• Frontier moving forward with fall football

    Frontier moving forward with fall football0

    The Frontier Conference will play football this fall. The league announced today that the Montana schools will play an eight-game schedule in the fall. The announcement comes after the NAIA announced that the football championships will be played in the spring. The Frontier plans to be part of the postseason when it commences. Golf and

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  • Football championships moved to spring

    Football championships moved to spring0

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. – The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics Council of Presidents (COP) voted today to postpone the fall national football championship to spring 2021. This decision came after the COP voted earlier this week to postpone championships in all other fall sports until spring. This decision still allows NAIA conferences to compete in

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  • Most NAIA championships moved to spring

    Most NAIA championships moved to spring0

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics Council of Presidents (COP) voted on Tuesday to postpone the national championships in cross country, men’s soccer, women’s soccer, and women’s volleyball to spring 2021. This decision still allows NAIA conferences to compete in the fall and winter, if they so choose. The timing of

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  • Tech men’s golf team receives academic award

    Tech men’s golf team receives academic award0

    NORMAN, Okla. — The Montana Tech men’s golf team received the Golf Coaches Association of America (GCAA) President’s Special Recognition Honors, the school announced today. The GCAA named 250 Outstanding Academic Award winners, but the Oredigger teams had GPAs higher that 3.5 to receive the additional recognition. Tech was one of six NAIA schools receiving

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  • Orediggers unveil first cross country class

    Orediggers unveil first cross country class0

    Montana Tech cross country coach Zach Kughn wasted no time when he arrived in Montana in January announcing his first signings before the end of his first month. Kughn is now announcing his full roster for the upcoming fall with nine women and seven men coming to Butte to run cross country for Montana Tech.

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  • Frontier Commissioner on Overtime tonight

    Frontier Commissioner on Overtime tonight0

    Frontier Conference Commissioner Kent Paulson will be guests on KBOW Overtime tonight. The commissioner will discus the upcoming fall sports season amid the coronavirus. Overtime is hosted by Paul Panisko and includes Bill Foley of Butte Sports. The show is broadcast from 7 to 9 p.m. each Wednesday at the Metals Sports Bar and Grill.

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