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  • Area roundup: Cougars tabbed for eighth in Pac-12 baseball poll

    Washington State was selected for eighth place in the Pac-12 Conference baseball preseason coaches’ poll, released Thursday. The Cougars, 23-32 overall and 9-21 in the conference last season, received 35 …


  • GU women dominate Pepperdine

    In a game where four players scored in double figures, and two more came close, the No. 20 Gonzaga women’s basketball team cruised to an overpowering 86-51 win over Pepperdine …


  • Four corners: Gonzaga Bulldogs

    Coming up: Saturday at Memphis, 6 p.m. (ESPN) Outlook: Gonzaga’s first game against a ranked opponent this season comes versus No. 24 Memphis (17-5), which routed Rutgers 101-69 on Tuesday. …


  • Gonzaga keeps WCC streak alive with win over Portland

    Portland, which handed Gonzaga its only WCC loss, was determined to make it two in a row over the Bulldogs. Gonzaga seniors David Stockton and Sam Dower Jr. and junior …


  • Gonzaga beats Portland

    David Stockton, Angel Nunez and Kevin Pangos all scored 13 points and No. 23 Gonzaga hung on to beat Portland 71-66 on Wednesday night at McCarthey Athletic Center, avenging a …


  • Gonzaga women hit triple figures in win over USF

    Although they had trouble securing a halftime lead, the No. 22 Gonzaga women’s basketball team exploded in the second half Saturday to bury visiting San Francisco 101-66. Gonzaga (20-3, 10-1) …


  • Gonzaga rides defense to victory

    SAN FRANCISCO – The Gonzaga Bulldogs didn’t bring their ‘A’ game to the Bay Area but they made sure to pack their ‘D’ – and their grit. Gonzaga shut down …


  • 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


  • Gonzaga powers through San Francisco

    The Gonzaga Bulldogs didn’t bring their ‘A’ game to the Bay Area but they made sure to pack their ‘D’ – and their grit. Gonzaga shut down San Francisco’s inside …


  • Gonzaga women surpass century mark

    Although they had trouble securing a halftime lead, the No. 22 Gonzaga women’s basketball team exploded in the second half Saturday to bury visiting San Francisco 101-66.


  • First-place Gonzaga wary of second-place Dons

    SAN FRANCISCO – The last time Gonzaga saw San Francisco, the Dons were exiting the McCarthey Athletic Center following a humbling 28-point loss. That Dons team hasn’t been seen since. …


  • These aren’t same Dons Zags defeated

    The last time Gonzaga saw San Francisco, the Dons were exiting the McCarthey Athletic Center following a humbling 28-point loss.


  • Bulldogs’ defense badgers Broncos

    Scrapping its way out of an early deficit, the No. 22 Gonzaga women’s basketball team turned on the jets Thursday night and raced away for a dominating 89-37 victory over …


  • No. 1 Arizona holds off Stanford’s upset bid

    Nick Johnson kept Arizona’s perfect season going for another game, hitting a go-ahead 3-pointer with 51 seconds left and a pair of free throws with 5.8 seconds to go as …


  • Gonzaga hits road to begin 2nd half of WCC

    SANTA CLARA, Calif. – Midway through the WCC race, Gonzaga is in first place but the course changes a bit for the second half. The Bulldogs (18-3, 8-1 WCC) went …


  • BYU brings high-scoring offense to McCarthey

    One of the beauties and/or curses of athletics is how quickly teams have to flip the script to the next game. Take Gonzaga, which is coming off a grind-it-out, 59-56 …


  • Zags shift gears for BYU

    After a grind-it-out victory over San Diego on Thursday, the Gonzaga Bulldogs will take on high-scoring Brigham Young Saturday at McCarthey Athletic Center.


  • 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 …


  • Gonzaga women slip past LMU in OT

    Haiden Palmer scored a career-high 32 points as No. 25 Gonzaga held on to defeat Loyola Marymount 91-82 in overtime Thursday for its seventh-straight win.


  • Gonzaga escapes against San Diego

    Sam Dower Jr. scored 18 points and Kevin Pangos made the game’s final shot, as Gonzaga narrowly beat San Diego for the 11th straight time.


  • Four corners: Gonzaga Bulldogs

    COMING UP: Tonight vs. San Diego, 7 (ESPNU); Saturday vs. BYU, 7 (ESPN2) OUTLOOK: San Diego was picked to finish fifth in the West Coast Conference preseason poll but has …


  • Bell could return to GU lineup this week

    Gary Bell Jr. is healing and hopeful. The junior guard wants to play in Gonzaga’s two home games this week, which begins with San Diego’s visit Thursday, but it’s not …


  • Bell’s return to GU appears to be close

    Gary Bell Jr. is healing and hopeful.


  • WCC tabs Dower player of week

    College basketball: Senior forward Sam Dower Jr., who had 46 points and 22 rebounds in Gonzaga’s two road wins and became the 37th player in school history to reach 1,000 …


  • 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 …


  • GU women defeat USF

    SAN FRANCISCO – Gonzaga opened the game on a 15-2 run and held off San Francisco’s comeback attempt in a 68-40 West Coast Conference women’s basketball win Friday night. The …


  • Dower leads Gonzaga rout of Pepperdine

    Sam Dower was perfect from the field and scored 18 points as Gonzaga bounced back from having its 22-game conference win streak snapped by routing Pepperdine in a first-place showdown, …


  • Four corners: Gonzaga Bulldogs

    COMING UP: Tonight at Pepperdine, 7 (KHQ); Saturday at LMU, 1 p.m. (KHQ) OUTLOOK: The upstart Waves (11-7, 4-2), picked last (10th) in the preseason poll, could grab at least …


  • Gonzaga assistant coach Michaelson paid his dues

    Through eye contact, a gesture or just familiarity, basketball teammates occasionally communicate on the court without saying a word. Sometimes the same thing happens in administrative offices.


  • Gonzaga women pummel No. 24 San Diego

    Haiden Palmer scored a jumper on the first play of the game and the Gonzaga Bulldogs raced out to an initial lead of 16-2, scored 50 in the first half …

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