LAS VEGAS – Tucker Keuter, who conducts the Gonzaga University band during men’s basketball games and plays trombone for the women’s games, has always had an affinity for mathematics and music. The twin pursuits have brought success and personal harmony to the senior honors student from Albany, Ore., who just accepted a full-ride scholarship to the Ph.D. program in biostatistics at the Medical College of Wisconsin, in Milwaukee.
VIDEO: Gonzaga’s Sunny Greinacher and Jazmine Redmon on WCC Tournament Quarterfinal Win March 7 vs. University of San Francisco.
LAS VEGAS — Following are some of Gonzaga women’s basketball Coach Kelly Graves’ comments after the Bulldogs beat University of San Francisco 81-68 in a March 7 quarterfinal at the West Coast Conference Women’s Basketball Championship at the Orleans Arena.
The top-seeded Gonzaga University women’s basketball team beat No. No. 8-seed University of San Francisco in a quarterfinal Friday night at the West Coast Conference Women’s Basketball Championship at the Orleans Arena. The women advance to the semifinals on Monday. Photos by Austin Ilg.
Top-seeded Zags Battle USF in Women’s Quarterfinal Today, No. 1-Seed Men Face Santa Clara on Saturday
LAS VEGAS – It’s game day for the top-seeded Gonzaga University Bulldogs who battle No. 8-seed University of San Francisco in a 6 p.m. quarterfinal at the West Coast Conference Women’s Basketball Championship at the Orleans Arena. The No. 1 seed Gonzaga men face No. 9-seed Santa Clara University in a 6 p.m. WCC Championship quarterfinal Saturday.
SPOKANE, Wash. – Just in time for March Madness, Spokane, home to Gonzaga University, has been named one of the “8 Havens for College Hoops,” according to the April issue of Where to Retire magazine. The cities were chosen for their appeal to retirees who enjoy college sports, as well as the other amenities that come with college towns.
SPOKANE, Wash. – Gonzaga University Television (GUTV) has launched “The Kelly Graves Show” online, featuring the Gonzaga women’s basketball coach and players. The first episode aired Monday, Jan. 27 and can be viewed below. The next three episodes will be streamed live at 4:30 p.m. on Feb. 10, Feb. 24, and March 3 at http://live.streamvuze.com/gutvhd. All episodes will be archived and can be viewed via this YouTube link.
Coach Kelly Graves, who has led Gonzaga women’s basketball to nine consecutive West Coast Conference Championships and six NCAA Tournament appearances in the past seven years, has found love to be a transformative strategy.
TRACKING THE ZAGS: This regular web series appears here as long as Gonzaga continues its season. By Grace Harrison (’13) Every spectator in the sold-out McCarthey Athletic Center this afternoon had his or her attention fixed on the court for every moment of the women’s NCAA tournament game where the Bulldogs took on the Iowa State Cyclones. The battle kept both teams within a few points of […]
After 32 games, months of practice, and winning the WCC tournament you’d think the Gonzaga women’s basketball team would have game preparation down to a fine art, and you’d be right. The Zag women have logged hundreds of practice hours and extensively studied the Iowa State Cyclones’ game films in preparation for their first game in the NCAA tournament, but it doesn’t stop there.