Gazelas will have one season of eligibility remaining.
The Bobcats needed several different aspects of the game to fall their way if they were to pull off the upset.
GREENSBORO, N.C. — Montana State’s second venture into the NCAA Tournament against a Big 12 team showed marked improvement from last year.
Q&A: Montana State great Mick Durham enjoying another NCAA Tournament run from Danny Sprinkle-led Bobcats
"It's great for Danny. I’m obviously very proud of him and what he's done. To be able to go back-to-back is pretty cool." Former MSU player an…
“They have a lot of NBA players and talent and length on that team, but I think they play really well together." MSU coach Danny Sprinkle
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“The four years he’s put in, it’s been hard. He came in and he believed when there wasn’t much in our program.” - Head coach Danny Sprinkle
“It's just grown so much. When you hear Montana State basketball now, it means a lot more than it did before.” - Carter Ash
Montana State junior guard RaeQuan Battle added two more accolades to his memorable season as he was named to the National Association of Bask…
Danny Sprinkle felt Montana State could be good again, but he knew the Bobcats would need reinforcements.
The Montana State men’s basketball team received a No. 14 seed in the East Region of the 2023 NCAA Tournament.
“The best part is now. You stress and you work and you put your blood, sweat and tears every single day into this game. We do it for this. We …
RaeQuan Battle's late dunk helps Montana State men survive double overtime against Weber State in Big Sky semifinals
A dunk from RaeQuan Battle put the Bobcats ahead and a block from Caleb Fuller as time expired preserved the win, sending MSU to the champions…
The Bobcats (23-9) advanced to Tuesday’s semifinal game against the winner of No. 3 seed Weber State and No. 6 seed Sacramento State, which wi…
“Number 13 should go in the rafters. What he’s done for MSU, what he means to the Bobcats, he’s a special player.” - Teammate Great Osobor
"As long as we have our defensive edge and energy, I genuinely believe that nothing can go wrong for us." MSU senior forward Jubrile Belo
The Montana State men’s basketball team had four individuals recognized by the Big Sky Conference on Friday as the conference office announced…
“It’s a true pleasure, and I can't thank Coach Sprinkle and (assistant Chris) Haslam enough for bringing me here because it's been one of the …
“I don’t care if it’s in Cheney, Boise, it doesn’t matter. When you put that Montana State jersey on, you better be ready to fight.” MSU coach…
The afternoon began with “God Save the King” and ended with a standing ovation.
MSU’s physical defense asserted itself as normal, and the Bobcats found another way to win — this time 60-56 over the Hornets at Worthington Arena.
The Bobcats made 32 of 41 free throws against the Griz and were rewarded with a 72-68 victory at Worthington Arena.
RaeQuan Battle admits the tattoo on the inside of his left forearm is a little outdated.
The outcome of the rivalry game is not only meaningful in the never-ending chase for bragging rights, but it also weighs heavily in the Big Sk…
Two late jumpers from RaeQuan Battle in the last two minutes helped the Montana State men’s basketball team hold off the Idaho State Bengals i…
The Montana State men’s basketball team led at halftime but went cold in the second half en route to a 73-63 loss at Weber State on Thursday night.
Leaving nothing to chance on Saturday, MSU led for all but 54 seconds against the Bears.