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Wednesday, November 20, 2019  Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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Johnathan Williams comes through in clutch as Gonzaga beats Pacific

Zags junior forward Johnathan Williams hit a rough patch recently, only reaching double figures once in the previous eight games. He broke out in a big way, pouring in 14 …


Przemek Karnowski shines on offense, defense in Gonzaga’s win over Pacific

Meet Przemek Karnowski, point center. OK, that may be stretching the Zags center’s job description but he did a pretty fair job of distributing the ball, racking up seven of …


Gonzaga’s 12-0 start is a sweet gift, but what else do the Zags want for Christmas?

With only a few days left until Christmas, it seems as though everyone is asking the same question: What’s on your Christmas list?


Rough landing for Zags in Nashville

Gonzaga’s charter flight encountered a storm while landing in blustery Nashville on Saturday night.


Zags hoping to develop more depth

The Zags, who will take a short break for the Christmas holiday after Wednesday’s game, will have nearly a month before the start of spring semester.


Mark Few’s technical a long time coming

GU coach Mark Few was called for a rare technical foul in Sunday’s 86-76 victory over Tennessee in Nashville.


Ken Bone enjoys new role with Gonzaga basketball

Ken Bone, who game-planned against Gonzaga for more than a decade while coaching at Washington, Portland State, Washington State and Montana, is now a special assistant to GU coach Mark …


Jeremy Jones sees first game action in Gonzaga uniform

Redshirt sophomore Jeremy Jones made his first appearance in a Gonzaga uniform


Gonzaga remains humble after hitting 10-0 for first time in Division I

Saturday’s 61-43 win over Akron ended like any other game.


Former high school teammates Zach Collins, Noah Robotham reunite as Zags-Zips game

Two former teammates were reunited Saturday night when Akron faced off against undefeated Gonzaga at the McCarthey Athletic Center.


Even in defeat, UW freshman Markelle Fultz continues to lead Huskies

The University of Washington had their lowest single-game shooting percentage of the season at 30 percent, but freshman Markelle Fultz scored 25 points to standout as the Huskies leading scorer …


Gonzaga’s Nigel Wiliams-Goss lets his steady play do the talking

Gonzaga had another memorable evening in The Kennel, roughing up Washington 98-71 in the first nontournament showing between the cross-state rivals in a decade.


Gonzaga players, as much as anyone, enjoy the big-head phenomenon

Anyone in attendance at the McCarthey Athletic Center may see an emotionless, straight-faced Przemek Karnowski slowly rise up from the Kennel. Another possible sight is a cross-eyed and lip-scrunched Zach …


Delta Devils pile up miles waiting for home opener

Losing nine games in a row is never an easy pill to swallow.


National anthem sung in Salish at Gonzaga-Bryant game

LaRae Wiley, executive director at the Salish School of Spokane, sang the national anthem in the Salish language


Japanese writers meet unexpectedly while covering Gonzaga’s Rui Hachimura

When Tokyo native Yoko Miyaji, a freelance NBA and college basketball writer for Japanese sports publications, walked into the media room Friday night at McCarthey Athletic Center, she expected the …


Zags will again wear turquoise uniforms in honor of Native American Heritage Month

For the second straight season, the Zags will wear turquoise uniforms in honor of Native American Heritage Month.


ESPN’s Sean Farnham can’t get enough of Spokane

ESPN analyst Sean Farnham was at Gonzaga on Monday night to call the ESPN College Hoops Tip-Off Marathon featuring GU’s 9 p.m. matchup against San Diego State, but the former …


SDSU fans give Gonzaga students a wake-up call

Campers at Tent City, an event in which GU students camp outside the Foley Center in order to earn a spot in the student section for select games, were awakened …


Tent City competition gives Gonzaga students chance for front-row seats

Securing a seat on the highly coveted front row of the Kennel Club for Monday night’s nationally televised men’s basketball game between San Diego State and Gonzaga is a combination …


Longtime Zags scoreboard operator John Oakley dies

John Oakley, longtime Gonzaga men’s and women’s basketball scoreboard operator, died Thursday in his sleep after suffering from ALS.