When the Gonzaga women walked into the makeshift weight training facility set up in San Antonio, they, like most of their peers competing in this week's NCAA Tournament, were appalled to see 12 dumbbells resting on a single rack in the middle of a warehouse-sized ballroom.
“Go Gonzaga, G-O-N-Z-A-G-A …”
Whether it’s the next game or the next season, the future looks a lot brighter for the Gonzaga women.
They’re only a 12 seed in the NCAA Women’s Tournament, but the Belmont Bruins have long ago moved past the happy-to-be-her stage.
For the first time in program history, two Gonzaga women have been named Honorable Mention All-Americans by the Associated Press.
If you're a college basketball fan in the Inland Northwest, it's more than likely you'll have a dog in the fight when the NCAA Tournament begins later this week.
The Gonzaga women may be one of the hottest teams in the country, but so are the Belmont Bruins.
The Gonzaga women have known for months they would be heading to San Antonio for the women's NCAA Tournament.
The Gonzaga women – the program as well as this year’s team – earned some more national respect.
For the third year in a row, the Gonzaga women will experience a Selection Monday that’s anything but normal.
By Wednesday afternoon, all was well with the Gonzaga women’s basketball program.
When Gonzaga needed someone to step up, Yvonne Ejim raised her hand.