Records rarely matter when the University of Montana Western Bulldogs and Montana Tech Orediggers meet up to contest for the Digger-Dawg Cup, but the always-anticipated matchup between the I-15 rivals carried a bit more weight tonight as the teams were each seeking to end a lengthy losing streak. The Bulldogs came out hot and held off the Diggers down the stretch to secure the 76-71 win.
The Bulldogs of the University of Montana Western stopped a two game skid with a 90-74 win over Lewis-Clark State College.
The women’s basketball team of Montana Western turned up the offensive output, but Lewis-Clark State College proved to be too much too handle as the Bulldogs fell 69-77 in Frontier Conference action.
University of Montana Western women’s basketball head coach Lindsay Woolley announced the signing of 5-foot-10 guard Brandy Bookout of Sandy, Utah to a NAIA Letter of Intent.
The Montana Pro Rodeo Hall and Wall of Fame will recognize the University of Montana Western at its annual awards banquet Jan. 31 in Billings, Mont.
University of Montana Western volleyball coach Lisa Griffiths announced the signing of 6-foot-1-inch hitter Kylie McCree, of Belgrade Mont., to a 2015 NAIA Letter of Intent.
The University of Montana Western men’s basketball program dropped its second straight road game, falling 84-89 to the University of Great Falls.
The University of Montana Western women’s basketball team took the floor at the University of Great Falls ready to play the spoiler but saw their chances fade in the closing minutes, losing 63-71.
As has been the case for most of Coach Steve Keller’s eight year tenure, the University of Montana Western men’s basketball team trekked north to find the MSU-Northern Lights ready to play the spoiler. The Bulldogs suffered their first conference light and saw their 13 game win streak end in a 68-56 loss to the Lights.
The University of Montana Western women’s basketball team entered Armory Gymnasium looking for its first win of the Frontier Conference season. The Bulldogs ran into a Skylight team on a roll, falling 60-37.