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Gonzaga junior wing Corey Kispert was named WCC player of the week after averaging 17.5 points in two victories last week.
Gonzaga’s four-week run at the top of the AP college basketball poll is over.
The most impressive thing about the Zags’ 20-1 start is how they’ve navigated every injury roadblock and continued to play at a high level.
Gonzaga has seen way too many of these this season: Another painful victory.
Yoeli Childs took the floor during warmups looking the part of someone who was going to play Saturday night, only to occupy one of the first three seats on the BYU bench for the entirety of Gonzaga’s 92-69 victory at the McCarthey Athletic Center.
Offensive MVP, defensive MVP and key matchup from Gonzaga’s 92-69 win at the McCarthey Athletic Center.
Gonzaga’s frontcourt absorbed another blow Saturday when sophomore forward Filip Petrusev went down with lower right leg injury in the second half against BYU.
Killian Tillie scored 22 points and grabbed 10 rebounds to help the Gonzaga Bulldogs power past the BYU Cougars, 92-69, Saturday night at McCarthey Athletic Center in a game that saw GU’s top scorer Filip Petrusev leave with an injury.
It’s rarely boring when BYU makes its annual visit to the McCarthey Athletic Center.
Senior guards TJ Haws and Jake Toolson are next in line, but we’ll go with Jake Toolson, a grad transfer from Utah Valley who played at BYU as a freshman.
Gonzaga leads the nation in scoring, so nights like Thursday’s 104-54 blowout over visiting Santa Clara are hardly uncommon. But even by the top-ranked Bulldogs’ lofty standards, they flat-out put on a show offensively in the opening half.
Offensive MVP, defensive MVP and key moment from Gonzaga’s 104-54 win at the McCarthey Athletic Center.