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'Miracle Mike' one of many who have helped lift up the Skylights during multiple quarantines

Chris Mouat has done all he can to keep his MSU-N women's hoops team together during otherwise isolated times in the pandemic


Last updated 2/3/2021 at 8:54am

Havre Daily News/Colin Thompson/George Ferguson

Montana State University-Northern head coach Chris Mouat talks to the Skylights during a time out in a Frontier Conference game against Carroll College last month in the Armory Gymnasium. Mouat and the Skylights have had time on the court together this season, but also have been in quarantine four times due to the pandemic.

There's been nothing easy about the coronavirus pandemic. It has been a grind for everybody. And that includes the Montana State University-Northern women's basketball team.

While the Skylights have enjoyed time on the court this season and have had some exciting games, they've also had to endure plenty of isolation. Like so many, Northern players have been in quarantine at different points this school year and this season.

In fact, head coach Chris Mouat's team has had to quarantine due to positive COVID-19 tests on four different occasions since October, and that includes just last wee...

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