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MSU-N BB 2021-22: Lights look poised for a very bright season

Talented Northern men looking forward to a tough, but normal season this winter

 

Last updated 10/20/2021 at 8:47am

Havre Daily News/Colin Thompson

Montana State University-Northern's David Harris shoots in front of an empty Armory Gymnasium during a Frontier Conference game last winter. The Lights are getting ready to start a new season, but also return to somewhat normal as fans will be allowed back in gymnasiums and teams will play full schedules this season, following a year when everything was altered due to COVID-19. Northern opens its season next Tuesday at home against Dickinson State.

Last winter was anything but business as usual for the Montana State University-Northern men's basketball team. Thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic, last season may have been the most unusual in Northern history.

And that's why the Lights, led by Shawn Huse, the winningest coach in Northern history, couldn't be more excited for the start of the new season, which includes a full slate of games, and a return of fans to the famed Armory Gymnasium. Northern is also excited because the Lights should have one very strong team this season.

"It feels like we did not have a season last year," Huse sai...



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