Podcast: The Press Box
Sports talk from The Spokesman-Review, featuring Larry Weir.
The injury to Kayleigh Truong notwithstanding, the Gonzaga women are in a pretty good place.
Brynna Maxwell and the Gonzaga women are moving up the national charts.
It’s time for a holiday break, and few could use one more than the Gonzaga women.
For the first time in her career, Gonzaga point guard Kaylynne Truong is the West Coast Conference Player of the Week.
After two close wins last weekend, there’s even less chance the Gonzaga women will take anything for granted Wednesday night against visiting Montana.
Seldom has a stat been so misleading as the five points scored by Gonzaga’s bench players Monday night.
Two days after beating BYU, the Gonzaga women moved up one spot, to 22nd in the Associated Press poll released Monday.
It’s only mid-December, but the Gonzaga women’s basketball season is already full of surprises.
No matter the records, it just had to be like this.
The win over UC Davis was barely in the books when the postgame conversation turned to the Gonzaga women’s West Coast Conference opener on Saturday in the Kennel.
For fans of Gonzaga women’s basketball, it’s a reassuring feeling when Yvonne Ejim gets the ball at the high post.