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Gonzaga claims first WCC women’s golf title in dramatic fashion

Jessica Mangrobang lost it, but not until she and four teammates helped Gonzaga win the program’s first WCC women’s golf championship. Watching her teammates putt out on the second playoff to clinch the landmark title Saturday, Mangrobang, a rare fifth-year player, couldn’t suppress her emotions.

Gonzaga rewind: Tweaking rotation, minutes minus 7-foot center Oumar Ballo

The Bulldogs’ latest challenge is in the frontcourt with reserve center Oumar Ballo sidelined by a left thumb injury, possibly for most of February. Gonzaga tweaked its rotation and allocation of minutes slightly without Ballo and cruised past San Diego 90-62 and Pepperdine 97-75.

Highlights: Gonzaga 95, Pepperdine 70

Corey Kispert scored 23 points, Drew Timme had 20 points and No. 1 Gonzaga used a dominant second half to power past Pepperdine 95-70 Thursday night at McCarthey Athletic Center in Spokane.

Top-ranked Gonzaga heads into Pepperdine visit with impressive streaks on the line

Gonzaga's winning streaks have encountered numerous challenges over the years, but Pepperdine gave the Zags their toughest test last season at the McCarthey Athletic Center. Gonzaga outlasted the 23-point underdogs 75-70, as 6-foot-10 forward Killian Tillie’s blocked on a potential game-tying 3-pointer by Waves standout point Colbey Ross in the closing seconds.