Perseverance has been the name of the game when it comes to the University of Montana Western Bulldogs volleyball team this season, and Friday night’s game was no exception. The Dawgs (6-7, 1-0 FC) rallied back from a 0-2 set deficit to take the match in a thrilling five set victory (16-25, 16-25, 27-25, 25-19, 15-13) to open up conference play against the University of Great Falls (6-8, 0-1 FC).
The University of Montana Western Bulldogs Volleyball (4-4) road trip continued this weekend, seeing their travels take them just up the road to Butte, Mont. There they participated in the Big Sky Volleyball Challenge, hosted by Frontier Conference rival Montana Tech.
The University of Montana Western Bulldogs Volleyball (3-1) saw their first action of the season this past weekend, heading to Denver to participate in the Johnson and Wales Tournament. New Head Coach Brent Lewis and his team started the season strong, finishing 3-1 on the weekend.
Lewis will take over as the head volleyball coach after spending last season as the head coach at Ranger College in Ranger, Texas.
Female athletes Brianna DeCock, Dylan Fowler, Jade Gorrell and Molly Klinker each have their own struggles and triumphs, but push through it all to be successful in their sport of choice as well as in the classroom. The demonstrate passion just as freshman Dylan Fowler is showing in the picture above.
Griffiths will be an assistant coach at NCAA Division II Rollins College in Winter Park, Fla.
Kiarra Johnson is the first signee of the year for Montana Western volleyball.
Bulldog volleyball players find success in the classroom.
McCree named to all-freshman team, Ness named Champion of Character.
Bulldogs will look to rebound for Conference Tournament.