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For the first time this fall, Northwest College men’s basketball had the opportunity to compete in a live setting over the weekend, hosting running-clock scrimmages at Cabre Gym. The … more
A month after hosting its first scrimmage, Northwest College volleyball traveled north to Miles City, Montana, on Saturday for more scrimmages against Miles Community College and Dawson Community … more
Some were at home. Others were at work. A few were even at the gym training for their upcoming seasons. Regardless of where they were, Sheridan College athletes will never forget the moment June … more
Just a few months ago, so much seemed uncertain for Northwest College rodeo. The program was unsure it would have a fall season because of COVID-19. Despite this previous uncertainty, the … more
It still will be several months until the Northwest College men’s soccer will play an official competition, but the Trappers were able to take the field this weekend in two scrimmages. NWC … more
After a disappointing third-place finish at the Trapper Rodeo in Cody a couple of weeks ago, the Northwest College rodeo team has turned a corner. The Trapper men finished in first place at a … more
Dan Mortensen struggled to fit in during his early years. Before becoming an icon in the rodeo community, Mortensen grew up in Billings, where he dreaded his days at Billings Senior High School. … more
For the first time in months, Northwest College volleyball took the court in a match setting on Saturday. The Trappers played host to Miles Community College for back-to-back scrimmages — one … more
Northwest College hosted its annual Trapper Stampede Rodeo over the weekend, competing against six other schools in the Big Sky region. NWC’s men’s team tallied 195 points on Friday, … more
Northwest College women’s basketball has added a new international player to its 2020-21 squad. Fernanda “Celina” Tress, a 5-foot-9 forward from Mexico, will be on the … more
A standout player from last season’s Trapper men’s basketball team is moving on to the next stage. Guard Kyle Brown has committed to play at the University of Missouri-Kansas City, … more
Only one Northwest College sport did not have to postpone its fall season in 2020: rodeo. And now it’s about to begin. Because it is unaffiliated with NJCAA — which decided in July to … more
The majority of Northwest College’s athletic competition won’t pick up until the spring semester, but the school has released its plan for teams to train safely until then. These new … more
Long before he took over as the women’s soccer coach at Northwest College in 2019, Aaron Miller was familiar with Powell, Wyoming. As the former head coach of the men’s and … more
Get comfortable being uncomfortable. That was Scott Keister’s motto when he took the job as Northwest College’s head volleyball coach. It now rings truer than ever. The National … more
The recent shutdown of Gillette and Sheridan College’s athletic departments continues to have an impact on the Northwest College athletic program. On Tuesday, the Trappers’ … more
The National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) approved a plan on Monday to move a majority of fall sports to the spring semester of the 2020-21 school year as a result of the COVID-19 … more
Jay Collins hasn’t coached since late February, and he won’t coach in a game setting until January. But in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Northwest College men’s … more
On Monday, the NJCAA was set to vote on a proposal that would move fall sports to the spring semester amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Northwest College, a member of the organization, stands to be … more
While Sheridan and Gillette colleges abruptly announced the elimination of their sports programs on Thursday, Northwest College leaders say their proposed budget for the coming year includes funding … more
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