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Montana State volleyball pushes No. 7 Washington, falls in five sets

SEATTLE-- Montana State had No. 7 Washington on the ropes late in the fifth set before the Huskies rallied for a come-from-behind 26-28, 25-17, 22-25, 25-11, 16-14 win over the Bobcats on Thursday afternoon in Alaska Airlines Arena. Montana State (4-6) held an 11-7 lead over Washington (6-1) late in...
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Montana State's receiving threats have helped offense achieve uncharacteristic balance

Drake did its homework, but for a two-year-old assignment. The Bulldogs were facing Montana State, a team with a mobile quarterback and a head coach reputed to have a run-first philosophy. The Bobcats rushed for a program-record 3,871 yards in 2019 on 681 carries, 301 more than their pass attempts. Their best running back, Isaiah Ifanse, was starting against Drake on Saturday at Bobcat Stadium.
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Bayli Monck tops 1,000 career kills for MSU Billings

BILLINGS, Mont. – Despite a frenzied comeback in the fourth set and senior opposite hitter Bayli Monck surpassing 1,000 career kills, the Montana State University Billings volleyball team dropped the first game of Great Northwest Conference Athletic play against Central Washington in four sets on Thursday. “Tonight was a tough...
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Northern football ready for a dog fight

The Montana State University-Northern football team has dropped both of their games to start the fall 2021 season and things will not get much easier this Saturday. The Lights will head on the road to Dillon to face University of Montana Western as they try to pick up their first win this season. While the Bulldogs should be a formidable opponent, MSU-N head coach Andrew Rolin believes his team can compete if they execute their game plan.
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Montana State football can't underestimate winless University of San Diego Toreros

BOZEMAN — On Saturday, the Montana State football team (1-1) takes on the San Diego Toreros (0-2) at Bobcat Stadium. Despite their winless record, head coach Brent Vigen doesn’t want his team to underestimate their opponent. “It’s been a real consistent program, they’ve won countless conference titles, numerous playoff appearances,...
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Bobcat Football Prepares to Host Final Non-conference Opponent

Montana State Football heads into their second home game of the season with a 1-1 record. Their final non-conference opponent of the year, The University of San Diego, comes to Bozeman hungry for their first victory after losing to two Big Sky programs.
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