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Gonzaga’s No. 1 ranking pays off for local T-shirt business

Rusty Namie was ready for Gonzaga to reach No. 1. His design was set and approved by the university. He had hired eight extra employees to work the printing machines at his T-shirt printing plant in Spokane Valley. A staggering $70,000 worth of supplies to make new shirts for Gonzaga fans had already been ordered, and it waited inside the walls of Namie’s business, Zome Design.
Sports >  Gonzaga women

Gonzaga women hit record 17 3-pointers in rout of BYU

Gonzaga’s Zhane Templeton pulled back and tossed up her second shot of the game, her toes just beyond the arc. It seemed as though the entire arena held its breath, paused and watched the ball travel from Templeton’s hands to the bottom of the hoop. Then the Kennel erupted. It was Gonzaga's 16th 3-pointer of the night, the shot that broke the school record of 15 3s that the Zags had set earlier in the season against UC Irvine.
Sports >  Gonzaga basketball

Nigel Williams-Goss outduels San Diego’s top scorer

It was a two-man battle at the Kennel for the most points scored in eight minutes. Gonzaga’s top dog won. Gonzaga’s Nigel Williams-Goss outscored Olin Carter, San Diego’s top shooter of the night, in the first eight minutes of the Zags’ 79-43 rout of the Toreros on Thursday.

Whitworth holds off Linfield 87-81 for second NWC win

Whitworth learned just enough from losses to bounce back on Saturday night and beat the Linfield Wildcats 87-81. Saturday’s showing gave the Bucs their second feat in the NWC and their first win on their home court.