BUTTE — The Montana Tech men’s basketball team continued its busy and transaction-filled offseason on Monday, adding a second transfer. The Orediggers announced the commitment
BUTTE — The Montana Tech Orediggers have had one glaring question throughout spring camp, and that is finding out who will replace Quinn McQueary at
BELT – Belt senior Dani Urick has signed with Montana Tech women’s basketball. Urick is regarded as one of the best athletes in the state
BOZEMAN — It is often forgotten that there is more to Montana collegiate athletics in the spring than spring football practices. Volleyball performs offseason workouts,
BUTTE — Montana Tech has an interesting defensive backs corps, to say the least. The Diggers are looking to field a pair of new cornerbacks
BOZEMAN – Montana State volleyball hosted a four-team spring tournament with Montana Tech, MSU-Billings and the University of Montana. The games were slimmed from the
BUTTE — The Orediggers’ Sean Benson is arguably the top golfer in the Frontier Conference. The Billings native has finished in the top three in
WHITEFISH — All 11 Carroll College women’s basketball players eligible for the academic all-conference squad earned the honor, the league announced this week. The Fighting
WHITEFISH — Montana Western was the last Frontier Conference team standing this postseason, advancing to the NAIA Division I quarterfinals at the national tournament in
(Note: Montana Tech media release) BUTTE — Montana Tech head women’s basketball coach Carly Sanon announced the addition of NCAA Division II transfer Keelie Lawler.
BUTTE — There is a lot of turnover for Montana Tech’s receiving core in 2018. The second, third, and fourth receivers from a season
BUTTE — The defense might have won Friday’s scrimmage at Montana Tech, but the two sides of the ball are providing plenty of excitement this
BUTTE — In one year, Jed Fike has gone from an unknown to a star on the Montana Tech campus. His numbers in his first
BUTTE — The 2018 football season has begun for the Montana Tech Orediggers, but it is a different spring than each of the last two.
(Editor’s note: NAIA release) KANSAS CITY, Mo. – The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) announced the 2017-18 Division I Women’s Basketball All-America Teams on