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Montana Western rodeo well represented at Circuit Finals

Montana Western rodeo was represented by 14 current and former athletes at the Montana PRCA Pro Rodeo Circuit Finals held in Great Falls, Mont. Jan 16-18, 2015.

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Two rodeo athletes accepted to medical school

Current Montana Western rodeo athlete Justinn Marshall and rodeo alum Tyler Wines each received word that they have been accepted to the University of Washington's regional medical education program WWAMI.

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Bulldogs escape with win

The University of Montana Western Bulldogs relied on solid free throw shooting down the stretch to pull away from the Westminster Griffins 73-64 at Straugh Gymnasium.

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Bulldogs fall to Griffins

The University of Montana Western women’s basketball team battled the nation's number 5 squad falling to Westminster College 45-60 in Frontier Conference action.

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Helena's Garrett signs with Bulldog basketball

Henry Garrett a 6-foot-8 Helena High product has signed an NAIA Letter of Intent to join the University of Montana Western men’s basketball program.

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Volleyball adds Idaho prep standout

University of Montana Western volleyball coach Lisa Griffiths announced the signing of Kyra Palmer, of Kimberly Idaho, to an NAIA Letter of Intent for the 2015 season. 

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Bulldog men continue to roll

Montana Western had a big night from its big man and held off Carroll College 77-66 in Frontier Conference play at Straugh Gymnasium.

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Bulldogs scare Carroll but fall just short

The Montana Western Bulldogs gave NAIA number 24 all they could handle but ran out of time losing 59-64 to the Saints.

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Bulldogs defeat Bears in top 25 matchup

The highly anticipated matchup between top 25 teams delivered on all fronts as the Montana Western Bulldogs defeated the Rocky Mountain Bears 74-71 in Straugh Gymnasium.

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Cold shooting, turnovers plague Bulldog women

The University of Montana women’s basketball team opened Frontier Conference play with a 51-76 loss to Rocky Mountain College.

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