By Will Charles Indy Staff Writer
Almost all of the fall sports at Fort Lewis College have been put on hold for the 2020 season due to the circumstances surrounding COVID-19.
By William Charles Indy Staff Writer
Brandon Leimbach, the new athletic director for Skyhawks Athletics, continues to update Skyhawks Athletics staff and facilities since he was hired on April 30, 2019.
By Barbara Edwards Indy Staff Writer
Freshman packed the lobby of the Student Union Building Sept. 25 awaiting their free Purgatory Resort ski passes given as part of a marketing partnership between Fort Lewis College and Mountain Capital Partners.
By: Lea Leggitt Indy Staff Writer
By Benjamin Mandile
The Fort Lewis College Softball team continues to be held off from playing on their official home field but is hopeful to return to Aspen Field for a scheduled Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference series March 30.
By: Nate DeCremer
With winter in full effect across Southwest Colorado, the San Juan mountain range has become a playground for backcountry snow sports, but also one of the most avalanche -prone mountain ranges in the country.
By: Colton Branstetter and Mandy Lorenson
Fort Lewis College student athletes are gearing up for the new seasons ahead.
Photo by: Nate DeCremer Story by: Nate DeCremer
Photo by: Mari Carpenter Story by: Mari Carpenter
The Fort Lewis College women's basketball team lost to Western State University 54 to 64 Friday night in the Whalen Gymnasium.
By Ryan Simonovich
The Independent sat down with Cole Paton to learn more about what it’s like being a national champion.