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Zags notebook: Future games with Huskies still being worked out

Much has been made about the renewal of the Gonzaga-Washington basketball rivalry next season, but details of the four-game set still haven’t been finalized. Read more

Zags leash Huskies 80-64

Gonzaga and Washington renewed acquaintances Wednesday and it looked a lot like it did before the series broke off nine years ago. The Zags cruised, 80-64, over the young, talented Huskies in the Battle 4 Atlantis. Here’s my game story. I also wrote a notebook,… Read more

Zags, Huskies renew rivalry long way from home

Gonzaga and Washington will renew their rivalry Wednesday … roughly 2,600 miles from Spokane, 2,900 miles from Seattle … with a breakfast special 9 a.m. PST tip time (noon in the Bahamas). It’s not how either program drew it up. The matchup and time came… Read more

Battle 4 Atlantis: Gonzaga slides back into action against Washington

If the topic was 7-foot-1, 287-pound Przemek Karnowski’s ride on the Leap of Faith water slide encased in a clear tube through shark infested waters, the play-by-play was on point. Read more

Gonzaga’s Domantas Sabonis named WCC player of week

Sophomore forward Domantas Sabonis was named the WCC player of the week after a pair of impressive performances in two Gonzaga wins, league officials announced Monday. Read more

Freshmen help Gonzaga women rally past West Virginia

Laura Stockton and Jill Barta each scored 14 points off the bench, starters Elle Tinkle and Shelby Cheslek added 12 and 10 points each and Kiara Kudrow grabbed 13 rebounds as Gonzaga held off West Virginia, 62-57, on Sunday. Read more

Zags rout Mount St. Mary’s

Gonzaga’s final tune-up for the Battle 4 Atlantis went about as expected as the Zags roughed up visiting Mount St. Mary’s 101-56 Saturday in what actually served as a preliminary round of the Bahamas tournament — as did Washington’s rout of Mount St. Mary’s on… Read more

Gonzaga women play West Virginia

Gonzaga women play West Virginia at home in the McCarthey Athletic Center, Sunday, Nov. 22, 2015. The Zags won the game 62-57 Read more

Zags sign Japanese forward Rui Hachimura

Japanese forward Rui Hachimura has signed a letter of intent, sources confirmed. first reported Hachimura’s commitment. Read more

Gonzaga men focused on own issues, not opponent

At the time, minutes after Gonzaga had pummeled Northern Arizona 91-52 on Thursday, head coach Mark Few didn’t know much about Mount St. Mary’s. Read more

Day after Northern Arizona

Back with my day-after post from Gonzaga’s 91-52 victory over Northern Arizona on Wednesday. The links: My game story, Dan Pelle’s photo gallery (some have suggested his pictures are a tad bit better than the failed camera-phone snap from 25 rows up on press row… Read more

Sabonis spurs GU’s rout of NAU

Domantas Sabonis displayed his usual power moves inside and relentless work on the boards, but he also showed off a mid-range jump shot and couple of 1-2 dribble moves en route to a career-high 26 points in Gonzaga’s 91-52 rout over Northern Arizona on Wednesday…. Read more

Domantas Sabonis leads way as Zags cruise past NAU

Sophomore forward Domantas Sabonis scored a career-high 26 points, leading Gonzaga to an easy 91-52 victory over Northern Arizona on Wednesday at the McCarthey Athletic Center. Read more

Zags back on court, this time safely at home

Gonzaga has gone from playing in one of the first college basketball games of the season to being one of the last to officially start. Read more

Cardinal pulls away from Gonzaga in final minutes

If Gonzaga women’s basketball fans were looking at Sunday’s game against Stanford as a measuring stick, the Bulldogs met them almost 90 percent of the way. Read more

Stanford defeats GU women

Gonzaga women face off against Stanford at home in the McCarthey Athletic Center, Sunday, Nov. 15, 2015. Stanford won the game 65-47. Read more

GU, Pitt called off due to unsafe court conditions

Gonzaga’s season opener didn’t last long. One half, to be exact. Playing in the Armed Forces Classic in Okinawa, Japan, unsafe court conditions prompted game officials to call the contest off prior to the start of the second half. Pitt led 37-35 after the first… Read more

Zags’ season opener arrives

There’s only one chance annually to write this: It’s the first game day of the season for Gonzaga. Here’s my GU-Pitt preview and one in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. The Zags tapped into the international recruiting well again, landing Denmark’s Jacob Larsen. No official update on… Read more

For traveling Zags, it’s time to play basketball

When opening the college basketball season nearly 6,000 miles from home at U.S. Marine Corps Base Camp Butler in Okinawa, Japan, Xs and Os share time with the bigger picture. Read more

Larsen joins Gonzaga’s 2016 class

The Gonzaga Bulldogs, who take a global approach to recruiting, found the newest member of their 2016 recruiting class in Denmark. Jacob Larsen, a 6-10, 235-pound center, has joined a talented recruiting class alongside Zach Collins, Killian Tillie and Zach Norvell. More on GU’s latest… Read more

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