• Oredigger men drop thriller

    Oredigger men drop thriller0

    CALDWELL, Idaho — A 65-foot shot at the buzzer by Sindou Diallo bounced off the rim Saturday night, and the Montana Tech men’s basketball team fell 76-74 to the College of Idaho. (Stats) The non-conference game was part of a tournament hosted by the College of Idaho. The 3-3 Orediggers went 1-1 on the tournament.

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  • Fifth straight win comes easy for Tech women

    Fifth straight win comes easy for Tech women0

    KIRKLAND, Wash. — Montana Tech’s women’s basketball team completed a 2-0 performance at the Northwest University Classic Saturday with a 78-35 win over the host team. (Stats) Mesa Williams poured in 16 points, while freshman Tavia Rooney scored 15 points and grabbed 15 rebounds to lead the Orediggers, who improved to 5-1 with their fifth

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  • Bridgewater, Saints lead to bad day for Orediggers

    Bridgewater, Saints lead to bad day for Orediggers0

    By Bill Foley HELENA — Even when things went right for No. 17 Montana Tech Saturday at Nelson Stadium, they still seemed to go oh so wrong. “Today just wasn’t our day,” Tech coach Chuck Morrell said, summing up the general feel as the Orediggers suffered a crushing 30-19 loss to Carroll College in front

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  • Tech spikes Warriors for Senior Day victory

    Tech spikes Warriors for Senior Day victory0

    By Bruce Sayler Montana Tech’s last home match in the regular season Saturday was a showstopper. It stopped Lewis-Clark State’s show, anyway, by scores of 26-24, 25-16, 25-19. The Frontier Conference college women’s volleyball sweep in the Montana Tech HPER Complex gave the NAIA No. 17-ranked Orediggers a 24-6 record. They were to await the

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  • Diallo’s 35 leads Tech men in tournament opener

    Diallo’s 35 leads Tech men in tournament opener0

    CALDWELL, Idaho — Junior transfer Sindou poured in 35 points Friday night, and Montana Tech beat Multnomah University 96-76 in a non-conference men’s basketball game. (Stats) The game was part of a tournament hosted by the College of Idaho. Diallo hit 16 of 25 shots from the field for Tech, which led 50-38 at halftime.

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  • Digger women roll Corban for fourth straight win

    Digger women roll Corban for fourth straight win0

    KIRKLAND, Wash. — Make it four in a row for the Montana Tech women’s basketball team. Sophomore Dani Urick scored 19 points to lead five Orediggers in double figures Friday, and Tech opened the Northwest University Classic with an 81-47 win over Corban University (Oregon). (Stats) Mollie Peoples and Brooke Heggie came off the bench

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