• Tech’s Chris O’Neill named All-American HM

    Tech’s Chris O’Neill named All-American HM0

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. – The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) announced the 2017-18 Men’s Basketball All-American Teams today. Montana Tech’s Chris O’Neill was named honorable mention All-American. The senior point guard is a two-time All-Conference selection. O’Neill finished the season averaging 12.8 points a game while averaging 44.9 percent from the field and a

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  • Diggers, Bulldogs, Saints named Scholar Athletes

    Diggers, Bulldogs, Saints named Scholar Athletes0

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) announced the 2017-18 Daktronic-NAIA Women’s Basketball Scholar Athletes today, and five Montana Tech players made the list. Three players from Montana Western and Carroll College also made the grade. In order to be nominated by an institution, a student-athlete must maintain a minimum grade

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  • Carroll men, women bow out of NAIA tourneys

    Carroll men, women bow out of NAIA tourneys0

    The Carroll College men’s and women’s basketball teams both lost out of the NAIA National Tournaments Friday night. In Billings, Vanguard (California) beat Carroll 63-55 in the women’s tournament.(Stats) Carroll’s men fell 64-62 in overtime to Our Lady of the Lake (Texas) in Kansas City, Missouri. (Stats) The University of Providence-Great Falls also dropped out

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  • Carroll women win opener

    Carroll women win opener0

    BILLINGS — Carroll College’s women’s basketball team advanced to the Sweet 16 of the NAIA National Tournament. Jaidyn Lyman tossed in 19 points to lead the way as the Saints knocked off William Penn (Iowa) 55-49 in the first round Thursday night at the Metra. (Stats) Carroll will play again Friday night. (Bracket) Hannah Dean

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  • Dawgs shoot to Sweet 16; Saints survive, advance

    Dawgs shoot to Sweet 16; Saints survive, advance0

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Montana Western cracked the century mark in a thrilling first-round victory Saturday at the NAIA National Tournament at the Municipal Auditorium. Carroll College, meanwhile won a defensive battle to join the Bulldogs in the Sweet 16. Six Montana Western players scored in double digits as the Bulldogs beat SAGU (Texas) 105-96.

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  • Tech, Western players honored by Frontier

    Tech, Western players honored by Frontier0

    Montana Tech players Shay Potter Kaylee Zard and Monica Landdeck were honored by the Frontier Conference today. The league announced the women’s All-Conference team, and Montana Western junior Brianna King took home the Player of the Year and Newcomer of the Year honors. She was one of three Bulldogs to receive accolades, joining Britt Cooper

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