• Big Sky officially postpones football season

    Big Sky officially postpones football season0

    FARMINGTON, Utah — Due to continuing concerns related to the COVID-19 global pandemic, the Big Sky Conference is postponing its fall 2020 football season to spring 2021. The conference’s Presidents’ Council convened Thursday and voted to move forward in this manner. “The health and safety of our students is our top priority, and ultimately that

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  • Big Sky to suspend all activity on election day

    Big Sky to suspend all activity on election day0

    FARMINGTON, Utah — The Big Sky Conference will provide all of its teams with a day off from required athletically related activities on Tuesday, Nov. 3, 2020, when the U.S. Presidential and other elections will be held. The conference’s Student-Athlete Advisory Committee recommended this initiative, which the league’s athletic directors unanimously approved. Comprised of two

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  • ROOT SPORTS to air classic Big Sky football

    ROOT SPORTS to air classic Big Sky football0

    SEATTLE — ROOT SPORTS announced today that the network will begin airing classic Big Sky Conference football games on April 4. The network will air 30 classic games throughout the month. The first classic airing on April 4 at 2:30 p.m. (Mountain Time) will be Montana at Eastern Washington from Sept. 29, 2012. The Eagles

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  • Big Sky suspends athletic activities through May 15

    Big Sky suspends athletic activities through May 150

    FARMINGTON, Utah — Following a vote today by its Presidents’ Council, the Big Sky Conference has cancelled all practices and workouts for its athletic departments through May 15. This action includes the cancellation of all spring football practices that had not yet been completed. Big Sky institutions continue to retain the option to provide support

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  • Big Sky Conference cancels all spring competitions

    Big Sky Conference cancels all spring competitions0

    Farmington, Utah — Following a unanimous vote by its Presidents’ Council, the Big Sky Conference has canceled all of its competitions and championships for the remainder of the 2020 spring sports season, the conference office announced today. In addition, practices and workouts for all teams in every Big Sky sponsored sport have been suspended. Big

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  • Darko-Kelly named POW

    Darko-Kelly named POW0

    WHITEFISH — Zaccheus Darko-Kelly of the University of Providence was selected the Frontier Conference’s Men’s Basketball Player of the Week, the league announced Monday. Darko-Kelly is a 6-foot-6 junior forward from Great Falls. Providence went 2-0 at the Bill Himmelberg Memorial Classic. The Argos beat No. 8 Northwest University (Wash.) 112-104 and 98-94 over Dickinson

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