BILLINGS – In just over an hour, the Montana Western women’s basketball team will tip off in the program’s first ever national championship appearance. But you
BILLINGS – It’ll forever be remembered as the season-saving shot at UM Western. And maybe the title-saving shot. With time expiring in Monday’s semifinal, the Bulldogs were
Brianna King hit a three pointer over three defenders at the regulation buzzer to send the game to overtime, and the Bulldogs outscored the No. 1 Freed-Hardeman Lions 12-5 to win 78-71 and advance to the NAIA National Championship game.
Shannon Worster made a layup with 22 seconds left to break a 55-55 tie, followed by two key Montana Western defensive stops to propel the Bulldogs to a 60-55 win over The Master’s University Saturday in the NAIA Women’s Basketball Championship quarterfinals inside Rimrock Auto Arena.
AIA National Player of the Year Brianna King scored 27 points and Britt Cooper added 17 points and 12 rebounds as Montana Western beat Lyon University 70-58 Friday in the second round of the NAIA Women’s Basketball Championships at Rimrock Auto Arena.
BILLINGS – The Frontier Conference is off to a 2-0 start at this year’s NAIA Division I Women’s Basketball National Championships. A slow start didn’t
BILLINGS — The NAIA released on Tuesday that Montana Western’s Brianna King was named the 2019 WCBA NAIA Player of the Year. Her accolades at
(Editor’s note: Women’s Basketball Coaches Association press release) ATLANTA, Georgia – Brianna King of the University of Montana Western is the 2019 WBCA NAIA Player
NAIA women’s basketball national tournament March 13-19 at Rimrock Auto Arena at MetraPark in Billings *all times Mountain Daylight Time Wednesday, March 13 (first round)
GREAT FALLS — Kevin Engellant’s basketball career has spanned four decades and a handful of different positions. He started as a standout player at Geraldine
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The Montana Western women finished the regular season ranked fourth in the nation, according to coaches across the country. The final
BILLINGS — Defending national semifinalist Montana Western highlights five Frontier Conference women’s basketball teams selected to the NAIA Division I national tournament next week, after
Frontier Conference announces men’s basketball honors; Carroll College’s Match Burnham player of the year
(Editor’s note: Frontier Conference release) WHITEFISH — Frontier Conference commissioner Kent Paulson announced the 2018-19 all-conference men’s basketball team, along with individual award winners on
All-Frontier Conference women’s basketball teams unveiled; Brianna King repeats as player of the year
(Editor’s note: Frontier Conference media release) WHITEFISH — Frontier Conference commissioner Kent Paulson announced the league’s 2018-19 women’s all-conference basketball team, as well as individual
DILLON – The Straugh Gymnasium rocked all night long as the Carroll College Fighting Saints and Montana Western Bulldogs met for the Frontier Conference women’s basketball