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  • Thoughts from Newsmakers Week, Days 4 and 5: Keim, McDonough visit

    Newsmakers Week 2018! Every day this week I’ll give you a quick rundown of my thoughts on the comments of each guest throughout the week.
  • Thoughts from Newsmakers Week, Day 3: Majerle and Anderson in studio

    GCU coach Dan Majerle, Suns President/CEO Jason Rowley, Suns VP of Basketball Ops James Jones and ASU AD Ray Anderson joined Doug & Wolf on Newsmakers Week.
  • GCU head coach Dan Majerle has ‘best job in the country’

    Dan Majerle has an affinity for his current position as head basketball coach of the GCU Antelopes and is working toward accomplishing some lofty goals.
  • Colangelo: Grand Canyon basketball will continue to grow

    While Grand Canyon waited four years to compete beyond the regular season, Dan Majerle wasted no time turning his team into a prominent mid-major program.
  • Grand Canyon relinquishes lead, falls to New Mexico State

    New Mexico State thrilled a packed home-court crowd by coming from behind to beat Grand Canyon, 74-70 Saturday to stay unbeaten in the WAC play.
  • Grand Canyon unable to rally, falls to UT Rio Grande Valley

    Xavier McDaniel Jr. scored 17 points and made a key 3-pointer in the final minute to help UT Rio Grande Valley beat Grand Canyon 83-81 on Thursday night.
  • Josh Braun sparks Grand Canyon’s rout of Chicago State

    Joshua Braun scored 14 points to help spark Grand Canyon's wire-to-wire, 89-55 rout of Chicago State in a Western Athletic Conference contest Saturday.
  • Vernon leads Lopes to big victory over Kangaroos

    Keonta Vernon had 18 points and Oscar Frayer pulled down a career-high 13 rebounds as Grand Canyon raced past UMKC.
  • Grand Canyon falls behind late, loses to Utah Valley

    Akolda Manyang scored 14 points and blocked two shots, Conner Toolson added 12 points with three steals, and Utah Valley beat Grand Canyon 68-56.
  • Grand Canyon beats NAIA’s William Jessup

    Alessandro Lever scored 25 points, Joshua Braun had 22 and Grand Canyon rolled to a 96-80 victory over NAIA member William Jessup on Tuesday night.
  • Lever’s double-double powers Grand Canyon past UMKC

    Alessandro Lever finished with 24 points and 10 rebounds for his first career double-double and Grand Canyon cruised to an 86-69 victory.
  • Lever, Braun carry Grand Canyon past Chicago State

    Alessandro Lever and Joshua Braun combined to score 51 points and Grand Canyon kept Chicago State winless in Western Athletic Conference.
  • Freshman Blumbergs leads Grand Canyon to victory

    Freshman Roberts Blumbergs came off the bench to score a career-high 25 points as Grand Canyon cruised to a victory over UT Rio Grande Valley.
  • Lofton helps New Mexico State pull away from Grand Canyon

    Zach Lofton scored 29 points and made all 10 free throws and New Mexico State pulled away in the second half to defeat Grand Canyon 70-59 Thursday night
  • Grand Canyon pulls away from Seattle for win

    Oscar Frayer scored 18 points on 8-for-14 shooting and grabbed seven rebounds Saturday night to lead Grand Canyon to a 73-57 win.
  • Grand Canyon comes up short to illinois on the road

    Leron Black scored a game-high 20 points and grabbed 11 rebounds to lead Illinois past Grand Canyon University 62-58 on Saturday.
  • Grand Canyon thumps Morgan State in Las Vegas

    Joshua Braun scored 18 points and led five players in double-figure scoring as Grand Canyon blasted Morgan State, 100-74.
  • Grand Canyon falls to 9-4 on the season after loss on the road to Louisville

    Even after Ray Spalding hit the game-winning shot in Louisville's last game, he knew he could do better. On Saturday, he showed just what that could mean.
  • Grand Canyon coasts to 30-point victory over Longwood

    Fiifi Aidoo came off the bench to score a season-high 14 points on 6-of-8 shooting and Grand Canyon romped to an 86-56 victory over Longwood on Thursday night.
  • Grand Canyon dominates Mississippi Valley State

    Joshua Braun scored 16 points and grabbed six rebounds to lead Grand Canyon past winless Mississippi Valley State.