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In the first quarter inside the revamped McCarthey Athletic Center, Jill Barta reminded the hundreds of fans how powerful she is in the post and beyond the arc. Barta finished with 20 points, including a perfect 7 of 7 at the line, to lead her Zags on the white team to a 37-27 win at the Gonzaga women’s FanFest.
The Gonzaga women can’t wait to get this thing going.
Thanksgiving in Las Vegas and a trio of games against regional rivals are the highlights of the upcoming Gonzaga women’s basketball schedule.
Gonzaga will open defense of its West Coast Conference women’s basketball title at Pacific on Dec. 28
Moving swiftly to fill a sudden vacancy, Gonzaga women’s basketball coach Lisa Fortier has signed a junior college shooting guard out of California.
Come Saturday afternoon, Gonzaga will match its transition game against Oklahoma’s forbidding strength in the paint. If only it were that simple.
Gonzaga women’s basketball coach Lisa Fortier doesn’t sweat the small stuff. That includes the uncertainties of the NCAA Tournament.
Get through the quarterfinals. Check. Now Gonzaga has just one more game to cross off the list before getting to the West Coast Conference final.
What a difference two months, not to mention 366 days, made for Jill Barta.
There’s a lot to like about this year’s Gonzaga women’s basketball team, except its RPI.
A day after Gonzaga stomped conference rival BYU in Spokane, the Zags got on a plane and headed to California to hopefully extend their nine-game winning streak in Santa Clara.
Perhaps the rest of the West Coast Conference is out of its depth – at least compared to the Gonzaga women.
Jill Barta scored 27 points with 11 rebounds and Gonzaga had little trouble downing Portland 85-50 on Saturday in West Coast Conference play in Portland.
It was not an easy win Thursday night for the Gonzaga Bulldogs, who defeated Santa Clara 51-39 at the McCarthey Athletic Center.
It isn’t always fair, but expectations don’t change at Gonzaga.
Kiara Kudron is always taking one for the team.
The Gonzaga women have a 9-2 record, some signature wins and a full head of steam heading into West Coast Conference play.
The Gonzaga women had this one wrapped up early, but they got some help.
Before the season began, Gonzaga women’s coach Lisa talked at length about … well, length.
Gonzaga women’s head coach Lisa Fortier has said it again and again this season – each game is a new game and, most importantly, an opportunity to learn.