Posts tagged: Lady Zags
Gonzaga fans hold up signs in the sold out arena as the team plays Miami in the second half of an NCAA tournament second-round women's college basketball game in Spokane Monday. Gonzaga beat Miami 65-54.(AP Photo/Elaine Thompson)
Ever so slightly overlooked in Gonzaga crashing yet another Sweet 16 in the NCAA women’s basketball tournament this week was the morsel of the Bulldogs holding the nation’s sixth-highest scoring team 22 points shy of its norm. So the Zags played pretty good defense. And coach Kelly Graves was still playing it Wednesday. Perhaps you can imagine the reason. As was the case a year ago – and as it will be again next year – the Bulldogs bid for and won the right to host the first and second rounds at the McCarthey Athletic Center, though they still had to, you know, earn their way into the tournament itself. Which they did/John Blanchette, SR. More here.
Question: Are you following the Lady Zags now that the men are done with March Madness? Have you followed the all along? Or are you still not following them?
Gonzaga's Shannon Reader (31) celebrates a teammate's score against Miami in the second half of an NCAA tournament second-round women's college basketball game in Spokane Monday. Gonzaga defeated Miami 65-54. See Jess Brown's story below. (AP Photo/Elaine Thompson)
Courtney Vandersloot of Gonzaga comes off the floor for the last time to a standing ovation and hugs from her teammates. Gonzaga lost to Stanford on Monday 83-60 to end their run in the NCAA Tournament at the Elite Eight. Vandersloot has been named to the AP All-America second team for college women's basketball here. (SR photo: Christopher Anderson)
No. 11 Gonzaga's Janelle Bekkering, left, fights for a loose ball on the floor during first-half action Saturday. Gonzaga beat No. 6 Iowa in the first round of the NCAA women's tournament and now will face No. 3 seed UCLA tonight in the Kennel. See story below. (SR photo: Christopher Anderson)