Gonzaga’s perfect plight ends in defeat


The drive for a perfect season with a national championship for the Gonzaga Bulldogs ran out of gas at the finish line last night, falling to Baylor 86-70. The Bears jumped out to 21-6 lead in the first 7-minutes and set the tone for the night, converting 43-percent of their 3-point shots and dominating with physical play in the paint.

Gonzaga coach Mark Few says Baylor was by far the toughest team the Bulldogs faced all season…

Mark Few on Baylor Loss 2021-04-06

Mark Few on Baylor Loss 2021-04-06

The Bears outrebounded Gonzaga 38-22 for the game and were just physically dominant. Coach Few says Baylor’s aggressive play was the difference…

Mark Few on Aggressive Play 2021-04-06

Mark Few on Aggressive Play 2021-04-06

After 31-straight wins this season and not losing since February of 2020, Gonzaga finally lost a game. Senior Corey Kispert says, thankfully, it’s a feeling he hasn’t had many times in his career with the Bulldogs…


Gonzaga finishes 31-and-1, just short of a perfect season culminating in a national championship. So how does Kispert summarize the season?

Corey Kispert on Season 2021-04-06

Corey Kispert on Season 2021-04-06

Baylor wins it’s first-ever national championship and Gonzaga will have to wait for a future season to try again. 86-70 the final as the college basketball season comes to an end.

White Sox pitchers strike out 15 in 6-0 win over M’s

The Mariners dropped to .500 on the young season with a 6-nothing defeat at the hands of the Chicago White Sox last night at T-Mobile Park…

White Sox blank Mariners 6-0

Carlos Rodon and two relievers combined on a 3-hit shutout for Chicago. Rodon went 5-innings, allowing just 2-hits while striking out nine.

Meanwhile, White Sox hitters feasted on Justus Sheffield, who allowed 6-runs on 8-hits over 5-innings, striking out 5 and walking 2.

Mitch Haniger got two of Seattle’s 3-hits on the night, including a double.

Manager Scott Servais says he knew Chicago would be tough coming into the series…

The two teams will go again tonight at 7:10 with James Paxton making his first start since returning to the Mariners this off-season. He’ll go up against Lucas Giolito for the White Sox.