Winning the first set gave them confidence.
Rocky Mountain College volleyball coach Laurie Kelly was selected the Coach of the Year and senior Yang Yang was chosen the Player of the Year for the NAIA Northwest Region.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Senior Yang Yang of the Rocky Mountain College volleyball team earned NAIA All-America honors.
SIOUX CITY, Iowa — Sure the win was nice.
SIOUX CITY, Iowa — Playing in the back row, Brooke Myers has the best view of the volleyball match being played in front of her.
SIOUX CITY, Iowa — Parents will do anything for their children.
SIOUX CITY, Iowa — The hitting percentage in volleyball is akin to the baseball batting average.
As Laurie Kelly was discussing practice plans for the week, more than a few players shared some anxious glances during the meeting.
BUTTE -- Rocky Mountain College is returning to the NAIA volleyball championships as the Frontier Conference tournament champion and No. 1 team in the nation.
BUTTE -- Ahlea Billis and Yang Yang joined forces for 25 kills on Friday afternoon and top-seeded Rocky Mountain College made quick work of eighth-seeded Montana Western, sweeping the Bulldogs 25-19, 25-11, 25-22 during the opening round of the Frontier Conference volleyball tournament.
BUTTE -- Rocky Mountain College's senior middle blocker Yang Yang and head coach Laurie Kelly received individual awards Thursday night as the Frontier Conference handed out its volleyball honors.
Rocky Mountain College has enjoyed the distinction of being ranked No. 1 in NAIA women’s volleyball all season, but four years ago some of the current Battlin’ Bears were being battle-toughened by a team of established players considered to be the most dominant in school history.
HELENA -- After clinching their first Frontier Conference championship in 15 years last week, top-ranked Rocky Mountain College "wanted to win the conference with an exclamation point" Friday night against Carroll College, coach Laurie Kelly said.
BUTTE -- Top-ranked Rocky Mountain College swept Montana Tech 25-16, 25-16, 25-14 Saturday afternoon in Frontier Conference women's volleyball.
LEWISTON, Idaho -- Rocky Mountain College clinched its first Frontier Conference volleyball regular-season championship since 2000 on Thursday night by beating Lewis-Clark State 25-18, 25-19, 19-25, 25-15 at the Activity Center.
No. 1 in the nation for NAIA women's volleyball, Rocky Mountain College also earned bragging rights in its own neighborhood Tuesday night.
Rocky Mountain College and Montana State Billings will meet in a women’s volleyball showdown on Tuesday night at MSUB’s Alterowitz Gymnasium.
Top-ranked Rocky Mountain College lost a set on Saturday night, but still went on to beat the University of Great Falls 25-19, 26-28, 25-17, 25-18 in a Frontier Conference volleyball match in the Fortin Center.
Rocky Mountain College, ranked No. 1 nationally in the NAIA, remained in the running for its first Frontier Conference championship since 2000 on Friday night by disposing of reigning league champion Montana State Northern 25-14, 25-12, 25-17 in women's volleyball at the Fortin Center.
Rocky Mountain College's top-ranked women's volleyball team will be back in the Fortin Center on Friday night to take on Montana State Northern in a Frontier Conference match.