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The graduation percentage of Gonzaga student-athletes leads the WCC and ranks among the best nationally, according to the latest Graduation Success Rate (GSR) figures released by the NCAA.
When the land called her home, Chandler Smith didn’t think twice.
There is no sure thing in college basketball – especially this year – but based on past performance, the Gonzaga women are as close as it gets.
Gonzaga women’s basketball coach Lisa Fortier is a reflection of her team – confident but not cocky, especially in the face of a pandemic.
After an offseason like no other, the Gonzaga women know only one thing for sure: There will be basketball this season.
Petco Park was relatively quiet, but the crack of Houston Astros rookie Taylor Jones’ bat was piercing.
The West Coast Conference on Thursday joined several leagues nationwide in announcing the postponement of fall sports competition due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Gonzaga on Wednesday announced a large gift to the athletic department as well as a donation to the university from the McCarthey family.
The WCC’s decision impacts volleyball, men’s and women’s soccer and men’s and women’s cross country, as well as traditional springs sports such as tennis, rowing and golf that also compete in the fall. The announcement doesn’t pertain to men’s and women’s basketball, which can open as early as Nov. 10.
The West Coast Conference office announced plans Monday to continue operating remotely for the remainder of the 2020 calendar year.
It’s a near impossible task to assemble Gonzaga’s top 20 athletes since 2000 from 16 teams, eight women’s and eight men’s. The men’s basketball team alone has 17 players that have earned All-America status in that time frame and nine Zags played in NBA games this season. So feel free to compile your own list if you have a spare 48 hours or so.
Gonzaga lefty Mac Lardner really wanted to hear his name called during the MLB draft a couple of weeks ago. But the consolation prize, if you can call it that, was the ability to pick where he would sign his first pro contract.
It’s nowhere near normalcy, but Gonzaga men’s and women’s basketball players took the first baby steps in that direction by participating in voluntary workouts last week.
One day after a teammate signed his first pro contract with the St. Louis Cardinals, Gonzaga University’s Nick Trogrlic-Iverson did the same.
Left-handed starter Mac Lardner of Gonzaga signed with the St. Louis Cardinals on Sunday, one of several dozen mostly college players to sign pro contracts on the first day of nondrafted signing eligibility.
Gonzaga athletic director Mike Roth covered a variety of topics Wednesday, including his hope that sports return this fall and his take on athletes’ name, image and likeness (NIL) rights.
The Zags are still training, minus access to facilities, weight rooms and gyms under Washington Gov. Jay Inslee’s stay-home order to slow the spread of the coronavirus outbreak.
Ten Gonzaga teams achieved 100 percent graduation rates and student-athletes graduated at a 98 percent rate, tied for seventh nationally, according to the latest NCAA Graduation Success Rate (GSR) statistics.
After two days of traveling back from the three-day NCAA Championships in Indianapolis, Marisa Wortman enjoyed the quiet and calm of a relatively empty Gonzaga campus on Tuesday.
INDIANAPOLIS – The Gonzaga women’s rowing team finished 20th at the NCAA Championships at the Indianapolis Rowing Center at Eagle Creek Park on Sunday. Gonzaga’s varsity eight took first in the D Final to place 19th overall and the second varsity eight finished third in the D Final (22nd overall). The varsity four claimed second, also in the D Final (20th overall).