• Providence slows down Oredigger men

    Providence slows down Oredigger men0

    By Bill Foley The Orediggers cannot wait until Tuesday night. That is when the Montana Tech men’s basketball team gets another crack at No. 14 University of Providence on the Kelvin Sampson Court at the HPER Complex. Tech’s players cannot wait because they want to erase the sting of Monday’s 86-83 loss to the Argonauts.

  • Argo women top Diggers

    Argo women top Diggers0

    By Bruce Sayler Some finer points of defense not being applied might have been what cost the Montana Tech women’s basketball team in the end. The Orediggers lost, 85-81, to Providence of Great Falls in a Frontier Conference college game played in Montana Tech’s HPER Complex. (Stats) Montana Tech led much of the way, using

  • Diallo, Pickens named Frontier top players

    Diallo, Pickens named Frontier top players0

    WHITEFISH — Sindou Diallo of Montana Tech and Jamie Pickens of Carroll College were named Frontier Conference Basketball Players of the Week, the league announced today. Diallo takes home the men’s award, while Pickens received the women’s recognition. Diallo, a 6-foot-3 senior guard from Tacoma, Washington, led the Orediggers to a 2-0 week. The Orediggers

  • Monday’s Hot Ticket: Orediggers vs. Argos

    Monday’s Hot Ticket: Orediggers vs. Argos0

    Women’s college basketball University of Providence at Montana Tech 5 p.m. The Orediggers (1-3, 1-3) look face a tough test when the No. 25 Argonauts come to town for the Frontier Conference game at the HPER Complex. Parker Esary, the Frontier Conference Preseason Player of the Year, leads Providence, which will be playing its first

  • Bobcats roll past Dawgs in exhibition game

    Bobcats roll past Dawgs in exhibition game0

    BOZEMAN — Jubrile Belo tossed in 19 points to lead four Montana State players in double figures Friday as the Bobcats beat Montana Western 96-67 at Worthington Arena. (Stats) The exhibition game was a late attrition to the schedule because both teams lost games over COVID-19 concerns. Amin Adamu added 17 points and 12 rebounds

  • Tech men go to the wire in win over Carroll College

    Tech men go to the wire in win over Carroll College0

    By Bill Foley Say what you want about 2020, but it ended pretty well for the Orediggers. Montana Tech’s men’s basketball team hung on for a 58-55 Frontier Conference win over Carroll College Thursday night at a spectator-free HPER Complex. The win was the second for the Orediggers over an arch-rival in as many days.


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