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Gonzaga’s Hunter Sallis has been named to the watch list for the Jerry West Award, presented annually to the nation’s top shooting guard. He is the only true freshman on the 20-player list filled with upperclassmen.
Gonzaga’s Hunter Sallis has been named to the watch list for the Jerry West Award, presented annually to the nation’s top shooting guard. He is the only true freshman on the 20-player list filled with upperclassmen.

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Sports >  NCAA basketball

Gonzaga basketball on top in AP Top 25 preseason poll

UPDATED: Mon., Oct. 18, 2021

Gonzaga will begin the college basketball season precisely where it wants to end the season in April. The Zags were voted No. 1 in the preseason Associated Press poll released Monday. Gonzaga received 55 of 63 first-place votes from the media panel. No. 2 UCLA, which faces GU on Nov. 23 in Las Vegas, received the other eight votes.

Sports >  NCAA basketball

‘The sky is the limit’: Gonzaga’s newcomers make strong first impression

UPDATED: Thu., Oct. 14, 2021

After transferring to Gonzaga, Nembhard has had a close-up view of the highest ranked classes in program history – No. 6 in 2020 and No. 3 in 2021. “This one is very special,” Nemhbard said of freshmen Chet Holmgren, Hunter Sallis, Nolan Hickman and Kaden Perry after Kraziness in the Kennel last Saturday. “I’ve been telling my dad when he calls, this is a very talented group that we have this year. The sky is the limit as long as we buy in and mature at a quick rate. I think we’ll do that.”
Sports >  NCAA basketball

Kelly Graves gets close-up view of son Will at Gonzaga’s Kraziness in the Kennel

UPDATED: Mon., Oct. 11, 2021

Kelly Graves sat behind Gonzaga’s bench, roughly a mid-range jumper from the McCarthey Athletic Center sideline he patrolled for 14 years as GU women’s basketball coach. But coaching was the last thing on Graves’ mind Saturday. Graves, now in his eighth season as Oregon’s head coach, was taking advantage of a rare in-person chance to watch his son, Will, a GU senior walk-on.