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Former Gonzaga Bulldog Johnathan Williams is heading overseas to continue his professional basketball career. Williams signed recently with Maccabi Rishon in Israel.
Former Gonzaga guard Silas Melson has signed with Lavrio, a professional team in Greece.
The Seattle Mariners’ fourth annual Gonzaga Night will have a strong Zags presence. Former Zag Marco Gonzales is scheduled to start Saturday night’s game against Tampa Bay at Safeco Field. Fomer GU baseball coach Steve Hertz will throw out the Group Pitch.
Gonzaga’s 68-64 win over UNC Greensboro on Thursday nearly came down to the free-throw line.
Gonzaga will play in its 50th NCAA Tournament game on Thursday. UNC Greensboro will line up for its third.
Gonzaga should be used to this by now after touring the WCC’s collection of quality guards. Next up: UNC Greensboro’s Francis Alonso.
For six months there was the happy hangover, the gratification of getting to where no Gonzaga team had been before. Then came the reset, the having to put it away and on to the mission of turning id into I.D. That done, now the Bulldogs can reach back for the lessons.
Gonzaga relied on balance during the regular season and that was evident when All-WCC honors were announced Tuesday. Mark Few was voted WCC coach of the year for the 12th time and Zach Norvell Jr. was named Top Newcomer. Six Zags received All-WCC recognition.
Silas Melson is an old soul. So says his mother, Deidre. His father, Tony, too. The description Mark Few summons is “throwback.”
Some nights just aren’t for the books. Silas Melson knew that Saturday, when the Gonzaga Bulldogs shut down BYU 68-60.
Gonzaga’s 74-71 loss to Saint Mary’s on Thursday night left the majority of Zags fans disappointed and confused.
Gonzaga wants to avoid being in these situations, but it has aced three bounce-back tests following losses this season.
Gonzaga shut down Santa Clara’s trio of guards in a 101-52 victory last month in Spokane. That’ll be the Zags’ first priority in Saturday’s rematch at the Leavey Center, beginning with junior KJ Feagin, an All-WCC preseason selection.
Just two months ago, Gonzaga’s three-year student manager Brian Pete was in the Bulldogs’ locker room picking up dirty uniforms after a game to run through the wash.
San Francisco’s top offensive weapon has been freshman guard Souley Boum.
The night couldn’t have turned out more differently for Silas Melson and Johnathan Williams, Gonzaga’s lone seniors.
Rim protection and Rui. It takes some searching but those were two bright spots from an otherwise gloomy Thursday evening for No. 12 Gonzaga, which was outplayed in a 72-70 loss to San Diego State at Viejas Arena.
Gonzaga players didn’t bother hiding their enthusiasm for warmer weather on the 12th-ranked Bulldogs’ latest road trip.
Gonzaga’s impressive 64-game streak of holding opponents under 50 percent shooting from the field ended against Villanova in Madison Square Garden.
North Dakota, like several non-conference visitors to the McCarthey Athletic Center, will be undersized compared to Gonzaga but the Fighting Hawks have capable guards.