• Orediggers split with Argos

    Orediggers split with Argos0

    GREAT FALLS — Montana Tech split a Frontier Conference basketball doubleheader with the University of Providence Saturday at the McLaughlin Center. Providence used a strong fourth quarter to win the women’s game 66-52 before the Montana Tech men bounced back from Thursday’s loss at Carroll with 76-66 victory in the nightcap. Five Montana Tech players

  • Rocky Mountain women roll winning streak to 12

    Rocky Mountain women roll winning streak to 120

    BILLINGS — Rocky Mountain College’s women’s basketball team led almost all night Thursday, and the Battlin’ Bears knocked off MSU-Northern 76-63 at the Fortin Center. (Stats) N’Dea Flye scored 34 points to lead the Bears, who improved to 14-1 overall and 3-0 in Frontier Conference play. She also grabbed five boards, dished seven assists and

  • Orediggers fall short in battle with No. 2 Saints

    Orediggers fall short in battle with No. 2 Saints0

    HELENA — Jovan Sljivancanin hit both ends of a one and one with nine seconds left as Carroll College hold on for n 80-78 Frontier Conference win over Montana Tech Thursday night at the P.E. Center. (Stats) The win lifts the Saints to 16-1 overall and 3-0 in conference play. The Orediggers, who were just

  • Carroll women power past Montana Tech

    Carroll women power past Montana Tech0

    HELENA — The middle two quarters were killer for the Montana Tech women’s basketball team Thursday night. Carroll College outscored the Orediggers 43-13 in the second and third quarters, and the No. 5 Saints rolled to a 78-46 Frontier Conference win at the P.E. Center. (Stats) Danielle Wagner scored 23 points to lead the way

  • Thursday’s Hot Ticket: Diggers, Maroons, Dogs

    Thursday’s Hot Ticket: Diggers, Maroons, Dogs0

    Women’s college basketball Montana Tech at Carroll College, 5 p.m. A major test awaits the Orediggers as they open the New Year against the No. 5 Saints at the P.E. Center. The Saints (14-2 overall, 2-0 Frontier Conference) are just a few days removed from Sunday’s exhibition road loss at Oregon. Carroll has dominated in

  • Western men’s game postponed

    Western men’s game postponed0

    WHITEFISH — Thursday’s Frontier Conference men’s basketball game between the University of Providence and Montana Western in Great Falls has been postponed because of COVID-19 issues. The league made the announcement today. A makeup date for the game has not been set. The women’s game between the Argos and Bulldogs will be played as scheduled


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