Washington-Grizzly Stadium celebrates its 30th anniversary this season. Take a look back at the home of the Grizzlies through the years.
MISSOULA — Charlie Woida is no longer Montana’s director of athletic performance as of Monday, according to a report from the Montana Kaimin.
BOISE — Against tough competition, the Montana men's tennis team continued its hot start to the fall season with a couple of deep runs in the draws and some highlight wins this past weekend at the Dar Walters Classic.
POCATELLO, Idaho — Montana was down 21-13 at halftime. But don't tell the Grizzlies that.
HILLSBORO, Ore. — Ahead of Montana’s football matchup with Portland State, defensive coordinator Jason Semore gave his players a pep talk.
MISSOULA — It was a routine play on second-and-10.
Nineteen years after graduating from the University of Montana, Marty Mornhinweg and his wife were 30,000 feet up in the Big Sky following his first visit back to Missoula in two decades.
Though North Dakota is soon leaving the Big Sky Conference, the Fighting Hawks don't plan to be strangers.
If the guy in front of you in line this summer is 7 feet tall and ordering a burrito for lunch, you've probably just run into former Griz star Brian Qvale on break from playing professional basketball in Europe.
A recent verbal commitment from what looks like Montana's quarterback of the future didn't dissuade Eureka QB Garrett Graves from giving the Grizzlies his own recruiting commitment Monday evening.
When an NFL head coach, unprompted, singles out for praise an undrafted receiver who missed his entire rookie season because of injury, you know that guy has had a heck of an offseason.
After years of being the biggest stars on campus, of compiling highlight-reel plays and leading the Griz to victory, stepping into NFL mini camp is awfully humbling.
The Battle at Old Works, a two-day tournament that the Montana women’s golf program will co-host with Montana State, highlights the Grizzlies’ 2017-18 schedule that was released Friday.
There's not a much better breeding ground of college-ready football players than Southern California's Trinity League.
Katie Benz has been hired to complete the Montana women's soccer coaching staff, the program announced this week.
Nearly eight months after leading Bozeman to the State AA soccer title, incoming Griz freshman Alexa Coyle has been named the Gatorade Montana Girls Soccer Player of the Year.
Among Valier's most successful pass plays the past few years is the end-zone "jump ball," a lob pass intended to let a receiver go up and get the ball at its highest point over a defender.
The meaning of the green hat, the genesis of the headgear worn by Griz football coach Bob Stitt on the Montana sideline on game days that has led to so many questions, so much hand wringing, so many whispers of 'Doesn’t he know we’re maroon?' can trace its roots back to 1988.
Tuesday's record rainfall was hardly a single-day anomaly in Missoula this spring. Total precipitation is more than 3 inches ahead of the norm in 2017 -- up to nearly 10 inches already -- as frigid and snowy winter conditions gave way to warmer but equally wet spring weather.
The first time Kentucky called, looking for a game to add to its November road trip to Washington State, Montana coach Shannon Schweyen wasn’t so sure. It was her first year, and the Lady Griz, shorthanded and inexperienced, were going 59 days between wins.
Kelby Kramer and Brendan Howard were giving fans an early look at what a Big Sky Conference basketball match up could entail this past weekend.
To Nate Hammond, Sophia Stiles was the blonde willowy middle schooler who lived next door, smiled a lot and babysat his two young children on occasion.
The Montana Grizzlies will not be among the top 25 FCS programs in the nation in 2017, according to Athlon Sports.
The wide receiving corps at the University of Montana added a new member to its ranks with the late signing of Malik Flowers, who has accepted a scholarship offer to join the football program.
Two of the Montana softball program’s four incoming freshmen have been named the Gatorade Player of the Year for their home states.
Missoula Sentinel's Kylie Frohlich received a bit of extra good news from Lady Griz coach Shannon Schweyen after the Sentinel girls' basketball star gave her verbal commitment to play for the program in two seasons.
Former Montana linebacker Jeremiah Kose is staying north of the border after signing with the Canadian Football League's Edmonton Eskimos.
The last time football fans in Missoula saw Bryce Carver, he was decked out in maroon and silver and starting for the Grizzlies. Almost five years have passed, but Carver has never really left the game.