Griz stay dominant in convincing win over Portland State, look to maintain momentum into Fall
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Even after being starved of Griz football for over a year, fans hit the exit early at Saturday’s game against Portland State at Washington Grizzly Stadium as Montana rolled to a statement 48-7 win. It was the second game in the span of a week that Montana absolutely dominated all aspects of …

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University of Montana hammer thrower Tanessa Morris has competed in the hammer throw event three different times this season at track and field meets. She’s won all three times. 

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Painuulasi Redmond works a day job for eight hours, and a night job for up to five more every week to earn enough to raise her two sons by herself. She tries to get as much sleep as possible, but usually she has to wait until the weekend to rest. 

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As Montana senior forward Alexa Coyle prepared to take a pivotal free kick in UM’s game against Eastern Washington on April 11, fans, coaches and players from Eastern Washington were livid, yelling at Coyle and the referees. UM was up 2-1, but Eastern Washington had the momentum.

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In Montana’s first football game since the start of the pandemic, the Griz steamrolled Central Washington 59-3 on April 10 in Washington-Grizzly Stadium. 

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In the third game of University of Montana Softball’s three-game series against Sacramento State on April 3, the Griz were losing 4-1 in the fourth inning and desperately needed to score some runs. Junior catcher McKenna Tjaden stepped up to the plate with a runner on base, waited for a good…

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University of Montana senior Claire Howard’s shutout record could have ended in disaster if she had mishandled an errant ball that came whizzing toward her team’s goal in the second half of a March 28 soccer game against Portland State. 

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As University of Montana soccer goalie Claire Howard talked to media members after UM’s game against Portland State on March 28, her teammates snuck up behind her and drenched her with a cooler full of water. The sneak-attack bath was well-deserved after Howard broke the Big Sky Conference r…

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During one of NCAA’s most profitable events of the entire year, the NCAA basketball tournament, the men’s players received a state-of-the-art weight room filled with racks of dumbbells, plenty of multicolored weighted plates and stations to do a variety of workouts. But for the women’s teams…

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In the 2021 spring sports seasons, the Kaimin will be giving out awards to athletes after each sport has concluded. Women’s basketball was the first season to end in 2021, when the Lady Griz fell to Sacramento State on March 10 in the Big Sky Tournament.

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