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Highlights: (6) Gonzaga 74, BYU 54

The sixth-ranked Zags blasted the Cougars 74-54 Tuesday night in Las Vegas to claim their sixth consecutive West Coast Conference Tournament championship. Gonzaga (30-4) reached the 30-win mark for the fourth time in six seasons and made a convincing final argument for a top-four seed in the NCAA Tournament.

Highlights: (6) Gonzaga 88, San Francisco 60

Top-seeded Gonzaga led by as many as 23 in the first half and made quick work of No. 4 San Francisco 88-60 in Las Vegas on Monday, March 5, 2018 to advance to the WCC championship game for the 21st consecutive season.

Highlights: (7) Gonzaga 83, LMU 69

The Gonzaga Bulldogs found their way Saturday by making nearly every shot they attempted in the second half and grabbing nearly every rebound. It added up to an 83-69 victory over the determined Loyola Marymount Lions in Las Vegas that wasn’t as easy as the final score indicated.

Highlights: (6) Gonzaga 79, BYU 65

Gonzaga earned the outright West Coast Conference championship by virtue of an impressive 79-65 win over BYU at the jam-packed Marriott Center on Saturday in Provo, Utah.

Highlights: (6) Gonzaga 77, San Diego 72

Rui Hachimura had 12 of his 16 points in the final 7 minutes as sixth-ranked Gonzaga rallied for a 77-72 victory over San Diego Thursday in front of an announced sell-out crowd of 4,772 at the Jenny Craig Pavilion.

Highlights: (9) Gonzaga 81, Pepperdine 67

Gonzaga’s closing kick fueled a hard-fought 81-67 victory over Pepperdine in front of an appreciative audience of 6,000 at the McCarthey Athletic Center. The victory keeps Gonzaga (25-4, 15-1 WCC) alone in first place heading into next week’s road trip to San Diego and BYU.

Highlights: (9) Gonzaga 76, LMU 46

Johnathan Williams finished with his fifth double-double in as many games to help No. 9 Gonzaga rout Loyola Marymount 76-46 on Thursday in the McCarthey Athletic Center in Spokane.

Highlights: (12) Gonzaga 78, (11) Saint Mary’s 65

Rui Hachimura scored a game-high 23 points as No. 12 Gonzaga jumped out to an early lead and never looked back in a 78-65 victory over 11th-ranked Saint Mary’s on Saturday at the McKeon Pavilion in Moraga, California.

Highlights: (12) Gonzaga 71, Pacific 61

The 12th-ranked Gonzaga Bulldogs won’t hang this one on a museum wall anytime soon, but they were able to brush aside the Tigers 71-61 in front of 3,453 at the Spanos Center in Stockton, California.

Highlights: (14) Gonzaga 68, BYU 60

The 14th-ranked Gonzaga Bulldogs have become late-game specialists, at least in their last three games. They came through in crunch time again to hold off BYU 68-60 in front of a loud gathering of 6,000 Saturday night at the McCarthey Athletic Center.

Highlights: (14) Gonzaga 69, San Diego 59

The Gonzaga Bulldogs are closing out tight contests, a handy trait for any college basketball team, and they demonstrated it again Thursday night, putting away San Diego 69-59 in front of 6,000 at the McCarthey Athletic Center.

Analysis: Up-and-down Gonzaga finishes on high note against USF

Ten great minutes. Ten lousy minutes. Twenty edge-of-your seat minutes. No. 15 Gonzaga showed every side of its basketball personality, both good and bad, but found a way to hold off San Francisco 82-73 in front of 6,000 nervous fans Saturday at the McCarthey Athletic Center.

Highlights: (15) Gonzaga 82, San Francisco 73

No. 15 Gonzaga showed every side of its basketball personality, both good and bad, but found a way to hold off San Francisco 82-73 in front of 6,000 nervous fans Saturday at the McCarthey Athletic Center in Spokane.

EWU 95, UND 71 and (15) Gonzaga 95, Portland 79: Highlights

Gonzaga roughed up Portland for the second time in two weeks. It wasn’t quite the 46-point blowout of two weeks ago in Spokane, but the 15th-ranked Zags were in command from the opening tip in a 95-79 victory Thursday at the Chiles Center.

Analysis: Gonzaga grounds Pilots for second time in two weeks

The rematch was pretty much a replay. Gonzaga roughed up the Portland Pilots for the second time in two weeks. It wasn’t quite the 46-point blowout of two weeks ago in Spokane but the 15th-ranked Zags were in command from the start in a 95-79 victory Thursday at the Chiles Center.