FLC learns balance to untangle its kinks

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FLC learns balance to untangle its kinks

Renewed possession game keys the Skyhawk revival
Ryan Wirth has been up to the task when called upon, but thanks to a revitalized possession game, the Fort Lewis College goalkeeper’s workload has been kept to a manageable level. The No. 3 Skyhawks allowed the fewest goals in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference this season.
Fabian Kling and most of the Skyhawks worked out as a team well before the start of the preseason, helping to foster a better understanding of FLC’s 4-4-2, possession-based attack.
“When you do possess it well, you can create chances,” FLC head coach Oige Kennedy said of the Skyhawks’ possession-based attack. “I think we’re creating about the same amount of chances but taking it through more and obviously doing a better job of keeping the ball out of the net.”

FLC learns balance to untangle its kinks

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Ryan Wirth has been up to the task when called upon, but thanks to a revitalized possession game, the Fort Lewis College goalkeeper’s workload has been kept to a manageable level. The No. 3 Skyhawks allowed the fewest goals in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference this season.
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Fabian Kling and most of the Skyhawks worked out as a team well before the start of the preseason, helping to foster a better understanding of FLC’s 4-4-2, possession-based attack.
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“When you do possess it well, you can create chances,” FLC head coach Oige Kennedy said of the Skyhawks’ possession-based attack. “I think we’re creating about the same amount of chances but taking it through more and obviously doing a better job of keeping the ball out of the net.”
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