• Western women run past Lewis-Clark State

    Western women run past Lewis-Clark State0

    DILLON — Three Montana Western women’s basketball players scored in double figures Saturday afternoon, and the Bulldogs rolled to a 60-47 win over Lewis-Clark State College at the Straugh Gymnasium. (Stats) The game was the Frontier Conference opener for the Bulldogs (4-0, 1-0). The Warriors fell to 9-2 overall and 1-1 in conference. Brianna King

  • Carroll’s Dean, Warp named Players of the Week

    Carroll’s Dean, Warp named Players of the Week0

    WHITEFISH — Carroll College basketball players swept the Frontier Conference Player of the Week honors, the league announced today. Hannah Dean took home the women’s award, while Dane Warp was named the men’s top player. Dean is a 6-foot-1 sophomore forward from Gardiner. No. 7 Carroll went 2-1 for the week including two wins over

  • Players of the Week

    Players of the Week0

    Men’s basketball: Match Burnham, Carroll College Burnahm is a 6-foot-8 senior forward from Spangle, Washington. On the road, the Saints downed William Jessup (Calif.) 86-75. Burnham scored 21 points with two rebounds and two steals. He was 14 of 16 (88 percent) from the free throw line. Also nominated and listed in alphabetical order: Justin

  • Six Tech volleyball players earn post-season honors

    Six Tech volleyball players earn post-season honors0

    The Frontier Conference announced its all-conference honors following the league tournament at the HPER Complex Saturday night, and six Orediggers received honors. Sabrina Hopcroft, Masha Korol and Heather Thompson took home first-team all-conference honors for the Orediggers. Tech’s Karina Mickelson took home a second-team nod, while Sydney Parke was named to the All-Freshman team. Oredigger

  • Orediggers spike Dawgs, advance to semifinals

    Orediggers spike Dawgs, advance to semifinals0

    By Bruce Sayler Montana Tech’s hitting Friday looked like World Series-winning caliber as the Orediggers downed Montana Western in three games at the single-elimination Frontier Conference college volleyball tournament. Montana Tech breezed to wins of 25-8 and 25-10 before having to outbattle the Bulldogs 25-20 to finish off the sweep in the first-round match. (Stats)

  • Orediggers eye another trip to National Championships

    Orediggers eye another trip to National Championships0

    Montana Tech will be looking for a third straight trip to the NAIA Volleyball National Championships Friday when the Orediggers open the Frontier Conference tournament at the HPER Complex. First up for the Orediggers in the single-elimination tournament is Montana Western. The Diggers and Dawgs will meet at 7 p.m., the final match of the


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