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GU-Stanford game sold out, but on SWX

Tickets for Sunday’s Gonzaga University women’s basketball game versus No. 3 Stanford University are sold out. The Bulldogs host the 2010 NCAA tournament runners-up at 2 p.m. at the McCarthey Athletic Center Sunday. The game will be televised locally on SWX and can also be heard on 1050-AM. The only other Zags women’s home game to sell out was their 77-58 loss to Tennessee on Dec. 30, 2008 at McCarthey. Also, GU announced that Sonja Greinacher, a 6-4 post from Essen, Germany, has signed a letter of intent. “Sonja is one of finest and most decorated players in Europe,” GU coach Kelly Graves. “I am amazed at her skill set for someone of her size – she could play one of four positions on the floor. She is an athletic rebounder with the ability to finish anything around the rim. She has an amazing court sense and her ability to pass the ball is as good as I’ve seen in a post player in a long time. Sunny, as she goes by, possesses all the intangibles it takes to be a great leader, a great teammate, and a great Zag.” Greinacher played for the German U18 National Team the last two years. She averaged 14.0 points and nearly 11.0 rebounds in this year’s European Championships.
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