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The Gonzaga women moved up three spots to 13th in this week’s Associated Press poll, just one notch below the program high of last year’s team.
Katie Campbell scored 13 points with three 3-pointers and Gonzaga beat San Francisco 69-46 for its 16th straight win on Saturday.
Currently 16th in the Associated Press, the Zags will certainly move up after No. 12 Texas A&M, No. 13 Florida State and No. 15 Indiana lost on Thursday night.
Jill Townsend scored 13 points and grabbed a career-high 12 rebounds for her second career double-double and No. 16 Gonzaga cruised to its 15th straight victory 67-52 over Santa Clara
Asked on Tuesday about all the upsets last weekend in women’s basketball, Gonzaga coach Lisa Fortier was both hopeful and cautious.
Katie Campbell added 15 points for the Bulldogs (16-1, 5-0 WCC), including going 3 of 8 from 3-point range.
Fortunately, Coach Lisa Fortier didn’t get too caught up in the euphoria of Gonzaga’s emphatic win over Saint Mary’s on Thursday night.
Surely, the coaches will find a few things to nitpick from Gonzaga’s resounding 74-49 win over Saint Mary’s on Thursday night.
Now that the Gonzaga women have dispatched BYU, it’s time for the real rivalry game: Saint Mary’s, which visits the McCarthey Center on Thursday night
The Gonzaga women have moved up another notch in the Associated Press poll by taking care of business while other teams didn’t. The Zags are 16th this week, thanks to road wins over BYU and San Diego, but also because Maryland got thumped by unranked Northwestern by 23 points.
Jessie Loera scored 13 points and dished out seven assists to lead the No. 17 Gonzaga women past San Diego 57-42 on Saturday at the Jenny Craig Pavilion.
The big game all but won, Gonzaga women’s basketball coach Lisa Fortier was still looking at the little things.
Katie Campbell scored 11 points and freshman guard Kayleigh Truong added 10 as No. 17 Gonzaga used a late surge to pull away from BYU 55-43 Thursday at the Marriott Center.
The Gonzaga women won 29 games last year and lost only five, but three of those defeats came at the hands of West Coast Conference rival BYU.
For Gonzaga head coach Lisa Fortier, the best takeaway from Sunday’s narrow escape against Portland came in the film room.
For the Gonzaga women’s basketball program this past decade, the ride never stopped.
Jill Townsend led the 17th-ranked Gonzaga women out of a 20-point hole to a 62-57 win over Portland in their WCC opener.
For the second straight year, the Zags have a shot at hosting first- and second-round games in the NCAA Tournament.
Moments after their biggest win of the season Friday night, the Gonzaga women got a surprise pep talk from someone who already knows how to hit the heights. “We didn’t even know she was an astronaut,” Gonzaga guard Katie Campbell said after meeting Lt Col Anne McClain, a Spokane native who’s been on three space missions. Added Campbell: “She had a lot of wisdom for us.”
Beating the 20th-ranked Lady Bears will also come in handy on Selection Monday, when the Zags will be angling for a high seed and potentially home court for the first two rounds of the NCAA Tournament.