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Big Sky Conference
Established1963
AssociationNCAA
DivisionDivision I FCS
Members11 full-time
(2 football affiliates)
Sports fielded15 (men's: 6; women's: 9)
RegionWestern United States
HeadquartersOgden, Utah
CommissionerDouglas Fullerton (since 1995)
Websitebigskyconf.com
Locations

The Big Sky Conference (BSC) is an intercollegiate athletic conference affiliated with the NCAA's Division I, with football competing in the Football Championship Subdivision. Member institutions are located in the western United States in the nine states of Arizona, California, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, North Dakota, Oregon, Utah, and Washington. Two new affiliate members, from California, are football-only participants. Initially conceived for basketball,[1] the BSC was founded in 1963 with six members in four states; four of the charter members remain, and a fifth will return to the conference in 2014.

Member schoolsEdit

Full membersEdit

Institution Nickname Location Colors Founded Type Enrollment Endowment Joined
Eastern Washington University Eagles Cheney, Washington Red, White, Black
              
1882 Public 12,130 $52 million 1987
Idaho State University Bengals Pocatello, Idaho Orange, Black, White
              
1901 Public 15,553 $37 million 1963
University of Montana Grizzlies Missoula, Montana Maroon & Silver
         
1893 Public 15,352 $108 million 1963
Montana State University Bobcats Bozeman, Montana Navy Blue & Gold
         
1893 Public 14,060 $111 million 1963
University of North Dakota (The Fighting Sioux) Grand Forks, North Dakota Kelly Green, White, Black
              
1883 Public 15,250 $140 million 2012
Northern Arizona University Lumberjacks Flagstaff, Arizona Blue & Gold
         
1899 Public 23,600 $77 million 1970
University of Northern Colorado Bears Greeley, Colorado Navy Blue & Gold
         
1889 Public 12,392 $66 million 2006
Portland State University Vikings Portland, Oregon Forest Green, White, Black
              
1946 Public 24,284 $50 million 1996
California State University, Sacramento Hornets Sacramento, California Green & Gold
         
1947 Public 27,972 $24 million 1996
Southern Utah University Thunderbirds Cedar City, Utah Red, White, Black
              
1897 Public 7,509 $12 million 2012
Weber State University Wildcats Ogden, Utah Purple, Gray, White
              
1889 Public 23,335 $69 million 1963

Affiliate membersEdit

Institution Nickname Location Colors Founded Type Enrollment Endowment Joined Primary
Conference
Big Sky
Sport
California Polytechnic State University Mustangs San Luis Obispo, California Green & Gold
         
1901 Public 18,722 $149 million 2012 Big West football
University of California, Davis Aggies Davis, California Blue & Gold
         
1905 Public 27,530 $744 million 2012 Big West football

Future member (non-football)Edit

Institution Nickname Location Colors Founded Type Enrollment Endowment Joins Football
Conference
University of Idaho Vandals Moscow, Idaho Silver & Gold
              
1889 Public 12,312 $243 million 2014 Independent

Former membersEdit

Institution Nickname Location Joined Left Subsequent Conference Membership
Boise State University Broncos Boise, Idaho 1970 1996 Big West (1996–2001, 2013–forward)
WAC (2001–2011)
Mountain West (2011–2013)
Big East (football only) (2013-forward)
California State University, Northridge Matadors Northridge, California 1996 2001 Big West (2001–present)
Gonzaga University Bulldogs Spokane, Washington 1963 1979 WCC (1979–present)
University of Idaho Vandals Moscow, Idaho 1963 1996 Big West (1996–2005)
Sun Belt (football-only) (2001–2005)
WAC (2005–2014)
FBS independent (2013–forward)
University of Nevada Wolf Pack Reno, Nevada 1979 1992 Big West (1992–2000)
WAC (2000–2012)
Mountain West (2012–present)

Notes:

  • Gonzaga and Idaho were charter members in 1963; Gonzaga has not fielded a football team since 1941.
  • Idaho will rejoin the Big Sky Conference for the 2014 school year (except football, which will play as independent in FBS).

Membership timelineEdit

University of California, DavisCalifornia Polytechnic State UniversitySouthern Utah UniversityUniversity of North DakotaUniversity of Northern ColoradoPortland State UniversityCalifornia State University, SacramentoCalifornia State University, NorthridgeEastern Washington UniversityUniversity of Nevada, RenoNorthern Arizona UniversityBoise State UniversityWeber State UniversityMontana State University – BozemanUniversity of MontanaIdaho State UniversityUniversity of IdahoGonzaga University

Full members Assoc. members (football only) Full members (except football)

SportsEdit

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As of the 2012–13 school year, the Big Sky sponsors championships in men's and women's basketball, men's and women's cross country, football, women's golf, women's soccer, men's and women's tennis, men's and women's indoor and outdoor track, women's volleyball, and softball. The sport most recently added is softball; the 2012 expansion gave the Big Sky enough softball-playing institutions to form a softball conference.[2] Cal Poly and UC Davis participate as football-only affiliates, with the rest of their sports participating in the Big West.

The Big Sky is unusual among Division I all-sports conferences in not sponsoring baseball. The conference originally sponsored baseball, with all members participating. When Boise State and Northern Arizona arrived for the 1971 season, competition was split into two divisions of four teams each, with the winners in a best-of-three championship series.[3][4] Montana State[5] and Montana soon dropped the sport and by the 1973 season, only six teams remained but the divisions were kept, and Boise State moved over to the North Division for two years.[6] In May 1974, the Big Sky announced its intention to discontinue five of its ten sponsored sports. It retained football, basketball, cross-county, track, and wrestling, and dropped conference competition in baseball, golf, tennis, swimming, and skiing.[7][8] Of the eleven Big Sky baseball titles, four each went to Idaho (1964,'66,'67,'69)[9] and Gonzaga (1965,'71,'73,'74), and three to Weber State (1968,'70,'72).[10] Gonzaga won the final title in 1974 over Idaho State in three games, after losing the first game in Pocatello.[11] Southern division champion Idaho State chose to end its baseball program weeks following the conference's announcement,[12] and Gonzaga, Idaho, and Boise State joined the new Northern Pacific League (NorPac) for baseball in 1975.[13] Boise State and Idaho competed in the NorPac for six seasons, then discontinued baseball after the 1980 season.[14]

FacilitiesEdit

School Football stadium Capacity Basketball arena Capacity
Cal Poly Alex G. Spanos Stadium 11,075 Football-only member
Eastern Washington Roos Field 8,600 Reese Court 6,000
Idaho Non-football member Cowan Spectrum 7,000
Idaho State Holt Arena 12,000 Holt Arena
Reed Gym
8,000
3,040
Montana Washington–Grizzly Stadium 25,203 Dahlberg Arena 7,321
Montana State Bobcat Stadium 20,767 Worthington Arena 7,250
North Dakota Alerus Center 13,500 Ralph Engelstad Arena
Betty Engelstad Sioux Center
13,280
3,300
Northern Arizona Walkup Skydome 15,000 Walkup Skydome 7,000
Northern Colorado Nottingham Field 6,500 Butler–Hancock Sports Pavilion 2,992
Portland State Jeld-Wen Field 20,000 Peter Stott Center 1,500
Sacramento State Hornet Stadium 21,195 Colberg Court 1,200
Southern Utah Eccles Coliseum 8,500 Centrum Arena 5,300
UC Davis Aggie Stadium 10,367 Football-only member
Weber State Stewart Stadium 17,500 Dee Events Center 11,500

Note: Future members highlighted in gray.

Rivalries - Basketball Edit

Conference Edit

Non-conference Edit

Rivalries in italics will once again become conference matchups once Idaho returns to the Big Sky.

Rivalries - football Edit

Protected Football Rivalries Edit

School Rival 1 Rival 2
UC Davis Sacramento State Cal Poly
Cal Poly UC Davis Sacramento State
Eastern Washington Portland State Montana
Idaho State Weber State Portland State
Montana Montana State Eastern Washington
Montana State Montana North Dakota
North Dakota Montana State Northern Colorado
Northern Arizona Southern Utah Northern Colorado
Northern Colorado North Dakota Northern Arizona
Portland State Eastern Washington Idaho State
Sacramento State UC Davis Cal Poly
Southern Utah Northern Arizona Weber State
Weber State Idaho State Southern Utah

ConferenceEdit

Schools First
Meeting
Game Trophy Winner
(Last Meeting)
All-time Record
Cal Poly UC Davis 1939 Battle for the Golden Horseshoe The Golden Horseshoe Cal Poly Series Tied 17–17–2
Eastern Washington Portland State 1986 The Dam Cup Dam Cup Eastern Washington Portland State leads 19-15-1
Eastern Washington Montana 1938 The EWU-UM Governors Cup Governors Cup Montana Montana leads 25–11–1
Idaho State Weber State 1962 Weber State Weber State leads 35–14
Montana Montana State 1897 Brawl of the Wild The Great Divide Trophy Montana Montana leads 70–37–5
UC Davis Sacramento State 1954 Causeway Classic Causeway Carriage UC Davis UC Davis leads 39-18
Cal Poly Sacramento State 1967 Green and Gold Game Sacramento State The Series is Tied 16-16
Southern Utah Northern Arizona 1983 The Canyonland Classic HintonBurdick Grand Canyon Trophy Southern Utah Northern Arizona leads 11-5

Non-conferenceEdit

Schools First
Meeting
Game Trophy Winner
(Last Meeting)
All-time Record Note
Idaho Idaho State 1916 Idaho Idaho leads 28–11 Last competed for in 2008
Idaho State Boise State 1968 Boise State Boise State leads 24–6
Montana Idaho 1903 Little Brown Stein Montana Idaho leads 55–27–2 Last competed for in 2003
Northern Colorado Colorado State 1893 Colorado State Colorado State leads 18–1–1 Sept. 10 2011. First game in 25 years.
North Dakota North Dakota State 1894 Nickel Trophy North Dakota North Dakota leads 62–45–3 Defunct - No longer competed for

Commissioners Edit

Headquarters Edit

Big Sky championships Edit

Big Sky men's basketball Edit

Season Regular Season Champion Tournament Champion
1964 Montana State no tournament
1965 Weber State
1966 Weber State, Gonzaga
1967 Gonzaga, Montana State
1968 Weber State
1969 Weber State
1970 Weber State
1971 Weber State
1972 Weber State
1973 Weber State
1974 Idaho State
1975 Montana
1976 Weber State, Boise State, Idaho State Boise State
1977 Idaho State Idaho State
1978 Montana Weber State
1979 Weber State Weber State
1980 Weber State Weber State
1981 Idaho Idaho
1982 Idaho Idaho
1983 Weber State, Nevada Weber State
1984 Weber State Nevada
1985 Nevada Nevada
1986 Northern Arizona, Montana Montana State
1987 Montana State Idaho State
1988 Boise State Boise State
1989 Boise State Idaho
1990 Idaho Idaho
1991 Montana Montana
1992 Montana Montana
1993 Idaho Boise State
1994 Weber State, Idaho State Boise State
1995 Weber State, Montana Weber State
1996 Montana State Montana State
1997 Northern Arizona Montana
1998 Northern Arizona Northern Arizona
1999 Weber State Weber State
2000 Montana, Eastern Washington Northern Arizona
2001 CS-Northridge CS-Northridge
2002 Montana State Montana
2003 Weber State Weber State
2004 Eastern Washington Eastern Washington
2005 Portland State Montana
2006 Northern Arizona Montana
2007 Weber State, Northern Arizona Weber State
2008 Portland State Portland State
2009 Weber State Portland State
2010 Weber State Montana
2011 Northern Colorado Northern Colorado
2012 Montana Montana

Basketball championships (by school) Edit

School Member years Titles Last won
Weber State1963–present 19 2010
Montana 1963–present 8 2012
Montana State1963–present 5 2002
Northern Arizona1970–present 5 2007
Idaho1963–96 4 1993
Idaho State1963–present 4 1994
Boise State1970–96 3 1989
Gonzaga1963–79 2 1967
Nevada 1979–92 2 1985
Northern Colorado2006–present 2 2011
Portland State1996–present 2 2009
Eastern Washington 1987–present 1 2004
CS-Northridge1996–2001 1 2001
Sacramento State1996–present 0 N/A

Big Sky Women's Basketball Edit

Season Tournament Champion Tournament Runner-Up
1983 Montana Weber State
1984 Montana Eastern Washington
1985 Idaho Montana
1986 Montana Eastern Washington
1987 Eastern Washington Montana
1988 Montana Eastern Washington
1989 Montana Idaho
1990 Montana Idaho
1991 Montana Montana State
1992 Montana Boise State
1993 Montana State Montana
1994 Montana Boise State
1995 Montana Montana State
1996 Montana Weber State
1997 Montana Montana State
1998 Montana Northern Arizona
1999 CS Northridge Portland State
2000 Montana CS-Northridge
2001 Idaho State Montana
2002 Weber State Montana State
2003 Weber State Montana State
2004 Montana Idaho State
2005 Montana Weber State
2006 Northern Arizona Weber State
2007 Idaho State Northern Arizona
2008 Montana Montana State
2009 Montana Portland State
2010 Portland State Montana State

Big Sky football titlesEdit

Season, conference record,[21][22] and champion

  • 1970 - (5-0) - Montana
  • 1971 - (4-1) - Idaho - (Boise State won Camellia Bowl, UI was Div. I)
  • 1972 - (5-1) - Montana State
  • 1973 - (6-0) - Boise State - Div. II semi-finalist
  • 1974 - (6-0) - Boise State
  • 1975 - (5-0-1) - Boise State
  • 1976 - (6-0) - Montana State - won Div. II national championship
  • 1977 - (6-0) - Boise State - not invited to Div. II playoffs
  • 1978 - (6-0) - Northern Arizona - not invited to inaugural four-team I-AA playoffs - (independent Nevada selected from West)
  • 1979 - (6-1) - Montana State - (Boise State (7-0) ineligible) - Nevada (5-2) to four-team I-AA playoffs
  • 1980 - (6-1) - Boise State - won I-AA national championship
  • 1981 - (6-1) - Idaho State^ - (also 6-1 - Boise State - both to eight-team I-AA playoffs) - ISU won I-AA national championship
  • 1982 - (5-2) - Montana^ - (also 5-2 - Idaho, Montana State - UM @ UI in twelve-team I-AA playoffs, MSU excluded)
  • 1983 - (6-1) - Nevada - I-AA semi-finalist
  • 1984 - (6-1) - Montana State - won I-AA national championship
  • 1985 - (6-1) - Idaho^ - (also 6-1 - Nevada - both to I-AA playoffs)
  • 1986 - (7-0) - Nevada - I-AA semi-finalist
  • 1987 - (7-1) - Idaho^ - (also 7-1 - Weber State - both to I-AA playoffs)
  • 1988 - (7-1) - Idaho - I-AA semi-finalist
  • 1989 - (8-0) - Idaho - (Montana - I-AA semi-finalist)
  • 1990 - (7-1) - Nevada - I-AA runner-up, defeated Boise State in I-AA semi-finals in 3OT
  • 1991 - (8-0) - Nevada
  • 1992 - (6-1) - Idaho^ and Eastern Washington - (both to I-AA playoffs)
  • 1993 - (7-0) - Montana - (Idaho - I-AA semi-finalist)
  • 1994 - (6-1) - Boise State - I-AA runner-up - (Montana - I-AA semi-finalist)
  • 1995 - (6-1) - Montana - won I-AA national championship
  • 1996 - (8-0) - Montana - I-AA runner-up
  • 1997 - (7-1) - Eastern Washington - I-AA semi-finalist
  • 1998 - (6-2) - Montana
  • 1999 - (7-1) - Montana
  • 2000 - (8-0) - Montana - I-AA runner-up
  • 2001 - (7-0) - Montana - won I-AA national championship
  • 2002 - (5-2) - Montana, Montana State, and Idaho State - (UM, MSU to I-AA playoffs, ISU excluded)
  • 2003 - (5-2) - Montana State^, Montana, and Northern Arizona - (all three to I-AA playoffs)
  • 2004 - (6-1) - Montana^ and Eastern Washington - (both to I-AA playoffs) - UM - I-AA runner-up
  • 2005 - (5-2) - Eastern Washington^, Montana State, and Montana - (EWU, UM to I-AA playoffs, MSU excluded)
  • 2006 - (8-0) - Montana - FCS semi-finalist
  • 2007 - (8-0) - Montana
  • 2008 - (7-1) - Weber State^ and Montana - (both to FCS playoffs) - UM - FCS runner-up
  • 2009 - (8-0) - Montana - FCS runner-up
  • 2010 - (7-1) - Montana State^ and Eastern Washington - (both to FCS playoffs) - EWU won FCS national championship
  • 2011 - (7-1) - Montana^ and Montana State (both to FCS playoffs)
  • 2012 - (7-1) - Eastern Washington^, Montana State, and Cal Poly - (all three to FCS playoffs)

^ - winner of head-to-head matchup(s) in conference game(s) during the regular season.

Football championships (by school) Edit

School member years total titles Last won
Montana 1963–present 19 2011
Montana State1963–present 14 2012
Idaho 1963–95 8 1992
Gonzaga1963–79 n/a
Boise State1970–95 6 1994
Eastern Washington 1987–present 6 2012
Nevada 1979–92 4 1991
Idaho State1963–present 3 2002
Weber State1963–present 3 2008
Northern Arizona1970–present 2 2003
Cal Poly 2012–present 1 2012
Cal State Northridge1996–2001 0
Sacramento State1996–present 0
Portland State1996–present 0
Northern Colorado2006–present 0
North Dakota 2012–present 0
Southern Utah 2012–present 0
UC Davis 2012–present 0

Overall Big Sky Conference champions Edit

Boise State Broncos (1970–1996) California State Northridge Matadors (1996–2001) Eastern Washington Eagles (1987–present) Gonzaga Bulldogs (1963–1979) Idaho State Bengals (1963–present) Montana State University Bobcats (1963–present) Northern Arizona University Lumberjacks (1970–present) Portland State Vikings (1996–present) Sacramento State Hornets (1996–present) University of Idaho Vandals (1963–1996) University of Nevada Wolfpack (1979–1992) University of Northern Colorado Bears (2006–present) University of Montana Grizzlies (1963–present) Weber State Wildcats (1963–present)
Football 6 - 5 - 3 11 2 - - 8 4 - 19 3
Men's Basketball 2 1 1 2 2 5 4 2 - 4 1 1 8 18
Women's Basketball (RS/Tourn) 1/0 1/1 1/1 - 3/3 3/1 1/1 1/1 - 1/1 - 1/0 20/19 2/2
Men's Cross Country 2 - - - 5 2 18 - - 2 3 - 8 7
Women's Cross Country - - - - - 4 15 - - 1 - - 2 4
Men's Indoor Track and Field 2 - - - 5 - 12 - 2 1 1 - - 5
Women's Indoor Track and Field 6 3 - - 1 1 7 - 2 1 - - 1 4
Men's Outdoor Track and Field 1 - - - 12 1 15 - - 4 2 - 1 9
Women's Outdoor Track and Field 6 3 - - 1 1 7 - 3 1 - - 1 5
Men's Tennis 5 - 1 - 2 4 2 - 10 10 2 - - 11
Women's Tennis 2 1 - - 2 - 3 - 9 - 1 - - 10
Women's Soccer - - 1 - 2 - - 1 1 - - - 4 4
Volleyball 1 1 5 - 3 - 1 5 11 3 - 2 3 -
Women's Golf 1 - - - 1 1 5 4 1 - - - 1 1
Men's Golf (1964–2002) 1 1 - - - - - 1 2 - 2 - 6 17
Baseball (1963–1974) - - - 4 - - - - - 4 - - - 3
Men's Swimming (1963–1974) - - - - - - - - - 2 - - 8 -
Wrestling (1963–1987) 10 - - - 7 3 - - - - - - 1 2
Men's Skiing (1963–1974) 1 - - - - 4 - - - 2 - - 3 -

Football Edit

Basketball Edit

References Edit

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