UMW News BureauThis will be a busy weekend on the road for Bulldog athletic teams as they travel to Billings, Havre, Great Falls and La Grande, Ore. By Wally Feldt The Montana Western volleyball team wraps up their regular season with two matches on the road this weekend. The Bulldogs are in Havre, Mont. for a Friday night match against Montana State University-Northern and then travel to Great Falls, Mont. on Saturday to face the University of Great Falls. Bulldog football will also close the regular season on the road. The Bulldogs are in Billings, Mont. to face Rocky Mountain College. Kickoff is 12 p.m. The Bulldogs enter the weekend with a 3-6 record. Montana Western edged the Bears 21-20 last month in Dillon. The men’s basketball team is in La Grande, Ore. on Friday and Saturday for the Aramark Quinn Classic. The Bulldogs face Eastern Oregon University Friday at 9 p.m. and Walla Walla University Saturday at 7 p.m. The women’s basketball team travels to Billings, Mont. for an exhibition game against Montana State-Billings. Tipoff is 7 p.m. Both the men's and women’s teams return to the Straugh Gymnasium on Sunday, Nov. 8 to host Simpson University. The women tipoff at 4 p.m. followed by the men at 6 p.m.
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