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Rocky Mountain College is in the running to be the host institution for the NAIA Women's Division I Basketball National Championships beginning in March 2015, according to Rocky athletic director Robert Beers.
Sonny Holland will receive the Ron "Swede" Kenison Memorial Award Saturday in Helena during a ceremony at the Carroll College-Dickinson State football game.
The Frontier Conference announced on Friday night that Dickinson State University will no longer be a member of the NAIA league, effective July 1, 2014.
After suffering through a disappointing string of setbacks over the years, it looks like Rocky Mountain College has truly rekindled its rivalry against Carroll College in athletics.
Former Rocky Mountain College football coach Frank Mathew will be posthumously honored as the Ron "Swede" Kenison Memorial Award winner Thursday night during halftime of the Rocky-Carroll College men's basketball game at the Fortin Center.
BUTTE — Montana Tech athletic director Joe McClafferty has been selected the 2011-2012 Frontier Conference athletic director of the year, according to commissioner Kent Paulson.
HELENA — The College of Idaho is joining the Frontier Conference as a football-only member in the fall of 2014, when it revives its football program after a 35-year absence.
With some surprising road victories shaking up the standings, it has indeed been a crazy and unpredictable first half of Frontier Conference football.
The Frontier Conference Tuesday announced the conference-wide Webcast Sports Initiative, which will bring all athletic events at each member school to the web for viewing by fans far and wide for free for the 2011-2012 season.
HELENA — Carroll College has won its second straight Frontier Conference all-sports award.
Officials from four colleges located in North Dakota, Oregon and California will gather in Billings Monday for two days of discussions with their Frontier Conference counterparts over the possibility of their institutions competing athletically in the Frontier in the near future.
The Frontier Conference has talked for years about the possibility of adding schools from the Dakota Athletic Conference to its sports landscape.
HELENA — Four schools in three states have applied to join the Montana-based Frontier Conference, league commissioner Kent Paulson said Tuesday.
HAVRE — Frontier Conference commissioner Kent Paulson said Friday the league has received an application from Southern Oregon to compete in football and wrestling, while Dickinson State (N.D.) has said it plans to apply for full membership.
After more than two months of discussion, expansion talk around the Frontier Conference is about to get a whole lot louder.