Lights fall behind early in loss to Montana Tech
Last updated 1/14/2022 at 8:48am
The Montana State University-Northern Lights have been playing well to begin competition in the Frontier Conference but they could not keep up their level of play on Thursday night at Armory Gymnasium when they faced Montana Tech. While the Lights had moments of strong play, they fell behind early and lost, 77-65, to the Orediggers.
"I didn't think we were very sharp," MSU-N head coach Shawn Huse said. "We're a better team than we played tonight. We hate not playing well at home."
The Lights started the game on the right note with a 3-pointer from Mascio McCadney but the Orediggers score...