Frosh forward Jordan Hasquet only averaged 6.7 ppg and 3.7 rpg this year, but he saved his best performances for Montana's biggest conference rival. Against Northern Arizona, he went 10 and 9 in their first meeting
, dropped 30 points in the schedule-ending message game
against the regular-season champs, then delivered a devastating double-double in the championship last night. It was such a hot performance, it set off the fire alarms
at the J. Walkup Skydome. But there's no setting the sprinklers on the Grizzlies' parade; they're going back to the Dance.
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