• England named national Player of the Week

    England named national Player of the Week0

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) named Montana Tech’s Taylor England the NAIA National Men’s Basketball Player of the Week, the school announced today. England earned the Frontier Conference Player of the Week honor as well. England, a 6-foot-7 forward from Helena, averaged 23.5 points and 11.5 rebounds per game

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  • Tech’s Taylor England receives Frontier honor

    Tech’s Taylor England receives Frontier honor0

    Montana Tech junior Taylor England was selected the Frontier Conference Men’s Basketball Player of the Week, the school announced today. England, a 6-foot-7 forward from Helena, averaged 23.5 points and 11.5 rebounds per game in a pair of Oredigger victories over Concordia University of Edmonton over the weekend. England’s two double-doubles were his fourth and

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  • Montana Tech announces Morrell resignation

    Montana Tech announces Morrell resignation0

    Montana Tech Director of Athletics Matt Stepan announced today that head football coach Chuck Morrell has stepped down from his position with the university to pursue another coaching opportunity. “The culture and tradition of Oredigger football is strong,” said Stepan. “We are extremely grateful for Coach Morrell for his years of service and leadership to

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  • Morrell leaving Orediggers for ‘other interests’

    Morrell leaving Orediggers for ‘other interests’0

    By Bill Foley The Chuck Morrell era at Montana Tech is coming to an end. Morrell is leaving the Oredigger football team after nine seasons to “pursue other interests,” according to sources. The school plans to announce the decision on Monday. The 45-year-old Morrell did not say what those interests are, but sources tell Butte

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  • Tech men roll to sweep

    Tech men roll to sweep0

    Montana Tech’s men’s basketball team beat Concordia University of Edmonton for the second straight night Saturday at the HPER Complex. This time, the Orediggers really made it look easy. Six Tech players reached double figures scoring as Tech beat the Thunder 115-50. The win lifts the Orediggers to 7-5 on the season. (Stats) Taylor England

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  • Diggers rout Thunder in weekend opener

    Diggers rout Thunder in weekend opener0

    By Bruce Sayler The Montana Tech men’s basketball team victory over Concordia of Edmonton (Alberta) was decisive Friday night, if not smooth. (Stats) The Orediggers needed a sharper-shot second half to manage some better numbers while clobbering outgunned Concordia-Edmonton 88-58 in a non-conference game played in the Montana Tech HPER Complex. Fewer than 100 spectators

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