It will be different, but, Frontier volleyball is back

2021 Frontier Conference Spring Volleyball Preview


Last updated 1/28/2021 at 11:50am

Havre Daily News/Colin Thompson

Montana State University-Northern's Rylee Burmester and Tammy Maddock go for a block during a 2019 Frontier Conference volleyball match that November. That match was the Skylight's last home game, as the entire 2020 campaign was wiped out due to the coronavirus pandemic. Now, though, the Frontier Conference is bringing volleyball back, with a special 20-game season that is set to start this weekend. For a full preview of the 2021 Skylights, see Friday's Havre Daily News.

It's been 15 months since the Providence Argos won the 2019 Frontier Conference volleyball championship. That sounds like it wouldn't be right, but in fact, it is. Because of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, Frontier volleyball has been on hold.

Now, though, after an entire fall, and more than a year without it, volleyball is back, as the league begins a special spring season.

Of course, there will be so much different about this season, including the fact that it is in the spring, and that teams haven't really played volleyball in over year. Add to that the schedule, where, now, teams...

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