Opening night shooting woes continue to plague Northern men
Once is a nothing to get upset over, twice is a coincidence, three times you shake your head in disbelief and the fourth time? You start to worry.
The Montana State University-Northern opening night shooting woes continued for the fourth straight week as the Lights fell to the Westminster College Griffins 81-67 Thursday night at Payne Gymnasium in Salt Lake City.
There is something about that first game of the weekend that sends the Lights into a shooting funk and Thursday night was no different. Northern shot a cool 41 percent from the field. Although it doesn't sound horrible, it was far...
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