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For the latter, we turn to Joel Ayayi, all of 20 years old and something of a Gonzaga graybeard as he goes through his fourth preseason in a Zag uniform. He knows what to expect at practice, the grind of a five-month season and the soaring expectations that accompany each GU squad.
College basketball takes another step forward Wednesday with men’s and women’s teams holding their first official practices.
Petrusev said he’s happy with his decision to turn professional and believes he’s in the best position to realize his NBA dreams. He’s trying to forge his own path to the sport’s highest level, one that differs from GU predecessors that have made it to the NBA.
The Zags will face San Francisco on Jan. 2 at the McCarthey Athletic Center, two days after USF-San Diego and BYU-Pepperdine stage conference openers.
For the fourth time in five seasons, the Gonzaga women’s basketball team will open the West Coast Conference schedule on the road.
Gonzaga showed off its new home white uniforms with a 29-second video Monday posted on the men’s basketball twitter account. The tweet was viewed 14,000 times in the first 90 minutes, prompting a range of reactions with mostly positive reviews.
Gonzaga’s athletic department, facing financial strains caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, is asking men’s and women’s basketball season ticket holders for their help but not requiring it to retain their tickets down the road.
Gonzaga’s schedule is taking shape and the Zags are planning to have some home games before the WCC season begins on Dec. 31. GU is considering hosting a smaller bubble, or pod, with multiple teams.
The Gonzaga vs. Baylor showdown – one of, if not the biggest non-conference matchup in the upcoming college basketball season – has will tangle at 10 a.m. PT Saturday, Dec. 5, at Bankers Life Fieldhouse – home floor for former Zag and current Indian Pacers All-Star forward Domantas Sabonis – in Indianapolis.
Elias Harris is on the move in his native Germany, but not too far. The former Gonzaga standout signed with MHP Reisen in Ludwigsburg, located about 40 miles north of Brose. Harris played the previous seven seasons professionally with Brose Bamberg.
No matter what poll one looks at, it’s pretty clear Gonzaga is going to be at or near the top when the college basketball season begins in late November.
Former Gonzaga guard Geno Crandall is continuing his professional career with the Leicester Riders, the British Basketball League (BBL) team announced Friday.
The NCAA Division I Council provided some much-needed direction for the upcoming basketball season, setting Nov. 25 as the starting date for men’s and women’s games.
Nearly two weeks after pegging Nov. 25 for opening day, oversight committees for men’s and women’s basketball Friday adjusted to move up the timeline to Nov. 21, according to Stadium and CBSSports.com.
Ben Gregg waited a long time before receiving a scholarship offer from Gonzaga. It didn’t take the Oregon prep standout long to decide the wait was worth it. He announced his commitment to the Zags on social media Wednesday with the caption: “Dreams to reality.”
She’s been hired as an assistant coach for the Santa Barbara City College men’s team, adding her name to an extremely short list of women on a men’s college basketball program coaching staff.
Brandon Clarke finished fourth in the voting for rookie of the year. Memphis teammate Ja Morant received 99 of 100 first-place votes from a panel of 100 sportswriters and broadcasters.
College basketball recently lost two coaching icons with the deaths of Thompson, who turned Georgetown into a national power, and Lute Olson, who did the same at Arizona. Both Hall of Fame coaches made a huge impression on Few, who was fan of the Hoyas’ tenacity and toughness and the Wildcats’ fluid style of play.
The term bubble in college basketball parlance could have new meaning for the upcoming season.
Former Gonzaga center Przemek Karnowski, sidelined by injury since May, 2019, has an opportunity to return to professional basketball.The 7-foot-1 Karnowski is trying out with Stelmet Enea in his native Poland,