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.
Only three weeks after the end of the season, the Gonzaga women are looking ahead to the next one.
There’s a decent chance that one or two former Gonzaga players will hear their names called in Thursday’s WNBA draft.
Townsend, the West Coast Conference Player of the Year is 2019-20, is a two-time first-team all-WCC selection.
The ending seemed rather unfair, given all that the Gonzaga women had endured this year.
Stack, who lives near Indianapolis, set the former Gonzaga women's scoring record as a senior during the 1984-1985 season, totaling 707 points to go with 203 assists and 96 steals.
The basketball season began tenuously under the cloud of the pandemic, but begin it did, feeding Townsend’s dream to get back to the tournament for the first time in 3 years.