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Sports >  Gonzaga women

Gonzaga women shut down Pacific 91-59 in WCC opener

UPDATED: Fri., March 3, 2017

The Gonzaga women ran out on the Orleans Arena court Friday afternoon with a few chips on their shoulders. For one, the Zags were not going to let this opening matchup slip through their fingers like it did in last year’s West Coast Conference tournament, when the Zags fell to Santa Clara.
Sports >  Gonzaga basketball

Motivated by memory

UPDATED: Fri., March 3, 2017

The Gonzaga women haven’t forgotten what happened the last time they visited the Orleans Arena. Last March, the Zags fell to Santa Clara in their first game of the West Coast Conference tournament in Las Vegas. It was the second year in a row that Gonzaga had not at least reached the conference championship after making it to the final game for eight straight years.
Sports >  Gonzaga basketball

Everything is cooking in the Kennel kitchen

When ESPN’s College GameDay visited Moraga, California, on Jan. 11 to watch the Zags shut down Saint Mary’s, the broadcasters took a slight detour from the game to discuss what keeps Gonzaga’s big man so big. Specifically, what Przemek Karnowski likes to eat.
Sports >  Gonzaga women

BYU last regular-season stop for WCC champion Gonzaga women

Although the Gonzaga women’s basketball team has clinched the regular-season championship in the WCC, there is one more stop to make before heading to Las Vegas next week for the WCC conference tournament. The Bulldogs head to Provo, Utah, and will face BYU on Saturday in their final game of the regular season.
Sports >  Gonzaga basketball

Gonzaga women rally on Senior Night, secure WCC title

The excitement built up from the majority of wins throughout the regular season doesn’t usually linger for long. Sure, the Zags celebrate and they congratulate each other, but there’s no relishing the moment. By the time the clock runs out, they’re already focusing on the next game.