Washington State moves to 1-1 on the year while Montana fell to a 0-2 record. At one point in the second set the Cougars scored 10 consecutive points on the way to the 25-11 victory. WSU hit .302 for the match and held the Grizzlies to a .159 hitting percentage.
In addition to her 16 kills, Bettinson had one ace and a match-high six blocks. Shawna Lum tallied a career-high five service aces. Jaicee Harris added 11 kills and Kate Sommer led the match with 11 digs. Haley MacDonald had 39 assists.
Montana’s Tess Hellerud and Claire McCown each had seven kills while Jace Henderson and Raegan Lindsey combined for 26 assists. Taylor Schile led the Griz with eight digs.
The Cougars take on Cal Poly (1-1) at 4 p.m. PT. All road matches for WSU volleyball in 2014 are available online, free of charge, at www.wsucougars.com.