• Erika McLeod wins sixth Big Sky championship

    Erika McLeod wins sixth Big Sky championship0

    MISSOULA — Six for six. Montana entered six athletes into the multi-events and came away with points from all six athletes on Thursday, with Erika McLeod (heptathlon) and Brendan Thurber-Blaser (decathlon) winning Big Sky Conference titles. The performances give Montana an early lead in the standings. In addition to Thurber-Blaser, freshman Aidan Diggs finished third and Josh

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  • McLeod ‘killed it’ as Grizzlies open Big Sky

    McLeod ‘killed it’ as Grizzlies open Big Sky1

    MISSOULA — Montana waited 10 years to host the Big Sky Championships, and based off of Wednesday’s early showing, the Grizzlies have been ready to perform on the big stage at home. Wednesday featured a terrific start to the Big Sky Conference Outdoor Track & Field Championships for the Grizzlies. In addition to good weather,

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  • McLeod, Oguine take home top Grizzly honors

    McLeod, Oguine take home top Grizzly honors0

    MISSOULA — Montana held its annual Scholar-Athlete Honors Banquet on Monday evening, and coming away with the top individual honors were Erika McLeod (track & field) and Michael Oguine, who were named this year’s Grizzly Cup award winners. Highlighting many of Montana’s most-recognized student-athletes over nearly a century, the annual award is given to the top all-around senior

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  • Grizzly Mijah McLeod PR’s at MSU Open

    Grizzly Mijah McLeod PR’s at MSU Open0

    BOZEMAN — While the majority of Montana’s track & field athletes were in California this weekend, the Grizzlies sent five athletes to compete at the MSU Open in Bozeman. Senior Dillon May ran a personal best in the 1,500 meters, placing 11th out of 19 runners with an adjusted time of 4:08.50. He also ran the 800

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  • Abby Dodge has big day for Grizzly track team

    Abby Dodge has big day for Grizzly track team0

    MISSOULA — Montana split its squad on Saturday, sending a handful of competitors to Los Angeles while hosting a home tournament against fellow Treasure State athletes. Both locations saw several encouraging results, including 19 event wins in Missoula. Early on this season, the women’s side has paced the Grizzlies, highlighted by some of the Big

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  • Injury forces McLeod to miss nationals

    Injury forces McLeod to miss nationals0

    MISSOULA — Unfortunately for Montana track star Erika McLeod, her first trip to nationals ended before it began. The pentathlete, ranked No. 11 in the entire nation, had to pull out of this week’s NCAA Championships after a recent MRI revealed a calf strain. McLeod initially injured her calf during the Big Sky Championships, forcing

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