• Lilly Gopher signs with Western women

    Lilly Gopher signs with Western women0

    DILLON — University of Montana Western head women’s basketball coach Lindsay Woolley announced the signing of Box Elder High School star Lilly Gopher to an NAIA National Letter of Intent. One of the state’s top recruits, Woolley said Gopher has great court vision and is creative offensively when announcing the signing on Friday. She will add size,

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  • Western’s Bri King named NAIA Player of the Year

    Western’s Bri King named NAIA Player of the Year0

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Montana Western senior Brianna King was named the named NAIA National Player of the Year today. The honor comes two days after King led Montana Western to the school’s first women’s national basketball championship in Billings. King, who transferred to Western from a junior college in Spokane before last season, is

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  • King, Western women crowned NAIA champions

    King, Western women crowned NAIA champions0

    BILLINGS — The Montana Western Bulldogs are national champions. One night after winning a dramatic overtime battle in the semifinals, the Bulldogs cruised to a 75-59 win over Oklahoma City in Tuesday night’s championship game of the 39th annual NAIA Division I Women’s Basketball National Championships at the MetraPark Arena. (Stats) The national title is

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  • Bulldogs pull out OT win, will play for NAIA title

    Bulldogs pull out OT win, will play for NAIA title0

    BILLINGS — Wow. Montana Western will play for the NAIA national championship Tuesday night at the MetraPark Arena. The comes after the Bulldogs knocked off defending champion Freed-Hardeman (Tennessee) in a 78-71 overtime thriller in Monday night’s semifinals of the 39th annual NAIA Division I Women’s Basketball National Championships. (Stats) The Bulldogs (29-4) will play

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  • Balanced Bulldog women advance to semifinals

    Balanced Bulldog women advance to semifinals0

    BILLINGS — With four players scoring in double figures, Montana Western played its way into the final four of the 39th annual NAIA Division I Women’s Basketball National Championships at the MetraPark Arena. (Stats) Western outscored The Master’s University 24-11 in the fourth quarter for a 60-55 quarterfinal victory Saturday afternoon. The Bulldogs (28-4) will

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  • King’s 27 leads Western to NAIA quarterfinals

    King’s 27 leads Western to NAIA quarterfinals0

    BILLINGS — Brianna King poured in 27 points this afternoon, and Montana Western knocked off Lyon (Arkansas) 70-58 in the second round of the 39th annual NAIA Division I Women’s Basketball National Championships at the MetraPark Arena. (Stats) The win sends the Bulldogs (27-4) to the quarterfinals, where they’ll take on The Master’s University (28-6)

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