• Montana Tech women stop Bulldog winning streak

    Montana Tech women stop Bulldog winning streak0

    DILLON — The wild Frontier Conference can certainly turn on a dime. That was certainly the case Wednesday night as Montana Tech’s women’s basketball team sent a ripple through the league by upsetting No. 15 Montana Western 70-65 at the Straugh Gymnasium. (Stats) The victory stopped the Bulldogs’ winning streak at nine games. Tech also

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  • Diggers, Dawgs ready to clash for third time

    Diggers, Dawgs ready to clash for third time0

    Another Wednesday, another huge rivalry game for the Montana Tech basketball teams. The Orediggers, who played at Carroll College last Wednesday, will be at the Straugh Gymnasium in Dillon for a men’s-women’s Frontier Conference doubleheader. The women open play at 5:30 p.m., and the men follow at 7:30. Both games will be carried live on

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  • Hoagland hits 70s again, Grizzlies place 14th

    Hoagland hits 70s again, Grizzlies place 14th0

    RIVERSIDE, Calif. — The Montana women’s golf team shot a final-round 313 on Tuesday to finish the Battle at the Rock in 14th place. The 54-hole tournament took place at the Oak Quarry Golf Club. Senior Hailey Hoagland shot rounds of 74, 76 and 77 to finish in a tie for 34th place as the

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  • Hoagland leads Griz golfers in spring opener

    Hoagland leads Griz golfers in spring opener0

    RIVERSIDE, Calif. — The Montana women’s golf team shot rounds of 300 and 317 on Monday at the Battle at the Rock., and is tied for 12th at the Oak Quarry Golf Club. (Results) The tournament concludes on Tuesday morning with a final 18 holes. Butte High graduate Hailey Hoagland shot rounds of 74 and

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  • Cierra Lamey, Ryan Imhoff named Frontier top players

    Cierra Lamey, Ryan Imhoff named Frontier top players0

    WHITEFISH — Cierra Lamey of Montana Western and Ryan Imhoff of Carroll College were named Frontier Conference Basketball Players of the Week, the league announced Monday. Lamey, a junior from Wise River, took home the women’s award for the first time this season. Imhoff received the men’s honor for the sixth time of his senior

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  • Bruce Parker stepping down as AD at Rocky

    Bruce Parker stepping down as AD at Rocky0

    BILLINGS — Rocky Mountain College Director of Athletics Bruce Parker is stepping down from that position after three-and-a-half years at the college, the school announced today. After nearly 40 years in collegiate athletics, Parker will transition to a consultant role with Rocky for the next two years. Parker took over as the College’s athletic director

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