Defense Continues to Display Ability to Sack the Quarterback
William boots 36-yard field goal in OT for the win
Offense Enjoys Big Day, Winning 73 to 23, Sophomore Punter Tim Gleeson Leaves Team
Cowboys Practice Outside in War Memorial Stadium for the First Time This Spring
Forty-seven UW students honored for hard work in classroom
UW This Season: Montgomery put in good work during 2014 spring drills, finishing as the No. 2 Z receiver on the final depth chart.
2013: Montgomery had a solid season for the UW offense with five catches for 102 yards and his first career score. He had a 72-yard catch-and-run TD versus Hawai'i. He was named to the Academic All-Conference team for the third-straight season.
2012: Montgomery played in 10 games in 2012, contributing two catches for 18 yards. Montgomery earned Academic All-Mountain West honors for keeping a 3.53 GPA in English.
2011: Montgomery was an excellent special forces performer for UW. He made one tackle against both Air Force and New Mexico. He has contributed on several special forces units for the Pokes. He made an impact in the classroom as well, receiving 2011 Mountain West Academic All-Conference and Scholar-Athlete honors.
High School: Montgomery was an offensive threat for coach Scott Howell at St. Paul Central High School. As a senior, Montgomery accumulated more than 1,000 combined rushing and receiving yards and nine touchdowns, while recording 22 tackles and one interception on the defensive side of the ball. His efforts earned him all-conference honors and he was a Twin City All-Star, while his team was conference and city champions. As a junior, he totaled 850 total yards and eight touchdowns to go with 35 tackles and one interception as he earned All-Conference honors and was a Twin City All-Star. Montgomery helped his team advance to postseason play each of his last three seasons.
Personal: Born on June 22, 1992, he is the son of Julian and Debra Montgomery and has two siblings. He was also recruited by Tulane. He is pursuing a degree in English at UW.