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  • Bulldogs men sneak past San Diego, 65-57

    If you’re going to play your best basketball, might as well bring it out for crunch time in a close game.


  • Bulldogs hold out hope for WCC title

    The outcome won’t impact Gonzaga’s seeding in the WCC men’s basketball tournament or its first-round opponent in the semifinals, but the Bulldogs are still playing for something against host San …


  • Blanchette: Gonzaga showed its power in rematch

    Game long over, a Gonzaga operative pushed a wheelchair through a ground-level corridor at the McCarthey Athletic Center and toward the court, where he encountered Randy Bennett – more resigned …


  • BYU humbles Gonzaga women

    PROVO, Utah – Kim Parker had 16 points and BYU scored 20 straight in the second half to rout No. 19 Gonzaga 70-40 on Thursday night at the Marriott Center, …


  • Blanchette: GU women develop new identity with similar results

    Steal, pass, layup. It can still be that elementary. In the deciding moments of Gonzaga’s 69-58 women’s basketball victory over San Diego on Saturday, it happened twice in the space …


  • Katelan Redmon, Gonzaga women top Toreros

    Head coach Kelly Graves’ unhurried tempo and ease in tone was contrary to his team’s delivery of an adrenaline rush to the fifth-largest Gonzaga women’s basketball crowd in McCarthey Athletic …


  • Standish guides No. 20 Gonzaga women to win

    You hate to consider any game a gimme. In fact, you’ll never hear a coach – and rarely a player – even consider making such a statement.


  • Gonzaga women hold off Saint Mary’s for victory

    Taelor Karr made a go-ahead 3-pointer with 2 minutes left then added three free throws in the final 31 seconds to help No. 22 Gonzaga beat Saint Mary’s 75-70 on …


  • Gonzaga pushes past stubborn Portland

    PORTLAND – Gonzaga men’s basketball coach Mark Few suggested earlier this week that the Bulldogs’ rematch with Portland probably wouldn’t resemble the first meeting. He was right. About the only …


  • Blanchette: Turns out, VIPs not the only BMOCs

    It was a galoshes kind of day and a sneakers-in- a-snowdrift kind of night at Gonzaga’s McCarthey Athletic Center – not for basketball aesthetes, perhaps, but not to be thrown …


  • Saint Mary’s women snap Gonzaga’s WCC win streak

    It was a surprise party, all right. On the 49th birthday of Gonzaga women’s basketball coach Kelly Graves, Saint Mary’s handed his Bulldogs, ranked No. 22 in the ESPN/USA Today …


  • Gonzaga women power past San Francisco

    It was a night of individual firsts for the Gonzaga University women’s basketball team. Winning was not one of them, as those come quite often for the 23rd-ranked Bulldogs.


  • Zags’ freshmen guards play with veteran savvy

    Kevin Pangos and Gary Bell Jr. apparently didn’t get the memo that true freshmen guards tend to struggle at times against quality collegiate competition, especially on the road in packed …


  • Zags’ freshmen guards play with veteran savvy

    Kevin Pangos and Gary Bell Jr. apparently didn’t get the memo that true freshmen guards tend to struggle at times against quality collegiate competition, especially on the road in packed …


  • Gonzaga men win WCC opener

    Kevin Pangos hit 5 of 7 3-point shots and scored 19 points Wednesday night as Gonzaga opened West Coast Conference play with a 90-51 win over Portland.


  • GU men open WCC play against Portland Wednesday night

    At this time a year ago Portland was 12-3 with solid home wins against UC Santa Barbara, Saint Louis, Boise State, Nevada and Utah and a road victory at Montana. …


  • Solid WCC should be tougher with addition of BYU

    National pundits have suggested the West Coast Conference could be a three-bid league. Gonzaga, BYU and Saint Mary’s are a combined 30-7. Many have argued the WCC is better than …


  • Gonzaga counters Air Force’s precision

    Kevin Pangos scored 23 points and Sam Dower added 16 points and eight rebounds — all in the second half — as Gonzaga grinded out a 70-60 victory over Air …


  • Pangos, Harris lead Zags past Butler

    That’s three straight for Gonzaga. Wins, of course, but also three tough, grind-it-out efforts. The Bulldogs were pretty efficient on offense, better on the defensive end and it added up …


  • In this particular case, familiarity breeds respect

    It is rare – in the same way that finding a touch of refinement on “Jersey Shore” is rare – that the Gonzaga Bulldogs hook up with one of their …


  • Blanchette: ‘E’ is for Electric

    The “E” in Elias Harris has suggested, at various times, both enticing and enigmatic during his stay at Gonzaga. In a 71-60 not-quite-stomping of Arizona in the Battle in Seattle …


  • Gonzaga wins Battle in Seattle

    Elias Harris scored 12 of Gonzaga’s first 19 points and the Bulldogs held on late to defeat Arizona at Seattle’s KeyArena.


  • Gonzaga holds off Oral Roberts

    Gonzaga picked a good time to stop turning the ball over – the last four minutes – and Mike Hart picked an ideal time to make his first 3-pointer of …


  • Area roundup: Palmer, Standish propel Zags to top Grizzllies

    Sophomore reserve Haiden Palmer tossed in a team-high 14 points on 6-of-12 shooting and Kayla Standish added a double-double with 12 points and a game-high 13 rebounds to lead the …


  • Michigan State’s Green too much for Gonzaga

    Too many turnovers, not nearly enough defensive stops and way too much Draymond Green. Michigan State, behind 54-percent shooting and Green’s career-high 34 points, handled Gonzaga 74-67 in front of …


  • Illinois hands Gonzaga first loss

    Meyers Leonard scored 21 points and helped Illinois hold No. 19 Gonzaga’s Robert Sacre to two second-half points Saturday in an 82-75 upset.


  • Gonzaga men defeat Notre Dame 73-53

    Notre Dame won the opening tip, set up its offense and Gonzaga’s Mike Hart poked the ball away for the Fighting Irish’s first turnover.


  • Gonzaga beats Western Michigan at Arena

    Robert Sacre scored 15 points and No. 19 Gonzaga beat winless Western Michigan 78-58 on Saturday.


  • Sacre, Gonzaga put away Hawaii

    His performance was far from dominant, but the night still belonged to hometown hero Robert Sacre.


  • Blanchette: GU freshmen show how it’s done

    It has not been a game for the faint of heart, this Wazzu-Zag U business, nor much for freshmen. Kevin Pangos pretty much changed that Monday night. In fact, he …

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