• Coaches, media pick Eagles to win Big Sky football

    Coaches, media pick Eagles to win Big Sky football0

    From the Big Sky Conference SPOKANE, Wash. —  Returning 18 starters and seven All-Big Sky performers, Eastern Washington has been named the favorite to win the 2018 Big Sky Conference race by the league’s 13 head coaches and selected media from across the region the league announced today. Under second-year head coach Aaron Best, Eastern

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  • Eastern Washington wins Big Sky Presidents’ Cup

    Eastern Washington wins Big Sky Presidents’ Cup0

    OGDEN, Utah — The Big Sky Conference Presidents’ Cup winner for the 2017-18 school year is the Eagles of Eastern Washington University, the league announced Wednesday. In its 16th year, the Presidents’ Cup promotes the Big Sky’s commitment to academics and recognizes a member school’s overall success both in the classroom and in competition. The

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  • Dodge, Hoagland, McGree earn academic honors

    Dodge, Hoagland, McGree earn academic honors0

    OGDEN, Utah — The Big Sky Conference announced its 2018 Spring All-Academic Teams Monday, and three Butte natives made the grade. Hailey Hoagland and Abby Dodge of the University of Montana earned the honor along with Rachael McGree of Montana State University. In all, 637 student-athletes made the teams. “I’d like to congratulate all of

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  • MSU’s Andersen named Freshman of the Year

    MSU’s Andersen named Freshman of the Year0

    OGDEN, Utah — The Big Sky Conference has three teams competing in postseason play, as it has announced its Football All-Conference team and individual award winners for 2017. The All-Conference teams and individual award winners were selected by the 13 league head coaches and released by the league office Tuesday. UC Davis junior wide receiver

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  • Three Big Sky football teams are playoff bound

    Three Big Sky football teams are playoff bound0

    OGDEN, Utah (November 19, 2017) – Three Big Sky teams heard their names called today when the NCAA Division I Football Championship Committee released the 24-team field. Co-Big Sky Champions Southern Utah and Weber State, along with Northern Arizona will represent the conference in postseason play. Weber State vs. Western Illinois Saturday, Nov. 25 at

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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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