Montana State Bobcats looking to end strong for seniors

Posted at 8:43 PM, Feb 27, 2018

BOZEMAN – It’s been a tough past two months for the Montana State Bobcats mens basketball team. Since starting 4-0 in the Big Sky, they have lost 10 of their last 12 games, recently losing to the Griz by 27 points on Saturday. But the season isn’t over.

The Cats still have two more regular season games to go and both are being played at home. And even though they have the Big Sky tournament still to come, this week is sending the seniors off with two final wins on their home court.

“Zach (Green) was one of the first guys we’ve ever signed,” said Bobcats head coach Brian Fish. “He’s been an outstanding worker and leader of our team. And Benson (Osayande) and Joe (Mvuezolo) have come in from the Junior College route. And then Konner (Frey) is kind of like that fifth-year type guy. So they’ve been phenomenal to be around, they’ve worked hard…Just hopefully can give them a good weekend to go out on.”

The Cats wrap up their season at home against Idaho State on Thursday on Weber State on Saturday.