• Orediggers deny Bears for Samson’s first win

    Orediggers deny Bears for Samson’s first win0

    BILLINGS — Montana Tech’s football team gave Kyle Samson his first win as a head coach Saturday afternoon on the Herb Klindt Field. The Orediggers, though, had to survive a Nathan Dick Houdini act to pull it off. Tech jumped out to a 31-7 lead and held on for a thrilling 31-29 Frontier Conference victory

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  • Skylights top Orediggers in five-set thriller

    Skylights top Orediggers in five-set thriller0

    HAVRE — Host MSU-Northern edged Montana Tech in a five-set non-conference battle Friday night. The Skylights won 25-23, 25-21, 19-25, 15-25, 17-15, dropping Tech to 1-1 on the first day of the Frontier Conference preseason tournament. (Stats) Elissa Lind tallied 18 kills to lead the Skylights in the win. Alana Graves killed 13, and Alyssa

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  • Diggers sweep Bears

    Diggers sweep Bears0

    HAVRE — No. 15 Montana Tech opened the Frontier Conference preseason tournament with a sweep of Rocky Mountain College. Tech won the opening set 25-9 before completing the sweeps with wins of 25-17 and 28-26. (Stats) Maureen Jessop pounded 10 kills to lead a balanced Oredigger attack at the net. Karina Mickelson added nine, while

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  • Diggers move up to No. 15

    Diggers move up to No. 150

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) announced the second regular-season 2021 NAIA Women’s Volleyball Coaches’ Top 25 Poll. Montana Tech moved up two spots and are now ranked No. 15 in the national poll. The Orediggers (9-2) entered the poll in the first poll of the season at No. 17

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  • Montana Tech athletes named Scholar Athletes

    Montana Tech athletes named Scholar Athletes0

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) announced the Daktronics Scholar Athletes and Teams today. Montana Tech had seven teams and 32 student-athletes recognized as part of the NAIA National Awards Day. To receive the team recognition, each team must have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or greater. A student-athlete is

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  • Ramsbacher keeps title in Oredigger hands

    Ramsbacher keeps title in Oredigger hands0

    Tech’s Rhodes, Pasquarello, Ceartin place fifth Sean Ramsbacher was carrying on what has become a school tradition Tuesday when he won the Montana Tech Invitational at the Butte Country Club. The Oredigger senior fired a final-round 67 on the par-70 course to top Rocky Mountain College’s Mitch Thiessen by one shot for men’s medalist honors.

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