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  • Grand Canyon routs California Baptist

    Damari Milstead and Oscar Frayer scored 18 points apiece as Grand Canyon easily defeated California Baptist 91-58 on Thursday night.
  • Three Antelopes combine for 59 as GCU beats Chicago State

    Dan Majerle's Grand Canyon side defeated Chicago State Saturday. Three Antelopes combined to tie Chicago State's point total.
  • Grand Canyon comes up short in OT against UMKC

    Grand Canyon dropped its fourth game of conference play after falling in overtime to UMKC.
  • Dan Majerle on GCU basketball: ‘I hate being average’

    Grand Canyon head coach Dan Majerle coaches with the same intensity that helped him become a first-round pick by the Phoenix Suns in 1988.
  • Eli Chuha lifts New Mexico State over Grand Canyon

    Michael Finke had 16 points and five assists for the Antelopes (14-9, 7-3). Damari Milstead added 12 points. Alessandro Lever had 11 points.
  • Grand Canyon basketball falls to UT Rio Grande Valley

    GCU basketball tied the game late with a 3-pointer, but couldn't score again in the final 30 seconds. The Lopes lost to UT Rio Grande Valley.
  • Carlos Johnson with 21, Grand Canyon rolls to win over UMKC

    Carlos Johnson scored a career-best 21 points and Grand Canyon rolled to their third consecutive win beating UMKC on Saturday night.
  • GCU’s balanced offense leads to rout of Chicago State

    Dan Majerle's 'Lopes moved to 4-1 in WAC play with a decisive win over the Chicago State Cougars Thursday night at GCU Arena.
  • Milstead rallies Grand Canyon to victory with late run

    Damari Milstead had a career-high 25 points, scoring seven points in Grand Canyon's game-ending 13-1 run, and the Antelopes rallied to beat UTRGV 69-65.
  • GCU falls to New Mexico State on half-court buzzer beater

    Johnny McCants scored 17 points and hit a 50-foot, 3-point shot at the buzzer to give New Mexico State a 77-75 win over Grand Canyon Thursday night.
  • Jackson’s 19 lead GCU past Utah Valley in WAC opener

    Matt Jackson scored 19 points and Alessandro Lever scored 14 and Grand Canyon beat Utah Valley 71-60 in a Western Athletic Conference opener for both teams Thursday night.
  • Pineiro’s late 3s help San Diego edge Grand Canyon

    Alessandro Lever scored 27 points and Trey Drechsel added 11 for Grand Canyon (7-6). The duo each had a team-high six rebounds.
  • Alessandro Lever, Grand Canyon cruises past Mississippi Valley State

    Alessandro Lever scored 26 points and led Grand Canyon to an 85-64 victory over Mississippi Valley State on Saturday night.
  • Lever’s 17 sparks Grand Canyon past Northern Iowa

    Alessandro Lever scored 17 points and Grand Canyon won its first non-conference road game in three years by closing out Northern Iowa, 73-62 on Wednesday night.
  • Grand Canyon pulls away late, holds off Boise State

    Carlos Johnson scored 14 points to lead five Grand Canyon players in double figures and the Antelopes edged Boise State 69-67 on Saturday night.
  • Grand Canyon falls to Utah in Wooden Legacy, will play for seventh place

    Lever scored 16 points and Tim Finke added 14 for Grand Canyon, which fell to 0-3 all-time against Utah and to 0-5 all-time against Pac-12 opponents.
  • Grand Canyon keeps home streak alive, tops Arkansas State

    Michael Finke scored 15 points and grabbed seven rebounds and Grand Canyon won its second straight home game to start the season, thumping Arkansas State, 96-72 on Friday night.
  • Grand Canyon uses depth to beat Jacksonville

    Grand Canyon improved a record of 2-1 this season after a 76-59 win over Jacksonville on Monday night.
  • GCU falls as South Dakota State wins nation-best 21st straight home game

    Trey Drechsel and Carlos Johnson each scored 17 points for Grand Canyon as the Antelopes fell 79-74 to the South Dakota State Jackrabbits on Tuesday.
  • College basketball returns with heightened expectations for GCU

    While Arizona is a usual powerhouse and ASU has seen improvement over the years, keep an eye on GCU as the school looks to make it to its first NCAA Tournament.