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Halfway through the West Coast Conference season, the Gonzaga women have seen every team and know them well. Or do they?
Pacific was doing what it could to keep it competitive and frustrate Gonzaga. The Tigers ran time off the shot clock, hit just enough shots and did a nice job of clamping down on Gonzaga’s inside game.
The Pacific Tigers seemed to have one goal Thursday night – and it may not have been to come home with a win.
Key moment, offensive MVP and defensive MVP from Gonzaga’s 67-36 victory over Pacific at the McCarthey Athletic Center
Josh Perkins scored 14 points and added six assists as No. 5 Gonzaga used lock-down defense to thump Pacific 67-36 on Thursday at the McCarthey Athletic Center.
SWX's Taylor Brooks wraps up Gonzaga's 67-36 victory, including a great defensive effort that saw the Zags force 22 turnovers.
Gonzaga never trailed and forced 22 turnovers while just allowing 12 field goals in a 67-36 WCC victory over Pacific.
Gonzaga’s last non-BYU/SMC setback was to San Diego, 69-66, on Feb. 22, 2014, at the Jenny Craig Pavilion. The Zags, including the WCC Tournament, have gone 84-6 since losing to the Toreros, including 18-6 vs. BYU/SMC and 66-0 against the rest of the conference.
Senior guard Roberto Gallinat doesn’t start and doesn’t play the most minutes, but he still leads Pacific in scoring.
The Gonzaga women were tested in so many different ways Saturday, but responded with grit, power and waves of energy from the bench in an 88-65 win over Pacific.
Austin Pinorini’s two-run homer in the eighth gave Gonzaga the lead for good, and the Bulldogs (17-16, 8-6) defeated the Pacific Tigers 5-2 in West Coast Conference baseball play Saturday
Keaton Glover’s two-run single in the second inning Friday provided all the offense Pacific (14-18, 5-8) needed for a 2-1 win over Gonzaga (16-16, 7-6) to open a three-game West Coast Conference baseball series.
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.
Gonzaga had another lengthy dry spell offensively, and those have been popping up with more frequency in the last few weeks. Good thing the Zags had company Thursday night.
The key moment, offensive player of the game and defensive player of the game from Gonzaga’s 71-61 win over Pacific on Thursday, Feb. 8, 2018.
The Gonzaga women reached a few milestones Thursday night. They also shed an annoying millstone – namely the Pacific Tigers, 90-66, before an appreciative crowd at the McCarthey Athletic Center.
Killian Tillie scored 21 points and pulled down 10 rebounds as No. 12 Gonzaga overcame a sluggish second half to top Pacific 71-61 on Thursday at the Alex G. Spanos Center.
If Gonzaga plans on hoisting its 17th WCC regular-season title trophy in 18 seasons, it’ll have to do the heavy lifting on the road.
Junior guard Miles Reynolds has been Pacific’s hottest player. The 6-foot-2, 170-pounder from Chicago shares scoring honors with Roberto Gallinat at 13.0 points per game, but Reynolds has bumped his average to a team-high 14.3 in WCC games.
Gonzaga began the West Coast Conference women’s basketball season with a bang on Thursday as five players scored in double figures during a 99-72 win over host Pacific.