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  • Team meeting helped Gonzaga men squash 0-2 slide

    Junior guard Kevin Pangos said something had to change. Senior forward Sam Dower Jr. called it a reality check. Junior guard Gary Bell Jr. noted that the team had to …


  • Team meeting helped Gonzaga men squash 0-2 slide

    Junior guard Kevin Pangos said something had to change. Senior forward Sam Dower Jr. called it a reality check. Junior guard Gary Bell Jr. noted that the team had to …


  • Gonzaga, BYU to meet in WCC title game

    David Stockton had 18 points, Sam Dower Jr. added 12 points and nine rebounds, and Gonzaga advanced to the West Coast Conference championship game for the 14th straight year with …


  • Dower, Pangos make All-WCC first team

    Gonzaga senior forward Sam Dower Jr. and junior guard Kevin Pangos were named to the All-West Coast Conference men’s basketball team Monday, but the conference champions were shut out on …


  • Olynyk returns to MAC as Gonzaga gets past Loyola Marymount

    Forward Sam Dower Jr. put up 25 points and 15 rebounds on Senior Night and was upstaged by fellow senior Brian Bhaskar, much to Dower’s delight. Bhaskar, a popular walk-on …


  • Gonzaga’s seniors will take final bow

    Sam Dower Jr. and David Stockton came to Gonzaga with one of the largest and most talented recruiting classes in school history. Dower, Stockton, Elias Harris, Kelly Olynyk, G.J. Vilarino, …


  • Gonzaga seniors stayed with it

    Sam Dower Jr. and David Stockton came to Gonzaga with one of the largest and most talented recruiting classes in school history.


  • Grip on Sports: Defense wins championships

    Saturday: “Offense thrills the fans, but defense wins championships.” I don’t know who said it first – Augustus Caesar, perhaps? – but it’s been in the lexicon as long as …


  • Blog matters: Dower’s heroics, Chiefs comeback, scholarship rules

    A sampling from the past week of entries in The Spokesman-Review blog SportsLink at spokesman.com/ sportslink. Bulldogs


  • Dower 3-pointer rescues Gonzaga

    SANTA CLARA, Calif. – Sam Dower Jr. wasn’t the first option. The senior forward didn’t seem to be the second option as Kyle Dranginis was dribbling well beyond the 3-point …


  • Dower’s 3 rescues Bulldogs

    Sam Dower flashed near the top of key, took a pass and hit the biggest shot of his Gonzaga career to carry the Bulldogs past upset-minded Santa Clara 54-52 on …


  • As injuries heal, flu pops up

    Aches, pains and strains are fairly common two-thirds through a college basketball season. Gonzaga’s injury list is shrinking but it still hasn’t shaken the grip of the flu. Freshman center …


  • Zags continue to bide their time until all are healthy

    Aches, pains and strains are fairly common two-thirds through a college basketball season. Gonzaga’s injury list is shrinking but it still hasn’t shaken the grip of the flu.


  • Gonzaga holds off Toreros with defense

    Just enough offense, more defense. It’s been roughly six weeks since the Gonzaga Bulldogs had a game decided in the final minute, but they haven’t forgotten how to win a …


  • Zags hold off Loyola Marymount, move to 5-1 in WCC

    LOS ANGELES – They won’t get extra credit for making it harder than it needed to be, but the Gonzaga Bulldogs, after a few false starts, finally got what they …


  • Perfect blend

    Injuries, sickness, even food poisoning and four games in eight days. That’s not a favorable combination for a college basketball team’s win-loss record. Gonzaga managed just fine, relying on depth, …


  • Zags lose twice

    WICHITA, Kan. – Gonzaga basketball coach Mark Few gave Kevin Pangos a hug as the junior guard was leaving INTRUST Bank Arena to catch a flight home, weather permitting, for …


  • Gonzaga hangs 113 on Chaminade

    Sam Dower Jr. and Gerard Coleman scored 19 points each as No. 11 Gonzaga cruised to an easy 113-81 win over Division II Chaminade on Tuesday in the Maui Invitational.


  • Dower dazzles in Zags opening win

    Sam Dower Jr. has waited three years behind three eventual NBA players to get extended playing time. With one dazzling performance Saturday, the talented 6-foot-9 forward set a high standard …


  • Zags ‘Kraziness’ was sloppy, but it was fun

    Some college football programs spice up their spring games by putting something on the line, such as winners eat steak, losers chow on hot dogs. The Gonzaga men’s basketball team …


  • It’s not crazy, it’s GU basketball

    The Gonzaga men’s basketball team found plenty to play for Saturday during “Kraziness in the Kennel” in front of roughly 5,000 fans at the McCarthey Athletic Center.

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