Kaila Charles scored 24 points, Stephanie Jones added 16 and No. 4 Maryland slipped past Ohio State 75-69 Saturday in a rematch of the 2018 Big Ten title game.
The first NCAA Evaluation Tool (NET) rankings released Monday were met with raised eyebrows and calls for the NCAA to disclose more details about its new metric.
Cassie Breen threw the ball high in the air as the clock wound down Monday night on the biggest victory in Central Michigan women’s basketball history. Seconds later her joyous teammates and coaches were falling into each other’s arms.
As GU prepares for its Sweet Sixteen test, we look back at 16 posts from former players who took to the Twittersphere last night as the Zags knocked off Ohio State 90-84.
Space limitations prevent a comprehensive list of the gotta-have-it plays Gonzaga made down the stretch of its first two NCAA Tournament wins. The gist is the Zags keep making them, over and over. It dates back to the steady dose of tests from the second half of the West Coast Conference season that at the time seemed like potential red flags, but turned out to be important trial runs.
It’d be tough to single out Keita Bates-Diop as the Ohio State player who caused the Buckeyes to fall short in their first meeting with Gonzaga this season, but to be critical of the redshirt junior’s play in the PK80 Tournament opener is completely fair and just.
For the second time in three days, the Gonzaga Bulldogs nearly took a loss at the line.
Even at 55 years old, Gonzaga coach Mark Few can still pull off a handstand.
Maybe not until Rui Hachimura’s breakaway dunk with 4 – that number again – seconds left did all seem secure for the Zags in their 90-84 punch-out of Ohio State at Taco Bell Arena.
Gonzaga’s tense first two NCAA Tournament games have tested athletic director Mike Roth’s viewing protocol.