• Diggers fall to No. 23

    Diggers fall to No. 230

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Montana Tech fell six spots to No. 23 in the latest edition of the NIAA Football Coaches’ Top 25 Poll released today. The demotion comes two days after the 6-3 Orediggers fell 30-19 to Carroll College in Helena. A number of Top 25 teams suffered losses over the weekend. Then-No. 9

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  • Oredigger Sindou Diallo takes home Frontier honor 

    Oredigger Sindou Diallo takes home Frontier honor 0

    WHITEFISH — It did not take long for Sindou Diallo to make a name for him in the Frontier Conference. The Montana Tech junior guard was named Frontier Conference Men’s Basketball Player of the Week, the league announced today. The honor comes after Diallo, who transferred to Tech this school year, led the Orediggers to

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  • Tech’s Hopcroft named Defender of the Week

    Tech’s Hopcroft named Defender of the Week0

    WHITEFISH — Sabrina Hopcroft’s clutch week did not go without notice. The Montana Tech senior libero was named Frontier Conference Defender of the Week, the league announced today. The award comes after Hopcroft helped lead the Orediggers to a 2-0 week that led to Tech earning the No. 1 seed in this week’s Frontier Conference

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  • Orediggers share title, receive first-round bye

    Orediggers share title, receive first-round bye0

    WHITEFISH — The Montana Tech volleyball team finished with five-straight conference victories and were named a Frontier Conference co-champion today. The No. 17 Orediggers finished the Frontier Conference season with a 9-3 record and enter the conference tournament as the No. 1 seed. The Orediggers (24-6, 9-3) earned their third Frontier Conference championship under eighth-year

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  • 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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