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Spokesman-Review May 23, 2015

Area golfers will take their shots at Open sectionals - Sat, 23 May 2015 PST

Sean Walsh and Kent Hagen know the long odds that stand in their way of qualifying for the U.S. Open. Theirs isn’t the same road traveled by the 49 players (47 pros and two amateurs) who are in the field via one of 15 exemptions based on world rankings, past performance, etc. Walsh, a rising senior at Gonzaga, and 2014 Washington State grad Hagen are walking the same path as nearly 10,000 who submitted entries for 111 local qualifiers across the country.
SWX May 18, 2015
Zags End Season with Tough 4-3 Loss at Pepperdine

Zags End Season with Tough 4-3 Loss at Pepperdine

The Gonzaga University baseball team was just one out away from forcing extra innings during the 2015 season finale at Pepperdine, but a solo home run from Hutton Moyer gave the Waves a 4-3 walk off win Sunday afternoon at Eddie D. Field Stadium in Malibu.
Spokesman-Review May 14, 2015

Landers driven to defend walk-in status for lake - Thu, 14 May 2015 PST

A zigzagging sliver of water in the scablands southwest of Davenport is a model of rare opportunity for the muscle-powered sportsman. Z Lake isn’t named on government maps. It isn’t listed in Washington’s fishing regulations pamphlet because it’s open year-round with no special regulations.
SWX May 11, 2015
Gonzaga Takes Series Win Against Pacific on Senior Day

Gonzaga Takes Series Win Against Pacific on Senior Day

Another strong game at the plate and on the mound led Gonzaga baseball to a 6-3 win over Pacific Sunday afternoon at Patterson Baseball Complex Washington Trust Field. Not only did the victory clinch the series for Gonzaga, it helped the Zags' five seniors wrap up their final home series on a high note.
SWX May 10, 2015
Gonzaga Bats Wake Up For SWX, Beat Pacific 19-2

Gonzaga Bats Wake Up For SWX, Beat Pacific 19-2

The bats went to work early and often for Gonzaga Saturday night, exploding for 19 runs and 20 hits in a 19-2 drubbing of Pacific at Patterson Baseball Complex & Washington Trust Field in Spokane.
Spokesman-Review May 9, 2015

Shadle Park in 3A, Gonzaga Prep in 4A win GSL’s top seeds to regional baseball - Sat, 09 May 2015 PST

Shadle Park finally figured out how to win a close game, edging Mt. Spokane on Friday to win the District 8 3A baseball championship. Earlier Friday, the Highlanders posted another shutout, beating Rogers 5-0.

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Spokesman-Review May 8, 2015

Gonzaga’s Mark Few named U.S. head coach for Pan American Games - Fri, 08 May 2015 PST

Gonzaga’s Mark Few has been named head coach of Team USA for the Pan American Games to be held in July in Toronto. Few will be assisted by Colorado’s Tad Boyle and former Cleveland Cavaliers and Los Angeles Lakers coach Mike Brown. The 12-member roster will be comprised of current pros playing overseas or in the NBA Development League, as well as returning collegiate players.
Spokesman-Review May 8, 2015

Prep baseball: Gonzaga Prep, University post district shutouts - Fri, 08 May 2015 PST

Gonzaga Prep and University High both rode complete-game shutouts Thursday to earn the right to play at 7 tonight for the District 8 4A championship at Avista Stadium. In the early game, G-Prep’s Cael McKeirnan struck out the first three Central Valley Bears batters he faced in the 5-0 victory that guarantees the Bullpups (14-7) either a No. 1 or No. 2 seed at regionals next week in the Tri-Cities.
Spokesman-Review May 7, 2015

Gonzaga’s Mark Few named U.S. head coach for Pan American Games - Thu, 07 May 2015 PST

Gonzaga’s Mark Few has been named head coach of Team USA for the Pan American Games to be held in July in Toronto.
Spokesman-Review May 7, 2015

Area roundup: Gonzaga women will host Naismith games - Thu, 07 May 2015 PST

The Gonzaga women’s basketball team, which finished 26-8 and ranked No. 19, has agreed to be a host school in the 2015 Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame Challenge, the school announced Wednesday. The Zags, who advanced to the Sweet 16 before losing to Tennessee, will be among a field of schools including Farleigh Dickinson, Grand Canyon, Iona College, North Carolina, USC, West Virginia and Yale.
Spokesman-Review May 4, 2015

Chris Sarbaugh transferring to Idaho - Mon, 04 May 2015 PST

Chris Sarbaugh, the 2011 MVP of the Washington State 4A Tournament while playing for Gonzaga Prep, will be joining the Idaho Vandals for his final season of collegiate basketball.
Spokesman-Review May 4, 2015

Williams-Goss will transfer to Gonzaga - Mon, 04 May 2015 PST

Nigel Williams-Goss, a two-year basketball starter at the University of Washington and a 2013 McDonald’s All-American, said he will transfer to Gonzaga. Williams-Goss visited UNLV and Providence and had a trip scheduled for Ohio State but called it off after visiting Gonzaga’s campus over the weekend.

Williams-Goss transferring to GU

Nigel Williams-Goss, considered one of the top transfers in college basketball, has decided to transfer to Gonzaga. The former University of Washington guard picked Gonzaga over UNLV and Providence. He canceled a visit to Ohio State after committing to the Zags. GU hosted Williams-Goss and Missouri transfer forward Johnathan Williams this weekend. Williams averaged 11.9 points and 7. 1 rebounds for the Tigers as a sophomore last season. Williams will visit SMU next weekend and Georgetown the following weekend.
Spokesman-Review May 3, 2015

Nigel Williams-Goss will transfer to Gonzaga - Sun, 03 May 2015 PST

Nigel Williams-Goss, a two-year starter at the University of Washington and a 2013 McDonald’s All-American, said he will transfer to Gonzaga.