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A roundup of Montana athletes competing at various Division I conference championships for outdoor track and field.
Katrina Terry, a Billings West alum, took first in the Big Sky Conference women's pole vault competition for Eastern Washington.
Montana State athletes made school history Saturday in the men's high jump, women's javelin and men's 400-meter hurdles.
Forsyth native Cade Johnstone brings home his first individual Big Sky track and field championship for the Montana Grizzlies.
Aragon will compete in the finals on Sunday in Los Angeles.
Bozeman product Lucy Corbett took first place and set an MSU school record in the high jump Friday at the Big Sky outdoor track and field championships.
Montana's track and field team soars to one individual title on the third day of the Big Sky championships, while the Griz softball team survives two elimination games to make it to the final day of the tournament.
Montana State's Caleb Neth, a Manhattan product, earned his third bronze medal in Big Sky Conference competition.
Montana has two of the top three leaders in the women's heptathlon after the first day of the Big Sky outdoor track and field championships.
As a multi-event competitor, Caleb Neth must refocus rapidly as he moves on from one event to another. It's a skillset he applies to his life off the track as well.
The Manhattan native didn’t initially plan this path, but he’s making the most of the extra year of eligibility granted by the NCAA because of the pandemic.
Cam Gardner has loved football since he was a child. He embraces the work required to enjoy the exhilaration of a game-day atmosphere.
These athletes put up strong performances in April on the track and softball diamond.
KANSAS CITY, Kan. (AP) — Kyle Busch thought he had a third-place car Sunday. His crew chief, Ben Beshore, though it was good enough for second.
CORVALLIS, Ore. — Competing in the highly competitive Oregon State University High Performance meet, featuring athletes from more than 50 schools across the western United States, Montana held its own and then some on Friday.
Both Carroll track and field teams earned Frontier Conference Championships on Friday, marking the first time in more than three decades the league has crowned a champion.
Carroll won three of the four events held Thursday on day one of the Frontier Conference Championship Track and Field Meet at Vigilante Field.
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Montana will host MSU at Dornblaser Field on Saturday with the opening event of the dual starting at 11 a.m.
The first home game is set for June 1.