The upcoming University of Montana Western basketball games will honor members and veterans of the armed forces and raise money for the local mammography program.
University of Montana Western head football coach B.J. Robertson has released the names of 20 student-athletes who have signed Frontier Conference/NAIA Letters of Intent to play football for the Bulldogs and attend classes at Montana Western. The 2014 recruiting class thus far includes 18 players from Montana, one player from California, and one signee from Nevada. With the initial signings of the 2014 class Coach Robertson has added eight offensive lineman, five wide receivers, three defensive lineman, three defensive backs and a linebacker.
DILLON, Mont. – When the Bulldogs and Battlin’ Bears take to the court on Friday night they will be the NAIA game of the week. The Bulldogs are currently ranked No. 25 in NAIA division I while the visiting Bears are No. 16.
Montana Western senior Sammi Bignell was selected as the KXLF’s player of the week for her play versus Rocky Mountain College and Dickinson State.
The University of Montana Western men’s basketball team has been on the road for five straight games and finally come back to Straugh Gymnasium to play four in a row. The opponents this weekend are No. 16 ranked Rocky Mountain College on Friday and Dickinson State on Saturday.
The University of Montana Western women’s basketball team returns to Dillon and the comfort of home and Straugh Gymnasium for a four game home stand after playing five consecutive road games over a three week span. The women's basketball team last played a home game on Jan. 11 when they completed a big comeback with a win over Carroll College.
University of Montana Western head football coach B.J. Robertson has announced the signing of Red Lodge, Mont., senior Aaron Loewen and Chino, Cali., senior Blake Manning to Frontier Conference/NAIA letters of intent.
The University of Montana Western Bulldogs were road warriors for the third straight weekend traveling to Billings, Mont., and Dickinson, N.D. The men dropped the first game of the road trip to Rocky Mountain by a score of 83-73. They were then able to pick up the big win over Dickinson State with a score of 86-75 on Saturday.
The University of Montana Western women’s basketball team hit the road for the third straight weekend to take on two Frontier Conference opponents needing a sweep. The ladies responded and gave head coach Lindsay Woolley exactly what his team needed with a 62-57 win over Rocky Mountain College and a 73-60 win over Dickinson State.
The University of Montana Western head football coach B.J. Robertson has found his offensive coordinator for 2014. Coach Robertson has announced the hiring of Bruce Carpenter from Winona, Minn.