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  • Zags give Graves win for birthday

    PORTLAND – “Happy Birthday to you …” Getting double-figure scoring from three players and points from 12 of 14 who played, the Gonzaga women’s basketball team helped coach Kelly Graves …


  • Late free throws beat Cougars

    LOS ANGELES – Southern California’s Ariya Crook was fouled while chasing a loose ball and sank two free throws with .8 seconds remaining Sunday to lift USC to a 61-59 …


  • Gosselin wins JBT at Sunset Lanes

    Nik Gosselin rained on Robbie Winchell’s parade to win the Junior Bowlers Tour stop at Sunset Lanes last weekend. Gosselin, who had qualified for the five-person final in third place, …


  • No. 14 UCLA rolls over Cougs 78-52

    Atonye Nyingifa scored 17 points, hitting 8 of 9 field-goal attempts, and 14th-ranked UCLA opened the second half with a 12-2 run to pull away for a 78-52 home win …


  • Gaels dump Bulldogs out of first

    Danielle Mauldin and Jackie Nared shot 4 of 4 from the free-throw line in the final 17 seconds Thursday as Saint Mary’s (11-4, 3-0) took over first place alone in …


  • 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.


  • Presley leads Cougars past ASU

    Tia Presley scored 27 points Sunday and Washington State defeated Arizona State 77-65 in a Pac-12 matchup in Pullman. Sage Romberg and Taylor Edmondson scored 17 points apiece for the …


  • Westbrook, Durant key Thunder win

    NBA: Russell Westbrook scored 23 points, Kevin Durant had 22 and the Oklahoma City Thunder beat the Raptors 104-92 in Toronto on Sunday. Serge Ibaka had 19 points and eight …


  • Irish women own UConn

    STORRS, Conn. – Skylar Diggins and Notre Dame just seem to have Connecticut’s number. The Irish have turned one of the best rivalries in women’s basketball into a one-sided affair …


  • Palmer can still fill it up

    Gonzaga’s women’s basketball players have talked about taking some of the scoring load off junior guard Haiden Palmer. Although they’ve done that in their first two West Coast Conference games …


  • Bobcats topple Eagles

    Rachel Semansky had 20 points and eight rebounds and Montana State came from behind on Saturday to hand Eastern Washington its first Big Sky Conference loss of the season, 73-60 …


  • Palmer leads GU women to easy win

    Gonzaga’s women’s basketball players have talked about taking some of the scoring load off junior guard Haiden Palmer.


  • Paul, Griffin power Clips past Lakers

    NBA: Chris Paul had 30 points and 13 assists, Blake Griffin added 24 points, and the Los Angeles Clippers led all the way in beating the Lakers 107-102 on Friday …


  • Washington St. women aim high in Pac-12

    Washington State placed 11th in the Pac-12 women’s basketball standings last season and is predicted to finish 10th this year in media and coaches’ preseason polls. But sixth-year Cougars head …


  • 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.


  • EWU’s Ojeda blocks out other statistics

    Ask Carrie Ojeda how many points or rebounds she had in a game and she’ll likely come up blank. Ask Ojeda how many blocked shots she had and she’ll recite …


  • EWU’s Ojeda puts emphasis on blocks

    Ask Carrie Ojeda how many points or rebounds she had in a game and she’ll likely come up blank.


  • Whitworth defeats Lewis-Clark State

    Whitworth’s women’s basketball team completed its nonconference schedule Sunday with a 68-53 win over Lewis-Clark State in Lewiston. Lauren Picha scored 13 points to pace the Pirates (9-2), while Emily …


  • WSU women defeat Gonzaga at McCarthey

    Tia Presley takes her share of verbal shots when she plays against Northwest rivals. That’s fine with Presley, because she’s ready to give the shots right back.


  • UConn women obliterate Stanford streak with win at Maples

    STANFORD, Calif. – Swarmed by three defenders for much of the day, Chiney Ogwumike released the ball off-balance or just plain forced it up to try to somehow get No. …


  • Back on the right foot

    An awkward step off the curb influenced Tia Presley’s way of seeing things. Almost one year ago, Presley took a false step and broke her left ankle while on a …


  • Presley taking steps in right direction

    Almost one year ago, Tia Presley took a false step and broke her left ankle while on a routine trip to get a snack. Presley knew immediately that her ankle …


  • Huerta leads Eastern women past Idaho State

    Kylie Huerta led three players in double figures with 15 points and the Eastern Washington women’s basketball team built a comfortable first-half lead and held on late to beat Idaho …


  • 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.


  • Basketball family affair for CCS’ Brons

    Community Colleges of Spokane will play Jorden Brons at any position on the basketball court. This hardly comes as a surprise, since Brons’ family has been accustomed to filling basketball …


  • Bryant helps Lakers hold off Philadelphia

    NBA: Kobe Bryant scored 34 points, Metta World Peace added 19 points and a career-high 16 rebounds and the Los Angeles Lakers won consecutive games for the first time since …


  • Gonzaga women welcome 20th-ranked Ohio State

    Even casual women’s basketball fans have heard of Baylor’s Brittney Griner, Delaware’s Elena Delle Donne and Notre Dame’s Skylar Diggins. Gonzaga coach Kelly Graves said Ohio State senior guard Tayler …


  • WSU women shock No. 20 Ohio State 62-55

    PULLMAN – This kind of upset hadn’t happened here in more than a decade. But to hear coach June Daugherty tell it, some of the most important groundwork was laid …

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