The MSU Men’s and Women’s Cross Country teams competed in the Mountain Region Championships in Logan, Utah on Nov. 10. In this meet, the team had a chance to quality for the NCAA Division I championships.
The MSU men’s basketball team played the University of Nebraska Omaha in Great Falls at the Pacific Steel Arena for their first official game of the season on Friday, Nov.
The MSU Leadership Institute recently hosted a presentation and workshop titled “Finding Balance: Maintaining motivation in a busy world.” The presentation, which took place on Monday, Oct.
The Bobcats took on non-conference opponent Kennesaw State last weekend at Bobcat Stadium. Neither team had met before, as this is only KSU’s third year with a football program.
The sudden, drastic weather change can affect more than icy roads, cold walks across campus and the need for multiple layers in our everyday lives.
Heading into the 2017-18 season, the men’s and women’s basketball teams look to build on their successful last season. The men had a record of 16-16, while the women had a 25-7 record with a first round exit in the NCAA tournament to the University of Washington.
Fall has been an exciting season for Bobcat women’s tennis. Starting off on Friday, Sept. 15, the team shined at the Air Force Invitational.
The Bobcats took on conference opponent Idaho State at home this past weekend on Oct. 28. Both teams were victorious in their previous week of play and were hungry to pick up another win.
Montana State’s racquetball club is heating up for another great season and they’re looking to make a mark on the MSU campus.
Bobcat football made an impressive comeback on Saturday, Oct. 21, when they took on the Northern Colorado Bears in Greeley, Colorado, winning 27-24 in a close matchup.
Every seven years, MSU must write a self-evaluation report for accreditors to review the ins and outs of campus. This is a time for MSU to examine itself and determine whether it is meeting its strategic goals.