A bump in RMAC competition

Fort Lewis College freshman Alexa Moser and the Skyhawks have gone 1-2 through their current four-match homestand to bump their record to 5-6 and 1-2 in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference. Tuesday night’s loss was a hard-fought five-set defeat to Colorado Mesa, and FLC will try and bounce back against Western N.M. at 7 p.m. today at Whalen Gymnasium. “(That) was just a great match. (That) was a battle,” FLC head coach Shelly Aaland said of Tuesday’s loss. “This is what the RMAC looks like.” Enlarge photo

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Fort Lewis College freshman Alexa Moser and the Skyhawks have gone 1-2 through their current four-match homestand to bump their record to 5-6 and 1-2 in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference. Tuesday night’s loss was a hard-fought five-set defeat to Colorado Mesa, and FLC will try and bounce back against Western N.M. at 7 p.m. today at Whalen Gymnasium. “(That) was just a great match. (That) was a battle,” FLC head coach Shelly Aaland said of Tuesday’s loss. “This is what the RMAC looks like.”