Former Cougar Steve Gleason and a host of celebrities are in the Inland Northwest this week to raise money for those who suffer from Lou Gehrig's disease – and to have a little fun in the process.
Gleason, most recently a hero for the New Orleans Saints, was diagnosed with ALS in 2011.
by Gonzaga Athletics and John Goodwin, KHQ Sports Staff
SPOKANE, Wash. - Six former Gonzaga University women's rowers will race in the Coeur d'Alene Ironman Sunday. Katie Atkins (2006-09), Samantha Cekovic (2007-10), Courtney Haase (2000-03), Karen O'Hagen (2002-05), Julie Smetana (2005
(Courtesy: Gonzaga Athletics) DURHAM, N.C. - Gonzaga University sophomore pitcher/first baseman Marco Gonzales has been named to the Baseball America All-American First Team, as voted by the staff of Baseball America after the first weekend of the College World Series.
Gonzales becomes the third
Former Gonzaga great Jason Bay was scheduled to visit a doctor on Tuesday to find out just how serious his latest concussion is.
Bay suffered a concussion in the Mets' game against the Reds last Friday when he ran into the left field wall. The New York Post said he met with a specialist on
Gonzaga has landed another sharpshooter for its basketball team.
Head coach Mark Few confirmed Monday that Drew Barham will transfer to the program from Memphis this summer.
Barham was a redshirt junior last year and will have two seasons of eligibility remaining. He played in 49 games for the
Mathis Monninghoff became the third Bulldog to say he is leaving the program to play somewhere else.
Jim Meehan of the Spokesman-Review first reported on Monninghoff's departure on Thursday, saying he decided to leave college and play professionally in Germany.
The 6-foot-7 forward played in 23
There will be no more double-byes for Gonzaga at the West Coast Conference tournament in March. The Conference is switching formats for the upcoming season.
Andy Katz first reported the change Friday morning on ESPN.com.
Rather than let the top teams sit out the first two rounds of the conference
By the time the NBA draft comes around later this month, former Gonzaga center Rob Sacre will have worked out for 11 different teams. He will likely have interviewed with several others.
For now, it appears the native of Vancouver, B.C., could go some time in the second round. He might also go
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The Texas Rangers assigned 29 players to Spokane today for the start of the Northwest League season which opens Friday, June 15th at Avista Stadium. Highlighting the roster is Gonzaga University outfielder Royce Bolinger and four other players selected in the first 10 rounds
The Zags have reportedly gained a highly touted guard/forward by way of a transfer. Gerard Coleman, from Providence, will transfer to Gonzaga.
The news was first reported Monday by Jim Meehan of the Spokesman-Review by way of Twitter.
Coleman, a 6-foot-5 shooting guard or small forward, reportedly