• Western AD announces Keller resignation

    Western AD announces Keller resignation0

    Following is a news release from the University of Montana Western: Dillon — The University of Montana Western Director of Athletics Bill Wilson has announced that Steve Keller has resigned as head men’s basketball coach. Keller, who just completed his eleventh season as head coach of the Bulldogs, announced that he is resigning to take

  • Report: Keller leaving Western for Providence

    Report: Keller leaving Western for Providence0

    Montana Western men’s basketball coach Steve Keller is reportedly leaving the school to take the same position at the University of Providence in Great Falls. Slim Kimmel of MontanaSports.com broke the story today. Keller has not responded to messages about the news, and the school has made no announcements. Keller would replace Anthony Owens, who

  • Diggers, Bulldogs, Saints named Scholar Athletes

    Diggers, Bulldogs, Saints named Scholar Athletes0

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) announced the 2017-18 Daktronic-NAIA Women’s Basketball Scholar Athletes today, and five Montana Tech players made the list. Three players from Montana Western and Carroll College also made the grade. In order to be nominated by an institution, a student-athlete must maintain a minimum grade

  • Western women end run in NAIA semifinals

    Western women end run in NAIA semifinals0

    BILLINGS — Montana Western’s season came to an end Monday night in the semifinals of the NAIA National Tournament. Freed-Hardman (Tennessee) outscored the Bulldogs 19-6 in the first quarter on its way to a 61-50 win over Western at the Metra. (Stats) Sandrea Sylman scored 24 points to lead Freed-Hardman (32-4), which will play for

  • Western men fall short

    Western men fall short0

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The season came to an end one game short of the Final Four for the Montana Western men’s team Saturday night. Graceland (Iowa) jumped out to a 43-27 halftime lead and held on to beat the Bulldogs 86-82 in a quarterfinal game at Municipal Auditorium. (Stats) Three Graceland players scored in

  • King leads Western women to NAIA Final Four

    King leads Western women to NAIA Final Four0

    BILLINGS — Brianna King broke her own school scoring record Saturday, and the Montana Western women’s basketball team is headed the Final Four. King poured in 40 points to lead the Bulldogs to a 74-61 win over Menlo (California) in the quarterfinals of the NAIA National Tournament at the Metra. (Stats) The junior from Spokane

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