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Beating the 20th-ranked Lady Bears will also come in handy on Selection Monday, when the Zags will be angling for a high seed and potentially home court for the first two rounds of the NCAA Tournament.
The No. 17 Gonzaga Bulldogs defeated the No. 20 Missouri State Lady Bears. Jenn Wirth led the Zags with 16 PTS for the night. FINAL: 64-52
It’s one of the biggest midmajor matchups of the year; in fact it’s almost unheard of for ranked midmajors to meet under any circumstances, considering that all but four of this week’s Top 25 teams hail from Power 5 conferences.
By every measure, last year’s Gonzaga women’s basketball team had the best nonconference season you could hope for.
Arike Ogunbowale scored a career-high 34 points, Jessica Shepard added 24 points and 14 rebounds, and defending national champion Notre Dame beat Texas A&M 87-80.
Chandler Smith had 15 points and 10 rebounds, Zykera Rice added 13 and eight and No. 21 Gonzaga held off Missouri State 70-67 on Sunday.
The Gonzaga women have seen a little of everything this year.
Brady Bolles threw for 233 yards and a touchdown to lead Northwest Missouri State to its fifth NCAA Division II title Saturday, 34-7 over Shepherd.
ANCHORAGE, Alaska – DaVonte Lacy scored 26 of his 31 points after halftime as Washington State beat Missouri State 89-84 in the fourth-place game of the Great Alaska Shoot- out on Saturday. Washington State (3-3) took an 83-78 lead on a 6-0 run capped by Ike Iroegbu’s scooping layup with 1:35 left in overtime.
ANCHORAGE, Alaska — DaVonte Lacy scored 26 of his 31 points in the second half and overtime as Washington State beat Missouri State 89-84 in the fourth-place game of the Great Alaska Shootout on Saturday.
The best halftime adjustment doesn’t always have to be the biggest – or the most complex, for that matter. That fact was hammered home again Saturday afternoon at Roos Field, where No. 1-ranked Eastern Washington University used a second-half turnaround by its defense to bump off ninth-ranked Southeast Missouri State 37-17 in the second round of the Football Championship Subdivision playoffs.
Matt Scheible won’t be the fastest, strongest or most athletic player scampering around on the red turf at Roos Field on Saturday. But Southeast Missouri State’s junior quarterback will still be justifiably centered in the crosshairs of Eastern Washington University’s defense when the teams tee it up at 1:05 p.m. in their Football Championship Subdivision second-round playoff.
The sub-zero temperatures and heavy blanket of snow that punched the region in the stomach last week certainly wasn’t what Beau Baldwin would have ordered up, given the chance. But Eastern Washington University’s third-year head football coach doesn’t think the rare, raw blast of arctic-like weather conditions had any negative impact on his team’s preparation for Saturday’s 1 p.m. second-round Football Championship Subdivision playoff game against Southeast Missouri State at Roos Field.