HAVRE — Montana State University-Northern announced that Andrew Rolin will be the next head football coach for the Lights.
Athletic director Christian Oberquell made the announcement in a press release on Friday.
Rolin will succeed Aaron Christensen, who resigned from the same position after the Lights were defeated by Montana Tech 93-19 on Oct. 21. Christensen officially resigned on Oct. 25. The Lights were 2-27 during Christensen's tenure and Jake Eldridge, MSUN's defensive coordinator/strength & conditioning coach, was named interim head coach.
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Rolin was a college quarterback at the University of San Diego, where he played for current University of Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh. Rolin has had assistant coaching stints at San Jose State, Washington and San Diego.
The Lights are coming off of a 1-10 campaign where they went 0-10 in the Frontier Conference. Their lone win came against Mayville State.