For WCC products with NBA dreams, the Draft was a bust. But, seven (maybe more!) get a second chance to make their dream come true in the NBA Summer League starting as soon as Independence Day. The first of the three NBA Summer Leagues takes place in Orlando, Florida and runs through the tenth. Then… Read More »
The madness is upon us. Five West Coast Conference teams are participating in the postseason — that’s a solid 50% of the league — led by the Zags and Cougars who earned berths in the NCAA Tournament. Here’s what you need to know about the opening games for Gonzaga, BYU, Saint Mary’s, Pepperdine and Portland.
For a conference that is looking to improve, a victory from which team tonight would do the most good? BYU, one of the WCC’s three nationally recognizable brands, stays on pace for March Madness with the W. Portland, a team looking to challenge those big three teams atop the league, could set its sights on… Read More »
After the Thanksgiving week tournament frenzy the WCC sits at 42-19 (.689) on the season. That puts the WCC behind only the Big 12, Big Ten, Big East, ACC, Pac 12 and SEC in terms of overall win percentage. Here is a run down of all ten WCC teams and what they were up to… Read More »
Nine of the ten West Coast Conference teams were in action on college basketball’s opening night. Get caught up on all the action.
No surprises to report from this year’s WCC Basketball Tip-Off Event.
Division I teams around the country took to the court for their first organized practices of the season this weekend. Normally a time for optimism and excitement, this year got off to a rocky start for the Waves.
October is upon us which means it’s time to look forward to this season. But, just one thing before we can put the offseason in the rear-view mirror. Three major jobs around the WCC are in new hands heading into this season. After the jump, get caught up.