DILLON -- Rocky Mountain College, ranked No. 1 nationally in NAIA women's volleyball, racked up its 19th consecutive win on Friday night, sweeping Montana Western 25-17, 25-13, 25-21 in a Frontier Conference match.
It has been a month, and Rocky Mountain College is still No. 1 in NAIA women's volleyball.
Yang Yang and Ahlea Billis combined for 26 kills on Friday night as top-ranked Rocky Mountain College swept Carroll College 25-16, 25-17, 25-21 in Frontier Conference women's volleyball at the Fortin Center.
Rocky Mountain College volleyball star Yang Yang has adapted to life in Montana pretty well, with maybe one exception.
Rocky Mountain College remained the No. 1 team in the NAIA Top 25 women's volleyball poll for the fourth consecutive week -- and this time it's unanimous.
The victories -- and sweeps -- just keep coming for Rocky Mountain College's top-ranked women's volleyball team.
Top-ranked Rocky Mountain College ran its winning streak to 15 matches on Thursday night by sweeping Lewis-Clark State 25-21, 25-21, 25-22 in Frontier Conference women's volleyball at the Fortin Center.
Rocky Mountain College's top-ranked women's volleyball team will be at home Thursday night for a Frontier Conference match against Lewis-Clark State.
For the third consecutive week, Rocky Mountain College is No. 1 in the NAIA’s Top 25 national women’s volleyball poll.
Rocky Mountain College has certainly gone the distance in women's volleyball over the past two weeks -- flying nearly 7,000 miles -- in seeking out tough competition.
Bruce Parker once described his job as athletic director at Carroll College as the "greatest job ever."
Bruce Parker, who helped Carroll College become one of the most successful NAIA athletic programs in the nation, is returning home to Billings to become the new athletic director at Rocky Mountain College.
As the only Division I basketball recruit on Montana’s all-star roster, a lot of eyes will be on Glendive’s Bryden Boehning this weekend. And Boehning, a 6-foot-10 tower, has one expectation of himself.
Rocky Mountain College will be playing its spring football game and staging its annual Bear Bash on Saturday, April 12.
Robert Beers didn’t waste any words when asked why he was suddenly stepping down as athletic director at Rocky Mountain College.
With the Rocky Mountain College alpine ski-racing team competing and practicing on slopes far away from campus, few people get a chance to cheer for them.
Rocky Mountain College may not be the giant killers this time around in the Frontier Conference men’s basketball tournament, but the Battlin’ Bears’ victories are still pretty dramatic.
When Rocky Mountain College beat the University of Great Falls in a home playoff game in 2009, it was the Battlin’ Bears’ 16th consecutive men’s basketball victory over the Argos.
There are several YouTube videos out there showcasing Tyree Anderson’s monster dunks from the past.
Junior guard Tyree Anderson, who transferred to Rocky from Miles Community College in January 2013, is the Battlin’ Bears’ leading scorer at 18.5 points per game.