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Gonzaga’s Canadian connection is still going strong. Yvonne Ejim, a 6-foot-2 power forward from Calgary, Alberta, with international experience, is expected to sign with the Zags.
Gonzaga women’s basketball coach Lisa Fortier still has a few things to learn about the international game.
The Gonzaga women will play in another eight-team Thanksgiving weekend tournament this season.
Gonzaga’s outside shooting game is going to get more help, though perhaps not until the fall of 2020. Former Vanderbilt guard Cierra Walker, one of the top perimeter shooters in the Southeastern Conference this year, announced via social media on Monday afternoon that she’s transferring to GU.
Gonzaga head women’s basketball coach Lisa Fortier has been selected as one of four court coaches for the 2019 USA Basketball Junior National Team trials, May 16-20 at the United States Olympic Training Center.
As the Gonzaga women left the court at Gill Coliseum on the night of March 25, their faces showed fatigue and disappointment, but not a trace of “What if?”
The Gonzaga Bulldogs lost, 76-70 to the Oregon State Beavers in the NCAA Tournament, but have moved the team to new heights setting records in wins and received their highest ranking in school history earlier this year.
Zykera Rice, Laura Stockton & Chandler Smith all played their final game in a Gonzaga uniform in a close loss to Oregon State, but their legacy left goes beyond the basketball court.
As the NCAA women’s bracket was revealed on Monday afternoon, Gonzaga coach Lisa Fortier was all business.
SWX's Rob Jesselson spoke with Gonzaga about some key injuries to Laura Stockton and Jill Townsend that the Zags will have to move on from as they enter the NCAA Tournament Saturday in Corvallis, Ore.
Melody Kempton is still bringing energy off the Gonzaga bench. Now she gets to bring it more often.
Whatever you want to call them, the Trojans know how to win. Officially known as the University of Arkansas at Little Rock, the school also goes by Little Rock or just UALR. It is a public university with an enrollment of about 12,000 and was established in 1927. However, the women’s basketball program has made quite a mark in the Sun Belt Conference.
Sometimes March Madness really is a walk in the park. That’s where Gonzaga women’s basketball coach Lisa Fortier found herself at noon Monday, when her phone buzzed with talk of a leaked NCAA Tournament bracket.
Good thing this is a business trip. The most talked-about NCAA Tournament destinations for the Gonzaga women aren’t exactly Spring Break hot spots.
Even with injuries to a pair of key players, the Gonzaga women won’t necessarily be out of their depth in the NCAA Tournament.
Will the NCAA add insult to the injuries already suffered by the Gonzaga women’s basketball team? Quite possibly.
Fortier had been with her brother since Tuesday afternoon, when she was pulled from the Gonzaga bench in the fourth quarter of the Zags’ West Coast Conference championship game against BYU.
For the Gonzaga Bulldogs’s women’s basketball team, there is family and there is FAMILY, and now they know both the distinction and how it gets blurred together when life issues impose their way into the world of games.
Athletic director Mike Roth pulled the coaches out of a timeout to inform them of the situation. Craig returned to the bench a few minutes later, but Roth said a car was waiting outside the Orleans Arena to take Lisa to a nearby hospital to be with a family member.
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.