WHITEFISH — Dave Gantt has served as the University of Providence’s vice president for athletics since 2016, helping orchestrate robust growth for the private university
Montana State Bobcats offensive coordinator Matt Miller seems to thrive wherever he goes. Miller sat down with MTN Sports this past spring to discuss his new role, his relationship with head coach Jeff Choate, and how married life is treating him almost one year in.
BOZEMAN — Just more than a decade ago, Bobby Daly was tackling his way to an all-American season on the football field at Montana State.
Sunday Conversation: Great Falls CMR alum Jon Kasper ‘blessed’ to be Big Sky Conference associate commissioner
BOISE — Jon Kasper has long been a sports fanatic. Originally from North Dakota, Kasper moved to Great Falls in the late 1980s and played
HELENA — When Troy Purcell was named the 21st head coach in Carroll College football history back in December, it was a return home for
Sunday Conversation: Polson’s Melinda Withrow transitioning from professional athlete to teacher, coach
POLSON — Melinda (Owen) Withrow was a state champion pole vaulter during her time at Polson High School, claiming the 2003 State A girls title.
POLSON — Larry Smith was the head coach of the Polson softball team for 31 years before announcing his retirement in 2018. Smith led Polson
MISSOULA — Kent Haslam was named the University of Montana director of athletics in 2012. During that time, UM has gone through a number of
MISSOULA — Shann Schillinger is one of the most decorated football players in Montana history. He had a standout high school career at Baker, helping
BOZEMAN — On April 4, 2019 former Montana State standout Danny Sprinkle was hired as the 23rd head men’s basketball coach in Bobcats history. Sprinkle
BILLINGS — Though he wasn’t the most physically gifted or talented football player, John Edwards will always hold a special place in Montana history. He
Donnie Gay wanted to be the world bull riding champion at five years old. But not even the precocious kid from Mesquite, Texas could have predicted the success he’d have in the sport.
BILLINGS — Most people don’t realize Dan Carpenter’s football career started at wide receiver. Actually, it started on the soccer field before he parlayed it
Sunday Conversation: Jake Stuart reflects on rivalries, relationships built from days at Kremlin-Gildford
MALTA — Jake Stuart guided Kremlin-Gildford to back-to-back Class C state boys basketball championships in 1998 and 1999, earning state tournament MVP honors each season.
BILLINGS – Mick Durham has logged a lot of coaching miles. The Three Forks native is one of very few able to play for a