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Albanez continues hot shooting for GU women

Keani Albanez's postseason shooting streak stood up under the glare of the NCAA tournament, helping carry 11th-seeded Gonzaga to an 82-69 upset over sixth-seeded George Washington in a first-round game at Gill Coliseum.

GU women start slow, then blow past Southern Utah

The Gonzaga women’s basketball team found itself with an early deficit after the visiting Southern Utah Thunderbirds outhustled the Zags to almost every rebound and loose ball. But the Bulldogs (7-4) turned up the effort midway through the first half and willed themselves to a 70-51 win in front of 5,251 fans at McCarthey Athletic Center.

Gonzaga taking time to find women’s basketball coach that fits

Gonzaga athletic director Mike Roth specifically proclaimed Thursday that the women’s basketball opening is the best available job in the country. He then declined to give any specifics about how many people have applied or whether he’s reached out to any other athletic directors to inquire about other coaches to lead the Bulldogs, who finished 29-5 and ranked No. 22 in the final USA Today coaches’ poll.

Gonzaga taking time to find coach that fits

Gonzaga athletic director Mike Roth specifically proclaimed Thursday that the women’s basketball opening is the best available job in the country. He then declined to give any specifics about how many people have applied or whether he’s reached out to any other athletic directors to inquire about other coaches to lead the Bulldogs, who finished 29-5 and ranked No. 22 in the final USA Today coaches’ poll.

Albanez leads Zags to win

Gonzaga may have lost its West Coast Conference opener on Saturday night, but the nine-time defending women’s basketball champions aren’t ready to abdicate just yet. Led by Junior Keani Albanez with a career-high 21 points, the Bulldogs brushed aside the loss byrolling to an 83-68 victory over league newcomer Pacific on Monday night in Stockton, Calif.

Gonzaga women face tough start to WCC play

Gonzaga women’s basketball coach Kelly Graves stopped practice Thursday and had all his players gather around him. After a few days off to recharge after a 10-2 “preseason,” No. 24 Gonzaga travels to start West Coast Conference play at 1 p.m. Saturday against 10-1 Saint Mary’s.

Albanez gives Gonzaga quality minutes

She leads Gonzaga in points per minutes played and is the team’s fourth-leading scorer overall, but she’s never started a game.