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March 11, 2019, Gonzaga Women's Basketball was in the semi-finals of the WCC Tournament. It was also the day that Laura Stockton would go down with an ACL tear. Although this injury ended Stockton's career as a Zag, it helped her grow as an athlete. Taylor Brooks sits down with this former Bulldog to talk about how this one moment helped redefine what it means to her to be an athlete.
Gonzaga’s Joel Ayayi has declared for the NBA draft but won’t hire an agent.
So the Zags are left with a pair of pretty good consolation prizes, absent the theater of March Madness. First, one of the finest regular seasons in program history. Second, a promising outlook for next season and beyond.
Our Taylor Brooks catches up with WSU Men's Basketball Head Coach, Kyle Smith as he gets ready for the Pac 12 Tournament in Las Vegas.
As far as Gonzaga is concerned, there was no movement in the AP poll and bracket projections and minor movement in the NET rankings.
Gonzaga will face No. 5 San Francisco at 6 p.m. Monday on ESPN. The Dons (22-11) eliminated No. 4 Pacific 72-54 in Saturday’s quarterfinals at Orleans Arena in Las Vegas.
Nine days after beating the Portland Pilots for the second time, the Gonzaga women will need to do it again on Monday afternoon if they hope to win the West Coast Conference Tournament title that eluded them last year.
Fifth-seeded San Francisco (21-11) faces No. 4 seed Pacific in a quarterfinal Saturday, with the winner facing No. 2 ranked and top-seeded Gonzaga in a Monday semifinal.
Mark Few isn’t one to go overboard with excessive praise, but this season’s squad drove him to it following an 86-76 win over Saint Mary’s in the regular-season finale that capped a 29-2 regular season.
The Gonzaga women can’t wait to get back on the court for the West Coast Conference Tournament.
Somebody suggested it would be a good time to pick Gonzaga’s All-Vegas team.Can’t do it, I demurred. No credibility. I’m never up at 5 a.m. to see which Zags fans are still blinking through the cigarette haze and piling up chips at the Orleans Casino craps tables – and somehow still manage to make their tee times. No, they said. Basketball. Oh. Well, that’s different.
LAS VEGAS – Like a lot of visitors to Sin City, Gonzaga’s 11 West Coast Conference Tournaments here have produced countless memorable moments as well as a few unpleasant nights at the other end of the spectrum.
Since the West Coast Conference Tournament moved to Las Vegas more than a decade ago, Gonzaga has been one of the best bets in town.
The West Coast Conference men’s and women’s basketball tournaments have called The Orleans in Las Vegas home since 2009, and whether you’re staying at the off-the-Strip hotel or nearby, you’re certainly going to work up an appetite celebrating the Gonzaga Bulldogs’ latest victory.
But first things first. Gonzaga (28-2, 14-1 West Coast Conference) wants to put a bow on a stellar regular season with a win over the Gaels (24-6, 11-4) in the last home game for seniors Killian Tillie, Admon Gilder and Ryan Woolridge.
The Zags (27-2) preferred to point the blame inward in the latest Gonzaga rewind.
The WCC announced an extension with ESPN through the 2027 season and a new multiyear arrangement with CBS Sports Network that debuts this season.
Sooner than expected, Jill Townsend is back on the basketball court – which is a surprise to absolutely no one at Gonzaga.
Joe Vranesh’s three-run homer to left-center in the seventh inning Friday snapped a 1-all tie, and Saint Mary’s held off Gonzaga 4-3 in a West Coast Conference Championship loser-out game at Banner Island Ballpark.
Bryce Willitts hit a three-run home run, and Saint Mary’s defeated Gonzaga 7-3 Thursday in the opening round of the West Coast Conference Tournament in Stockton, California.