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Moments after last week’s FanFest event, Gonzaga coach Lisa Fortier set the tone for the rest of the women’s basketball season.
With all that’s happened in the college basketball world in the last two weeks, perhaps it’s better to look ahead to next year.
Melody Kempton had a career-high 18 points, LeeAnne Wirth and Jessie Loera each scored 12, and No. 22 Gonzaga beat Purdue 63-50 on Sunday night to win the Gulf Coast Showcase.
Aspiring minds think alike, especially when they’ve been in close proximity for 18 years.
What began with the makings of a sophomore jinx has turned into a confidence-boosting season for Gonzaga’s 6-foot-3 twin towers, Jenn and LeeAnne Wirth.
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.
Gonzaga had five players in double figures as the Bulldogs improved to 19-2 overall and 8-1 in WCC play with a 78-61 win over Santa Clara.
On the court, the twins are a big reason the Zags are 10-1 and off to the best start in school history going into Thursday’s home game against Idaho.
Along with fellow true freshman forwards Jill and LeeAnne Wirth, the versatile Jill Townsend is a big reason the reason Gonzaga is back in the NCAA Tournament for the 10th time in the last 12 years.
There were several worthy contenders, but Jessie Loera probably had Gonzaga’s best stat line in Friday’s WCC Tournament win over Pepperdine.
After only four games, the chase is on in the West Coast Conference women’s basketball race.