(Editor's note: RMC Athletics release)
BILLINGS -- Rocky Mountain College men's head basketball coach Bill Dreikosen has announced the addition of two area standouts to the Battlin’ Bears program.
Billings Christian School product Drew Ouradnik will join the program this fall. The 6-foot-3 guard helped lead the Warriors to the 2020 Montana Christian Athletic Association state championship and was named the tournament’s most valuable player. On the season, Ouradnik averaged 26 points and five rebounds per contest.
Ouradnik was named MCAA all-conference and first-team all-state, as well as earning a spot on the NCSAA all tournament team.
Ouradnik brings a 3.0 GPA to Rocky and plans to major in pre-med.
Brett Clark heads to Rocky Mountain College by way of Bozeman Senior High School.
Clark, a 6-5 forward, averaged 10 points and six rebounds per game for the Hawks. As a junior, his 18 points in the Class AA state title game helped lead the Hawks to the state championship. This past season Clark earned second-team all-conference as a basketball player and was a starting receiver for the state championship football team.
Clark has earned academic all-state honors the past three years. He brings a 3.9 GPA to Rocky and plans to earn a degree in business.
“We are excited to have this high quality of local talent joining our program,” Dreikosen said. “Drew and Brett have both been a major part of state championship teams and are very good students. We look forward to them joining our program.”