MSU tennis signs Great Falls’ Crum

2013-05-27T00:00:00Z MSU tennis signs Great Falls’ Crum Montana Standard
May 27, 2013 12:00 am

BOZEMAN — State AA singles champion Molly Crum of Great Falls High has committed to join the women’s tennis program at Montana State.

Crum posted a 23-1 record this spring, on the way to winning her first state title. She will join sister Ellie Crum and Liana Bates of Glacier as past state singles champions on the current Bobcat roster.

Crum went 74-8 in her four-year career with the Bison.

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