• 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

  • Yotes rally past Dawgs

    Yotes rally past Dawgs0

    CALDWELL, Idaho — No. 6 College of Idaho stayed unbeaten Saturday, rallying for a 38-27 win over No. 24 Montana Western at Simplot Stadium. (Stats) Th Yotes moved to 9-0 by scoring 28 second half points to overcome Western’s 20-10 halftime advantage. COI turned the deficit into a lead with four straight touchdowns. Nick Calzaretta

  • Dawgs sweep awards

    Dawgs sweep awards0

    WHITEFISH — Students-athletes from Montana Western were selected Frontier Conference Football Players of the Week, the league announced today. Dylan Pope was named Defensive Player of the Week. Nate Simkins claimed Offensive Player of the Week, and Joseph Leman was named Special Teams Player of the Week. The honors come after No. 24 Western beat

  • Jund tosses five TDs, Western routs Rocky

    Jund tosses five TDs, Western routs Rocky0

    DILLON — Jon Jund passed for five touchdowns Saturday, and Montana Western rolled to a 40-10 win over Rocky Mountain College at Vigilante Field. (Stats) The sophomore quarterback passed for 230 yards on 15-for-30 passing. He hit Nate Simkins nine times for 124 yards and three scores. Kyle Prante caught two TD passes for the

  • Diggers sweep Dawgs

    Diggers sweep Dawgs0

    By Bruce Sayler Montana Tech was dominant, even in the experimental stages, in waxing Montana Western 25-14, 25-15, 25-17 in a Frontier Conference college women’s volleyball match held Wednesday night in the Montana Tech HPER Complex. (Stats) It was Montana Tech’s 18th straight volleyball win over Montana Western. The Orediggers backed their No. 18 ranking

  • Wednesday’s Hot Ticket: Diggers-Dawgs

    Wednesday’s Hot Ticket: Diggers-Dawgs0

    College volleyball Montana Western at Montana Tech, 7 p.m. The No. 18 Orediggers and Bulldogs will renew their volleyball rivalry on the Kelvin Sampson Court. Tech enters the Frontier Conference battle with a 20-6 overall record. The Orediggers are 5-3 in league play. Tech swept Western (8-14, 1-7) when the teams met Sept 26 in


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