• Richtman wins NAIA honor for second time this fall

    Richtman wins NAIA honor for second time this fall0

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) named Montana Tech’s Becca Richtman the National Women’s Cross Country Runner of the Week. The national award is the second for Richtman this season and third in the last two years. Richtman, a senior from Ellburn, Illinois, placed third out of 121 runners at

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  • Becca Richtman named Runner of the Week 

    Becca Richtman named Runner of the Week 0

    WHITEFISH — Becca Richtman took in yet another Frontier Conference honor. The league announced this week’s Player of the Week honors, and Richtman was named Women’s Cross Country Runner of the Wee. Richtman, a senior from Elburn, Illinois, finished third out of 121 runners at the Inland Empire Championships in Lewiston, Idaho with a time

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  • Tech’s Sydney Parks named Frontier top defender

    Tech’s Sydney Parks named Frontier top defender0

    WHITEFISH — Sydney Parks took home her first Frontier Conference honors of the season today. The league announced the Volleyball Players of the Week awards, and Parks was selected Defender of the Week. Parks is a 6-foot-3 senior middle blocker from Post Falls, Idaho. She helped No. 17 Montana Tech go 2-2 at the Grand

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  • Orediggers drop two to close tournament

    Orediggers drop two to close tournament0

    DES MOINES, Iowa — One day after winning a pair of five-set thrillers, Montana Tech closed the Grandview Women’s Volleyball Tournament. The No. 17-ranked Orediggers fell 3-1 to No. 2 Viterbo University (Wisconsin) before dropping a 3-0 decision to No. 24 Grand View University. After Viterbo took the first two sets 25-19 and 29-27, the

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  • Richtman runs to third at Inland Empire

    Richtman runs to third at Inland Empire0

    LEWISTON, Idaho — Montana Tech’s Becca Richtman ran to third place at the Inland Empire Championships Saturday. Richtman finished the 5-kilometer race in 17 minutes, 17 seconds to finish as the top NAIA runner. Kelsey Swenson of Idaho won the race in 17:08, betting teammate Katja Pattis by 1 seconds. Idaho’s Leah Holmgren took fourth

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  • Orediggers take down Columbia in second match

    Orediggers take down Columbia in second match0

    DES MOINES, Iowa — Another match, another five-set victory for Montana Tech at the Grandview Women’s Volleyball Tournament. A few hours after beating Ottawa University of Kansas, the No. 17 Orediggers edged No. 19 Columbia (Missouri) in five Friday night. Columbia took the first two sets 25-19 and 26-24. Tech battled back to win 25-21,

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