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Emma Stach is back where she began, but richer for the experience of four years at Gonzaga. A fixture for the Zags, the high-energy guard is home in Germany, where she recently signed a professional contract in the top-flight women’s league.
It really is all about the journey. Soon, Emma Stach will begin a new one, but Saturday was about the one that just ended.
Seilund, an All-WCC first-teamer coming off a 28-point outing in the quarterfinals against Loyola Marymount, was held to nine points on 3-of-11 shooting by Gonzaga in a 65-53 Bulldogs win in Las Vegas.
The Zags honored Emma Stach and fifth-year senior Emma Wolfram in a Senior Day ceremony just before tipoff. Wolfram, who redshirted her freshman year under Kelly Graves, was sidelined for the majority of the season with a knee injury.
Gonzaga women’s basketball players Chandler Smith, Emma Stach and Katie Campbell were selected to the West Coast Conference’s all-academic team, the conference announced Wednesday.
Gonzaga women’s basketball coach Lisa Fortier says it all the time: “Our offense starts with our defense.”
Back home after almost a month, the Gonzaga women also got back to basics Thursday night.
Top-seeded Gonzaga bottled up San Francisco’s high-scoring tandem of Rachel Howard and Anna Seilund in a 77-46 blowout Monday in the WCC women’s basketball tournament semifinals at Orleans Arena.
Jill Barta scored 27 points with 11 rebounds and Gonzaga had little trouble downing Portland 85-50 on Saturday in West Coast Conference play in Portland.
The Gonzaga women’s basketball team learned a lot about itself last year but didn’t quit there.
New Gonzaga women’s basketball coach Lisa Fortier said she knows who is going to be her point guards but she’s not completely sure who will start on Sunday in the Bulldogs’ first game against No. 22 Dayton.
The Gonzaga women’s basketball team has reconfirmed the commitment of a 6-foot-3 forward Jill Barta from Fairfield, Mont. Barta, who led her team to a 104-0 record in the past four years, said she will be in Spokane this month to start summer school.