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Skyhawk Football looking for another upset win for Homecoming on October 16

Fort Lewis College shocked the Division II football world last weekend with an upset win over the second-ranked team in the country, CSU-Pueblo. On Thursday, October 16 at 6 p.m. at Dennison Field, the Skyhawks are looking to take down another nationally ranked opponent when Colorado School of Mines comes to Durango for FLC’s Homecoming Football Game.

2014 Homecoming brings tradition, change

Fort Lewis College’s 2014 Homecoming highlights a number of changes from years past – but with all of the Skyhawk spirit and festivities that fans expect.

“This year’s Homecoming will be unlike anything we’ve had in the previous years,” says Dave Kerns, Homecoming Committee Advisor and Director of Alumni Relations.

Fireworks added to the Fort Lewis College Homecoming events for 2013

DURANGO – Fort Lewis College Homecoming 2013, which runs from October 16-19, will be a blast this year, literally. A fireworks show is being introduced to go along with the traditional Homecoming events.

Players all in for Skyhawk Football home opener

On Saturday, September 14, the Fort Lewis College Football team will set foot on Dennison Field for their first home game of the 2013 season. It will be a new beginning for a team with many new players, as well as a new coach at the helm. It will also be a chance at turning the page for returning players coming off an 0-10 season last year.

Longtime Division I coach Smith to take reins of FLC football program

John L. Smith — a longtime NCAA Division I head coach with success at six different universities — will become head football coach at Fort Lewis College effective March 1, Skyhawk Director of Athletics Gary Hunter announced today.
 
Defensive coordinator Ed Rifilato will continue to oversee day-to-day operations until Smith arrives on campus.

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