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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.
Moments after last week’s FanFest event, Gonzaga coach Lisa Fortier set the tone for the rest of the women’s basketball season.
Senior Jill Townsend is the first Gonzaga women’s player to be named to the preseason watch list for national player of the year.
Considering the circumstances, the basketball season couldn’t have gotten off to a better start for the Gonzaga women.
On a day of milestones for Gonzaga women’s basketball, senior wing Jill Townsend was named Tuesday as a finalist for the Ann Meyers Drysdale Award.
There is no sure thing in college basketball – especially this year – but based on past performance, the Gonzaga women are as close as it gets.
Whatever it takes, Jill Townsend will find a way to win – and stay in shape.
With all that’s happened in the college basketball world in the last two weeks, perhaps it’s better to look ahead to next year.
The Gonzaga women can’t wait to get back on the court for the West Coast Conference Tournament.
Jill Townsend did a little of everything for the Gonzaga women this year, and that meant a lot during one of the most successful seasons in school history.
There will be plenty at stake Saturday afternoon when the visiting Gonzaga women take on the Portland Pilots.
As the Gonzaga women warmed up for practice Tuesday afternoon, Jill Townsend was asked whether it was difficult to play while wearing a protective facemask.
As they sweat through another long practice, the male practice players at Gonzaga know one thing. This isn’t about them. It never is.
The Gonzaga women are halfway through the West Coast Conference season, and things couldn’t be going much better. The Zags moved up to 12th in this week’s Associated Press poll, became the first 20-win team in Division 1 last weekend and have a nation-leading 18-game winning streak.
Asked on Tuesday about all the upsets last weekend in women’s basketball, Gonzaga coach Lisa Fortier was both hopeful and cautious.
Jill Townsend led the 17th-ranked Gonzaga women out of a 20-point hole to a 62-57 win over Portland in their WCC opener.
Jill Townsend scored 16 points and No. 18 Gonzaga pulled way from Montana State in the third quarter en route to a 70-55 victory on Thursday for the Bulldogs’ fifth straight victory.
There isn’t a statue of Will Derting in the diminutive ranching town of Okanogan, Washington, but it’s there in theory.
The women’s basketball season has barely begun, yet Gonzaga and Eastern Washington already have a common opponent.
Family means everything to the Townsend Siblings. Jill and Jim Townsend battled in every sport they played together growing up. Now today they are two of the most talented collegiate athletes in the regional area. Hear from this duo as they tell you their story as competitive siblings and dominate athletes.