Kruize Pinkins

San Francisco Dons #15 - Forward

  • Height: 6-7
  • Weight: 230
  • Seasons: SR

Zags Start Slow But Beat San Francisco 81-72


A career high from Przemek Karnowski helped the Zags overcome another poor start to pull out a victory against San Francisco and advance to the WCC Tournament semifinals on Monday.

WCC First Round: San Francisco Tops Pacific 62-58

The Dons' defense dominated, especially in the paint, and San Francisco survived a slow and sloppy opening round game against Pacific in Las Vegas.

No. 2 Zags Survive in San Francisco 81-70

Kyle Wiltjer's 29 points led the way as the Zags used a second-half comeback, and a zone defense, to improve to 24-1 on the season.

The return of Frankie Ferrari


...and the San Francisco Dons

BYU vs. San Francisco, round 2 preview

Trying to right the ship the Cougars will face off against the Dons in Provo.

Dons Sink Pilots in Portland 89-77


A stifling defensive effort from the Dons' held the WCC's fourth most efficient offense in check this afternoon in Portland. San Francisco snapped a four game losing streak and looks primed for...

No. 6 Zags Blow Out San Francisco 88-57


The Gonzaga offense was on display tonight in Spokane, both inside and out, as the Zags took care of business against the visiting Dons from the University of San Francisco.

What you need to know: BYU vs San Francisco part I

After two close games late in the season last year, the Cougars and Dons will pick up their series in San Francisco as the Dons are looking for revenge.

Handing out midseason WCC awards


Tyler Haws is playing like the WCC Player of the Year.

MMM POW: Evansville's D.J. Balentine

D.J. Balentine put together two strong games for the Purple Aces and walked away with the Player of the Week award. New Hampshire's Tanner Leissner grabbed freshman honors.

EWU Eagles Soar to 8-1 With Win Over San Francisco


Four Eagles scored in double-figures as Eastern Washington rode a three point barrage to their eighth victory on the season.

WCC Thanksgiving Week Wrap-Up


After the Thanksgiving week tournament frenzy the WCC sits at 42-19 (.689) on the season, seventh best among all conferences. Here's a team-by-team look at what happened while you were feasting on...