Female athletes Brianna DeCock, Dylan Fowler, Jade Gorrell and Molly Klinker each have their own struggles and triumphs, but push through it all to be successful in their sport of choice as well as in the classroom. The demonstrate passion just as freshman Dylan Fowler is showing in the picture above.
Tuesday's Bulldog Athlete Profile spotlights three football players and one volleyball player who are all at the end or nearing the end of their college careers.
Coach Lindsay Woolley has announced the signing of Josie Sewell and Jill Jacobs to NAIA Letters of Intent.
Siblings Jessica and Jake Partner finished second place in team roping despite record breaking rain fall in Miles City over the weekend. Photo Courtesy of Jackie Jensen.
Twin brothers Scott and Tim Mundaniohl from Boulder, Mont., came to Montana Western together and were seniors on this seasons Bulldog football team.
The Bulldogs are prepared for the off-season and were able to took one last look at the complete team before the start of the 2016 regular season.
Featured in today's Bulldog Athlete Profile, you will find four junior football players headed into their final spring game and season. Two of them, Tyler Murray and Seth Mason were high school teammates and are pictured above.
Today's student-athletes being profiled are Jake McElroy, John Munger, Jay Owens and Jon Verlanic.
The Women's Basketball team is working on becoming one big family, it certainly makes it easier to accomplish with three Bignell's; Sierra, Frankie and Kaye on their roster.
The featured freshmen for this episode are Cree Minkoff, Jacque Cuttlers, Britt Cooper and Madison Waters.
The first volume of the Bulldog Athlete Profile series that is written by athletic department intern Ashley Mathis. Today's profiles includes three senior Cheerleaders; Annie Couch, Shayla Wood and Ashley Mathis.
The Bulldogs past and present invite all alumni and general public to watch join in this year's Alumni Weekend festivities.
Montana Western adds talent depth across the board in their most recent group of signess.
Tess Turk accepting the Women's All-Around award for her performances at the first rodeo at Montana State. Photos courtesy of Jackie Jensen.
Griffiths will be an assistant coach at NCAA Division II Rollins College in Winter Park, Fla.
Brian Neal will join the Bulldog basketball team after a successful two-year career at Olympic College in Bremerton, Wash.
Deane will add size and athleticism to the Western men who are graduating six seniors. Photo Credit: Pat Sutphin/Post Register
Montana Western women add talented Montana prep standout for the 2016-17 basketball season.
Aniese Palmore, Dexter Williams, Jr. and Shyke Smalls earn All-American accolades for their performances this season.
Lady Bulldogs have success in the classroom.
Samantha Hubbard and Caitlyn Lane are the first cheer signees for the 2016-17 season.
Senior Connor Woodill finished with career-highs in points (31), field goals made (11) and three-pointers made (7) in a loss at the NAIA National Championships.
Montana Western will start their journey to Kansas City, Mo. on Sunday, March 13.
Senior Sierra Higheagle repeated as an all-conference performer.
Kiarra Johnson is the first signee of the year for Montana Western volleyball.
DILLON, Mont., March 8, 2016 – The University of Montana Western Cheer Squad will hold open gyms and tryouts on the campus of Montana Western.
Dexter Williams, Jr. repeats as a first-team all-Frontier Conference selection, Shyke Smalls and Demitrius Balark earn their first honor.
Dexter Williams, Jr. drives to the basket for his 1,000th career point.
The University of Montana Western has launched a national search for the provost and vice chancellor for academic affairs position.