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Luke Meikle will leave Gonzaga men’s basketball team

Basketball: Luke Meikle, who saw limited playing time during his freshman season, is leaving the program, Gonzaga announced. The 6-foot-9, 203-pound Meikle is the second Bulldog to exit the program, joining wing Gerard Coleman. Meikle, a product of Bellarmine Prep in Tacoma, would be required to sit out next season if he transfers to another Division I school. Read more

Meikle leaving Gonzaga

Luke Meikle, who rarely saw the court as a freshman, won't return for his sophomore season. Gonzaga announced on…

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Zags pick up Wesley, Trojans’ leading scorer

Byron Wesley, a 6-foot-5 wing who led USC in scoring and rebounding last year, will play his senior season for the Gonzaga Bulldogs. The addition of Wesley is another important piece for the 2014-15 Zags, who return numerous proven players, bring in four recruits and welcome forward Kyle Wiltjer into the mix after a redshirt season. Read more

USC’s Wesley transferring to Gonzaga

Byron Wesley, a 6-foot-5 wing who led USC in scoring and rebounding last year, will play his senior season for the Gonzaga Bulldogs. Read more

Wesley transferring to Gonzaga

Gonzaga landed another key addition to its promising 2014-15 roster. USC transfer Byron Wesley announced Sunday he'll join the…

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Coleman leaving Bulldogs

Gerard Coleman, a transfer from Providence who played last season at Gonzaga, is transferring elsewhere for his senior basketball season, Bulldogs coach Mark Few said. Coleman’s playing time diminished as the season progressed. The 6-foot-4 wing scored in double figures in five of GU’s first nine games, including a season-high 21 points in a home win over New Mexico State. He reached double figures just once in his last 16 appearances for the Bulldogs. Read more

Gerard Coleman leaving Gonzaga

Gerard Coleman, a Providence transfer who played last season at Gonzaga, is transferring elsewhere for his senior season, Bulldogs coach…

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Gerard Coleman leaving Gonzaga

Gerard Coleman, a Providence transfer who played last season at Gonzaga, is transferring elsewhere for his senior season, Bulldogs coach Mark Few said. Read more

Cougar fans snarling

Damn, you’d have thought a tailgate guest at Washington State had confessed a preference for Velveeta on his cracker over Cougar Gold. Outrage has been in overdrive in Crimsonia since it dribbled out in Gonzaga’s student newspaper this week that next season’s Bulldogs-Cougars basketball game will be played in downtown Spokane. Read more

Domantas Sabonis signs letter of intent with Gonzaga

Gonzaga has added another big piece to its recruiting class with the signing of 6-foot-10 forward Domantas Sabonis, the 17-year-old son of former NBA center Arvydas Sabonis. The Bulldogs on Thursday announced Sabonis has signed a letter of intent. He joins a strong incoming class with guards Josh Perkins, Silas Melson and Bryan Alberts. Read more

Former Gonzaga standout Matt Bouldin plays key role for Fort Wayne Mad Ants

FORT WAYNE, Ind. – The Fort Wayne Mad Ants have so many good players that it might be easy to forget Matt Bouldin. They have so many guards, especially, that the same might hold true. Read more

WSU to play Gonzaga in Spokane next season

From Pullman — Football practice meant that I couldn't get this blog post up until now, but earlier I tweeted…

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Sabonis signs with Gonzaga

Domantas Sabonis, the 17-year-old son of former Portland Trail Blazer center Arvydas Sabonis, has signed with Gonzaga. Article here.

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Zags have strong crew returning

The college basketball season ended last night with UConn winning the national title over Kentucky. Gonzaga's season ended March…

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Zags have good nucleus coming back

Gonzaga seniors were coming to grips with the end of their basketball careers in the locker room at Viejas Arena in San Diego following an NCAA tournament loss to Arizona. Drew Barham went from answering retrospective questions to an inquiry about the Bulldogs’ future. Read more

Zags have good nucleus coming back

Gonzaga seniors were coming to grips with the end of their basketball careers in the locker room at Viejas Arena in San Diego following an NCAA tournament loss to Arizona. Drew Barham went from answering retrospective questions to an inquiry about the Bulldogs’ future. “They’re going to be good,” Barham said. “They have a lot of guys coming back and a lot of pieces coming in.” Read more

Former Zags star Sacre upbeat despite Lakers’ awful season

It’s easy to understand why former Gonzaga University star Robert Sacre is overlooked, even though he’s one of only four Lakers under contract after June. Read more

Bulldogs make it easy for Wildcats

SAN DIEGO – It began smoothly enough with post-up baskets by Przemek Karnowski and Sam Dower Jr. on Gonzaga’s first two possessions. But the mistakes came next and Gonzaga couldn’t stem the flood of turnovers. Each one, a pass into traffic, a fumble on the perimeter, put Arizona into overdrive toward the other end of the court. Read more

Gonzaga women lose to JMU in first round

COLLEGE STATION, Texas – After years of fighting to join the women’s basketball elite, Gonzaga locked horns Sunday with a hungry James Madison program that beat the team it wants to become. The 11th-seeded Dukes fended off a second-half GU rally and beat the sixth-seeded Bulldogs 72-63 to hand Gonzaga an early exit from the NCAA tournament. Read more

Rebuilding year ends in blowout

SAN DIEGO – Once Kentucky, those gritty underdogs, siphoned off the day’s 8-vs.-1 karma, there almost didn’t seem to be a point to tee it up here Sunday evening. But who’d have presumed that they drained the tank? Read more