On Monday the Zags lost guards Laura Stockton and Jill Townsend to injury. A day later, they also lost the West Coast Conference
LAS VEGAS – Rewind to last week and Gonzaga entered the postseason kicking around the pros and cons of the old rust-vs.-rest debate.
Have you heard about the new March Madness Savings Time? If you’re the Gonzaga Bulldogs, you set your clocks back to a No. 2 seed.
Gonzaga’s offense, a record-setting cornerstone throughout the season, labored through a miserable night, setting a handful of records at the opposite end of the spectrum.
Josh Perkins, Zach Norvell Jr. and Geno Crandall haven’t had to be the best players on the court most games, largely because the Zags have two All-America candidates patrolling the paint: redshirt junior forwards Rui Hachimura and Brandon Clarke.
Key moment, offensive MVP and defensive MVP from Gonzaga’s 60-47 loss to Saint Mary’s in the championship game of the WCC Tournament in Las Vegas.
The script for this one has been performed before. Twice this season, in fact. Underdog Saint Mary’s stays close to top-ranked Gonzaga for a while. The Gaels slow the pace, hit shots, deny transition and for 20, 30 minutes, force GU to play their way. And then the Zags explode. Except on Tuesday night in Las Vegas, they didn’t.
Key moment, offensive MVP and defensive MVP from BYU’s 82-68 victory over Gonzaga in the championship game of the WCC Tournament in Las Vegas.
For the Gonzaga Bulldogs’s women’s basketball team, there is family and there is FAMILY, and now they know both the distinction and how it gets blurred together when life issues impose their way into the world of games.
The tournaments have been a hit at the turnstiles with Gonzaga followers often numbering 4,000-5,000 strong inside the Orleans Arena.
March 12, 2019