UMW News BureauThe Bulldogs look for their first conference win of the season as they host Montana Tech in the final home match at the University of Montana Western. By Wally Feldt In their final home match of the season, the University of Montana Western Bulldog volleyball team hosts the Montana Tech Orediggers in Frontier Conference volleyball Thursday, Oct. 28. The first serve is at 7 p.m. The Bulldogs are 0-11 in conference play and 4-16 overall after dropping home matches to Carroll College and Rocky Mountain College last weekend. Montana Tech and UMW have already played twice this year, once in a non-conference match and earlier this month in league action. Tech won both matches. Junior Theresa Bennett leads the Bulldogs in kills with 2.2 per set and digs with 2.8 per set. The Orediggers are 4-7 in conference play and 10-14 overall after splitting last weekend with Rocky and Carroll. Tech beat Rocky 3-2 and lost to Carroll 2-3. Katie Daly leads Tech in kills with three per set while Allyse Cruise leads the team in digs with three per set.
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