• Pinkerton leaving Griz to take over at Iowa State

    Pinkerton leaving Griz to take over at Iowa State0

    MISSOULA — Jamie Pinkerton, who needed just three seasons to take the Montana softball program from startup to champion, was announced as Iowa State’s new head coach on Wednesday morning. The 2016 and ’17 Big Sky Conference Coach of the Year, Pinkerton was an assistant at Iowa State for four years before being hired by

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  • Kidder signs with Patriots, nine Griz on NFL rosters

    Kidder signs with Patriots, nine Griz on NFL rosters0

    NFL training camp gets underway this week, and nine former Montana Grizzlies will be suiting up for nine different teams around the league this year. Montana’s most recent signee is Caleb Kidder, who was signed by the Minnesota Vikings as an undrafted free agent soon after the NFL Draft on April 29, only to be

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  • North Dakota picked to win Big Sky football

    North Dakota picked to win Big Sky football0

    PARK CITY, Utah — The North Dakota Fighting Hawks were the Big Sky’s surprise story in 2016, going 8-0 and sharing the league title with Eastern Washington. The Fighting Hawks are expected to surprise no one in the 2017 season, as the league’s coaches and media selected North Dakota to repeat as Big Sky champions

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  • Battle of Old Works highlights Griz golf slate

    Battle of Old Works highlights Griz golf slate0

    MISSOULA — The Battle at Old Works, a two-day tournament that the Montana women’s golf program will co-host with Montana State, highlights the Grizzlies’ 2017-18 schedule that was finalized recently by third-year coach Matt Higgins. The tournament will be held at Old Works Golf Club in Anaconda on Monday and Tuesday, Sept. 11-12, and will

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  • Montana women’s track team runners up once again

    Montana women’s track team runners up once again0

    SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Despite scoring 75 points on Saturday and winning a pair of individual titles, the Montana women’s track and field team came up short in its quest to win the team trophy at the Big Sky Conference championships. Results The Grizzlies totaled 116 points for the meet, their second-highest total in Big Sky

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  • Griz in third at Big Sky track championships

    Griz in third at Big Sky track championships0

    SACRAMENTO, Calif. — The Montana women’s track and field team got scoring from nine different athletes on Friday, and the Grizzlies’ 41 points through three days of the Big Sky Conference track and field championships at Sacramento, Calif., has them in third place. Results Heading into Saturday, when a bulk of the meet’s available points

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