HELENA — Montana Tech and Southern Oregon continued to reign as two of the top 10 teams in the latest NAIA Top 25 poll released on Monday.
BUTTE -- Montana Tech learned its lesson.
The next Saints had their chances to impress Carroll’s football coaching staff on Monday, as the program hosted its annual Junior Day.
Carroll College football and court sport season tickets are now on sale.
Carroll College football coach Mike Van Diest announced the signing of junior college transfer Ryan Beaulieu on Tuesday. He is a defensive back originally from Las Vegas, but transferring from Pima Community College in Phoenix.
Josh James knows this is his second chance.
The University of Montana Western Bulldogs announced their football team captains via Twitter on Tuesday.
And on the 15th practice, the Saints offense won the day.
Carroll College’s football team will take the field at Nelson Stadium one final time before summer on Saturday, hitting the gridiron for the team’s annual spring game. The game serves as the last showcase before the team breaks for summer.
The Saints’ process of building of their two-deep is well underway.
While spring football at Carroll is all about getting current players reps and confidence heading into the summertime, it’s also about what’s missing.
As you drive on Benton, you’ll notice the auxiliary fields at Carroll College occupied once again with football players.
Carroll College football coach Mike Van Diest announced on Friday the signing of Erik Haun, a 6-foot-3, 230-pound middle linebacker from Idaho's 5A State champion Mountain View High School in Meridian.
The Carroll College football team began spring practice Saturday, officially kicking off the Saints' campaign to improve after a 4-6 season in 2016.
Carroll College football coach Mike Van Diest has announced the signings of defensive lineman Brennan Dalgleish from Mount Si High School in Snoqualmie, Washington, and TJ Abraham a wide receiver from Powell, Wyoming.
Marcus Miller has joined a burgeoning corps of defensive backs in the Carroll College Saints program.
Sometimes, the Saints’ greatest recruiting tool is the geography.
The Saints announced the majority of their recruiting haul on Wednesday, taking part in the NCAA's National Signing Day.
Carroll College's football program has added a 6-foot-3, 280-pound offensive lineman by way of Pasco, Washington, to its 2017 recruiting class.
Carroll College has announced the signing of five football players. Two of the signings had previously been reported by the Independent Record. Another announced his commitment via Twitter and spoke to the IR.