That was easy...Fort Lewis smokes CU-Colorado Springs
Lewis held the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs to 16.9 percent shooting as they smoked the Mountain Lions 69-32 Friday night.
CU-Colorado Springs had 23 turnovers in dropping its third straight Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference game. Fort Lewis turned the Mountain Lion turnovers into 27 points.
Amy Mohr led the Skyhawks with 15 points and seven rebounds.
Emily Jenkins and Julie Richards each had a game-high six points for the Mountain Lions.
The Skyhawks held the Mountain Lions without a field goal for more than seven minutes during the first half. Fort Lewis went on a 16-3 run over that stretch to go up comfortably.
With the win Fort Lewis earned a split in the season series with the Mountain Lions after CU-Colorado Springs upset the Skyhawks 62-54 Feb. 5.
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