• Southern Oregon hits road for NAIA quarterfinals

    Southern Oregon hits road for NAIA quarterfinals0

    ASHLAND, Ore. — Frontier Conference champion Southern Oregon rolled to a 55-24 win over Dickinson State in the first round of the NAIA playoffs Saturday. (Stats) Next up for the 11-0 Raiders is a road trip. Southern Oregon will play 11-0 Lindsey Wilson in Columbia, Kentucky. Lindsey Wilson beat Southeastern (Florida) 63-49 on Saturday. (Stats)

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  • Coyotes close tournament with win over Orediggers

    Coyotes close tournament with win over Orediggers0

    CALDWELL, Idaho — Aziz Leeks scored 15 points and grabbed 11 rebounds Saturday night, and the College of Idaho closed the Domino’s Classic with a 60-51 win over Montana Tech. (Stats) The loss dropped the Montana Tech men’s basketball team to 4-3 on the season. Keun Palu-Thompson added 13 points for the 3-3 Coyotes, while

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  • ‘Tough bunch’ of Bobcats turn back Grizzlies, 31-23

    ‘Tough bunch’ of Bobcats turn back Grizzlies, 31-230

    By Bruce Sayler BOZEMAN —Both teams likely ended their seasons on Saturday. Montana State had already been counted out of playoff contention and the Bobcats’ 31-23 victory over Montana likely eliminated the Grizzlies from postseason, too — though UM head coach Bob Stitt would argue the point. (Stats) The win was MSU’s first over the

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  • Hope denies Tech women

    Hope denies Tech women0

    SANTA CLARITA, Calif. — Emma Forel had a monster game to lead Hope International past Montana Tech Saturday afternoon. Forel, a 6-foot-2 freshman center, scored 36 points and pulled down 11 rebounds to lead the Royals to an 86-63 win over the Orediggers in the non-conference women’s basketball game. The game was part of the

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  • Lions top Orediggers

    Lions top Orediggers0

    CALDWELL, Idaho — Multnomah University knocked off Montana Tech 69-66 in a non-conference men’s basketball game Friday night. Stats The game was part of the Domino’s Classic hosted by the College of Idaho. The Orediggers fell despite leading the Lions 35-32 at halftime. Jon Viles came off the bench to score 18 points to lead

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  • Oredigger women fall in tournament opener

    Oredigger women fall in tournament opener0

    SANTA CLARITA, Calif. — Montana Tech’s women’s basketball team suffered its first official loss of the season Friday night at the Jersey Mike’s Classic. The Master’s University, the tournament host, jumped out to a 38-27 halftime lead and held off the Orediggers for a 65-59 victory. Stats Anika Neuman scored 13 points and grabbed six

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