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.
This year’s NBA Summer League in Las Vegas, which kicks off this Friday the 11th, will feature twelve WCC products (one more than last year) spread across ten teams. Fully half of the conference’s member institutions will be represented.
San Antonio won its fifth NBA Championship with a 104-87 victory over the Miami Heat in Game 5 of the 2014 NBA Finals. A third quarter eruption from Saint Mary’s product Patty Mills helped turn the game into a blowout. His 17 points not only earned him a championship ring but also the respect and […]
A nearly three month long mystery has been solved, we now know who will lead the West Coast Conference going forward.
It may be the offseason, but that doesn’t mean we can take time off from hoops. Just like during the season, a lot can happen in a short period of time. Thursday and Friday were great examples of that. Thursday: Thanks to his championship game heroics and an average of 24.2 points per game, Gonzaga […]
The first round of the 2014 Portsmouth Invitational Tournament is now in the books. Since my first post about the 2014 PIT was published one thing has changed while everything else went as expected (that being the WCC players winning and looking good while doing so).
Founded in 1953, the Portsmouth Invitational Tournament (PIT) has grown over the past six decades into the premier stage for college seniors to be seen by professional scouts. Three WCC student-athletes have accepted invitations to this year’s PIT. Anthony Ireland, Sam Dower and David Stockton look to follow in the footsteps of last year’s PIT […]
The second game of the CIT semis was a real clash of styles. Murray State is young and fast while Pacific is old and deliberate. This one went to the kids.