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Zags set up home and home with Cowboys

The Gonzaga Bulldogs continue to fill out future schedules and they will hook up with a semi-familiar foe the next two seasons. GU will entertain Oklahoma State this season and visit Stillwater next year. Gonzaga has defeated OSU three times — in Oklahoma City, Seattle and Orlando — since 2004. More here and here.

—Spent the better part of a week trying to track down Matt Bouldin for a pre-draft feature, but he didn’t return phone messages. So, here’s a quick overview of his draft stock:

In a survey of 10 on-line mock drafts with two rounds, Bouldin was projected in three as a second-round draft pick. NBAdraft.net has Bouldin going to Milwaukee with the 47th overall selection. Hoopsworld.com predicts Orlando will take Bouldin with the 59th pick. Draftology.net projects the NBA champion Los Angeles Lakers choosing Bouldin at 58th.

Bouldin is rated as the 11th best point guard by Draftexpress.com. Bouldin is 61st in Cbssports.com’s player rankings and 71st by NBA-draft.com. ESPN.com’s Chad Ford ranks Bouldin 66th overall with the projection of second round/free agent.

 

 

—Lastly, several GU men’s and women’s players will be signing autographs at Hoopfest this weekend. More on that below.

 


Seven members of the Gonzaga men’s basketball team will be at the Comcast Battle in Seattle Booth in Riverfront Park signing autographs for players and fans as part of the Spokane Hoopfest weekend.

Players will be available Thursday from 6-7:30 p.m., Friday from 4-6 p.m. and Saturday from 10 a.m.-noon. 

Six members of the GU women’s team will be signing autographs as well.

Scheduled Hoopfest/Comcast Battle in Seattle Autograph Session

 

Thursday, June 24th

 

6-7:30 p.m.  Mangisto Arop, Sam Dower, David Stockton

 

 

Friday, June 25th

 

12-2 p.m.  Janelle Bekkering, Tatri Lorenzo

 

4-6 p.m.  Demetri Goodson, Kelly Olynyk

 

6-8 p.m.  Meghan Winters, Carter Schick

 

 

Saturday, June 26th

 

10-12 p.m.  Steven Gray, Robert Sacre

 

12-2 p.m.  Courtney Vandersloot, Katelan Redmon

 

 


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