• Diggers move into Top 20

    Diggers move into Top 200

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) announced the fourth edition of the Coaches Top 25 Poll today. The Orediggers moved up three spots into No. 19 in the national poll. Montana Tech (4-1) defeated than-No. 15 Montana Western (4-1) last weekend 35-12. The Orediggers held the normally potent Bulldog offense

  • Tech’s Myers takes home Frontier Conference honor

    Tech’s Myers takes home Frontier Conference honor0

    WHITEFISH — Carter Myers’ big-time performance on Saturday night did not go without recognition. The Montana Tech senior linebacker was named Frontier Conference Defensive Player of the Week, the league announced today. The Cody, Wyoming, native led the Oredigger defense in the 35-12 Homecoming victory over then-No. 15 Montana Western Saturday night. The Orediggers held

  • Orediggers dump Dawgs under Alumni lights

    Orediggers dump Dawgs under Alumni lights0

    By Bill Foley A standing-room crowd at Alumni Coliseum saw an offensive lineman’s dream come true Saturday night. Montana Tech’s men up front — Hunter Spartz, Tristan Stauffer, Hayden Smith, Trey Copeland and Grant Benz — took over the NAIA National Game of the Week, and the No. 22 Orediggers finished off a 35-12 homecoming

  • Diggers, Dawgs ready for primetime showdown

    Diggers, Dawgs ready for primetime showdown0

    By Bill Foley It does not get much bigger in these parts. No. 15 Montana Western will be in town Saturday for a primetime college football game against No. 22 Montana Tech. Kickoff is 6 p.m. at Alumni Coliseum. (Radio: KBOW, 550 AM, 101. 5 FM, online) Western brings a 4-0 record to town, while

  • Diggers, Dawgs move up in NAIA football poll

    Diggers, Dawgs move up in NAIA football poll0

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The week off was good for the Montana Tech and Montana Western football teams. Despite not playing over the weekend, the Orediggers and Bulldogs both moved up one spot in the NAIA Football Coaches’ Top 25 Poll. Western is now ranked No. 15, while Teach is No. 22 heading into Saturday

  • Western basketball sets Bulldog Madness

    Western basketball sets Bulldog Madness0

    DILLON — The University of Montana Western men’s and women’s basketball teams will host Bulldog Madness to kick-off the 2019-20 basketball season. The inaugural event will take place in the Straugh Gymnasium on Wednesday, Oct. 9 at 6 p.m. The event will kick-start the 2019-20 basketball season and will include player introductions, 3-point contest, dunk


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