• Carroll men win in OT

    Carroll men win in OT0

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The Carroll College men’s basketball team is one win away from the Final Four after Friday’s 87-80 win over SAGU (Texas) in the second round of the NAIA National Tournament. Stats The Saints (29-5) will play 24-10 Life (Georgia) at 11 a.m. (MST) Saturday. Life beat Hope International (California) 80-78 on

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  • Taylor, Carroll men roll to win in tourney opener

    Taylor, Carroll men roll to win in tourney opener0

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Zach Taylor scored 21 points to go along with nine assists and five rebounds to lead Carroll College to an 82-59 win over Mount Mercy (Iowa) Wednesday in the first-round of the NAIA National Tournament. Stats The Carroll men (28-8), who took a No. 1 seed into the tournament, saw four

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  • Tech’s O’Neill, Vining receive post-season honors

    Tech’s O’Neill, Vining receive post-season honors0

    The Frontier Conference men’s basketball All-Conference team was released today, and Montana Tech players Chris O’Neill and Lukas Vining received a mention. O’Neill, a junior guard from Pleasanton, California, earned a spot on the second team after averaging 13.3 points per game to lead the Oredigger in his first year in the Mining City. Vining,

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  • Wyman, Imhoff lead Saints to Frontier Conference title

    Wyman, Imhoff lead Saints to Frontier Conference title0

    HELENA — Matt Wyman and Ryan Imhoff combined for 51 points Tuesday night to lead Carroll College to a 93-75 win over Lewis-Clark State College in the championship game of the Frontier Conference tournament at the P.E. Center. Stats Wyman scored 28 points and grabbed eight rebounds as the No. 4 Saints improved their record

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  • Faupel, Thatcher, Dembek named All-Conference

    Faupel, Thatcher, Dembek named All-Conference0

    MSU-Northern’s Natalee Faupel and Montana Tech’s Hattie Thatcher and Martha Dembek were named to the Frontier Conference All-Conference women’s basketball team. The post-season honors were announced today, and Cayelyn Orlandi of regular-season and tournament champion Lewis-Clark State was named Player of the Year after averaging 14.1 and 6.7 assists per game. Faupel, a senior Butte

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  • Orediggers send Saints marching home

    Orediggers send Saints marching home0

    By Bruce Sayler This part of the Frontier Conference college women’s basketball marathon boiled down to the sprints. A fast start, exhausting attack and relentless defense ignited Montana Tech’s 78-54 win over Carroll on Tuesday night in the HPER Complex as a starter to the playoffs. The postseason will resume Friday with fourth-seeded Montana Tech

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