• Tech’s Williams named Academic All-American

    Tech’s Williams named Academic All-American0

    AUSTIN, Texas — Montana Tech’s Mesa Williams was named to the CoSIDA Academic All-America NAIA Second Team, the school announced today. The NAIA All-America program is financially supported by the NAIA national governance structure to assist CoSIDA with handling the awards fulfillment aspects for the 2019-20 NAIA Academic All-America teams program. Williams is 5-10 a

  • Rooney is top freshman, Williams makes 2nd team

    Rooney is top freshman, Williams makes 2nd team0

    WHITEFISH — The Frontier Conference releases the 2019-20 All-Conference team today, and Tavia Rooney and Mesa Williams were the top Montana Tech players honored. Rooney, a true freshman from Townsend, was named the Freshman of the Year. The Williams, a junior from White Sulphuric Springs, received a second-team mention for the second straight year. Rocky

  • Three Tech men receive All-Conference honors

    Three Tech men receive All-Conference honors0

    WHITEFISH — Three Montana Tech men’s basketball players were named to the 2019-2020 Frontier Conference All-Conference men’s basketball team today. Montana Tech juniors Sindou Diallo and Taylor England were both selected first team all-conference by the league’s coaches, while senior Dylan Pannabecker was selected honorable mention all-conference. Diallo was selected the Frontier Conference Newcomer of

  • Montana Tech football unveils 2020 schedule

    Montana Tech football unveils 2020 schedule0

    Montana Tech’s football program announced its 2020 schedule today. The Orediggers take the field in La Grande, Oregon against Eastern Oregon on Aug. 29 to open the season. The home opening Copper Game features rival Carroll College on Bob Green Field at Alumni Coliseum. (Complete schedule) After an early week off, the Orediggers host Rocky

  • Tech women end season with loss at L-C State

    Tech women end season with loss at L-C State0

    LEWISTON, Idaho — A big game by Kiara Burlage led the way Wednesday night as Lewis-Clark State College knocked off Montana Tech 63-52 in the quarterfinals of the Frontier Conference playoffs. (Stats) The junior forward from Columbia Falls poured in 21 points and grabbed 10 rebounds for the Warriors, who broke open a 31-28 halftime

  • Second half run sends Lights past Orediggers

    Second half run sends Lights past Orediggers0

    By Bruce Sayler Simply, Montana Tech led … until it didn’t anymore in a good game. Montana State-Northern beat the Orediggers 66-59, firing ahead with a 15-0 run in the second half to grab a lead it never yielded. The result in the quarterfinal round of the Frontier Conference college men’s basketball playoffs in Montana


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