Time will tell whether Calvin Fortier follows his parents into coaching, but he’s off to a good start.
Despite a loss to top-ranked South Carolina on Sunday, the Gonzaga women moved up three spots to No. 18 in Monday's AP Top 25 poll.
Destanni Henderson scored a career-high 23 points and Zia Cooke added 16 to help No. 1 South Carolina top 21st-ranked Gonzaga 79-72 in the Bad Boy Mowers Crossover Classic
After yet another crazy week off the court, Coach Lisa Fortier and the Gonzaga women appear to have a handle on their future.
This is how profoundly COVID-19 has altered the landscape of college basketball.
Three days before Thanksgiving, the COVID-19 pandemic dished out another thankless task to Gonzaga women’s basketball coach Lisa Fortier.
No ear-piercing crescendo of noise from 6,000 jammed inside the McCarthey Athletic Center after a highlight-reel dunk or clutch shot in the closing seconds. Gonzaga basketball won’t look the same at home games with fans expected to be benched by COVID-19 safety protocols. It sure as heck won’t sound the same.
The Kennel Club, regarded as one of the best student sections in the country, is working with the athletic department to figure out ways to still have an impact despite not being allowed in the Kennel.
In yet another preseason milestone, the Gonzaga women’s basketball team opened the year ranked 20th in the first USA Today/WCBA Coaches poll released Thursday.
The graduation percentage of Gonzaga student-athletes leads the WCC and ranks among the best nationally, according to the latest Graduation Success Rate (GSR) figures released by the NCAA.
Senior Jill Townsend is the first Gonzaga women’s player to be named to the preseason watch list for national player of the year.
The NCAA announced Monday it is planning to move the entire 68-team tournament to a single geographic area and is in negotiations with Indianapolis, originally scheduled to host the Final Four in April.