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  • GCU’s Dan Majerle in for the long haul

    When Phoenix Suns legend Dan Majerle was named the head coach at Grand Canyon University in March of 2013, many were surprised. Majerle had just served as an assistant coach for the Suns for five seasons and may have been in the pipeline for some head coaching opportunities in the NBA. The 2013-14 season would […]
  • DeWayne Russell leads Grand Canyon to win in conference opener

    DeWayne Russell had 24 points and eight assists to lead Grand Canyon to a 73-65 home win over CSU Bakersfield on Saturday in the WAC opener for both teams. Russell shot 8-of-10 from the field to lead GCU (10-8, 1-0 WAC) to the victory. Daniel Alexander also went 8-for-10 from the floor, scoring 19 points […]
  • 4-star recruit Dominic Magee transfers to Grand Canyon

    Before originally committing to Memphis, Magee received offers from a dozen other schools, including Arizona and UCLA.
  • Dan Majerle earns first ‘signature win’ as Grand Canyon basketball coach

    Grand Canyon upset New Mexico, giving head coach Dan Majerle his first signature win as 'Lopes head coach.
  • GCU guard Joshua Braun named WAC player of the week

    Grand Canyon guard Joshua Braun has been recognized as the Western Athletic Conference Men's Basketball Player of the Week.
  • Despite tournament ineligibility, GCU coach Dan Majerle experiencing success

    Majerle took over GCU's reins last season -- its first year at the Division I level -- and led the Antelopes to a surprising .500 record.
  • GCU names Mike Vaught as new vice president of athletics

    Grand Canyon University introduced its new vice president of athletics, Mike Vaught, on Wednesday. Vaught was the deputy athletic director at Southern Methodist University for the past six years, and was involved in the hire of current men’s basketball coach Larry Brown. Before working at SMU, Vaught was the assistant athletic director at Rice University, […]
  • GCU head coach Dan Majerle recaps first Division I season

    It was a year of firsts for the Grand Canyon University men’s basketball team. The program played in its first year of Division I eligibility and head coach Dan Majerle led the team to a postseason tournament in his first year on the job. “Overall our season was fantastic, a lot better than I imagined […]
  • GCU accepts CIT Tournament bid

    In their first year in Divison I basketball, the Grand Canyon Antelopes are headed to the postseason. GCU has accepted an invitation to the 2014 Postseason Tournament. The Antelopes will host a first-round game at Antelope Gymnasium Wednesday, March 19. The ‘Lopes went 15-14 overall and finished third (10-6) in the WAC under first-year […]
  • Despite first-year success, Dan Majerle and GCU have overcome some adversity

    While the Phoenix Suns have been garnering local and national headlines for being one of the biggest surprises in the NBA this season, there’s another Valley basketball team that has shocked its fair share of people, too. In their first year as a Division I program, the Grand Canyon Antelopes have been one of the […]
  • GCU A.D. Baker: Once upon a time, football was on the radar

    Grand Canyon University is in the midst of its first season as a Division I basketball school, with the Antelopes sporting a 12-11 (7-3) record as part of the Western Athletic Conference. So, naturally, the biggest question is when the school will have a football team. “That’s a great question and I get it all […]
  • Grand Canyon University on doorstep of Division I debut

    PHOENIX — The dress rehearsal is over. The curtain drops this week on the debut of Grand Canyon University’s foray into Division I basketball plus Dan Majerle’s head coaching career. “I’m more concerned about how we play and what we do and how we guard and if we run our system than I am about […]