No. 10 Carroll College at Montana Tech

When: 7:30 p.m. today

Where: Butte

Records: Montana Tech (9-10, 1-7 Frontier); Carroll (17-3, 5-3)

On the air: Radio — 94.9 ESPN Radio

Projected Tech starters: G Chris O’Neill (6-0, Sr.) 11.7 ppg; G Jake Miles (6-2, So.) 11 ppg; F/C Trent Moleswort (6-7, Sr.) 8.8 ppg; F Dylan Pannabeck (6-4, So.) 7.3 ppg; F Iman Chatman (6-4, Jr.) 5.6 ppg.

Projected Carroll starters: F Ryan Imhoff (6-6, Sr.) 20.4 ppg; F Matt Wyman (6-8, Jr.) 13.5 ppg; F Match Burnham (6-8, Jr.) 14.3 ppg; G Ife Kalejaiye (6-2, Jr.) 7.6 ppg; G Lorel Johnson (6-1, Sr.) 5.8 ppg.

Noteworthy: The Saints notched the best win in conference last week, earning a road victory over No. 8 Lewis-Clark State College. … It split the week 1-1 as the Saints fell to No. 16 Montana Western in Dillon on Thursday. ... Carroll’s defense came alive and held the Warriors to 55 points after giving up 88 points to Western a few nights earlier. … Saints do-everything player Ryan Imhoff leads Carroll in all major statistics, averaging 20.4 points (best in conference), 7.2 rebounds, 4.1 assists, 2.7 steals (best in conference) and 1.2 blocks per game. … Carroll is ranked No. 1 in the NAIA in field goal percentage (54) and free-throw percentage (83). … The Saints are top-10 in the NAIA in steals per game, 3-point percentage, total rebound defense, defense, and blocks per game. … Carroll used a win against Montana Tech in Butte earlier this season to snap a two-game losing skid. … The Orediggers notched their first win of the conference season by defeating Providence 70-67 in Great Falls on Jan. 18. … A night later the Orediggers fell to the very same Argonauts team, 70-62. … Though they’re sitting in last in the Frontier, Tech continues to lead the NAIA in turnover margin (6.1). … Orediggers leading scorer John Chatman continues to thrive in his role off the bench, scoring 12.2 points per game.