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Skylight volleyball still working towards their bright future on the court

MSU-N may be missing spring drills right now, but veteran head coach Jerry Wagner is still steering his team towards improvement


April 13, 2020

Havre Daily News/Colin Thompson

A young Montana State University-Northern volleyball team made big strides as last season went along. And Northern was hoping to continue those strides on the court with spring ball, until the COVID-19 pandemic changed everything. Still, head coach Jerry Wagner said his team is finding ways to make progress despite the setbacks, and he remains positive that fans will be able to return to sports someday soon.

Not only are college campuses shut down across America right now, so too are sports, and while teams that play fall sports collegiality have some time to know what their fate is, their offseason is still important, and many teams are having to adjust.

One of those teams is the Montana State University-Northern volleyball team.

The Skylights would normally be neck-deep in their spring training, where the players hit the weight room, work on conditioning and get in some game-like reps in the offseason. The preparations for the fall 2020 season are important for the Skylights, but COVID-19...

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