• Orediggers picked sixth by Frontier football coaches

    Orediggers picked sixth by Frontier football coaches0

    WHITEFISH — Montana Tech’s football team was picked to finish in sixth place by the Frontier Conference coaches, the league announced today. The selection, though, might not be quite the slight that it appears. The Orediggers received a pair of first-place votes, and only 13 points separate Tech from league favorite Eastern Oregon. The Mountaineers

  • Frontier Conference reveals end-of-season honors

    Frontier Conference reveals end-of-season honors0

    WHITEFISH — Frontier Conference commissioner Kent Paulson announced the 2020-2021 conference end of the year awards and the conference nominees for NAIA awards today. Doug Hashley of the University of Providence was selected as the Frontier Conference Athletic Director of the Year in a vote of the conference athletic directors. Hashley is in his first

  • Western AD stepping down

    Western AD stepping down0

    DILLON — University of Montana Western Director of Athletics Bill Wilson announced today that he will not be returning to the school, Western announced today. The school said Wilson plans to pursue professional opportunities that allow him to be closer to his family. Montana Western athletics has experienced tremendous success during Wilson’s three-and-a-half-year tenure as athletic director.

  • Six Orediggers named to Frontier track team

    Six Orediggers named to Frontier track team0

    Butte High graduates Vetter, Sorini honored WHITEFISH — The Frontier Conference unveiled its men’s and women’s outdoor track all-conference teams today, and six Montana Tech Orediggers made the cut. On the men’s side, freshmen Ian Barville, River Shepard and Jake Vetter were honored. Barville and Vetter made the team as middle distance runners. Sheppard made

  • Carroll wins Bandy Award

    Carroll wins Bandy Award0

    WHITEFISH — Carroll College is the winner of the 2020-2021 Bandy Memorial All-Sports trophy according to Frontier Conference Commissioner Kent Paulson. This is Carroll’s 15th Bandy Award, the most by any school. For the 2020-21 season, Carroll finished first with 136 points followed by Rocky Mountain College with 115 points and Montana Tech with 79

  • Western women land Montana transfer

    Western women land Montana transfer0

    DILLON — University of Montana Western head women’s basketball coach Lindsay Woolley announced Friday the signing of former Box Elder High School star Joelnell Momberg to an NAIA Letter of Intent. Momberg, a 5-foot-8 guard, transfers to Montana Western after spending a year with the University of Montana Lady Griz. Momberg still has four years


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