• 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

  • Miners stay hot, take down Bucks in Bozeman

    Miners stay hot, take down Bucks in Bozeman0

    BOZEMAN — A two-run home run by Quinn Summers proved to be the difference Wednesday night as the Butte Miners stayed hot with a 5-4 win over the Bozeman Bucks. The scheduled nine-inning game counts in Eastern AA standings. Summers’ blast to left field capped a three-run fifth inning and put the Miners up 5-1.

  • Big Sky Conference hires new commissioner0

    OGDEN, Utah — The Big Sky Conference announced today the appointment of a new commissioner, Andrea Williams. “We are thrilled Andrea has agreed to be the next commissioner,” said Scott L. Wyatt, chair of the President’s Council of the Big Sky Conference, and President of Southern Utah University. “She will bring new energy and vision

  • Williams, Estey take home Frontier weekly honors0

    Dexter Williams Jr. of Montana Western and Katie Estey of Carroll College were named the Frontier Conference Basketball Players of the Week, the league announced today. Williams, a 6-foot-4 senior forward from Jacksonville, Florida, took home the men’s honor after helping No. 25 Western split a weekend home series. The Bulldogs beat Montana Tech 80-47

  • MSU, Eastern Washington top Big Sky preseason polls0

    PARK CITY, Utah — The battle for the 2015 Big Sky Conference football championship figures to be led by a two-horse race between Montana State and Eastern Washington, as the coaches and media were split between the two as slight favorites in the preseason polls. The Bobcats narrowly topped the coaches’ poll, while defending champion

  • Big Sky basketball tournament heads to Reno0

    OGDEN, Utah — The Big Sky Conference and the Reno-Sparks Convention and Visitors Authority announced Friday a three-year agreement that will bring the league’s basketball championships to Reno, Nevada. Starting in 2016, the Big Sky Conference Men’s and Women’s Basketball Championships will be played downtown at the Reno Events Center. The REC was constructed in


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