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The Grand Canyon women's basketball team responded with great effort against New Mexico State after a tough loss to UT Rio Grande Valley on Thursday. The Antelopes pushed New Mexico State to its limit and fought all the way until the very end but the Lopes fell two points. . . Read More
EDINBURG, Texas – The Grand Canyon women's basketball team kicked off its Western Athletic Conference schedule on the road with a matchup against UT Rio Grande Valley. The Lopes were unable to recover from a large first-half deficit as they dropped the WAC opener to the Vaqueros, 52-28.. . . Read More
Before the Grand Canyon women's basketball team headed home for Christmas, head coach Trent May's squad hosted Northern Colorado (5-4) and the Lopes were able to shoot 51 percent from the field to defeat the Bears 69-59. Grand Canyon was able to get back to its winning ways behind . . . Read More
Brooke Pahukoa score 19 points to lead six Broncos in double-figure scoring Sunday afternoon as Boise State raced past Portland 89-49 to hand coach Gordy Presnell his school record 180th win in charge of the blue and orange.. . . Read More
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – Grand Canyon shot a scorching 54 percent from the field and 38 percent from long distance, but the Lopes fell to Abilene Christian 75-71 in their first game of the Air Force Classic on Friday night.. . . Read More
Brooke Pahukoa scored 21 points Friday night against Auburn but it was not enough as the Tigers rallied to win 55-53 handing the Broncos their second consecutive two-point loss.. . . Read More
After being conspicuously absent from the first four games of 2015-16 season, Eva Patterson-Heath has decided to retire as the women’s basketball coach at Fayetteville State, the school announced Monday. Patterson-Heath seemed optimistic during the preseason about rebounding from last year’s 8-18. . . Read More
The Grand Canyon women's basketball team played its final game in the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame Challenge in Spokane, Wash. as they faced West Virginia. The Antelopes shot 56.5 percent from the field in the second half to make a late comeback but the Lopes fell to the Mountaineers. . . Read More



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