A short film about the 2013 Big Sky Men’s and Women’s Basketball Championships. The University of Montana hosted the two tournaments and went on to claim both the men’s and women’s titles.
SAN JOSE, Calif. — If the N.C.A.A. held a coed basketball tournament of families — your five against their five, all the way through the bracket — the Tinkles of Missoula, Mont., would be the runaway favorite, seeded first over all. “We’re pretty solid all around, one through five,” Joslyn Tinkle said. “I don’t think Read more »
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14 Teams. 2 Titles. 1 Roof.
It was an outstanding birthday “gift” received by University of Montana’s head basketball coach Wayne Tinkle on Saturday night (Jan. 26). The seventh-year mentor celebrated his 47th birthday with a hard-fought, tense 76-74 Big Sky Conference victory by his Grizzly team over the Weber State Wildcats in UM’s Dahlberg Arena. It wrapped up the first half Read more »
Last week a story came out about the Montana Football program posting a 3.3 million dollar profit. This news sounded rather impressive, and it was… but the numbers may have been skewed a little with a slight misunderstanding of how the numbers are represented. Jim O’Day, the former Director of Athletics at Montana, breaks down Read more »
The Griz and Lady Griz will be wearing Retro Unis against the Montana State Bobcats on January 19, 2013. What do you think?
On July 1, 2012 the Big Sky Conference will officially expand to 13 teams for football and 11 for all sports. North Dakota and Southern Utah will compete in all sports and UC Davis and Cal Poly will compete in only football. Most of you have already seen changes due to this expansion such as football Read more »
As most of you know, Coach Tinkle recently signed a three-year extension to his contract with the University of Montana. This is great news for Griz Nation as Coach Tinkle has been great for the program and is Grizzly Athletics as much as anyone could be. An article written by Daniel Martin on NBC Sports Read more »
The Montana Grizzlies have won the 2011-2012 Big Sky Conference Men’s All-Sport Trophy with an average of 11.75 points per sport. It’s their first trophy since the 1970-1971 season and their second since the Big Sky Conference started in 1963. Congrats Grizzlies! All Sports Trophy Standings More from GoGriz.com Montana has won the 2011-12 Big Sky Conference Read more »