Bobcat Stadium was striped blue and gold Saturday, Sept. 30 as the MSU football team took on Weber State. Going into the game, Weber State was a tough competitor and Head Coach Jeff Choate was aware, mentioning “they’re the best FCS football team we’ve played yet.” This was the fourth consecutive highly-ranked team the Cats have gone up against this season.
On Friday, Oct. 28, Alpha Lambda Delta Honors Society will be collecting donations in the SUB marketplace for Heart of the Valley Animal Shelter.
The women’s golf team opened their season in an exhibition match against University of Montana at the Old Works Golf Course in Anaconda, MT.
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This is your sports editor speaking and as we take off on this wonderful and exciting time of year that is football season, I have an important message for you.
The Montana State track and field team competed in the Cat-Griz Dual Meet on Saturday, April 23 in Bozeman, with both the men’s and women’s teams grabbing first place in a close contest.
Last Saturday, April 2, at the Bobcat-Anderson Tennis Center, the Bobcats faced off with the Boise State Broncos. The Broncos, always a regional powerhouse, swept the Cats to a 7-0 series.
For the Bobcat men and women, the road to March Madness ended prematurely. Though expectations differed for each, the men and the women both lost in their first game of the Big Sky Conference tournament in Reno, Nevada.
The Bobcat women broke records and entertained the home crowds in their final home games as they took down Weber State for the 18th consecutive time and defeated Idaho State in an overtime thriller in the Brick.
On Feb. 12, the men’s and women’s track teams swept up the competition in a dual meet against University of Montana, Weber State and University of Northern Colorado.
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Lindsay Stockton (11) looks for an opening in the Cat-Griz game. Photos by Parker Fairey
The team huddles up during a timeout.
The men’s basketball team fell to the University of Montana 80-72 Saturday, Jan. 30 in front of the biggest crowd in four years.
The Bobcats fell to 6-1 in Big Sky Conference play when they traveled to Cheney, Washington on Thursday, Jan. 21 to compete against the Eagles of Eastern Washington before bouncing back and taking down the University of Idaho Vandals on Saturday, Jan.