Gonzaga shut down Santa Clara’s trio of guards in a 101-52 victory last month in Spokane. That’ll be the Zags’ first priority in Saturday’s rematch at the Leavey Center, beginning with junior KJ Feagin, an All-WCC preseason selection. Feagin is coming off a 23-point night in Saturday’s road win over San Francisco. His numbers had tailed off in WCC play prior to Saturday but he still ranks fourth overall at 17.6 points per game.
SANTA CLARA, Calif. – Gonzaga wants to avoid being in these situations, but it has aced three bounce-back tests following losses this season. The Zags followed up a double-overtime setback to Florida with an overtime victory against Texas at the PK80 in Portland. They came back from a loss to Villanova in New York City with a 27-point rout over Washington in Seattle. They responded from a two-point road loss to San Diego State with a 33-point drubbing of visiting Pacific to open WCC play.
Jock Landale scored the Gaels’ last four points to lead Saint Mary’s to the finish line. The 6-foot-11 center posted up for a layup with 1:06 left to put the Gaels up 72-70. He got loose again on the next possession for a layup off a lob pass to make it 74-71. Saint Mary’s center Jock Landale dominated inside, making 12 of 15 field-goal attempts, often against 1-on-1 coverage. He finished with 26 points, despite going 2 of 6 at the free-throw line.
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Selecting a term
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