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  • Asbjorn Midtgaard carries Grand Canyon MBB over Dixie State 81-46

    Asbjorn Midtgaard registered 16 points and nine rebounds as the Grand Canyon 'Lopes romped past Dixie State 81-46 on Saturday night.
  • Big first half powers Grand Canyon men’s basketball past Bethesda 98-47

    Grand Canyon outscored Bethesda 44-18 in the first half as the 'Lopes went on to beat the Flames 98-47 on Saturday afternoon in Phoenix.
  • GCU believes basketball gets boost from WAC additions

    The Western Athletic Conference on Thursday announced the addition of four teams formerly of the Southland Conference, plus the addition of a Big Sky team.
  • Asbjorn Midtgaard leads Grand Canyon MBB past Tarleton State

    Asbjorn Midtgaard recorded 18 points and 11 rebounds to lead Grand Canyon University men's basketball to a 59-48 win over Tarleton State.
  • The top 16 headlines of 2020

    The Arizona Cardinals and Phoenix Suns made big moves in 2020. Meanwhile, the pandemic made for weird times in the sports world.
  • Remy Martin’s big 2nd half helps Arizona State avoid upset to GCU

    Remy Martin's 3-pointer with six seconds left in the game helped the Sun Devils avoid an upset defeat to Grand Canyon University in a 71-70 win on Saturday.
  • Jovan Blacksher Jr. leads Grand Canyon over Nevada 87-77

    Jovan Blacksher Jr. had a career-high 22 points as Grand Canyon topped Nevada 87-77 on Friday night to improve to 4-0 this season.
  • Alessandro Lever drops 20 as Grand Canyon romps Mississippi Valley State

    Big man Alessandro Lever had 20 points as the Grand CanyonAntelopes romped past Mississippi Valley State 88-49 on Tuesday night.
  • GCU releases men’s basketball schedule, hosts ASU in December

    The Grand Canyon University men's basketball team released its 2020-21 schedule on Monday that includes a matchup with the Arizona State Sun Devils.
  • GCU men’s basketball picked to finish 2nd in WAC by coaches

    Grand Canyon University's men's basketball team is well-positioned for its best finish in the Western Athletic Conference in four years.
  • WAC releases updated basketball and fall sports schedules

    The Western Athletic Conference in which GCU plays in released an updated basketball and fall sports schedule to better align with the ongoing pandemic.
  • NCAA Division I Council agrees on Nov. 25 start date for basketball

    The NCAA Division I Council announced on Wednesday it has voted to begin the 2020-21 college basketball season on Nov. 25, the day before Thanksgiving.
  • College basketball floats idea of bubbles for safe season

    The NCAA is hoping to start the season in late November/early December, with a vote by the Division I council expected Sept. 16.
  • GCU basketball announces 2020-21 schedule, to open in November

    Grand Canyon University basketball announced Wednesday its 2020-21 fall schedule, which is subject to change because of the coronavirus pandemic.
  • GCU men’s basketball season postponed as WAC delays fall sports

    Grand Canyon University's athletics teams are affected by the Western Athletic Conference's decision to postpone fall competition.
  • Coronavirus in sports: Yankees CL Chapman tests positive for COVID-19

    We're tracking coronavirus' outbreak within the sports world as the virus threatens the health and safety of people around the world.
  • Coronavirus cancellation timeline: MLB cancels All-Star Game

    Here's a look at everything that's transpired and all things impacted by the coronavirus this week in the sports landscape.
  • GCU men’s basketball quarantines following 6 positive COVID-19 tests

    Grand Canyon University's men's basketball team is quarantining after six positive COVID-19 tests, the school announced Wednesday.
  • ASU, GCU basketball schedule 1st home-and-home series as DI teams

    Arizona State and Grand Canyon announced that they will play a home-and-home series over the next two seasons, their first meetings as Division I teams.
  • Every Arizona-linked player selected in the 2020 MLB Draft

    Torkelson led off the MLB Draft to put ASU in a historic light, but he wasn't the only draft pick out of the state selected over the last two days.