The University of Montana Western Bulldog summer football scrimmage is scheduled for Saturday, Aug. 13, 2016 at 11 a.m. at Vigilante Field in Dillon, Mont.
It is expected that any start up program would have some growing pains. The first year of competition for the University of Montana Western Cross Country team was no exception. This season has been a different story though. Year two has showed improvement all across the board, including having the record books written in on a couple of occasions.
University of Montana Western Rodeo Head Coach Iola “Olie” Else has announced the schedule for the University of Montana Western Rodeo, which will take place this Friday, Sept. 30 through Sunday, Oct. 2.
The Frontier Conference announced today that Mindy Kaufman (Alta, Wyo./Teton) was selected as the Women’s Cross Country Runner of the Week. She becomes the first runner in school history to be awarded with the honor.
Looking to battle themselves back to a .500 record and first place in the conference, the University of Montana Western Bulldogs (8-8, 3-1) welcomed the No. 25 Lewis-Clark State Warriors (6-7, 2-2) to the Straugh on Sunday afternoon. The Dawgs all-around team performance helped them beat LC State, a team they haven’t beaten in over 10 years, in four sets (25-21, 25-13, 22-25, 25-18).
The University of Montana Western (3-2, 2-2) found themselves back home after two road defeats looking to break their losing streak, and they did just that. Behind an explosive offense and stifling defense, the Dawgs thrashed the MSU-Northern Lights (1-3, 1-2) 50-6 at Vigilante Stadium on Booster Bash Weekend.
Starting off the conference slate 2-0, the Montana Western Bulldogs (7-8, 2-1) were looking to go three for three. A game of costly errors and blown leads ended that goal, as the (RV) Montana Tech Orediggers (9-6, 1-2) took the win 3-1 in front of a raucous crowd at Straugh Gym in Dillon.
The University of Montana Western Rodeo team was back in action this past weekend at the Big Sky Regional Rodeo. The men’s and women’s teams’ combined to win four individual events, while keeping their places relatively secure in the overall standings.
The University of Montana Western football team made the 13-hour trip to Ashland, Ore. with hopes of upending No. 12 Southern Oregon, last year’s national runner-ups. The Raiders had other ideas though, as a touchdown in the last minute dashed those hopes, beating the Bulldogs 24-20 in front of 2310 fans at Raider Stadium.
Matt Strickland has been named as the associate head coach for the Montanan Western men’s basketball team, head coach Steve Keller announced today.
Tony Nakashima has been named as the assistant coach for the Montana Western women’s basketball team, head coach Lindsay Woolley announced today.