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If you’ve ever been to one of the conference tournament games in Las Vegas to watch the Zags play during the past decade or so, you’ve almost certainly heard Stacey Fott.
The leader of the Zags has been known to come to the West Coast Conference rally in various wild outfits – like showing up last year in a full Gonzaga men’s basketball uniform – but this one was a little different.
The Gonzaga Bulldogs had previously won 6 straight WCC Tournament Championships until they fell to Saint Mary's on Tuesday night, 60-47.
Gonzaga and Saint Mary’s resume what’s become essentially an annual March rite when they clash Tuesday night for the WCC Tournament championship at the Orleans Arena.
Killian Tillie returned to the court for the first time since Feb. 7 and promptly hit a 3-pointer in an arena where he can’t seem to miss from distance.
Anyone have the guts to get this wager down before tipoff Monday night? Killian Tillie, tournament MVP.
The duties vary for Kispert, but the forward’s job Monday night was taking nine shots from the field, scoring 11 points, snatching five rebounds and playing blue-collar defense throughout Gonzaga’s 100-74 rout of Pepperdine in the semifinal game of the WCC Tournament.
Key moment, offensive MVP and defensive MVP from Gonzaga’s 100-74 victory over Waves in the semifinals of the WCC Tournament in Las Vegas.
Dick Vitale is enamored with GU’s penchant for sharing the ball and how that leads to togetherness throughout the game.
Key moment, offensive MVP and defensive MVP from Gonzaga’s 78-77 victory over Saint Mary’s in the semifinals of the WCC Tournament in Las Vegas.
There will be motivation aplenty for Gonzaga and BYU in Tuesday’s West Coast Conference title game.
Mark Few didn’t wait long to bring Killian Tillie off Gonzaga’s bench and Tillie didn’t wait long to leave his print on Monday’s WCC Tournament semifinal against Pepperdine.
Their gruesome falls to the court and the injuries that forced them to hobble out of Orleans Arena on crutches after the Monday afternoon women’s semifinals of the West Coast Conference basketball tournament defined both the day and the soul of the Zags in their 79-78 victory. And define the day after, too.
Zykera Rice hit a layup as time expired and top-seeded Gonzaga held off fourth-seeded Saint Mary’s 78-77 in a double-overtime thriller in the semifinals of the WCC Tournament on Monday at the Orleans Arena.
The only type of nightmare that could rival losing a meaningful game in March played out for the top-seeded Gonzaga women Monday afternoon at the Orleans Arena. Twice.
Gonzaga is No. 1 just about everywhere you look.
The Gonzaga Bulldogs defeated the Pepperdine Waves, 100-74 to advance to the WCC Championship game.
The Gonzaga Women beat Saint Mary's in the WCC Semifinals, 78-77 to advance to the conference championship game on Tuesday.
The Gonzaga Bulldogs are off to the WCC Championship game after defeating Saint Mary's in 2OT and losing two key players in Laura Stockton and Jill Townsend.