Montana State University and Bobcat merchandise sales have grown significantly over the past ten years. With a worldwide alumni network more than 100,000 strong and numerous regional friends and fans, there’s never been a better time to carry MSU and Bobcat gear.
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Montana State University iin Bozeman is the largest university in Montana. Otheer campus locations include Billings, Great Falls and Havre. Out of 4,338 U.S. higher education institutions, Montana State is the only university to hold three distinctive Carnegie designations: Very High Undergraduate, Very High Research and Community Engagement. MSU is among the top five public universities in the nation for number of Goldwater Scholarship recipients.
Montana State has been ranked by LendEDU and Best Colleges as well as Backpacker and Powder magazines as a top school for outdoor recreation. MSU has more than 100,000 living alumni, with over 45,000 alumni living in Montana Top alumni cities in Montana: Bozeman, Billings, Helena, Great Falls, Missoula, Belgrade, Kalispell, Butte, Livingston, Manhattan, Whitefish and Lewistown. Top regional alumni cities: Seattle, Portland, Spokane, Boise, Denver, Anchorage, Idaho Falls, Littleton, Salt Lake City, Minneapolis, Fort Collins and Las Vegas. Student Athlete GPA: 3.27 — 38th consecutive semester above 3.0.
The Bobcat women’s basketball team is second in the Big Sky in average attendance, the men are third. MSU finished the 2019 football season sixth in the FCS in average attendance and fifth in percentage of capacity. Montana State has won its annual rivalry series against the University of Montana, the Brawl of the Wild Cup, for three straight years(2016-17, 2017-18, 2018-19).
The Bobcat football team and Weber State are the only two Big Sky football teams to qualify for the FCS Playoffs in each of the last two seasons, with the Bobcats advancing to the semifinals in 2019 for the firsttime since 1984.
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