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Andrew Nembhard Invited to Team Canada Qualifying Camp

Gonzaga Bulldogs point guard Andrew Nembhard has accepted an invitation to attend the Canada’s Senior Men’s National Team training camp in advance of the FIBA Olympic Qualifying Tournament. He will be joined by fellow Zags Brandon Clarke and Kelly Olynyk. Nembhard, who hails from Aurora, Ontario, is the only collegiate...
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Andrew Nembhard: Ball Screen Maestro

Andrew Nembhard wasn’t even supposed to play this season. Instead, he became the leading assist man in Gonzaga tournament history. And we get him back in Spokane for another year. When it was announced that Nembhard would be eligible hours before Gonzaga tipped off the season against Kansas, expectations went...

Andrew Nembhard to return to Gonzaga

Andrew Nembhard will return to Gonzaga next season, a source with direct knowledge told ZAGSBLOG. The 6-foot-5 Ontario native averaged 9.2 points and 4.4 assists for the Bulldogs as they went 31-1 and lost to Baylor in the national championship game. He received a waiver to play alongside Jalen Suggs last season after transferring from Florida.
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John Blanchette: Immediate introduction of Andrew Nembhard has proven greed can be good for Gonzaga

INDIANAPOLIS – And on Sunday, the Gonzaga Bulldogs reached the West Coast Conference portion of their March Madness schedule. Fellow Jesuit school in the dark unis. Put up some resistance for a while. Overmatched in the paint, slow to pick up on the extra pass. Ganged up on the ringleader and gave up on the other guys. Harried by an underrated defense. Resigned to enjoy the routine Gonzaga exhibition of ruthless efficiency and sheer joy.

SIMMONS: Canadian Andrew Nembhard looks to run table at March Madness with Gonzaga Bulldogs

He was like a kid at Christmas, all excited for the day, turning on his television with so much hope and wonder. Doing it year after year after year. “I don’t know how old I was, but I was pretty young,” Andrew Nembhard said on the telephone. “I got hooked right from the beginning. I love the NCAA basketball tournament. From as far back as I can remember, I always have.”

Andrew Nembhard and No. 1 Gonzaga are a great fit after his transfer from Florida

Gonzaga Bulldogs head coach Mark Few went to one of his freshman guards Jalen Suggs for his opinion on Andrew Nembhard. At the end of May, Nembhard withdrew from the 2020 NBA draft and entered the transfer portal, looking for a fresh start with a competitive team. The point guard played two seasons with the Florida Gators, where he earned SEC All-Freshman honors in 2019.
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Basketball a family affair for Gonzaga’s Andrew Nembhard

Thursday’s viewing schedule was set inside Claude and Mary Nembhard’s home in Aurora, just north of Toronto. Youngest son Ryan and Montverde (Florida) Academy were up first, followed by oldest son Andrew and Gonzaga taking on Pacific. The bonds of family and basketball are inseparable for the Nembhards. Claude coached...