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  • Gonzaga’s Dower battles back

    Gonzaga senior forward Sam Dower Jr. feared the worst when he took a nasty fall late in the first half of Saturday’s loss to Kansas State.


  • GU women face challenge in WCC’s first half

    Gonzaga women’s basketball coach Kelly Graves stopped practice Thursday and had all his players gather around him.


  • Gay slur costs CSU assistant

    College football: Colorado State defensive line coach Greg Lupfer (above) has been suspended without pay for two weeks for using a gay slur when yelling at Washington State quarterback Connor …


  • Gonzaga women look to avenge loss to WSU

    The No. 25 Gonzaga women’s basketball team starts a brutal stretch of road games today with a game at Washington State in which coach Kelly Graves hopes to deliver some …


  • Greinacher’s week earns WCC honor

    Sunny Greinacher, a junior forward on the Gonzaga University women’s basketball team, was named West Coast Conference Player of the Week. Greinacher helped the 24th-ranked Bulldogs to three wins last …


  • Gonzaga women set defensive record

    Even with a sloppy beginning, the No. 24 Gonzaga women’s basketball team gave up the fewest points in school history Saturday as it crushed visiting Colgate 81-31 in nonconference play. …


  • GU women crush Colgate

    Even with a sloppy beginning, the No. 24 Gonzaga women’s basketball team gave up the fewest points in school history Saturday, crushing visiting Colgate 81-31 in nonconference play.


  • Vandals fall just shy of WAC title match

    Desiree Scott and Stephanie Ziegler had 18 kills apiece Tuesday night as top-seeded New Mexico State (21-10) rallied past fourth-seeded Idaho 27-29, 26-24, 26-28, 25-12, 15-12 at the Western Athletic …


  • Group claims Gonzaga University losing focus on Catholic identity

    While alumni revel in Gonzaga University’s basketball success and the growth of its campus and student body, a small, independent group called the 1887 Trust worries the Jesuit university is …


  • Clute killin’ it

    Kennadie Clute’s goals for her freshman volleyball season at Montana State were simple: Play and help her team as much as possible. Check and check.


  • Clute shines as college freshman

    Kennadie Clute, a 6-foot-1 outside hitter from Mt. Spokane High, not only leads the Big Sky Conference in kills and points, she’s the top freshman in the nation in both …


  • Tom Foley memorial service draws hundreds to Gonzaga University

    Thousands of miles from his old congressional stomping grounds, friends and family of Tom Foley remembered the qualities that elevated the man to legendary statesman. “Thank you so much for …


  • Ex-Gonzaga basketball star Evans dies

    Former Gonzaga Bulldogs men’s basketball player Rich Evans died Oct. 9 in Salina, Kan. Evans played for the Zags from 1947-50 and still ranks 13th on the school’s all-time scoring …


  • Coaches poll tabs Zags 14th

    The Gonzaga University Bulldogs men’s basketball team has been ranked 14th in the preseason USA Today coaches poll released Thursday. The Bulldogs, who finished 12th in the final coaches poll …


  • Ugly ties? A matter of perspective

    The Gonzaga men’s soccer team was fit to be tied Sunday. On the positive side, the Bulldogs are tied for first place in the West Coast Conference after a 3-3 …


  • Firsts have GU feelin’ good

    First things first. First win over Loyola Marymount since 2010. First road win over San Francisco since 2007 and first win over the Dons since 2009. First win at Santa …


  • Ehlo pleads guilty to reckless burning

    Craig Ehlo pleaded guilty to a charge of second-degree reckless burning Wednesday stemming from an incident at his home last month. Ehlo will be granted credit for a day served …


  • Men’s soccer preview: Pirates look to repeat as NWC champs

    The Whitworth soccer team is making a few adjustments this season. So is new coach Morgan Cathey, who can finally get back to the business of coaching after a house …


  • College women’s soccer preview: Making strides

    The Washington State soccer team got out of its comfort zone last season under new coach Keidane McAlpine, then found something even better: a return trip to the NCAA tournament. …


  • Craig Ehlo receiving treatment in Massachusetts; court date pushed

    Craig Ehlo’s arraignment on a charge of reckless burning was pushed to Oct. 2 to accommodate medical treatment he is receiving in Massachusetts.


  • Ex-Zag Frahm finds new challenge on two wheels

    The life cycle of an athlete is never long enough. “I think it’s a terrible analogy, but they say it’s like a death,” former Gonzaga basketball star Richie Frahm said.


  • Cougars Classic out

    PULLMAN – Washington State released its 2013-14 men’s basketball schedule on Wednesday with the news that the Cougars will not play a game in KeyArena as they have every year …


  • Gonzaga donor once convicted of 1993 money laundering

    A Gonzaga University trustee credited with the largest single donation to the school also has a criminal record of money laundering. John J. Hemmingson was convicted by a New Orleans …


  • Law student pleads to crash that haunts family

    Dressed in a blue shirt with a big white kitty on the front, 3-year-old Danika Packard sat on the courtroom bench eating cereal from a plastic baggy and smiling at …


  • Three WSU baseball players drafted on final day

    The final day of the 2013 MLB First-Year Player Draft left a trio of Washington State Cougars with big decisions to make. Juniors J.D. Leckenby and Adam Nelubowich along with …


  • Mariners draft Gonzaga pitcher Olson

    The Seattle Mariners followed the lead of the St. Louis Cardinals and drafted a left-handed pitcher from Gonzaga. West Coast Conference Pitcher of the Year Tyler Olson went to the …


  • Maintenance worker suspected of child rape found dead

    A maintenance worker facing charges of rape and child molestation killed himself in his car outside of Addy, Wash.


  • WSU varsity four in NCAA semis

    INDIANAPOLIS – Washington advanced all three of its boats to the A/B semifinals and Washington State’s varsity four also qualified Friday on the first day of the women’s NCAA Rowing …


  • Gonzaga loses in WCC tourney opener

    Gonzaga left the bases loaded three times and conference Co-Player of the Year Marco Gonzales was hit hard on the mound as the Bulldogs fell 8-5 to the San Francisco …


  • Cougars head ‘home’ to Pasco for 4 games

    Washington State’s baseball team is done playing in Pullman, but the Cougars still have four home games left on the schedule. Yes, it’s time for their annual trip to Pasco, …

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