Bob Pietrack the new leader of the Fort Lewis men’s basketball team

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Bob Pietrack the new leader of the Fort Lewis men’s basketball team

Pietrack ready to run as head coach of the FLC men’s basketball team
Bob Pietrack spent 11 years studying the game of basketball as an assistant coach on the Fort Lewis College staff, and now he is ready to run as the team’s new head coach.
Bob Pietrack and his wife Lauren have shared many special moments together at Fort Lewis College, including winning the 2011 Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference championship while Bob was an assistant coach.
Bob Pietrack, center, learned most of everything he knows about college basketball from Bob Hofman, right, who retired as head coach of the Fort Lewis men’s basketball team last week. That ushered in Pietrack’s era as the new head coach.
Bob Pietrack By the Numbers

FLC player record (2000-2004):
68-47 overall,
49-27 RMAC,
2 RMAC West Division titles,
2 NCAA Division II Tournament appearances,
2-time RMAC All-Academic,
1 team captain (2003-04),
1 team MVP (2003-04)
Assistant coach record (2004-2015):
229-94 overall,
158-66 RMAC
4 RMAC West Division titles,
2 RMAC Shootout titles,
2 RMAC regular season titles,
5 NCAA Division II Tournament appearances

Bob Pietrack the new leader of the Fort Lewis men’s basketball team

Bob Pietrack spent 11 years studying the game of basketball as an assistant coach on the Fort Lewis College staff, and now he is ready to run as the team’s new head coach.
Bob Pietrack and his wife Lauren have shared many special moments together at Fort Lewis College, including winning the 2011 Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference championship while Bob was an assistant coach.
Bob Pietrack, center, learned most of everything he knows about college basketball from Bob Hofman, right, who retired as head coach of the Fort Lewis men’s basketball team last week. That ushered in Pietrack’s era as the new head coach.
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