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WATCH: Gonzaga Women’s Basketball 2020-21 | Home Opener vs. the Montana Grizzlies

After playing their first four games of the season on the road, the Gonzaga Women's Basketball Team finally gets inside McCarthy Athletic Center as they take on the Montana Lady Grizzlies Sunday 2 PM at the Kennel live on SWX. Rob Jesselson sits down with Lisa Fortier to talk about this weekends home game and how the Bulldogs are getting ready.

MSU Women’s Basketball Breaking Records in Season Opener

It was a record-breaking season opener for the Bobcats as they beat the North Dakota Fighting Hawks 84-72 at Worthington Arena. Senior Guard, Tori Martell, broke the three-point shooting record with 8 triples, and the Cats have now won 18-consecutive games, the longest active winning streak in program history.

Lockhart wins go-round, Champion and Brooks finish in top 3

Lisa Lockhart took Round 3 with a time of 17.09 seconds. She is currently 6th in the world standings. Richmond Champion and Chase Brooks both finished in the top 3 once again. Champion is now 3rd in the standings. Brooks is in 7th.

MSU Student Mops up Barstool Tournament

Trevor Funseth, "The Mop," and his teammates, Brayden Ginnaty, and Kyler Lawhon, are dominating Barstool Sports' first-ever collegiate Call of Duty Tournament. They beat the University of Arizona on Wednesday evening to advance to the Fatal Four, which will be played next week.

Twin brothers Brady, Padraig Lang commit to Griz

In a week that features multiple in-state recruits committing to play football for the Montana Grizzlies, twin brothers and Bozeman Hawks safeties Brady and Padraig Lang announced they'll continue their football careers in the Garden City. Mohammad Ahmad spoke with them about their decision.