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WCC Ranking
 1. Gonzaga (7) 17-1(27-4) 
 2. St.Marys, CA (22) 16-2(27-4) 
 3. BYU 11-7(22-9) 
 4. San Diego 9-9(18-12) 
 5. USF 9-9(17-14) 
 6. Pacific 9-9(14-17) 
 7. Santa Clara 8-10(11-19) 
 8. Loyola Mary 5-13(10-19) 
 9. Portland 4-14(10-21) 
 10. Pepperdine 2-16(5-25) 

WCC Women 2017-2018
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Points Per Game
  Avg: 21.5
 1. Landale, St.Mary.21.5 
 2. Childs, BYU18.0 
 3. Bryant, BYU18.0 
 4. Feagin, Santa Clara17.6 
 5. Batemon, Loyola M.17.4 
 6. Pineiro, San Diego15.6 
 7. Gallinat, Pacific14.8 
 8. Edwards, Peppe.14.7 
 9. Ross, Pepperdine14.0 
 10. Williams-III, Gonza.13.5 
Rebounds Per Game
  Avg: 10.3
 1. Landale, St.Mary.10.3 
 2. Childs, BYU8.6 
 3. Williams-III, Gonza.8.3 
 4. Hartwich, Portland7.9 
 5. Tripp, Pacific7.6 
 6. Scott, Loyola Mary7.3 
 7. Caruso, Santa Clara7.0 
 8. Edwards, Peppe.6.4 
 9. Markusson, Loyola M.6.3 
 10. Bryant, BYU6.3 
Assists Per Game
 Emmett NAAR
  Avg: 7.8
 1. Naar, St.7.8 
 2. Ross, Pepperdine5.6 
 3. Perkins, Gonzaga5.4 
 4. Wright, San Diego5.0 
 5. Tripp, Pacific4.6 
 6. Batemon, Loyola M.4.6 
 7. Haws, BYU4.2 
 8. Ferrari, USF4.1 
 9. Feagin, Santa Clara4.1 
 10. Udenyi, Pepperdine3.4 
Steals Per Game
  Loyola M.
  Avg: 2.1
 1. McClendon, Loyola M.2.1 
 2. Small, Pacific1.7 
 3. Tripp, Pacific1.5 
 4. Bryant, BYU1.3 
 5. Pineiro, San Diego1.2 
 6. Batemon, Loyola M.1.2 
 7. Haws, BYU1.2 
 8. Caruso, Santa Clara1.2 
 9. Wright, San Diego1.2 
 10. Perkins, Gonzaga1.2 
Blocks Per Game
  Avg: 2.5
 1. Okonkwo, Pacific2.5 
 2. Hartwich, Portland2.3 
 3. Childs, BYU1.8 
 4. Williams-III, Gonza.1.2 
 5. Landale, St.Mary.1.1 
 6. Massalski, San Diego1.1 
 7. Markusson, Loyola M.1.1 
 8. Tillie, Gonzaga1.1 
 9. Atewe, Pepperdine0.9 
 10. Vrankic, Santa C.0.8 

No. 6 Gonzaga beats BYU 74-54 for sixth straight WCC title

Gonzaga University 2017-18
Mark Few Mark Few Few
Killian Tillie
Josh Perkins
Silas Melson
Johnathan Williams III
Williams III
Zach Norvell
# Name CM (INCH) Pos Bo NAT
33  Tillie Killian 208 (6'10'') F 98 France
13  Perkins Josh 190 (6'3'') G 95 USA
0  Melson Silas 193 (6'4'') G 96 USA
3  Williams III Johnathan 206 (6'9'') F 95 USA
23  Norvell Zach 196 (6'5'') G 0 USA
21  Hachimura Rui 203 (6'8'') F 98 Japan
14  Larsen Jacob 211 (6'11'') C 97 Denmark
24  Kispert Corey 198 (6'6'') F 99 USA
20  Pete Brian 185 (6'1'') G 0 USA
22  Jones Jeremy 198 (6'6'') F 96 USA
10  Wade Jesse 185 (6'1'') G 0 USA
2  Beach Jack 188 (6'2'') G 0 USA
Head Coach: Mark Few
Coach Assistant: Donny Daniels
Coach Assistant: Tommy Lloyd
Coach Assistant: Brian Michaelson

No. 6 Gonzaga beats BYU 74-54 for sixth straight WCC title - Mar 7, 2018

Gonzaga seemed headed for a dog fight with BYU to get a sixth straight West Coast Conference title. Once the Bulldogs started soaring, there was no stopping them.
Racing out for dunks and 3-pointers in transition, No. 6 Gonzaga overwhelmed BYU during a massive run to blow out the Cougars 74-54 on Tuesday night for its sixth straight WCC tournament title.
''That's probably as good a run I've been a part of in 28 years at Gonzaga, definitely in 19 years as head coach,'' Gonzaga coach Mark Few said. ''Fantastic defense that led to great offense. It was just a thing of beauty to see.''
Gonzaga (30-4), the regular-season champion, locked into a defensive battle with BYU (24-10) for most of the first half. The Zags revved it up at both ends and turned it into a title-game rout, reeling off a halftime-spanning 36-6 run to win their 17th WCC overall title.
Killian Tillie (6'10''-F-98) had 22 points, Zach Norvell (6'5''-G). added 17 and the Bulldogs held BYU to 35 percent shooting to win their 17th straight conference tournament game.
The dominant title performance should boost Gonzaga's chances for a high NCAA Tournament seed and possibly a go-out-on-top end to the Zags' dominance in the WCC - Gonzaga is in talks to join the Mountain West Conference, possibly next season.
''Tonight, they were a handful for us,'' BYU coach Dave Rose said. ''It's tough when things get that lopsided. It's really tough when they get it going like that.''
Yoeli Childs (6'8''-F) had 20 points to cap a stellar tournament for BYU.
Heading into the tournament, Gonzaga appeared to be on course for another showdown with No. 22 Saint Mary's in the WCC title game.
The Zags, the tournament's top seed, did their part, beating Loyola Marymount and San Francisco to reach the title game for the 21st straight season.
BYU got in the way of the No. 2-seeded Gaels. The Cougars shot 61 percent and Childs had a career-high 33 points, lifting them to an 85-72 victory and into the title game for the first time since 2015.
Gonzaga won both meetings during the regular season, by eight in Spokane and 14 in Provo.
BYU was able to match Gonzaga shot for shot for most of a first half dominated by defense. The Zags found a little more room to operate offensively late in the half, closing on an 11-2 run to go up 38-29.
''For the first 17, 18 minutes, it was a real battle,'' said BYU's Payton Dastrup (6'10''-F), who had 11 points. ''They seemed to flip a switch and create some havoc.''
Childs had 16 points on 6-of-10 shooting in the first half, making all three of his 3-point attempts. The rest of the Cougars: 5 for 20.
Gonzaga continued its surge to open the second half, holding BYU without a field goal the opening 5 minutes while going on a 11-1 run. The Zags kept pouring it on, pushing the lead to 57-31.
''It was a thing of beauty to see,'' Few said.

BYU seemed worn out in its third game in four days, unable to keep up with the flying Bulldogs.
If this is Gonzaga's final WCC tournament appearance, it went out with a flourish.

Childs had a superb first half on the heels of his career-best game in the semifinals. Gonzaga made it much tougher for the sophomore forward in the second half, holding him to four points on 1-of-6 shooting.
''He got the ball in some pretty tough spots,'' Rice said. ''We didn't get the ball to him in angles where he's really good. The made some really good adjustments on him, making it tougher for him to get an angle to scre.''

Killian, who is French, was asked to describe Gonzaga's performance in one word in his native language.
''Ensemble,'' he said. ''It means together, as a group. We were all sharing the ball, it was great.''

BYU has slim NCAA tournament chances and could end up in one of the smaller postseason tournaments.
''We played most of the season with eight scholarship players and they kept fighting and kept battling,'' Rose said. ''It's hard to win one game, let along 24 in a season. I'll go to a battle with these guys anytime.''
Gonzaga could be up for a top-2 seed when the NCAA Tournament field is revealed Sunday.

WCC Tournament Final: Gonzaga - BYU 74-54
WCC Tournament Semifinals:
Gonzaga - San Francisco 88-60
BYU - Saint Mary's 85-72

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All-WCC Awards 2018 - Mar 7, 2018

All-WCC 1st Team 2018
Elijah Bryant
Yoeli Childs
KJ Feagin
Frankie Ferrari
Rui Hachimura

All-Tournament MVP: Killian Tillie (6'10''-F-98) of Gonzaga
Player of the Year: Jock Landale (6'11''-C) of St.Mary's, CA
Defensive Player of the Year: Namdi Okonkwo (7'0''-C-94) of Pacific
Newcomer of the Year: Zach Norvell (6'5''-G) of Gonzaga
Coach of the Year: Mark Few of Gonzaga

1st Team
G: Elijah Bryant (6'5''-G-95) of BYU
F: Yoeli Childs (6'8''-F) of BYU
G: KJ Feagin (6'1''-G) of Santa Clara
G: Frankie Ferrari (5'11''-G) of USF
F: Rui Hachimura (6'8''-F-98) of Gonzaga
C: Jock Landale (6'11''-C) of St.Mary's, CA
G: Emmett Naar (6'1''-G-94) of St.Mary's, CA
G: Josh Perkins (6'3''-G-95) of Gonzaga
F: Isaiah Pineiro (6'6''-F) of San Diego
F: Johnathan Williams III (6'9''-F-95) of Gonzaga

2nd Team
G: James Batemon (6'1''-G) of Loyola Mary
F: Calvin Hermanson (6'6''-F) of St.Mary's, CA
F: Killian Tillie (6'10''-F-98) of Gonzaga
F: Jahlil Tripp (6'5''-F) of Pacific
G: Isaiah Wright (6'2''-G-96) of San Diego

Honorable Mention
Olin Carter III (6'2''-G) of San Diego
Roberto Gallinat (6'3''-G) of Pacific
TJ Haws (6'4''-G) of BYU
Silas Melson (6'4''-G-96) of Gonzaga
Zach Norvell (6'5''-G) of Gonzaga
Miles Reynolds (6'2''-G) of Pacific
Colbey Ross (6'1''-G) of Pepperdine
Marcus Shaver (6'2''-G) of Portland

All-Tournament Team
C: Jock Landale (6'11''-C) of St.Mary's, CA
F: Yoeli Childs (6'8''-F) of BYU
F: Killian Tillie (6'10''-F-98) of Gonzaga
F: Johnathan Williams III (6'9''-F-95) of Gonzaga
G: James Batemon (6'1''-G) of Loyola Mary

All-Freshman Team
G: Souley Boum (6'3''-G) of USF
G: Zach Norvell (6'5''-G) of Gonzaga
G: Colbey Ross (6'1''-G) of Pepperdine
F: Elizjah Scott (6'5''-F) of Loyola Mary
G: Marcus Shaver (6'2''-G) of Portland


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