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Grand Canyon 'Lopes

  • Braun has 31 points, Grand Canyon rolls over Utah Valley

    Joshua Braun nailed a career-high 7 of 13 from beyond the arc to total 31 points as Grand Canyon opened Western Athletic Conference action with an 82-72 win.
  • Russell drops 27 to push Grand Canyon past Alcorn State

    DeWayne Russell scored 27 points and Grand Canyon beat Alcorn State on Tuesday night for its fourth straight win at home.
  • Sean Miller on GCU: ‘I’ve never seen a student section in McKale filled with the visitors’

    Louisville coach Rick Pitino called Grand Canyon's home crowd the toughest he's ever faced. Arizona coach Sean Miller saw and heard the same in Tucson.
  • No. 19 Arizona pulls away late to beat Grand Canyon

    Kobi Simmons scored 13 points, Rawle Alkins added 11 points and eight rebounds, and No. 19 Arizona outlasted Grand Canyon on Wednesday night.
  • Dan Majerle, GCU ‘Lopes ready for another test in Arizona Wildcats

    Dan Majerle's Grand Canyon team is no stranger to tough opponents or environments, and they will head to another one Wednesday night in Tucson.
  • Louisville head coach Rick Pitino says GCU crowd tougher than Duke, Kentucky

    The Grand Canyon University men's basketball program isn't eligible for the NCAA Tournament until next season, but they aren't going to stay quiet while they wait.
  • Grand Canyon rolls over Coppin State

    DeWayne Russell had 18 points on 8-of-13 shooting and Grand Canyon held Coppin State to 14 first-half points on the way to a 70-37 win on Friday night.
  • Grand Canyon falls short against Penn State in HoF Tip-Off Tournament

    Grand Canyon basketball guard Joshua Braun made 5 of 10 3-pointers and led Grand Canyon (0-2) with 25 points in a loss to Penn State on Tuesday.
  • GCU basketball holds off Adams State in exhibition

    Grand Canyon basketball held off Adams State 88-83 in a home exhibition game Thursday behind DeWayne Russell's 17 points and 11 assists.
  • Valley soccer standout Niki Jackson helps build GCU program

    One of the top players in Arizona, Niki Jackson received numerous offers to play for top-tier programs. Instead, Jackson decided to play soccer at GCU.
  • GCU investing in sports medicine as part of move to Division I

    Grand Canyon University is adding 2,500 feet of space to the school’s sports medicine facility. It will cost between $500,000 and $1 million.
  • Women’s hockey is growing in the desert

    As women's hockey participation grows nationwide and explodes in Arizona, ASU and GCU are adding women's club hockey teams.
  • Grand Canyon falls in CIT quarterfinals to Coastal Carolina

    Grand Canyon basketball fell in the CIT quarterfinals to Coastal Carolina, ending the season with a 27-7 record under head coach Dan Majerle.
  • GCU takes down Jackson State, advances in CIT

    GCU continued their winning ways, taking down Jackson State 64-54 to advance to the quarterfinals of the CollegeInsider.com Tournament.
  • GCU defeats South Carolina State, first Div I postseason win

    Grand Canyon University claimed its first Division I postseason victory, defeating South Carolina State. GCU advances to face the Jackson State Tigers.