The Brawl of the Wild series has been a long fought exhibition between MSU and University of Montana. For as long as the two schools have been around, MSU has lost this rivalry game more often than not.
Montana State Women’s Volleyball Team took on Sacramento State (17-11, 11-3) at home on Nov. 3. Sac State quickly took the lead, but the Bobcats rallied back to win the first set 25-23.
MSU volleyball is gearing up for the season after heading out of state to a pair of tournaments that took place in Colorado the last two weekends.
The volleyball team’s season ended on the road with games against Weber State University and the University of Montana. Although the Cats played well, they lost both games in a close competition.
The Bobcats played their second game in two days as they took on the University of Northern Colorado in Shroyer Gym on Saturday, Nov.
The Montana State Bobcats started off their last home stand against the University of North Dakota Friday, Nov. 6 in Shroyer Gym.
The Bobcat volleyball squad made trips to Idaho and Washington to take on two Big Sky Conference opponents late last week.
The women’s volleyball team competed in two tough away games this week and although the Cats lost both games they showed potential for the future.
The Montana State University Bobcats competed against the University of Idaho Vandals on Saturday, Oct. 17 in Shroyer Gym. MSU lost to the Vandals three sets to none.
The Bobcats faced the No. 1 ranked volleyball team in the Big Sky Conference, Thursday, Oct. 15 in Shroyer Gym. Despite a tremendous start, the Cats fell to the Eastern Washington Eagles 3-1.
The Montana State Bobcats hosted the Northern Arizona University Lumberjacks in Shroyer Gym on Saturday, Oct. 10. The Lumberjacks out-blocked MSU 16-4 to ensure a 3-0 victory.
The Montana State Bobcats traveled to Greeley, Colorado on Oct. 1 to play the University of Northern Colorado Bears. MSU lost the Big Sky Conference matchup 3-0.