Fort Lewis College basketball begins RMAC climb against New Mexico Highlands

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Fort Lewis College basketball begins RMAC climb against New Mexico Highlands

Two unbeaten teams meet in conference opener
Riley Farris of Fort Lewis College is the second-leading scorer in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference and will match up against the only player in front of him, Sammy Barnes-Thompkins of New Mexico Highlands, when the two teams meet at 7:30 tonight in Durango.
Will Wittman of Fort Lewis College is a big asset to the Skyhawks with hustle plays, 3-point shooting and highlight reel dunks.
Junior Garbrah of Fort Lewis College has proven himself during his first six collegiate games and will play about 20 minutes per game as a true freshman.

Fort Lewis College basketball begins RMAC climb against New Mexico Highlands

Riley Farris of Fort Lewis College is the second-leading scorer in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference and will match up against the only player in front of him, Sammy Barnes-Thompkins of New Mexico Highlands, when the two teams meet at 7:30 tonight in Durango.
Will Wittman of Fort Lewis College is a big asset to the Skyhawks with hustle plays, 3-point shooting and highlight reel dunks.
Junior Garbrah of Fort Lewis College has proven himself during his first six collegiate games and will play about 20 minutes per game as a true freshman.
RMAC

Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference
Men’s Basketball
Note: NABC ranking in parentheses
TEAM OVERALL RMAC
Dixie State (16) 6-0 1-0
UCCS 4-1 1-0
Black Hills State 3-3 1-0
Fort Lewis 6-0 0-0
N.M. Highlands (RV) 5-0 0-0
Regis 5-1 0-0
Colorado Mesa 4-2 0-0
Metro State-Denver 4-2 0-0
Western Colorado 3-3 0-0
Adams State 2-4 0-0
CSU-Pueblo 2-4 0-0
Chadron State 1-5 0-0
Colorado Christian 0-6 0-0
Westminster 5-2 0-1
S.D. Mines 3-4 0-1
Colorado Mines 2-3 0-1

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