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The Gonzaga women will face six teams that were part of the 2021 NCAA Tournament as part of a nonconference schedule announced Friday afternoon.
The pieces are finally coming together for what could be a reasonably normal women’s basketball season at Gonzaga.
Jill Townsend is just one of a burgeoning number of former Zag women’s players that found new homes in Europe and beyond over the offseason.
Even championship teams eventually need to retool.
The Gonzaga women will open the West Coast Conference portion of their schedule at home against San Francisco on Dec. 30, the conference announced Wednesday.
An independent report has confirmed what women basketball players from Gonzaga and Washington have known for months: The NCAA has a lot to learn about equity.
Jenn and LeeAnne Wirth are usually on the same page when they have a basketball in their hands.
A first-year head coach faces many unfamiliar circumstances as they go about learning the intricacies of the job. The adjustment period is hard enough on its own.
Former Gonzaga basketball star Katie Campbell still dreams of playing in the pros, but she’s had another tough break and could use an assist.
What better place for a basketball-centric workout than under the U.S. Pavilion in Riverfront Park with Hoopfest leading the charge?
Bree Salenbien may not be completely confident in her pronunciation yet, but the five-star recruit is confident that it’s the right school for her. And that’s what matters.
Maud Huijbens, a 6-foot-5 forward from Syracuse, has signed with Gonzaga, the team announced Friday.