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  • Scores of April’s Angels from GU spruce up family center

    Armed with elbow grease, rakes and a spirit of service, about 180 volunteers from Gonzaga University’s April’s Angels teamed up with nonprofit Rebuilding Together Spokane to renovate and repair the …


  • Book Notes: Agosin to speak at GU on Tuesday

    Marjorie Agosin, author, activist, Chilean exile and professor at Wellesley College, will speak at Gonzaga University on Tuesday. Her talk, at 7 p.m. in the Globe Room of Cataldo Hall, …


  • Gonzaga’s Standish invited to WNBA draft

    When Gonzaga women’s basketball coach Kelly Graves called Kayla Standish a week and a half ago, she thought it was an April Fools’ joke. Graves informed the Gonzaga senior that …


  • Spangler leaving Gonzaga

    Gonzaga men’s basketball forward Ryan Spangler has been granted his release and is expected to transfer to a school closer to his home state of Oklahoma. “I’ve made a lot …


  • ‘Brilliant’ young man gone too soon

    They filled the front pews, all clad in blue T-shirts stamped with a single word on the front: “nerd.” They had come, these members of the Gonzaga Honors Program – …


  • Gonzaga honor student killed in kayak accident

    Gonzaga University officials today identified the victim of a kayaking accident as a first-year honor student from Everett.


  • Book Notes: Writers Series draws up last play for Shann Ray

    The final edition of this year’s Gonzaga University Visiting Writers Series will feature one of Gonzaga’s own. GU professor Shann Ferch, who writes under the name Shann Ray, will read …


  • Betancourt speaks at Gonzaga tonight

    Ingrid Betancourt, the Colombian presidential candidate held captive for six years, will speak at Gonzaga University tonight.


  • Seniors did Gonzaga proud

    KINGSTON, R.I. – Kayla Standish knew it was over. They all did. And so with 44 seconds remaining in Gonzaga’s loss to Kentucky on Sunday night in the Sweet 16 …


  • Bulldogs’ run reaches end of line

    KINGSTON, R.I. – During a time out in the final two minutes, you could see it on the faces of the Gonzaga Bulldogs. There were no more scoring runs. There …


  • Photo: A bittersweet ending

    Consolation prize: Gonzaga University seniors Katelan Redmon, left, and Kayla Standish embrace their mothers, Michele Redmon and Joni Leman, after the Bulldogs were eliminated Sunday from the NCAA basketball tournament’s …


  • GU gears up for Kentucky’s ’40 minutes of dread’

    KINGSTON, R.I. – March Madness brings out the best of the best, even when it comes to clever phrasemaking. Bill Raftery’s “Onions!” is one example. Most of what comes out …


  • Blanchette: Gonzaga women earned their spot

    Ever so slightly overlooked in Gonzaga crashing yet another Sweet 16 in the NCAA women’s basketball tournament this week was the morsel of the Bulldogs holding the nation’s sixth-highest scoring …


  • Zags gear up for high-scoring Miami

    Sylvia Bullock and Shenise Johnson probably agree on a lot of things, but they sang different tunes when asked about their cross-country trip to Spokane for the first two rounds …


  • Gonzaga vs. Miami: Remaining tickets on sale at 9 a.m.

    No. 3 MIAMI Region: Kingston


  • Lady Zags more than tough enough

    The strokes of the familiar mixed with the hues of the unfamiliar painted a canvas that promised to be anything but bland. From the moment the No. 6 Rutgers and …


  • Zags fall to Buckeyes when late shots don’t

    PITTSBURGH – Gonzaga clawed back from a 10-point deficit to forge a tie and somehow had a Consol Energy Center crowd roaring despite a preponderance of Ohio State scarlet in …


  • Even in losing, this team was GU at its best

    PITTSBURGH – In the walk-in closet at Consol Energy Center where the Gonzaga Bulldogs changed clothes Saturday, Robert Sacre sent off one wave of inquisitors and greeted the next. “Here …


  • Buckeyes had plenty of weapons

    PITTSBURGH – Gonzaga was satisfied with its defensive effort on Ohio State standout forward Jared Sullinger. But the rest of the Buckeyes, particularly sophomore point guard Aaron Craft, sophomore forward …


  • Craft created problems for Gonzaga

    PITTSBURGH – Aaron Craft not only guided Ohio State to a third-round NCAA tournament victory Saturday. He also gave the Buckeyes’ next opponent plenty to think about.


  • Rebounding could decide Gonzaga-West Virginia game

    PITTSBURGH – Gonzaga assistant coach Tommy Lloyd put together the scouting report for today’s NCAA tournament game against West Virginia, and it’s a safe bet the word “rebounding” appears in …


  • Blanchette: Huggins fits in with Mountaineers

    PITTSBURGH – Our last view of Bob Huggins was from the rear, as he trundled his way up the tunnel at the Huntsman Center in Salt Lake City back in …


  • Tattooed Sacre exults in Cosmo’s pick for tourney sexiness

    Gonzaga’s Rob Sacre – the fourth-sexiest player in the bracket? “You guys said it,” he protested, though not convincingly. “I didn’t want to put it out there, but what can …


  • Gonzaga vs. West Virginia Thursday, 4:20 p.m. on TNT

    Gonzaga (25-6) Seed, region: No. 7, East


  • Gonzaga draws 7 seed, faces West Virginia in Pittsburgh

    Gonzaga drew a seventh seed in the NCAA tournament and will face 10th-seeded West Virginia on Thursday in Morganto…, err, Pittsburgh. “We’re wearing white jerseys but the home-court advantage will …


  • Pittsburgh pod: Gonzaga, West Virginia, Ohio State, Loyola

    Seventh-seeded Gonzaga will take on No. 10 West Virginia on Thursday in Pittsburgh in the East Region. The other side of the bracket has No. 2 Ohio State facing No. …


  • Predictions abound for Gonzaga’s seeding, site

    The Gonzaga men’s basketball team will find out this afternoon its seeding, its opponent and its destination in the NCAA tournament. There’s no shortage of opinions on line about the …


  • Book Notes: Betancourt will lecture at Gonzaga

    Ingrid Betancourt, author and activist, will deliver Gonzaga University’s Presidential Speaker Series lecture on March 28. Betancourt was a candidate for the presidency of Colombia when she was kidnapped by …


  • Homes have an eye to the future

    During the workweek Evan Verduin designs architecture projects for customers around the area. In his spare time, he and his wife, Shelby, are tackling their first town house development in …


  • Business as usual: Bulldogs vs. Gaels

    LAS VEGAS – For all the talk about the addition of traditional power BYU and the chatter about the West Coast Conference being the best it has been in a …

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