• Dawgs maul Bears

    Dawgs maul Bears0

    BILLINGS —  Kylar Prante ran for 187 yards and two touchdowns, and Joe Caicedo returned a pair of fumbles for scores Saturday as Montana Western routed No. 24 Rocky Mountain Collete 38-7 on the Herb Klindt Field. (Stats) Prante, a junior who carried the ball 29 times, reached the century mark for the first time

  • Western players sweep Frontier volleyball honors

    Western players sweep Frontier volleyball honors0

    WHITEFISH — Montana Western student-athletes swept the selected Frontier Conference Volleyball Players of the Week awards, the league announced today. The honors come after Montana Western went 3-1 at the Kansas Wesleyan tournament. The Bulldogs beat Kansas Wesleyan 3-2, Dakota State (S.D.) 3-2 and Friends University (Kan.) 3-1, and lost to No. 12 Columbia (Mo.)

  • Carroll, Western players named Frontier POWs

    Carroll, Western players named Frontier POWs0

    WHITEFISH — Students-athletes from Carroll College and Montana Western were selected Frontier Conference Football Players of the Week, the league announced today. Offensive Player of the Week: Matthew Burgess, Carroll College Burgess is a 5-foot-11, 195-pound freshman running back from Junction City, Oregon. In Carroll’s 44-7 home conference win over No. 23 Rocky Mountain College,

  • Jund, Dawgs shoot out Northern Lights, 38-13

    Jund, Dawgs shoot out Northern Lights, 38-130

    HAVRE — Jon Jund had another big day for the Montana Western football team Saturday. The sophomore quarterback from Spring Creek, Nevada, passed for 355 yards and three touchdowns to lead the Bulldogs to a 38-13 win over MSU-Northern in a Frontier Conference game at Blue Ponie Stadium. (Stats) The quarterback punched in a pair

  • Jund, Dawgs drop Saints

    Jund, Dawgs drop Saints0

    DILLON — Jon Jund threw for 356 yards and four touchdowns Saturday, and Montana Western opened the season with a 31-24 win over Carroll College at Vigilante Field. (Stats) Jund hit Walker McKitrick for a 37-yard touchdown with 1 minute, 28 seconds left for the game winner. That came after Carroll’s Devan Bridgewater found Tony

  • Oredigger volleyball team picked third in Frontier

    Oredigger volleyball team picked third in Frontier0

    WHITEFISH — The Frontier Conference volleyball coaches’ poll was released today, and Montana Tech was picked to finish third. The University of Providence was picked to defend its league championship, taking home 34 points and four first-place votes. Rocky Mountain College received three first-place votes and was picked second with 31 points. The Orediggers, the


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