Posted On: 01/10/20 11:06 AM

Fort Collins got off to a slow start that they never could recover from as they visited the Boulder Panthers Thursday night. After only scoring six points in the opening quarter, the Lambkins laid a consecutive egg in the second, surmounting 13 points total in the first half. Boulder was no highlight reel either but took a 22-13 advantage into the break before finding their rhythm in the second. When the clock hit zeros the score read 55-39 in favor of the home team. 

1. Hugo Veloso - Fort Collins

Despite the Lambkins looking like the lamb-chops and by that I mean getting cooked by the Panthers, sophomore guard, Hugo Veloso was arguably the most impressive player on the court. The young guard showed the potential to develop into a legitimate leader for his team as his game and body continue to develop. Veloso showed poise and control as a ball-handler, proving that he could likely play a much larger role in the offense. Despite being one of the smaller players on the floor at 5-foot-9, he was able to go up strong against taller players inside and made the defense pay for giving him space from beyond the 3-point

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