Montana Western men’s basketball coach Steve Keller has announced the signing of Jordan Willis, a 6-foot-5 post from Southwest Oregon Community College to an NAIA Letter of Intent.
The Montana Western football program began spring practices last week in Dillon, Montana. The Bulldogs are coming off a 6-5 record last season, which included a 4-0 finish, the best season for the Bulldogs in a decade. The 90 returners have been confined indoors for eight weeks of winter conditioning, so excitement and enthusiasm were in abundance as the team hit the field last Tuesday for the first contact practice.
The Montana Western basketball programs will host four tournaments this spring and summer for participants of all ages, beginning with the Western Classic April 11-12.
The Bulldog football team has scheduled its first spring scrimmage for Saturday, April 4. Following the intra-squad clash, the first annual Bulldog Football Easter Egg Hunt will be held for kids of all ages.
Montana Western men’s basketball players Dexter Williams Jr. and Stephen McCall have been honored as 2014-15 NAIA Division I Men’s Basketball All-American.
The 2015 Daktronics-NAIA Division I Women’s Basketball Scholar-Athlete awards were announced Monday. Three Montana Western players were recognized for their academic achievements.
The Montana Western men’s basketball opened up an early lead but Hope International, the top team in the nation, was able to fight back to end the Bulldogs’ season 72-82.
Montana Western shook of the first round jitters midway through the first half, and claimed a victory over 16 seeded Benedictine 80-77 at the Buffalo Funds-NAIA Men’s Basketball Division I National Championship.
The Montana Western men’s basketball team is making final preparations for their first round matchup at the 2015 Buffalo Funds-NAIA Men’s Basketball National Championship tournament in Kansas City, Mo. The Bulldogs will tip off the sixth game of the 32-team tournament Wednesday evening against Benedictine College.
The Frontier Conference regular season co-champions and tournament runner-up Montana Western Bulldogs have earned a selection to the 2015 Buffalo Funds - NAIA Division I Men’s Basketball National Championship to be held in Kansas City, Mo.