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  • Zags expect another tussle from USF

    Gonzaga seems to bring out the best in West Coast Conference opponents. It happened Thursday night against Santa Clara and the Zags are bracing for more of the same tonight …


  • Gonzaga victorious in trademark suit

    Gonzaga University won a legal victory this week against the owner of a shuttered downtown bar that had been illegally using the school’s trademarks. U.S. District Court Judge Lonny Suko …


  • Gonzaga men hold off BYU in WCC opener

    There is taking it one game at a time. There is the game within the game. And then there was Gonzaga-BYU for 40 back-and-forth, occasionally frantic, wildly entertaining minutes Saturday.


  • Zags face rugged WCC opener at BYU

    Gonzaga’s last three trips to the Marriott Center have produced one win, two losses and an indeterminate number of bruises.


  • No. 8 Gonzaga turns back Cal Poly

    Perhaps the Zags worked out some kinks Saturday, overcoming game-long turnovers and shaky defensive rebounding in the closing minutes for a ragged 63-50 victory over Cal Poly.


  • GU’s Sabonis a real gym rat

    After a day of classes, an afternoon of basketball practice and an early evening of studying, Domas Sabonis can usually be found at his home away from home.


  • Gonzaga women get going in win

    The Gonzaga women’s basketball team overcame a horrid shooting start Sunday by outhustling visiting Portland State and eventually pulling away for a 73-41 victory. Gonzaga missed its first 16 shots …


  • GU women crank it up in second half, beat Portland State

    The Gonzaga women’s basketball team overcame a horrid shooting start Sunday by outhustling visiting Portland State and eventually the Bulldogs pulled away for a convincing 73-41 victory.


  • Arizona edges Gonzaga in thriller

    In a tense duel between two of the West’s best programs, the ninth-ranked Gonzaga Bulldogs fended off repeated Arizona spurts but ran out of answers late in regulation and in …


  • Zags’ Melson steps in for fellow freshman guard Perkins

    Gonzaga’s Josh Perkins has kept his spirits up despite a couple of tough days. He managed a postgame smile – or as much of a grin as his wired jaw …


  • Four take star turns in N.Y.

    NEW YORK – Gonzaga wasn’t kidding about this different-guy-every-night stuff. Domantas Sabonis, Gary Bell Jr., Byron Wesley and, of course, Kevin Pangos took center stage Friday, leading the Zags to …


  • Blanchette: Deep Zags raise expectations

    Pro tip for the Kennel Club: Kids, when there’s a 74-year-old Naismith Hall of Famer on the visiting bench, the proper etiquette is, “Sit down, Mr. Brown!”


  • Blanchette: Zags shine in coming-out party

    Pro tip for the Kennel Club: Kids, when there’s a 74-year-old Naismith Hall of Famer on the visiting bench, the proper etiquette is, “Sit down, Mr. Brown!” And that will …


  • Gonzaga cruises past SMU

    No. 13 Gonzaga continues to live up to expectations in the early portion of the college basketball season, defeating visiting No. 22 SMU 72-56 on Monday night.


  • No. 13 Zags take on No. 22 SMU

    It didn’t take long for the arrival of one of the biggest games on Gonzaga’s nonconference schedule. No. 22 SMU, one of two Gonzaga opponents ranked in the preseason Top …


  • Zags host to Larry Brown’s tough SMU squad

    It didn’t take long for the arrival of one of the biggest games on Gonzaga’s nonconference schedule.


  • Zags open with Thompson Rivers exhibition

    Gonzaga tips off its men’s basketball season with an exhibition game against Thompson Rivers University tonight (Saturday) at 6 at the McCarthey Athletic Center.


  • Zags welcome newcomers, share a little Kraziness

    Gonzaga’s annual Kraziness in the Kennel is essentially the public’s first look at the Zags and here’s some of what those inside the McCarthey Athletic Center witnessed Saturday: Josh Perkins …


  • Gonzaga NIT schedule set

    Gonzaga will be one of four teams featured in the semifinals of the NIT Season Tip-Off men’s basketball tournament in November at Madison Square Garden in New York. The Bulldogs …


  • Bulldogs picked sixth in WCC men’s soccer

    The West Coast Conference announced on Tuesday that the Gonzaga Bulldogs men’s soccer team was selected to finish sixth in a preseason poll of the league’s coaches. GU received 23 …


  • GU coach Mark Few to be featured on ‘Game Changers’

    Gonzaga University men’s basketball coach Mark Few will be the subject of Saturday’s “Game Changers with Kevin Frazier” on CBS. The episode will air at 9:30 a.m. on KREM-TV in …


  • Former Vanderbilt player says he’s transferring to GU

    Eric McClellan, who led the Vanderbilt basketball team in scoring last season before being dismissed from the team after 12 games, said he is transferring to Gonzaga.


  • Blanchette: Zags’ Karnowski making his presence known in NCAA tournament

    SAN DIEGO – You might be surprised to learn that at the Spokane residence he shares with two roommates, Przemek Karnowski is the 7-foot-1 Felix Unger, relatively speaking. He cooks. …


  • Blanchette: Karnowski cleaning up in NCAA tournament

    His English gets better and better and his growing game picks up the inevitable Yankee touches, but it is good to know that the Americanization of Przemek Karnowski may be …


  • Gonzaga faces demanding matchup with Arizona

    Gonzaga faces its biggest challenge of the season in an NCAA tournament round-of-32 showdown with No. 1-seeded Arizona tonight at 6:40 at Viejas Arena in San Diego.


  • Blanchette: Zags victorious, though battered and bruised by Oklahoma State

    SAN DIEGO – In the Gonzaga locker room, trainer Jen Nyland set a school record for icebags distributed. Someone eyed a suspicious discoloration on the mascot’s costume and wondered if …


  • Zags advance with 85-77 win over Oklahoma State

    Kevin Pangos scored 26 points, including hitting 12 of 14 free throws, and Gary Bell Jr. added 17 for Gonzaga (29-6), which defeated Oklahoma State 85-77 in an NCAA tournament …


  • Blanchette: Zags happy to show off black eye after winning scrap

    In the Gonzaga locker room, trainer Jen Nyland set a school record for icebags distributed.


  • Zags’ Karnowski only concerned with getting a win, not apology

    The Gonzaga Bulldogs got another NCAA basketball tournament victory on Friday – and an apology.


  • GU has lopsided edge in series with OSU

    They’ve played at the Ford Center in Oklahoma City, KeyArena in Seattle, The Milk House in Orlando, McCarthey Athletic Center in Spokane and Gallagher-Iba Arena in Stillwater. Gonzaga and Oklahoma …

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