November 21, 2010 in Sports
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The Gonzaga bench erupted as the Bulldogs roared back to tie the score after being 12 points down to the Stanford Cardinals. Their spirited comeback fell short, 84-78.

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Kayla Standish of Gonzaga, left, will show her stuff at the USA Women’s World University Games team tryouts.

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Gonzaga #32 forward Kayla Standish fights hard for a loose ball under the Zags hoop in the first half of their tough 84-78 loss against Stanford, Sun., Nov. 21, 2010.

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Gonzaga #21 Courtney Vandersloot drives hard to the basket between a host of Stanford defenders in the first half, Sun., Nov. 21, 2010. The Zags were upended by a tough Cardinal team, 84-78.

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The Gonzaga defense had no answers for Stanford’s #30 Nnemdadi Ogwumike on the offensive end of the court during the Cardinal 84-78 victory against the Zags at McCarthey Athletic Center, Sun. Nov. 21, 2010.

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Gonzaga’s #23 Katelan Remon out hustles Stanford’s #30 Nnemdadi Ogwumike for a rebound in the second half. Gonzaga stormed back from 12 points behind to tie the game, only to see the Cardinals prevail, 84-78 in a tight game.

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A nailbiting basketball game played between Gonzaga and Stanford before a sellout crowd at McCarthey Athletic Center thrilled young fans Sunday, Nov. 21, 2010. The lady Zags lost to the Cardinals 84-78.

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Gonzaga’s #23 Katelan Redmon protects an offensive rebound as the Zags clawed back from 12 points behind to tie Stanford late in the second half. The Cardinals went on to win 84-78.

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The Gonzaga Kennel Club makes some noise before the start of the Bulldogs game against #3 ranked Stanford Sunday, Nov. 21, 2010, The Lady Bulldogs played Stanford tough but lost to the Cardinals 84-78 before a sellout crowd at McCarthey Athletic Center.