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Rocky Mountain College will be entertaining Carroll College in Frontier Conference volleyball Thursday night in the Fortin Center.
Anna Dewald of Rocky Mountain College has received honorable mention recognition on the American Volleyball Coaches Association/NAIA All-Northwest Region team.
BUTTE -- Elli Graff had 12 kills and second-seeded Carroll College eliminated sixth-seeded Rocky Mountain College 25-15, 27-25, 25-21 Saturday afternoon in the semifinals of the Frontier Conference women's volleyball tournament at Montana Tech.
It was dramatic, it was pulse-pounding and it was nerve-racking, but in the end it was a Rocky Mountain College victory.
Rocky Mountain College will begin a three-match homestand in women's volleyball Thursday night by entertaining Carroll College in the Fortin Center.
Rocky Mountain College seniors Kristin Barott and Sara Brunner have been selected to the American Volleyball Coaches' Association All-Northwest Region Team.
A pair of nationally ranked volleyball teams will clash Friday night in Rocky Mountain College's Fortin Center in what the NAIA is calling its "match of the week."