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Hours after watching his brother Cody Benzel lead Eastern Washington to a 92-73 win over Corban University, Erik Benzel was in the McCarthey Athletic Center to watch his alma mater, the University of Denver play Gonzaga, his hometown team.
The eighth-ranked Zags (11-2) were all about the basketball Friday night. They continued making strides defensively and they’re embracing a much-needed respite before gathering for practice Wednesday.
Perfect games are usually reserved for baseball and bowling, but the Gonzaga men’s basketball team was in the neighborhood for a good portion of Friday’s game against Denver.
The key moment, offensive player of the game and defensive player of the game from Gonzaga’s 101-40 win against Denver at the McCarthey Athletic Center in Spokane.
Perfection doesn’t usually last all that long in college basketball. Certainly not for almost 12 minutes in a game between two Division I schools.
Denver versus Gonzaga on Friday at the McCarthey Athletic Center is something of a homecoming game for Gonzaga’s Josh Perkins.
Denver’s Ronnie Harrell Jr. is familiar with the McCarthey Athletic Center. Harrell played three seasons for Creighton before joining his hometown school as a graduate transfer. He had six points and eight rebounds in the Bluejays’ 91-74 loss to GU in Dec. 2017.