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Gonzaga women land second shot at Texas A&M

SEATTLE – Texas A&M women’s basketball coach Gary Blair knows he has an excellent team, which is a good thing – otherwise there would be no reason to play the …


Gonzaga women win

Scoreless for 31 minutes, Gonzaga’s Tiffany Shives had 14 of her 16 points in a crucial five-minute stretch of the second half and the seventh-seeded Bulldogs held off No. 10 …


Result is what’s relevant

SEATTLE – Like a game of musical chairs, Gonzaga and North Carolina are trying to occupy the same seat at the NCAA women’s basketball tournament. The Bulldogs and Tar Heels …


Bekkering gets second chance

So many good things have happened for Janelle Bekkering in the last year the “woulda, coulda, shoulda” moment was almost forgotten. But because of that split second, all the good …


GU women ecstatic to start tournament in Seattle

None of the season-long prognosticators ever penciled Gonzaga University into the Seattle pod for the NCAA women’s basketball tournament, but once the Bulldogs secured their bid by winning the West …


Gonzaga women to open tournament in Seattle

While the Gonzaga men got shipped across the country, the Gonzaga women are just going across the state.


Perfect ending for GU women

LAS VEGAS – The Gonzaga women’s basketball team left no doubt. No doubt who was the best team in the West Coast Conference regular season, rolling to a 14-0 mark …


Gonzaga women playing for WCC title again

LAS VEGAS – One statistic in the box score said it all: Gonzaga points off turnovers 27, Santa Clara 2. OK, make it two: GU’s edge in second-chance points, 18-4. …


GU women roll into final

LAS VEGAS – One statistic in the box score said it all: Gonzaga points off turnovers 27, Santa Clara 2. OK, make it two: GU’s edge in second-chance points, 18-4. …


Pressure’s off Zags at tourney

Going into the West Coast Conference men’s basketball tournament, the Gonzaga Bulldogs have the luxury of knowing they’re probably a lock to make the NCAA tournament, no matter the outcome …


GU women outright champs

Vivian Frieson scored 22 points and had seven rebounds as No. 19 Gonzaga cruised to an 83-52 win over Santa Clara (3-25, 1-12) and clinched the outright West Coast Conference …


It’s all about team

Angie Bjorklund was named the Southeastern Conference Player of the Week, which never came up in a conversation last week. But that’s hardly surprising. Until last week the Tennessee junior …


Zag women win 14th straight

Courtney Vandersloot had 23 points and nine assists and No. 21 Gonzaga won its 14th straight game on Saturday, an 87-45 basketball victory over Pepperdine.


Legacy of high standards

As records tumble and awards mount, Heather Bowman continues to say her only goal was to become a starter for Gonzaga when she crossed Interstate 90 from Lewis and Clark …


Bulldogs count on stalwart defense

When all else fails – and for the Gonzaga women’s basketball team, pretty much everything did – play defense. And the 21st-ranked Bulldogs did that quiet well, thank you.


Zags overcome Tomlinson, fouls

Louella Tomlinson of Saint Mary’s broke both the Division I career and single-season record for blocked shots, but Courtney Vandersloot had 18 points, 11 assists and three blocks of her …


Lofty status for Gonzaga

It was another first this week for the Gonzaga women’s basketball team. The Zags debuted in the ESPN/USA Today Coaches’ Top 25 poll at No. 23. The poll was released …


Zags trip Pilots

Heather Bowman scored 19 points and No. 24 Gonzaga turned a six-point halftime deficit into a 70-58 victory over Portland Saturday in Portland. Courtney Vandersloot added 14 points and eight …


Gonzaga women roll on

Courtney Vandersloot had another big all-around game and Heather Bowman inched closer to the school scoring record as the Gonzaga women’s basketball team destroyed Santa Clara 81-43 before 2,419 fans …


Gonzaga women bully Gaels

The Louella Tomlinson Show came to McCarthey Athletic Center Thursday night, but no matter how well the 6-foot-4 Australian and Saint Mary’s play elsewhere the show bombs when Gonzaga is …


Gonzaga women ground Portland

Revenge for last year was more of a by-product of the statement that the Gonzaga women’s basketball team wanted to make about this year. The Bulldogs opened the West Coast …


Bulldogs hold all the cards

Since the 2004-5 basketball season, when Gonzaga joined the 1996-97 Portland team to make it through the West Coast Conference season unscathed, the Bulldogs women have lost just seven of …


GU women get back on track

The Gonzaga women’s basketball team got back on track Sunday afternoon, erasing the disappointment of a pair of losses to highly-ranked Big 12 Conference teams last weekend in Las Vegas …


Gonzaga women roll over UCI

The Gonzaga women’s basketball team got back on track Sunday afternoon, erasing the disappointment of a pair of losses to highly-ranked Big 12 Conference teams last weekend in Las Vegas …


Furious GU comeback falls short

LAS VEGAS – Tanisha Smith scored 20 points, and Tyra White added 18 to help No. 13 Texas A&M beat Gonzaga 80-76 on Sunday night in the Las Vegas Hoops …


Zags look to show they belong

Finals weeks may be almost over, but the tests aren’t. Starting with No. 7 Duke at No. 2 Stanford Tuesday night, there are some pretty impressive women’s basketball matchups before …


19-0 run lifts GU

The Gonzaga women’s basketball team used a 19-0 second-half run to rally for a 64-57 non-conference victory over Portland State in Portland on Sunday. Down 54-42 with 9 minutes, 25 …


GU women rout Matadors

Gonzaga’s women’s basketball team built a big lead early and never looked back in an 80-47 non-conference win over Cal State Northridge on Sunday at the McCarthey Athletic Center. Heather …


GU controls second half, beats EWU

What was the best moment for Eastern Washington in its women’s basketball game with Gonzaga may have turned out to be its worst. The underdog Eagles battled back from an …


Elite teams leave marks

Idaho and Gonzaga peeked into the penthouse of women’s basketball last weekend. Idaho’s Vandals went to Baylor’s tournament and absorbed an 82-37 shellacking at the hands of the eighth-ranked Bears …