BOZEMAN — Andre Napoliatano led Montana State to a pair of conference tennis victories over the weekend, and was named Big Sky Conference men’…
The Midland Roundtable's monthly gathering is Thursday at noon at the Billings Hotel and Convention Center.
BOZEMAN — Call it a good starting point.
MISSOULA — First-year Montana football coach Bob Stitt said he knew “nothing” about Brady Gustafson before spring practices started.
MISSOULA — The signs of what the Montana men’s basketball team would become this season were there early, they were just unrefined.
Lisa Harmon, chair of the MetraPark advisory board, spoke candidly on behalf of city and county officials wooing a group of Big Sky Conference…
BOZEMAN — Montana State football coach Rob Ash’s agenda during the second week of spring practice is pretty simple.
BOZEMAN — Four Montana State basketball players will not return to the team next season, coach Brian Fish said Wednesday.
Coach Ty Gregorak didn't give his defense long to enjoy its dominant performance in Saturday's spring scrimmage.
When the group deciding which city will host the Big Sky Conference men’s basketball tournament steps off the airplane Wednesday afternoon at …
MISSOULA — The University of Montana football team added a Penn State transfer to its receiving corps.
MISSOULA — For the most part, Thursday was a pretty typical day for first-year Montana softball coach Jamie Pinkerton.
MISSOULA — With just two weeks of work together, it’s understandable that Montana’s first-year high-flying offense would barely be off the ground.
SOUTH BEND, Ind. – Sixteenth-seeded Montana’s defense was no match for top-seeded Notre Dame’s offense.
BOZEMAN – Pads will pop Saturday when the Montana State football team practices in full gear for the first time this spring.
MISSOULA — The odds are stacked against the Montana Lady Griz.
BOZEMAN -- Spring football practice, on college campuses across the nation, marks a time of change. Young players transition into elevated rol…
MISSOULA -- Of the Montana football team's 5,500 yards of total offense in 2014, about 46 percent belonged to two players in particular.
MISSOULA — Maybe, just maybe, Kellie Rubel’s foundation for basketball success was laid the day she was told she couldn’t play.