(Story by RMC Athletics) BILLINGS – Rocky Mountain College head women’s basketball coach Wes Keller has announced Makenna Liles’ Letter-of-Intent signing for the Fall of
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GREAT FALLS – Days after leading Montana Western to its first ever NAIA national championship, Brianna King was named the NAIA Player of the Year
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Rocky Mountain College’s upset bid of top-seeded Georgetown College (Ky.) in the first round of the NAIA Men’s National Tournament fell
NAIA men’s basketball national tournament Mar. 20-26 at Municipal Auditorium in Kansas City, Mo. *all times Mountain Daylight Time Wednesday, March 20 (first round) Game
(Story by RMC Athletics) PRIMM, Nev. – Placing second after a playoff, Rocky’s Eryn Ellis narrowly missed the women’s individual honors Tuesday at the Battle
Exactly 10 years ago today, un-seeded Rocky Mountain College opened the 2009 NAIA Men’s Basketball Championships with a one-point overtime win over No. 13 Freed-Hardeman. No one could have predicted what would happen next.
(Editor’s note: Story by RMC Athletics) KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Rocky Mountain College’s Brooke Jones and Olivia James were selected as 2019 Daktronics-NAIA DI Women’s
BILLINGS – In a battle of Bears, Rocky Mountain College jumped out to an early 7-2 lead, but cold shooting doomed them from there in
(Story by RMC Athletics) JACKSON HOLE – Rocky Mountain College placed first, second, and fourth on their way to their third giant slalom national team
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The Rocky Mountain College men aren’t done playing basketball just yet. The Battlin’ Bears learned their postseason fate on Wednesday afternoon,
(Story by RMC Athletics) JACKSON HOLE – The Rocky Mountain College women’s ski racing team took third Tuesday in the U.S. Collegiate Ski and Snowboard
NAIA women’s basketball national tournament March 13-19 at Rimrock Auto Arena at MetraPark in Billings *all times Mountain Daylight Time Wednesday, March 13 (first round)
BILLINGS – If there’s one sport that operates like clockwork at Rocky Mountain College, it’s ski racing. When the United State Collegiate Ski Association Championships
Five Rocky Mountain College Battlin’ Bears showcased their talents in front of scouts Monday at Montana State University’s Pro Day with aspirations of continuing their football careers.
The No. 10 ranked Rocky Mountain College Battlin’ Bears kicked off the spring season with a first place victory in a field of eight teams at the MJGA Collegiate in Las Vegas, Nev.