The Montana Western football team returns home this weekend after being on the road for the last two weeks and brings a new national ranking back to Dillon.
The Western Bulldog football team made the 60-mile trip north to Montana Tech into a victorious day. In the first home game for the Orediggers on Saturday, the Bulldogs spoiled the festivities with a nail-biting victory on a late score to come out with a 29-22 win.
During this past weekend’s 55-21 victory over the Dickinson State Blue Hawks, the University of Montana Western football team managed to rack up some impressive stats and set new records.
The University of Montana Western football team opened its 2013 season with a big win at home over Southern Oregon University Raiders, who were ranked 14th in the country entering Saturday’s contest.
The University of Montana Western announced B.J. Robertson as the new Bulldog head football coach. Robertson is a 1998 business education alumnus of Montana Western and played running back for the Bulldog football team.
Frontier Conference commissioner Kent Paulson released the 2012-13 Academic All-Conference Men’s Basketball team on Saturday, March 23. Westminster College led the conference with 11 players selected followed by Montana Western, Montana Tech and the University of Great Falls with five apiece.
Both Westminster and Lewis Clark State fell to the Montana Western Bulldogs on Valentine's Day weekend.
Feb. 21 the Bulldog men and women outscored the University of Great Falls Argonauts in Great Falls, Mont.
Finny's Fight has rallied the support of the UMW campus as well as the Dillon community.
The Bulldog mens and womens teams will close the regular season with games against the Montana Tech Orediggers Feb. 26 at 6 p.m. and 8 p.m. in Butte, Mont.
After winning in Butte, the Bulldogs will play the first round of conference playoffs in Havre and Helena.