Gonzaga men struggle but get past Cal Poly

SEATTLE – There’s a good chance Gonzaga, should it go on to earn a high seed in the NCAA tournament, will be back at KeyArena for the early rounds in roughly three months. Perhaps the Zags worked out some kinks here Saturday, overcoming game-long turnovers … Read more

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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. Read more

Former Zags Josh Heytvelt, Ira Brown reunite in Japan

Ira Brown has played basketball professionally in Mexico, Argentina, the Philippines and on the USA 3-on-3 team. Josh Heytvelt has had stints in Turkey sandwiched around stops in Italy and Croatia. Read more

Gonzaga gets a finals-week breather with rout over Texas Southern

Coming off a three-game stretch against Pac-12 opponents and facing the outset of finals week, Gonzaga picked the right time for a relatively stress-free men’s basketball game. The eighth-ranked Bulldogs tinkered with lineup combinations, avoided any kind of letdown and sent fans home with a voucher for a free taco in a 94-54 rout over Texas Southern at the McCarthey Athletic Center on Monday. Read more

Gonzaga rolls past Texas Southern

Coming off a three-game stretch against Pac-12 opponents and facing the outset of Finals Week, Gonzaga picked the right time for a relatively stress-free game. Read more

Gonzaga’s big men do the heavy lifting in 87-74 men’s basketball victory at UCLA

LOS ANGELES – Gonzaga’s guards entered the season regarded among the best in college basketball. The frontcourt is making a strong in-season push for some recognition. Gonzaga’s frontcourt dominated for the second straight game and wing Byron Wesley enjoyed a 20-point night in his return home as the Bulldogs handled UCLA 87-74 in front of 10,006 Saturday at Pauley Pavilion. Read more

Zags’ tough schedule continues to highlight supreme venues

LOS ANGELES – Gonzaga has its customary slate of quality nonconference games, but that’s surpassed by something else this season: the venues. The Zags’ last three road trips have been to Madison Square Garden, which bills itself as “The World’s Most Famous Arena;” refurbished McKale Center, a sea of red and noise and site of Arizona’s 27-game home winning streak; and Pauley Pavilion, where 11 national championship banners hang in the rafters. Read more

Another ‘pretty cool’ venue for Zags

Gonzaga has its customary slate of quality non-conference games but they’re surpassed by something else this season: The venues. Read more

Gonzaga defeats WSU 81-66

Przemek Karnowski tied a career high with 22 points and No. 9 Gonzaga beat Washington State 81-66, Wednesday, Dec. 10, 2014, at the Arena. Read more

WSU women defeat Gonzaga 59-58

WSU defeats Gonzaga 59-58 at the McCarthey Athletic Center, Tuesday, Dec. 9, 2014. Read more

It may be mismatch, but Zags not taking Cougars lightly

Gonzaga junior center Przemek Karnowski is from Poland but his Spokane circle of friends have relayed the significance of the GU-Washington State game. Read more

Sabonis makes gym second home

Media day was on Monday and I put together a notebook that ran in today’s S-R. The first topic was Domas Sabonis … Read more

Gonzaga freshman Domas Sabonis can be found after hours in the gym

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. No, it’s not in front of the TV or playing video games. It would be at the McCarthey Athletic Center, 801 N. Cincinnati St. It’s essentially Sabonis’ second address. Read more

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. Read more

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 and the teams combined to go 1 for 27 to start the game. After the Bulldogs (5-2) held the Vikings to 12 first-half points, they got the offense rolling in the second half to keep Portland State (1-6) from ever making it a game. Read more

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. Read more

Day after Arizona

Measured against the 23-point blowout loss to Arizona in last year’s NCAA tournament, Gonzaga has clearly gained g… Read more