ncaa basketball

Fifth-straight Sweet Sixteen on the line for one Zag, first for others

Last year, it seemed almost hard to believe Gonzaga was making their fourth-straight Sweet Sixteen appearance in Los Angeles. Now, fifth-year senior Josh Perkins has a chance to go every year that he's been a Bulldog, while it would be a first time experience for guys like Brandon Clarke and Geno Crandall.

Zag Mania Game Plan for Thursday; it's game day!

It's finally game day, and Gonzaga has had a lot more rest than the Fairleigh Dickinson Knights ahead of today's 4:30 p.m. PT tip-off, but here's what the Bulldogs will be focusing on today to avoid any upset.

Vandals clinch No. 1 seed despite senior day loss

 Despite Idaho women's basketball dropping regular-season finale to Idaho State 73-67 on Saturday, the Vandals left the court with sole possession of its first Big Sky Conference regular-season title and number one seeding since returning to the conference in 2014.

Zion Williamson injury: Should he stop playing in the NCAA?

Zion Williamson is the biggest draw men's college basketball has seen in years. He is expected to be the top pick in June's NBA draft and is considered the best NBA prospect since LeBron James. At 18 years old, he's been a walking highlight reel for Duke.

Vandals fall to Mavericks

Idaho didn't get the result it wanted in the first game in the Cowan Spectrum this season, falling to Omaha, 89-80 to close out the non-conference home schedule.  

Roadrunners too much for Vandals

Another late cold stretch doomed the Vandals on Saturday night in the final game in Memorial Gym this season, with Idaho (3-6) falling to CSU Bakersfield (5-4), 73-67.

Vandals fall on the road

Idaho women's basketball (3-5) outscored the Cowgirls in all but the opening quarter, but it was a strong first quarter showing that gave Wyoming (6-2) all it needed to defeat the Vandals, 64-61, at Arena-Auditorium in Laramie Saturday afternoon.

WSU Adds One More for 2018-19

Marvin Cannon (6-5, 170, Small Forward, Richmond, Va., Barton CC) has signed a National Letter of Intent to play basketball at Washington State University beginning in the fall of 2018, head coach Ernie Kent announced Sunday.