TUKWILA, Wash. -- Conference player of the year Isabel Farrell scored in the 34th minute Thursday and third-seeded Seattle Pacific beat second-seeded Montana State Billings 1-0 in a semifinal match at the Great Northwest Athletic Conference women's soccer championships.
The men's basketball teams from Rocky Mountain College and Montana State Billings will cross paths Wednesday night in Rocky's Fortin Center.
The men's and women's cross country teams at Montana State Billings will be in Monmouth, Ore., on Saturday to compete in the GNAC championships.
North Dakota State quarterback Carson Wentz (11) looks to pass during 34-14 victory over FBS Iowa State on Aug. 30.
North Dakota State defensive end Kyle Emanuel (53) reacts with teammates after making a tackle during the second half of an upset victory over FBS Iowa State on Aug. 30.
MISSOULA -- Montana men’s basketball coach Wayne Tinkle announced Wednesday that Nick Emerson and Keron DeShields will be pursuing new playing opportunities and won’t be returning to the Grizzlies in 2014-15.
MISSOULA — While a group of athletic boosters pushes the University of Montana to appeal sanctions handed down last year by the NCAA, the school’s athletic program continues to comply with the penalties nine months after they were imposed.
Another year of March Madness and another year of alarming statistics on graduation rates for black men in Division I athletics. And, more than likely, another collective ho-hum, “Get me another beer, it’s March Madness,” from the faithful.
It’s been eight months since the Montana football program incurred a checklist of self-imposed NCAA penalties that included a loss of scholarships, but the issue might not be settled.
RED RIVER, N.M. -- Rocky Mountain College freshman Frida Svedberg finished 11th on Saturday in the women's slalom at the Jade Enterprises/University of New Mexico Invitational at Red River.
Billings West graduate Mary Osborne competed for Stanford in 1980 and made the U.S. Olympic team. She never got to go Moscow, however, when President Jimmy Carter ordered a boycott of the Olympics due to the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan.
BOZEMAN -- NCAA president Mark Emmert will be the featured speaker for Montana State’s Triangle Classic spring football weekend in Great Falls in April.
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. -- Soccer standout Oliver Gore of Rocky Mountain College will report to the 2014 adidas MLS Player Combine next Thursday and began competing in matches on Friday.
BOZEMAN -- The men's cross country team at Rocky Mountain College placed seventh out of 11 teams at the Bozeman Running Company XC Invitational Saturday at Bridger Creek Golf Course.
Together, they’ve taken a lot of the heat for the NCAA’s investigation into the University of Montana football program.
So the NCAA finally (finally) levied its punishment on the Montana football program today, which meant an official end to the investigation(s). Twenty months after this saga began, the NCAA handed down a number of sanctions concurrent with self-imposed punishments the athletic department laid out.
CASPER, Wyo. — In March 2009, University of Wyoming volleyball coach Carrie Yerty offered financial help to one of her incoming players.
MISSOULA — Annette Rocheleau, the longest-tenured assistant in NCAA women's basketball, is stepping down from the University of Montana coaching staff at the end of June.
LARAMIE — The NCAA has denied granting another year of eligibility to senior Wyoming safety Luke Ruff.