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Meet Bill Walton, huge Gonzaga fan. Walton, college basketball’s most unique and unpredictable analyst, couldn’t have lavished more praise on the Zags in a five-minute interview prior to Gonzaga’s 77-73 win over South Carolina on Saturday at University of Phoenix Stadium. And he couldn’t have been more vintage Walton.
A Gonzaga student made this video compilation of some Gonzaga’s greatest tournament successes and failures.
The Kennel moved from the McCarthey Athletic Center to the John J. Hemmingson Center, where Gonzaga students gathered to watch the Bulldogs reach the Final Four for the first time.
Gonzaga’s Josh Perkins swiped a pass and was racing downcourt for his first college dunk. Teammates constantly needle Perkins because the 6-3 sophomore guard hasn’t dunked in a game, but that was about to change when he crossed halfcourt. As he closed in on the basket he found an unexpected defender: A young lady sweeping the lane.
It won’t be the familiar setting of the 6,000-seat home Gonzaga basketball calls the Kennel on Thursday at the SAP Center in San Jose, California.
Gonzaga’s competitiveness on the court doesn’t just extend to the opposing team. The Zags welcome some friendly competition amongst each other, too.
Inside the SAP Center, about 1,000 screaming elementary school-aged children waited for their favorite team to take the floor – the Zags.
Josh Perkins loves the state of West Virginia – the city of Huntington to be exact. That’s because Huntington is where some of his fondest memories reside.
After decades as prominent college basketball coaches, Bob Huggins and Mark Few have at times come off a bit prickly, particularly when dealing with sports reporters who have spent those years asking the same questions over, and over, and over. But when talking about each other, “Fewy” and “Hugs” sure seem chummy.
Gonzaga struggled at the free-throw line on Saturday when the Zags topped Northwestern 79-73 in the NCAA Tournament round of 32.
Northwestern was ready to fight Gonzaga for the right to play in the Sweet 16, and the Wildcats made sure to bring a barrage of fans to cheer them on in the round of 32 against Gonzaga.
In a sport where gigantic athletes are not allowed to touch yet are constantly crashing into each other, a certain amount of controversy is expected. The most hated player at Duke doesn’t draw so many boos as an exceptional college basketball official.
Larry and Alana LaRock are devoted to the Gonzaga Bulldogs. The couple had not missed a home Gonzaga game at the McCarthey Athletic Center until this year – only because the West Coast Conference adopted a new schedule format where teams could play a split weekend schedule with one home game and a road game.
Fifth-year seniors Przemek Karnowski and walk-on Rem Bakamus have been part of Gonzaga’s five consecutive West Coast Conference tournament championship teams after the Zags’ 74-56 win over Saint Mary’s on Tuesday.
Nigel Williams-Goss, Przemek Karnowski and Johnathan Williams were named to the West Coast Conference All-Tournament team following the Zags’ 74-56 win over Saint Mary’s on Tuesday.
Gonzaga finally got its big celebration under the lights when it claimed the West Coast Conference tournament championship,
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Perfection was never a must.
Tuesday’s West Coast Conference men’s basketball semifinal between Gonzaga and Santa Clara was stopped after a couple possessions when it was determined the teams were using a women’s ball.
As Gonzaga gets ready to step out on the Orleans Arena floor on Monday to take on Santa Clara in the West Coast Conference semifinal, there will be one Zag watching from his home in Spokane.