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A big win came with a nice reward. The Gonzaga women’s basketball team, fresh off Sunday’s 79-73 upset of No. 8 Stanford, made its debut in the AP Top 25 poll released on Monday.
Gonzaga women's basketball hosts Stanford on Sunday at McCarthey Athletic Center.
When Gonzaga hosts No. 8 Stanford on Sunday at 2 p.m., perhaps the biggest cheering section in the Kennel will be for two players for the opposing team.
“I have tended to have too much energy at moments, but now I feel like I’m bringing the right pace,” said Jessie Loera, the quickest player on the team and a fan favorite the past two years as a backup to Laura Stockton.
It may have been their lowest scoring game of the young season, but the Gonzaga women did just enough to win, defeating Colorado State 50-39.
Gonzaga’s women’s basketball team, off to its best start in the Lisa Fortier era, seeks a small bit of revenge Wednesday.
Gonzaga’s women’s basketball team epitomized offensive balance Saturday.
Zykera Rice scored 16 points and Gonzaga topped Rutgers 57-40 in the consolation semifinals of the Vancouver Showcase at the Vancouver (B.C.) Convention Centre on Friday.
Arike Ogunbowale scored 21 points and No. 1 Notre Dame beat Gonzaga 81-65 in the first game of the inaugural Vancouver Showcase. Brianna Turner added 16 points and 10 rebounds.
Playing Notre Dame in the Vancouver Showcase offers the Zags a glance at what is to come following conference play in the NCAA tournament: big-time teams with big-time players.
Gonzaga, which improved to 18-26 against current Mountain West teams, earned a 37-36 advantage on the glass, and outscored the Rebels in the paint, 36-22. The Zags have now outscored opponents in the paint, 138-84.
Gonzaga women’s basketball head coach Lisa Fortier announced the signing of Houston-area standouts Kayleigh and Kaylynne Truong to National Letters of Intent for the 2019-20 season on Wednesday.
Gonzaga women's basketball hosts the Idaho State Bengals at McCarthey Athletic Center in Spokane on Tuesday, Nov. 13, 2018.
Eastern Washington held Gonzaga’s offense in check for about three quarters on Sunday. But the Eagles’ offense didn’t take advantage of the Bulldogs’ early shooting woes, and eventually Gonzaga pulled away in the fourth quarter of a 63-51 victory at Reese Court.
The weaknesses – inconsistent rebounding and some defensive lapses in the second half of Wednesday night’s game against Montana – are all relative. After all, the Zags won 76-52 in a game that wasn’t even that close.
The turning point Wednesday night at the Kennel came when Gonzaga coach Lisa Fortier turned to her bench.
Action from the Gonzaga vs. Montana women's basketball game on Wednesday, Nov. 7, 2018, at the McCarthey Athletic Center in Spokane, Wash.
Action from the Gonzaga vs. Carroll College women's basketball exhibition game on Friday, Nov. 2, 2018, at the McCarthey Athletic Center in Spokane, Wash.
The way Laura Stockton sees it, if she makes some noise this season, so will Gonzaga.
The Zags are going for their third straight West Coast Conference regular-season and tournament titles, and they have just the personnel to do it.