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  • Oregon guard, Corona Del Sol product Casey Benson announces transfer to GCU

    Former Oregon and Corona Del Sol guard Casey Benson announced on Twitter that he will be transferring to Grand Canyon.
  • Report: Oregon guard, Corona Del Sol product Casey Benson expected to transfer to GCU

    Oregon junior Casey Benson will leave the Ducks as a graduate transfer, and he will reportedly is expected to join Grand Canyon's basketball program.
  • GCU’s Russell beats ASU’s Graham, but falls in final of NCAA 3-point contest

    Grand Canyon University guard DeWayne Russell had the home-court advantage on Thursday in the NCAA's three-point contest against Arizona State guard Torian Graham.
  • GCU head coach Dan Majerle: ‘I would be crazy to leave GCU right now’

    Grand Canyon head coach Dan Majerle is not leaving anytime soon, despite what you may hear on the rumor mill.
  • For last time, no March Madness option for GCU

    Grand Canyon University just finished its fourth and final season with postseason ineligibility, prompted by its jump from Division II to Division I.
  • GCU’s Russell, Martin and Braun named to All-WAC teams

    The Grand Canyon University Antelopes put together a 22-9 season, and with an 11-3 conference mark finished third in the Western Athletic Conference.
  • Braun leads GCU with nine 3s in thrashing of Chicago State

    Joshua Braun tied a school record with nine 3-pointers Grand Canyon's 82-59 win over Chicago State on Thursday for the Lopes' fifth straight win.
  • Exhibition with D-backs a valuable opportunity for GCU

    Grand Canyon University baseball's scrimmage against the Arizona Diamondbacks provided a taste of major league life.
  • Majerle: On relationship with Suns, GCU’s rise and not going anywhere

    Dan Majerle is in his fourth season as the head basketball coach at Grand Canyon University, and in that time the program has continued to rise.
  • Grand Canyon’s DeWayne Russell wins WAC Player of the Week for third time

    Russell averaged 22.5 points, 4.5 rebounds, 7.5 assists and three steals in two wins this week over Texas-Rio Grande Valley and New Mexico State.
  • Grand Canyon overtakes New Mexico State

    DeWayne Russell scored 31 points and dished out seven assists to lead Grand Canyon past New Mexico State for an 83-71 win Saturday night.
  • Keonta Vernon leads Grand Canyon past Texas-Rio Grande Valley

    Keonta Vernon scored 18 points and grabbed 12 rebounds, Joshua Braun added 17 points, and Grand Canyon beat UT Rio Grande Valley 76-57.
  • Late rally costs Grand Canyon in loss to CS Bakersfield

    Dedrick Basile drilled a 3-pointer and Matt Smith followed with a layup as Cal State Bakersfield rallied in the final minutes on Saturday night to beat Grand Canyon 65-62.
  • Grand Canyon beats Bethesda 95-66 behind Frayer, Braun

    Oscar Frayer scored 19 points, Joshua Braun added 17 and grabbed eight rebounds, and Grand Canyon ran away from Bethesda University 95-66.
  • Grand Canyon outlasts Chicago State in double overtime

    DeWayne Russell scored 25 points and Keonta Vernon a career-high 24 with 15 rebounds and Grand Canyon beat Chicago State 85-77 in double overtime Saturday.
  • Grand Canyon falls to Missouri-Kansas City despite Russell’s 27

    GCU's DeWayne Russell scored 27 but Missouri-Kansas City defeated Grand Canyon on Thursday night.
  • GCU’s Russell carried off, returns after injury scare in win vs. San Diego Christian

    DeWayne Russell, senior guard for the Grand Canyon basketball team, left against San Diego Christian with an apparent left knee injury.
  • Grand Canyon beats Rio Grande for second conference win

    Keonta Vernon scored 20 points and grabbed nine rebounds as Grand Canyon beat Rio Grande 79-66 on Saturday night.
  • DeWayne Russell scores 20 but GCU falls at NMSU

    DeWayne Russell scored 20 points for the Grand Canyon Antelopes, while Joshua Braun added 16 against the New Mexico State Aggies.
  • 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.