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HIGHLIGHTS: Gonzaga vs. BYU Women’s Basketball

Tonight was a rough night at the Kennel. The Zags took on their rivals, the BYU Cougars. After a few rough quarters, the Bulldogs walked away with another victory and a few unfortunate injuries. Katie Campbell led the Zags with 17 points and five steals. FINAL: 59-44

Admon Gilder, Killian Tillie healing up for Zags, and it shows on court

Senior forward Killian Tillie is the most experienced Zag with 99 career games. Senior guard Admon Gilder has the most collegiate experience with 119 career contests – 98 at Texas A&M, his previous address. They’re playing like it. More importantly, they’re playing like a pair that have taken major strides physically, something that was missing mid-season.

Highlights: Gonzaga 92, BYU 69

Killian Tillie scored 22 points and grabbed 10 rebounds to help the Gonzaga Bulldogs power past the BYU Cougars 92-69 Saturday night at McCarthey Athletic Center in a game that saw GU’s top scorer, Filip Petrusev, leave with an injury.

WCC roundup: Jordan Ford helps Saint Mary’s hold off BYU

Jordan Ford scored 24 points, and Tanner Krebs added four of his 10 points from the free-throw line late to help Saint Mary’s hold off BYU for an 87-84 overtime victory Thursday in Moraga, California. Malki Fitts (17 points) and Dan Fotu (16) also finished in double figures for the Gaels (15-3, 2-1 WCC).