It won't take long for Gonzaga to find out how it stacks up in the West Coast Conference.
The eighth-ranked Bulldogs open conference play Saturday when they visit high-scoring BYU, which may have WCC leading scorer Tyler Haws at less than full strength.
Gonzaga (11-1) was picked by every conference coach to win the title except by Mark Few, who was not allowed to choose his own team...
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SEATTLE (AP) Kevin Pangos scored 11 of his 16 points in the second half, and No. 8 Gonzaga struggled to shake pesky Cal Poly before pulling away for a 63-50 win on Saturday night.
Gonzaga (11-1) was flat throughout and at times uncommonly sloppy playing its annual game at Seattle's KeyArena, letting the Cal Poly (5-5) hang around late into the second half before finally putting...
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Gonzaga is going three weeks without playing on its home court. That doesn't mean the Bulldogs, particularly Gary Bell Jr., won't feel at home Saturday night.
Bell, playing a short drive from where he grew up, and fellow four-year starter Kevin Pangos look to become the first Gonzaga players to go 4-0 at KeyArena in a matchup with Cal Poly.
This is the eighth-ranked Bulldogs' final...
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7 days ago
SAN BRUNO, Calif. – Junior forward Kyle Wiltjer was named the West Coast Conference Player of the Week for his efforts in back-to-back Gonzaga wins, league officials announced today.
Betting odds for the Gonzaga Bulldogs' 2014-15 season.
Best Player: Jesse Wade, Gonzaga Best Potential: Tony Lewis, Santa Clara Best Scorer: Tanner Krebs, Saint Mary’s Best Shooter: Jesse Wade, Gonzaga Best Rebounder: Tony Lewis, Santa Clara Best Passer: Jesse Wade, Gonzaga Best Defender: Bryson Lockley, Santa Clara Best Glue Guy: Kameron Edwards, Pepperdine Best Athlete: Chiir Maker, Portland 1. Gonzaga Bulldogs Jesse Wade...
Even though they're considered one of more talented groups Gonzaga has had, coach Mark Few is most impressed with how his squad is performing on defense.
The No. 13 Bulldogs look to continue their stingy play and win their 29th consecutive at home Saturday night against Division-II St. Thomas Aquinas in the NIT Season Tip-Off.
Gonzaga (3-0) owns the nation's second-longest home win...
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November 21, 2014
This season’s Gonzaga Bulldogs bring back Gary Bell Jr. and Przemek Karnowski from last year’s team, and adds one of the country’s strongest transfer classes in Kyle Wiltjer, Byron Wesley, and Eric McClellan. As a result this squad has arguably received more preseason hype than any of head coach Mark Few’s teams. The key to whether or not they live up to these expectations...
Kyle Wiltjer began his collegiate basketball career at Kentucky before transferring to Gonzaga last year and redshirting for a season. A promising big man who averaged 10.2 points per game during the 2012-2013 season, it appears Wiltjer has spent a lot of time working on his outside shooting while he has been held out of...Read More
Gonzaga University forward Kyle Wiltjer broke the world record farthest behind-the-back basketball shot. Previously at 24 feet...it is now set at 47 feet.Follow us on Twitter for exclusive stories, Subscribe by Email, or Return Home
College basketball season is creeping up fast, and Athlon Sports is counting down to Midnight Madness and the start of practice on Oct. 17. ...
The Gonzaga Bulldogs notched easily one of the most intriguing signings during college basketball’s early signing period on Thursday, as 6′-10″ Domantas Sabonis, who is currently playing for a professional team in Spain, signed a letter of intent for Gonzaga. Sabonis is the son of long-time Portland Trail Blazers center Arvydas Sabonis, and still only 17 years old. ...
I’m sure CBS announcer Andrew Catalon wishes he could take back his comment about Gonzaga’s center Przemek Karnowski. With Gonzaga up and Oklahoma State resorting to fouling, Karnowski, a Polish native and 50% free-throw shooter, Catalon dropped the comment that OK State was going for the “Hack-a-Polack” strategy. To make matters worse, his color-commenting partner, Mike...
Mephis' 6-foot-1 Joe Jackson blocks Gonzaga's 7-foot-1 Przemek Karnowski.**Follow us on Twitter, Subscribe by Email, View via Our Mobile Site, or Return Home
Joe Jackson is 6’1”. Przemek Karnowski is 7’1”. Who ever said that size matters?! I hope that Jackson makes it to the NBA next year so that we can see him participate in the Dunk Competition one day. Such a talented athlete. [.GIFDSPORTS] The post Joe Jackson comes up with ridiculous block on Gonzaga’s Przemek Karnowski appeared first on Diehardsport.
Haiden Palmer scored a jumper on the first play of the game and the Gonzaga Bulldogs raced out to an initial lead of 16-2, scored 50 in the first half and pounded No. 24 San Diego 79-50 on Saturday.
The loss was the second straight for the Toreros (15-2, 4-2 West Coast Conference), who began the week undefeated and nationally ranked for the first time in program history. San Diego...
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January 11, 2014
David Stockton is a solid little ballplayer for Gonzaga, but he won’t make anyone forget his father, John Stockton, the greatest player in Bulldogs history. Yet while David Stockton’s college career won’t be as decorated, at least one moment will be memorable — unfortunately for him. Stockton became the victim of a vicious dunk by Kansas State freshman Marcus Foster when...
No. 21 Gonzaga decided to enter the Octagon of Doom today to take on the Kansas State Wildcats, and Bulldogs’ guard David Stockton just became a victim. While the game is currently a tight one in the second half, Stockton was put on a poster by KSU guard Marcus Foster — look out below:
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Gonzaga's dominant offense has been slipping, but it hasn't yet caught up with them against inferior opponents. The Bulldogs might not be as fortunate with a similar performance against Kansas State and its stingy defense.
No. 21 Gonzaga will try to rediscover its shooting touch and knock off the Wildcats for the second year in a row when the schools meet in Wichita on Saturday....