• Orediggers ranked No. 7 in spring football poll

    Orediggers ranked No. 7 in spring football poll0

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The spring edition of the NAIA Football Coaches’ Top 25 Poll was released today, and Montana Tech remained in the No. 7 spot. That’s the same ranking as the 2016 season-ending poll. The ranking comes as the two-time defending Frontier Conference champion Orediggers, who went 10-2 for the second straight season

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  • Saraceni nominated for Little Sullivan Award

    Saraceni nominated for Little Sullivan Award0

    BILLINGS — Montana Tech’s Nolan Saraceni was named a finalist for the Montana AAU Little Sullivan Award. The Little Sullivan Awards Banquet takes place Saturday, May 6 at the Big Horn Resort in Billings. Saraceni was a two-time Frontier Conference Player of the Year and two-time All-American for the Orediggers. The Billings native rushed for

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  • Tech’s Johnson, Abbott will play in All-Star tourney

    Tech’s Johnson, Abbott will play in All-Star tourney0

    Two members of the Montana Tech club hockey team, center and petroleum engineering student Joel Johnson and defenseman and petroleum engineering student Douglas Abbott Jr., were selected to represent Montana Tech and the Mountain West Collegiate Hockey League (MWCHL) at the American Collegiate Hockey Association DII National All-Star Tournament in Philadelphia this weekend. The tournament

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  • Oredigger men and women make the grade

    Oredigger men and women make the grade0

    The Frontier Conference released the 2016-17 Men’s and Women’s Basketball Academic All-Conference Teams today, announce conference commissioner Kent Paulson. Montana Tech placed nine on the women’s team and three on the men’s team. In total, 99 student-athletes received the honor. The women’s team had 66 while the men had 33. To be eligible for the

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  • Tech women announce signing of Griz transfer

    Tech women announce signing of Griz transfer0

    Montana Tech women’s head basketball coach Carly Sanon announced the signing of Maddie Keast today. Keast is transferring from the University of Montana with two years of eligibility left. “Maddie brings another element to our roster,” Sanon said. “Not only is she athletic, strong and hardworking, she is also very mature and a born leader.”

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  • Benson, Oredigger men place third at MSUB Invite

    Benson, Oredigger men place third at MSUB Invite0

    BILLINGS — The Montana Tech men’s golf team returned from the MSU-Billings Yellowjacket Spring Invitational with a third-place finish at the Lake Hills Golf Course. Sophomore Sean Benson placed third in the individual standings to lead the Orediggers, who shot 310 on Tuesday’s final round for a 907 three-round total. Tech shot 293 and 304

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