• Players of the Week

    Players of the Week0

    Men’s basketball: Match Burnham, Carroll College Burnahm is a 6-foot-8 senior forward from Spangle, Washington. On the road, the Saints downed William Jessup (Calif.) 86-75. Burnham scored 21 points with two rebounds and two steals. He was 14 of 16 (88 percent) from the free throw line. Also nominated and listed in alphabetical order: Justin

  • Jed Fike takes home Frontier Conference award

    Jed Fike takes home Frontier Conference award0

    WHITEFISH — The Frontier Conference named Montana Tech’s Jed Fike the Offensive Player of the Week this afternoon. The honor comes two days after the 5-foot-11, 200-pound junior running back ran for a season-best 223 yards and three touchdowns in Montana Tech’s 31-27 upset win over then-No. 11 Rocky Mountain College in Billings. The Harrison

  • Rocky Mountain heads to No. 1 Morningside

    Rocky Mountain heads to No. 1 Morningside0

    BILLINGS — The No. 16 ranked Rocky Mountain College football team (8-3, 7-3 FC) will play No. 1 ranked Morningside College (11-0, 9-0 GPAC) in the opening round of the 2018 NAIA National Football Championship. The Battlin’ Bears will travel to Sioux City, Iowa, to play the Mustangs at 11 a.m. (Mountain Time) next Saturday. Coming

  • Six Tech volleyball players earn post-season honors

    Six Tech volleyball players earn post-season honors0

    The Frontier Conference announced its all-conference honors following the league tournament at the HPER Complex Saturday night, and six Orediggers received honors. Sabrina Hopcroft, Masha Korol and Heather Thompson took home first-team all-conference honors for the Orediggers. Tech’s Karina Mickelson took home a second-team nod, while Sydney Parke was named to the All-Freshman team. Oredigger

  • Providence stuns Bears for volleyball title

    Providence stuns Bears for volleyball title0

    Hot-hitting Kelsey Shaver notched 18 kills and Sydney Andersen hammered 14, including the match-clincher, as second-seeded and 20th nationally ranked Providence of Great Falls upended favored Rocky Mountain Saturday night for the Frontier Conference college volleyball tournament championship. The Argonauts knocked off top-seeded and nationally eighth-ranked Rocky Mountain by scores of 28-26, 25-22, 20-25, 25-14

  • L-C State, Providence sweep in 1st round

    L-C State, Providence sweep in 1st round0

    Second-seeded Providence of Great Falls and fourth-seeded Lewis-Clark State were the first-round winners in the earlier matches Friday of the Frontier Conference college women’s volleyball tournament. Both won on sweeps as Lewis-Clark State dispatched Carroll 25-18, 25-17, 25-21 and Providence aced Montana State-Northern 25-12, 25-16, 25-23 in the tourney at the Montana Tech HPER Complex.


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