The University of Montana Western’s football team had a bye week after playing the first half of the season going 2-2 in Frontier Conference play and 2-3 overall.
The University of Montana Western volleyball team hosted Great Falls and Montana State-Northern for their first two home matches of the 2014 season. UMW was unable to break through in the win column dropping both matches 1-3.
The Frontier Conference players of the week have been announced for the week of Sept. 14-20. Montana Western’s Tyler Hulse was named the conferences offensive player of the week.
University of Montana Western women’s basketball head coach, Lindsay Woolley has announced the initial signing for his 2015 recruiting class. He has announced the signing of all-state and MVP performer Britt Cooper of Harrison, Mont.
The University of Montana Western’s volleyball team will be playing on their home court for the first time in 2014 this Thursday. The Bulldogs will play the University of Great Falls on Thursday evening at 7 p.m. in Straugh Gymnasium.
The University of Montana Western football team took on Montana State-Northern on Saturday and rolled to a 50-30 win. The win capped a weekend of celebrations as UMW honored Hall of Fame inductees with a morning ceremony and then halftime recognition of each new member.
The UMW football team heads to Caldwell, Idaho, to take on the College of Idaho for a Frontier Conference game against the newest member of the conference. The Bulldogs are currently 1-2 while the Yotes are 1-0. This is the first home football game in 37 years for the College of Idaho.
The Montana Western volleyball team heads to Helena on Thursday to take on the Saints in the Bulldogs first Frontier match of the 2014 season. They will then travel to Billings and take on Rocky Mountain College on Saturday. UMW finished their non-conference schedule with a 5-4 record.
The University of Montana Western rodeo team competed in Wyoming at the Northwest College Rodeo this past weekend. On Saturday the men won the team competition, while the women finished strong with a second place finish.
The University of Montana Western football team dropped a double overtime thriller to the Rocky Mountain Battlin’ Bears 30-37 Saturday at Dillon's Vigilante Stadium. The defeat takes the Bulldogs to an overall record of 1-2 and a Frontier conference record of 1-1. The Bears move to 2-0 overall, and 1-0 in conference play.