• Rocky wins Bandy Award

    Rocky wins Bandy Award0

    WHITEFISH — Rocky Mountain College is the winner of the 2018-2019 Bandy Memorial All-Sports trophy, Frontier Conference Commissioner Kent Paulson announced today. For the 2018-19 season, Rocky finished with 112 points followed by Lewis-Clark State College with 88 points and Carroll College with 82 points. Montana Western was fourth with 58.75 points followed by the

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  • Digger women announce the signing of trio

    Digger women announce the signing of trio0

    Montana Tech head women’s basketball coach Carly Sanon announced a trio of signings today. The three new Orediggers starting their college career in Butte next fall are Hope Lalau, Vanessa Walsh and Emily Kidder. Lalau, a 5-8 guard from Tacoma, Washington, was the 2019 Tacoma News Tribune All-Area Player of the Year. While playing prep

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  • Sean Benson captures Frontier Conference crown

    Sean Benson captures Frontier Conference crown0

    PHOENIX — Sean Benson hand a secret weapon with him as he ran away from the field to win the Frontier Conference Championships on the Papago Golf Course. They called him the Big Kahuna. That is Lee LaBreche, Montana Tech’s golf coach who passed away at age 55 on Feb. 22. Benson kept his coach

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  • Dillon’s Brynley Fitzgerald transferring to Western

    Dillon’s Brynley Fitzgerald transferring to Western0

    DILLON — A Dillon star is heading home. Brynley Fitzgerald is transferring from Montana State to play basketball for reigning NAIA national champion Montana Western. Bulldog coach Lindsay Woolley announced that Fitzgerald signed an NAIA National Letter of Intent on Tuesday. University of Montana Western head women’s basketball coach Lindsay Woolley has announced the signing

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  • Sean Benson extends Frontier lead to seven shots

    Sean Benson extends Frontier lead to seven shots0

    PHOENIX — Sean Benson is 18 holes away from becoming a Frontier Conference champion. The Montana Tech senior fired a 2-under-par 70 Tuesday at the  Papago Golf Course to extend his individual lead at the Frontier Conference Championships to seven shots. Benson, a Billings native, shot a 1-under 71 to open the tournament and will

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  • Benson tops leaderboard, Tech men tied for first

    Benson tops leaderboard, Tech men tied for first0

    PHOENIX — Sean Benson and the Montana Tech men’s golf team are sitting on top after the first day of the Frontier Conference Championships. Benson, a senior from Billings, shot a 1-under-par 71 Monday on the Papago Golf Course. He holds a three-shot lead over four golfers, including Montana Tech sophomore teammate Sean Ramsbacher. (Men’s

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