12 Emma Wolfram
GU atop WCC on six-game winning streak
GU has recorded their three best offensive outputs in a row
GU on the road for WCC opener for third-straight year
Was entering senior season
Men's and Women's players will be signing autographs at Hoopfest booth
Gonzaga battles Oklahoma in Seattle
Check out the USATSI photo gallery from the West Coast Conference Championship game against Saint Mary's.
Gonzaga defeats Saint Mary's in 2017 WCC Championship
Photos from Gonzaga vs. San Francisco in the WCC Tournament on 3/6/17.
Gonzaga defeats Pacific in the WCC Quarterfinals on March 3, 2017 in Las Vegas.
REDSHIRT JUNIOR (2016-17): Game-by-game statistics ... Played in 31 games, starting one ... averaged 4.1 points and 4.1 rebounds per game ... fourth on team in rebounds ... tied for team lead with 34 blocks, fifth in conference and 211th in the NCAA ... had a career-high 14 rebounds at Pacific, also had a season-high 13 points in that game for a second career double-double ... made a career-high seven free throws in that game, and shot 72.3 percent (47-of-65) on the year ... grabbed eight or more rebounds four times ... scored in double-digits three times, two of which came against Pacific and Saint Mary’s in the WCC Tournament ... averaged 15.2 minutes per game ... had six or more rebounds in her final seven games ... had four blocks in wins at Pacific and at home against Loyola Marymount ... Honorable Mention Academic All-WCC ... Dean’s List.
FRESHMAN (2013-14): Redshirted at Gonzaga.
HIGH SCHOOL: Attended South Kamloops High in Kamloops, British Columbia...as a senior, she led South Kamloops to its second-straight British Columbia Provincial Championship...was tabbed the Basketball BC High School Player of the Year, the Provincial Championship Most Valuable Player, and the Defensive Player of the Year...as a junior averaged 28.0 points, 15.0 rebounds and 7.0 blocked shots per game and led South Kamloops to the British Columbia Provincial Championship; the school's first since 1964...for her efforts, she was named both Most Valuable Player and Defensive Player of the Tournament as well as being named the Player of the Year in the British Columbia province...as a sophomore averaged 22.0 points, 12.0 rebounds and 5.0 blocks and led her team to a third place provincial finish...was named tournament all-star and Defensive Player of the Year for her efforts.
Misc.: In the summer of 2012, she helped lead the Canadian U17 national team to a bronze medal in the World Championships in Amsterdam, collecting 15 points and 15 rebounds in the bronze medal game...was also on the U16 Cadet team that qualified for the World Championships in the FIBA Americas as well as was the youngest member on the Pan American team in 2011 in Mexico and competed against former Zags Kayla Standish and Katelan Redmon...played for Canada at the 2013 FIBA World Championships for Women, helping the squad place seventh.
01/12/2018 - WCC-Leader Zags Ready To Host Surging Dons
01/11/2018 - Big Third Quarter Propels Zags Over Pilots
01/09/2018 - Bulldogs Begin Split Week At Portland
01/06/2018 - Bulldogs Lead Wire-To-Wire Over LMU
01/05/2018 - Zags And Lions, Unbeaten In The WCC, Set To Battle In Spokane
01/04/2018 - Zags Dominate Waves Down Low, Win 73-51
01/03/2018 - Zags And Waves Begin Big Week At Home For GU
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