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.
University of Montana Western head cross-country coach Lynn Reynolds has announced the 2015 competition schedule.
University of Montana Western Athletic Director Ryan Nourse has announced the schedule of events for the 2015 Bulldog Athletic Association Scholarship Scramble, which will take place June 19-20.
The Montana Western Bulldogs entered the Fortin Center at Rocky Mountain College with just one Frontier Conference win there in the past 11 years. They would leave without a win again as the Bears blew the game open early and coasted to a 100-86 win.
The Bulldogs of the University of Montana Western made a move in the Frontier Conference standings with a 60-48 win at Rocky Mountain College.
University of Montana Western women’s basketball head coach Lindsay Woolley announced the signing of 6-foot-1 inch Darby Schye of Malta, Mont. to an NAIA Letter of Intent.
Eight members of the Bulldog Volleyball team were recognized by the Frontier Conference as members of the 2014 Academic All-Conference Team. All six seniors on the 2014 Montana Western squad were honored for their academic achievement, and they were joined by two underclassmen.