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  • Preview: Gonzaga at San Diego

    Eighth-ranked Gonzaga, fresh off a wild 87-80 victory at Brigham Young in their West Coast Conference opener Saturday, travels to San Diego for a Monday night contest. The Toreros dropped their opener to visiting Portland in heartbreaking fashion Saturday night 61-58 as the Pilots ended the game on a 9-0 run capped by a game-winning 3-pointer by guard Alec Wintering with three-tenths of a second to play. The loss snapped a three-game win streak for San Diego which included an impressive road victory at UC Santa Barbara (79-65) and a home win over New Orleans (85-60).
  • USC frustrated by turnovers in 76-68 loss to Portland State

    Slightly more than a year ago, when Jordan McLaughlin visited USC, Trojans Coach Andy Enfield put on a video. Imagine yourself, he told McLaughlin, running this offense. McLaughlin, then a prized recruit from Etiwanda High, did, and he liked what he...

    Pilots' players remain fresh, engaged at end of long spring and summer

    Pilots' players remain fresh, engaged at end of long spring and summer
    HAMPTON — While their Peninsula Pilots teammates endured a long trip for a game at Wilmington, N.C., last Tuesday, Iowa native Taylor Ostrich went offshore fishing with his family, while Kyle Kempf and his family, in from Indiana, took a sightseeing...

    Loyola Marymount men advance in West Coast Conference tournament

    LAS VEGAS — Evan Payne scored 19 points as 10th-seeded Loyola Marymount edged past No. 7 seed Portland, 67-64, on Thursday night and advanced to the quarterfinals in the West Coast Conference tournament. The game stayed within a two-point margin...

    USC baseball shows signs of life with sweep of Northwestern

    Absent from the NCAA baseball playoffs since 2005, 12-time champion USC has been struggling to rid itself of mediocrity, and this weekend's three-game sweep of visiting Northwestern could be a step in the right direction. Second-year Coach Dan Hubbs has...