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Skyhawks come back to roost for their final five games
Ally Kvidera and her team-high 29 goals will lead Fort Lewis College into its first home games of the season this weekend at Ray Dennison Memorial Field. FLC will host Colorado Mesa at 4 p.m. Friday and Colorado College at 1 p.m. Sunday.
Jessica Norby leads the Skyhawks’ offense this year with 38 points on 22 goals – second only to teammate Ally Kvidera’s 29 goals – and 16 assists, also tops on the team.
Good goalkeeping from starting goalie Genna Waugh will be important, FLC head coach Kelsey MacDonald said, if the Skyhawks are to beat the “very athletic” attack of the Colorado Mesa Mavericks in Friday’s home game.
Abby Kvidera plays defense on her twin sister Ally Kvidera during Thursday’s practice at Fort Lewis College. The Kvidera twins and the Skyhawks’ women’s lacrosse program will play their first home games of the season this weekend.
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Ally Kvidera and her team-high 29 goals will lead Fort Lewis College into its first home games of the season this weekend at Ray Dennison Memorial Field. FLC will host Colorado Mesa at 4 p.m. Friday and Colorado College at 1 p.m. Sunday.
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Jessica Norby leads the Skyhawks’ offense this year with 38 points on 22 goals – second only to teammate Ally Kvidera’s 29 goals – and 16 assists, also tops on the team.
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Good goalkeeping from starting goalie Genna Waugh will be important, FLC head coach Kelsey MacDonald said, if the Skyhawks are to beat the “very athletic” attack of the Colorado Mesa Mavericks in Friday’s home game.
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Abby Kvidera plays defense on her twin sister Ally Kvidera during Thursday’s practice at Fort Lewis College. The Kvidera twins and the Skyhawks’ women’s lacrosse program will play their first home games of the season this weekend.
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