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Fort Lewis has the Tomsick touch

FLC is 5-0, thanks to the guard’s hot hand late in regulation
Nick Tomsick has sent Fort Lewis College to overtime on two occasions with 3-pointers at the buzzer, and the Skyhawks went on to win those games to head into this weekend’s game against Adams State 5-0.
Mike Matthews and Fort Lewis have flipped their luck in close games after having a rough time of it last year, winning twice in overtime and once by three in regulation to remain unbeaten heading into Saturday’s game with Adams State.
Fort Lewis head coach Bob Hofman hopes his team’s great escapes early this season don’t turn into a negative. “In some respects, when it happens early in the year, it can end up a sense of fool’s gold, where you think ‘Ah, no matter what, we’re going to find a way.’ But quite often, when your margin of error doesn’t increase, those games can turn against you,” he said.
Alex Herrera’s growth has been a big key in Fort Lewis starting the season 5-0. The former Ignacio High School standout is averaging 12.4 points and 7.4 rebounds per game for the Skyhawks.
Marcus Ayala’s increased scoring output has helped Fort Lewis start the season on a high note. He’s scoring 10.4 points per game for the 5-0 Skyhawks.

Fort Lewis has the Tomsick touch

Nick Tomsick has sent Fort Lewis College to overtime on two occasions with 3-pointers at the buzzer, and the Skyhawks went on to win those games to head into this weekend’s game against Adams State 5-0.
Mike Matthews and Fort Lewis have flipped their luck in close games after having a rough time of it last year, winning twice in overtime and once by three in regulation to remain unbeaten heading into Saturday’s game with Adams State.
Fort Lewis head coach Bob Hofman hopes his team’s great escapes early this season don’t turn into a negative. “In some respects, when it happens early in the year, it can end up a sense of fool’s gold, where you think ‘Ah, no matter what, we’re going to find a way.’ But quite often, when your margin of error doesn’t increase, those games can turn against you,” he said.
Alex Herrera’s growth has been a big key in Fort Lewis starting the season 5-0. The former Ignacio High School standout is averaging 12.4 points and 7.4 rebounds per game for the Skyhawks.
Marcus Ayala’s increased scoring output has helped Fort Lewis start the season on a high note. He’s scoring 10.4 points per game for the 5-0 Skyhawks.
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