• Western athletic trainer wins national award

    Western athletic trainer wins national award0

    LAS VEGAS — Kaleb Birney has received the National Athletic Trainers (NATA) Young Professional’s Committee National Distinction Award The National Distinction Award is the Young Professionals’ Committee’s highest honor to recognize a young professional athletic trainer who has made an immediate and definitive impact on the athletic training profession at the national, district, state or

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  • Montana Western men land junior college standout

    Montana Western men land junior college standout0

    DILLON — The University of Montana Western head men’s basketball coach Mike Larsen today announced the signing of junior college standout Max Clark to a NAIA Letter of Intent. Clark, a 6-3 point guard from Lawrenceville, Georgia, comes to the Bulldogs after spending the past two seasons at Wallace State Community College in Hanceville, Alabama. Clark

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  • ‘Lucky’ Chris Heard called to MTATA Hall of Fame

    ‘Lucky’ Chris Heard called to MTATA Hall of Fame0

    By Bill Foley Chris Heard considers himself a lucky man. When he was a student and graduate athletic trainer at the University of Montana, Heard just so happened to be there when Dave Dickinson led the Grizzlies to the NCAA-1AA national football title. He made a return trip to Huntington, West Virginia, the next year

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  • Western men sign Utah prep star Cole Lake

    Western men sign Utah prep star Cole Lake0

    DILLON — University of Montana Western head men’s basketball coach Mike Larsen announced today the signing of Utah High School star Cole Lake to an NAIA letter of intent. Lake is a 5-foot-11 guard from Eagle, Idaho, and is the fifth addition to the 2019-20 recruiting class for the Bulldogs. He is a four-year letter

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  • Western’s Kaufman places third at nationals

    Western’s Kaufman places third at nationals0

    Gulf Shores, Ala. — University of Montana Western senior Mindy Kaufman brought her career to a crescendo as she set a school record as she ran her way to a third-place finish in the 5,000 meters (17:32.88) at the NAIA National Championships. Based on available records, Kaufman is the first female track-athlete to podium at

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  • Western women sign transfer from Bemidji State

    Western women sign transfer from Bemidji State0

    DILLON — The University of Montana Western women’s basketball head coach Lindsay Woolley announced today the signing of NCAA Div II transfer Jenni Weber to an NAIA Letter of intent. Weber, a 5-foot-10 guard from Elburn, Ill., transfers to Montana Western after redshirting last season at Bemidji State University, a NCAA Div II school in

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