• Jund, Dawgs drop Saints

    Jund, Dawgs drop Saints0

    DILLON — Jon Jund threw for 356 yards and four touchdowns Saturday, and Montana Western opened the season with a 31-24 win over Carroll College at Vigilante Field. (Stats) Jund hit Walker McKitrick for a 37-yard touchdown with 1 minute, 28 seconds left for the game winner. That came after Carroll’s Devan Bridgewater found Tony

  • Oredigger volleyball team picked third in Frontier

    Oredigger volleyball team picked third in Frontier0

    WHITEFISH — The Frontier Conference volleyball coaches’ poll was released today, and Montana Tech was picked to finish third. The University of Providence was picked to defend its league championship, taking home 34 points and four first-place votes. Rocky Mountain College received three first-place votes and was picked second with 31 points. The Orediggers, the

  • Montana Tech Picked fourth in  coaches’ poll

    Montana Tech Picked fourth in coaches’ poll0

    The Montana Tech Orediggers are picked to finish fourth in the Frontier Conference Preseason Coaches’ Poll released on Tuesday. College of Idaho was selected to win the Frontier Conference championship by the league coaches. The Yotes received five first place votes. Southern Oregon received two votes and Montana Western received one vote. The Orediggers finished

  • Western athletic trainer wins national award

    Western athletic trainer wins national award0

    LAS VEGAS — Kaleb Birney has received the National Athletic Trainers (NATA) Young Professional’s Committee National Distinction Award The National Distinction Award is the Young Professionals’ Committee’s highest honor to recognize a young professional athletic trainer who has made an immediate and definitive impact on the athletic training profession at the national, district, state or

  • Montana Western men land junior college standout

    Montana Western men land junior college standout0

    DILLON — The University of Montana Western head men’s basketball coach Mike Larsen today announced the signing of junior college standout Max Clark to a NAIA Letter of Intent. Clark, a 6-3 point guard from Lawrenceville, Georgia, comes to the Bulldogs after spending the past two seasons at Wallace State Community College in Hanceville, Alabama. Clark

  • ‘Lucky’ Chris Heard called to MTATA Hall of Fame

    ‘Lucky’ Chris Heard called to MTATA Hall of Fame0

    By Bill Foley Chris Heard considers himself a lucky man. When he was a student and graduate athletic trainer at the University of Montana, Heard just so happened to be there when Dave Dickinson led the Grizzlies to the NCAA-1AA national football title. He made a return trip to Huntington, West Virginia, the next year


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