As a wide receiver and student pilot at Rocky Mountain College, Cole Cattelan can't wait for this football season and school year to take off.
With one quick glance around the practice field at Rocky Mountain College, it’s easy to see that there is a lot to like about this year’s Battlin’ Bears football team.
Rocky Mountain College’s recent run of success in football has the Battlin’ Bears in position this fall to make some serious history.
One third of the way through its spring football practices, Rocky Mountain College is making steady improvement.
Wide receiver Andre McCullouch of Rocky Mountain College has been selected as a member of the American Football Coaches Association NAIA All-America Team, which was announced on Wednesday.
Three members of the Rocky Mountain College football team have received NAIA All-America recognition from the Beyond Sports Network.
There were plenty of moments to cheer this fall and numerous performances worth celebrating during the course of Rocky Mountain College’s history-making football season.
Ten Rocky Mountain College football players have been selected for all-Frontier Conference honors, and Battlin' Bear head coach Brian Armstrong has been chosen as the league's coach of the year.
SIOUX CITY, Iowa — They’re both newcomers to a Morningside College football team that has been highly motivated by the disappointment of an overtime loss in last year’s NAIA championship game in Rome, Ga.
Morningside College will take the field Saturday afternoon in Sioux City, Iowa, as the highest-scoring football team in the NAIA this season.
Fall has definitely been a winning season for Rocky Mountain College athletics.
HELENA — In a football game that offered a season’s worth of drama and highlights, Rocky Mountain College wound up losing by a foot.
Senior linebacker Travis Bertelsen of Rocky Mountain College wasn’t about to lose on his home field on Senior Day.
DICKINSON, N.D. — No. 10-ranked Rocky Mountain College started fast and never looked back on Saturday afternoon in beating Dickinson State University 45-7 in Frontier Conference football at the Biesiot Activities Center.
Rocky Mountain College is still in it to win it.
Rocky Mountain College football coach Brian Armstrong isn’t that keen on rehashing history, but his Battlin’ Bears keep making it this season.
Make room for Rocky Mountain College on top of the Frontier Conference football standings.
No. 16 Rocky Mountain College vs. No. 19 MSU Northern
BUTTE — It was some relentless defense that did it for Rocky Mountain College Saturday as the No. 18-ranked Battlin’ Bears fought off No. 21 Montana Tech 13-6 for their first football victory in Butte since 1999.
Looking back over his 12 years as a player, assistant and now head coach in the Frontier Conference, Rocky Mountain College’s Brian Armstrong said the league this season is as tough as he’s ever seen it for football.