Northern New Mexico.

A Nike N7 home opener for Fort Lewis College basketball

Dion Burns, center, owner of National Scoreboard Service, and employees Ryan Brandt, left, and Adrian Chavez, hang the new video scoreboard at Whalen Gymnasium at Fort Lewis College. The full color six millimeter LED video display is 17.3 feet wide by 9 feet tall and can play video and display game stats that replaces a static game scoreboard.

A Nike N7 home opener for Fort Lewis College basketball

Shiprock’s Tanisha Begay is one of six players on the Fort Lewis College women’s basketball team with Native American heritage. Wednesday night, FLC will celebrate Native American athletics with the Nike N7 game.
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