• Tech’s Taylor England named Player of the Week

    Tech’s Taylor England named Player of the Week0

    WHITEFISH — Montana Tech’s Taylor England was named the Frontier Conference Men’s Basketball Player of the Week, the school announced Monday. England, a 6-foot-7 senior forward, helped the Orediggers to a 1-1 record last week. The Orediggers defeated Yellowstone Christian 114-66 and lost in the final minute to No. 18 College of Idaho 69-66 in

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  • Diggers play pool matches Tuesday in Sioux City

    Diggers play pool matches Tuesday in Sioux City0

    SIOUX CITY, Iowa — Montana Tech will play both of its pool play matches of the NAIA Women’s Volleyball Championship Tuesday at the Tyson Events Center. The No. 15-ranked Orediggers (22-9) will compete in Pool G with No. 7 Marian (Indiana) and No. 9 Midland (Nebraska). Tech will play Marian at 11:30 a.m. (Mountain Time)

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  • Yotes edge Diggers again

    Yotes edge Diggers again0

    CALDWELL, Idaho — For the second time in 16 days, the College of Idaho beat Montana Tech in nail-biting men’s basketball team. On Saturday night, the No. 18 Yotes (7-2) slipped past the Orediggers 69-68 in a non-conference game at the J.A. Albertson Center. (Stats) Ivory Miles-Williams came off the bench to score 15 points

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  • Tech women pull away for rout of Blue Hawks

    Tech women pull away for rout of Blue Hawks0

    By Bruce Sayler  The Montana Tech women came at Dickinson State’s in waves Saturday.   As a result of the depth and a tsunami of points to start the second half, the Orediggers were able to wave goodbye to the Blackhawks, beating them 73-52 in a non-conference college basketball game at the Montana Tech HPER Complex.  (Stats)

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  • Saturday’s Hot Ticket: Oredigger basketball

    Saturday’s Hot Ticket: Oredigger basketball0

    Women’s college basketball Dickinson State at Montana Tech, 2 p.m. The HPER Complex will set the scene as the Orediggers (5-4) get in a final tune up before beginning Frontier Conference play. Senior Brooke Heggie and sophomore Tavia Rooney lead the Orediggers into action. Heggie averages 13.6 points and 5.0 rebounds per game, while Rooney

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  • Tech women runners ranked 11th in final poll

    Tech women runners ranked 11th in final poll0

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) released Women’s Cross Country Postseason Coaches Top 25 Poll today. The postseason poll is determined by the final team finish at the national championship. Montana Tech is No. 11 in the postseason poll. The Orediggers were ranked No. 21 prior to the NAIA Cross

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