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They get to run: MSU-N cross country teams charge into fall

Lights, Skylights host season- opening Frontier Preview Meet Friday

 

September 10, 2020

Havre Daily News/Colin Thompson

Montana State University-Northern's Kai Krumwiede runs through a snowstorm during a Northern cross country meet last September in Havre. The weather should be much better for Northern's home meet Friday at Prairie Farms Golf Course. The Lights and Skylights host the Frontier Conference Preview Meet, which kicks off the fall cross country season. The NAIA moved the cross country national championships to April, but the Frontier is going ahead with a fall season. In fact, cross country and golf are the only two sports to be played in the fall in the Frontier this year due to COVID-19.

It's going to be a quiet fall in the Frontier Conference, and for much of the NAIA for that matter. But, not for the Montana State University-Northern cross country teams.

Though the NAIA moved the 2020 cross country national championships to next spring, the Frontier is going forward with its fall season, and for Northern head coach Chad Spangler, and the Lights and Skylights, that fall starts Friday morning in Havre.

Northern plays host to the Frontier Conference Preview Meet at Prairie Farms Golf Course, and the meet marks the start of a five-week season where meets are held every othe...



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