The Gonzaga women’s basketball team earned two big wins in Northern California last week – big but not convincing, at least as far as Associated Press voters were concerned.
Jill Townsend scored 18 of her 20 points in the first half, Jenn Wirth had a double-double and No. 18 Gonzaga won its 14th straight game, rolling over Saint Mary's 79-52 on Saturday.
In some ways, Gonzaga’s win at Pacific on Thursday night was the best of both worlds.
Nothing is perfect, but the Gonzaga women came awfully close during of the second quarter of Thursday night’s game at Pacific.
Almost halfway through their West Coast Conference schedule, the Gonzaga women are cruising.
The Gonzaga women are beginning to make an impression on Associated Press voters.
The Gonzaga women keep finding more ways to win basketball games.
The Gonzaga women are working on their transition game.
Looking on the bright side, the Gonzaga women’s basketball players just got a head start on the second semester of class.
For the second year in a row, the COVID-19 pandemic will cost the Gonzaga women and Spokane a chance at hosting postseason games, the NCAA all but confirmed Tuesday.
Washington State drops out of Top 25 after making its first ever appearance a week ago.
Capitalizing off of a hot shooting night and an outsized contribution from its bench, Gonzaga women’s basketball topped San Francisco 75-62 in a West Coast Conference game Saturday in San Francisco.