• Montana’s Gresch Jensen third in Rice Award voting

    Montana’s Gresch Jensen third in Rice Award voting0

    Despite only starting seven games and taking the reins of Montana’s offense as injury cover, quarterback Gresch Jensen put together the best season ever by a freshman Grizzly QB, and one of UM’s top-25 passing seasons ever. For his efforts, Jensen has finished third in voting for the STATS FCS Jerry Rice Award for the

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  • Carroll’s Dean, Imhoff claim Frontier weekly honors

    Carroll’s Dean, Imhoff claim Frontier weekly honors0

    WHITEFISH — Carroll College’s Hannah Dean and Ryan Imhoff were named Frontier Conference Players of the Week, the league announced today. Dean took home the women’s award, while Imhoff took the men’s. Dean is a 6-foot-1 junior center from Gardiner. The 21st ranked Saints split their two games of a Washington road trip. Carroll lost

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  • Peggy Sarsfield 3-on-3 tournament set for Dec. 16

    Peggy Sarsfield 3-on-3 tournament set for Dec. 160

    The 22nd Annual Peggy Sarsfield 3-on-3 basketball tournament will be held Saturday, Dec. 16 at Montana Tech’s HPER Complex. The tournament is for boys and girls in third through eighth grade. The tournament features three boys’ and three girls’ divisions. Games start at 9 a.m., and they will be officiated and closely monitored by players

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  • Tech women sign Boulder, Frenchtown standouts

    Tech women sign Boulder, Frenchtown standouts0

    Montana Tech head women’s basketball coach Carly Sanon announced today the signing of two Montana products for next fall. Aubrey McMaster and Megan Delaney committed to playing basketball for the Orediggers next year. “We are excited Aubrey is going to be a part of our program,” Sanon said. “Aubrey is a versatile player and will

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  • Yellowjackets run past Diggers in exhibition

    Yellowjackets run past Diggers in exhibition0

    BILLINGS — Sven Jeuschede poured in 20 points to lead four MSU-Billings players in double figures as the Yellowjackets beat Montana Tech 89-66 Wednesday night. (Stats) The non-conference men’s basketball game was an exhibition and does not count in the standings for the Orediggers. Zach Rollins followed with 16 points for MSUB, while Zharon Richmond

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  • Tech volleyball No. 14 in NAIA postseason poll

    Tech volleyball No. 14 in NAIA postseason poll0

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Montana Tech received the No. 14 ranking in the NAIA Women’s Volleyball Coaches’ Postseason Poll. The poll was released this afternoon. National Champion Lindsey Wilson (Ky.) received all 17 first place votes securing the top spot. Runner-up Dordt is at No. 2. Montana Tech finished the season with a 24-10 overall

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