The Frontier Conference announced on Tuesday its All-Conference football selections, as well as the year-end awards for players and coach of the year.
It was the Bulldogs' first eight-win season since 1995, and they were the only Frontier Conference team to receive a bid to the postseason.
Montana Western's playoff game against Lindsey Wilson has been moved to noon Sunday and will be streamed by Lindsey Wilson for $10.
Little Light finished second overall while Richtman came in fourth in the women's 5,000-meter race.
Montana Western will play in it's first playoff game since 2002 Saturday at 11:30 a.m. against Lindsey Wilson, the defending national champion.
Three Frontier Conference football teams will split the league title this fall, but only one will continue its season in the NAIA Football Championship Series that begins this Saturday.
In addition to reaching eight wins for the first time since 1995, the Bulldogs learned Sunday that they would be representing the Frontier Conference in the NAIA Football Championship Series
Montana Western survives double-overtime to defeat Rocky Mountain College 50-42. The win created a three-way tie for first place between Western, Rocky and College of Idaho.
The Bulldogs will close the regular season with a home game against Rocky Mountain College on Saturday at 1 p.m..
The No. 16-ranked Battlin' Bears travel to play No. 23 UM Western on Saturday.
Included in this week's Frontier Conference glance is a look at the race for a conference championship and playoff bid, and some possible scenarios with one game remaining in the regular-season.
Western scored 21 unanswered points after Tech took a 21-14 lead to begin the third quarter.
BILLINGS — Rocky Mountain College snapped a seven-match losing streak Friday night by beating Montana Western 25-20, 25-21, 25-14 in Frontier Conference volleyball at the Fortin Center.
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Saturday will also be Military Appreciation Day at Vigilante Stadium.
College of Idaho pulled into a tie with Rocky Mountain College atop the Frontier Conference football standings. Both teams are 6-2, and Montana Western is just behind at 5-3, with two regular-season games left.
The men open with Carroll, the women with Southeastern.
Olson-Keck is one of Class AA's top blockers.
Keller departs from Class C Twin Bridges High School, where his teams saw consistent success during his seven-year tenure.
Feuling currently serves at Linn-Benton Community College in Albany, Oregon, as their Annual Fund Development and Community Relations Officer. He was a finalist for the AD job at MSU Billings.
The Battlin' Bears (4-1) are the only one-loss team remaining in the league.
Photos from the Rocky Mountain College Battlin’ Bears’ game against the Montana Western Bulldogs at Herb Klindt Field in Billings on Saturday, Oct. 2, 2021.
The Battlin’ Bears and Bulldogs are locked in a four-way tie atop the standings with matching 3-1 league records.
HELENA — It might be hard to believe, but the mid-way point of the regular season is right around the corner. Through four games and five weeks, the top four teams are beginning to separate themselves from the bottom four of the Frontier Conference.
The Bulldogs beat the Orediggers in Butte, 45-21. It was the first time the road team has won in the last eight meetings.
The Orediggers will host the Bulldogs for their homecoming game Saturday at 1 p.m. It will be the first meeting between the teams since 2019.