3:26 PM EDT, Sun April 26, 2015
Gonzaga Bulldogs Rumors & News
Spokesman-Review 12 hours ago
@SRjimm Kyle Wiltjer has decided to return to Gonzaga, according to a GU source @JPBlanchette So when is it time for Lloyd McClendon to go all Joe Riggins on the Mariners and hurl an armful of bats into the shower?
Spokesman-Review Apr 24, 2015
The MLS Disciplinary Committee on Thursday announced a one-game suspension and undisclosed fine against Seattle Sounders FC central defender Chad Marshall for what was ruled “a serious foul that endangered the safety of an opponent.” The play occurred Saturday in the 13th minute of Seattle’s 3-1 win at Colorado. The suspension means Marshall will miss the Sounders’ next match: 6:30 p.m. Sunday against the rival Portland Timbers at CenturyLink Field. Marshall was the 2014 MLS defensive player of the year. He likely will be replaced by veteran Zach Scott (Gonzaga). Don Ruiz, Tacoma...
Spokesman-Review Apr 23, 2015
The ninth-seeded Gonzaga Bulldogs men rolled to a 4-0 victory over the eighth-seeded Santa Clara Broncos on Wednesday for their first win in the West Coast Conference Championships tennis tournament in San Diego. Alvaro Nazal and Nick Kamisar won seven of the final nine games to post an 8-6 win and give the Zags – who split the first two matches – the doubles point.
Spokesman-Review Apr 21, 2015
Kyle Wiltjer has decided to return for his senior basketball season at Gonzaga University, according to a GU source. The 6-foot-10, 240-pound forward had been considering the possibility of declaring for the NBA Draft but informed coaches and teammates he’ll be back. The early entry NBA Draft deadline is Sunday.
Spokesman-Review Apr 20, 2015
Junior forward Kyle Wiltjer has decided to return for his senior year at Gonzaga, The Spokesman-Review has learned.
SWX Apr 20, 2015
Jim Meehan of The Spokesman-Review reported rising senior forward Kyle Wiltjer will return to Gonzaga rather than forego his final season for the NBA Draft.
SWX Apr 19, 2015
After one tie score and two lead changes, the Gonzaga University baseball team found itself on the short side of a 6-5 decision, losing to Portland Sunday afternoon at Joe Etzel Field.
Spokesman-Review Apr 19, 2015
Below is a sampling of blog reports from The Spokesman-Review sportswriters. Look for blog items daily at spokesman.com/blogs/ sportslink. 6: Tuesday: You never know. Just like the games themselves, the sporting world rarely follows a script. I didn’t plan on sending out texts, making phone calls and scouring NBA mock drafts on Monday, but that’s what happened when it became known that Kyle Wiltjer is considering skipping his senior season at Gonzaga.
SWX Apr 18, 2015
The Gonzaga University baseball squad saw its West Coast Conference win streak snapped at six games Saturday, falling to Portland by a 10-6 score at Joe Etzel Field in Portland.Like in game one of the series, the Pilots opened scoring in the first inning, but this time the home squad scored five runs in the first frame.
SportsLink | Spokesman-Review Apr 18, 2015
One big man coming back, one big man still undecided. Przemek Karnowski announced Friday he is returning to Gonzaga for his senior season. The 7-foot-1 center from Torun, Poland, weighed his options before deciding to finish out his collegiate eligibility. Karnowski and Domantas Sabonis give Gonzaga two-thirds of the frontcourt that helped the Zags piled up 35 wins last season. Karnowski has an intriguing future. His development has been impressive and theres still plenty of room for growth. The offense often ran through him last season and his low-post presence led to baskets, foul...
Spokesman-Review Apr 18, 2015
Four hits, five runs, and one inning. Add that up and it equals a victory for the Gonzaga Bulldogs’ baseball team.
Spokesman-Review Apr 18, 2015
Center Przemek Karnowski announced Friday that he will return to Gonzaga for his senior season.
SWX Apr 17, 2015
Junior center Przemek Karnowski announced today that he has decided to return for his senior season with the Gonzaga men's basketball team.“After talking with my family and the coaching staff, I decided what's best for me is to stay at Gonzaga for my senior season,” Karnowski said.
Spokesman-Review Apr 16, 2015
Gonzaga Prep basketball standouts and good friends Otiona Gildon and Laura Stockton have played in a lot of games together in their four-year prep careers. They’ve been part of nearly 100 victories and two state championships.
Spokesman-Review Apr 15, 2015
PULLMAN – Although righty Andrew Sopko has been one of the most effective starting pitchers in the West Coast Conference all season, until last week he’d never started a game in the premier Friday slot. But with No. 1 starter Brandon Bailey battling strep throat, Sopko stepped in, and pitched masterfully in the 7-0 win. Sopko allowed a baserunner in each of the first three innings, but retired his final 16 batters and only allowed two hits while striking out eight in eight innings.