Between the women's and men's Saturday evening home games, the senior basketball players and cheerleaders will be recognized. The nine basketball players represent 723 games played for the Bulldogs and have written themselves into the UMW record books.
The Montana Western Bulldogs avenged a previous road loss to the Montana State University – Northern Lights in a big way, earning a 68-46 win at Straugh Gymnasium.
The visiting Montana State University Northern Skylights used balanced scoring and a stingy defense to defeat the Montana Western Bulldogs 66-33 in Frontier Conference women’s basketball action.
Seven years ago, a group of community members teamed up with the Montana Western women’s basketball program to stage a breast cancer awareness game to honor survivors and increase awareness of the disease.
From t-shirts and a bake sale, the program has grown to include events throughout the month of February, and has generated more than $22,000 in the past five years to support the Southwestern Montana Mammography Program.
Montana Western’s Dexter Williams Jr. was selected Frontier Conference Men’s Basketball Player of the Week for a second time this season.
The University of Montana Western football program has announced its 2015 game schedule. The 10 contests feature only Frontier Conference opponents, with five home and five away games slated.
The Frontier Conference has announced the 2014 Academic All-Conference Football Team. Forty Montana Western student-athletes were recognized, the second highest number of selections of the eight Frontier Conference institutions.
The Montana Western Bulldogs got off to a quick start and never looked back, defeating the Westminster College Griffins 75-64 in Salt Lake City, Utah.
The University of Montana Western women’s basketball program sent a message to the Frontier Conference and NAIA giving the fourth ranked Westminster Griffins all they could handle but falling just short 54-61 in Salt Lake City, Utah.
University of Montana Western volleyball coach Lisa Griffiths has announced the signing of setter Logan Clark of Durango, Colo., to an NAIA Letter of Intent.