• Solomon on OT tonight

    Solomon on OT tonight0

    Montana Tech volleyball coach Brian Solomon will be a special guest on KBOW’s sports radio show “Overtime” tonight. Overtime is hosted by Paul Panisko and broadcast from 7 to 9 p.m. each Wednesday from the Metals Sports Bar and Grill. The show also features Butte Sports writer Bill Foley. Listen live at 550 AM, 101.5

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  • Rocky men add JC transfer

    Rocky men add JC transfer0

    BILLINGS — Kevin Fassu, a 6-foot-6 forward, has agreed to join the Rocky Mountain College men’s basketball program, Battlin’ Bears coach Bill Dreikosen announced today. Fassu is transferring from Los Angeles Pierce College, where he averaged 10 points, seven rebounds and two steals per game this season for the Brahmas. He added 2.3 blocks per

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  • 1982 Tech volleyball team also headed to Hall

    1982 Tech volleyball team also headed to Hall0

    The 1982 Montana Tech volleyball team will be inducted into the Oredigger Hall of Fame in September. The team was inadvertently omitted from a release sent by the school on Thursday. Joining the 1982 Orediggers in the Sept. 18-19 Hall of Fame weekend will be the 1988 Tech volleyball team, the 1997-98 men’s basketball team

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  • Montana Tech announces 2020 Hall of Fame Class

    Montana Tech announces 2020 Hall of Fame Class0

    Bristol, ‘Hawk’ get the call Montana Tech Director of Athletics Matt Stepan announced the 2020 Oredigger Hall of Fame Class today. The newest members to the Tech Hall of Famer are Wade Bristol, Don Hawkinson, the 1988 Volleyball Team, 1997-98 Men’s Basketball Team, and 1998-99 Men’s Basketball Team. Hall of Fame Weekend is slated for

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  • Rocky women add transfer from New Mexico

    Rocky women add transfer from New Mexico0

    Adonica Baca-Martinez, a 5-foot-7 guard, has agreed to join the Rocky Mountain College women’s basketball program, Battlin’ Bears coach Wes Keller announced today. Originally from Sante Fe, New Mexico, Baca-Martinez is transferring from Trinidad State Junior College, Trinidad, Colorado, where she averaged 15 points, five rebounds and two steals for the Trojans this season. As

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  • California guard joins Rocky women’s hoops

    California guard joins Rocky women’s hoops0

    BILLINGS — Grace Estrada of Yucaipa, California has signed a letter of intent to play women’s basketball for Rocky Mountain College, Battlin’ Bears coach Wes Keller announced today. Estrada, a 5-foot-7 guard, averaged 15 points, seven rebounds, six assists and four steals per game this season for the Thunderbirds, earning her most valuable player of

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