Both the Montana men's and women's basketball teams lost their games on the road on Friday, November 29.
Montana Sports Information says the Lady Griz lost to North Dakota State in the opening game of the Loyola Marymount Double Tree Los Angeles Westside Thanksgiving Classic 70-53 on Friday afternoon...
UPDATE - Monday, November 18, 2013 9:00 p.m.
University of Montana Women's Basketball Coach Robin Selvig and his Lady Griz held on down the stretch with tough defense and clutch free throws to beat the Lady Pilots of Portland 68-61 and give Selvig his long-anticipated 800th win.
For the first time since 2008, the Montana Lady Griz will be opening their season with two straight home games, giving head coach Robin Selvig the opportunity to win his 800th game in the friendly confines of Dahlberg Arena. For a town that loves a good party, the anticipation is already growing... and its only June.
On Monday, Montana Grizzly head basketball coach Wayne Tinkle was honored by the Big Sky Conference with his second straight "Coach of the Year" award.The Grizzlies enjoyed a rousing sendoff Tuesday morning on the way to San Jose for a Thursday game against Syracuse.
Update:Sunday, March 17 4:30 p.m.
At a packed house in the Press Box Restaurant, players, coaches and maroon-clad fans eagerly awaited Greg Gumbel on the CBS-TV NCAA Selection Sunday show just who the Grizzlies would play in the first round of the NCAA basketball tournament. The word came as Gumbel announced the second round in the East Regional to be held in San Jose, California. Number four see
Starting Wednesday and continuing through Saturday night, hundreds and perhaps thousands of fans, families and officials will descend on Missoula for the combined men's and women's Big Sky Conference basketball tournaments.
Saturday, March 9, 2013...a date that will live in the minds of Missoula sports fans for a long, long time, as three teams brought home titles; The Hellgate boys, The Sentinel girls, and the University of Montana Grizzlies.