• Orediggers athletes earn Scholar-Team distinction

    Orediggers athletes earn Scholar-Team distinction0

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) announce the Scholar-Teams for 2016-17. All six sports sponsored by Montana Tech were named Scholar-Teams. In total, 1,677 teams in the NAIA earned the Scholar-Team honor. For a team to be considered for the NAIA Scholar-Team award, it must have a minimum 3.0 grade

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  • North Dakota picked to win Big Sky football

    North Dakota picked to win Big Sky football0

    PARK CITY, Utah — The North Dakota Fighting Hawks were the Big Sky’s surprise story in 2016, going 8-0 and sharing the league title with Eastern Washington. The Fighting Hawks are expected to surprise no one in the 2017 season, as the league’s coaches and media selected North Dakota to repeat as Big Sky champions

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  • MSU-Northern women sign California post player

    MSU-Northern women sign California post player0

    HAVRE — Montana State University-Northern women’s basketball coach Chris Mouat announced today the signing of Hazel Hill to join the Skylight program in the fall. Hill is a 6-foot-1 post player from Gavilan College in California. This past season, Hill helped lead Gavilan College to its first-ever appearance in the California Community College Athletic Association

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  • Shrine Game includes a dozen future Orediggers

    Shrine Game includes a dozen future Orediggers0

    Montana Tech fans will have plenty to keep an eye on when the 71st Montana East-West Shrine Game kicks off Saturday in Billings. The game will include 12 players who are headed to Montana Tech to play for coach Chuck Morrell’s Orediggers. Four future Oredigers will play for the East, while eight will suit up

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  • Cascade Conference adds men’s wrestling

    Cascade Conference adds men’s wrestling0

    LA GRANDE, Ore. — The Cascade Collegiate Conference has added men’s wrestling as a CCC recognized sport beginning with the 2017-18 season the league office announced. With the addition, wrestling becomes the seventh official men’s sport in the CCC and the first added since men’s and women’s golf became conference sponsored sports in 2007. Also,

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  • Oredigger men land transfer from California

    Oredigger men land transfer from California0

    Montana Tech head men’s basketball coach Adam Hiatt announced the commitment of Iman Chatman from Southwestern College in California today. Chatman has two years of eligibility left. “Throughout the recruiting season we were specifically targeting individuals that were the right fit for our program. To date we have signed some incredible additions,” Hiatt said. “However,

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