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

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

This weekly series will offer up predictions and insights 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

The Blue and Gold made a statement to the entire Big Sky Conference in Missoula Tuesday night, sweeping the Griz in a 25-21, 25-13, 25-18 victory. MSU didn’t show any sign of rust after having last week off. The Cats played like they were in mid-season. The dominant performance against the w… Read more

The Montana State football team wrapped up their non-conference play with a record of 3-1 after dismantling Norfolk State 56-21 last Saturday in front of 17,647 fans at Bobcat Stadium. The Spartans kicked off the scoring with a touchdown half way through the first quarter, but from that poin… Read more

This weekly series will offer up predictions and insights 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

The MSU Volleyball team took to Shroyer gym for the first time Tuesday night, and barely fell three sets to two against the visiting Seattle University Redhawks. The Redhawks came into Bozeman with a 6-4 record and a block that has been dominant all season despite arriving on a two-match los… Read more

This past weekend, MSU Volleyball traveled to Chicago for three matches in the Hampton Inn Ramblers Challenge. The Cats finished the weekend 1-2, but ended on a high note by beating Loyola Maryland in four sets, 25-19, 24-26, 25-21, 25-18. Hannah Scott and Kira Thomsen lead the way notching … Read more

For many students, an important part of living in an area as beautiful as Bozeman is the opportunity to be involved in a myriad of outdoor activities. With this desire comes the need to take individual steps to balance our recreational use of the environment with habits that protect it. All … Read more

The Bobcat Football Team competed in their first game of the season on Saturday, Aug. 31 against FBS P5 opponent Texas Tech in Lubbock, Texas. After the first quarter it seemed Tech’s quick-pace air raid attack would be too much for the Cats, as the Red Raiders held a 14-0 lead. In the secon… Read more

Montana State football is officially back! This year’s team has high expectations and is currently ranked 13th in the STATS FCS Top-25 national poll. Their first shot to play in front of the home fans is Saturday, Sept. 7, marking the 13th annual Gold Rush game. The 6 p.m. kickoff offers fan… Read more

Each semester MSU students compete in various intramural sports, seeking the highly-coveted intramural champion t-shirts and bragging rights for years to come. In a one-day flag football tournament held at Bobcat Stadium on Thursday, April 11 one team rose to the top. Additionally, the women… Read more

The 2018-2019 season for the MSU Tennis teams has come and gone with exciting action throughout. The men’s team finished 6-11 overall with a 5-5 record in conference. Due to tiebreakers, MSU missed the conference tournament as they placed seventh for the year. The women’s team finished 3-16 … Read more

The annual MSU Spring Rodeo made its way to campus April 11-14, featuring multiple schools from across the Pacific Northwest: Dawson Community College, Miles Community College, University of Montana, University of Montana-Western, Northwest College in Wyoming, MSU-Northern and MSU. Read more

Each year at the end of spring football the Bobcats are separated into first-string, second-string and third-string teams who then compete against each other in what is advertised as a scrimmage. It is composed mainly of drills with competitions in-between for the fans in attendance. The glo… Read more

MSU’s 23rd basketball coach may be familiar to lifelong Bobcat basketball fans. Danny Sprinkle, known for his impressive career at MSU in the late 90’s, was named the new head coach of the men’s team on Thursday, April 4. A Bobcat through and through, Sprinkle hopes to bring winning ways and… Read more

The Big Sky Conference Basketball Tournament has come and gone and included a women’s championship without the one or two seeds and back-to-back championship victory on the men’s side. Read more

After serving for five years as the MSU Men’s Basketball Head Coach, Brian Fish’s contract was not renewed. The decision came from MSU Director of Athletics Leon Costello as the Men’s basketball team finished below .500 for Fish’s fifth straight year. On Sunday, March 17 immediately followin… Read more

After a great deal of deliberation, MSU has decided to embrace the culture shift in sports and fund a League of Legends (LOL) team as an official part of the athletic department. As a result, funding is being pulled from MSU’s long-standing football program in a move that has received scruti… Read more

In wake of an issue sweeping the nation, NCAA President Stin G. Mann signed a one-of-a-kind mandate earlier this year demanding universities pay student athletes for their likenesses. The response was anything but expected. MSU immediately saw dividends, as the students being paid picked up … Read more

The regular season is in the books for the 2018-2019 Bobcat basketball teams. Both teams performed well throughout the year, battling through player injuries and personal loss. The Cats closed out their seasons against Sacramento State and Portland State on March 7 and 9, respectively. MSU s… Read more

Members of the MSU ski team competed in the NCAA Skiing Championships at Stowe Mountain Resort in Stowe, Vermont over a four-day period spanning March 6-9. The championships consisted of 74 male and 74 female athletes representing 24 schools across the country. MSU had 10 athletes qualify fo… Read more

With the basketball season nearing its end, the Cats journeyed over the mountain to face the University of Montana in the second Brawl of the Wild double-header. Each team went into the game with high aspirations looking to bump their positioning in the standings with the conference tourname… Read more

Senior guard Tyler Hall has had nothing short of a stellar career at MSU. He holds the all-time Big Sky Conference record in points scored and just cracked the top-15 all-time in three-pointers made for the entirety of Division One basketball. While his success has been noted at MSU, most pe… Read more

The Big Sky Conference Indoor Track and Field Championships were held in Worthington Arena over a three-day span starting Thursday, Feb. 21. Both MSU men’s and women’s teams have had spectacular indoor seasons and looked to finish the indoor portion of the year with a Big Sky title. Read more

With only five games remaining in the season, the Bobcat basketball teams are fighting towards the finish to obtain the best possible standing for the looming Big Sky Conference Tournament. Both teams were active in the past week with games against Idaho State University (ISU) and Weber Stat… Read more

The Bobcat basketball teams were active this week with four games played in eight days starting on Feb. 2 with the Cat/Griz meetup. They followed it up with games against Northern Colorado, Eastern Washington (EWU) and the University of Idaho. The men bounced back after the Cat/Griz loss and… Read more

The first pair of Brawl of the Wild basketball games took place on Feb. 2, where MSU’s cross-state rival, the UM Grizzlies, traveled to Bozeman to duke it out with the Bobcats. The women’s game tipped off at 2 p.m. and the men followed at 7 p.m. The women came into the game tied with UM in t… Read more

On Wednesday, Feb. 6 the Bobcat football team welcomed a new class of recruits to the team on college football National Signing Day. The 2019 class is composed of 30 young men, 11 of which are Montana natives, who either signed a letter of intent or verbally committed to MSU as early as December. Read more

The Bobcat men’s and women’s ski teams have been hard at work hitting the slopes. The Cats competed at the University of New Mexico Drew Judycki Memorial Jade Enterprises Invitational on Friday, Feb. 1 and Saturday, Feb. 2. Eight top-10 finishers put the Cats in third place by the end of com… Read more

When my family is on backpacking or camping trips it doesn’t matter if the fish are biting; I am out fishing. Since moving to Montana for college, I’ve realized that there is a major issue with fishing during the winter — most lakes are frozen. Read more

Bobcat basketball has hit the midway point and the season is starting to heat up. With the women on the road and the men hosting two games in the Brick, Cats fans have been treated to plenty of basketball. Let’s check in with the teams and roll back the past week. Read more

The Bobcat basketball teams found themselves on the wrong side of the win-loss column on Saturday, Jan. 19,  with both teams losing to the Eastern Washington Eagles. The Cats were unable to pull off a victory. In matchups that should have yielded great results — the Eagles teams were a combi… Read more

One of the lesser-known attractions available to MSU students is the Gardner River, colloquially known as the “Boiling River,” located just inside the north entrance of Yellowstone National Park are a series of natural hot tubs, mixed into one of the many streams that the park harbors. Since… Read more

As a student at MSU, I’m going to go out on a limb and assume that you enjoy skiing. After all, thebestcolleges.org ranks MSU as the top skiing college in the country. With Bridger Bowl 18 miles from campus, Big Sky 48 miles away, and backcountry skiing widely available, the options are plen… Read more

Classes may not have been in session, but the Bobcat basketball teams were as busy as ever during the break, collecting important preseason wins and starting conference play. Up to this point in the season, each team has played 16 games, with the women off to a 9-7 start (4-2 in Big Sky play… Read more

On Tuesday, Nov. 27 Tyler Hall, a senior guard on MSU’s Men’s Basketball team scored his 2,000th point as a Bobcat. He achieved this milestone in Bozeman against North Dakota in an MSU victory. Hall is also quickly approaching the program’s all-time career scoring record. After the game, Hal… Read more

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