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  • First-place GU women power past Waves

    Senior Taelor Karr finished with game highs of 15 points and seven assists Thursday as Gonzaga held on to first place in the West Coast Conference with an 80-46 win …


  • Gonzaga women prep for first-place BYU

    Brigham Young University’s women’s basketball team reacted to leading scorer Lexi Eaton’s season-ending injury in an unusual way.


  • Best start has GU 8th in both polls

    Men’s College basketball: Gonzaga University moved up one spot to eighth in the Associated Press Top 25 and remained eighth in the USA Today balloting of coaches in the latest …


  • Blanchette: ‘New’ Zag an amazing revelation

    Recruit- ing’s impact on college basketball can never be understated. Even plugging in just one player can make an incredible difference. Like the new 7-footer Gonzaga has this year.


  • Albanez gives Gonzaga quality minutes

    She leads Gonzaga in points per minutes played and is the team’s fourth-leading scorer overall, but she’s never started a game.


  • Karr’s eight 3-pointers lift Gonzaga

    The excitement on Gonzaga’s bench Thursday increased with each 3-pointer Taelor Karr made.


  • Gonzaga women begin WCC quest

    Most West Coast Conference women’s basketball players have something in common.


  • Pangos, Olynyk lead Zags past Oklahoma St. 69-68

    STILLWATER, Okla. – It was a thrilling finish worth reliving, and the Gonzaga Bulldogs were doing just that in the locker room.


  • GU women host Idaho before nine-day break

    Gonzaga and Idaho’s record books don’t agree on how often their women’s basketball teams have met or how the all-time series stands. One thing’s for certain: Idaho dominated the first …


  • Gonzaga’s women will welcome Vandals

    Gonzaga and Idaho’s record books don’t agree on how often their women’s basketball teams have met or how the all-time series stands.


  • Buckeyes hold off Zags

    There’s a good reason why Tayler Hill never came off the court at McCarthey Athletic Center on Monday night. The Ohio State senior guard made all the big plays down …


  • Cougs know size of challenge Gonzaga presents

    PULLMAN – He grew up in Spokane, accompanying his parents to Gonzaga basketball games in “the old Kennel” during the beginning of the Bulldogs’ glory days. Today, Washington State freshman …


  • Greinacher’s career night ignites Gonzaga

    The knock against Gonzaga this season has been its lack of inside scoring.


  • Cougars know big challenge Bulldogs present

    PULLMAN – He grew up in Spokane, accompanying his parents to Gonzaga basketball games in “the old Kennel” during the beginning of the Bulldogs’ glory days. Wednesday, Washington State freshman …


  • GU women welcome Eagles

    It’s certainly one of the highlights of Eastern Washington’s nonconference women’s basketball schedule, but today’s 6 p.m. game at Gonzaga isn’t the only time the Eagles have stepped into the …


  • Blanchette: Tinkle family makes most of matchup

    There were lots of reasons to fill the seats inside on a sunny afternoon at Gonzaga, and Spokane did. Stanford, the nation’s top-ranked women’s basketball team was in town again, …


  • Gonzaga women host No. 1 Stanford

    Of all the powerhouse men’s and women’s basketball teams that have played at Gonzaga over the years, none has come to Spokane toting the nation’s No. 1 ranking. That changes …


  • Gonzaga women host No. 1 team for first time

    Of all the powerhouse men’s and women’s basketball teams that have played at Gonzaga over the years, none has come to Spokane toting the nation’s No. 1 ranking.


  • Big game creates Tinkle reunion

    Presenting the latest in chic apparel: Stanzaga T-shirts.


  • Retired judge Robert Austin dies

    Longtime local judge Robert Austin, who retired from Spokane Superior Court at the end of 2008, died Monday following an aortic aneurysm on Saturday. He was 68. Austin’s wife, Robin, …


  • Longtime Spokane County judge dies

    Longtime local judge Robert Austin, who retired from Spokane Superior Court at the end of 2008, died today following an aortic aneurysm on Saturday. He was 68.


  • Monmouth no match for GU women

    It couldn’t have worked out much better for the Gonzaga Bulldogs on Sunday night. The GU women posted a workmanlike 77-51 victory over the Monmouth Hawks, winning their fourth consecutive …


  • Bulldogs men overwhelm South Dakota 96-58

    Gonzaga led by 18 points late in the first half and there was no real threat of a South Dakota comeback, but Bulldogs coach Mark Few wanted a timeout.


  • GU women open home slate tonight

    California proved fertile ground for the Gonzaga women’s basketball team, which now shifts its attention to more familiar territory. The Bulldogs will open their home schedule at 6 tonight at …


  • Building bridges

    During and after the election there is always much talk about the value of working together, moving forward and showing tolerance of each other’s differences. On Friday, Gonzaga University is …


  • Blanchette: Redmond makes it to the top at 41

    As a player, Mike Redmond was baseball comfort food. Consider some of the descriptives that attached themselves to him in the course of his 13 major league seasons: reliable, savvy, …


  • Gonzaga cruises in exhibition win over NW Nazarene

    Numerous Gonzaga men’s basketball players insisted throughout the preseason that if they weren’t getting the job done, another man was waiting to take their place. In Saturday’s exhibition game, five …


  • Spokane trio lead Vandals’ soccer success

    The injury is almost forgotten now, unlike the memories Liz Boyden will carry forward after a bonus year of soccer at the University of Idaho. A broken leg three matches …


  • Mother Mary grotto dedicated at Gonzaga

    One by one, the reverent placed roses at the foot of the statue of the Blessed Mother Mary. They were attending the Dedication Mass of the new Gonzaga University grotto …


  • Defense keeps Whitworth men’s soccer rolling

    Soccer forwards are always quick to credit the teammates behind them. It’s just the opposite at the other end of the field, especially at Whitworth, where goalkeeper Kyle Novak sees …

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