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Destanni Henderson scored a career-high 23 points and Zia Cooke added 16 to help No. 1 South Carolina top 21st-ranked Gonzaga 79-72 in the Bad Boy Mowers Crossover Classic
Gonzaga women’s basketball is continuing to build for the future in the frontcourt.
Bree Salenbien, a five-star recruit and a three-time Michigan Player of the Year, gave her oral commitment Tuesday to play at Gonzaga.
Abby O’Connor, a versatile 6-foot wing who led Loyola of Chicago in scoring and rebounding the past two seasons, signed Wednesday to play for Gonzaga.
One month after making some history on the basketball court, Gonzaga’s Katie Campbell and Jenn Wirth are doing the same in the classroom.
In these uncertain times, it doesn’t seem too far-fetched to visit a classic after checking in with former Gonzaga basketball star Courtney Vandersloot. “It was the best of times, it was the worst of times ...”
Abby O’Connor, a 6-foot wing who led Loyola University in scoring and rebounding the past two seasons, has given an oral commitment to play for Gonzaga.
Payton Muma, a 5-foot-8 point guard from Colorado, gave her oral commitment Friday to play basketball at Gonzaga beginning in the fall of 2021.
With all that’s happened in the college basketball world in the last two weeks, perhaps it’s better to look ahead to next year.
In a normal world, the Gonzaga women would be practicing in anticipation of this weekend’s first-round NCAA Tournament game in Spokane.
Esther Little, an athletic forward with several years of international experience, is Gonzaga’s first verbal commit of the class of 2021.
The Bulldogs (28-3) climbed as high as No. 11 in the poll earlier this season and reached No. 10 in the USA Today coaches poll.
Lisa Fortier got the news Thursday afternoon, the final blow in a tough week for Gonzaga women’s basketball. Three days after a one-point loss to Portland in the semifinals of the West Coast Conference tournament, the coronavirus crisis dealt the Zags an even bigger hit.
The sun did come up Tuesday morning in Southern Nevada, though it was hidden by clouds as heavy as the ones surrounding Gonzaga’s chances of hosting NCAA Tournament games next week.
It all seemed so easy, like an extension of warm-ups but with a lot more cheering.
For the second year in a row, the Gonzaga women must find a way to bounce back from adversity.
Offensive MVP, defensive MVP and key moment from Portland’s 70-69 win at the Orleans Arena in Las Vegas.
What happened in the first quarter only played a small role in the final result and after Gonzaga sputtered in the second and third, the Bulldogs put themselves in a challenging position to start the fourth – ultimately losing to fourth-seeded Portland, 70-69, and squandering a spot in Tuesday’s championship game.
Gonzaga relinquished a 20-point lead built in the first quarter and the top-seeded Bulldogs couldn’t overcome fourth-seeded Portland for the third time this season, losing 70-69 at the Orleans Arena.
That old saw about how tough it is to beat a team three times in one season? The Gonzaga women don’t want to hear it.