UPDATED: Fri., Oct. 16, 2020
Gonzaga women’s basketball coach Lisa Fortier is a reflection of her team – confident but not cocky, especially in the face of a pandemic.
The first question of Monday’s virtual press conference hadn’t yet been asked, but Lisa Fortier saw it coming.
College basketball takes another step forward Wednesday with men’s and women’s teams holding their first official practices.
For the fourth time in five seasons, the Gonzaga women’s basketball team will open the West Coast Conference schedule on the road.
For the second straight year, Courtney Vandersloot is a first-team All-WNBA player.
After an offseason like no other, the Gonzaga women know only one thing for sure: There will be basketball this season.
Gonzaga’s athletic department, facing financial strains caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, is asking men’s and women’s basketball season ticket holders for their help but not requiring it to retain their tickets down the road.
The NCAA Division I Council provided some much-needed direction for the upcoming basketball season, setting Nov. 25 as the starting date for men’s and women’s games.
Courtney Vandersloot got a little help to record her 220th assist of the season, making her the first player in WNBA history to average 10 assists a game.
Nearly two weeks after pegging Nov. 25 for opening day, oversight committees for men’s and women’s basketball Friday adjusted to move up the timeline to Nov. 21, according to Stadium and CBSSports.com.
She’s been hired as an assistant coach for the Santa Barbara City College men’s team, adding her name to an extremely short list of women on a men’s college basketball program coaching staff.
Matt Meyer has spent a lot of time in virtual meetings the past five months.
BRADENTON, Fla. – It was a record-breaking night for Courtney Vandersloot.