POWER SURGE

A young Northern wrestling team finished strong in 2020, and, the future looks even brighter

 

Havre Daily News/Colin Thompson

Montana State University-Northern head wrestling coach Tyson Thivierge cheers on his Lights during their dual with Providence in Billings back in February. Northern had a season of injuries, youth and inexperience and ups and downs, but, the Lights finished strong at the NAIA national tournament in March, which is always the end goal for Thivierge.

The Montana State University-Northern Lights wrestling team has been a pillar of success in the NAIA. Northern has put up some impressive seasons on the mat and has gained the attention as a team that can compete till the very end. The Lights have been growing stronger over the years and the 2019-2020 season showed that climb.

MSU-Northern finished the year with a 6-4 overall dual record but crushed it at home, going undefeated at 4-0 in the Armory Gymnasium. There were many big and exciting moments for the program this season, with the Lights putting up another big show this year as alwa...



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