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Laura Stockton always knew she was going to play competitive basketball again somewhere.
Former Zag Laura Stockton has signed a professional deal with Herner TC, a pro basketball team in Germany, the team announced Friday.
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?”
Most freshman college basketball players just want to get into the game. Sophomores want to score. Juniors want to start. And seniors simply want to win. Especially the seniors on the Gonzaga women’s basketball team.
Laura Stockton still has wheels. However, on Friday they were attached to the legs of a courtside chair.
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.
Even with injuries to a pair of key players, the Gonzaga women won’t necessarily be out of their depth in the NCAA Tournament.
It takes a team to win a championship, but sometimes it takes a big game from the right player at the right time to get them there.
Will the NCAA add insult to the injuries already suffered by the Gonzaga women’s basketball team? Quite possibly.
It began almost 12 months ago in a sullen locker-room on the campus of Stanford University, where the Zags had just lost their first-round NCAA Tournament game to the host Cardinal.
The 14th-ranked Bulldogs finished 16-2 in West Coast Conference play, one game ahead of second-place Brigham Young. The Zags finished 27-3 overall and enter the conference tournament on a four-game win streak.
For the fourth time in her five years in charge of the Gonzaga women’s basketball program, Lisa Fortier is the West Coast Conference Coach of the Year.
Will they stay or will they go? Gonzaga women’s basketball fans will be asking that question for two more weeks, even if the Zags manage to win another West Coast Conference Tournament title.
No. 16/14 worked its way to a 68-58 win over Loyola Marymount on Senior Day, giving the Zags outright control of the WCC regular season title. Seniors Laura Stockton and Zykera Rice each scored in double figures, with Stockton recording a game-high 16.
Gonzaga seniors Zykera Rice, Chandler Smith and Laura Stockton had perhaps their best combined game of the season on Thursday in a big win over Pepperdine.
Three Gonzaga seniors – Laura Stockton, Zykera Rice and Chandler Smith – will play their final games this week at the McCarthey Athletic Center. Unless Gonzaga is seeded in the Top 16 of the NCAA Tournament.
The Zags are 23-3 overall and ranked 15th in the nation, but at 12-2 are just one game ahead of BYU in the West Coast Conference race going into the last road trip of the regular season.
The Gonzaga women fought back from a double-digit deficit to tie the game late, only to fall for the second time this season to BYU, 66-64 in the Zags' first home loss of the season.
The Gonzaga women picked up their seventh-straight win and shot 55.7 percent from the field in a 71-44 rout of San Diego.
Gonzaga's Laura Stockton has 433 career assists and she is just 7 away from passing Amy Simpson for third most in Gonzaga history.