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After another successful regular season, the Blue and Cold are looking to take the next step. MSU’s 2019-20 campaign has so far continued the momentum from last season when the boys had a solid finish with a trip to Nationals. This gave the team a ton of confidence and familiarity heading in… Read more

MSU’s basketball programs went a collective 3-1 over the weekend. It started last Thursday, Feb. 6, when the men and women both earned wins over the Idaho Vandals. On Saturday, Feb. 8, the women added another win, while the men struggled against the Eastern Washington Eagles. Read more

As the base continues to deepen at Bridger Bowl and Crosscut Mountain Sports, the Cats let the nation know that they are a serious force to be reckoned with. This past weekend, Feb. 8, the MSU Nordic ski team competed in the Aspen RMISA Qualifier. The hometown heroes are prepared to host thi… Read more

Similar to the MSU Dual Meet Invitational a couple of weeks ago, the Cats had many impressive performances across several events. At the MSU Indoor Open on Friday, Feb. 7, at Worthington Arena, the Cats showed improvement across the entire team. According to the MSU press release from the ev… Read more

For my entire life, I have dreaded the end of football season. In the past, the Monday after the Super Bowl resulted in an annual moment of introspection. “How will I get my sports fix without football in my life?” The natural focus generally shifted to upcoming March Madness or the NBA, but… Read more

MSU’s 123rd football roster just became a lot clearer. Wednesday, Feb. 5, marked National Signing Day, the day where prep athletes see their dreams of playing college athletics become reality. With the addition of the early signing period in Decemeber, this day became less hectic than in the… Read more

As a long-time sports fan, it’s nearly impossible to name a more influential ambassador for athletes, and specifically basketball players, than Kobe Bryant. Sunday, Jan. 24, 2020, stands as one of the most tragic days in sports history. A helicopter transporting Kobe, his daughter Gianna, an… Read more

Right before this past Sunday’s Super Bowl between the San Francisco 49ers and the Kansas City Chiefs, the NFL celebrated the Shield’s centennial season by introducing the leagues’ all-time team in front of a national audience. Most MSU students who were watching the game probably did not re… Read more

Per usual, emotions ran high through Dahlberg Arena in Missoula this past weekend. The men and women from Montana were eager for a chance to knock off the Cats on their home floor. Headlines entering Saturday's doubleheader featured both the MSU women and the UM men hoping to maintain their … Read more

This coming Saturday, Feb. 1, the Cat’s basketball teams boast their first of two opportunities to take on their rivals from across the divide. The Griz basketball teams host the women at 2 p.m. and the men at 7 p.m. Both squads have the week off to prepare, giving the teams some much-needed… Read more

Rarely in Division I Basketball do you see a player start all four years of eligibility. Senior guard Harald Frey has done that and much more during his career as a Bobcat. The Oslo, Norway native is the Cat’s leading scorer and assister in his senior season, averaging 17.3 points and 4.7 as… Read more

The MSU track & field teams had impressive showings at the MSU Dual Meet Invitational at Worthington Arena on Friday, Jan. 24. The men and women both beat Idaho State and Montana to complete the sweep over the competition. The dual score format gave the opportunity for two head-to-head m… Read more

For the MSU women’s basketball team, last week’s game against Eastern Washington was one of the season highlights. For the men, their game against Eastern Washington was this season's biggest opportunity to learn. Read more

Fallyn Freije, a fifth-year senior forward on the MSU women’s basketball team did not take the typical path of a Division-1 one athlete. She transferred to the Bobcat program from her hometown school, the University of North Dakota, following her junior season. Almost any player that transfe… Read more

Coaching changes are an unavoidable fact of college football. MSU Head Coach Jeff Choate has not been shy about discussing this reality. In the past, Choate has expressed that he hopes that his program can be a launching pad for talented young coaches in their ascension up the coaching ranks… Read more

Montana State’s 122nd football season ended abruptly in the semifinals of the FCS playoffs in Fargo, ND, when the Cats fell 42-14 to the eventual FCS National Champion, the NDSU Bison. While the Cats did not get the opportunity to play in Frisco, Texas for the National Championship, this yea… Read more

While the average student enjoyed a one-month hiatus from school, both the men’s and women’s basketball teams were busy representing the Blue and Gold on the hardtop. Both teams had impressive starts to their seasons, and with the large break, it is important to catch up with how both teams … Read more

Parker: The time is now. The return to the FargoDome sets the stage for a duel of the ages with obvious implications. The dominant Bison of North Dakota State hope to keep the improbable 34-game win streak, 27-home game win streak, and a trip to Frisco in the script. The surging Bobcats have… Read more

Parker: The Governors of Austin Peay (pronounced pee) have pulled off the improbable. This program has ascended from a non-scholarship team 6 years ago, to a squad, that despite their weak conference and bubble team status entering the playoffs, looks like they are exactly where they should … Read more

Cats basketball fans have a golden opportunity to watch twice the action of a normal evening in the Brick Breeden Fieldhouse. Tonight, Thursday Dec. 5, the women’s team hosts the 17th ranked Gonzaga Bulldogs at 6 p.m. followed by the men’s team facing off against the South Dakota State Jackr… Read more

The Montana State volleyball team’s impressive season came to an abrupt finish this past Friday when the Bobcats fell to top seeded Northern Colorado in the Big Sky conference tournament. The Blue and Gold enjoyed their best season since 2012, when the Cats matched this season’s record. Seni… Read more

In 1899, The Agricultural College of the State of Montana was in the middle of what would become a six-game winning streak against their bitter rival, the University of Montana. After that year’s 38-0 victory for the Ag school, the Bozeman Avant Courier reported that, “They ran around, over,… Read more

This past weekend, the MSU hockey team rolled. The Cats scored nine goals in both of their games against regional foe Western Washington University, ending up on the right side of Friday’s win 9-1 and sweeping the Vikings Saturday 9-5.  Read more

While the Griz were busy losing to Montana Tech, the best story of the weekend was thrilling enough to receive hundreds of thousands of views nationally. The Cats were tied with UNC Greensboro with 30 seconds remaining — a team who has lost only three times on their homecourt in the last thr… Read more

With just two regular season games remaining, there are up to seven different teams could make it to the FCS Playoffs. These teams are fighting for four or five spots, so every game at this point is important. The “experts” have a pulse on the Big Sky Conference, and we expect some flawless … Read more

Fantasy football changed my life. No longer is a football game just another game. The implications of individual statistics now affects the way I enjoy NFL football games. No longer do I focus on the schemes, ebbs and flows, inevitable chaos, and beautiful order of a perfectly executed drive… Read more

Two former MSU basketball players were drafted in the first round of the NBA G-League draft. On Saturday, Oct. 26, Tyler Hall and Keljin Blevins were drafted fourth and 15th, respectively.  Read more

Last Saturday at the Big Sky Cross Country Championships, redshirt freshman Camila Noe became the first Bobcat woman in 27 years to win the conference championship. Noe’s performance was a special one, getting to the front of the pack at the very start of the race and never losing position t… Read more

With just three regular season games remaining, the stakes are high for the remainder of the teams looking to make that push to the playoffs.  The “experts” have a pulse on the Big Sky Conference, and we expect some flawless predictions this week. Be on the lookout for the punishment for the… Read more

The Danny Sprinkle coaching era commenced with a game that was nearly an upset for the ages. Montana State entered the match as heavy underdogs for good reason. Utah State was picked to repeat as champions of the Mountain West Conference and are currently ranked 17 in the AP poll. The Aggies… Read more

The anticipation for basketball season in Bozeman is undoubtedly the highest it’s been in years. For a student body and fan base that usually doesn’t hold as much interest in Bobcat athletics after football season, this winter could offer a lot more to attract people into the Brick Breeden F… Read more

Last week, we had some blunders, but this week is different. The “experts” have a pulse on the Big Sky Conference, and we expect some accurate predictions this week. Be on the lookout for a vote on the punishment for the “expert” with the worst record this season. Read more

The Montana State Volleyball squad finished up the weekend with a solid performance Saturday against Idaho State to get back to their winning ways. The Cats improved to 9-8 overall and 5-3 in the Big Sky Conference, and are now looking up in the conference standings to only Idaho and Norther… Read more

There are four great games on the slate this week. The “experts” had visions of the future, and they are here to present their findings. Be on the lookout for a vote on the punishment for the “expert” with the worst record this season.  Read more

ESPN has been waking up football fans for 32 years with its famous Saturday morning live broadcast “College Gameday”,but rarely has the show visited schools in the FCS division like Montana State. This week, “Gameday” will break the trend and travel to Brookings, SD to bring South Dakota Sta… Read more

The Montana State Hockey Club began their 2019-2020 campaign earlier this month with as tough of an early season test you can get. The 12th-ranked Bobcats traveled to Bismarck, ND to challenge number one ranked University of Mary in a two-game series last weekend. While Saturday’s contest ca… Read more

A few weeks back, MSU Men’s Basketball alum Keljin Blevins signed a contract with the NBA’s Portland Trail Blazers, giving himself the opportunity to accomplish something only one previous Bobcat has done before: score a point in the Association. Blevins will be hoping to join Havre-born for… Read more

Even though the Bobcats are on a bye this week, our predictions and insights are still razor-sharp. Be on the lookout for a vote on the punishment for the “expert” with the worst record this season.  Read more

This weekly series will offer up predictions and insight into key football games in the Big Sky Conference for the upcoming weekend. Be on the lookout for a vote on the punishment for the “expert” with the worst record this season.  Read more

MSU Volleyball senior libero Allyssa Rizzo once again put her name in the record books by becoming the Bobcat’s all-time leader in career digs. After the match on Thursday, Oct. 4, Rizzo totaled 1,730 career digs, ousting the former record holder Kandice Kelley who held 1,720 while playing f… Read more

On Monday, Sept. 30, former MSU basketball player Keljin Blevins signed a training camp contract with the Portland Trail Blazers. Blevins, cousins to current Blazers star Damien Lilliard, started all but one game in his two years in Bozeman. His senior year, he was third on the team averagin… Read more

The MSU alumni foundation officials announced this week that the Bobcat Athletic Complex (BAC) fundraising campaign has almost reached it mark. After raising over $16.5 million dollars, the project just needs $1.5 million more to break ground on the 40,000 square foot facility that will clos… Read more

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