• Sports camps roundup

    Sports camps roundup0

    Montana Tech will hold a series of football camps this June. The 6/8-Man Camp will be held June 11-13, and the 11-Man Camp will be June 15-17. Tech’s Champ Camp is set for June 7-8, and the Elite Camp is June 18. Click here for online registration and more information. The Headframe Hoops Girls Basketball

  • ‘Clev’ offers Oredigger fans a glimpse of future

    ‘Clev’ offers Oredigger fans a glimpse of future0

    Blue stars Evans, Thompson are Tech recruits By Bill Foley When Blue Team members Kaimen Evans and Jace Thompson take the field for the 37th Bob Cleverley Class C All-Star Football Game Saturday night, they will be hoping to give Montana Tech fans a sign of great things to come. Evans, from Belt, and Thompson,

  • Tech’s Becca Richtman wins steeple chase

    Tech’s Becca Richtman wins steeple chase0

    GULF SHORES, Ala. — Becca Richtman is an NAIA national champion. The Montana Tech senior wont the 3,000-meter steeple chase at the NAIA National Championships this afternoon. Richtman was the second seed going into the race holding the second fastest time in the NAIA going into the national championship. She moved into second place in

  • Six Orediggers named to Frontier track team

    Six Orediggers named to Frontier track team0

    Butte High graduates Vetter, Sorini honored WHITEFISH — The Frontier Conference unveiled its men’s and women’s outdoor track all-conference teams today, and six Montana Tech Orediggers made the cut. On the men’s side, freshmen Ian Barville, River Shepard and Jake Vetter were honored. Barville and Vetter made the team as middle distance runners. Sheppard made

  • Carroll wins Bandy Award

    Carroll wins Bandy Award0

    WHITEFISH — Carroll College is the winner of the 2020-2021 Bandy Memorial All-Sports trophy according to Frontier Conference Commissioner Kent Paulson. This is Carroll’s 15th Bandy Award, the most by any school. For the 2020-21 season, Carroll finished first with 136 points followed by Rocky Mountain College with 115 points and Montana Tech with 79

  • Montana Tech’s Hiatt injured in hit and run

    Montana Tech’s Hiatt injured in hit and run0

    Police seek help identifying vehicle Montana Tech head men’s basketball coach Adam Hiatt was injured in a hit-and-run incident Tuesday evening, the school announced today. At around 6:15 p.m., Hiatt was riding his bike northbound on the shoulder of Western Boulevard near California Street when a red or maroon Buick sedan struck his left side.


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