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No.17 Montana Western Hangs on to Beat No.15 Hope International 73-72

Chandler, Ariz. – The 17th ranked Bulldogs (9-1, 2-0) took down another nationally ranked opponent, this time it was 15th ranked Royals of Hope International University’s (8-3) turn to fall, as the Bulldogs won 73-72 in the opening game of the Cactus Classic for both teams.

(read more)No.17 Montana Western Hangs on to Beat No.15 Hope International 73-72

Riley King signs with Montana Western basketball

 

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Montana Western men’s basketball coach Steve Keller recently announced the signing of Riley King to an NAIA letter of intent.

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Dominic Robinson signs with Montana Western hoops

Head Coach Steve Keller expects Dominic Robinson to make an immediate impact for the Bulldog men's basketball team.

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Bulldog Athlete Profiles: Volume 10, Gym Rats

The four student-athletes profiled today call Straugh Gymnasium their second home. With all of their practices, games and free time spent in the gym working on their game to put on a good show for the fans, you could say they are gym rats.

(read more)Bulldog Athlete Profiles: Volume 10, Gym Rats

Bulldog basketball lands junior college transfer

Brian Neal will join the Bulldog basketball team after a successful two-year career at Olympic College in Bremerton, Wash.

(read more)Bulldog basketball lands junior college transfer

Bulldog basketball signs Idaho Falls standout

Deane will add size and athleticism to the Western men who are graduating six seniors. Photo Credit: Pat Sutphin/Post Register

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Three Bulldog hoopers named NAIA All-Americans

Aniese Palmore, Dexter Williams, Jr. and Shyke Smalls earn All-American accolades for their performances this season.

(read more)Three Bulldog hoopers named NAIA All-Americans

No. 9 William Penn ends Bulldogs season in Kansas City

Senior Connor Woodill finished with career-highs in points (31), field goals made (11) and three-pointers made (7) in a loss at the NAIA National Championships.

(read more)No. 9 William Penn ends Bulldogs season in Kansas City