• Tech Richtman earns Frontier honor

    Tech Richtman earns Frontier honor0

    WHITEFISH — Montana Tech’s Becca Richtman was named the Frontier Conference Women’s Indoor Track Athlete of the Week, the league announced today. Richtman is a senior from Elburn, Illinois. At the Stinger Open hosted by Black Hills State in Spearfish, South Dakota, she finished second in the 3,000-meter with a time of 10:03.42. Her time

  • Frontier Conference unveils hoops playoff schedule

    Frontier Conference unveils hoops playoff schedule0

    WHITEFISH — Frontier Commissioner Kent Paulson announced the 2020-2021 Frontier Conference men’s and women’s basketball playoff seedings, first round match-ups and playoff schedule late Sunday. The playoff seeding is based upon the conference standings, which are predicated on the winning percentage in all conference games. On the men’s side, regular-season champion University of Providence and

  • Rocky sticks with Keller

    Rocky sticks with Keller0

    BILLINGS — Rocky Mountain College announced today that it will reinstate head women’s basketball coach Wes Keller. The coach will resume his duties immediately. “We have complete confidence that Coach Keller is the right leader for our women’s basketball program,” Rocky president Bob Wilmouth said in a statement. Keller had been on administrative leave after

  • Tech leads Frontier in academic honors

    Tech leads Frontier in academic honors0

    Fisher, McCarthy, Schlute, McGree make the grade WHITEFISH — For the third straight year, Montana Tech led the conference in selections to the Frontier Conference Academic All-Conference football team. Frontier Commissioner Kent Paulson released the 2020-21 team today, and the Orediggers saw 45 players receive honor. To be eligible for the team, the student-athlete must

  • Frontier sticks with no fans

    Frontier sticks with no fans0

    WHITEFISH — The Frontier Conference administrators have elected to keep the “no-spectator policy” at basketball contests in effect for the remainder of the season including the upcoming playoffs. The basketball regular season games concludes this weekend with final regular season games played Sunday afternoon. The Frontier Conference post-season playoffs begin with both men’s and women’s

  • Athletes of the Week

    Athletes of the Week0

    Men’s Basketball: Max Clark, Montana Western Clark, a 6-foot-4 senior guard from Lawrenceville, Georgia, led Western to a road sweep of MSU-Northern. The Bulldogs won Saturday night 82-71 and 65-63 Sunday afternoon. For the week, Clark averaged 29 points, six rebounds and 8.5 assists. He was 25 of 37 (3 of 6, 3-point field goals)


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