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Defender from Down Under

The longest pause in Gonzaga’s game with UCLA in the NCAA women’s basketball tournament on Monday came when Bulldogs forward Kelly Bowen got whacked in the nose. While she sat on the bench as trainer Peter Clark tried to get the blood stopped, the officials automatically checked the replay monitor for assurance there was not a flagrant foul, which is a point of emphasis this season.

Zags set sights on Louisville

If you think the Gonzaga players are glad they don’t have to play Xavier in their next NCAA basketball tournament game, you’re right. But if you think that means the Bulldogs will have an easier time against Louisville in the Sweet 16 game at the Arena Saturday night, think again.

Zags wary of conquerors of Xavier

If you think the Gonzaga players are glad they don’t have to play Xavier in their next NCAA basketball tournament game, you’re right. But if you think that means the Bulldogs will have an easier time against Louisville in the Sweet 16 game at the Arena Saturday night, think again.

Heat hand Cavs 21st straight loss

NBA: Once again, LeBron James helped the Cleveland Cavaliers reach a milestone in the NBA standings. First to 40 wins one year.

Richie Frahm scores 31 to lead Gonzaga past Louisville in First Round

Gonzaga fans, buckle up and hang on. Your Bulldogs are at it again. Granted, this NCAA Tournament ride might not prove to be as magical as last year’s sustained run to the Elite Eight. But it certainly got off to a promising start Thursday night as the 10th-seeded Bulldogs disposed of seventh-seeded Louisville 77-66 in the opening round of the West Regional at McKale Center.