• Argos stop Western streak

    Argos stop Western streak0

    GREAT FALLS — Parker Esary scored 24 points and pulled down 12 rebounds Saturday as the University of Providence beat Montana Western 84-67 in a Frontier Conference women’s basketball game at the McLaughlin Center. (Stats) Emilee Maldonado added 22 points for Providence, which stopped Western’s winning streak at four games. Jenna Randich added 13 points,

  • Montana Western unveils 2020 football recruits

    Montana Western unveils 2020 football recruits0

    DILLON —  University of Montana Western head football coach Ryan Nourse announced the signing of 28 student-athletes for the 2020 season. “Our staff worked hard to reach our recruiting goals this off season,” Nourse said. “We added depth and talent to the defensive backfield and bolstered our offensive and defensive lines with this initial group,

  • Dawgs split with Northern

    Dawgs split with Northern0

    DILLON — Montana Western and MSU-Northern split a Frontier Conference doubleheader Thursday night at Straugh Gymnasium. The defending women’s NAIA national champion Bulldogs knocked off Northern 58-45 (stats) in the opener. The Lights topped the Western men 59-54 (stats) in the nightcap. Paige Holmes scored 11 points to lead a balanced Western attack as the

  • Sljivancanin, Edmiston named Frontier POWs

    Sljivancanin, Edmiston named Frontier POWs0

    WHITEFISH — Jovan Sljivancanin of Carroll College and Jansen Edmiston of Lewis-Clark State were named the Frontier Conference basketball players of the week, the league announced this afternoon. Sljivancanin once again received the men’s honor, while Edmiston took home the women’s award. Sljivancanin is a 6-foot-5 sophomore forward from Belgrade, Serbia. Carroll went 2-0 for

  • Dawgs take down Bears

    Dawgs take down Bears0

    DILLON — Five Montana Western players scored in double figures Saturday night as the Bulldogs took down Rocky Mountain College 79-60 in a Frontier Conference men’s basketball game at the Straugh Gymnasium. (Stats) Connor Burkhart led the way with 17 points and seven rebounds for Western which jumped out to a 38-21 first half lead.

  • Thatcher’s 24 not enough for Bears at Western

    Thatcher’s 24 not enough for Bears at Western0

    DILLON — A 24-point performance by Butte Central graduate Kloie Thatcher was not enough for the Rocky Mountain College Battlin’ Bears Saturday night. The defending NAIA national champion Montana Western women’s basketball team saw four players score in double figures, and the Bulldogs beat Rocky 63-56 in a Frontier Conference game at the Straugh Gymnasium.


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