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UPDATED: Tue., Nov. 15, 2011, 12:26 a.m.

Pangos sparks Zags past Cougs

Kevin Pangos, the nation. The nation, Kevin Pangos. Gonzaga’s freshman guard hit nine 3-pointers and scored 33 points, sparking the Bulldogs past rival Washington State 89-81 Monday night in front …


Gonzaga women win opener 101-88

Minus the best player in program history, the Gonzaga women’s basketball team is going to be just fine. The post-Courtney Vandersloot Era opened Friday night at McCarthey Athletic Center with …


Heytvelt enhances game while playing in Europe

Josh Heytvelt can rattle off a few words and phrases in Turkish, Italian and Croatian. The Gonzaga University graduate also can tell a story or two about being homesick touring …


Former Zags star Heytvelt shapes game on Old Continent

Josh Heytvelt can tell a story or two about being homesick touring around Europe. But most important, the former Gonzaga Bulldog is happy to be earning a living playing basketball.


Zags’ Harris sheds pounds

Gonzaga junior forward Elias Harris dropped 11 pounds over the summer. It’s one of several measures he has taken to try to bounce back from a difficult sophomore season.


Zags thump Carroll 95-51

The Bulldogs took a break from the practice grind, thumping Carroll College 95-51 in an exhibition game viewed by 6,000 Friday at the McCarthey Athletic Center.


UPDATED: Fri., Oct. 28, 2011, 11:05 a.m.

Gonzaga picked to win; BYU third

Men’s basketball: It’s hardly surprising that Gonzaga, which has won or shared the last 11 West Coast Conference men’s basketball titles, was favored to make it 12 straight when the …


Zags exhibition game on KHQ

Change of television plans for exhibition game.


Gonzaga men picked to win WCC

It’s hardly surprising that Gonzaga, which has won or shared the last 11 West Coast Conference men’s basketball titles, was favored to make it 12 straight when the coaches’ preseason …


Newcomers focus at Gonzaga’s first practice

Six guys who haven’t played a second for the Gonzaga men’s basketball team were the primary topic of discussion as the Bulldogs held their first official practice Friday at the …


Newcomers the focus at Zags’ first official practice

Six guys who haven’t played a second for the Gonzaga men’s basketball team were the primary topic of discussion as the Bulldogs held their first official practice Friday at the …


Football section arrives Thursday

Football: Speed is of the essence and the main topic for our special football section that will be inserted into Thursday’s paper. The section features players of speed from every …


Ex-Zag Pargo raves about two seasons with teams in Israel

Jeremy Pargo’s goal hasn’t changed, just the route to get there. And he doesn’t mind the path he’s been on since completing his eligibility in the Gonzaga men’s basketball program …


Zags reveal challenging schedule

Nonconference men’s basketball games against Michigan State, Butler and Arizona highlight the partial schedule announced Friday by Gonzaga University.


Former Zag Gray signs with Latvian team

Steven Gray, who graduated from Gonzaga University in the spring, signed a professional basketball contract with BK Ventspils of Latvia, GU announced Tuesday.


More WCC games coming to ESPN

The West Coast Conference, with new member BYU, will get more exposure for its men’s basketball teams under its new contract with ESPN.


Ohio State quarterback Pryor won’t return to Columbus

Football: Terrelle Pryor’s career at Ohio State, which started with so much promise and potential, came to an abrupt and scandal-ridden end. The Ohio State quarterback (pictured above) announced through …


Zags watch WCC title slip away

One pitch for a title. Kyle Zimmer delivers a two-out, 3-2 fastball to Gonzaga University designated hitter Andy Hunter.


WCC baseball crown comes down to final day

One final game for the West Coast Conference championship. Such are the stakes today thanks to Gonzaga University’s 7-5 come-from-behind victory over the University of San Francisco on Saturday, squaring …


Vandals improve APR but lose one scholarship

The University of Idaho is the only local NCAA Division I school that suffered any fallout from the most recent Academic Progress Rates numbers, released by the NCAA on Tuesday. …


Vandals lose scholarship despite APR improvement

The University of Idaho is the only local NCAA Division I school that suffered any fallout from the most recent Academic Progress Rates numbers, released by the NCAA on Tuesday.


WSU rallies past Gonzaga for baseball win

Richie Ochoa (3-0) pitched 2 2/3 innings of scoreless relief Tuesday as Washington State (10-10) rallied for a 17-11 nonconference baseball win over visiting Gonzaga (13-8-1) at Bailey-Brayton Field. Ochoa …


Notebook: BYU had extra motivation

DENVER – It’s no easy task defending BYU’s Jimmer Fredette, the nation’s top scorer. It’s even tougher when Fredette and his teammates are highly motivated.


John Blanchette: A lesson learned too late

Really, the Zags didn’t get Jimmered. They got grimmered. Grim offense, grimmer defense. Grim ball-handling, grimmer resolve.


Jim Kershner: Zags’ ‘home game’ a matter of relativity

You know how Einstein showed that time is relative? Well, distances are relative, too, and by that I mean 100 miles just seems shorter for people who live in Spokane …


GU-BYU matchup an early look at upcoming WCC rivalry

Today’s third-round meeting in the NCAA tournament serves as the preface to BYU’s entrance into the West Coast Conference for the 2012 men’s basketball season.


Gonzaga’s turn to try and tame Jimmer Fredette

The 11th-seeded Bulldogs (25-9) face third-seeded BYU (31-4) and their player of the year candidate Jimmer Fredette on Saturday in the round of 32 of the NCAA tournament.


GU’s David Stockton never backs down from challenge

DENVER – So here was the toss-up, silly as it seems now: Could David Stockton crack the lineup at, oh, Whitworth?


Injured St. John’s player stays optimistic

DENVER – St. John’s lost a standout player in the Big East tournament, but gained a quasi-assistant coach. D.J. Kennedy, a 6-foot-5 swingman who ranks in the Red Storm’s all-time …


Carter finds another gear

Marquise Carter’s first crack at the starting job came in the second game of the season, but he played 13 non-descript minutes.