(MSU-Northern Media Release) HAVRE — The 33rd Annual Hi-Line Invitational Tournament will open Thursday night at the Armory Gymnasium in Havre. The Class A girls and
GREAT FALLS — The Montana Coaches Association announced it’s 2019 Hall of Fame Class on Monday evening. The three inductees are Bob Howard, Paul Edwards
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.
Exactly 10 years ago today, un-seeded Rocky Mountain College opened the 2009 NAIA Men’s Basketball Championships with a one-point overtime win over No. 13 Freed-Hardeman. No one could have predicted what would happen next.
(UW Athletics release) ARAMIE, Wyo. – Incoming University of Wyoming basketball player Kenny Foster was named Gatorade Colorado Player of the Year over the weekend.
The No. 18 seeded Miles Community College Pioneers saw their brilliant season come to an end Monday in a 65-47 loss to Walters State in the first round of the NJCAA National Tournament.
PORTLAND, Ore. – Senior golfer Shealyn Hafer and baseball freshman Brooks Zimmer are GNAC athletes of the week in their respective sports, the conference announced
(Editor’s note: Story by RMC Athletics) KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Rocky Mountain College’s Brooke Jones and Olivia James were selected as 2019 Daktronics-NAIA DI Women’s
Keven Mackintosh struck out 12 batters to highlight a big day by the Montana State University Billings baseball pitching staff, and the Yellowjackets swept Central Washington University in a Great Northwest Athletic Conference doubleheader at Cowley Legion Field on Sunday.
BILLINGS – Mick Durham has logged a lot of coaching miles. The Three Forks native is one of very few able to play for a
JAMESTOWN, N.D. — University of Providence redshirt senior Dajan Treder earned a third-place finish to lead the Montana contingent at the historic NAIA Women’s National
Shaking off a sloppy defensive performance in Game 1 on Saturday, the Montana State University Billings baseball team rallied from a large deficit to claim Game 2 and split a Great Northwest Athletic Conference doubleheader against Central Washington University at Cowley Legion Field.
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.
Freed-Hardeman made 16 three-pointers – nine in a blistering first half – on their way to an 82-60 win over Lewis-Clark State Saturday in the NAIA Women’s Basketball Championship quarterfinals at Rimrock Auto Arena.
BILLINGS – It ended just before midnight. After trailing by five with inside two minutes left, third-seeded Oklahoma City scored the next nine points to