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Big Sky Conference Tournament Photo Gallery: Women’s 1st Round

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Montana guard McKenzie Johnston (32) drives on Sac State guard Justyce Dawson (4)/by Brooks Nuanez

Sac State guard Maranne Johnson (22)/by Brooks Nuanez

Montana forward Caitlin Lonergan (30)/by Brooks Nuanez

Montana guard Taylor Goligoski (23) defends Sac State’s All-Big Sky forward Hannah Friend (32)/by Brooks Nuanez

Montana second-year head coach Shannon Schweyen/by Brooks Nuanez

Sac State head coach Bunky Harkleroad/by Brooks Nuanez

Montana Lady Griz bench celebrating/by Brooks Nuanez

Southern Utah guard Natalie Sanchez (10)/by Brooks Nuanez

Idaho State point forward Saylair Grandon (3)/ by Brooks Nuanez

Idaho State guard Brooke Blair (12)/by Brooks Nuanez

Southern Utah guard Rebecca Cardenas (2)/by Brooks Nuanez

Idaho State 10th-year head coach Seton Sobolewski/by Brooks Nuanez

Montana State guard Hannah Caudill (23)/ by Brooks Nuanez

North Dakota forward Lexi Klabo (34)/by Brooks Nuanez

Montana State guard Rebekah Hatchard (30)/by Brooks Nuanez

North Dakota head coach Travis Brewster/by Brooks Nuanez

Montana State head coach Tricia Binford/by Brooks Nuanez

Portland State guard Sidney Rielly (2)/ by Brooks Nuanez

Northern Arizona guard Olivia Lucero (11)/by Brooks Nuanez

Portland State guard Ashley Bolston in post with Northern Arizona forward Kaleigh Paplow defending/by Brooks Nuanez

Portland State guard Corey James (15)/by Brooks Nuanez

Northern Arizona head coach Loree Payne/by Brooks Nuanez

Portland State head coach Lynn Kennedy/by Brooks Nuanez

 

 

About Brooks Nuanez

Brooks Nuanez, Director of Operations — Brooks is the co-founder, senior photographer and Director of Operations for Skyline Sports. He is a life-long athlete who enjoys the fierce nature of sports as much as he enjoys the sweet harmony of music. Brooks first gained an interest for photography at a young age, and grew that passion into a craft. Brooks has spent most of his life in Montana, instilling a love for the mountains and the wildlife. The University of Montana alum spent parts of three seasons as a safety for the Grizzly football team while earning a degree in business management, honing his passion for craft beer, people and his entrepreneurial spirit. In July of 2015, Brooks married his lifelong love, Kaila. The couple lives happily in Bozeman with their son Ellis.Brooks can be reached at Brooks.nuanez@gmail.com and followed on Twitter @Brooksnuanez and @SkylineSportsMT.

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