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Montana Western feeling confident with two big road games ahead

Posted at 7:06 PM, Jan 23, 2019

DILLON – The third-ranked Montana Western Bulldogs got some revenge on Saturday, beating the University of Providence, the only team that has beaten the Bulldogs this season.

However, fast forward to this week and Montana Western has shifted its focus to two big road games against ranked teams in the coming days. The Western women play against Rocky Mountain College on Thursday and then against eighth-ranked Carroll College, which currently sits second in the Frontier Conference, on Saturday.

“It’s about how we want to play and playing to the standard that our kids believe in that we work on daily in practice,” said Western coach Lindsay Woolley. “You’re focusing on those things, so I don’t think you think so much about pressure. I think a change as the season goes on, maybe, you have a chance to play for a conference championship or you’re in the conference tournament, but right now it’s one game at a time, how can we be better offensively, how can we be better defensively.”