Since the 2018 Draft is behind us now, let's look to 2019.
by: N/A — The Spokesman-Review 21 Jun
Gonzaga is in the mix for North Dakota graduate transfer Geno Crandall. Crandall is expected to visit Gonzaga’s campus next weekend
Silas Melson, former Jefferson High School and Gonzaga guard, signs pro contract with Greek team Lavrio
by: OregonLive.com — Yahoo Sports 20 Jun
Silas Melson, who led Jefferson High School to back-to-back OSAA 5A state championships in 2013 and 2014, has signed a professional basketball contract with the Greek club Lavrio.
Gonzaga forward Johnathan Williams puts in time, miles to audition for NBA teams | The Spokesman-Review
by: AP — The Spokesman-Review 20 Jun
Johnathan Williams has been everywhere, man, he’s been everywhere.
by: Darnell Dickson and Ben Criddle Daily Herald — The Daily Herald 15 Jun
In 2005, the BYU men’s basketball team was coming off a disappointing 9-21 record. Steve Cleveland, who had rebuilt the Cougars after the dreadful 1-25 season of 1997, decided to
by: Thuc Nhi Nguyen — Orange Country Register 4 Jun
Sophomore Ryan Garcia helped UCLA avoid early elimination with a career-high-tying nine strikeouts against Gonzaga, but the Bruins were knocked out of the NCAA tournament by Minnesota.
by: Jace Frederick — Pioneer Press 3 Jun
After a season buried in bad weather, it was only fitting that Mother Nature would wreak a little havoc on the Gophers baseball team’s first home NCAA regional since 2000. Small storms caused…
by: Randy Johnson — Star Tribune 2 Jun
Reggie Meyer gave up one run and five hits over eight innings while striking out six and the Gophers scored five runs in the second inning to breeze to victory.
by: Thuc Nhi Nguyen — Orange Country Register 1 Jun
UCLA wakes up and gets to Gonzaga’s record-setting closer in the bottom of the ninth for a 6-5 victory to advance to the winners’ bracket of the Minneapolis Regional.
by: Doug Haller, azcentral sports — The Arizona Republic 31 May
Not long ago, there weren't many Final Four options in the West. That is changing which could make it more difficult for Phoenix to host.
by: Tom Schad — The Commercial Appeal 30 May
Cal women's basketball coach, Lindsay Gottlieb, says Southwest Airlines asked her to "prove" that her biracial son was hers before boarding a flight from Denver to Oakland.