Posts tagged: Haiden Palmer
The end score of 87-43 Monday night wasn’t able to erase the depth of the struggles that the No. 25 Gonzaga women’s basketball team endured in the first half against UC Riverside.
The (9-2) Zags went one-for-eight from free-point land and numerous layups that turned into bricks. As a result, Gonzaga trailed several times before the defense of Haiden Palmer allowed the Bulldogs to make a run late in the first half.
In one series alone before the half, the Zags missed four shots as the seconds ticked off right before halftime.
“It’s super frustrating,” said forward Sunny Greinacher, whose eyes widened as she spoke. “We practice those shots. They are supposed to go in during the game. You definitely feel bad for the coaches.”
After playing four games, Kelly Graves and the Gonzaga women's basketball team get a 10-day stretch between games. But the rest ends on Saturday when Gonzaga plays Colgate at 2 p.m. in the McCarthey Athletic Center.
The start of the regional game Wednesday night between Eastern Washington and Gonzaga looked more like a B-movie beginning to the famed fable of David and Goliath. Read more below.
KINGSTON, R.I. - Forget dunking a basketball.
Gonzaga women's basketball coach Kelly Graves' excitement prior to the final practice before his 11th-seeded Bulldogs face No. 2-seeded Kentucky tomorrow was all about Dunkin Donuts. Graves made his first trip to the famed joint last night on a walk.
The press conference remark, which will likely make its way into all the media coverage today, showcased how loose the Zags are during their cross-country trip for their Sweet 16 dance with the Wildcats. One thing about Graves and the Zags - they know how to let the good times roll, as highlighted in this morning's feature on sophomore guard Haiden Palmer.
More coverage later from myself and a picture story from S-R photographer Colin Mulvany.
Following the Gonzaga University women’s basketball team’s eighth straight West Coast Conference title victory, the individual accolades started flowing in. Read on to find out which of the Zags made the All-West Coast Conference team and what's in store this week for Washington State, Eastern Washington and Idaho this week.
The Gonzaga women shook off a slow start and pushed ahead in the second half to score a 66-40 victory over Pepperdine on Saturday afternoon. You can read about the game here.
Haiden Palmer's 3-pointer with 3 seconds left gives Gonzaga a 71-68 win over 13th-ranked Georgia in Las Vegas. The Bulldogs (8-2) trailed by 15 in the first half, eight at halftime and by 10 late in the game. Palmer finished with 22 points, Katelan Redmon had 23 and 10 rebounds. Georgia had three players in double figures and two players that had to play all 40 minutes. No story on the wire yet, but that link is to the box score.