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GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. -- Both the Montana State Billings men's and women's tennis teams finished fifth at the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Championships on Friday.
The Montana State Billings women’s tennis team defeated Metro State 6-3 on Saturday to remain unbeaten in Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference play.
The Montana State Billings men's tennis team closed out its only homestand with a 9-0 victory over Metro State on Saturday.
Emily Paffhausen of Dillon and Polson's Kendyall Rochin have signed NCAA national letters of intent to play tennis for Montana State Billings this coming school year.