Vince Bagby

Sports Director

POSTED: 12:45 PM Jun 13 2012   UPDATED: 3:20 PM Jun 23 2014

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Vince Bagby is the sports director at NBC Montana. He started working in our sports department part-time in October of 2009.

Vince also spent a year as the news director for KBGA College Radio in Missoula while attending school at the University of Montana. He graduated from the U of M School of Journalism in December of 2010.

Vince is originally from Kalispell and is a graduate of Flathead High. During high school he played baseball for the Kalispell Lakers. He says baseball is definitely his favorite sport. However he is passionate about covering all types of sports.

Vince loves the Missoula area and he feels very blessed to find a full-time job with NBC Montana following his college graduation.

In his spare time Vince enjoys working out, hiking and playing sports. He is a die-hard fan of the New York Mets and the Seattle Seahawks.

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Ben Roberts Griz football

Missoula's Roberts hopes for chance at pro football

The NFL Draft week is here.  Former Grizzly defensive standout Tyrone Holmes will have the best chance of hearing his name called this weekend, but once the dust settles from the draft Missoula's own Ben Roberts hopes he might get an invite from a professional team.

Berthany Olea Montana softball

Grizzlies' Olea reaching base at an impressive rate

The Big Sky softball season is winding down and with just two weeks left in conference play the Grizzlies are inching closer to clinching their first postseason tournament in the just the program's second season.

Hailee Bennett Glacier Wolfpack

Bennett selected for Montana-Wyoming All Star series

The high school basketball career of Hailee Bennett came to an abrupt end this season when the Wolfpack were upset in their home playoff game and fell short of the state tournament.

Matt Quist high jump

Quist setting the bar for Big Sky jumpers

Montana's Matt Quist has been turning heads around the Big Sky Conference during his sophomore campaign.  The high jumper out of Kalispell had the second best leap at the indoor championships in February.  Then earlier this month at the Al Manuel Meet in Missoula, Quist really took it to another level by clearing 7 feet, 1 inch.

Sydney Stites Griz softball

Stites sets tone for Grizzly offense

The term freshman phenom was invented for players like Montana’s Sydney Stites. In her very first college softball campaign, the 19-year-old is currently hitting .385. She also leads the Big Sky Conference with nine home runs, 95 total bases, and 35 runs scored.

Missoula Mavericks baseball

Mavericks ready to open legion season

After another long winter of indoor workouts, the Missoula Mavericks AA team is now just three days away from their season opener.  The Mavs have four returning AA players to start the season with another handful returning from college at the end of May.

Megan Delaney Frenchtown softball

New-look Broncs Bombers hungry for more success

When it comes to class A softball, the Northwest Conference has dominated the last decade of play by winning nine state championships in a row.  Four of those have gone to Frenchtown including the last three in a row, but to win a fourth straight the Broncs know they have their work cut out for them.

Kobey Eaton Griz football

Young Griz receivers ready for challenge

The Griz football team is enjoying spring break this week before returning for two more weeks of practice leading up to their annual spring game on Saturday, April 23.

Riley Bradshaw Griz basketball

Griz guard Bradshaw will transfer for senior season

When the Montana men's basketball team lost to Nevada in the CBI two weeks ago, they knew they were saying goodbye to senior Martin Breunig.  Now there are more farewells to be had as this week the program is also saying goodbye to guard Riley Bradshaw who just finished his junior season in Missoula.

Brady Gustafson spring practice

Griz offense progressing in Stitt's second spring

With new head coaches there often come growing pains as football teams make transitions to new systems.  In Montana's first season under Bob Stitt, the Grizzlies managed eight wins and advanced into the second round of the FCS playoffs, but the offense did see it's share of inconsistencies.