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Montana State Bobcats
The Montana State Bobcats are the varsity athletic teams representing Montana State University in Bozeman in intercollegiate athletics. The university sponsors thirteen teams including men and women's basketball, cross country, skiing, tennis, and track and field; women's-only golf and volleyball; and men's-only football. The Bobcats compete in NCAA Division I and are members of the Big Sky Conference with the exception of the men's and women's skiing teams which belong to the Rocky Mountain Intercollegiate Ski Association. Their main rivals are the Grizzlies of the University of Montana in Missoula. Both schools are charter members of the Big Sky Conference, which began competition 58 years ago in the fall of 1963.
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Main article: Montana State Bobcats men's basketball
Main article: Montana State Bobcats women's basketball
Montana State Bobcats basketball history includes one of college basketball's legendary teams, the Golden Bobcats of the late 1920s. The school's basketball teams had acclaimed fame throughout the 1920s by playing "racehorse basketball" and becoming one of the first schools in the nation to employ what is known as the fast break. Montana State College coach Ott Romney, who graduated with a Masters from MSC prior to World War I, pioneered the style of play, and by 1926 had assembled a team perfectly suited to playing an up-tempo brand of ball. Cat Thompson, John "Brick" Breeden, Frank Ward, Val Glynn and Max Worthington were at the heart of the MSC team that won the Rocky Mountain Conference title three straight seasons, and bested Utah State, BYU, Colorado, and University of Denver. The 1928–29 team reached college basketball's zenith by defeating the AAU Champion Cook's Painters in a two-of-three series and steamrolling to the Rocky Mountain Conference title. The Bobcats were retroactively recognized as the pre-NCAA Tournament national champion for the 1928–29 season by the Premo-Porretta Power Poll and the Helms Athletic Foundation. The Helms Foundation also named Cat Thompson one of the five greatest players in the first half of the 20th century in college hoops.
Main article: Montana State Bobcats football
In 1956 the Bobcats football team took a share of the NAIA championship in the Aluminum Bowl in Little Rock, Arkansas playing to a 0–0 tie on a muddy field with the Pumas of St. Joseph’s College from Rensselaer, Indiana. In 1976 the Bobcats of Montana State won a national football title in NCAA Division II at Wichita Falls, Texas beating the Zips of Akron, Ohio 24-13 in the title game. In 1984, the Bobcats returned to a national football title game played in Charleston, South Carolina, beating the Bulldogs of Louisiana Tech 19-6 for their third national football title. The MSU Bobcats football is the only college team with national titles in three different classifications. The team has won 19 conference titles and has made the NCAA FCS playoffs 9 times.
Montana State Bobcats rodeo team has a long proud history with the National Intercollegiate Rodeo Association. For almost 30 years MSU hosted the College National Finals Rodeo. Bobcat Rodeo teams have won 8 national team titles, 32 individual national championships and multiple Big Sky Regional crowns. The Bobcats Rodeo team operates under the MSU Department of Student Affairs and enjoys outstanding booster support form the C.A.T. Rodeo Scholarship Association.
Montana State Bobcats Alpine and Nordic Ski team compete in the Rocky Mountain Intercollegiate Ski Association and the NCAA Western Region and has produced 13 national champions. The Bobcat Nordic and alpine ski program venues at Bridger Bowl and Bohart Ranch have hosted six NCAA National Championships. The Big Sky Conference dropped its sponsorship of skiing and four other sports after the 1974 season.
The Montana State Spirit Squad is broken down into the Cheer team and Dance team.
Montana State dropped its baseball program 50 years ago, following the 1971 season, and rival Montana played just one additional year. The Big Sky dropped baseball after the 1974 season, along with four other sports.
The Bobcat wrestling program won the first three Big Sky titles (1964, 1965, 1966); the conference discontinued the sport 34 years ago, after the 1987 season.
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- ^ESPN, ed. (2009). ESPN College Basketball Encyclopedia: The Complete History of the Men's Game. New York, NY: ESPN Books. pp. 532–34. ISBN .
- ^"Bobcat Skiing A Commitment to Excellence"(PDF). Montana State University. Archived from the original(PDF) on 18 March 2012. Retrieved 21 August 2011.
- ^ ab"Big Sky drops fives". Ellensburg Daily record. UPI. May 15, 1974. p. 11.
- ^ ab"Idaho off probation, loop titles dwindle". Lewiston Morning Tribune. Lewiston, Idaho. May 15, 1974. p. 13.
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- ^"Zags clinch 'ND' crown". Spokesman-Review. May 10, 1971. p. 12.
- ^"Decision likely". Spokane Daily Chronicle. May 1, 1972. p. 20.
- ^"Zags need win". Spokane Daily Chronicle. May 7, 1973. p. 22.
- ^"Past Baseball Champions". Big Sky Conference. Retrieved September 9, 2014.
- ^"Idaho State wins first mat crown". Spokesman-Review. February 27, 1967. p. 8.
- ^"Past Wrestling Champions". Big Sky Conference. Retrieved September 9, 2014.
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Prep Notebook: Class AA Volleyball Crossover tournaments in town
There will be something different added to the Class AA girls' volleyball schedule this weekend.
Great Falls High's Bill Swarthout Fieldhouse and the gymnasium for their crosstown counterpart at C.M. Russell High School will host an East-West Crossover tournament this Saturday.
There will be four matches at each venue, with each match a best two-out-of-three game round-robin format, according to CMR head coach Patrick Hiller. Four schools from the Western AA — Helena High, Helena Capital, as well Kalispell's Flathead and Glacier — will face off against four from the Eastern AA — the Bison, Rustlers, Bozeman Gallatin and Bozeman High.
The action will start at 11 a.m., as CMR will face Capital — a rematch of last year's state championship match — and Bozeman goes against Helena High at the Russell Fieldhouse, while the Lady Bison goes against Flathead and Gallatin meets Glacier at Swarthout. At 12:15, CMR and Bozeman will swap opponents, as will the Bison and Raptors.
For the 2:30 matchups, the Lady Rustlers and Hawks will stay right where they are, as will Great Falls and Gallatin, while the Western AA schools will wave at each other while crossing the river. The Lady Bison will take on Capital, and Gallatin will have the Lady Bengals, with CMR facing Glacier and Bozeman against Flathead. At 3:45, the Western teams will swap opposition.
It's not quite the prep-COVID Electric City Invitational.
ON THE GRIDIRON: Sounds like Class C is going to be a roller-coaster ride, and that's just the scheduling part.
The Great Falls Central Mustangs are going through a scheduling nightmare. Last week's game at Twin Bridges was slated to be played Friday night at 7 p.m., then got changed to Saturday at 1. Yes, they played... and the homestanding Falcons rolled to a 70-12 win.
Well, this week, the Mustangs have been changing their schedule for their first home game at Memorial Stadium against the Rocky Boy Stars. Originally, it was slated to be under the lights at 7 Saturday night. The Stars asked the game time to be changed to 1.
Whenever it is, trust me — the Tribune will be there for our Game of the Week, unless...
(Last week, Rocky Boy was supposed to play at Hays-Lodgepole, but that contest got canceled.)
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Fortunately, no such problems exist in Class AA (knock on wood). Great Falls High will be looking for their first win of the young campaign Friday night at 7 at Naranche Stadium in Butte when they meet the Bulldogs in a nonleague contest. The Bison suffered a 22-0 blanking from Helena High last Friday night at home.
Meanwhile, Memorial Stadium will host the Rustlers' home opener against Kalispell Glacier, also at 7. CMR used a last-second field goal from Trey Mans to knock off Hellgate 37-35 in Missoula last week.
For those of you who keep track of these things, defending state champ Missoula Sentinel got all 13 first-place votes and earned the No. 1 ranking in the Class AA Media Poll with 65 points. Helena High, with 44, was second, and Billings West — who lost to Sentinel last weekend — was third with 43 points. Kalispell Glacier (26) and Billings Senior (10) round out the top five.
Helena Capital also received votes: four, to be exact.
ON THE RADIO: Fans will be able to listen to high school football over several radio stations in Northcentral Montana Friday night.
The Great Falls High-Butte High contest will be on both KQDI-AM 1450 at 7 as well as Big Sky Sports 99.9 at 6:50.
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KINX-FM 102.7 and KLFM-FM/KOOL 92.9 will have the CMR-Glacier matchup at the same times - 7 p.m. on KINX, 6:50 on KOOL 92.9.
KMON-AM 560 will have the Class C Game of the Week, Cascade at Fort Benton, starting at 6:50 p.m. Friday night.
Also at 6:50 p.m., the Chinook at Shelby Northern C contest will be on KSEN-AM 1150, with Mark Daniels behind the mike, while Gary Goodan will have the Butte Central-Browning matchup on KZIN-FM 96.7.
ALSO THIS WEEKEND: The CMR and Great Falls High cross country squads will have their first official meet of the season Friday when they participate in the Cut Bank Time Trials beginning at 4:20 p.m.
On the soccer pitch, both the Bison and Rustlers will be in action Thursday afternoon at the Seibel Soccer Park. In girls' play, CMR will host Bozeman and Great Falls High faces Gallatin at 3 p.m., while the boys' will play against the same schools at 5.
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On Saturday, those schools will swap both opponents and venues as they will travel to Bozeman. CMR's girls meet Gallatin High at 11 a.m., while the Lady Bison take on the Bozeman Hawks at 5. The Rustler boys and Raptors take to the pitch at 1, and the Bison-Hawks' boys match starts at 7.
And the respective golf teams won't play again until next Thursday and Friday at the Butte Invitational at Fairmont Hot Springs.
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Montana State Bobcats announce 2021 volleyball schedule
(Editor's note: Montana State media release)
BOZEMAN -- Montana State fifth-year head volleyball coach Daniel Jones has announced MSU’s 2021 schedule, which features non-conference matches against 10 different leagues along with a 16-match Big Sky Conference season.
The Bobcats, who posted a 10-5 overall record and a 10-4 Big Sky mark -- it’s best league ledger since 2004 -- during the 2021 spring season, will open its fall schedule hosting Big 12 member TCU in exhibition action on Aug. 19. MSU opens the regular season at the Boise State Invitational, Aug. 27-28 facing BSU, Long Beach State and Dixie State.
“The 2021 schedule is shaping up nicely,” Jones said. “We’ve got a great mix of opponents lined up from all over the country. We’re playing a Final Four team on their home court. Our team is experienced and talented, we’re ready to take on anyone, and excited to do it."
“Most of all, the entire program and department is ecstatic that we will once again get to ‘Shake Shroyer’ with capacity crowds,” Jones added. “I would encourage everyone to get their season tickets early, as this is going to be a great year.”
For the first time since 2017, MSU will host the Bobcat Classic, featuring SEC power Arkansas, along with Utah State and Portland. Montana State will also play in tournaments at North Texas (North Texas, Abilene Christian, Jackson State) and Washington (Washington, Fresno State). The Huskies went 20-4 overall and 17-3 in Pac-12 play, advancing to the Final Four where it dropped a 3-1 decision to eventual national champion Kentucky.
Montana State will open Big Sky play at Montana in the third installment for the Main Line Trophy on Sept. 21. The Bobcats will host the Grizzlies on Oct. 26 in Shroyer Gym. The Big Sky will play at 16-match schedule. MSU will face UM, Eastern Washington, Idaho, Northern Colorado, Portland State, Sacramento State, twice, while playing single matches at Northern Arizona and Southern Utah and hosting single matches against Idaho State and Weber State.
The Big Sky volleyball championship will also see a change this season and move off Thanksgiving weekend. Instead of being played on the last weekend in November, the tournament will take place on November 18-20.
19 TCU (exhibition) BOZEMAN 7 p.m.
27 vs. Long Beach State (Boise State Tournament) Boise, ID 10 a.m.
27 vs. Dixie State (Boise State Tournament) Boise, ID 5:30 p.m.
28 at Boise State (Boise State Tournament) Boise, ID 2:30 p.m.
2 Arkansas (Bobcat Invitational) BOZEMAN 7 p.m.
3 Utah State vs. Portland (Bobcat Invitational) 10 a.m.
3 Arkansas vs. Utah State (Bobcat Invitational) 3 p.m.
3 Portland (Bobcat Invitational) BOZEMAN 7 p.m.
4 Arkansas vs. Portland (Bobcat Invitational) 10 a.m.
4 Utah State (Bobcat Invitational) BOZEMAN 1 p.m.
10 vs. Abilene Christian (North Texas Invitational) Denton, TX 1 p.m.
10 at North Texas (North Texas Invitational) Denton, TX 7 p.m.
11 vs. Jackson State (North Texas Invitational Denton, TX 11 a.m.
16 at Washington (Washington Invitational) Seattle, WA 11 a.m.
17 vs. Fresno State (Washington Invitational) Seattle, WA 2 p.m.
21 at Montana* Missoula, MT 7 p.m.
25 at Northern Colorado* Greeley, CO 6 p.m.
30 Weber State* BOZEMAN 7 p.m.
2 Idaho State* BOZEMAN TBA
7 at Eastern Washington* Cheney, WA 6 p.m.
9 at Idaho* Moscow, ID 7 p.m.
14 Sacramento State* BOZEMAN 7 p.m.
16 Portland State* BOZEMAN TBA
21 at Northern Arizona* Flagstaff, AZ 6:30 p.m.
23 at Southern Utah* Cedar City, UT 12 p.m.
26 Montana* BOZEMAN 7 p.m.
29 Northern Colorado* BOZEMAN 7 p.m.
4 Idaho* BOZEMAN 7 p.m.
6 Eastern Washington* BOZEMAN TBA
11 at Portland State* Portland, OR 7 p.m.
13 at Sacramento State* Sacramento, CA 1 p.m.
18 at Big Sky Tournament TBA TBA
19 at Big Sky Tournament TBA TBA
20 at Big Sky Tournament TBA TBA
*=Big Sky Conference Match; Dates & Times Subject to Change; All Times Listed as Local Times
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