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Longtime Division I coach Smith to take reins of FLC football program
Wednesday, January 16, 2013

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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Skyhawk harriers run into national championships
Tuesday, November 13, 2012

The Fort Lewis College men's Cross Country team has an appointment with destiny this weekend.

The squad will compete in the the NCAA Division II National Championships after capturing a 6th place finish at the NCAA Division II South Central Regionals, in Denver, on Nov. 3, qualifying the team for the national championships for just the second time ever — and the first time since 1995.

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Fort Lewis College gets its cycling game face on
Monday, August 06, 2012

Less than a month to go before the USA Pro Cycling Challenge commences in Durango and at Fort Lewis College and preparations for the race are in full swing. FLC, site of the Cycling Village, is in the midst of a facelift that will help show off its cycling pride come race day (August 20).

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FLC and Guido’s teaming up to offer VIP treatment at USA Pro Cycling Challenge
Thursday, August 02, 2012

DURANGO - For one day in August, Durango and Fort Lewis College will go from being the center of the collegiate cycling world to the center of the professional cycling world when the USA Pro Cycling Challenge stage race comes to town on August 20. The Fort Lewis College Foundation and Guido’s Favorite Foods are offering a one-of-a-kind chance to experience the Pro Cycling Challenge up close and personal, while supporting the FLC Cycling Team at the same time.

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From France to Durango: Many of the best pro cyclists set their sights on Durango
Thursday, July 26, 2012

Fort Lewis College is an institution used to being in the spotlight when it comes to collegiate cycling. The Skyhawk Cycling Team boasts 19 USA Cycling national championships and has won the coveted title of best cycling program in the nation three years running. Now with the impending arrival of the USA Pro Cycling Challenge, FLC is preparing to become the center of the professional cycling universe, at least for a few days in August.

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