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Here are the latest RMAC basketball tournament standings entering the final stretch

Fort Lewis men still in driver’s seat for first place in RMAC; FLC women still in hunt for tournament spot after snapping four-game skid
Men’s standings (through Saturday, Feb. 17)
1. Fort Lewis #22-2 overall17-1 in RMAC
2. Colorado Mesa21-3 overall17-1 in RMAC
3. Colorado Mines20-6 overall14-4 in RMAC
4. Black Hills State13-11 overall11-7 in RMAC
5. MSU Denver16-8 overall10-8 in RMAC
6. Regis13-12 overall10-9 in RMAC
7. Chadron State11-13 overall8-10 in RMAC
Teams in the hunt
8. South Dakota Mines10-14 overall8-10 in RMAC
9. CSU Pueblo11-13 overall7-11 in RMAC
10. NM Highlands10-13 overall7-11 in RMAC
# = Fort Lewis owns head-to-head tiebreaker with CO Mesa
Women’s standings (through Saturday, Feb. 17)
1. Regis #20-5 overall15-4 in RMAC
2. UCCS18-7 overall15-4 in RMAC
3. Colorado Mesa20-5 overall14-4 in RMAC
4. Colorado Mines19-5 overall14-4 in RMAC
5. Adams State19-7 overall14-4 in RMAC
6. Black Hills State14-8 overall11-7 in RMAC
7. Colorado Christian14-10 overall10-8 in RMAC
Teams in the hunt
8. CSU Pueblo15-11 overall10-8 in RMAC
9. Fort Lewis12-12 overall9-9 in RMAC
# = Regis owns head-to-head tiebreaker with UCCS
Obi Agbim of Fort Lewis College puts up a 3-point shot while playing Western Colorado University on Saturday, Feb. 17, 2024, at Whalen Gymnasium. (Jerry McBride/Durango Herald)

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