Tim Derksen

San Francisco Dons #32 - Guard

  • Height: 6-3
  • Weight: 202
  • Seasons: JR

Ghosts of War Memorial Gymnasium

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A venue for tough games, memorable losses and strange plays

Jeremy Major and the Waves roll into WCC Semis

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The veteran Waves took control down the stretch and will advance to the WCC Semifinals for the second time in as many years under fifth year head coach Marty Wilson.

2016 WCC Tournament Preview

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One of these nine teams is going to cut down some nets in Las Vegas.

WCC individual awards and all-conference teams

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After a wild season that didn't go according to expectations there aren't that many surprises on the WCC's all-conference teams, which were released today.

Wiltjer and Sabonis named to All WCC First Team

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Josh Perkins lands on the freshman squad and Eric McClellan takes home DPOY.

The Final WCC Power Rankings of the Season

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The regular season is now in the rear view mirror so where do WCC teams stand heading into the conference tournament?

Saint Mary's clinches one seed in WCC Tournament

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The Gaels took down San Francisco 84-72 in the WCC regular season finale Saturday night to earn a share of the regular season title and the one seed in the upcoming WCC Tournament.

The Penultimate WCC Weekly Power Rankings

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Shake-up at the top, steady down the line in the rankings. The team of the week features five of the WCC's best known commodities.

Who should BYU fans root for in Gonzaga-St Mary's?

Who should BYU fans pull for Saturday night?

Emery, Cougars silence the Dons in 114-89 win

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After struggling to hit shots on Saturday, Nick Emery lit up the gym against San Francisco.

Zags reclaim top spot in WCC power rankings

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With Saint Mary's, BYU and Pepperdine all faltering, the newly-balanced Zags took care of business and now sit in the West Coast Conference's driver's seat as we enter the home stretch of the season.

Complete game guides Gonzaga past USF 86-48

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Balanced offense over all forty minutes. Gonzaga showed it is more than Domantas Sabonis and Kyle Wiltjer with a dominant win over San Francisco in Spokane.