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GU women open home slate tonight

California proved fertile ground for the Gonzaga women’s basketball team, which now shifts its attention to more familiar territory. The Bulldogs will open their home schedule at 6 tonight at …


Building bridges

During and after the election there is always much talk about the value of working together, moving forward and showing tolerance of each other’s differences. On Friday, Gonzaga University is …


Blanchette: Redmond makes it to the top at 41

As a player, Mike Redmond was baseball comfort food. Consider some of the descriptives that attached themselves to him in the course of his 13 major league seasons: reliable, savvy, …


Gonzaga cruises in exhibition win over NW Nazarene

Numerous Gonzaga men’s basketball players insisted throughout the preseason that if they weren’t getting the job done, another man was waiting to take their place. In Saturday’s exhibition game, five …


Spokane trio lead Vandals’ soccer success

The injury is almost forgotten now, unlike the memories Liz Boyden will carry forward after a bonus year of soccer at the University of Idaho. A broken leg three matches …


Mother Mary grotto dedicated at Gonzaga

One by one, the reverent placed roses at the foot of the statue of the Blessed Mother Mary. They were attending the Dedication Mass of the new Gonzaga University grotto …


Defense keeps Whitworth men’s soccer rolling

Soccer forwards are always quick to credit the teammates behind them. It’s just the opposite at the other end of the field, especially at Whitworth, where goalkeeper Kyle Novak sees …


Black lights up scoreboard for EWU’s women

For Cassie Black, the best way to put team first is to be a little more selfish. And so far this season, the Eastern Washington women’s soccer team is reaping …


WSU, GU take solid starts into conference openers

In investing and volleyball, past performance doesn’t necessarily predict future success. But it sure doesn’t hurt.


Reloaded Whitworth men off to strong start

Consider the Whitworth men’s soccer team reloaded. Despite graduating nine seniors, including seven who earned All-Northwest Conference honors, the 24th-ranked Pirates – after a 1-0 win over seventh-ranked Wheaton on …


Former Gonzaga player Sacre signs with Lakers

The Los Angeles Lakers signed second-round draft pick Robert Sacre on Friday. Sacre, a 7-foot Canadian who played at Gonzaga, finished his Bulldogs career with 1,270 points and 679 rebounds. …


Gonzaga’s goal for men’s soccer: Find the net

The Gonzaga men’s soccer team goal is simple: more of them. After scoring just 16 goals last season, the Bulldogs are off to a better pace, scoring once in an …


Gonzaga, Whitworth aim high in men’s soccer

The Gonzaga men’s soccer team goal is simple: more of them.


Shawn Vestal: A pilgrimage, and a life, pursuing peace

Thirty years ago, a small band of people were walking across America, from the west side of Washington to Washington, D.C. The following spring, they continued their pilgrimage, after a …


Idaho, Eastern contenders

It happens late in the preseason practice grind of every sport. “We’re definitely ready to play somebody else,” second-year Washington State volleyball coach Jen Greeny said. “We’ve had a great …


Gonzaga women face tough nonconference basketball schedule

Pac-12 schools Stanford and Washington State, and Big Ten schools Wisconsin and Ohio State highlight Gonzaga University’s nonconference women’s basketball home schedule, released Friday. The Bulldogs, with 13-year head coach …


Williams moves into quarterfinals at U.S. Amateur

Golf: Chris Williams (pictured above) of Moscow, Idaho, won twice on Thursday to advance to the quarterfinals of the U.S. Amateur Championship at Cherry Hills, Colo. The University of Washington …


Sarbaugh transfers from Gonzaga to North Idaho College

Basketball: Chris Sarbaugh (pictured above), the former Gonzaga Prep basketball standout who redshirted at Gonzaga University last season, is transferring to North Idaho College. “I loved Gonzaga, loved the people …


Gonzaga’s game at Butler will showcase ‘GameDay’

Gonzaga’s men’s basketball team will be the showcase event of ESPN’s “College GameDay” on Jan. 19, when the Bulldogs play Butler in Indianapolis. The Bulldogs hosted “College GameDay” in 2005, …


Gonzaga unveils nonconference basketball schedule

Home games against West Virginia, Illinois and Baylor highlight Gonzaga’s nonconference men’s basketball schedule for 2012-13, unveiled Tuesday by the school. Gonzaga also has tough road games against Washington State, …


In brief: ESPN selects Gonzaga for Tip-Off Marathon

Basketball: For the fourth straight season, Gonzaga will be part of ESPN’s Tip-Off Marathon. The Bulldogs will entertain West Virginia on Monday, Nov. 12, at 9 p.m. at the McCarthey …


Idaho center Marboe named to Rimington list

University of Idaho sophomore Mike Marboe was selected to the 2012 Fall Watch List for the Rimington Trophy, the school announced Tuesday. The annual award honors the nation’s top center.


WNBA’s Liberty sign Gonzaga’s Redmon

WNBA: The New York Liberty of the WNBA signed guard-forward Katelan Redmon on Thursday. The former Gonzaga University and Lewis and Clark High star was a third-round selection, 36th overall, …


Lakers draft Gonzaga’s Sacre with final pick

Surrounded by family in Ville Platte, La., former Gonzaga Bulldog Robert Sacre was trying to get 9-month-old son Quinton to sleep when Sacre’s name popped up on the TV screen …


Blanchette: Pargo succeeds on difficult road

It’s not a sense of adventure that sends Jeremy Pargo on his basketball odysseys.


Baseball America names GU’s Gonzales to first team

Baseball: Baseball America on Friday named Gonzaga University sophomore pitcher/first baseman Marco Gonzales to its All-America first team. Gonzales is the third Bulldog to receive first-team honors, joining Cody Martin …


Moscow’s Chris Williams leads Washington state amateur

Chris Williams of Moscow, Idaho, took sole possession of the lead after three rounds of the Washington State Men’s Amateur Championship on Thursday with a 2-under-par 71 over the Eagles …


Mönninghoff leaves Gonzaga

Men’s basketball: Mathis Mönninghoff, a 6-foot-7 forward who saw limited playing time in two seasons at Gonzaga, has decided to leave the program and sign with a professional team in …


Gonzaga grad dies in Afghanistan

A Gonzaga University ROTC graduate deployed to Afghanistan died after the helicopter he was in took on enemy fire and crashed Wednesday. Professors with Gonzaga’s ROTC program said Friday that …


Agent with Spokane ties had great ride with I’ll Have Another

The scratch of I’ll Have Another from today’s Belmont Stakes is another thrown shoe for horse racing, even for those cynical railbirds who had already conceded his Triple Crown and …