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Spring has sprung for the Lights

Still a young team, MSU-N football looks to take big steps in spring ball


March 22, 2019

Havre Daily News/Colin Thompson

Keagan Stroop and the Montana State University-Northern Lights are set to take the practice field Monday for the start of 2019 spring drills. The Lights are into year two with head coach Andrew Rolin, and while Northern will still be a young team this spring and next fall, Rolin expects his squad to make a big jump forward.

After months of cold, warm temperatures finally broke through in Havre over the last couple weeks and that's fitting because the Montana State University-Northern football team will hit the field for the start of spring ball next week.

It will be the second set of spring practices under head coach Andrew Rolin and the Lights head coach is looking forward to seeing some growth.

"We had a really good nine weeks of winter conditioning," Rolin said ahead of Monday's first practice. "We got bigger, stronger and faster, and to see how that transfers to the field will be exciting. We are one yea...

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