Finally, the Gonzaga women can look ahead to Stanford.
McKayla Williams, a four-star recruit from Los Angeles who gave an oral commitment last summer to play for Gonzaga, has made it official.
No matter how this season turns out for the Tennessee Martin women’s basketball team, the Skyhawks aren’t afraid of a challenge.
Looking for an early trend in the Gonzaga women’s basketball season? The Zags like to share the ball – a lot.
Long before tipoff Sunday afternoon, Jenn and LeeAnne Wirth wore big smiles, ear-to-ear and full of anticipation. For the first time since high school, they were in the starting lineup together. The smiles only grew from there during Gonzaga’s 92-48 season-opening win over Cal State Bakersfield. By game’s end the junior forwards had combined for 31 points and eight rebounds. The operative word is “combined.”
The Gonzaga coaching staff will be doing some cramming this weekend.
Mention the word “project” around Gonzaga women’s assistant basketball coach Craig Fortier and you’ll get a friendly lecture on the dangers of jumping to early conclusions.
By every measure, last year’s Gonzaga women’s basketball team had the best nonconference season you could hope for.
It was a little too quiet Monday afternoon as the Gonzaga women warmed up for practice in the Volkar Center. The Zags were two days removed from a 60-point exhibition win over Warner Pacific but a long way from the real thing.
The Gonzaga women made every minute count Saturday afternoon.
According to Gonzaga women’s basketball coach Lisa Fortier, one of the best things about foreign athletes is that they don’t know the difference between a mid-major and a drum major.
On so many levels, this will be quite a homecoming for Matt Gregg.