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2010 –11 DATE OPPONENT TIME Nov. 5 SOUTHERN OREGON 6 pm (exhibition) Nov. 12 SOUTHERN 6 pm Nov. 14 IUPUI ^ 1 pm Nov. 16 SAN DIEGO STATE ^ 8 pm Nov. 22 Kansas State % 6:30 pm Nov. 23 Duke/Marquette % 4:45 pm or 7 pm Nov. 30 EASTERN WASHINGTON 6 pm Dec. 4 Illinois # 2:15 pm Dec. 8 Washington State 8 pm Dec. 11 Notre Dame 5:30 pm Dec. 16 LEWIS-CLARK STATE 6 pm Dec. 18 Baylor ! 1:30 pm Dec. 22 XAVIER 8 pm Dec. 29 LAFAYETTE 5:30 pm Dec. 31 OKLAHOMA STATE 7 pm Jan. 2 Wake Forest 10 am Jan. 8 PORTLAND * 5:30 pm Jan. 13 PEPPERDINE * 6 pm Jan. 15 LOYOLA MARYMOUNT * 5 pm Jan. 20 Santa Clara * 6 pm

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DATE OPPONENT TIME Jan. 22 San Francisco * 5:30 pm Jan. 27 SAINT MARY’S * 8 pm Jan. 29 SAN DIEGO * 5 pm Feb. 3 Portland * 8 pm Feb. 5 MEMPHIS † 1 pm (Spokane Arena) Feb. 10 Loyola Marymount * 8 pm Feb. 12 Pepperdine * TBA Feb. 17 SANTA CLARA * 6 pm Feb. 19 SAN FRANCISCO * 5 pm Feb. 24 Saint Mary’s * 8 pm Feb. 26 San Diego * 6 pm Feb. 28 CAL STATE-BAKERSFIELD 6 pm Mar. 4–7 WCC Championship § TBA

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Ronny Turiaf 2005 2nd Round Pick Los Angeles Lakers

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head coach 10 John R Wooden Candidates 10 All-Americans 11 NCAA Tournaments in 11 Years No. 2 National Ranking in 2004 No. 5 National Ranking in 2006 No. 6 National Ranking in 2002 No. 10 National Ranking in 2005 No. 10 National Ranking in 2009 Mark and Marcy Few Recipients of 2008 World Sports Humanitarian Hall of Fame Nell and John Wooden Coaching Achievement Award

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2006 1st Round Pick 3rd Overall Pick Charlotte Bobcats 2009-10 World Champion Los Angeles Lakers

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Utah Jazz NBA Career Leaderin Assists and Steals 2009 Basketball Hall of Fame 2009 U.S. Olympic Hall of Fame

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Coaches. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-3 National Exposure. . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-5 Game Day Experience. . . . . . . . . . 6-7 McCarthey Athletic Center. . . . . . 8-9 World Class Facilities. . . . . . . . . 10-11 Academics. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-13 Community Service. . . . . . . . . . . 14-15 National Travel. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16-17 NBA Professionals . . . . . . . . . . . 18-19 Gonzaga and the NBA . . . . . . . . . 20 Playing at the Next Level. . . . . . . . 21 Next Level Athletes . . . . . . . . . . 22-23 Team USA. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 International Experience. . . . . . . . 25 Gonzaga University. . . . . . . . . . 26-27 Spokane, Washington. . . . . . . . . 28-29 John Stockton . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 Elite Programs. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31 Best in the West. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32 Radio and Television. . . . . . . . . . . . 33

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Mark Few. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36-39 Donny Daniels. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40-41 Ray Giacoletti. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42-43 Tommy Lloyd. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44-45 Jerry Krause. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46 Basketball Support Staff . . . . . . 47-48

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2010-11 Outlook. . . . . . . . . . . . . 50-51 Steven Gray . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52-54 Marquis Carter. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55 Demetri Goodson. . . . . . . . . . . . 56-57 Robert Sacre. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58-59 Mangisto Arop . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60-61 Elias Harris. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62-63 Kelly Olynyk. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64-65 Mike Hart. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66 David Stockton. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 67 Sam Dower . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68

Keegan Hyland/Mathis Keita Mathis Monninghoff. . . . . . . . . . . . 69 2010-11 Roster. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 70

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2010 Final and WCC Statistics. . . . 2010 Results . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2010 Recap. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . West Coast Conference. . . . . . . . 2009-10 WCC Stats . . . . . . . . . . . .

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National Honors. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 78 Basketball History. . . . . . . . . . . . 79-80 Memorable Games. . . . . . . . . . . 81-86 All-Time Roster . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 87 John Stockton – Forever a Zag. . . 88 Dan Dickau – All-American. . . . . . 89 Blake Stepp – All-American. . . . . . 90 Ronny Turiaf – All-American . . . . . 91 Adam Morrison – All-American. . . 92 Derek Raivio – All-American. . . . . 93 Jeremy Pargo – All-American. . . . 94 Matt Bouldin – All-American. . . . . 95 NABC All-Americans. . . . . . . . . . . 96 NABC All-District. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 96 Retired Numbers. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 96 WCC Honors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 97 All Conference Selections. . . . . . . 98 WCC Tournament Info. . . . . . . . . . 99 WCC Tournament History. . . . . . . 99 WCC Tournament Stats. . . . . . . . 100 Battle in Seattle. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 101 Ronald McDonald House Charities Classic. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 101 All-Time Tournament Results . . . . 102

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Tournament Results. . . . . . . . . . . . 104 2010 – NCAA Second Round. . . . 105 2009 – NCAA Sweet Sixteen . . . 106

2008 – NCAA First Round. . . . . . . 107 2007 – NCAA First Round. . . . . . . 108 2006 – NCAA Sweet Sixteen . . . 109 2005 – NCAA Second Round. . . . 110 2004 – NCAA Second Round. . . . 111 2003 – NCAA Second Round. . . . 112 2002 – NCAA First Round. . . . . . . 113 2001 – NCAA Sweet Sixteen . . . 114 2000 – NCAA Sweet Sixteen . . . 115 1999 – NCAA Elite Eight . . . . . . . 116 1998 – NIT Second Round. . . . . . 117 1996 – NIT First Round. . . . . . . . . 118 1995 – NCAA First Round. . . . . . . 119 1994 – NIT Second Round. . . . . . 120 NCAA Tournament Box Scores. 121-127 NCAA Tournament Statistics. . . . 128 NCAA Game-by-Game. . . . . . . . 128

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2010-11 Opponents. . . . . . . . . 130-138

Record Book

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Gonzaga – Guard U.. . . . . . . . . . 140 Record Book . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 141-144 100pt & Overtime Games. . . . . . . 145 Results When Ranked . . . . . . . 146-147 Vs. Nationally Ranked . . . . . . . . . 148 Series Record . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 149 All-Time Series . . . . . . . . . . . . 150-153 All Time Coaching Records. . . . . 154 Year-by-Year Results. . . . . . . . 155-162

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Dr. Thayne McCulloh Gonzaga President. . . . . . . . . . . . 164 Mike Roth – Athletic Director. . . 165 Athletic Administration. . . . . . 166-167 Athletic Support Staff. . . . . . . . . . 168 Gonzaga Coaches. . . . . . . . . . . . 169 Staff Directory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 170 Media Information . . . . . . . . . . . . 171 2010-11 Photo Roster . . . . . . . . . . 172

The 2010-11 Gonzaga University men’s basketball media guide is a production of the Gonzaga athletic communications office. It was designed and produced using InDesign and Photoshop. The guide was printed by Lawton Printing of Spokane. WRITER: Oliver Pierce DESIGNER, EDITOR & COVER DESIGN: Jennifer Smelko EDITORIAL CONTRIBUTORS: Liz Smith, Ricky Hoskin, Dale Goodwin GRAPHIC DESIGN CONTRIBUTOR: Mike Lee PHOTOGRAPHY: Gonzaga Office of Public Information, Zero Gravity Photos, Bart Rayniak, Allen Hubbard, Dale Goodwin, Shawn Toner/Explosive Illusions, Jay Metzger, Jeff Green, Columbus Crew Communications, Andrew D. Berstein, Amy Sinesterra, Dean Davis, Minnesota Twins Communications, Idaho Sports Photography, Kent Brown, Ankur Dholakia, USA Basketball, Garth Patil, Matthew Thayer, Wooden Award, Brock Scott, Caroline Williams, Dave Saffran (MSG), Kent Smith (NBA Entertainment), NBA Photos, Dorians Studios, Boston Red Sox Communications/Marc S. Levine, Mark Muelheim, NBA Hall of Fame Photography.

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Gonzaga Basketball Players Selected In The NBA Draft Year 1960 1961 1967 1971 1971 1975 1977 1978 1980 1984 1997 2002 2002 2004 2004 2005 2005 2006 2009

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Jean Claude Lefebvre Frank Burgess Gary Lechman Howard Burford Bill Quigg Ken Tyler Jim Grady Jim DeWeese Carl Pierce John Stockton Paul Rogers Dan Dickau & Mario Kasun # Richie Frahm Blake Stepp Ronny Turiaf * Ian Mahinmi Adam Morrison Austin Daye

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# Frahm was selected by the Charlotte Bobcats in the 2004 Expansion Draft but did not sign with the team. & Kasun signed a letter of intent and attended Gonzaga for one year but was ruled ineligible by the NCAA per foreign athlete amateurism rule * Mahinmi signed a letter of intent to attend Gonzaga for the 2006 season.

Gonzaga Basketball Players Who Have Played In The NBA Player Seasons John Stockton 19 (1985-03) Mike Champion 1 (1988-89) Austin Daye 1 (2010-pres.) Dan Dickau 6 (2003-08) Richie Frahm 5 (2004-08) Adam Morrison 3 (2007-pres.) Ronny Turiaf 5 (2005-pres.)

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Team (s) Utah Jazz Seattle Sonics Detroit Pistons Atlanta Hawks, Portland Trail Blazers, New Orleans Hornets, Boston Celtics, New York Knicks, LA Clippers Seattle Sonics, Portland Trail Blazers, Houston Rockets, Phoenix Suns, LA Clippers Charlotte Bobcats. LA Lakers LA Lakers, Golden State Warriors, New York Knicks

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Former Gonzaga Players Active in Professional Basketball (Indicates Active Players as of 10/6/10) J.P. Batista - Lithuania/France Matt Bouldin - Greece Ira Brown – Mexico/Argentina Austin Daye - Detroit (NBA) Dan Dickau - Atlanta (NBA)/Portland (NBA)/New Orleans (NBA)/ Boston (NBA)/Portland (NBA)/LA Clippers (NBA)/Italy/ Phoenix Suns (NBA) Micah Downs – Croatia/Belgium/Spain Will Foster – Portugal Richie Frahm – Philippines/Portland (NBA)/Turkey/Seattle (NBA)/ Portland (NBA) Minnesota (NBA)/Houston (NBA)/Italy/ Phoenix (NBA)/China/Turkey Zach Gourde - France Josh Heytvelt – Turkey/Italy Abdullahi Kuso - Ukraine/Korea/Japan Adam Morrison - Charlotte (NBA)/Los Angeles Lakers (NBA) Jeremy Pargo - Israel Derek Raivio - Germany Ronny Turiaf - Los Angeles (NBA)/Golden State (NBA)/ New York (NBA) Cory Violette - Italy/Turkey/CBA/Japan

Gonzaga Players Formerly Active in Professional Leagues Kyle Bankhead, Germany Duane Bergerson, Australia Jason Bond, France/Belgium Roger Bock, Tasmania Jeff Brown, Spain/Australia Frank Burgess, Hawai’i Chiefs (ABL) Casey Calvary, Japan/France/Idaho Falls (CBA)/Australia/Spain Mike Champion, Seattle (NBA)/Australia Dave Clement, Australia Jeff Condill, Ireland/Germany Jarrod Davis, Portugal Axel Dench, Australia/NBA Developmental/Australia/Portugal Kyle Dixon, Australia Quentin Hall, Holland/Belgium/Germany Jeremy Eaton, Holland/Hungary/Dakota (CBA) Ryan Floyd, Germany Richard Fox, Germany/Spain Todd Franklin, Australia Jeff Goss, Japan Bakari Hendrix - Quad City (CBA)/Greece/Italy/Huntsville (NBDL)/Philippines/ Colorado (NBDL)/New Zealand Hugh Hobus, Australia Erroll Knight, Israel John Kinloch, Argentina Sean Mallon, Germany Mike Nilson, Germany Jeff Reinert, Australia John Rillie, Australia/Greece/Australia Paul Rogers, Spain/Toronto (NBA)/Australia Lorenzo Rollins, Korea Jason Rubright, Ireland Matt Santangelo, Greece/Italy/NBA Developmental/Poland/Spain/Italy Tony Skinner, Germany Scott Snider, Holland/Portugal Doug Spradley, Germany/Holland Matt Stanford, Holland Blake Stepp, Minnesota (NBA)/Serbia/Cleveland (NBA)/Spain John Stockton, Utah (NBA) Marty Wall, Australia Dale Wiitala, Australia

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Gonzaga’s international players date back to 1959 and Frenchman Jean Claude Lefebvre, who at 7-5 was the tallest player in the NCAA Division I ranks at the time. Since then the international scene has had a major impact on Gonzaga men’s basketball success. They’ve come from all corners of the world – London, Croatia, Australia, Bahamas, Brazil, Nigeria, Germany and, closer to home, Canada. Australia was one of the first international hotbeds for the Bulldogs in recent years, producing such standouts as John Rillie, Axel Dench and Paul Rogers. Rillie almost singlehandedly shot the Bulldogs to the West Coast Conference title and their inaugural NCAA Tournament in 1995. Dench was a factor on Gonzaga’s NCAA Elite Eight run in 1999 and Sweet Sixteen appearance in 2000. Rogers was a part of the 1995 NCAA Tournament and 1996 National Invitational Tournament squads. Quentin Hall was part of the 1998 NIT second-round team and led the charge as Gonzaga almost upset eventual national champion Connecticut in the ’99 Elite Eight. Ronny Turiaf, from the French possession Martinique, was a crowd favorite from the first time he stepped on the court, and he was instrumental as Gonzaga kept its NCAA Tournament run alive from 2002-05. Brazilian J.P. Batista kept the Bulldogs rolling with his inside presence from 2005-06, and Abdullahi Kuso, from Nigeria, followed in Batista’s footsteps in 2007-08. Six current Bulldogs continue the international traditional. Canadians Robert Sacre, Kelly Olynyk and Mangisto Arop are joined by Germany’s Elias Harris and Mathis Mönninghoff, and France’s Mathis Keita.

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ALL-AMERICANS Over the past 12 seasons Gonzaga has had 11 players combine for 14 All-America honors with Dan Dickau becoming the school’s first AP first-team All-America selection in 2002 and Adam Morrison a consensus All-American in 2006. Matt Bouldin (2010) Jeremy Pargo (2008) Derek Raivio (2007) Adam Morrison (2006) Adam Morrison (2005) J.P. Batista (2006) Blake Stepp (2004) Ronny Turiaf (2004, 2005) Blake Stepp (2003) Dan Dickau (2002) Casey Calvary (2001) Casey Calvary (2001) Matt Santangelo (1999)

Honorable Mention (AP) Honorable Mention (AP) Honorable Mention (AP) First Team (AP/Wooden) Honorable Mention (AP) Honorable Mention (AP) Second Team (AP/Wooden) 2-time Honorable Mention (AP) Honorable Mention (AP) First Team (AP/Wooden) Second Team (Wooden) Honorable Mention (AP) Honorable Mention (AP)

JOHN R. WOODEN AWARD CANDIDATES Gonzaga has had nine players make the John R. Wooden Player of the Year list over the past eleven seasons with Casey Calvary, Dan Dickau, Blake Stepp and Adam Morrison each making the Wooden All-America team. Matt Santangelo Casey Calvary Dan Dickau Cory Violette Blake Stepp Ronny Turiaf Adam Morrison Jeremy Pargo Matt Bouldin

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Over the past 13 seasons Gonzaga University has established itself as one of the nation’s elite basketball programs, making 12 straight NCAA Tournament appearances with national rankings during the season in all 12 seasons. Gonzaga ranks second among NCAA schools with 239 wins over the past nine seasons. The Bulldogs have had nine John R. Wooden Award Player of the Year candidates and 14 All-Americans over that span. In addition, Gonzaga head coach Mark Few has the second best winning percentage by an active NCAA Division I coach. The Bulldogs have also enjoyed the home cooking of The Kennel over the past 10 seasons as GU has compiled a 120-5 (.960) home record and a 128-12 (.914) record in West Coast Conference play. Gonzaga has also put together 13 straight 20-win seasons.

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Gonzaga University has become one of the top men’s basketball programs on the West Coast over the past 19 years, holding the highest winning percentage and number of wins for an NCAA Division I school located in the states of California, Oregon and Washington. Gonzaga is one of only three West Coast school with more than 400 wins as the Bulldogs have posted an impressive 460-147 record over that span for a winning percentage of .758. Gonzaga had somewhat silently established itself as one of the elite programs on the West Coast until awakening not only the West Coast but the nation with its run to the NCAA Elite Eight in 1999 and to the Sweet Sixteen in 2000, 2001, 2006 and 2009. In 2002, Gonzaga again proved to be one of the nation’s elite programs reaching a No. 6 national ranking in both the AP and USA TODAY/ESPN polls. The Bulldogs returned to the top of the college basketball world in 2004 as they finished the season ranked No. 3 in the AP poll and climbing as high as No. 2 in the USA TODAY/ESPN poll. Gonzaga dominated in 2005 with a No. 10 ranking in the AP poll, the highest ranking on the West Coast. In 2006, the Bulldogs continued its domination, finishing the season ranked No. 5 in the AP Poll and finished in the Top 10 again in 2009 with a No. 10 ranking from AP. With 16 20-win campaigns over the past 17 seasons and an equal number of post-season appearances over the same span, the Bulldogs rank tied for first for post-season appearances since 1992. The Bulldogs 16 post-season appearances are tied with UCLA which has appeared in 16 post-seasons since 1992. The Bulldogs have also established themselves as the premiere program in the West Coast Conference over the past 19 seasons with an .812 clip in WCC contests. The Bulldogs have also won or shared 13 regularseason titles and captured 10 WCC Tournament titles in that span.

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Best In The West Standings from 1992-2010

2009-10 Rank/School Record 1 GONZAGA 27-7 2 UCLA 14-18 3 Stanford 14-18 4 Pacific 23-12 5 California 24-11 6 Fresno State 15-18 7 USC 16-14 8 Santa Clara 11-21 9 Washington 26-10 10 Oregon 16-16 11 UC Santa Barbara 20-10 12 Saint Mary’s 28-6 13 San Diego 11-21 14 Pepperdine 7-24 15 Long Beach State 17-16 16 Washington State 16-15 17 Portland State % 13-19 18 San Francisco 12-18 19 San Diego State 25-9 20 Cal State-Northridge 11-21 21 UC Irvine 14-18 22 Cal State-Fullerton 16-15 23 Portland 21-11 24 Eastern Washington 9-21 25 Cal Poly ^ 12-19 26 Oregon State 14-18 27 Loyola Marymount 18-16 28 San Jose State 14-17 29 UC Riverside ? 12-17 30 Sacramento State ~ 9-21

Overall Post-Season W L PCT Appearances 460 147 .758 16 436 183 .704 16 406 191 .680 14 348 225 .607 4 353 234 .601 13 343 255 .574 9 344 262 .568 9 306 259 .542 3 311 265 .540 10 313 268 .539 8 293 256 .534 5 299 263 .532 5 293 266 .524 1 284 287 .497 7 270 276 .495 5 277 289 .489 7 193 203 .487 2 271 289 .484 2 275 295 .482 7 267 314 .460 2 249 307 .448 2 237 306 .436 1 238 315 .430 1 213 320 .400 2 182 274 .399 0 219 341 .391 0 193 358 .350 0 178 349 .338 0 88 196 .310 0 128 398 .243 0

Post-Season Appearances Include NCAA and NIT only. ^ Cal Poly began Division I competition in 1994-95 % Portland State suspended its program from 1981-82 through 1995-96 ~ Sacramento State began Division I competition in 1991-92 ? UC Riverside began Division I competition in 2000-01

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West Coast Conference Standings 1992-Present

Conference W L Pct. 216 50 0.812 147 119 0.553 139 127 0.523 133 133 0.500 127 139 0.477 124 142 0.466 97 169 0.365 81 185 0.305

Overall W 461 307 284 308 294 271 237 192

L 147 259 288 261 266 289 316 358

Pct. 0.758 0.542 0.497 0.541 0.525 0.484 0.429 0.349

NCAA Tournament Appearances Since 1992 Gonzaga (1995, ‘99, ‘00, ‘01, ‘02, ‘03, ‘04, ‘05, ‘06, ‘07, ’08, ’09, ‘10); Pepperdine (1992, ‘94, ‘00, ‘02); Portland (1996); Santa Clara (1993, ‘95, ‘96); San Diego (2003, ‘08) San Francisco (1998); Saint Mary’s (1997, ‘05, ’08, ‘10) NIT Appearances Since 1992 Gonzaga (1994, ‘96, ‘98); Pepperdine (1993, ‘99, ‘01), San Francisco (2005), Saint Mary’s (2009) WCC Championship Game Appearances Since 1992 Gonzaga (1992, ‘95, ‘96, ‘98, ‘99, ‘00, ‘01, ‘02, ‘03, ‘04, ‘05, ‘06, ‘07, ’08, ’09, ‘10) Pepperdine (1992, ‘93, ‘94, ‘00, ‘02) Portland (1995, ‘96) Saint Mary’s (1997, ‘04, ’05, ’09, ‘10) San Diego (1994, ‘03, ‘08) San Francisco (1997, ‘98) Santa Clara (1993, ‘99, ‘01, ‘07) Loyola Marymount (‘06)

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few head Coach - 12th year 22nd at gonzaga Head coach Mark Few, Gonzaga University men’s basketball and success seem to go hand-in-hand. And 2010 was no different on the success meter for the Bulldogs. Gonzaga captured a 10th straight West Coast Conference regular-season title and made a 12th straight trip to the NCAA Tournament in 2010 as the Bulldogs were once again a player on the national stage. The 10 straight WCC regular-season titles is the longest current streak in the nation and ranks tied for fourth all-time in the NCAA Division I ranks, the Bulldogs knotting the University of Kentucky. His WCC record is 139-15, making him the active winningest coach in the WCC. The Bulldogs advanced to the WCC Tournament title game for the 13th consecutive year, the second-longest streak of years making a final of a conference tournament among the current conference alignments. Kentucky advanced to 14 successive SEC Tournament title games from 1939-52, a record Few and the Bulldogs could match in 2011. Another tough schedule saw the Bulldogs win the EA Sports Maui Invitational to put their name among the nation’s elite early in the season. Gonzaga also played the likes of Michigan State University, Wake Forest University, Davidson College, Duke University, the University of Illinois and the University of Memphis on the way to a 27-7 record. Few has never not won at least 20 games in his 11 previous years as the head coach. For the 10th time in Few’s 11 years on the bench the Bulldogs suffered only single-digit losses last season, Gonzaga’s 23-11 record in 2007 the only time the Bulldogs have suffered doubledigit losses under Few. The 2010 season was capped with a No. 22 Associated press ranking and No. 23 ESPN/USA Today finish in the final polls. The 2011 season will be his 12th as the head man after 10 years as an assistant at Gonzaga, his 22 years on the Gonzaga bench making him the longest tenured men’s basketball coach in Bulldog history. Hank Anderson was the head coach for 21 seasons from 1951-52 to 1971-72.

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The FEW File Birthplace: Creswell, Oregon High School: Creswell (Ore.) HS, 1981 College: University of Oregon, 1987 (B.S. Physical Education) Graduate School: Gonzaga University, 1993 (M.A. Athletic Administration) Wife: Marcy Few Children: Austin James (2000) Joseph Dillon (2002) Julia Ann Elizabeth (2006) Colt Walker Norman (2009) Coaching Experience 1986–88 Creswell (Ore.) High Assistant Coach 1988–89 Sheldon (Ore.) High Assistant Coach 1990–91 Gonzaga University Graduate Assistant Coach 1992–1999 Gonzaga University Assistant Coach April 16, 1999 Gonzaga University Named Associate Head Coach July 26, 1999 Gonzaga University Named Head Coach

The Bulldogs advanced to the second round of the NCAA Tournament in 2010, the Zags moving to the second round or beyond in eight of their 11 trips under Few’s tutelage. The continued success of 2010 followed on the heels of Few guiding the Bulldogs to the Sweet Sixteen of the NCAA Tournament in 2009, the fourth time in his head coaching tenure the Bulldogs advanced to the Sweet Sixteen. He was an assistant on the 1999 squad that made it to the Elite Eight. Along the way in 2009 the Bulldogs ran the table in the West Coast Conference with their third 14-0 campaign since 2004. Few’s career winning percentage of .799 makes him the winningest active coach in NCAA Division I, edging Roy Williams of the University of North Carolina who is at .798. Few brings a record of 291-73 into the 2011 campaign. The Bulldogs finished the 2009 season with a 28-6 overall record. Gonzaga was ranked 10th in the final

Associated Press Top 25 in 2009, the fifth Top 10 ranking for Few and the Bulldogs since 2002. While Few has achieved nationwide acclaim on the court, he and his wife, Marcy, are also active in the Spokane community. Through the effort of the Fews; Chanelle Lloyd, wife of assistant coach Tommy Lloyd, and a strong local committee, Coaches vs. Cancer, an annual BasketBALL and Gala held at the historic Davenport Hotel in Spokane, has raised close to $5 million since its inception in 2002. The weekend features golf, black tie gala and auction with all of the proceeds staying locally with the American Cancer Society. Mark and Marcy were honored for their philanthropy in June, 2008, as recipients of the Dell and John Wooden Coaching Achievement Award by the World Sports Humanitarian Hall of Fame based in Boise, Idaho. The award, begun in 2003, is presented to a coach, along with his or her spouse, who has made exceptional contributions to their community as well as their players and their futures. “To be honored for what you do away from the court, and to be honored with an award named after a truly outstanding couple like John and Dell Wooden is humbling,” Few said. “When you look at the list of people who have won this award in its short existence, and when you look at the members of the World Sports Humanitarian Hall of Fame, it’s like reading a Who’s Who in sports. It is an honor to be associated with these legends.” But what Few has accomplished on the court is equally as humbling, evolving Bulldogs basketball into an annual participant in the NCAA Tournament and into one of the elite programs on the West Coast as well as nationally.

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head Coach - 12th year - 22nd at Gonzaga

Mark Few’s Collegiate Coaching Record Year 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 Totals

School Gonzaga University Gonzaga University Gonzaga University Gonzaga University Gonzaga University Gonzaga University Gonzaga University Gonzaga University Gonzaga University Gonzaga University Gonzaga University (11 years)

Rec. Pct. 26-9 .743 26-7 .787 29-4 .878 24-9 .727 28-3 .903 26-5 .838 29-4 .879 23-11 .697 25-8 .757 28-6 .824 27-7 .794 291-73 .799

Conf. Pct. 11-3 .786 13-1 .928 13-1 .928 12-2 .857 14-0 1.000 12-2 .857 14-0 1.000 11-3 .756 13-1 .928 14-0 1.000 12-2 .857 139-15 .903

Conf. Fin. 2nd 1st T 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st -----

Other NCAA Sweet 16 NCAA Sweet 16 NCAA 1st Round NCAA 2nd Round NCAA 2nd Round NCAA 2nd Round NCAA Sweet 16 NCAA 1st Round NCAA 1st Round NCAA Sweet 16 NCAA 2nd Round 11 NCAA Tournaments

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head Coach - 12th year - 22nd at Gonzaga Since 1992 – his first year as a fulltime assistant coach with the Bulldogs – Gonzaga has posted a 460147 record for a .758 winning percentage. UCLA (.704) is the only other West Coast school to crack the .700 plateau. But success has been his trademark since taking over the head reigns for the 2000 season. With Few at the helm, the 2006 season marked the best campaign in the 100-plus year history of Bulldog basketball, the squad rolling to a 29-4 record, including a second 14-0 WCC campaign in three seasons. With national Player of the Year candidate Adam Morrison leading the nation in scoring, Few and the Bulldogs finished fifth in the final Associated Press Top 25 in ‘06, claimed a No. 3 seed into the NCAA Tournament and advanced to the Sweet 16 for the third time under Few. All of that came following the 2005 season in which Few guided the Bulldogs to 10th in the final AP Top 25. He is one of only two coaches to lead a team into the Sweet Sixteen in their first two years as a head coach since the bracket was expanded to 64 teams in 1985. While Few has continued Gonzaga’s string of postseason success, there are some individual player honors he looks to with pride. Morrison, recognized as much for his diabetes as for his ability to score, became the first Bulldog since Frank Burgess in 1961 to lead the nation in scoring at 28.1 ppg. Morrison was a household name across the country and he was up for every major Player of the Year award in the country. Morrison shared the Oscar Robertson Trophy with Duke University’s J.J. Redick, was named the CBS Chevrolet Player of the Year and was a close runnerup to Redick in the Associated Press, Naismith Award and John R. Wooden Award balloting for Player of the Year. He was a unanimous All-America selection on the AP first team. Morrison was taken as the third pick in the 2006 NBA Draft, the Charlotte Bobcats making Morrison the highest Gonzaga player ever drafted and validating the job Few and his staff did in developing Morrison’s skills. Ronny Turiaf is another Few looks to with pride as Turiaf earned his second straight AP honorable mention accolade in 2005 and joined with then-sophomore

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Morrison to give the Bulldogs two players with AP All-America recognition in the same season for the second straight season. Blake Stepp was a secondteam AP All-American in 2004 in addition to being a John R. Wooden Award Top 10 All-America pick. Few, who in such a relatively young career as a head coach is mentioned in the same breath with some of the more veteran coaches patrolling the sidelines,

The Few Era HEAD COACH Overall Conference WCC Year W L W L Finish 2010 27 7 12 2 1st 2009 28 6 14 0 1st 2008 25 8 13 1 1st 2007 23 11 11 3 1st 2006 29 4 14 0 1st 2005 26 5 12 2 1st 2004 28 3 14 0 1st 2003 24 9 12 2 1st 2002 29 4 13 1 1st 2001 26 7 13 1 1st 2000 26 9 11 3 2nd Totals 291 73 139 15

Post-Season NCAA 2nd Round NCAA Sweet 16 NCAA 1st Round NCAA 1st Round NCAA Sweet 16 NCAA 2nd Round NCAA 2nd Round NCAA 2nd Round NCAA 1st Round NCAA Sweet 16 NCAA Sweet 16

ASSISTANT COACH Overall Conference WCC Year W L W L Finish 1999 28 7 12 2 1st 1998 24 10 10 4 1st 1997 15 12 8 6 T- 4th 1996 21 9 10 4 T-1st 1995 21 9 7 7 4th 1994 22 8 12 2 1st 1993 19 9 10 4 2nd 1992 20 10 8 6 3rd

Post-Season NCAA Elite Eight NIT - 2nd Rd NIT NCAA NIT 2nd Rd

graduate ASSISTANT COACH Overall Conference WCC Year W L W L Finish 1991 14 14 5 9 4th 1990 8 20 3 11 8th WCC Regular-Season Titles (14) 2001-10; 1998-99; 1996; 1994 WCC Tournament Titles (11) 2009-10; 2004-07; 1999-02; 1995 WCC Tournament Championship Games (16) 1998-10; 1995-96; 1992 NCAA Tournament Appearances (13) 1999-10; 1995 NIT Appearances (3) 1998, 1996, 1994

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FEW has also accomplished plenty of “firsts” since taking over the reins for the 1999-00 season. Dan Dickau became Gonzaga’s inaugural selection to the Associated Press All-America first team in 2002, and also was tabbed Gonzaga’s first John R. Wooden Award Top Five All-American. Gonzaga’s name has also been called often in the NBA Draft. Dickau was a 2002 first-round choice of the Sacramento Kings, Richie Frahm went in the 2004 Expansion Draft to the Charlotte Bobcats and Stepp was a second-round pick of the Minnesota Timberwolves that same year. Morrison became the highestdrafted player in Gonzaga history at No. 3 by the Bobcats in ’06 and Austin Daye was the 15th overall selection of the Detroit Pistons in ’09. The Bulldogs also cracked the Top 10 in the national polls for the first time in school history in 2002, finishing the season ranked sixth in the Associated Press Top 25. Gonzaga’s 29-4 record also set a single-season mark for victories which was matched in 2006. A 10-year Gonzaga assistant head coach, Few was named head coach July 26, 1999, following Dan Monson’s departure for the University of Minnesota. Few joined the Bulldogs for the 1989-90 season as a graduate assistant under former head coach Dan Fitzgerald, then was promoted to a fulltime assistant for the 1991-92 season. He had been named associate head coach in April of 1999 following a season in which the Bulldogs became the basketball darlings of the nation on their March run which saw Gonzaga come within a few ticks of the clock of advancing to the Final Four. A loss to eventual national champion University of Connecticut in the West Regional Finals in Phoenix, Ariz., ended the Cinderella story that captured basketball fans from coast to coast. Former Gonzaga University President Robert J. Spitzer, S.J., and director of athletics Mike Roth didn’t hesitate in rewarding Few for his long loyalty to Gonzaga. “Mark had been an integral part of Gonzaga’s success the last decade,” Roth said. “I think that speaks well for the program when you can say your last two head coaches were promoted from within. It displays the loyalty they have had as assistants. We didn’t give Mark the job, he earned it. He’s continued to raise the bar in his 10 seasons as head coach.”

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head Coach - 12th year - 22nd at Gonzaga

Few’s contract assures his presence on the Bulldog bench through 2018, his long-term agreement reflecting the university’s commitment to Few and his commitment to Gonzaga. This will allow Few to continue to build on success he has enjoyed at Gonzaga. Few has always been known for getting the most out of players both and off the court. He is committed to total player development. Since Few arrived on the Gonzaga staff, the Bulldogs have produced 59 All-West Conference selections, 11 WCC Player of the Year recipients and six Academic All-Americans. “When a young man enters the Bulldog basketball program, I believe it is our responsibility as coaches to help them reach their potential in every facet of their lives,” Few said. “Our commitment to the players will always go far beyond the basketball court with a goal of producing the complete individual, one that Gonzaga University will be proud of long after their playing days.” Few and Marcy, married in 1994, became parents with the arrival of Austin James (A.J.) (2000); followed by the arrival of Joseph Dillon (2002), Julia Ann Elizabeth (2006) and Colt Walker Norman (2009). The Few’s wedding was more special because Rev. Norm Few, father of the groom, officiated.

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daniels Assistant Coach - 1st year DONNY DANIELS joined head coach Mark Few’s staff in March, 2010, and Few thinks he got one of the best coaches in the game. Daniels, who came to Gonzaga after seven years on the UCLA staff, replaced Leon Rice who was named the head coach at Boise State University after 11 seasons on Few’s staff. “We lost a phenomenal coach and person, but we’ve gained a phenomenal coach and person,” Few said. “We were able to hit a home run with our hire. He’s been on the bench for four Final Fours. He recruited those guys, developed them and coached them. He’s flat out one of the best assistants in the country.” Daniels is one of the most respected coaches in the country. In 2004, Rivals.com designated Daniels one of college basketball’s Top 25 recruiters. The 2009 Bruins’ recruiting class was ranked fourth nationally by Scout.com, and the 2008 class was ranked No. 1 in the country by several scouting services and national Websites. He also helped recruit the 2004 class that ranked No. 4 in the nation by Rivals.com and the 2005 class that sported five players ranked amongst the Top 100 players in North America. Prior to joining the UCLA staff, Daniels was the men’s head basketball coach at Cal State Fullerton for three seasons from 2001-03 and was on head coach Rick Majerus’ staff at the University of Utah for 11 seasons from 1990-2000. Daniels’ expertise is evident based on the recent success of the Bruins. UCLA won back-to-back-to-back Pacific-10 Conference titles from 2006-08 and made three straight trips to the Final Four in those same seasons. Additionally, the Bruins have produced six first-round NBA Draft picks in Jordan Farmar (2006), Arron Afflalo (2007), Kevin Love (2008), Russell Westbrook (2008), Jrue Holiday (2009) and Darren Collison (2009) in his six previous seasons as an assistant under Howland. UCLA has also had another four players drafted in the second round of the NBA Draft in Daniels’ tenure including Trevor Ariza (2004), Dijon Thompson (2005), Ryan Hollins (2006) and Luc Richard Mbah a Moute (2008). Daniels’ experience in all aspects of the game are what impress Few the most.

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The Daniels File Birthplace: New Orleans, La. High School: Verbum Dei (Los Angeles) College: Cal State Fullerton, 1977 (B.S. Criminal Justice ) Coaching Experience 1979 Volunteer Assistant Cs Fullerton 1980 Assistant Coach CS Fullerton 1981–84 Part-Time Assistant CS Fullerton 1985–86 Head Coach Los Angeles Harbor College 1987–89 Assistant Coach CS Fullerton 1990–2000 Assistant Coach University of Utah 2001–03 Head Coach CS Fullerton 2004–10 Assistant Coach UCLA March 30, 2010 Named Assistant Coach Gonzaga University

“His strength is he does everything well, and that’s what we kind of demand at Gonzaga. You recruit, you coach, you develop and you scout,” Few said. On April 20, 2000, Daniels was named head coach at Cal State Fullerton. Prior to being named head coach, Daniels was at Fullerton for two years as a player and had three stints as an assistant coach, including two tenures under George McQuarn, who lettered for two seasons (1962-63) as a catcher on the UCLA baseball team. The 2002-03 collegiate campaign was Daniels’ third year as the head coach at Cal State Fullerton, his alma mater. After winning only 10 games in his first two seasons (Daniels inherited a Titan program that was on NCAA probation), his 2003 Cal State Fullerton squad doubled their victories (10), posting an 8-10 Big West record despite a rash of serious injuries that affected all five returning lettermen. Suiting up as few as seven or eight players for several mid-season games, Fullerton had its best conference record in 10 years and reached double figures in victories for the first time in four years. The Titans beat every Big West opponent except tournament champion Utah State. Daniels played on Cal State Fullerton’s first two NCAA Division I teams in 1974-75 and 1975-76 under head coach Bobby Dye. His senior year he was selected the top defender on a team that won the school’s only conference basketball championship by earning a share of the 1976 Pacific Coast Athletic Association title.

Daniels graduated in 1977 with a degree in criminal justice and returned to Fullerton as a volunteer assistant for the 1978-79 season. He was an assistant in Dye’s final season (1979-80) before becoming an assistant at his high school alma mater, Los Angeles’ Verbum Dei. As a high school player at Verbum Dei, Daniels played for then-head coach McQuarn. Daniels returned to Cal State Fullerton as a parttime assistant coach under then-Titan head coach McQuarn for the 1981-82 through 1983-84 seasons before becoming head coach at Los Angeles Harbor College in Wilmington (another alma mater) for two years from 1985-86. His teams went 32-27 overall, including 20-11 in 1986. His third return to Fullerton was as a full-time assistant to first McQuarn and then successor John Sneed for the 1987-89 seasons. His fulltime coaching tenures at Fullerton coincide with NIT appearances in 1983 and ‘87 and the recruitment and/ or development of former Titan greats Leon Wood, Cedric Ceballos and Bruce Bowen. Ceballos was a 1990 NBA second-round draft selection. He played 11 years in the NBA with five different teams. His best years were with the Los Angeles Lakers, when he averaged better than 21 points in both the 1994-95 and 1995-96 seasons. During Daniels’ 11 seasons at Utah, the Utes reached the NCAA Tournament eight times in 11 seasons and were national runner-up in 1998. Daniels was also the chief recruiter of Andre Miller and Keith Van Horn to Salt Lake City. Daniels recruited Miller from his high school alma mater, Verbum Dei. Before his stint with the Clippers, Miller spent three years with the Cleveland Cavaliers and in 2002 led the NBA in assists (10.9 apg). Other players Daniels helped coach at Utah who went on to the NBA include Michael Doleac (Minnesota) and Josh Grant (Golden State). Prior to his two-year playing career at CS Fullerton, Daniels played for one season at Scottsdale Community College (1973) and for one year at L.A. Harbor College (1974).

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Donny Daniels Collegiate Coaching Record Year School 2000-01 CS Fullerton 2001-02 CS Fullerton 2002-03 CS Fullerton TOTALS (3 years)

Overall 5-23 5-22 10-19 20-64

Conference Finish League 3-13 T7th Big West 2-16 10th Big West 8-10 T6th Big West 13-39

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Giacoletti Assistant Coach - 4th year When Gonzaga University head coach Mark Few had an opening on his staff in the spring of 2007 he didn’t waste any time summoning RAY GIACOLETTI to become a Bulldog. Giacoletti is no stranger to Gonzaga or the Pacific Northwest. “Ray has ties to the Pacific Northwest as well as around the country,” Few said. “He has coached at almost all levels of basketball as both an assistant and head coach and has a thorough understanding of the game. He has injected new ideas to help us continue to grow as a staff and as a program.” A native of Peoria, Ill., Giacoletti went 69-50 in four seasons at EWU, the best mark of any coach in the school’s NCAA Division I history. He led the Eagles to their inaugural NCAA Tournament appearance in 2004, as well as the Big Sky Conference regular-season and tournament titles. In each of Giacoletti’s first three years the Eagles placed second in the Big Sky during the regular season and advanced to the tournament championship game. In 2002-03, Giacoletti led EWU to the NIT for the program’s first postseason bid since 1947 when it was a NAIA member. Named the 2004 Big Sky Conference Coach of the Year, Giacoletti directed EWU to a 17-13 overall record and an 11-3 mark in conference play. The Eagles won 14 of their last 18 games on their way to winning the Big Sky Tournament. In the first round of the NCAA Tournament, EWU fell to eventual Final Four participant Oklahoma State University after playing the Cowboys to a 36-36 draw after one half. Giacoletti led EWU to 41-17 record in Big Sky Conference games for a .707 winning percentage, seventh in the league’s 41-year history. He ranked ahead of such coaches as Don Monson, Mike Montgomery, Tim Floyd and Larry Eustachy. Giacoletti moved from EWU to assume the University of Utah reigns March 31, 2004. Giacoletti led the 2005 Utes to a 29-6 record, tying the third-most wins in a season in school history. He also had the best record among NCAA Division I first-year head coaches. Utah claimed the Mountain West Conference regular-season championship outright and advanced to the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Tour-

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The Giacoletti File Birthplace: Peoria, Ill. High School: East (Ill.), 1980 College: Minot State University, 1985 (B.S. Physical Education) Wife: Kim Giacoletti Student Assistant Graduate Assistant Assistant Coach Assistant/Player Personnel Dir. Assistant Coach Assistant Coach Head Coach Head Coach Head Coach Assistant Coach

nament. As a result, Giacoletti was named the NABC District 13, USBWA District 8, and Mountain West Conference Coach of the Year. Sophomore center Andrew Bogut became Utah’s inaugural consensus national Player of the Year, winning the John R. Wooden Award, Naismith, National Association of Basketball Coaches and Associated Press Player of the Year honors. After starting out 5-3, the Utes reeled off 18 consecutive wins to tie the second-longest winning streak in school history. The Runnin’ Utes won the MWC title with the best record in the league’s six-year history at 13-1. Giacoletti then directed the Utes to the championship game of the MWC Tournament, marking the fifth straight season that Giacoletti led his team (Utah or EWU) to the conference tournament title game. Giacoletti went 54-40 in his three years at Utah. Giacoletti’s first head coaching job was a threeyear stint (1998-2000) at NCAA Division II North Dakota State University in Fargo, N.D., where he went 48-33. His 10-year record as a head coach is 171-123.

Before becoming a head coach, Giacoletti was an assistant for four years at both Illinois State University (1989-93) and the University of Washington (1993-97) under Bob Bender. Giacoletti graduated from Minot State University in North Dakota with a degree in physical education in 1985. He was a 4-year letterman, started three seasons and served as team captain twice. He got his start in coaching as a student assistant coach at Minot State in 1984-85 while he finished his degree. Giacoletti was a graduate assistant coach at Western Illinois University in 1985-86. He was an assistant at Oral Roberts University in 1986-87. Giacoletti was an assistant coach and director of player personnel for the Fresno Flames of the World Basketball League from 1987-89. “Ray brought a wealth of knowledge and experience to this program,” Few said. “He did a great job as both a head coach and assistant coach at the Division I level and he continued that professionalism and success in his first year at Gonzaga. There was no hesitation to make Ray a part of this staff. He was excited about returning to this area and we were excited he accepted the opportunity to become a Zag.” Ray and his wife Kim were married in 1994.

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Coaching Experience 1984–85 Minot State 1985–86 Western Illinois 1986–87 Oral Roberts 1987–89 Fresno Flames 1989–93 Illinois State 1993–97 Washington 1997–00 North Dakota State 2000–04 Eastern Washington 2004–07 Utah 2007–pres. Gonzaga

Assistant Coach - 4th year

Ray Giacoletti Collegiate Coaching Record Year School 2006-07 Utah 2005-06 Utah 2004-05 Utah UTAH TOTALS

Overall 11-19 14-15 29-6 54-40

Conference Finish League 6-10 T6th Mountain West 6-10 6th Mountain West 13-1 1st Mountain West 25-21

Year School 2003-04 Eastern Washington 2002-03 Eastern Washington 2001-02 Eastern Washington 2000-01 Eastern Washington EWU TOTALS

Overall 17-13 18-13 17-13 17-11 69-50

Conference Finish League 11-3 1st Big Sky 9-5 2nd Big Sky 10-4 2nd Big Sky 11-5 2nd Big Sky 41-17

Year School Overall 1999-00 North Dakota State 1998-99 North Dakota State 1997-98 North Dakota State NDSU TOTALS

Conference Finish League 16-11 9-9 6th 14-13 8-10 T5th 18-9 9-9 T5th 48-33 26-28

CAREER TOTALS

171-123

North Central North Central North Central

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lloyd Assistant Coach - 10th year TOMMY LLOYD joined head coach Mark Few’s staff for the 2001-02 season after serving as an administrative assistant the previous season, and his overseas knowledge has grown Gonzaga University’s recruiting to one of international status. A 1993 graduate of Kelso, Wash., High, Lloyd attended Walla Walla Community College for two seasons and graduated from Whitman College in Walla Walla, Wash., in 1998. While at WWCC he was an All-Northwest Athletic Association of Community College (NWAACC) All-Easton Region selection in 1995. He set the WWCC single-game scoring record with 52 points against Treasure Valley CC. He was also the leading scorer in the NWAACC All-Star game with 22 points his sophomore season. Following graduation from WWCC he finished his career at Whitman College, playing for Gonzaga alum Skip Molitor. He earned a degree in biology and a secondary teaching credential. Lloyd also played two seasons overseas, playing in Brisbane, Australia, in 1997 and Dusseldorf, Germany, in 1999. Lloyd’s knowledge of the European game has been instrumental in placing Gonzaga players overseas to continue their basketball careers, as well as nurturing his contacts in recruiting circles as Gonzaga’s recruiting base has extended worldwide. “Tommy has been one of the main reasons are player base has expanded outside of the United States. He has an uncanny knowledge of the international talent and the international game. He is connected overseas with coaches at all levels which has greatly enhanced our recruiting abroad,” Few said. His main responsibilities at Gonzaga are game preparation, recruiting and player development. Lloyd and his wife Chanelle were married in 1997. They have three children – Liam (2001), Sophia

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The LLOYD File Birthplace: Kelso, Wash. High School: Kelso (Wash.) High College: Whitman College, 1998 (B.S. Biology) Wife: Chanelle Lloyd Children: Liam (2001) Sophia Marie (2004) Maria Alexis (2007) Coaching Experience: 2001–pres. Assistant Men’s Coach Gonzaga University

Marie (2004) and Maria Alexis (2007). Sophia Marie’s birth coincided with the ESPN documentary “The Season” that chronicled Gonzaga basketball and one segment centered on Tommy and Chanelle at the hospital leading up to the birth and following the birth.

Tommy Lloyd Collegiate Assistant Coaching Record Year School 2001-02 Gonzaga University 2002-03 Gonzaga University 2003-04 Gonzaga University 2004-05 Gonzaga University 2005-06 Gonzaga University 2006-07 Gonzaga University 2007-08 Gonzaga University 2008-09 Gonzaga University 2009-10 Gonzaga University TOTALS (9 years)

Overall 29-4 .878 24-9 .727 28-3 .903 26-5 .838 29-4 .879 23-11 .697 25-8 .757 28-6 .824 27-7 .794 167-57 .746

Conference Finish League 13-1 .928 T 1st NCAA 1st Round 12-2 .857 1st NCAA 2nd Round 14-0 1.000 1st NCAA 2nd Round 12-2 .857 1st NCAA 2nd Round 14-0 1.000 1st NCAA Sweet 16 11-3 .756 1st NCAA 1st Round 13-1 .928 1st NCAA 1st Round 14-0 1.000 1st NCAA Sweet 16 12-2 .857 1st NCAA 2nd Round 115-11 .913 9 NCAA Tournaments

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Krause director of Basketball operations 10th year - 17th year overall Jerry Krause returned for his second stint with Gonzaga University’s men’s basketball program in the summer of 2001, this time as Director of Men’s Basketball Operations. His first stint with the Bulldogs was a seven-season run from 1986-92 when he served as a part-time assistant coach. He returned in the summer of 2001 from a 5-year civilian term at the U.S. Military Academy at West Point where he was a professor of sport philosophy and director of instruction for the department of physical education. Krause is no stranger to basketball in the Inland Pacific Northwest. He had a 17-year career as head coach at Eastern Washington University. During that span, Eagle teams posted a 262-196 record for a .572 winning percentage. He took a sabbatical from EWU to assist the late Ralph Miller at Oregon State University from 1982-83, then returned to EWU to lead the Eagles from the NAIA and into the NCAA Division I ranks. He was inducted into the EWU Athletic Hall of Fame on Oct. 1, 2005. Krause was a long-standing member of the NCAA Rules Committee, was on the Board of Directors of the National Association of Basketball Coaches and served on the Selection Committee of the National Basketball Hall of Fame. He received his bachelor’s degree from Wayne State College (Neb.) in 1959. He received his master’s degree in 1965 and his doctorate degree in 1967, both from Northern Colorado. In 2009, the 1965-66 UNC basketball team, of which Krause was an assistant coach, joined the UNC Athletic Hall of Fame. That team went 21-5 and advanced to the NCAA Small College Regional Tournament. The NABC also honored him at the 2003 Final Four with its Guardians of the Game for Advocacy award for his research in developing a standardized rim testing program. In 1998 he received the NABC’S Cliff Wells Appreciation Award. In December, 2006, Krause was honored with the Baden Battle in Seattle basketball award. Among his duties at Gonzaga are to oversee the dayto-day operations of the men’s basketball office; scheduling; player, team and program evaluations, and video operations.

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Jennifer Nyland is in her 12th year as part of Gonzaga University’s sports medicine staff, but she is in her seventh season as the lead trainer for the men’s basketball team. Coming from the Community Colleges of Spokane in August, 1999, Nyland joined the staff at Gonzaga. The 1998 graduate of Washington State University is the primary trainer for Gonzaga’s men’s basketball and women’s tennis teams and has also been responsible for women’s volleyball and rowing. She also assists with the overall operation of Gonzaga’s staff of five fulltime sports medicine specialists.

Travis Knight

Men’s Basketball - Strength and Conditioning Coach Travis Knight returns to campus as the strength and conditioning coach for Gonzaga University’s men’s basketball team through a contractual arrangement between the university and U-District Physical Therapy and Institute of Sports Per-

Rian Oliver

Men’s Basketball Academic Advisor Rian Oliver is in her eighth year on the Gonzaga athletics staff, and fifth year as the basketball academic coordinator. A former undergraduate work study for the Gonzaga men’s basketball team from 1997-00, Oliver earned

At CCS she provided treatment and medical coverage for the men’s and women’s soccer teams; men’s basketball; men’s and women’s track and field, and the Sasquatch men’s and women’s tennis teams. She also supervised and assisted in the clinical education of student athletic trainers. While a student at WSU, Nyland was a student athletic trainer with primary sport responsibilities including men’s basketball; men’s and women’s track and field, and spring football. She also accompanied the WSU sports medicine team to the 1998 Rose Bowl. Her background included weight training, where she served as an instructor as CCS, and fast fitness, supervising the CCS fitness center and providing instruction on the appropriate use of equipment. She is certified by the National Athletic Trainers Association and the Washington State Trainers Association. Nyland is also certified in Adult CPR and Standard First Aid by the American Red Cross.

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formance to be the strength and conditioning provider for Bulldog athletics. Knight played baseball for the Bulldogs from 1996-99, earning All-West Coast Conference honorable mention honors at second base in 1996. He hit a career-high .346 and had a .947 fielding percentage that season. He earned his undergraduate degree from Gonzaga in physical education in 2000 and his master’s in exercise science from Wichita State University in 2004. He began working with U-District Physical Therapy in 2005 as a head personal trainer.

both a bachelor of business administration and a bachelor of arts in Spanish in 2000. After spending three years in the retail industry in San Diego, Calif., Oliver returned to her alma mater in 2003 as the administrative assistant for men’s basketball before being promoted to her current position in the summer of 2006. Oliver earned her master’s degree from Gonzaga in 2006. A native of Helena, Mont., Oliver and her husband Wes were married in 2001. Wes joined the University Relations staff at Gonzaga in 2005. The couple, who has two dogs, Wrigley and Rawlings, welcomed their first son Griffin in 2008.

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Brian Michaelson Administrative Assistant

Brian Michaelson serves the Gonzaga University men’s basketball program as an administrative assistant. Michaelson ended his 5-year Bulldog career in 2005, walking on and redshirting the 2001 campaign. The Bulldogs advanced to the NCAA Tournament each of his five years. He played in 11 games with one start as a

senior. After graduating from Gonzaga the Portland, Ore., native remained in Spokane and worked in the real estate development business. But he longed to get into coaching and is in his third season at Gonzaga. He is married to former Gonzaga women’s soccer player Sarah Hawkins.

Alex Hernandez Administrative Assistant

Alex Hernandez serves the Gonzaga University men’s basketball program as an administrative assistant. Hernandez appeared in all 33 games with two starts as a senior in 2002. He averaged 5.8 ppg and 3.7 rpg as the Bulldogs advanced to the NCAA West Regional. As a junior he appeared in 31-of-33 games with six starts, averaging 6.8 ppg and 2.6 rpg and the Bulldogs advanced to the

NCAA Sweet Sixteen. The native of Las Vegas, Nev., played at Casper, Community College Wyo., for two seasons prior to transferring to Gonzaga. Hernandez returned to Gonzaga for the 2008 season as an administrative assistant for men’s basketball. He is married to former Bulldogs women’s soccer player Jenny Harvey. The couple had their first child in the summer of 2008, daughter Isabelle.

Aaron Anderson Administrative Assistant

Aaron Anderson serves the Gonzaga University men’s basketball program as an administrative assistant. One of Anderson’s main duties is the coordination of film and video scouting for the men’s basketball team. The native of Pontiac, Ill., graduated from Pontiac Township High, lettering four years in basketball. He was All-State honorable mention as

a senior, as well as being an allconference selection as a sophomore and senior. He lettered four years at University of Illinois at Springfield, an NAIA school. He graduated with degrees in accounting and business administration. He is currently working toward his master’s degree in Sport and Athletic Administration at Gonzaga.

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2010-11 Outlook Gonzaga University’s men’s basketball team is hoping 13 is the Bulldogs lucky number in the 2011 season. With four returning starters and seven returning letterwinners in all, Gonzaga University seems poised for another run at the West Coast Conference title and a 13th straight trip to the NCAA Tournament. Three of the four top scorers from a year ago return in sophomore Elias Harris (14.9 ppg), senior Steven Gray (13.6 ppg) and junior Robert Sacre (10.3 ppg). Harris (7.1 rpg) and Sacre (5.4 rpg) were one-two for the Bulldogs last year in rebounding. Junior point guard Demetri Goodson is also back, having averaged 6.4 ppg a year ago. Kelly Olynyk, who has grown to become a 7-footer along with Sacre, is perhaps the likeliest candidate for the fifth starting spot. He came off the bench in all 34 games last season as a freshman, averaging 3.8 ppg and 2.7 rpg. But Mangisto Arop will have something to say about that. He appeared in 31 games off the bench last year as a freshman before seeing his season come to an abrupt end in the West Coast Conference Tournament with a broken foot. He averaged 3.8 ppg and an equal number of rebounds. Redshirt freshman Sam Dower, a 6-9 center/forward, is expected to see plenty of minutes if he doesn’t find himself in the starting lineup. The nucleus is intact, although the Bulldogs did lose 2010 WCC Player of the Year Matt Bouldin, who left with 1,683 career points, 444 assists and 170 steals. “We have good a nucleus,” 12th-year head coach Mark Few said. “We have a lot of experience and this team has three or four guys – maybe more – who can hurt you.” The lone senior on the team is Gray, who also had 4.0 rpg and 2.9 assists/game, and Few hopes he gets off to the same hot start that propelled him to a solid season a year ago. Gray scored in double figures in nine of the first 10 games a year ago, including a career-high 27 against the University of Colorado in the opening game of the Maui Invitational as the Bulldogs came from 15 points down to post the victory. That propelled the Bulldogs to their first Maui title in three tries, and Gray and Bouldin shared MVP honors. Gray has 958 career points as he zeroes in on becoming the 33rd member of the Bulldogs 1,000-point club, and his 98 steals are close to moving him into the career Top 10. “We need a strong senior season from Steven,” Few said. “He’s a good leader and he’s constantly improving his leadership skills. He’s not a vocal leader, but he has the

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respect of his teammates and will definitely leave his mark on this team and the program.” Sacre and Harris give the Bulldogs two solid veterans with some muscle. Sacre, who returned to play a full season last year after having the 2009 season cut short with recurring foot problems, averaged 5.4 rpg last season and had 65 blocked shots. He scored in double digits in 19 games, including a career-high 23 against Davidson College in the Battle in Seattle. He’s also a career 51.3 percent shooter, and has continued to develop his offensive game. “Rob might be the most improved player on the team if you consider the progress he’s made since his freshman year, plus the fact he missed almost an entire year because of his injuries,” Few said. “He has worked hard to improve all facets of his game, especially offensively. He will take on some leadership roles with Steven, and I’m certain they’ll feed off each other.” Harris had one of the best freshmen seasons in Bulldog history, pacing the team with his 7.1 rpg and shooting 54.7 percent from the field while finishing second to Bouldin in scoring. Harris really came to the front in just his second game of his collegiate career as he scored 17 points and grabbed 9 rebounds as Gonzaga’s upset bid at secondranked Michigan State University fell short 75-71. But Harris put himself on the national map with his performance. Harris, one of six international players on the Bulldog roster, grabbed a season-high 16 rebounds against the University of Illinois in the United Center in Chicago, scored the winning basket with :12 to play in overtime and then grabbed the rebound at the other end to seal the victory in one of the biggest wins of the season for the Bulldogs. “Elias is one of the most athletics players we have,” Few said. “He has the size to bang inside and the finesse to play outside. He’s stronger than he was last year so he will be even more of a force under the basket. He has a great instinct for the ball, as shown by the way he rebounded a year ago. He’ll only continue to get better and be a major factor in our success.” Olynyk has also bulked up since last season, growing an inch to stretch the tape to 7-0 and gain nearly 25 pounds to tip the scales at 245. He averaged 12.3 minutes/ game last year as a freshman, but his role is expected to be even bigger this season. “Kelly has worked hard in the off season to improve his strength. He had the skills as a freshman but he lacked the strength to really compete down low,” Few said. “That won’t be the case this year. He’ll be able to muscle his way to points this year.”

Olynyk averaged 3.8 ppg and 2.7 rpg a year ago and went 49-for-98 for an even 50 percent from the field. He came off the bench in all 34 games. Forward Mangisto “Manny” Arop is back at a forward spot. He suffered a broken foot in the semifinals of the WCC Tournament a year ago and missed the remainder of the season. He came off the bench in the first 31 games prior to his injury, averaging 12.0 minutes/game, 3.8 ppg and 3.8 rpg. He went 2-for-6 from the field in limited minutes through the first seven games last season, but as the season progresses his minutes – and his production – increased. “Manny was probably our most consistent guy off the bench from mid-season on,” Few said. “It may not have been reflected in his stats, but he did so many other little things for us that contributed to our success.” Goodson returns at point guard to give the Bulldogs experience at perhaps the most important position in Mark Few’s system. Goodson averaged 6.4 ppg, 2.1 rpg and 1.8 assists/game as he and Bouldin basically operated in the role of two point guards last season. “Demetri needs to jump his game to the next level this season,” Few said. “He’s shown he can run this team and he’s worked on his game and his confidence in the off season. With our lack of experience at the guard spots we need a big season out of him.” Sophomore Mike Hart is a shooting guard who could see minutes this season. He came off the bench in 14 games a year ago but played just 37 minutes. “Mike is someone who could come in and give us some good minutes,” Few said. “He’s a good shooter. He’s the type of blue collar worker every team needs. He’s not flashy, but he’s solid.” Four newcomers will also jockey for playing time – and perhaps a starting role. Junior college transfer Marquise Carter is expected to give Goodson plenty of competition at the point. Freshmen Keegan Hyland (6-4, forward), Mathis (ma-TEEC) Keita (6-5, guard) and Mathis (mat-tis) Mönninghoff (6-7 forward) give the Bulldogs a solid group of youngsters. Carter comes to the Bulldogs from Three Rivers Community College in Poplar Bluff, Mo. He averaged 14.5 ppg and 4.5 assists his freshman year on his way to Region XVI Player of the Year and second team National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) All-American honors. His sophomore season he averaged 17.2 ppg, 4.1 rpg, 5.5 assists and 1.3 steals as Three Rivers CC advanced to the title game of the NJCAA title game. He scored 35 points in the title game and was an NJCAA All-Tournament first-team selection. “Marquise is a winner,” Few said. “He is a guard who has an outstanding feel for the game. He can shoot from the

outside, he can penetrate and pass. He makes his teammates better. He’ll make a big contribution this season.” Mönninghoff and Keita are two more in a long line of international players Few and his staff have recruited. Mönninghoff and Keita both played in the 2010 European U18 Championship. Mönninghoff played nine games for his native Germany, averaging 6.6 ppg, 3.6 rpg, 0.8 assists while averaging 20.2 minutes/game as Germany went 4-5. Keita played for France, going 5-4 to finish seventh as he averaged 8.9 ppg, 3.4 rpg, and 1.3 steals while averaging 20.9 minutes/game. “The two Mathis’ are typical of the European game,” Few said. “They both have strong perimeter games and a great court awareness.” Hyland attended South Portland High in Portland, Maine, but saw virtually no action last season after suffering a stress fracture of the left pelvic. He returned for just three games of his senior season, playing in the regular-season finale and two Western Maine State Class A Tournament games. He scored 32 points in South Portland’s tournament semifinal loss. His junior year he averaged 27.7 ppg to lead the Southern Maine Athletic Association and was named to All-State teams selected by the Portland Press Herald/Maine Sunday Telegram and by the Bangor Daily News. “Keegan is a shooter. He’s a terrific shooter off the pass and off the dribble,” Few said. “I think he’ll continue to develop his game and will have a very good career at Gonzaga.” “This is an outstanding group of newcomers. Our depth will have to come from this group,” Few said. “It’s just a matter of who is ready to step in and perform at this level.” Another tough schedule faces the Bulldogs, with games against San Diego State University, Kansas State University, the University of Illinois, Washington State University, University of Notre Dame, Baylor University, Xavier University, Oklahoma State University, Wake Forest University and the University of Memphis dotting the non-conference slate. Plus, another tough WCC schedule awaits the Bulldogs, who have won or shared 10 straight WCC regular-season titles. “It’s a tough schedule, but I say that every year,” Few said. “Our guys like playing that kind of schedule. It’s what makes us better and helps prepare us for the post-season. But we can’t look ahead to anybody if we are to be successful and compete every night.” And the goals remain the same. “We have two goals – to win our conference and to play in the NCAA Tournament,” Few said. “I think we have the team to make both of those things happen.” And hopefully 13 will be lucky for Few and the Bulldogs.

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HIGH SCHOOL Graduated from Bainbridge High where he played his junior and senior seasons for coach Scott Orness...helped lead Bainbridge to the Washington State Class 3A title game as a senior, averaging 19.2 ppg, 8.5 rpg, 5.2 assists and 2.1 steals... capped senior season by leading Bainbridge to the State title game for the first time since 1955, the Spartans falling to O’Dea in the championship game to finish the season 25-4... averaged 16.3 ppg in State 3A Tournament...named Associated Press and Seattle Times Player of the Year as well as being a State Class 3A first-team and Player of Year selection...junior season averaged 24.2 ppg, 7.5 rpg, 4.0 assists and 2.5 steals in earning AP first team...scored 46 points in 83-59 win over Chief Sealth in Sea-King 3A District playoff game, going 15-for-20 from the field with seven 3-pointers and going 9-for-10 from the free throw line...had 24 points in season-ending 50-44 loss to two-time defending State 3A champion O’Dea in Sea-King 3A District winner-to-state game...also a two-time All-Metro League selection...played his freshman and sophomore seasons at Chimacum High for coaches Bob Thompson (freshman) and Vic Porter (sophomore)...averaged 27 ppg and shot 54 percent from the field as a sophomore as Chimacum advanced to the Washington State Class 2A Tournament where he earned MVP honors...Chimacum finished sixth at the 2A tourney to cap an 18-9 season...scored 36 points in the opening round of the 2005 State 2A Tournament, one shot of the tourney record, in 66-44 win over fifth-ranked Ridgefield...went 10-for-20 from the field and 14-for-14 from the free throw line...also added 12 rebounds, 4 assists, a blocked shot and a steal...came back the next day to score 20 of his 31 points in the second half in a 5346 win over Nooksack Valley as teams advanced to semifinals... scored 20 points in semifinal setback to Medical Lake, and was held to 9 points in loss to Grandview as Chimacum’s sixth-place finish was teams first state trophy since 1969...averaged 24.0 ppg in State 2A Tournament...also named Seattle Times 2A Player of the Year...freshman season scored 53 points against Orting...two-time Nisqually League first-team pick...scored 20 points and grabbed MVP honors in the Les Schwab Northwest

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Points 27 vs. Colorado 11/23/09 Rebounds 14 at Saint Mary’s 1/14/10 Assists 8 vs. Syracuse 3/21/10 Steals 5 vs. San Francisco 1/21/08 Blocks 3 vs. Michigan State 11/17/09

Shootout in Portland as Washington defeated Oregon 96-82 in April, 2007...ranked as the 52nd best player in the 2007 recruiting class and the 13th best shooting guard by one recruiting service... named to the Long Beach Press Telegram Best in the West second team. FRESHMAN (2007-08) Suffered fractured wrist in exhibition game against Emporia State and had pins inserted causing him to miss first 10 games of season...saw first collegiate action Dec. 17 against Northern Colorado, coming off bench to play 28 minutes and score 12 points...came off bench for first four appearances prior to getting first collegiate start against Georgia in Spokane Arena and stared final 16 games of regular season... scored 16 points twice - at home against San Francisco and at Santa Clara, and capped regular-season with season-high 18 points at home against Santa Clara in 20 minutes, all of his shots from 3-point range as he went 6-for-7...shis career to this point will be remembered most for two free throws with .3 seconds remaining in regulation at Santa Clara that tied game that Gonzaga eventually won 7-82 in double overtime...went 4-for-6 from field, 3-for-5 from 3-point range and 5-for-5 at the line against SCU...broke out of mini scoring slump in regular-season finale, entering Santa Clara game having gone 13-for-39 for 33.3 percent in seven-game stretch after going 34-for-65 for 52.3 percent through first 12 appearances after coming back from injury...in WCC games only finished season 27th in scoring (8.4 ppg) tied for 10th in steals (1.29/game), 4th in 3-point field goals percentage (21for-48, 43.8 percent) and 12th in 3-point field goals made (1.50/game)...named to WCC All-Freshman

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Struggled early in the season, shooting 40.0 percent from the field (14-for-35) through the first four games… went 35-for-68 for 51.5 percent in the next nine games, including 16-for-39 for 41.0 percent from 3-point range…connected on 6-of-10 from the field, including 4-for-6 from 3-point range, in scoring then career-high 19 points as Gonzaga defeated 12th-ranked Tennessee in title game of Old Spice Classic in Orlando, FL… went 10-for-16 and scored career-high 23 points while grabbing career-high 7 rebounds against Connecticut in 88-83 overtime loss to 2nd-ranked Huskies in the Battle in Seattle…scored 13 of his points in the first half, going 6-for-8 from the field…matched career high with 7 rebounds at Utah…got his first start of the season at Tennessee, scoring 14 points and handing out 6 assists in 89-79 overtime win over No. 15/25 Volunteers to snap 37-game home winning streak…scored 15 points against Santa Clara, going 6-for-11 from field, 3-for-7 from 3-point range…also had 3 rebounds, 4 assists, 1 block and 2 steals against SCU…after going combined 4-for-14 from field and 2-for-9 from 3-point range in next two games, came back to go 5-for-10 from field and 4-for-8 from 3-point range at Loyola Marymount for 14 points…also grabbed 5 rebounds at LMU…scored 14 points in showdown win over Saint Mary’s in battle of WCC undefeateds Jan. 29… went 5-for-8 from the field against SMC…after going scoreless against San Diego, came back with 14 points at Portland, going 6-for-8 from the field, 2-for-4 from

Steven Gray Career Statistics Total 3-Point Rebounds Year GP GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO Ast TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 2007-08 23 19 612 26.6 65 132 .492 37 80 .463 20 24 .833 17 47 64 2.8 40 1 35 30 5 24 187 8.1 2008-09 34 11 919 27.0 109 242 .450 51 142 .359 40 56 .714 41 68 109 3.2 57 0 70 30 11 35 309 9.1 2009-10 34 34 1083 31.9 160 347 .461 51 155 .329 91 117 .778 26 111 137 4.0 79 3 98 76 13 39 462 13.6 TOTAL 91 64 2614 28.7 334 721 .463 139 377 .369 151 197 .766 84 226 310 3.4 176 4 203 136 29 98 958 10.5

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6-5, 205, Sr - Irondale, WA 3-point range…also had 3 assists… replaced in the starting line-up by Micah Downs at San Francisco after 11 straight starts…came off bench against Loyola Marymount to match career-high 23 points, going 7-for-10 from field, 5-for-7 from 3-point range and 4-for-4 from line…also had 6 assists to match career high… named West Coast Conference honorable mention… scored just 11 points in four games following 23-point night against LMU, then scored 12 points in WCC Tournament semifinal against Santa Clara and 10 in title game against Saint Mary’s…averaged 11.0 ppg while going 7-for-12 from field for 58.3 percent, including 3-for-6 from 3-point range in tournament… scored 7 points in each of Gonzaga’s three NCAA Tournament games against Akron, Western Kentucky and North Carolina, the latter in Sweet 16 matchup…set career high with 8 rebounds against Akron in NCAA opener…averaged 7.0 ppg, 4.0 rpg, 3.0 assists and 1.0 steals in NCAA Tournament. JUNIOR (2009-10) Got off to a hot start, scoring in double-figures in nine of first 10

games…scored career-high 27 against Colorado in opening game of Maui Invitational as Bulldogs came from 15 down for victory… went 11-for-14 from free throw line against the Buffaloes, including 7-of-8 in final 6:31 as he teamed with Matt Bouldin to score final 17 GU points…came back with 15 points in semifinal win over Wisconsin and 13 in title-game victory over Cincinnati…shared Maui Invitational MVP honors with Bouldin… scored 20 points against Illinois in the United Center in Chicago, including 10 of Gonzaga’s first 17 as Bulldogs raced to leads of 17-4 and 32-11 only to see Illinois rally to send game into OT before Gonzaga pulled out a win…had two other 20-point nights, getting 20 at home against Pepperdine and 26 at home against Santa Clara that saw him go 10-for-12 from the field including 3-for-5 from 3-point range…grabbed career-high 14 rebounds – his first career doubledigit rebounding game – to go with 14 points in win at Saint Mary’s… opened season with career-high 7 assists against Mississippi Valley State, tied career high against Loyola Marymount in West Coast Conference Tournament semifinal and then broke it with 8 against Syracuse in NCAA Tournament second round…finished season with 958 career points as he bids to become 33rd player in GU history to reach 1,000-point plateau…has 98 steals to close in on 100 as he approaches career Top 10 list. SENIOR (2010-11) Joined teammate Elias Harris on John R. Wooden Award Preseason Top 50 Watch List.

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Misc. Changed uniform number to 41 this season after wearing 32 his first three seasons…had lead role of Darren Lemming in Gonzaga University reader’s play “Take Me Out” in November, 2009…returned to the theatre this year by playing Romeo’s rival Tybalt in “Romeo and Juliet” in October, 2010…participated in “Zags in Zambia” program in May, 2010.

2009-10 Game by Game Opponent Pts Rebs Ast Mississippi Valley State 16 5 7 Michigan State 3 5 4 IPFW 11 2 2 Colorado 27 4 0 Wisconsin 15 5 2 Cincinnati 13 7 4 Washington State 4 3 3 Wake Forest 11 3 0 Augustana 12 7 2 Davidson 16 2 0 Duke 6 3 2 Eastern Washington 11 3 2 Oklahoma 18 0 3 Illinois 20 4 5 Portland 2 2 2 Saint Mary’s 14 14 6 San Diego 17 3 2 Pepperdine 20 5 3 Loyola Marymount 18 5 4 Santa Clara 19 3 3 San Francisco 8 6 2 Portland 5 6 5 Memphis 12 7 4 Saint Mary’s 8 3 1 San Diego 19 1 0 Loyola Marymount 11 0 6 Pepperdine 12 3 2 Santa Clara 26 6 1 San Francisco 15 3 1 CSU Bakersfield 5 3 0 Loyola Marymount (WCC) 18 6 7 Saint Mary’s (WCC) 16 1 3 Florida State (NCAA) 15 7 2 Syracuse (NCAA) 9 0 8

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Attended Horizon Christian Academy in San Diego, Calif…Horizon went 27-6 as senior and lost to nationally ranked North Hollywood Campbell Hall, 62-59, in the Southern California Region IV final in the 2007 CIF playoffs… averaged 20.3 ppg, 6.1 rpg, 6.0 assists and 1.6 steals senior season…team went 29-3 as junior on way to Southern California Region IV and State CIF title…helped extend Horizon’s streak of six straight Southern California Region IV titles and the 2006 CIF crown was the school’s third in five years. FRESHMAN (2008-09) Attended Three Rivers Community College in Poplar Bluff, Mo., averaging 14.5 ppg and 4.5 assists on his way to Region XVI Player of the Year and second team National Junior College Athletic Association All-America honors. SOPHOMORE (2009-10) Attended Three Rivers Community College in Poplar Bluff, Mo., averaging 17.2 ppg, 4.1 rpg, 5.5 assists/game, 1.3 steals and 0.4 blocks in helping Three Rivers advance to title game of National Junior College Athletic Association title game…named to NJCAA All-Tournament first team…Raiders fell to Howard of Texas 85-80 in the title game despite a 35-point effort from Carter in which he went 8-for-24 from the field, 4-for-7 from 3-point range and 7-for-9 from free throw line…scored 15 points, grabbed 6 rebounds in tournament opener against Monroe, going 11-for-12 from free throw line…26 points, 4 rebounds, 3 assists and 3 steals in 83-73 quarterfinal win over NW Florida, connecting on 5-of-12 from the field, 3-of-5 from 3-point range and 7-of-8 from free throw line…15 points, 6 rebounds, 4 assists, 3 steals in 76-68 semifinal win over Navarro, Texas, CC, going 5-for-10 from the field, 5-of-6 from free throw line... shot 43.3 percent from the field (141-for-326) and 38.3 percent from 3-point range (23-for-60) for the season. Misc. Older brother, Nate, played two seasons at UC Riverside, played his final two seasons at University of Oklahoma and currently plays for JSF Nanterre in France.

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6-0, 175, Jr - Houston, TX

HIGH SCHOOL Attended Houston Klein Collins where he was named to the All-Greater Houston Team as a senior...averaged 16.7 ppg, 7.7 assists/game and 1.4 steals/game in leading Tigers to 31-5 record...shot 51 percent from field and 38 percent from 3-point range...Klein Collins lost in regional quarterfinal...scored 11 points and had 5 assists in late-season matchup between Klein Collins, ranked fourth in the state in 5A, and third-ranked Houston Klein Forest in game won 54-47 by Klein Collins...helped lead Klein Collins to Region 2 title game as junior while averaging 16.0 ppg, 5.0 rpg and 7.0 assists/game while earning first team All-State 5A, the largest classification in Texas...Klein Collins eliminated in Region 2 semifinals as sophomore and he was named to All-District team...ranked as high as 135th ranked player in country by one scouting service. FRESHMAN (2008-09) Made collegiate debut in season opener against Montana State-Billings, playing 18 minutes off the bench, scoring 6 points and handing out 3 assists… came off the bench in every game, averaging 13.4 minutes/game…played season-high 25 minutes at San Francisco and scored season-high 13 points…4 assists at home against Texas Southern…matched season/career high with 4 assists against San Francisco…scored 11 points in WCC Tournament title game against Saint Mary’s for his second double-digit game of season… had season-high 5 assists against Santa Clara in WCC Tournament semifinal…averaged 17.0 minutes in two WCC Tournament games, averaging 7.5 ppg, while going 6-for-8 from field…also averaged 4.0 assists in tournament and had 2.67 assist/turnover ratio…made perhaps biggest shot in Gonzaga NCAA annals when he drove length of court for floater from the left side with 0.9 seconds remaining to give Gonzaga 83-81

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Points 22 vs. Davidson 12/12/09 Rebounds 5 three times – most recent vs. Florida State 3/19/10 Assists 5 three times – most recent at San Diego 1/16/10 Steals 4 vs. IPFW 11/20/09 Blocks 1 eight times – most recent at Memphis 2/6/10

second-round win over Western Kentucky, two of his four points in the game…played 19 minutes against North Carolina in NCAA Sweet 16, going 1-for-3 from the field, 1-for-2 from the line for three points…grabbed 2 rebounds… averaged 14.0 minutes/game in NCAA Tournament, went 3-for-5 from field for 60.0 percent, 3-for-4 from free throw line, grabbed 3 rebounds, had 2 assists and no turnovers…scored 9 points for 3.0 ppg. SOPHOMORE (2009-10) Started 33 of 34 games, lone nonstart coming on Senior Night… scored in double-digits six times including career-high 22 points against Davidson in Battle in Seattle…went 6-for-7 from the field

and 10-for-13 from free throw line against the Wildcats…career-high 5 rebounds three times, including NCAA Tournament first-round victory over Florida State…matched career-high 5 assists twice against Oklahoma in the Spokane Arena and at San Diego. Misc. Brother, Mike Goodson, former running back for Texas A&M football team…Mike led team in rushing with 406 yards in 2008 with five touchdowns, starting 7-of-10 games with two 100-yard performances…missed two games with sprained knee…drafted by Carolina Panthers in fourth round – 111th overall pick – in 2009 NFL Draft.

Goodson 6-0, 175, Jr - Houston, TX

2009-10 Game by Game Opponent Pts Rebs Ast Mississippi Valley State 5 0 3 Michigan State 1 1 1 IPFW 14 2 2 Colorado 2 0 2 Wisconsin 9 2 0 Cincinnati 12 2 0 Washington State 2 1 2 Wake Forest 8 1 1 Augustana 6 3 0 Davidson 22 2 2 Duke 2 4 1 Eastern Washington 9 2 2 Oklahoma 4 1 5 Illinois 1 3 4 Portland 4 2 3 Saint Mary’s 4 0 0 San Diego 12 2 5 Pepperdine 7 2 0 Loyola Marymount 4 0 3 Santa Clara 0 1 0 San Francisco 9 4 1 Portland 12 0 3 Memphis 6 5 1 Saint Mary’s 8 3 1 San Diego 9 4 2 Loyola Marymount 11 3 0 Pepperdine 5 5 3 Santa Clara 4 2 4 San Francisco 0 2 1 CSU Bakersfield 4 1 0 Loyola Marymount (WCC) 8 4 4 Saint Mary’s (WCC) 4 3 1 Florida State (NCAA) 9 5 2 Syracuse (NCAA) 0 0 2

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Demetri Goodson Career Statistics Total 3-Point Rebounds Year GP GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO Ast TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 2008-09 34 0 457 13.4 47 87 .540 2 8 .250 33 51 .647 15 29 44 1.3 58 1 54 34 4 17 129 3.8 2009-10 34 33 871 25.6 79 168 .470 4 29 .138 55 98 .561 21 51 72 2.1 80 1 61 54 4 30 217 6.4 TOTAL 68 33 1328 19.5 126 255 .494 6 37 .162 88 149 .591 36 80 116 1.7 138 2 115 88 8 47 346 5.1

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Attended Handsworth Secondary School in North Vancouver, British Columbia, where he played for coach Randy Storey...junior season led Handsworth to the title of the 61st AAA Provincial Championships, scoring 17 points, grabbing 12 rebounds and blocking 4 shots to earn MVP honors on way in 82-65 win over Kitsilano... averaged 25 ppg, 12 rpg and 4 blocks/game...team finished third in the 2005 Provincial Championships...was member of Canadian Junior National Team at Global Games in Dallas and in the World Championship Qualifiers in San Antonio, Texas, in summer of 2006....also participated in Canada Basketball’s 2005 Nike Centre for performance, competing in USA Basketball’s International Sports Invitational/USA Youth Development Festival in San Diego, Calif., in 2006 as part of Canada’s Cadet National Team...averaged 10.8 ppg to finish fourth and 6.5 rpg to finish second in the festival...also a member of British Colubmia’s U17 team.

FRESHMAN (2007-08) After playing 7 minutes in season opener, came off the bench for double-digit minutes in next nine games...scored season-high 12 points in third game of career against UC Riverside, going 5-for-5 from field and 2-for-2 from line... grabbed season-high 6 rebounds at Saint Joseph’s, then surpassed that with 7 against Cal State Northridge...first collegiate start was against No. 11 Tennessee at Battle In Seattle, then started next game at home against Utah...next five appearances were in reserve role, then was inserted into starting line for next six games prior to giving way to senior Abdullahi Kuso for Senior Night in regularseason finale against Santa Clara...went 3-for-6 from field in those six late season starts...came off the bench against Santa Clara in semifinals of WCC Tournament, playing eight minutes for his longest stint since 11 minutes Feb. 16 at San Francisco... started WCC Tournament semifinal against Santa Clara, missing his only shot attempt while playing two minutes...gave way to Kuso in title game against host San Diego...re-entered starting lineup in NCAA Tournament First Round against Davidson, making his only shot attempt.

SOPHOMORE (2008-09) Missed exhibition game and first two regular-season games while rehabilitating from fall surgery to pin a non-displaced stress fracture in his right foot…made season debut against Oklahoma State in the Old Spice Classic in Orlando, FL, playing 9

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7-0, 260, Jr - North Vancouver, British Columbia

RS-SOPHOMORE (2009-10) One of 19 players to train with Canada Basketball as a member of the Senior Men’s National Team (SMNT) in June, 2009, and accompanied team to Spain for exhibition games…decided not to accompany team to Italy for exhibition games in August and to Puerto Rico for the Tuto Marchand Cup in August, preferring instead to stay in Spokane and continue workouts in preparation for upcoming Gonzaga season… after sitting out most of 2009, returned to action with a fast start, scoring in double digits in first six games including career-high 17 in back-to-back games to open season against Mississippi Valley State and at Michigan State…went 6-for-9 from field against MVSU and 7-for-12 at MSU…went 18-for-25 from field through first three games…broke career high with 23 points against Davidson in Battle in Seattle, connecting on 6-of-6 from the field and 11-for-18 from free throw line…had 19 double-digit games, including 13 against Florida State in NCAA Tournament first-round victory and 17 in second-round loss to No. 1 seed Syracuse…hit first career 3-point attempt against Illinois in the United

Center in Chicago in first half as shot clock was winding down to give Gonzaga 22-6 lead in game Bulldogs won in overtime…scored 19 points against Illini while connecting on 7-of-9 from the field and 4-for-4 from the free throw line to go with his only career trey to date…grabbed 10 rebounds twice but did not have a double-double…had 10 boards at San Diego and 6 points, and 10 rebounds at Loyola Marymount and 2 points…nine rebounds three times… led team with 65 blocked shots to rank second on single-season list behind Austin Daye’s 70 in 2009…73 career blocks rank 10th on Gonzaga career charts… career 51.3 percent shooter from the field on 154-300.

JUNIOR (2010-11) Played for Canada in 2010 FIBA World Championships in Turkey in September… averaged 2.4 ppg, 2.0 rpg…scored 8 points against Spain while playing tournament-high 14 minutes, going 3-for6 from the field, 2-for-2 from the free throw line…grabbed 3 rebounds against both New Zealand and Spain…Canada went winless in five games.

Misc. Father, Greg LaFleur, is a former tight end for the Philadelphia Eagles, St. Louis Cardinals and Indianapolis Colts from 1981-86, ending his career in ‘86 with the Colts...third-round pick of the Philadelphia Eagles in the 1981 NFL Draft...played collegiate ball at Louisiana State and is currently the athletic director at Southern University in Baton Rouge, La., and former AD at Texas State University-San Marcos and Chicago State University....mother, Leslie Sacre, played basketball at LSU.

2009-10 Game by Game Opponent Pts Rebs Ast Mississippi Valley State 17 9 0 Michigan State 17 4 0 IPFW 15 8 0 Colorado 10 7 0 Wisconsin 13 6 0 Cincinnati 14 5 0 Washington State 6 2 0 Wake Forest 7 9 1 Augustana 8 4 0 Davidson 23 1 0 Duke 9 4 0 Eastern Washington 3 5 2 Oklahoma 11 7 1 Illinois 19 3 2 Portland 4 2 0 Saint Mary’s 8 6 1 San Diego 6 10 3 Pepperdine 0 4 3 Loyola Marymount 7 8 1 Santa Clara 5 3 0 San Francisco 13 2 0 Portland 5 4 0 Memphis 13 6 0 Saint Mary’s 13 6 1 San Diego 11 7 0 Loyola Marymount 2 10 0 Pepperdine 12 4 0 Santa Clara 11 2 0 San Francisco 13 5 0 CSU Bakersfield 10 5 1 Loyola Marymount (WCC) 8 1 0 Saint Mary’s (WCC) 7 7 2 Florida State (NCAA) 13 9 2 Syracuse (NCAA) 17 8 10

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minutes, hitting a pair of free throws and grabbing a pair of rebounds…played just 23 minutes over his first three games before coming off the bench for 11 minutes against Indiana, scoring 6 points and grabbing 6 rebounds as he provided critical minutes as Gonzaga broke away in second half for the victory… suffered another break in the same foot the day prior to Dec. 14 game with Arizona in Phoenix…decided to take medical redshirt year rather than return late in the season.

* Home games are bold above.

Robert Sacre Career Statistics Total 3-Point Rebounds Year GP GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO Ast TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 2007-08 28 10 269 9.6 28 63 .444 0 0 .000 26 41 .634 18 34 52 1.9 35 0 7 14 6 7 82 2.9 2008-09 5 0 44 8.8 5 7 .714 0 0 .000 5 8 .625 7 7 14 2.8 7 0 0 2 2 1 15 3.0 2009-10 34 33 859 25.3 121 230 .526 1 1 1.000 107 170 .629 63 120 183 5.4 98 2 20 68 65 23 350 10.3 TOTAL 67 43 1172 17.5 154 300 .513 1 1 1.000 138 219 .630 88 161 249 3.7 140 2 27 84 73 31 447 6.7

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arop

6-6, 208, So - Edmonton, Alberta

HIGH SCHOOL Attended Ross Sheppard High in Edmonton, Alberta, but received his diploma from St. Mary’s Secondary Catholic School in Hamilton, Ontario…moved to Hamilton where he played with Basketball Canada’s National Elite Development Academy (NEDA) which is basically Canada’s Junior National Team…set single-game NEDA scoring record with 42 points, and in summer of 2008 played for Canada in the FIBA Americas Championship in Formosa, Argentina…averaged 17.0 ppg to rank second, 10.2 rpg to rank third, shot 52.8 percent from the field on 23-for-58 and 87.5 percent from the line on 14-of-15 in the five tournament games as Canada placed fifth…had 21 points and 9 rebounds against the U.S. in the tourney…played with current Gonzaga teammate Kelly Olynk. SUMMER OF 2009 Played for Canada’s Junior Men’s National Team at the FIBA U19 World Championship in New Zealand, helping Canada to seventh place…lost to the United States in the quarterfinals…played with current Gonzaga teammate Kelly Olynyk…had three 20-plus points games – 27 against host Australia, 22 against Croatia and 20 against Puerto Rico…grabbed 11 rebounds against Australia to give him a double-double…finished tied for ninth in scoring at 16.2 ppg and tied for 31st in rebounding with 5.3 rpg at FIBA U19 World Championships. FRESHMAN (2009-10) All 31 appearances were off the bench…saw limited playing time early part of season before having sixgame stretch where he played double-digit minutes… began the stretch by scoring 9 points at home against Wake Forest on 4-for-8 night from field including 1-for-1 from 3-point range while playing season-high 24 minutes…scored 10 points against Eastern Washington

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Points 13 vs. San Diego 2/13/10 Rebounds 10 vs. CSU Bakersfield 3/2/10 Assists 6 vs. Eastern Washington 12/28/10 Steals 3 vs. Portland 2/4/10 Blocks 2 vs. at Santa Clara 1/28/10

for first double-digit game of GU career…set season-high with 13 points at home against San Diego late in season…season-high 10 rebounds against CS Bakersfield in final regular-season game…suffered broken foot in West Coast Conference Tournament semifinal, had surgery and missed the NCAA Tournament. Misc. Goes by Manny…his mother and four brothers left Sudan when he was 9-years-old and lived in Kenya prior to re-locating to Regina, Saskatchewan…he spent a year in Edmonton, Alberta, before joining Basketball Canada’s NEDA program, which is a year-round junior development camp…has dual citizenship with Sudan and Canada.

arop

6-6, 208, So - Edmonton, Alberta

2009-10 Game by Game Opponent Pts Rebs Ast Mississippi Valley State 2 4 1 Michigan State 0 1 0 IPFW 0 6 1 Colorado 2 0 0 Wisconsin 0 0 0 Cincinnati 0 1 0 Washington State 0 1 0 Wake Forest 9 9 4 Augustana 4 7 1 Davidson 2 2 1 Duke 6 6 0 Eastern Washington 10 7 6 Oklahoma 5 1 0 Illinois 0 0 0 Portland 2 2 0 Saint Mary’s 4 2 0 San Diego 0 1 1 Pepperdine 3 5 2 Loyola Marymount 0 3 2 Santa Clara 4 2 1 San Francisco 1 2 0 Portland 8 7 0 Memphis 0 4 0 Saint Mary’s 1 2 0 San Diego 13 9 0 Loyola Marymount 9 2 0 Pepperdine 2 6 0 Santa Clara 4 5 0 San Francisco 7 4 1 CSU Bakersfield 5 10 2 Loyola Marymount (WCC) 4 8 0 Saint Mary’s (WCC) DNP Florida State (NCAA) DNP Syracuse (NCAA) DNP

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Mangisto Arop Career Statistics Total 3-Point Rebounds Year GP GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO Ast TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 2009-10 31 0 368 11.9 39 77 .506 8 17 .471 21 37 .568 39 80 119 3.8 28 0 23 15 5 9 107 3.5 TOTAL 31 0 368 11.9 39 77 .506 8 17 .471 21 37 .568 39 80 119 3.8 28 0 23 15 5 9 107 3.5

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Elias

6-7, 245, So - Speyer, GermanY

HIGH SCHOOL Graduated from Friedrich-Magnus-Schwerd-Gymnasium in Speyer, Germany...played for BIS Speyer in German ProB third division for four years, averaging 20.9 ppg and 9.2 rpg in 2009…played for Germany in 2009 European Championships, averaging 2.2 ppg, 2.3 rpg…one of loses in European Championships was to France and former Bulldog and current Golden State Warrior Ronny Turiaf. FRESHMAN (2009-10) Scored 18 points in 19 minutes in his collegiate debut against Mississippi Valley State, going 6-for-8 from the field and 6-for-6 from the free throw line…scored 17 points and grabbed 9 rebounds at Michigan State and Gonzaga just missed the upset…had 10 rebounds for first double-digit outing as Gonzaga came from 15 down to defeat Colorado in opening round of Maui Invitational… scored 12 points and had 8 rebounds against Wisconsin in semifinal and 3 points and 7 rebounds in title-game victory over Cincinnati…went 8-for-11 from field and 8-for-9 from free throw line for season-high 24 points against Washington State while grabbing 12 rebounds for first career double-double, then came back three games later with season-high 27 points against Davidson in Battle in Seattle…after scoring just 5 points against Duke in Madison Square Garden in next outing, began stretch of 11 straight double-figure scoring games with 22 against Eastern Washington…had 19 points and season-high 16 rebounds against Illinois in the United Center in Chicago, scoring the winning basket with :12 to play in overtime and then grabbed the rebound at the other end to seal the victory…had season-high 31 points and 13 rebounds at Saint Mary’s on 13-of-20 night from the field…posted three other double-doubles – 20/13 vs. Pepperdine, 16/14 at Santa Clara and 13/11 at Loyola Marymount…scored 508 points for most by freshman in Gonzaga history… named WCC Newcomer of the Year and All-WCC First

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Points 31 at Saint Mary’s 1/14/10 Rebounds 16 vs. Illinois 1/2/10 Assists 5 at Memphis 2/6/10 Steals three times - most recent at Saint Mary’s 1/14/10 Blocks 2 three times - most recent vs. Florida State 3/19/10

Team…named to National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) All-District 9 first team. SOPHOMORE (2010-11) Joined teammate Steven Gray on John R. Wooden Award Preseason Top 50 Watch List… played for Germany in 2010 FIBA World Championships in Turkey in September…averaged 3.4 ppg, 2.0 rpg…scored tourna-

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ment-high 7 points in final game against Jordan, had 6 points in opener against Argentina… tournament-high 5 rebounds against Australia…Germany went 2-3 but failed to advance out of preliminary round. Misc.

Opponent Pts Rebs Ast Mississippi Valley State 18 7 0 Michigan State 17 9 1 IPFW 8 5 1 Colorado 8 10 0 Wisconsin 12 8 1 Cincinnati 13 7 1 Washington State 24 12 1 Wake Forest 2 2 1 Augustana 4 4 0 Davidson 27 5 1 Duke 5 5 2 Eastern Washington 22 7 1 Oklahoma 15 9 2 Illinois 19 16 1 Portland 18 7 0 Saint Mary’s 31 13 1 San Diego 20 9 2 Pepperdine 20 13 0 Loyola Marymount 22 8 4 Santa Clara 16 14 2 San Francisco 21 8 2 Portland 10 7 1 Memphis 6 6 5 Saint Mary’s 19 4 0 San Diego 9 0 2 Loyola Marymount 13 11 0 Pepperdine 13 6 2 Santa Clara 9 3 1 San Francisco 17 0 0 CSU Bakersfield 9 6 2 Loyola Marymount (WCC) 16 3 0 Saint Mary’s (WCC) 8 6 0 Florida State (NCAA) 13 3 1 Syracuse (NCAA) 24 8 0

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Born and raised in Germany but has dual United States and German citizenship.

Elias Harris Career Statistics Total 3-Point Rebounds Year GP GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO Ast TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 2009-10 34 34 998 29.4 180 329 .547 23 51 .451 125 185 .676 70 171 241 7.1 88 1 38 64 16 32 508 14.9 TOTAL 34 34 998 29.4 180 329 .547 23 51 .451 125 185 .676 70 171 241 7.1 88 1 38 64 16 32 508 14.9

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7-0, 238, So - Kamloops, B.C.

HIGH SCHOOL Attended South Kamloops High…senior year named the Basketball B.C. outstanding high school player after leading the Titans to a 36-2 record and a third-place finish in the B.C. AAA High School Boys’ Basketball Championships…both losses came in overtime, including an 8174 verdict to St. Georges in the championship semifinals after Olynyk fouled out at the end of regulation with 37 points, 14 rebounds and nine assists…went 16-for-29 from the field, including 2-for-5 from 3-point range…South Kamloops was ranked No. 1 throughout the season… came back with 46 points in the bronze medal game, connecting on 15-of-30 field goal attempts, 4-for-8 from 3-point range and 12-for-14 from the free throw line…also grabbed 15 boards, dished out 5 assists and had 5 blocks…in the AAA Championship he led the tournament in scoring at 36.5 ppg with 146 points in four games, led in rebounding with 15.5 rpg with a game-high 19 in the second round, shot 52.8 percent from the field (56-for-106) and 39.1 percent from 3-point range (9-for23) in earning MVP accolades…paced the tourney in assists/game (7.2), blocked shots/game (3.8) and also averaged 2.2 steals/game to rank among the leaders… In addition to playing for South Kamloops, he is also a member of the National Elite Development Academy of Edmonton, Alberta…summer of 2008 was a member of the Canadian Junior Men’s National Team and played in the FIBA Americas U18 tournament in Formosa, Argentina, with current Gonzaga teammate Mangisto Arop…quarterbacked the Titans football team, suffering a broken arm near his shoulder joint in a November, 2007 playoff game…rehabilitated the shoulder, earned the spot with NEDA and capped his high school career with an outstanding season that saw him average 35.0 ppg and 13.0 rpg…scored a career-high 54 points in a game in January, 2009. SUMMER 2009 Played for Canada’s Junior Men’s National Team at the FIBA U19 World Championship in New Zealand, helping Canada to seventh place… lost to the United States in the quarterfinals…played with current Gonzaga teammate Mangisto Arop… averaged 11.2 ppg for 35th, was fifth in rebounding with 8.3 rpg, tied or 12th with 1.2 blocks/game and was 44th in assists with 1.7/game…scored tournament high 24 points against Kazakhstan, and scored in double figures in six other games… double-double against Spain with 10 points, 13 rebounds…grabbed

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7-0, 238, So - Kamloops, B.C.

Points 13 at Portland 1/9/10 Rebounds 7 four times - most resent vs. Santa Clara 2/25/10 Assists 4 vs. Davidson 12/12/09 Steals 2 five times - most recent vs. Saint Mary’s 2/11/10 Blocks 2 at Santa Clara 1/28/10

14 rebounds in seventh-place game against France…blocked 11 shots and had had 15 assists in nine games. FRESHMAN (2009-10) Came off the bench in all 34 games, averaging 12.3 minutes/game… three double-digit games – 10 at home against Washington State and Eastern Washington, and seasonhigh 13 in West Coast Conference opener at Portland…went 4-for-6 from field and 4-for-5 from free throw line against Portland… grabbed 7 rebounds four times – Washington State, at Portland and at home against Saint Mary’s and Santa Clara. SOPHOMORE (2010-11) Played for Canada in 2010 FIBA World Championships in Turkey in September…averaged 8.2 ppg,

2.8 rpg…after getting just one appearance off the bench in first two games, played 19 minutes and scored 13 points against France… played tournament-high 22 minutes against both New Zealand and Spain, scoring 6 points against NZ and 14 against Spain, going 7-for9 from free throw line against Spain…went 8-for-13 from the field over the final three games… grabbed four rebounds in each of last two games…Canada was winless in five games. Misc. Narrowed his choice of college to Syracuse University, Providence University, University of Rhode Island, North Carolina State University and University of San Diego.

2009-10 Game by Game Opponent Pts Rebs Ast Mississippi Valley State 2 2 0 Michigan State 4 3 1 IPFW 6 5 0 Colorado 4 3 2 Wisconsin 2 4 1 Cincinnati 0 2 0 Washington State 10 7 1 Wake Forest 4 1 0 Augustana 3 3 2 Davidson 0 3 4 Duke 0 2 0 Eastern Washington 10 3 1 Oklahoma 2 3 1 Illinois 8 1 1 Portland 13 7 1 Saint Mary’s 4 2 0 San Diego 4 3 0 Pepperdine 4 1 1 Loyola Marymount 7 2 1 Santa Clara 6 3 0 San Francisco 0 0 0 Portland 2 1 3 Memphis 2 0 0 Saint Mary’s 4 7 0 San Diego 2 0 0 Loyola Marymount 3 0 0 Pepperdine 4 0 0 Santa Clara 2 7 2 San Francisco 5 4 3 CSU Bakersfield 2 1 0 Loyola Marymount (WCC) 0 2 0 Saint Mary’s (WCC) 7 3 0 Florida State (NCAA) 0 4 0 Syracuse (NCAA) 4 4 1

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Kelly Olynyk Career Statistics Total 3-Point Rebounds Year GP GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO Ast TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 2009-10 34 0 419 12.3 49 98 .500 4 18 .222 28 47 .596 31 62 93 2.7 68 3 26 21 5 18 130 3.8 TOTAL 34 0 419 12.3 49 98 .500 4 18 .222 28 47 .596 31 62 93 2.7 68 3 26 21 5 18 130 3.8

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6-6, 206, So - Portland, OR

HIGH SCHOOL Earned two varsity letters at Jesuit High in Portland, Ore…helped lead Jesuit to semifinals of Oregon State 6A Tournament as junior… second-team All-Metro League selection as a junior… voted team captain, most valuable player and best defender by high school teammates. FRESHMAN (2008-09) Made squad through open tryout and redshirted. RS-FRESHMAN (2009-10) Appeared in 14 games in reserve role…made collegiate debut in season opener against Mississippi Valley State, playing two minutes…scored first career point against Augustana, going 1-for-2 from the free throw line…first career field goal came at home against Portland, a 3-pointer… scored season-high 4 points at home against Santa Clara with a trey and a free throw…also had season-high 4 rebounds against SCU.

2009-10 Game by Game Opponent Pts Rebs Ast Mississippi Valley State 0 0 0 Michigan State DNP IPFW 0 3 3 Colorado DNP Wisconsin 0 0 0 Cincinnati DNP Washington State DNP Wake Forest DNP Augustana 1 0 0 Davidson DNP Duke 0 1 1 Eastern Washington 0 1 1 Oklahoma DNP Illinois DNP Portland DNP Saint Mary’s DNP San Diego DNP Pepperdine DNP Loyola Marymount 0 0 0 Santa Clara DNP San Francisco 0 0 0 Portland 3 0 0 Memphis DNP Saint Mary’s DNP San Diego 0 1 0 Loyola Marymount DNP Pepperdine DNP Santa Clara 4 4 0 San Francisco DNP CSU Bakersfield 0 0 0 Loyola Marymount (WCC) 0 1 0 Saint Mary’s (WCC) 0 0 0 Florida State (NCAA) DNP Syracuse (NCAA) DNP

* Home games are bold above.

Mike Hart Career Statistics Total 3-Point Year GP GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct 2009-10 14 0 37 2.6 2 5 .400 2 4 .500 2 4 .500 TOTAL 14 0 37 2.6 2 5 .400 2 4 .500 2 4 .500

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PF FO Ast TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 4 0 4 2 2 2 8 0.6 4 0 4 2 2 2 8 0.6

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Attended Spokane’s Gonzaga Prep…helped lead Bullpups to 24-6 record… led all scorers with 22 points as Gonzaga Prep defeated Inglemoor 72-64 in overtime to claim fourth place in 2009 Washington State Class 4A Basketball Tournament…quarterbacked football team to 8-2 record as senior. FRESHMAN (2009-10) Redshirted at Gonzaga University. Misc. Third athlete in immediate family to attend Gonzaga – father John played basketball, mother Nada played volleyball…brother, Houston, plays football for University of Montana, and brother, Michael, plays basketball at Westminster College in Salt Lake City…father, John, played 19 years for Utah Jazz and entered Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame in 2009…great-grandfather, Houston Stockton, was triple-threat halfback from 1922-24, Gonzaga going undefeated his senior year of 1924 as he earned All-America honorable mention.

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6-9, 248, Fr - Brooklyn Park, MN

HIGH SCHOOL Attended Osseo, Minn., High and didn’t make the varsity team until midway through his sophomore year…averaged 2.5 ppg and 1.6 rpg as sophomore then blossomed as junior to average 13.4 ppg and 5.9 rpg…scored in double figures 23 times and had double-digit rebounds six times…Orioles went 28-1, their lone setback 60-59 in the Region finals…scored a career-high 23 points at Coon Rapids and grabbed a career-high 12 rebounds at Orono…senior year averaged 23.9 ppg, 11.5 rpg, 2.0 assists/game, 3.3 blocks/ game and shot 61 percent from the field…team went 23-9 senior year, losing first game before winning 13 straight, and had 16-game winning streak snapped with season-ending loss in playoffs to undefeated Hopkins…senior

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6-4, 192, Fr - Portland, ME

HIGH SCHOOL Attended South Portland High in Portland, Maine… senior season suffered a stress fracture of the left pelvic bone and missed all but three games, playing in the regular-season finale and two Western Maine State Class A Tournament games…scored 32 points in South Portland’s tournament semifinal loss…junior year averaged 27.7 ppg to lead the Southern Maine Athletic Association…also second in 3-point field goals made, sixth in free throws, ninth in steals and 11th in assists… scored 30 or more points seven times, including careerhigh 47…finished as the Red Riots all-time leading scorer with 1,110 points…Portland posted a 14-4 record and lost in the Western Maine State Class A quarterfinals…named to All-State teams selected by the Portland Press Herald/Maine Sunday Telegram and by the Bangor Daily News…sophomore season averaged 17.6 ppg to lead the SMAA and also averaged 5.0 assists/game while being an All-SMAA first-team selection…named the league’s Rookie of the Year as a freshman.

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Monninghoff 6-7, 189, Fr - Ibbenburen, Germany

HIGH SCHOOL Attended Landrat-Lucas-Gymnasium in Leverkusen…played for Bayer Giants Leverkusen, part of the Bayer Leverkusen sports club based in Leverkusen, Germany…based on the number of titles, Leverkusen is the most successful team in the history of German basketball…in 2009, the Bayer company cut down sponsorship and the club went down to Germany’s Pro B (3rd division) to restructure….2010 averaged 7.7 ppg, 2.1 rpg, 1.1 assists while averaging 18.5 minutes/game for 22 games…went 60-for-131 from the field for 45.8 percent, including 31-for-82 from 3-point range for 37.8 percent…team went 12-10…had eight double-digit games, including season-high 21 points in 112-94 win over Deutsche Bank Skyliners Frankfurt II, going 8-for11 from the field including 5-for-8 from 3-point range…in 2010 European U18 Championship played in nine games for Germany, averaging 6.6 ppg, 3.6 rpg, 0.8 assists while averaging 20.2 minutes/game…team went 4-5… scored tournament-high 15 points in 78-49 win over Sweden…went 5-for10 from the field, 3-for-6 from 3-point range…had one other double-digit game, scoring 13 points against Ukraine in 74-59 loss…went 4-for-8 from 3-point range. Misc. Hometown of Ibbenbüren is a medium-sized town in the district of Steinfurt, in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany…it is situated on the Ibbenbürener Aa river, at the northwest end of the Teutoburger forest and is located between the cities Rheine in the west and Osnabrück in the east.

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6-5, 190, Fr - Thionville, France

HIGH SCHOOL Attended Lycée Marcelin Berthelot in Saint-Maurdes-Fosses, France…played for National Institute for Sport and Physical Education (INSEP)…played for France in 2010 European U18 Championship, team going 5-4 to finish seventh…averaged 8.9 ppg, 3.4 rpg, 1.3 steals while averaging 20.9 minutes/ game…went 31-for-66 from field for 47.0 percent…four double-digit games with tournamenthigh 18 points in 75-51 win over Slovenia… went 7-for-9 from field including perfect 3-for3 from 3-point range and grabbed tournament-high 6 rebounds…scored 11 points in opener against Spain, 11 against Sweden and 12 against Russia for other double-digit games…played 12 games for INSEP in 2010, averaging 12.9 ppg, 3.9 rpg, 5.4 assists, 1.2 steals…averaged 12.5 ppg in International Junior Nike Tournament in May, 2010, in Paris as INSEP won title with 83-73 victory over two-time defending champion FMP…his slam dunk with five minutes to play gave INSEP 70-58 lead…scored 9 points, grabbed 4 rebounds and had 6 assists in title game…scored in double digits three times including tournament high 15 against Cajasol of Spain…in IJT Belgrade Tournament to earn qualifying spot for IJT Nike Tournament averaged 13.2 ppg, 4.2 rpg and 5.6 assists as INSEP went 4-1, losing to FMP in title game…scored 21 points against IJT KK Hemofarm Stada of Serbia, going 8-for-12 from field, 7-for-10 from free throw line…also scored in double digits against IJT Partizan Belgrade (19) and FMP (13)…had tournamenthigh 8 rebounds against FMP, 11 assists against IJT KK Buducnost of Montenegro.

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Misc. Hometown of Thionville is a commune in the Moselle department in Lorraine in northeastern France, near the Moselle River and bordering Luxembourg.

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2010-11 Roster No Name Pos # 00 Robert Sacre C 2 Marquise Carter G 3 Demetri Goodson G 10 Mangisto Arop F 11 David Stockton# G 13 Kelly Olynyk F/G 20 Elias Harris F 22 Mathis Mönninghoff F 25 Mathis Keita G # 30 Michael Hart G 33 Keegan Hyland F # 35 Sam Dower C/F 41 Steven Gray G

Ht Wt 7-0 260 6-4 178 6-0 175 6-6 208 5-11 152 7-0 238 6-7 245 6-7 189 6-5 190 6-6 206 6-4 192 6-9 248 6-5 205

Cl Exp JR 2V JR TR JR 2V SO 1V FR RS SO 1V SO 1V FR HS FR HS SO 1V FR HS FR RS SR 3V

Hometown/School North Vancouver, B.C./Handsworth Secondary San Diego, CA/Horizon/Three Rivers CC Spring, TX/Klein Collins Edmonton, Alberta/Ross Sheppard Spokane, WA/Gonzaga Prep Kamloops, British Columbia/South Kamloops Speyer, Germany/Friedrich-Magnus-Schwerd-Gymnasium Ibbenbüren, Germany/Landrat-Lucas-Gymnasium Thionville, France/INSEP/Lycée Marcelin Berthelot Portland, OR/Jesuit Portland, ME/South Portland Brooklyn Park, MN/Osseo Irondale, WA/Bainbridge

# Indicates redshirt year used

HEAD COACH: Mark  Few (12th year, University of Oregon 1987 – 22nd year at Gonzaga) ASSISTANT COACHES: Donny Daniels (1st year, Cal State Fullerton, 1977) Ray Giacoletti (4th year, North Dakota State University, 1985) Tommy Lloyd (10th year, Whitman College, 1998) DIRECTOR/BASKETBALL OPERATIONS: J erry Krause (10th year, Wayne State University, 1959 – 17th year at Gonzaga) BASKETBALL TRAINER: Jennifer Nyland (12th year, Washington State University, 1998)

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Pronunciation Guide Demetri (Duh-mEEt-rEE) Dower (dow-er) Elias (uh-LEE-us) Giacoletti (jack-uh-let-EE) Gonzaga (Gone-ZAG-uh) (ZAG as in BAG) Magisto Arop (Man-GEESE-toe) (uh-rop) Mathis Keita (mu-TEESE KY-tuh) Mathis Mönninghoff (mat-tis moo-ning-hoff) Olynyk (Olyn-ick) Sacre (sack-ray)

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2010 Final Statistics |----- TOTAL----- |

Pct 3FG FGA

|----- REBOUNDS----- |

GP GS Min Avg FG FGA

Off Def Tot Avg

PF FO A TO Blk

Stl

15 BOULDIN, Matt

33 33 1176

35.6 165 366 .451

57 156

.365 127 148 .858

15 139 154

4.7

70

1 132

75

6

46 514 15.6

20 HARRIS, Elias

34 34 998

29.4 180 329 .547

23 51

.451 125 185 .676

70 171 241

7.1

88

1

38

64 16

32 508 14.9

32 GRAY, Steven

34 34 1083

31.9 160 347 .461

51 155

.329

91 117 .778

26 111 137

4.0

79

3

98

76 13

39 462 13.6

00 SACRE, Robert

34 33 859

25.3 121 230 .526

1

1 1.000 107 170 .629

63 120 183

5.4

98

2

20

68 65

23 350 10.3

03 GOODSON, Demetri 34 33 871

25.6 79 168 .470

4 29

.138

55

98 .561

21

51

72

2.1

80

1

61

54

4

30 217

6.4

34 KONG, Bol

31

0 389

12.5 48 105 .457

24 57

.421

18

26 .692

14

32

46

1.5

21

0

18

15

0

14 138

4.5

13 OLYNYK, Kelly

34

0 419

12.3 49

98 .500

4 18

.222

28

47 .596

31

62

93

2.7

68

3

26

21

5

18 130

3.8

01 AROP, Mangisto

31

0 368

11.9 39

77 .506

8 17

.471

21

37 .568

39

80 119

3.8

28

0

23

15

5

9 107

3.5

05 VILARINO, G.J.

25

0 195

7.8 18

38 .474

2

.286

19

30 .633

2

11

0.5

19

0

5

10

0

8

57

2.3

16

2

4

52

2.2

15 23

2

58

2.0 1.8

7

Pct FT FTA

Pct

13

10 GIBBS, Grant

24

1 224

9.3 19

44 .432

6 19

.316

8

17 .471

11

35

46

1.9

26

0

21

45 FOSTER, Will

29

1 212

7.3 27

41 .659

0

0

.000

4

24 .167

18

25

43

1.5

27

0

8

Pts Avg

14 POLING, Andy*

6

0

23

3.8

4

5 .800

0

0

.000

3

13 .231

2

9

11

1.8

5

0

0

2

2

0

11

30 HART, Michael

14

0

37

2.6

2

5 .400

2

4

.500

2

4 .500

2

9

11

0.8

4

0

4

2

2

2

8

0.6

04 PONTAROLO-MAAG, Chris 6

1

21

3.5

1

3 .333

0

2

.000

0

0 .000

0

5

5

0.8

1

0

2

2

0

0

2

0.3

TEAM

44

68 112

3.3

0

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|-----3-PTS-----|

## Player

Total

34 912 1856 .491 182 516

.353 608 916 .664 358 928 1286 37.8 614

2010 WCC Statistics

Opponents

34 818 2006 .408 216 655

.330 439 677 .648 377 757 1134 33.4 725

9

11 456 444 143 227 2614 76.9 24 416 442 98 224 2291 67.4

* Inactive player

1st

2nd

OT Total DEADBALL REBOUNDS

OFF DEF TOTAL

GONZAGA BULLDOGS

SCORE BY PERIODS

1284

1308

22

2614 GONZAGA BULLDOGS

132

10

142

Opponents

1015

1254

22

2291 Opponents

110

6

116

2010 WCC Statistics |----- TOTAL----- |

|-----3-PTS-----|

GP GS Min Avg FG FGA

Off Def Tot Avg

20 HARRIS, Elias

14 14 437

31.2 87 152 .572

9 19

.474

55

86 .640

29

15 BOULDIN, Matt

14 14 519

37.1 79 164 .482

24 66

.364

51

59 .864

32 GRAY, Steven

14 14 445

31.8 71 155 .458

16 60

.267

36

44 .818

00 SACRE, Robert

14 14 354

25.3 37

79 .468

0

0

.000

36

03 GOODSON, Demetri 14 14 332

23.7 34

64 .531

3 11

.273

13 OLYNYK, Kelly

14

0 170

12.1 25

42 .595

3

6

01 AROP, Mangisto

14

0 168

12.0 21

33 .636

4

7

34 KONG, Bol

14

0 168

12.0 18

43 .419

10 GIBBS, Grant

10

0

83

8.3 10

45 FOSTER, Will

12

0

93

7.8 11

05 VILARINO, G.J.

7

0

41

5.9

30 HART, Michael

5

0

11

04 PONTAROLO-MAAG, Chris 2

0

4

Pct 3FG FGA

|----- REBOUNDS----- |

## Player

Pct FT FTA

PF FO A TO Blk

Stl

74 103

7.4

40

1

17

27

7

14 238 17.0

8

53

61

4.4

34

1

60

24

4

15 233 16.6

8

52

60

4.3

34

1

38

27

4

15 194 13.9

60 .600

30

43

73

5.2

39

1

9

18

39 .462

8

22

30

2.1

32

0

.500

7

14 .500

18

19

37

2.6

26

.571

12

21 .571

16

36

52

3.7

12

7 22

.318

6

10 .600

8

13

21

1.5

23 .435

1

8

.125

5

7 .714

7

11

18

18 .611

0

0

.000

4

10 .400

11

11

22

4

9 .444

0

1

.000

3

4 .750

2

0

2.2

2

2 1.000

2

2 1.000

1

2 .500

1

2.0

0

0 .000

0

0

0

0 .000

TEAM

.000

Pct

Pts Avg

25 34

11 110

7.9

26

16

3

10

89

6.4

1

11

9

2

10

60

4.3

0

7

7

3

6

58

4.1

9

0

9

10

0

6

49

3.5

1.8

12

0

6

5

0

0

26

2.6

1.8

11

0

5

6 12

2

26

2.2

2

0.3

2

0

3

3

0

1

11

1.6

4

5

1.0

0

0

0

0

1

0

7

1.4

0

2

2

1.0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0.0

10

25

35

2.5

0

6

Total

14 399 784 .509 69 202

.342 234 356 .657 156 365 521 37.2 251

5 191 165 70

90 1101 78.6

14 334 810 .412 84 252

.333 179 282 .635 157 294 451 32.2 282

8 166 174 35

83 931 66.5

Opponents

SCORE BY PERIODS

1st

2nd

OT Total DEADBALL REBOUNDS

GONZAGA BULLDOGS

551

540

10

Opponents

419

498

14

1101 GONZAGA BULLDOGS 931 Opponents

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OFF DEF TOTAL 58

4

62

52

0

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2010 Results OVERALL (27-7) (12-2) (15-5)

HOME AWAY NEUTRAL (13-1) (6-3) (8-3) (7-0) (5-2) (0-0) (6-1) (1-1) (8-3)

DATE TIME OPPONENT SCORE ATTEND HIGH POINTS 11/14/09 5 pm MISSISSIPPI VALLEY STATE W 92-74 6000 (22)BOULDIN, Matt 11/17/09 8 p.m. at MICHIGAN STATE SPARTANS (#2/2) 71-75 L 14759 (17)SACRE, Robert (17)HARRIS, Elias 11/20/09 6 p.m. IPFW MASTODONS W 90-55 6000 (15)BOULDIN, Matt (15)SACRE, Robert 11/23/09 10 a.m. + vs COLORADO BUFFALOES W 76-72 2400 (27)GRAY, Steven 11/24/09 4:30 p.m. + vs WISCONSIN BADGERS W 74-61 2400 (18)BOULDIN, Matt 11/25/09 5:10 p.m. + vs CINCINNATI BEARCATS Wot 61-59 2400 (14)SACRE, Robert 12/02/09 6 p.m. WASHINGTON STATE COUGARS W 74-69 6000 (28)BOULDIN, Matt 12/05/09 2:30 p.m. WAKE FOREST DEMON DEACONS 75-77 L 6000 (22)BOULDIN, Matt 12/09/09 6 p.m. AUGUSTANA VIKINGS W 79-40 6000 (12)GRAY, Steven 12/12/09 4 p.m. ~ vs DAVIDSON WILDCATS W 103-91 13176 (27)HARRIS, Elias 12/19/09 4 p.m. # vs DUKE BLUE DEVILS (#7/7) 41-76 L 14554 (9)SACRE, Robert 12/28/09 6 p.m. EASTERN WASHINGTON EAGLES W 94-52 6000 (22)HARRIS, Elias 12/31/09 7 p.m. $ vs OKLAHOMA SOONERS W 83-69 11452 (18)GRAY, Steven 1/02/10 12 pm ^ vs ILLINOIS FIGHTING ILLINI Wot 85-83 20917 (20)GRAY, Steven 01/09/10 7:05 p.m. * at PORTLAND PILOTS W 81-78 5003 (20)BOULDIN, Matt 1/14/10 8 p.m. * at SAINT MARY’S GAELS W 89-82 3500 (31)HARRIS, Elias 1/16/10 6 p.m. * at SAN DIEGO TOREROS W 68-50 4158 (20)HARRIS, Elias 1/21/10 6 p.m. * PEPPERDINE WAVES W 91-84 6000 (32)BOULDIN, Matt 1/23/10 5 p.m. * LOYOLA MARYMOUNT LIONS W 85-69 6000 (22)HARRIS, Elias 1/28/10 8 p.m. * at SANTA CLARA BRONCOS W 71-64 4700 (19)GRAY, Steven (19)BOULDIN, Matt 1/30/10 6:30 p.m. * at SAN FRANCISCO DONS 77-81 Lot 4114 (21)HARRIS, Elias 2/4/10 8 p.m . * PORTLAND PILOTS W 76-49 6000 (20)BOULDIN, Matt 2/6/10 3 p.m. at MEMPHIS TIGERS W 66-58 17037 (19)BOULDIN, Matt 2/11/10 8 p.m. * SAINT MARY’S GAELS W 80-61 6000 (19)HARRIS, Elias 02/13/10 7 p.m. * SAN DIEGO TOREROS W 82-65 6000 (19)GRAY, Steven 2/18/10 6 p.m. * at LOYOLA MARYMOUNT LIONS 66-74 L 3770 (13)HARRIS, Elias 2/20/10 6 p.m. * at PEPPERDINE WAVES W 72-54 3021 (18)BOULDIN, Matt 02/25/10 8 p.m. * SANTA CLARA BRONCOS W 88-51 6000 (26)GRAY, Steven 2/27/10 5 p.m. * SAN FRANCISCO DONS W 75-69 6000 (17)HARRIS, Elias 3/2/10 5 p.m. CSU BAKERSFIELD W 78-59 6000 (15)BOULDIN, Matt 3/7/10 5:30 p.m. ? vs LOYOLA MARYMOUNT LIONS W 77-62 7941 (18)GRAY, Steven 3/8/10 6 p.m. ? vs SAINT MARY’S GAELS 62-81 L 7726 (16)GRAY, Steven 3/19/10 7:10 p.m. & vs FLORIDA STATE SEMINOLES W 67-60 18948 (17)BOULDIN, Matt 3/21/10 12:11 p.m. & vs SYRACUSE ORANGE (#4/4) 65-87 L (24)HARRIS, Elias

HIGH REBOUNDS (9)SACRE, Robert (9)HARRIS, Elias (8)SACRE, Robert (10)HARRIS, Elias (8)HARRIS, Elias (11)BOULDIN, Matt (12)HARRIS, Elias (9)AROP, Mangisto (7)GRAY, Steven (8)GIBBS, Grant (6)AROP, Mangisto (7)HARRIS, Elias (7)KONG, Bol (7)AROP, Mangisto (9)HARRIS, Elias (16)HARRIS, Elias (7)OLYNYK, Kelly (7)HARRIS, Elias (14)GRAY, Steven (10)SACRE, Robert (13)HARRIS, Elias (8)HARRIS, Elias (8)SACRE, Robert (14)HARRIS, Elias

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RECORD: ALL GAMES CONFERENCE. NON-CONFERENCE

(12)BOULDIN, Matt (7)AROP, Mangisto (7)HARRIS, Elias (7)GRAY, Steven (7)OLYNYK, Kelly (9)AROP, Mangisto (11)HARRIS, Elias (6)HARRIS, Elias (7)OLYNYK, Kelly (5)BOULDIN, Matt (5)SACRE, Robert (10)AROP, Mangisto (8)AROP, Mangisto (7)SACRE, Robert (9)SACRE, Robert (8)HARRIS, Elias (8)SACRE, Robert

+ EA Sports Maui Invitational @ Lahaina, Maui ^ United Center, Chicago, IL # Aeropostale Classic @ Madison Square Garden, New York, NY ~ Battle in Seattle @ KeyArena, Seattle, WA $ Ronald McDonald House Charities Classic @ Spokane, Arena, Spokane, WA * West Coast Conference Game ? West Coast Conference Tournament @ Orleans Arena, Las Vegas, NV & NCAA First and Second Round @ HSBC Arena, Buffalo, NY First number in () following opponent is Associated press ranking, second number is USA Today/ESPN ranking.

ATTENDANCE SUMMARY HOME AWAY NEUTRAL TOTAL

GAMES TOTALS AVG/GAME 14 84,000 6,000 9 60,062 6,674 11 101,914 9,265 34 245,976 7,235

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2010 Recap

2009-10 Season in review

An Even Dozen Gonzaga ran its consecutive NCAA Tournament appearances streak to 12, one of the top marks in the country. The University of Arizona had its 25-year streak snapped when the Wildcats failed to make the 2010 field. That moved the University of Kansas into the top spot, the Jayhawks attending their 21st straight dance. Duke University is now second with 15 straight and Michigan State University is third with 13 in a row. Gonzaga is joined in a tie for fourth by the University of Texas and the University of Wisconsin with 12, streaks that started with the 1999 NCAA Tournament. Advancing Gonzaga has advanced to at least the second round in eight of head coach Mark Few’s 11 appearances in the NCAA Tournament as head coach. The Bulldogs have been to the Sweet Sixteen four times under Few, five counting 1999 when the Bulldogs advanced with Few as an assistant coach. Gonzaga has been in the Sweet Sixteen in 2009, 2006, 2001, 2000 and 1999. Playing the Champs With Duke winning the NCAA Tournament title in 2010, Gonzaga has a history of playing the eventual national champion. In 1999 the Bulldogs lost to eventual national champion Connecticut in the NCAA Elite Eight, in 2009 the Bulldogs faced North Carolina in the NCAA Second Round and last season the Bulldogs played Duke in Madison Square Garden in a regular-season matchup. Conference Title Games Gonzaga appeared in its 13th consecutive West Coast Conference Tournament final in 2010, the secondlongest streak of years making a final of a conference tournament among current conferences. The University of Kentucky went to the final of the SEC tournament for 14 successive seasons under Adolph Rupp from 1939-52. Regular-Season Title Streak Reaches 10 Gonzaga University wrapped up its 10th straight West Coast Conference regular-season title, the longest current active streak in the nation and ranks tied for second all-time in the NCAA Division I ranks. The Bulldogs knotted UNLV (Big West, 1983-92) and UConn (Yankee, 1951-60) for second behind UCLA’s 13 Pacific-10 Conference titles from 1967-79.

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13 and 20 Gonzaga hit the 20-win mark for a 13th-straight season in 2010. The Bulldogs hit the plateau for the 17th time in the last 19 years. Gonzaga head coach Mark Few has been a part of all 17 20-win seasons, including all 11 of his years as head coach. Gonzaga has won at least 23 games in each of those 13 seasons. Home Sweet Home With a season-ending home sweep to put the finishing touches on a 7-0 home season in West Coast Conference play, Gonzaga University will take a 22-game WCC home winning streak into 2011. The Bulldogs have gone undefeated at home three straight WCC seasons and won their final home game of 2007 after losing to Santa Clara University 84-73. The Zags are 104-6 in WCC home games since the last time they lost two WCC home games in the same season. The Bulldogs dropped back-to-back games in their conference home openers in 1995, falling to Santa Clara University 73-68 in overtime Jan. 19 and 68-63 to Saint Mary’s Jan. 21. The Bulldogs downed Loyola Marymount University and Pepperdine University in their next homestand and went on to win their last five WCC home games that year to begin their current home dominance. Since moving into the McCarthey Athletic Center for the 2004-05 season Gonzaga is 75-4 in the new facility, winning its first 38 games in their new home. Santa Clara University halted the streak with an 84-73 victory Feb. 12, 2007. From Three Gonzaga University has extended its string of consecutive games with a 3-pointer to 560. The last time the Bulldogs didn’t connect from three was Jan. 27, 1993, when they went 0-for-5 at the University of Portland. Few Takes Top Spot Gonzaga University head coach Mark Few became the winningest men’s basketball coach in Bulldog history with last year’s NCAA Tournament First Round over Florida State University. He was tied with Hank Anderson entering the tilt with 290 victories. Few tied Anderson in the Bulldogs semifinal victory over Loyola Marymount University in the West Coast Conference Tournament. Anderson coached the Zags for 21 years from 1952-72 and posted a 290-275 record. Few ended the season with a record of 291-73 for a winning percentage of .799. He is the winningest active coach in NCAA Division I ahead of the University of North Carolina’s Roy Williams.

West Coast Conference Gonzaga Located in Spokane, Wash. population is 418,000 enrollment is 7,500 nickname is Bulldogs or Zags McCarthey Athletic Center (6,000)

Saint Mary’s Located in Moraga, Calif. population is 17,270 enrollment is 3,840 nickname is Gaels McKeon Pavilion (3,500)

Loyola Marymount Located in Los Angeles, Calif. population is 3,849,278 enrollment is 8,300 nickname is Lions Albert Gersten Pavilion (4,156)

San Diego Located in San Diego, Calif. population is 3,001,072 enrollment is 7,600 nickname Toreros Jenny Craig Pavilion (5,100)

Pepperdine Located in Malibu, Calif. population is 13,042 enrollment is 8,000 nickname is Waves Firestone Fieldhouse (3,104).

San Francisco Located in San Francisco, Calif. population is 815,358 enrollment is 8,000 nickname is Dons War Memorial Gymnasium (5,300)

Portland Located in Portland, Ore. population is 568,380 enrollment is 3,600 nickname is Pilots Chiles Center (4,852)

Santa Clara Located in Santa Clara, Calif. population is 111,997 enrollment is 8,685 nickname is Broncos Leavey Center (4,500)

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Member Information

West Coast Conference Communications Staff Scott Leykam

Associate Commissioner for External Relations sleykam@westcoast.org

Jeff Tourial

Director of Communications and New Media jtourial@westcoast.org

Stefanie Ordoveza

Associate Director for Marketing and Communications sordoveza@westcoast.org

James Vega

Communications and New Media Coordinator jvega@westcoast.org

Website www.wccsports.com

Mailing Address: 111 Bayhill Drive, Suite 405 San Bruno, CA 94066

Phone 650.873.8622 Fax 650.873.7846

Jamie Zaninovich

Colleen Lim

Scott Leykam

Commissioner

Associate Commissioner for Governance and Administration

Associate Commissioner for External Relations

Carolyn Jenkins

Mia Brickhouse

Sarah Wilhelmi

Associate Commissioner for Business and Operations

Assistant Commissioner for Championship and Administration

Assistant Commissioner for Compliance and Student Services

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2009-10 WCC Stats Men’s Final 2009-10 WCC Standings Team Conf. Pct. Overall Pct. Gonzaga # 12-2 .857 27-7 .794 Saint Mary’s # 11-3 .786 28-6 .824 Portland $ 10-4 .714 21-11 .656 Loyola Marymount $ 7-7 .500 18-16 .529 San Francisco 7-7 .500 12-18 .400 Santa Clara 3-11 .214 11-21 .344 San Diego 3-11 .214 11-21 .344 Pepperdine 3-11 .214 7-24 .226

2009-10 Season in review

# NCAA Tournament Berth $ CollegeInsider.com Postseason Tournament

2009-10 All-WCC First Team Matt Bouldin GON Sr. T.J. Campbell POR Sr. Steven Gray GON Jr. Elias Harris GON Fr. Dior Lowhorn USF Sr. Mickey McConnell SMC Jr. Omar Samhan SMC Sr. Robin Smeulders POR Sr. Vernon Teel LMU Jr. Drew Viney LMU So.

G G G F F G C F G F

WCC Player of the Year Matt Bouldin, GON

WCC Defensive Player of the Year Omar Samhan, SMC

Coach of the Year Mark Few, GON

Newcomer of the Year Elias Harris, GON

Honorable Mention Pepperdine: Keion Bell, Mychel Thompson. Portland: Luke Sikma, Jared Stohl. Saint Mary’s: Matthew Dellavedova. San Diego: Brandon Johnson. Santa Clara: Marc Trasolini All-Freshman Team Gonzaga: Elias Harris. LMU: Ashley Hamilton. Saint Mary’s: Matthew Dellavedova. San Diego: Chris Manresa. Santa Clara: Robert Smith. Team Scoring Team Saint Mary’s Gonzaga Portland Loyola Marymount San Francisco San Diego Santa Clara Pepperdine

G 34 34 32 34 30 32 32 31

PF 2668 2614 2306 2578 2116 1996 2049 2044

Avg 78.5 76.9 72.1 75.8 70.5 62.4 64.0 65.9

PA 2258 2291 2117 2581 2186 2119 2225 2316

Avg 66.4 67.4 66.2 75.9 72.9 66.2 69.5 74.7

Margin +12.1 +9.5 +5.9 -0.1 -2.3 -3.8 -5.5 -8.8

Team Rebounding Team G Gonzaga 34 Saint Mary’s 34 San Francisco 30 Portland 32 Pepperdine 31 Santa Clara 32 Loyola Marymount 34 San Diego 32

Team 1286 1244 1040 1068 1122 1091 1171 971

Avg. 37.8 36.6 34.7 33.4 36.2 34.1 34.4 30.3

Opp. 1134 1096 928 983 1108 1090 1192 1061

Avg. 33.4 32.2 30.9 30.7 35.7 34.1 35.1 33.2

Margin +4.5 +4.4 +3.7 +2.7 +0.5 0 -0.6 -2.8

Shooting Percentage Free Throws Team FTM FTA Pct Saint Mary’s 496 652 0.761 Portland 457 622 0.735 San Diego 416 584 0.712 Pepperdine 464 659 0.704 San Francisco 482 698 0.691 Loyola Marymount 537 782 0.687 Santa Clara 508 743 0.684 Gonzaga 608 916 0.664

3-Pointers 3FGM 3FGA 284 699 253 622 220 616 194 569 166 466 195 518 149 498 182 516

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Pct 0.406 0.407 0.357 0.341 0.356 0.376 0.299 0.353

Field Goal Percentages (FG Defense) Team FGM FGA Pct FGM Gonzaga 912 1856 0.491 818 Saint Mary’s 944 1950 0.484 856 Portland 798 1720 0.464 746 Loyola Marymount 881 1937 0.455 851 San Francisco 696 1558 0.447 744 San Diego 680 1652 0.412 724 Santa Clara 696 1692 0.411 756 Pepperdine 693 1760 0.394 790

FGA 2006 2023 1702 1935 1666 1592 1699 1723

Misc. Stats Team Assists Saint Mary’s 543 Portland 472 Gonzaga 456 Loyola Marymount 457 San Francisco 365 San Diego 367 Pepperdine 342 Santa Clara 316

Steals Avg 168 4.9 207 6.5 227 6.7 250 7.4 155 5.2 213 6.7 152 4.9 232 7.3

Avg 16.0 14.8 13.4 13.4 12.2 11.5 11.0 9.9

Blocks 176 53 142 138 59 96 75 121

Avg 5.2 1.7 4.2 4.1 2.0 3.0 2.4 3.8

Individual Scoring Leaders Name-Team GP FG 3FG Omar Samhan, SMC 34 282 0 Keion Bell, PEP 31 194 40 Dior Lowhorn, USF 29 189 22 Drew Viney, LMU 32 184 63 Matt Bouldin, GON 33 165 57 Vernon Teel, LMU 34 171 18 Elias Harris, GON 34 180 23 Brandon Johnson, USD 29 120 56 Mickey McConnell, SMC 34 159 77 Marc Trasolini, SCU 32 149 19 T.J. Campbell, POR 32 129 63 Steven Gray, GON 34 160 51

FT 160 147 133 104 127 162 125 109 74 122 116 91

Individual Field Goal Pct. Leaders Name-Team GP FG FGA Luke Sikma, POR 32 98 174 Omar Samhan, SMC 34 282 510 Elias Harris, GON 34 180 329 Ashley Hamilton, LMU 26 79 148 Marc Trasolini, SCU 32 149 280 Kevin Young, LMU 34 146 277 Robert Sacre, GON 34 121 230

Pct 0.563 0.553 0.547 0.534 0.532 0.527 0.526

Individual Rebounding Leaders Name-Team GP Off Omar Samhan, SMC 34 119 ALLEN, Ben-SMC 34 57 Luke Sikma, POR 32 73 Elias Harris, GON 34 70 VINEY, Drew-LMU 32 47

Def 250 201 168 171 178

Individual Assist Leaders Name-Team GP T.J. Campbell, POR 32 Vernon Teel, LMU 34 Mickey McConnell, SMC 34 Matthew Dellavedova, SMC 34 Matt Bouldin, GON 33

No. Avg 180 5.6 190 5.6 174 5.1 153 4.5 132 4.0

Individual Steals Leaders Name-Team GP Brandon Johnson, USD 29 Vernon Teel, LMU 34 Troy Payne, SCU 32 Jarred DuBois, LMU 30 Mickey McConnell, SMC 34 Matt Bouldin, GON 33

No. Avg 54 1.9 61 1.8 52 1.6 45 1.5 50 1.5 46 1.4

Individual Block Leaders Name-Team GP No. Avg Omar Samhan, SMC 34 99 2.9 Robert Sacre, GON 34 65 1.9 Marc Trasolini, SCU 32 50 1.6 Drew Viney, LMU 32 38 1.2 Roberto Mafra, USD 32 37 1.2

Pct 0.408 0.423 0.438 0.44 0.447 0.455 0.445 0.459

Pts 724 575 533 535 514 522 508 405 469 439 437 462

Total Avg 369 10.9 258 7.6 241 7.5 241 7.1 225 7.0

Avg 21.3 18.5 18.4 16.7 15.6 15.4 14.9 14.0 13.8 13.7 13.7 13.6

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National Honors J.P BATISTA Associated Press All-America Honorable Mention, 2006 MATT BOULDIN Associated Press Honorable Mention All-American, 2010 ERIC BRADY District VIII CoSIDA All-Academic First Team, 1990-91; 1991-92 JEFF BROWN District VIII CoSIDA All-Academic First Team, 1991-92; 1992-93; 1993-94 GTE/CoSIDA Academic All-America Third Team, 1991-92 GTE/CoSIDA Academic All-America First Team, 1992-93; 1993-94 GTE/CoSIDA Men’s Basketball Academic All-American of the Year, 1993-94 Playboy Magazine Anson Mount Scholar Athlete, 1993-94

History

FRANK BURGESS Helms Foundation All-American, 1959-60 Associated Press Second Team All-American, 1960-61 United Press International All-American, 1960-61 Helms Foundation All-American, 1960-61 NABC Third Team All-American, 1960-61 CASEY CALVARY John R. Wooden Second Team All-American, 2000-01 Associated Press Honorable Mention All-American, 2000-01 NCAA West Regional First Team, 1999 JARROD DAVIS District VIII CoSIDA All-Academic First Team, 1990-91; 1991-92 GTE/CoSIDA All-Academic Second Team, 1990-91 GTE/CoSIDA All-Academic First Team, 1991-92 DAN DICKAU Associated Press First Team All-American, 2001-02 John R. Wooden Award Top Five All-American, 2001-02 NABC Second Team All-American, 2001-02 District VIII CoSIDA All-Academic Second Team, 2000-01 Verizon/CoSIDA All-Academic First Team, 2002 BILL DUNLAP Associated Press Honorable Mention All-American, 1981-82 RICH EVANS Catholic Digest All-American, 1949-50 RICHIE FRAHM College 3-Point Shooting Champion, 2000 NABC All-Star Game participant, 2000 QUENTIN HALL NCAA West Regional First Team, 1999 BRET HOLMDAHL District VIII CoSIDA All-Academic First Team, 1989-90 JON KINLOCH District VIII CoSIDA All-Academic First Team, 1994-95; 1995-96 GARY LECHMAN Helms Foundation All-American, 1966-67

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SEAN MALLON District VIII CoSIDA All-Academic First Team, 2004-05, 2007 Division I-AAA Scholar Athlete Team, 2006 BRYCE MCPHEE CoSIDA Academic All-America Third Team, 1982-83 CoSIDA Academic All-America Second Team, 1983-84 CoSIDA Academic All-America First Team, 1984-85 JIM MCPHEE National Jesuit News First Team, 1988-89; 1989-90 GTE/CoSIDA Academic All-America Second Team, 1989-90 District VIIII CoSIDA All-Academic First Team, 1989-90 ADAM MORRISON Associated Press Honorable Mention All-American, 2004-05 Division I Scoring Champ, 2006 Co-Player of the Year by NABC, 2006 Chevrolet Player of the Year (CBS Sports), 2006 Co-Player of the Year bu USBWA, 2006 John R. Wooden Award Top Five All-American Team, 2006 Associated Press All-America First Team, 2006 JEREMY PARGO Associated Press Honorable Mention All-America, 2007-08 DEREK RAIVIO Associated Press Honorable Mention All-American, 2007 MATT SANTANGELO Associated Press Honorable Mention All-American, 1998-99 SCOTT SNIDER District VIII CoSIDA All-Academic First Team, 1995-96 BLAKE STEPP Associated Press Second Team All-American, 2003-04 John R. Wooden Award Second Team All-American, 2003-04 NABC Second Team All-American, 2003-04 Associated Press Honorable Mention All-American, 2002-03 Verizon/CoSIDA All-Academic Second Team, 2003-04 Verizon/CoSIDA All-Academic Third Team, 2002-03 JOHN STOCKTON Associated Press Honorable Mention All-American, 1983-84 United Press International Honorable Mention All-American, 1983-84 CoSIDA Academic All-America Second Team, 1983-84 BILL SUTER United Press International “Small All-America,” 1965-66 RONNY TURIAF Associated Press Honorable Mention All-American, 2003-04 Associated Press Honorable Mention All-American, 2004-05 MIKE WINGER National Jesuit News Honorable Mention, 1988-89; 1989-90

For 103 years Gonzaga University basketball teams have been an important part of the athletic scene in the Inland Northwest - from early days in the NAIA small college ranks to recent times competing as Spokane’s only NCAA Division I representative. But most recently Zag Nation has sprung up in the Spokane community, the state of Washington, the Pacific Northwest, the West Coast and nationally. Gonzaga, like no other team in recent years – or perhaps even in the history of NCAA Division I basketball – has become the national icon of “the little school that could” like the Bulldogs have from 1999 to the present. No team in recent memory has captured the hearts and imagination of the city and nation like the 1999 version of the Bulldogs with their run to the NCAA Elite Eight. The city and campus were electrified with the Zags’ explosion into the national limelight. From the first-round upset of the University Minnesota, to the second-round shocker of Stanford University to the Cinderella win over Florida State University and a berth in the Elite Eight, Gonzaga was the star of the basketball universe. CBS Sports commentator Gus Johnson’s ecstatic call of “the slipper still fits” became one of the most exciting exclamation points in sports broadcast history. It’s still brought out of storage when Gonzaga begins to make another run during March Madness. The school known more Bing Crosby than for its basketball success now had its identity on the basketball court as more than just the school John Stockton attended. The 1999 team may be the most celebrated in school history. Four players were named to the All-West Coast Conference first team – Matt Santangelo, Quentin Hall, Richie Frahm and Jeremy Eaton. The fifth starter Casey Calvary - was accorded honorable mention honors. Santangelo also joined Stockton as a Gonzaga gold medalist, helping lead USA Basketball to the World University Games gold in Spain in 1999. He was also named to Playboy’s pre-season All-America team that same summer. Paul Rogers became Gonzaga’s latest Olympian in 2000 as he represented his home nation of Australia at the Sydney Games. But getting from that first basketball season of 1907-08 – Gonzaga went 9-2 that season – to where the Bulldogs are today was hardly an overnight journey. History shows the Zags reached new heights in the 40’s, making trips to the National Intercollegiate Basketball Tournament (known today as the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics) in 1948 and again in 1953. But as success grew more frequent, so did the program’s need to expand. So, in 1958, Gonzaga officially outgrew NAIA status and began competing as a NCAA independent.

It was easier to be unaffiliated in those days. But as the years wore on, it became apparent a conference affiliation would help Gonzaga’s basketball program prosper. The Big Sky Conference became Gonzaga’s first conference affiliation, the Bulldogs becoming a charter member in 1963 as the only non-football institution in the new league. Many believe Gonzaga’s membership in the Big Sky was welcomed to add academic prestige to the league. The program continued to thrive through the 60’s and early 70’s under Hank Anderson, the mid-70’s under Adrian Buoncristiani and reached new levels in the 80’s with Dan Fitzgerald and Jay Hillock at the helm. Fitzgerald, who passed the coaching reigns to Dan Monson following the 1997 season following his second stint on the Bulldogs sidelines, guided the program into the decade of the 90’s. After two seasons under Monson, guidance of the Gonzaga program was passed into the capable hands of Mark Few, the sixth head coach in the programs NCAA Division I history. It was in Fitzgerald’s second season as head coach in 1979-80 that the Zags took a step to join the West Coast Conference. Fitz’ team responded to the new challenge and posted a 16-11 record. The next season Gonzaga finished 19-8, just behind the University of San Francisco and Pepperdine University for the league title, and received strong consideration for a National Invitational Tournament (NIT) bid. Gonzaga has had a long history of producing great individuals on and off the court. Hank Anderson was probably as instrumental as anyone in the positive development of the program as coach and as athletic director, a dual role Fitzgerald also shouldered. The dean of GU basketball coaches, Anderson compiled a 290-272 record in 21 seasons, coaching some of the school’s most noted athletes. Among the standouts on Anderson’s teams was Frank Burgess, who led the nation in scoring in 1960-61 with a 32.4 average and was named Associated Press second-team AllAmerica. He still reigns as the all-time leading scorer in Bulldog history and his jersey hangs from the rafters of the McCarthey Athletic Center, the newest home to Bulldog basketball. Bill Suter was a two-time United Press International Small All-America (under 6-0) pick in 1965 and again in ‘66. Gary Lechman was twice a Helms Foundation All-America, 1966-67. Playing for coaches Claude McGrath and L.T. Underwood, Rich Evans was named Catholic Digest All-America in 1950. Fitzgerald ranks as the school’s third-winningest coach with 254 wins, surpassing the 129 wins McGrath compiled during his 12-year tenure at GU. Fitzgerald passed McGrath in 1990 when Gonzaga defeated Howard University in the inaugural game of the Shootout Spokane, and Few now ranks as the all-time winningest

coach, surpassing the 290 wins of Anderson during the 2010 season with a win over Florida State University in the NCAA Tournament First Round in Buffalo, NY. Fitzgerald was responsible for recruiting six All-America performers. The first was floppy-haired Bill Dunlap who came out of Lower Columbia Community College to earn honorable mention All-America honors in 1982. Next came John Stockton, who like Dunlap, was an Associated Press honorable mention All-America as well as an academic All-America. Stockton, the final player cut in the 1984 U.S. Olympic trials, became Gonzaga’s inaugural first-round draft pick in the National Basketball Association when selected by the Utah Jazz. Stockton’s Olympic dream came true when he was selected in September, 1991, to be a part of the 1992 U.S. Olympic Dream Team, the first time players from the NBA were allowed to compete for the United States. In 1996 Stockton was again selected to the Olympic Dream Team, helping the U.S. capture the gold medal in Atlanta, GA. In 2009 Stockton was inducted to the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame. Then came Bryce McPhee, followed by younger brother Jim McPhee. Bryce was GU’s first-ever first-team Academic All-America pick, and Jim earned second team honors for his academic prowess. Rhodes Scholar applicant Jarrod Davis was a second-team Academic All-America selection as a junior in 1991, and a first-team pick as a senior, while Jeff Brown earned third team honors as a sophomore in 1992 and first-team accolades as a junior and senior in 1993 and ‘94, respectively. Brown was also named the recipient of the 7th annual Anson Mount Scholar-Athlete of the Year and was the Academic All-American Player of the Year on the GTE/College Sports Information Directors of America 1994 Academic All-America team. Bryce McPhee, Stockton, Dunlap, Davis and Brown were also named WCC Scholar-Athletes of the Year. Gonzaga continued its streak of AllAmericans and West Coast Conference Players of the Year as the coaching reigns changed hands to Monson. In 1998, Bakari Hendrix was named the WCC Player of the Year joining past Gonzaga recipients Stockton (1984) and Brown (1994). That 1998 team started Gonzaga’s second run of what is now 12 straight post-season berths entering the 2011 season – 12 trips to the NCAA Tournament coming on the heels of the 1998 NIT bid. In the summer of 1999 the coaching reigns were once again passed along to a Gonzaga assistant as Few was announced as the Zags top man. Coming off the national attention created by an Elite Eight run, Gonzaga responded by playing one of its toughest schedules in history with games against nationally ranked Temple and No. 1 Cincinnati. In a battle for ‘Best in the West’, Gonzaga de-

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Basketball History feated UCLA for one of its greatest victories in the long Bulldog history. But the Bulldogs didn’t rest on their laurels following the 1999 season, and the program has continued to grow by leaps and bounds and has joined the elite of collegiate basketball. The Bulldogs capped the 2000 season with their second straight run deep into the NCAA tournament. A final season No. 24 ranking and Sweet Sixteen appearance have helped establish Gonzaga as a true basketball power in the Pacific Northwest. Santangelo, Frahm and Calvary were all named first-team All-WCC, while starter Mike Nilson was named the WCC Defensive Player of the Year. In 2001 Gonzaga again returned to the NCAA Sweet Sixteen and finished the season with a No. 20 ranking. The Zags continued to impress people on a national level with Calvary earning John R. Wooden second-team All-American honors. In addition Gonzaga became the first school to sweep the West Coast Conference honors with Calvary earning Player of the Year honors, Few earning Coach of the Year honors, Blake Stepp earning Freshman of the Year honors and Mark Spink earning Defender of the Year honors. In addition Dan Dickau was named a first-team All-WCC selection and played for the USA National Team as the World University games in China. The 2002 season became a banner year for the Bulldogs program as the team finished the season ranked No. 6 in the Associated Press poll and posted a school record 29 wins. Dickau grabbed the nation’s attention with individual honors as the senior point guard was named the school’s inaugural first-team Associated Press All-America. He would go on to earn John R. Wooden Award Player of the Year Top Five All-America honors and be drafted in the first round of the 2002 NBA draft by the Sacramento Kings. In 2003 Gonzaga once again ventured into March Madness as the Bulldogs received the school’s first at-large berth to the NCAA Tournament after winning their third straight West Coast Conference regular-season crown. Gonzaga was knocked out of the tournament by No. 1 seed Arizona in one of the best games of the 2003 NCAA Tournament, if not all time. The 2004 season set new standards for the GU men’s basketball program as the Zags climbed to a No. 2 spot in the USA Today/ ESPN Coaches poll and No. 3 slot in the Associated Press poll. Gonzaga posted a 28-3 record with a 14-0 mark in WCC action and a school-record 20-game win streak. Gonzaga was rewarded with a No. 2 seed in the 2004 NCAA Tournament, the highest ever for a WCC school. GU ended the season with two players earning AP All-American honors, Blake Stepp a second-team selection and Ronny Turiaf an honorable mention pick.

Gonzaga finished among the elite programs in college basketball in 2005 as the Bulldogs picked up their third Top 10 ranking in the final Associated Press Poll, checking in at No. 10. GU again dominated the West Coast Conference, winning their fifth straight regular-season title with a 12-2 record. The Bulldogs swept the WCC awards for the second time with Ronny Turiaf earning Player of the Year honors, J.P. Batista earning Newcomer of the Year honors, Erroll Knight winning Defender of the Year and Few being named the Coach of the Year for the fifth straight season. The Bulldogs advanced to their seventh straight NCAA Tournament earning a No. 3 seed. The year ended with Turiaf and Adam Morrison both earning honorable mention AP All-American honors. A new home also greeted the Bulldogs for the 2004-05 season when the 6,000-seat McCarthey Athletic Center opened its doors. The new surroundings suited the Bulldogs just fine as – after winning their final 12 games in the Martin Centre – the Bulldogs ran off 38 straight wins over three seasons to run their home winning streak to 50. Gonzaga finished strong in 2006 as the Bulldogs picked up their fourth Top 10 finish in the final Associated Press Poll with a No. 5 ranking. GU rolled through the West Coast Conference, winning their sixth-straight regular-season title with a perfect 14-0 record. Morrison earned WCC Player of the Year honors and Few was named Coach of the Year for the sixth-straight season, the first such coach to accomplish the feat. Gonzaga hosted and won the WCC Tournament to advance to the NCAA Tournament for the eighth-straight season, earning a No. 3 seed. Morrison closed out the year as the nation’s leading scorer and was named a consensus All-American. He was the third overall pick in the 2006 NBA Draft, the highest of any Bulldog. It wasn’t the slam dunk of previous seasons, but Gonzaga University nonetheless was back in the field for a ninth straight trip to the NCAA Tournament in 2007. After trailing Santa Clara University by one game heading into the final weekend of the West Coast Conference regular-season race, the Bulldogs won two road games while SCU dropped its two contests to give Gonzaga a seventh straight WCC regular-season crown. Armed with the No. 1 seed into the WCC Tournament, the Bulldogs captured semifinal and championship game outings at the Chiles Center on the University of Portland campus to keep March Madness alive for one more season. The beat continued in 2008, the Bulldogs finishing 24th in the final AP Top 25. Gonzaga captured the WCC regular-season crown with a 13-1 mark, but for just the second time in earning their 10th straight trip to the NCAA Tournament the Bulldogs had to rely on an at-large berth after falling in the WCC Championship to host University of San Diego.

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Jeremy Pargo captured WCC Player of the Year accolades, the eighth straight year a Bulldog had won the honor, and Few won his seventh WCC Coach of the Year award in the past eight years. In 2009 Gonzaga ran the table in WCC play for the third time since 2004, rolled through the WCC Tournament and again found itself on the road to the NCAA Tournament Sweet Sixteen. The Bulldogs stayed close to home in Portland, Ore., to down Akron in the first round, got a length-of-the-court drive for a layin from freshman Demetri Goodson to edge Western Kentucky and return to the Sweet Sixteen for the fourth time under Few as the head coach and for the fifth time in school history. The run ended in Memphis, Tenn., when the Bulldogs fell to No. 1 seed and eventual national champion North Carolina University. Jeremy Pargo, Josh Heytvelt and Micah Downs graduated as the nucleus of seniors, along with fellow seniors Ira Brown and Andrew Sorenson. For the third time in school history and the second time since 2006, the Bulldogs saw a player leave early for the 2009 NBA Draft when sophomore Austin Daye entered the draft. He was picked 15th overall in the first round by the Detroit Pistons, joining Stockton, Dickau and Morrison as first-round Bulldog draftees. The 2010 season saw the Bulldogs do more of the same. The Bulldogs won their 10th straight WCC regular-season title, the longest current active streak in the nation and ranks tied for second all-time in the NCAA Division I ranks. The Bulldogs knotted UNLV (Big West, 1983-92) and UConn (Yankee, 1951-60) for second behind UCLA’s 13 Pacific-10 Conference titles from 1967-79. Matt Bouldin was named the WCC Player of the Year, Elias Harris the Newcomer of the Year and Few the Coach of the Year as the Bulldogs once again dominated the conference honors. The Bulldogs lost the WCC Tournament title game to Saint Mary’s College, but Gonzaga nonetheless was picked for a 12th straight trip to the NCAA Tournament, advancing to the second round. It was the eighth time in Few’s 11 seasons as head coach the Bulldogs went at least as far as the second round. Gonzaga was ranked 22nd in the final Associated Press Top 25 and 23rd in the final ESPN/USA Today poll. From those humble beginnings and nine wins just after the turn of the 20th century, the Bulldogs have emerged 103 years later as one of the household names associated with college basketball. While Cinderella may have lost her place in Bulldog basketball lore somewhere just after entering the 21st century, to some the slipper does still fit. But the Bulldogs have become more the hunted than the hunter. A proud athletic tradition coupled with academic excellence. That’s the tradition of Bulldog basketball.

Memorable Games Pat Sweeney came off the bench to score 14 points as Gonzaga rallied from 10 points down to win it’s first post-season game at the NAIA Tournament in Kansas City. Jack Curran would add a basket and free throw to seal the win for the Zags. Gonzaga would lose 70-55 to Hamline (WI) College in the second round.

Gonzaga 123, UC Davis 79 Jan. 26, 1961

Spokane, WA

Frank Burgess scored a school record 52 points as Gonzaga ran over UC Davis at the Spokane Coliseum. The Zags 123 points is the second highest total in school history.

Gonzaga 107, Northern Arizona 106 Dec. 4, 1965 Spokane, WA

In an era before the shot clock and 3-point basket, Gonzaga and Northern Arizona played in one of the highest scoring games in Big Sky Conference history. Bill Suter scored 22 points for the Zags and John Brodsky knocked down two free throws with 11 seconds left to secure the victory for Gonzaga. Gonzaga connected on 41-for82 field goals and 25-for-28 free throws.

DePaul 69, Gonzaga 56 Dec. 9, 1981

Spokane, WA

The No. 7 ranked Blue Demons survived a game in “The Kennel” in front of 4,722 fans. Bill Dunlap scored 15 points for the Zags while Terry Cummings led DePaul with 26. The Blue Demons remain the only Top 10 team ever to play Gonzaga at home.

Loyola Marymount 147, Gonzaga 136 Feb. 18, 1989 Los Angeles, CA

Doug Spradley scored 40 points for Gonzaga as the Zags posted their highest point total in school history. The game ranks as the highest scoring point total between two teams in WCC history. Bo Kimble scored 40 for the Lions.

Gonzaga 80, Stanford 76 Mar. 17, 1994

Palo Alto, CA

Jeff Brown scored 27 points on 9-for-13 shooting from the floor as the Bulldogs stunned Stanford in the NIT for a win in the school’s first post-season appearance since becoming a NCAA Division I school in 1958. Geoff Goss added two lay-ups in the final two minutes and held Pac-10 Freshman of the Year Brevin Knight scoreless in the Zags victory.

Kansas State 66, Gonzaga 64 Mar. 22, 1994 Manhattan, KS

Gonzaga 82, Stanford 74 Mar. 13, 1999

Seattle, WA

Gonzaga 80, Portland 67 Mar. 6, 1995

Gonzaga 73, Florida 72 Mar. 18, 1999

Phoenix, AZ

Connecticut 67, Gonzaga 62 Mar. 20, 1999

Phoenix, AZ

Gonzaga missed several shots in the remaining 1:09 of the game as the Kansas State Wildcats ended the first Gonzaga venture in post-season play in the NIT. Matt Stanford led the Zags with 20 points as the team ended its season at 22-8.

Santa Clara, CA

John Rillie knocked down 34 points as the Zags earned their inaugural NCAA Tournament berth with a win over Portland. Rillie capped a WCC Tournament MVP performance shooting 8-for-12, including 12-for-12 at the free throw line. Rillie set a WCC tournament record with 96 points in three games.

Maryland 87, Gonzaga 63 Mar. 16, 1995

Four Gonzaga players scored in double figures and the Zags out-rebounded Stanford 47-33 as the Zags knocked off the No. 2 seeded Cardinals in the NCAA second round. Matt Santangelo led the Bulldogs scoring attack with 22.

Casey Calvary tipped home a ball with 4.4 seconds remaining as Gonzaga upset sixth seeded Florida to advance to the NCAA Elite Eight. Richie Frahm scored 17 points and Calvary added 12.

Gonzaga put the clamps on Maryland AllAmerican Joe Smith but it was not enough as the Terrapins made the Zags first trip to the NCAA Tournament a short one. Jason Rubright and Paul Rogers led Gonzaga with 13 points each.

Gonzaga gave eventual national champion UConn its closest game of the tournament as the Bulldogs magical run came to an end in the Elite Eight. Quentin Hall’s 3-pointer closed the gap to 63-62 with 1:04 remaining but the Huskies held GU scoreless over the last minute. Hall scored 18 points as he was named to the All-West Region team.

Gonzaga 84, Clemson 71 Nov. 23, 1997 Fairbanks, AK

Cincinnati 75, Gonzaga 68 Dec. 4, 1999

Salt Lake City, UT

Gonzaga shot 63.6 percent from the field as the Zags knocked off No. 5 Clemson to win the Top of the World Classic. Matt Santangelo scored 19 points as Gonzaga defeated a ranked opponent for the first time in school history.

Gonzaga 88, Memphis 73 Nov. 16, 1998 Memphis, TN

Richie Frahm scored a Pyramid record 37 points as the Zags downed Memphis in the first round of the Pre-Season NIT. Frahm connected on 14-for-20 from the floor including 8-for11 from behind the 3-point arc.

Gonzaga 82, Washington 71 Dec. 8, 1998

Spokane, WA

Jeremy Eaton scored a career-high 25 points as Gonzaga upset No. 17 Washington in the Spokane Arena. It was the first time Washington had played Gonzaga in Spokane since the Zags defeated UW 73-69 in 1981.

Gonzaga 75, Minnesota 63 Mar. 11, 1999

Seattle, WA

Gonzaga raced out to a 45-26 halftime lead as the Bulldogs defeated the Golden Gophers for the first NCAA Tournament win in school history. Richie Frahm scored 26 points as Gonzaga connected on 43 percent from 3-point range.

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Gonzaga 46, Texas Wesleyan 45 Mar. 9, 1948 Kansas City, MO

Cleveland, OH

Three Gonzaga players scored in double figures but the Zags could not knock off No. 1 Cincinnati in the Rock-N-Roll Shootout in Cleveland. Richie Frahm scored 16, Casey Calvary 13 and Matt Santangelo 12 as Gonzaga faced the No. 1 team in the nation for the first time in school history.

Gonzaga 59, UCLA 43 Dec. 11, 1999 Los Angeles, CA

Ryan Floyd scored a career-high 17 points, including five 3-pointers, and No. 24 Gonzaga held No. 11 UCLA to its lowest point total ever at Pauley Pavilion in a 5943 victory. The loss matched UCLA’s worst in a home non-conference game, having lost by 16 points against DePaul in the 198384 season. Casey Calvary finished with 12 points and 12 rebounds.

Gonzaga 69, Pepperdine 65 (ot) Mar. 6, 2000 Santa Clara, CA

Gonzaga scored the first eight points in overtime as the Zags held off Pepperdine for their second straight WCC Tournament championship. Casey Calvary scored 28 points en route to earning WCC Tournament MVP honors. The game marked the first time in the 14-year history of the WCC tournament that the No. 1 (Pepperdine) and No. 2 (Gonzaga) seeds met in the championship game.

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Memorable Games Gonzaga 77, Louisville 66 Mar. 16, 2000 Tucson, AZ

Richie Frahm scored 31 points as Gonzaga defeated legendary coach Denny Crum and the Louisville Cardinals in Crum’s final NCAA appearance. Frahm also contributed on the defensive blocking a Quintin Bailey block and then sinking a 3-pointer to spark an 11-4 Bulldog run that broke open a 49-48 contest.

Gonzaga 82, St. John’s 76 Mar. 18, 2000 Tucson, AZ

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The Bulldogs advanced to the NCAA Regional semifinals for the second straight year, stunning second-seeded St. John’s 8276 behind 26 points from Matt Santangelo. Santangelo made 6-of-10 3-pointers, including three in the final eight minutes as the Bulldogs pulled away from a 54-54 tie to take control. Santangelo played all 40 minutes for the Zags.

New Mexico 81, Gonzaga 80 (ot) Jan. 2, 2001

Spokane, WA

Down 61-51 in the second half, Gonzaga came back to force overtime after Casey Calvary shattered his team’s backboard, forcing a 42-minute delay. Calvary finished with 22 points and 11 rebounds but the Zags missed a game-winning shot with 3.4 seconds remaining.

Gonzaga 80, Santa Clara 77 Mar. 5, 2001

San Diego, CA

Dan Dickau scored 19 of his 25 points in the second half, and Gonzaga survived a barrage of late 3-pointers to beat Santa Clara 80-77 and win its third straight NCAA Tournament berth. Dickau was named WCC Tournament MVP as Gonzaga won an unprecedented third straight WCC tourney title.

Gonzaga 86, Virginia 85 Mar. 16, 2001 Memphis, TN

Casey Calvary put back a blocked shot with 9.2 seconds left to give Gonzaga an 86-85 victory over Virginia in the opening round of the South Regional. Dan Dickau scored 29 points, including 21 in the first half, as the Zags won their third straight NCAA Tournament opener. For Calvary it was his second NCAA Tournament game winner after a put back defeated Florida in 1999.

Gonzaga 67, Texas 64 Nov. 23, 2001 Anchorage, AK

Dan Dickau finished with 24 points including an off-balance layup and a pair of free

throws with less than a minute left as Gonzaga knocked No. 23 Texas to advance to the championship game of the Great Alaska Shootout. Zach Gourde blocked a Brian Boddicker 3-pointer with 13 seconds left and the Bulldogs scrambled for the ball as time expired. GU would fall to Marquette the next night in the championship game.

Gonzaga 87, Fresno State 77 Dec. 6, 2001 Los Angeles, CA

Cory Violette pulled down 20 rebounds and Dan Dickau dropped in 29 points as the Bulldogs of Gonzaga knocked off their second ranked opponent of the season with a 87-77 win over No. 16 Fresno State. The game played at the old Forum in Los Angeles was part of the inaugural Loud Records Fab Four Classic.

Gonzaga 83, Saint Joseph’s 80 Dec. 31, 2001 Philadelphia, PA

The Dan Dickau show continued it’s East Coast swing as the senior point guard hit a 3-pointer with 3.6 seconds remaining to lift the No. 22 ranked Bulldogs to an 83-80 victory over Saint Joseph’s. Dickau finished the night with 25 points including 5-for-8 from 3-point range.

Gonzaga 95, New Mexico 90 (ot) Jan. 7, 2002 Albuquerque, NM

The No. 18 Bulldogs survived an ill-advised technical foul and held on to beat New Mexico in overtime as the Bulldogs made their first appearance on ESPN’s Big Monday television package. Dan Dickau scored eight of his 19 points in overtime as the Bulldogs won their 10th straight game of the season.

Gonzaga 91, Pepperdine 78 Feb. 16, 2002

Spokane, WA

In the first nationally broadcast game for The Kennel, No. 8 Gonzaga avenged its only WCC loss of the season with a 9178 victory over Pepperdine on ESPN2. Dan Dickau dropped in 26 points on his way to being named the WCC Player of the Year and the Bulldogs extended their home winning streak to 26-games, the third longest streak in the country.

Indiana 76, Gonzaga 75 Nov. 26, 2002 Lahaina, HI

Gonzaga made a 22-6 closing run against one of the more storied programs in the country but fell one point shy of the upset as No. 19 Indiana held off No. 20 Gonzaga in the semifinals of the Maui Invitational.

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Blake Stepp scored 11 of his 20 points in the dramatic run but his 3-pointer with seconds remaining fell short before Winston Brooks could lay it in at the buzzer for the final score. Ronny Turiaf added 24 points in the loss.

Kentucky 80, Gonzaga 72 Nov. 27, 2002 Lahaina, HI

A day after losing to Indiana in the semifinals of the Maui Invitational, the No. 20 Bulldogs faced the all-time leading school in NCAA wins as they battled No. 15 Kentucky for third place. Gonzaga bombed away for 12 3-pointers in the loss with Blake Stepp scoring 24 points and Tony Skinner chipping in with 17.

Gonzaga 69, North Carolina State 60 Dec. 17, 2002 E. Rutherford, NJ

Richard Fox set a Jimmy V Classic record with 17 rebounds and the Bulldogs spoiled North Carolina State’s first appearance in the event that honors former Wolfpack coach Jim Valvano with a 69-60 win over 25th-ranked NC State. Tony Skinner led a balanced Bulldogs scoring attack with 14 points while Fox dominated play on the boards.

Saint Joseph’s 79, Gonzaga 78 (ot) Dec. 31, 2002

Spokane, WA

Jameer Nelson scored a career-high 34 points, including the gamewinner with eight seconds remaining in overtime, as Saint Joseph’s snapped Gonzaga’s 29-game home winning streak with a 79-78 win in The Kennel. The win avenged the Bulldogs win on New Year’s Eve 2001 in Philadelphia, a game won at the buzzer by a Dan Dickau 3-pointer. Cory Violette led Gonzaga with 19 points and 15 rebounds.

Gonzaga 74, Cincinnati 69 Mar. 20, 2003

Salt Lake City, UT

Tony Skinner went from goat to hero in a matter of seconds as ninth-seeded Gonzaga defeated eighth-seeded Cincinnati in the first round of the NCAA Tournament giving the Bulldogs their fourth first-round victory in the last five years. Skinner who had missed a wide open dunk with 25-seconds remaining that would have sealed the game made up for it with a block of Tony Bobbitt’s 3-pointer with seconds remaining. Ronny Turiaf would seal the game with a pair of free throws that tied a school-record of 16 made. The sophomore forward also added 22 points and and 10 rebounds in the victory.

Memorable Games One of the greatest NCAA Tournament games ever, as stated by several people as the clocked ticked to zero and the Bulldogs last second shot fell off the rim in a loss to No. 1 seeded Arizona in the NCAA second round. Gonzaga nearly pulled off the win as they lost 96-95 in double overtime. Tony Skinner sent the game to the first extra period as his put back at the end of regulation tied the game at 78. In the first overtime Luke Walton made a spinning jumper in the lane to tie the game at 89 after one extra period. In the second overtime a put back by Blake Stepp fell short as he finished with 25 points. Skinner also had a career-high 25 in the loss.

Gonzaga 85, Georgia Tech 73 Dec. 18, 2004 Las Vegas, NV

Gonzaga faced the first of two teams from the 2004 Final Four as Gonzaga and Georgia Tech faced off in the Las Vegas Showdown. Adam Morrison scored 24 and Derek Raivio added 21 as the Gonzaga sophomores led the 22nd-ranked Bulldogs over No. 3 and previously unbeaten Georgia Tech. Gonzaga limited the Yellow Jackets to just 12 points from their three low post starters compared to 52 points from the Bulldogs starting front court.

Gonzaga 78, Oklahoma State 75 Dec. 28, 2004 Oklahoma City, OK

The Bulldogs knocked off their highest ranked opponent in school history, defeating then No. 3 Missouri 87-80 in the first Battle in Seattle. Ronny Turiaf scored 21 of his 23 points after the half while Blake Stepp scored 14 points to go with 10 assists. The game was played in front of 12,831 fans at Seattle’s KeyArena. Gonzaga would make a return trip to the same building for the 2004 NCAA Tournament as Gonzaga was selected for a No. 2 seed.

For the second time in a span of 10 days Gonzaga faced a Final Four team from the 2004 season as the Bulldogs and Oklahoma State squared off in the Touchstone Energy All-College Classic. Adam Morrison scored 19 while J.P. Batista contributed 18 off the bench as No. 12 Gonzaga held off No. 3 Oklahoma State. It marked the second straight week Gonzaga had knocked off the No. 3 team in the country. It was also the third time during the season that Gonzaga handed a nationally ranked opponent their first loss of the season. Washington (No. 14) and Georgia Tech (No. 3) were the other two Bulldog victims.

Gonzaga 80, Santa Clara 64 Feb. 28, 2004

Gonzaga 109, Michigan State 106 (3OT) Nov. 22, 2005 Maui Invitational

Gonzaga 87, Missouri 80 (ot) Dec. 13, 2003

Seattle, WA

Spokane, WA

Senior Blake Stepp led five Gonzaga players in double-figure scoring as the Bulldogs closed down the ‘Old Kennel’ (Martin Centre) with an 80-64 win over WCC rival Santa Clara. Stepp finished the game with 14 points and 8 assists while Ronny Turiaf added 13 points, Kyle Bankhead 12, Adam Morrison 10 and Cory Violette 10. Gonzaga ended the season with a perfect 14-0 record in WCC action and an 11-0 record at home. The new 6,000 seat McCarthey Athletic Center will serve as the home of Bulldogs basketball starting in November 2004.

Gonzaga 98, Portland State 80 Nov. 19, 2004

Spokane, WA

Gonzaga opened a new era of Bulldogs basketball as 6,000 fans packed the McCarthey Athletic Center to watch GU knock off Portland State. Ronny Turiaf scored 33 points as four Bulldog players collected double-digit points to give Gonzaga a win to open its new $25 million arena. Five days later Gonzaga fans would be treated to another special performance by Turiaf as he became the 14th GU player to score 40 or more points in a game with 40 against Idaho on Nov. 24.

Adam Morrison set a tournament record with 43 points and No. 8 Gonzaga beat No. 12 Michigan State 109-106 in what many believe is the greatest game in the history of the EA Sports Maui Invitational. If the game was played in March instead of late November, it would have gone down as one of the sport’s classics. Many think it has. There were 13 lead changes in the final 7:30 of regulation, four in the final 1:14. Maurice Ager of Michigan State tied it at 80 at the final buzzer of regulation with his fifth 3-pointer over the final 7:10. The first overtime ended with Gonzaga having a chance to win, but the Bulldogs missed three shots in the final 9 seconds. The second overtime ended with the officials putting 0.9 seconds back on the clock after a Michigan State turnover just before the buzzer but Gonzaga couldn’t take advantage. Then, finally, Morrison made two free throws with 19 seconds left in the third overtime to give Gonzaga the lead for good at 107-106. Morrison missed the first Gonzaga free throw attempt of the game, but the Bulldogs proceeded to make 27 straight to set a school record.

Gonzaga 64, Oklahoma State 62 Dec. 10, 2005

Seattle, WA

Adam Morrison took a step back to elude two defenders and banked a 3-point shot high off the backboard with 2.5 seconds to play as ninth-ranked Gonzaga defeated Oklahoma State in the third annual Comcast Battle in Seattle. Morrison, who claimed he called the bank shot, finished with 25 points. Morrison, trying to shake off a tough OSU defense all day, finally made a 3-pointer off a screen with 2:40 left to get Gonzaga within 60-59, the closest the Bulldogs had been since 5:40 remained in the first half. J.P. Batista’s shot from the low blocks with 1:20 remaining gave Gonzaga its first lead since 6:14 remained in the first half. Oklahoma State’s Jamaal Brown answered with two free throws to put the Cowboys back ahead, 62-61, with 47.2 seconds remaining - setting up Morrison’s amazing finish.

Gonzaga 64, San Diego 63 Jan. 21, 2006

San Diego, CA

Gonzaga 80, Stanford 76 Feb. 11, 2006

Spokane, WA

Erroll Knight’s 3-pointer from the right corner with 8 seconds left gave No. 6 Gonzaga a 64-63 victory over San Diego and was a key victory that would help carry the Bulldogs to a 14-0 West Coast Conference regular season. J.P Batista scored all 16 of his points in the second half and added 10 rebounds for his 10th career double-double, and scored 14 straight points in a 6:20 span in the second half to keep Gonzaga in the physical game. After Knight hit his 3-pointer, San Diego had one last shot at the upset but a jumper fell short. At the buzzer, the Zags mobbed Knight near midcourt as the senior from Seattle, who missed the first eight games of the season with a knee injury, had a seasonhigh 10 points.

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Arizona 96, Gonzaga 95 (2ot) Mar. 22, 2003 Salt Lake City, UT

The eyes of the basketball nation were focused on Spokane as ESPN College Game Day came to the West Coast for the first time. And the Bulldogs didn’t let them down. Adam Morrison scored 12 of his 34 points in the final 3 minutes to help the No. 5 Bulldogs hold off Stanford 8076. Gonzaga led 67-66 when Morrison made a long 3-pointer to begin the 3-minute surge in which he outscored the entire Stanford team. J.P. Batista added 24 points and eight rebounds for Gonzaga.

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Memorable Games Gonzaga 96, San Diego 92 (OT) Mar. 5, 2006

Spokane, WA

History

The West Coast Conference Tournament came to the Gonzaga campus for the first time in its present format, and San Diego almost ruined the event for Gonzaga and its fans as the Bulldogs got 24 points form Adam Morrison in a 96-92 overtime semifinal victory. With J.P. Batista sidelined in the first half with a knee sprain and unable to start the second half, USD took advantage of Gonzaga’s big man being on the bench and used a 10-2 run to go up 51-50 at the 13:15 mark. Batista returned midway through the period with a wrap on his left knee and finished with 21 points and some crucial overtime free throws. The Bulldogs were held without a field goal for more than 11 minutes during the second half, but hit 11-of-12 from the free throw line in that span. Derek Raivio added 21 points for the Bulldogs, including three 3-pointers. Morrison was held to one field goal in the second half, but was 8-for-9 from the line during that span and in overtime.

Gonzaga 68, Loyola Marymount 67 Mar. 6, 2006 Spokane, WA

After escaping in overtime the previous night, Gonzaga dodged another near-miss in the championship game of the West Coast Conference Tournament to defeat Loyola Marymount 68-67 to cut down the nets in front of the home fans for the first time in WCC Tournament history. And a near-miss it was as LMU’s Chris Ayer missed a lay-in in the waning seconds after the Lions inbounded the ball with 10.6 seconds left. J.P. Batista, playing despite a badly sprained knee and quad injury that sidelined him the second half the previous night, got the winning tip-in off an Adam Morrison miss with a minute to play. LMU built a 15-point lead in the second half, the most Gonzaga had ever trailed since moving into the McCarthey Athletic Center for the 2004-05 season, but the Zags used a 20-7 run to tie the score at 53 with 7:02 left, mostly on the efforts of reserves Jeremy Pargo and David Pendergraft. LMU led by eight at halftime, and went on a 12-2 run to take a 48-33 lead with 13:36 remaining. Gonzaga replied with a 16-2 run and Morrison’s layup, his first basket of the second half, cut Loyola’s lead to 50-49 with 7:37 left. Pendergraft’s two free throws tied the game at 53. Pargo sank a layup and a 3-pointer for a 66-61 Gonzaga lead. LMU replied with six straight to give the Lions a 67-66 lead with 1:41 left. Batista’s tip and the dramatic waning seconds followed.

UCLA 73, Gonzaga 71 Mar. 23, 2006

Oakland, CA

After disposing of tradition rich University of Indiana in the second round in Salt Lake City, Utah, to advance to the Sweet Sixteen

of the NCAA Tournament, two of the best programs on the West Coast in recent years tangled at the Oakland Arena as thirdseeded Gonzaga faced second-seeded UCLA. And for 36:34 there was little doubt Gonzaga was the best team on this night. But the Bulldogs, who led 71-62 with 3:26 to go on the strength of two free throws for the final two of Adam Morrison’s 24, saw the Bruins stage one of the most remarkable comebacks in the annals of the NCAA Tournament. Luc Richard Mbah a Moute scored underneath with 10 seconds left to give the Bruins a 7271 lead, the Bruins would add a free the with :02 to play and the 73-71 victory brought a shocking end to the Bulldogs season and, ultimately, Morrison’s collegiate career as the junior would announce later his intentions to enter the NBA Draft.

Gonzaga 78, Baylor 69 Nov. 15, 2006

Spokane, WA

Derek Raivio scored 18 points to lead five Gonzaga players in double figures as Gonzaga punched its ticket to the NIT Season Tip-off in Madison Square Garden with a 78-69 victory over Baylor in the West Region pod championship game in the Spokane Arena. Gonzaga jumped to a 16-5 lead as Baylor made just 2 of its first 14 shots. The Bulldogs led 39-27 at halftime, connecting on 14-of-26 from the field and 10-for-10 from the free throw line in the opening half. A pair of monster dunks by Josh Heytvelt keyed a 9-2 run to open the second half that lifted Gonzaga to a 48-29 lead and the lead didn’t get under double digits until 68-59 with 3:11 remaining. The Bulldogs had advanced to the title game with an 88-50 win over Rice the previous night.

Gonzaga 82, North Carolina 74 Nov. 22, 2006 New York, NY

One of the first big upsets of the collegiate season came on perhaps the biggest stage of Madison Square Garden as No. 23 Gonzaga topped No. 2 North Carolina 82-74 in the semifinals of the NIT Season Tip-off. Derek Raivio scored 21 points, and Josh Heytvelt and a strong supporting cast clamped down on Tar Heels All-American Tyler Hansbrough, who was held to 9 points and 9 rebounds. Trailing 65-50 with 11:52 left in the game, the Tar Heels used an 18-5 run to get to ahead 70-68 Hansbrough’s putback dunk with 4:16 left. Jeremy Pargo scored a basket and was fouled to push the lead back to five, and UNC got no closer than four the rest of the night. Heytvelt added 19 points and eight rebounds to win the battle of the big men, while Pargo had 16 points. UNC took a quick 10-0 lead in the first 2:24 of the game, but the Bulldogs rallied behind Heytvelt to take a 40-37 lead at intermission.

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Duke 61, Gonzaga 54 Dec. 21, 2006 New York, NY

In their second trip to Madison Square Garden in a month, fans finally got the muchanticipated showdown between Gonzaga and Duke, albeit a year late in the minds of many. The previous season the Bulldogs had the nation’s leading scorer in Adam Morrison while Duke had runner-up J.J. Redick, two players who captured the nation reminiscent of Magic Johnson and Larry Bird of the late ‘70’s. But the contest was still one of college basketball’s showcase matchups of the season as No. 6 Duke beat No. 22 Gonzaga 61-54 in what Gonzaga coach Mark Few said “had the feel of an NCAA Tournament game to it.” Jeremy Pargo had 21 points, 17 in the second half, for the Bulldogs. Gonzaga led 21-20 after a lethargic first half, Duke shooting 22.6 percent (7-for-31), while Gonzaga connected on 35.7 percent (10-for-28). Duke heated up early in the second half, hitting six of its first seven shots for a 34-30 lead and the Blue Devils never trailed the rest of the way.

Santa Clara 84, Gonzaga 73 Feb. 12, 2007

Spokane, WA

Memphis 78, Gonzaga 77 (OT) Feb. 17, 2007

Spokane, WA

All good things must come to an end, and such was the case this night for Gonzaga as its 50-game home court winning streak, the longest active streak in the nation at the time, came to an end and the Bulldogs suffered their first loss after 38 straight wins in the 3-year-old McCarthey Athletic Center. Santa Clara ruined the party by an 84-73 count as retiring Broncos coach Dick Davey made his final appearance in Spokane and was presented a fly rod and reel in a pre-game ceremony. The Bulldogs had won their final 12 games in the old Kennel prior to moving into the new facility. Gonzaga fell behind 13-0 and never recovered. Gonzaga’s last home loss was Feb. 19, 2003, against Portland.

A sellout crowd in the Spokane Arena witnessed one of the top collegiate games of the season, even though it was in defeat for the hometown team as No. 8 Memphis squeaked past Gonzaga 78-77 in overtime. Chris DouglasRoberts slashed across the key through traffic and hit a one-handed layup with 5.6 seconds remaining to make the difference in the seesaw game. The Tigers led 76-75 on Jeremy Hunt’s trey, but Gonzaga’s Abdullahi Kuso was fouled with 17.6 seconds left and sank both free throws for a 77-76 Gonzaga lead, setting the stage for the decisive drive by Douglas-Roberts. Gonzaga’s Jeremy Pargo hit a jumper with a minute remaining in regulation to tie it at 69-69 after the Bulldogs trailed most of the way. Memphis took a 49-40 lead early in the second half, and the Bulldogs went to the 3-ball to get back in the game down the stretch and trail just 69-67 with 1:46 to play and set up the overtime theatrics.

Memorable Games Gonzaga’s second trip to Alumni Memorial Fieldhouse on the Saint Joseph’s campus brought another thrilling finish for fans to enjoy. Dan Dickau’s buzzer-beating trey in 2002 gave Gonzaga an 83-80 win, but this night it would take overtime for the 19th-ranked Bulldogs to prevail over their Jesuit counterparts. The home team rallied from an early 29-12 deficit as Gonzaga went cold from the field, including one stretch of 1-for-15. But Matt Bouldin’s 3-pointer late in regulation sparked a Gonzaga comeback from a 53-47 deficit with 5:07 to play, Saint Joe’s made a pair of free throws with 10.3 seconds remaining and the Bulldogs missed two shots down the stretch to send the game to OT. Bouldin’s free throws in overtime put the Bulldogs ahead for good, Austin Daye hit a key jumper and Micah Downs sank a pair of free throws to seal the win as Gonzaga escaped Hawk Hill with the victory.

Gonzaga 85, Connecticut 82 Dec. 1, 2007

Boston, MA

Third time was charm for Gonzaga as the Bulldogs finally beat UConn, which won a memorable 1999 NCAA Tournament Elite Eight game and a 2005 Maui Invitational championship game in the previous two meetings. Jeremy Pargo scored eight of his 23 points over the final 4:17 and No. 19 Gonzaga held off the Huskies 85-82 at The Hartford Hall of Fame Showcase at TD Banknorth Garden. Pargo’s jumper with 1:43 left gave the Bulldogs a 79-76 lead, he made two free throws later an 81-76 lead and Austin Daye hit 3-of-4 free throws late for an 85-82 lead. UConn’s A.J. Price’s trey from the left side bounced off the rim at the buzzer.

Gonzaga 87, Santa Clara 82 (2OT) Feb. 2, 2008 Santa Clara, CA

Austin Daye scored 13 of his career-high 22 points in overtime, including the go-ahead basket, as Gonzaga survived Santa Clara’s upset bid, escaping with an 87-82 win. Steven Gray, who scored 16, made a pair of free throws with 0.3 seconds left in regulation to send the game into overtime. The Broncos, who led 61-54 with less than four minutes to play in regulation, were all set to celebrate its second straight regular-season upset over the Bulldogs after John Bryant blocked a shot in the final four seconds to preserve a two-point lead. All that remained was for the Broncos to inbound a pass and run out the clock. Daye’s 3-pointer got GU to within 63-61 with 1:32 remaining. SCU worked the clock down to 19 seconds, Ben Dowdell was fouled by Daye and Dowdell missed both free throws. Matt Bouldin grabbed the rebound, a long pass was tipped in the backcourt and Gray was fouled by Brody Angley to set up the tying foul shots.

Davidson 82, Gonzaga 76 Mar. 21, 2008

Raleigh, NC

Gonzaga fell victim to one of the greatest individual efforts in NCAA Tournament history as Davidson’s Stephen Curry scored 30 of his 40 points in the second half and hit the tiebreaking 3-pointer to just over a minute left to lead the Wildcats an 82-76 first-round win. Curry hit 8-of-10 3-pointers, and his two free throws with 14.5 seconds left iced it. Gonzaga freshman Steven Gray tried to match Curry, hitting seven 3-pointers and scoring 21 points. Gonzaga led by as many as 11 in each half but could not find a second-half answer for Curry. Gonzaga tied it on Jeremy Pargo’s driving layup 1:45 left, but Curry’s eighth trey opened a lead the Wildcats never relinquished.

Gonzaga 83, Tennessee 74 Nov. 30, 2008 Lake Buena Vista, FL

While the teams already had a regularseason battle scheduled for January, as fate would have it the two teams advanced through their brackets to meet in the title game of the Old Spice Classic at The Milk Bottle at Disney World. Steven Gray scored 19 points, Matt Bouldin added 17 and the ninth-ranked Bulldogs beat No. 12 Tennessee 83-74 to claim the title. Gonzaga raced to an 18-point lead only to see Tennessee rally to close to 77-71. But senior Micah Downs hit 5-of-6 six free throws and fellow senior Jeremy Pargo had a fast-break dunk to help the Bulldogs hold on and remain undefeated through five games in the early season. Gray, who had struggled from long range through the first four games of the season, found his shooting touch and unleashed a 4-for-6 night from beyond the arc on his way to 6-for-10 from the field. The Gonzaga defense held Tennessee to 36 percent from the field and forced the Volunteers into 21 turnovers. Pargo was named the tournament MVP and Josh Heytvelt, who had 15 points in the title game, earned all-tournament accolades.

Gonzaga 70, Indiana 54 Dec, 6, 2008 Indianapolis, IN

Gonzaga University ventured into basketballcrazed Hoosier country to face Indiana University in the first collegiate basketball game in Lucas Oil Stadium, the new home of the NFL’s Indianapolis Colts. But it was the Bulldogs who made the state sit up and take notice on this cold, snowy day outside the dome. The veteran-laden and fifth-ranked Bulldogs taught a young Indiana squad a thing or two about patience, discipline and composure in taking a 70-54 victory. It was the third time the teams had met in the last four years, the other two meetings coming in the 2006 NCAA Tournament – a Bulldog victory – and the 2007 March Madness – a day of Hoosier revenge. The Bulldogs started slowly,

but eventually their experience was too much as senior Josh Heytvelt poured in 17 points and senior Jeremy Pargo added 13. Heytvelt went 6-for-12 from the field and grabbed six rebounds on his way to Player of the Game honors.

Connecticut 88, Gonzaga 83 (OT) Dec. 20, 2008

Seattle, WA

The Battle in Seattle was just that as Gonzaga and the University of Connecticut, who played a memorable NCAA Elite Eight contest in 1999 to start the Bulldogs decade of NCAA success, went at each other in a meeting of Top 10 teams. In the end it was the second-ranked Huskies who prevailed over the eighth-ranked Bulldogs 88-83. But it took an extra session for the Huskies to pull out what seemed an improbable victory. UConn’s A.J. Price scored 24 points, including a nearly impossible 3-pointer with Gonzaga’s Jeremy Pargo in his face with 7.8 seconds to play to send the game to overtime, as the Huskies rallied from an 11-point deficit with 12 minutes to play to take the wild, albeit stunning, victory in front of a sold out throng of primarily Bulldog fans at KeyArena in Seattle. Price then stripped the ball from the Bulldogs in the lane to prevent Gonzaga from getting off a potential gamewinning shot in regulation. Steven Gray scored a career-high 23 points for the Bulldogs.

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Gonzaga 70, Saint Joseph’s 65 (OT) Nov. 19, 2007 Philadelphia, PA

Gonzaga 89, Tennessee 79 (OT) Jan. 7, 2009 Knoxville, TN

Gonzaga headed into the sea of orange of Thompson-Boling Arena on the University of Tennessee campus for the much anticipated re-match following the Bulldogs earlier victory over the Volunteers in the Old Spice Classic title game in December. But it was no neutral court for the Bulldogs this time, the Volunteers having won 37 straight in front of the more than 21,000-fans who cram the arena for every Vols contest. Tennessee was ranked 15th heading into the contest, while Gonzaga had dropped from the polls following a threegame losing streak. But with Matt Bouldin matching his career high with 26 points, the Bulldogs dominated the overtime session to run away with an 89-79 verdict. But it wasn’t as easy as the final score would indicate. The Vols tied the contest with 26 seconds remaining in regulation and Bouldin missed what would have been the game winning shot. In the overtime, sophomore Austin Daye hit a 3-pointer and four free throws for seven of his 20 points. Gonzaga scored the first seven points of OT and Tennessee never got closer than five the rest of the extra session. Josh Heytvelt added 15 points and grabbed 12 rebounds for the Bulldogs.

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Memorable Games Memphis 68, Gonzaga 50 Feb. 7, 2009

Spokane, WA

History

The story of this day was the return of ESPN’s College Game Day to the Gonzaga campus and the city of Spokane. The morning show aired from the McCarthey Athletic Center for the second time since 2006 as Rece Davis, Digger Phelps, Hubert Davis, Jay Bilas and Bob Knight were center stage in the collegiate basketball world from the floor of the McCarthey Athletic Center and the Lilac City. Unlike 2006 when the Bulldogs played Stanford on their home floor, this year’s game was played at the downtown Spokane Arena, announcers Dan Shulman, Bilas, Knight and sideline reporter Erin Andrews showcasing college basketball across the nation during Saturday prime time. Memphis prevailed 68-50 in a game that featured two of the nation’s best defenses as both teams were held well below their season averages.

Gonzaga 83, Saint Mary’s 58 Mar. 9, 2009 Las Vegas, NV

The West Coast Conference Tournament moved to a neutral site for the first time in the 23 years of the conference’s showcase event, The Orleans Arena in Las Vegas, Nev. The Bulldogs rolled to their 11th straight NCAA Tournament and won their ninth WCC tournament crown in 11 years with an 83-58 victory over regular-season runner-up Saint Mary’s in the title game. The Bulldogs, 14-0 in the WCC regular season, got 17 points from Josh Heytvelt and 12 points and 12 rebounds from tournament MVP Micah Downs in winning their 18th game in 19 starts down the stretch. Senior Jeremy Pargo and junior Matt Bouldin also earned all-tournament nods for Gonzaga. The Zags held a 1-0 lead before a second had even ticked off the clock to start the championship game when the Gaels were called for a dunk in the pre-game warm-up and Bouldin hit one of the two free throws on the technical. It didn’t have much of an impact on the final outcome, however, as Gonzaga built an 8-0 lead as Saint Mary’s missed its first eight shots.

Gonzaga 83, Western Kentucky 81 Mar. 21, 2009 Portland, OR

The shot heard around the collegiate basketball world on this late Saturday afternoon came from, of all people, a Gonzaga freshman. Demetri Goodson had just one field goal through the first 39:59.1 of the Bulldogs NCAA Tournament secondround game against Western Kentucky University. But his second field goal put a frenzied, pro-Gonzaga crowd in the Rose Garden in nearby Portland, Ore., into an

all-out celebration as the freshman out of Spring, Texas, streaked down the court and hit a running bank shot with 0.9 seconds remaining for the 83-81 victory to put Gonzaga into the Sweet Sixteen. It’s the fourth Sweet Sixteen appearance in head coach Mark Few’s 10 years at the helm, and the Bulldogs fifth appearance in school history, Few an assistant coach that time. The Hilltoppers tied the contest on a tip-in with 7.2 seconds remaining, and Goodson took the inbounds pass and headed straight for the other end of the court, hitting the runner from the left side. The 5-11 Goodson was buried in the swarm of celebratory teammates.

Michigan State 75, Gonzaga 71 Nov. 17, 2009 East Lansing, MI

Gonzaga University ventured into Big Ten country to face the second-ranked Spartans in the Breslin Center. And despite losing, Gonzaga made the rest of the country sit up and take notice in this early-season contest. Robert Sacre matched a career high with 17 points for the Bulldogs, freshman Elias Harris had his coming out party with 17 points and nine rebounds and veterans Matt Bouldin and Steven Gray had 15 and 13 points, respectively. Gonzaga built as much as a 13-point first-half lead, and led by 10 early in the second half. The Spartans took the lead for good at 68-67 with 3:02 to play, but Gonzaga gained a lot of respect around the country with their near-upset effort.

Gonzaga 76, Colorado 72 Nov. 23, 2009 Lahaina, Hawai’i

Nail biting games involving Gonzaga University in the EA Sports Maui Invitational seem to be the rule rather than the exception. The Bulldogs proved it again in 2009 in the opening game with a comefrom-behind 76-72 win over the University of Colorado. The Buffaloes led by as many as 15 points in the first half, coming from an 18-15 deficit to go on a 21-3 run and a 36-21 advantage with 5:33 to go in the half. Colorado still led 40-29 at the half. Senior Matt Bouldin and junior Steven Gray combined to score the final 17 Gonzaga points, 15 of them from the free throw line as Bouldin went 8-for-8 from the line and Gray 7-for-8 in the final 6:31. Bouldin, who finished with 21 points after scoring just five in the opening half, had the only two field goals for the Zags in the final 6:50, one of them on a baseline drive with 3:01 to play to give Gonzaga a 69-67 lead and the other a huge 14-foot bank shot from the left wing with :39 left for a 72-69 advantage. The Bulldogs went on to defeat the University of Wisconsin in the semifinals and the University of Cincinnati

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in the finals to claim their inaugural Maui title in three trips. Bouldin and Gray shared MVP honors.

Gonzaga 83, Oklahoma 69 Dec, 31, 2009

Spokane, WA

Gonzaga 85, Illinois 83 (OT) Jan. 2, 2010

Chicago, IL

The game itself wasn’t much in question, but Oklahoma’s Tiny Gallon, a 6-9, 269-pounder, made this game one fans wouldn’t soon forget. With 15:54 remaining in the second half of the nationallytelevised game on ESPN2, he shattered a backboard in front of the Oklahoma bench that led to a 52-minute delay. Gonzaga’s Robert Sacre broke up an alley-oop pass intended for Gallon, and his momentum carried him above the rim, he grabbed the rim on his way down and the backboard shattered on top of him. It was the second backboard shattered in the Spokane Arena in a Gonzaga game, the Bulldogs Casey Calvary – who was in attendance this night as well – shattering a backboard against the University of New Mexico Jan. 2, 2001.

Elias Harris scored on a cross-over move with :12 to play then grabbed the rebound at the other end following a Brandon Paul missed trey and Gonzaga University claimed an 85-83 overtime victory over the University of Illinois at the United Center, home of the NBA’s Chicago Bulls and the NHL’s Chicago Blackhawks. Gonzaga led by as many as 21 in the first half, and trailed by eight with 8:27 to go in the game as the Fighting Illini made a spirited comeback. The Bulldogs got a 3-pointer from Matt Bouldin out of a timeout to knot the score at 83 with 1:39 to go in OT. A Harris miss was knocked out of bounds by Illinois, Gonzaga called a timeout and Harris made a left-toright cross over and rolled the ball in for the decisive shot.

Gonzaga 66, Memphis 58 Feb. 6, 2010 Memphis, TN

After losing four straight games to Memphis, 17th-ranked Gonzaga went on the road and snapped their losing streak against the Tigers. A 9-0 run gave Gonzaga a 2823 lead, and the Bulldogs still led by nine with 10 minutes to play. A 9-0 Memphis run gave the Tigers a 53-51 lead with just under five minutes to play, but Gonzaga regained the lead 58-57 and went on an 8-1 run – all eight points coming from the free throw line – to close the game and secure the victory. Matt Bouldin paced the Zags with 19 points, Robert Sacre had 13 and Steven Gray 12.

All-Time Roster H. Albertsson.................................1961 Pierre Marie Altidor-Cespedes....2005-06-07 Darin Aman...................................1991 Ron Amann........................1976-77-78 Tyler Amaya..................................2003 Blair Anderson..........1980-82-83-84 Ken Anderson......................... 1980-81 Marc Armstead..................... 1992-93 Mangisto Arop........................ 2010

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L. Babby.........................................1959 Don Baldwin..............1978-79-80-81 Phillip Ball............................... 1996-97 Kyle Bankhead.........2001-02-03-04 J.P. Batista............................... 2005-06 Rich Beck........................................1962 Bill Berger............................... 1968-69 Duane Bergeson.......1979-80-81-82 T. Blanchet.....................................1965 Steve Blaser........................... 1968-69 Dennis Bly............................... 1967-68 Roger Bock............................. 1986-87 Matt Bollinger...............................1993 Jason Bond.......................1994-95-96 Melvin Bonds.................................1982 Matt Bouldin..............2007-08-09-10 Daren Bowers...............................1967 Eric Brady......................................1992 Jim Bresnahan..................1969-70-71 Ken Britt.........................................1980 John Brodsky.......................... 1965-66 Winston Brooks...................... 2002-03 Harold Brown......................... 1978-79 Ira Brown................................ 2008-09 Jeff Brown........................1992-93-94 Larry Brown......................1965-66-67 Blaine Bundy....................1969-70-72 Greg Buratto...................1960-61-62 Howard Burford.......1968-69-70-71 David Burgess...............................2007 Frank Burgess...................1959-60-61 R. Burton.........................................1965 Bob Butler......................................1967

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Casey Calvary..........1998-99-00-01 M. Carl...........................................1961 Ron Carling...................................1968 Larry Carter........................... 1971-72 Paul Cathey............................ 1978-79 Jim Centers............................. 1975-76 Gino Cerchiai...............................1984 Mike Champion........1983-85-86-87 Pat Clark........................................1967 Joe Clayton............................ 1972-73 Dave Clement...........1981-83-84-85 B. Cobb..........................................1965 David Cole............................. 1994-95 Jeff Condill......................1984-85-86 D. Cossette.....................................1959 J. Cote............................................1965 Carl Crider............................. 1997-98

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Jeremy Eaton......................... 1997-99 Blake Elliott............................. 1959-60 Gil Evans...........................1969-70-71 Jon Evavold............................ 1964-66

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Fred Farrell............................ 1962-64 Steve Fedler..................................1986 Pat Fields................................ 1990-91 Scott Finnie................1976-77-78-79 Colin Floyd................2003-04-05-06 Ryan Floyd.................1997-98-99-00 Germayne Forbes................. 2001-02 Tony Fore................................ 1967-68 Rob Fossum....................................1977 Will Foster.................2007-08-09-10 Richard Fox............................ 2003-04 Richie Frahm..............1997-98-99-00 Todd Franklin......................... 1988-89 Brian Fredrickson.....1988-89-90-91

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John Gambee........................ 1961-62 Cass Gebbers...............................1988 John Gebbers...............................2000 Darryl Gellert........................ 1966-67 Stephen Gentry...............2004-05-06 Steve Gerttula..............................1970 Grant Gibbs.................................2010 Demetri Goodson...............2009-10 Geoff Goss...............1991-92-93-94 Zach Gourde............2000-01-02-03 Jim Grady........................1975-76-77 Steven Gray..................2008-09-10 Jim Greene....................................1988 Doug Griffin........................... 1997-98 Mike Gruber.......................... 1973-74 Larry Gurganious............2006-07-08

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Dale Haaland........................ 1986-87 Quentin Hall........................... 1998-99 Don Hansen......................1959-60-61 Elias Harris............................. 2010 Jim Harris...................1961-62-63-64 Ron Harris......................................1972 Michael Hart........................... 2010 Tim Heins........................................1985 Bakari Hendrix................1996-97-98 Alex Hernandez.................... 2001-02 Josh Heytvelt.............2006-07-08-09 Hugh Hobus............................ 1980-81 John Hobus............................. 1985-86 L. Holliday.....................................1979 Bret Holmdahl........................ 1989-90 John Holstein....................1975-76-77 Eric Hovey......................................1975 Dan Hunt........................................1966 Robert Hunt............................ 1961-62 Tom Hunt...........................1969-70-71 D. L. Hurd.......................................1959 Dwan Hurt............................... 1985-86 A. Hutchins.....................................1965

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Willie Daigle......................... 1973-74 Jarrod Davis.......................... 1991-92 Kenny Davis............................ 1991-92 Austin Daye............................ 2008-09 W. Davis........................................1979 Axel Dench................1997-98-99-00 Chris Delaney............1987-88-89-90 Brian DeRoisseau..........................1975 Elmer Deschaine.................... 1962-64 Jim DeWeese...................1976-77-78 Mamery Diallo..............................2006 Dan Dickau............................. 2001-02 Martin Dioli......................1988-89-91 Kyle Dixon.............................. 1995-96 Jim Dixon................................ 1962-63 Nathan Doudney................... 2005-06 John Dougherty...............1966-67-68 Micah Downs....................2007-08-09 Jamie Dudley............1990-91-92-93 Bill Dunlap.............................. 1981-82

Bill Johnson............................. 1962-63 Dwayne Jones..................1974-75-76 Charles Jordan...................... 1959-60 Dennis Jorgensen................... 1965-66 Rich Juarez.......................1962-63-64

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Michael Kelly...................1959-60-61 Keith Kincaid.................................1996 Matt Kincaid.................................2000 Jon Kinloch.................1993-94-95-96 Erroll Knight......................2004-05-06 Bol Kong........................................2010 Abdullahi Kuso....................... 2007-08

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Randy Lea.....................................1977 Mike Leasure...... 1995-96-97-98-99 Gary Lechman.................1965-66-67 Jean Claude Lefebvre................1959 Dan Linter......................................1975

M

Rick Mackay.....................1972-73-74 Calum MacLeod...........................2005 Sean Mallon..............2004-05-06-07 Jake Martin............................ 1961-62 Jordan Mast..................................2007 Ken Matney...................................1962 Mark Matthews..................... 1984-85 Darryl May......................1988-89-90 Todd McAllister.............................1988 Mike McChesney......1963-64-65-66 Mike McGinley................1967-68-69 Felix McGowan..................... 1992-93 Oscar McGuire...................... 1960-61 Bob McIver.......................1974-75-76 Mark McKelvy....................... 1980-81 Brad McKnight..............................1997 Joe McNair............................. 1968-69 Tim McNulty..................................1968 Bryce McPhee.... 1981-82-83-84-85 Jim McPhee........ 1986-87-88-89-90 Brian Michaelson......2002-03-04-05 Don Migliuri...................................1968 John Miller.....................................1969 Carl Minns.............................. 1974-75 Skip Moliter......................1972-73-74 Scott Morgan......................... 1995-96 Stewart Morrill...................... 1973-74 Adam Morrison................2004-05-06 D. Morrison....................................1960 George Morrison.................. 1959-60 Willie Moss................1974-75-76-77 Ron Muskopf.................................1966

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Robert Sacre..................2008-09-10 Matt Santangelo......1997-98-99-00 Pat Schafer...................................1971 George Schandelmier.................1971 Reed Schifferman...........1975-76-77 Lane Schumacher.................. 1990-91 Brice Searles.................................1978 Paul Seeley...................................1990 Tony Sheen....................................1981 James Sheppard................... 1979-80 Jay Sherrell............................ 2001-02 Chuck Silvernail............................1967 Kendall Simmons................... 1990-91 Tony Skinner........................... 2003-04 Eddie Smith...................................1975 John Smith......................................1966 Scott Snider............................ 1995-96 Andrew Snyder...................... 1987-88 Ken Sobrero..................................1969 Andrew Sorenson............2007-08-09 Mark Spink................1998-99-00-01 Scott Spink.................1991-92-93-94 Doug Spradley.........1986-87-88-89 Matt Stanford...........1991-92-93-94 Doug Steck.......................1977-78-79 Jed Steele........................1964-66-67 Greg Sten.........................1971-72-73 Blake Stepp..............2001-02-03-04 John Stockton............1981-82-83-84 Bill Suter.....................1963-64-65-66

T

Glenn Olden.................................1970 Kelly Olynyk.......................... 2010

Art Taylor..........................1961-63-64 Ed Taylor....................1978-79-80-81 Lango Taylor.................................1992 Chuck Thomas..................1965-66-67 Jim Tobin........................................1973 Norbert Trauba............................1959 Jimmy Tricco........................... 2000-01 Caslav Trifunovic..........................1994 George Trontzos.............1961-62-63 Ronny Turiaf..............2002-03-04-05 B. Turner.........................................1959 Kenny Tyler............................ 1974-75

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Tony Neal......................................1983 John Nemeth.............1994-95-96-97 Dan Newman......................... 1973-74 Chris Nikola......................1970-71-72 Mike Nilson................1997-98-99-00 Chuck North..................................1980

O

Phil Paramore........................ 1978-79 Lennie Parham....................... 1986-87 Jeremy Pargo...........2006-07-08-09 Tim Patrick.............................. 1963-64 David Pendergraft...... 2005-06-07-08 Chance Peterson.................... 1989-90 Carl Pierce............................. 1979-80 Brad Pinney...................................1990 Andy Poling...................................2010 Chris Pontarolo-Maag.......... 2009-10 Issac Pope............................... 1963-64 Jerry Price........................1972-73-74

Q

Bill Quigg.........................1969-70-71

R

Derek Raivio..............2004-05-06-07 John Rea........................................1962 Anthony Reason..................... 2001-02 Doug Rehaume................1969-70-71 Jeff Reinert............................ 1984-85 Josh Reisman.................................2003 Curt Rettenmier.............................1978 Ross Rettenmier.........1976-77-78-79 Bill Rhymes.....................................1970 Rob Rich.................................. 1990-91 John Rickman....................1961-62-63 John Rillie..........................1993-94-95 Paz Rocha............................... 1967-68 Robert Rodriguez.........................1961 Danny Roe.................1984-86-87-88 Jerry Rogers.....................1971-72-73 Paul Rogers.......................1995-96-97 Lorenzo Rollins....................... 1996-97 Jason Rubright..........1992-93-94-95 Tim Ruff......................1982-83-84-85

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A

Jason Van Nort......1981-82-83-84-85 Stan Veatch............................ 1977-78 D. Vermillion..................................1959 Paul Verret............................. 1988-89 G.J. Vilarino..................................2010 Dustin Villepigue..........................2003 Cory Violette............2001-02-03-04 Gene Volz.....................................1959 Jerry Votendahl............................1962

W

Marlon Wadlington.............. 1987-88 Tim Wagoner............1979-80-81-82 Paul Walker.....................1986-87-88 Marty Wall, III.................1965-68-69 Marty Wall, IV.........1991-92-93-94 Rich Wallace....................1973-74-75 Tim Walt................................. 1972-73 Dick Walter............................ 1968-69 E. Washington...............................1960 John Washington..........................1976 Jerome Wasson...............1959-60-61 Eddie White........................... 1979-80 Joe Whitney..................................1982 Kenny Williams...................... 2000-01 Kevin Williams..........1994-95-96-97 Bill Wilson.........................1962-63-64 Mike Winger.............1987-88-89-90 Dale Wiitala.......................... 1982-83 Mike Wnek....................................1983

Z

Nick Zaharias..................1985-86-87

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john

stockton

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forever a zag Since taking the hardwood at Gonzaga more than 25 years ago, John Stockton and the small Jesuit University in Spokane have been linked. Stockton remains the player most closely related to the program as he has become one of the National Basketball Association’s 50 Greatest Players of all-time. Stockton finished his Gonzaga career as the first player to surpass the 1,000 point and 500 assist marks during their career. He was named the West Coast Athletic Conference Player of the Year after leading the league in scoring, assists and steals during his senior season. Stockton then became Gonzaga’s first player drafted in the first round of the NBA draft as the Utah Jazz selected the point guard with the 16th overall pick. A 10-time NBA All-Star, Stockton currently ranks as the NBA’s career leader in assists and steals. Stockton has also won Olympic Gold at the 1992 and 1996 Olympic Games. WCAC Most Valuable Player, 1984 WCAC Scholar-Athlete of the Year, 1984 AP Honorable Mention All-American, 1984 CoSIDA Academic All-American, 1984 Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, 1984 NBA 1st Round Draft Pick by Utah Jazz (16th overall) 10 time NBA All-Star NBA’s all-time leader in assists and steals Named one of 50 Greatest Players in NBA History, 1996 Won Olympic Gold at 1992 Barcelona Olympic Games Won Olympic Gold at 1996 Atlanta Olympic Games Verizon Academic Hall of Fame inductee, 2002 Naismith Memorial Hall of Fame inductee, 2009

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dickau Dan Dickau set America on fire in 2001-02 as the Gonzaga University senior became the Bulldogs first firstteam Associated Press All-America selection. Dickau helped guide the small Spokane school to a No. 6 national ranking and school record 29 victories. Dickau was Gonzaga’s third John R. Wooden Award Player of the Year candidate and the first Wooden Award Top Five All-American. Dickau was also a finalist for the James Naismith Player of the Year Award as he earned West Coast Conference Player of the Year honors. He was then selected with the final pick of the 2002 NBA Draft by the Sacramento Kings, who in turn traded his rights to the Atlanta Hawks. Dickau continued the long tradition of excellent guard play at Gonzaga, but at the same time put his own unique stamp on the position. He wore No. 21 at Gonzaga because the No. 12 worn by his idol John Stockton has not been available at Gonzaga since Stockton finished playing in 1984. Dickau finished his 2-year Gonzaga career ranking fourth on the career 3-pointers list, sixth on the career assists chart and 16th in career scoring with 1,125 points.

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blake

stepp

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All-American Blake Stepp once again placed the word GONZAGA on the tips of the basketball world’s tongue during the 2004 season as the senior guard helped guide the Bulldogs to their most successful season to date. Gonzaga posted a 28-3 record climbing to No. 2 in the USA Today/ESPN Coaches poll and No. 3 in the final Associated Press poll. Along the way they set a school record with 20 straight wins, a perfect 14-0 WCC mark and a No. 2 seed in the NCAA Tournament. Stepp was Gonzaga’s fifth John R. Wooden Award Player of the Year candidate and the third player to earn Wooden Award All-American. He was a second team All-American as selected by the Associated Press and National Basketball Coaches Association, making him the first GU player to earn back-to-back All-America honors after he was an honorable mention AP selection in 2003. Winning West Coast Conference Freshman of the Year honors in 2001 was a just a sign of things to come for the Eugene, Ore., native as he would go on to win

back-to-back WCC Player of the Year honors in 2003 and 2004. Stepp became the first Gonzaga player to win multiple awards and only the 12th player to do so in the 53-year history of the West Coast Conference. Stepp finished his career as the Bulldogs career 3-point leader with 288 3-pointers made. He also was one of the school’s most double threat players finishing with 1,670 career points (4th at GU) and 640 career assists (2nd at GU). A two-time Academic AllAmerican and the WCC Student-Athlete of the Year, Stepp was drafted by the Minnesota Timberwolves in the second round of the 2004 NBA Draft.

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ronny

turiaf 643 free throws breaking the 44-year-old record of Frank Burgess. On the national scene Turiaf was a two-time honorable mention Associated Press All-American. He also finished as a Top 30 Wooden Award Candidate as a junior and senior. In June of 2005 Turiaf was selected in the second round of the NBA Draft by the Los Angeles Lakers. Turiaf had to place his NBA dreams on hold as he underwent surgery for a heart condition on July 26, 2005. The operation was successful and Turiaf rejoined the Lakers organization and has been a fixture in the Lakers rotation. To show the impact Turiaf has had on GU fans when a get-well email address was set up for the former Bulldog, more than 1,000 fans emailed messages on the first day.

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Quick, name the two most famous Gonzaga Bulldogs. Chances are you mentioned John Stockton and Ronny Turiaf and with Zags fans of this generation they may not have necessarily been in that order. A native of Martinique, by way of Paris, France, Turiaf became the face of the Gonzaga Bulldogs program during his four-year stay on the Spokane campus. In addition to his friendly smile and talk to everyone attitude, Turiaf could also play a little basketball as he helped the Bulldogs win 107 games and finish with three Top 10 national rankings in the final Associated Press poll. Turiaf earned first-team All-West Coast Conference honors three times and was named the WCC Player of the Year in 2005 after averaging 15.9 points and 9.5 rebounds per game. He finished his career ranking fourth at Gonzaga with 1,723 points and 859 rebounds. He also finished as the career leader with

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adam

morrison

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All-American Adam Morrison’s name was synonymous with college basketball in 2006. He adorned the front of magazines and had the country talking about his mane, mustache and Gonzaga basketball. He led the Bulldogs to a 29-4 overall record and a No. 5 ranking in the final Associated Press poll. For the eighth-straight year the Zags earned a spot in the NCAA Tournament - this time a third seed, after posting a perfect 14-0 record in the West Coast Conference regular-season and winning the WCC Tournament. Morrison led the nation in scoring in his last year, averaging 28.1 ppg. He is only the second Gonzaga player ever to do so. Morrison was also Gonzaga’s seventh John R. Wooden Award Player of the Year candidate and the fourth player to earn Wooden Award All-American. He was named Gonzaga’s inaugural Associated Press pre-season selection as a junior, and was a consensus Associated Press AllAmerica first-team pick. Morrison also earned National Association of Basketball Coaches Co-Player of the Year and USBWA Oscar Robertson Trophy Co-Player of the Year accolades during 2006. Other national honors Morrison earned in 2006 were: Naismith Trophy Top Four Finalist, NABC All-District 14 First Team, and USBWA All-District 9 First Team. A star player nationally, Morrison also dominated the West Coast Conference. He earned back-to-back WCC Tournament Most Valuable Player honors (2005, 2006) and was a two-time WCC First Team honoree. Morrison was named the West Coast Conference Player of the Year in 2006 after averaging 28.1 ppg, 5.5 rpg, along with a 49.6 field goal percentage, 77.2 free throw percentage and a 42.8 three-point percentage.

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Other national honors in 2005 were: USBWA All-District 9 First Team, and Basketball Times All-West Coast First Team. Morrison was also a member of 2004 USA World Championship For Young Men Qualifying Team that earned a gold medal at the World Championships in Halifax, Nova Scotia, in the summer of 2004. He averaged 8.2 ppg and 1.7 rpg in three games, missing the gold medal game because of a sore knee. Morrison, a childhood diabetic since age 12, has developed into a role model for children with diabetes to show they, too, can live a normal life. His father, John, has organized an annual H-O-R-S-E Tournament in Spokane the past three years as a benefit for the American Diabetes Association. Morrison finished his career as the third-leading scorer in Gonzaga history with 1,867 points. He is also third in the career rankings for field goals made (659), fourth in free throws made (398) and ninth in threepoint field goals made (127). Morrison’s name is also scattered throughout the GU single-season rankings. He is first in single-season points (926 in 2006), field goals made (306 in 2006) and free throws made (240 in 2006). Morrison was drafted by the Charlotte Bobcats as the third pick overall in the 2006 draft; the highest draft pick by a Gonzaga player.

derek

raivio in the same campaign. His 343 career free throws made rank seventh on the Gonzaga charts. But free throws weren’t his only bread and butter. He became the 29th member of Gonzaga’s 1,000-point club, ending his career with 1,456 points to rank 12th. His 243 career 3-pointers made and 584 3-pointers attempted both rank fourth; his 356 career assists are fourth, and his 106 career steals are third. Raivio was named an Associated Press honorable mention All-America and to the National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) District 14 first team.

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All-American

Look in the NCAA record book under free throws and you’ll find Derek Raivio’s name prominent among the all-time leaders. A 4-year performer who started every game but one his final three years in a Gonzaga University uniform, deadliness from the free throw line was the forte for the West Coast Conference 2007 Co-Player of the Year who was also a 2005 first-team selection. He led the nation in free throw percentage as a senior, hitting 148-of-154 throws for 96.1 percent. That percentage also ranks No. 1 for free throw percentage as a senior in the NCAA ranks. His 96.1 percent ranks fourth all-time in all divisions (I, II, III). He ranks second for 300 free throws made and at least 2.5 free throws made/game in a career, connecting on 343of-370 for 92.7 percent. His 92.7 percent, first on the Gonzaga career list, also ranks second all-time when the category is broken down to just 300 free throws made in a career, and the 92.7 percent ranks first alltime based on just a minimum of 2.5 free throws made/ game. The Vancouver, Wash., native set a school and WCC record with 56 consecutive free throws made his senior season, breaking his record of 44 set earlier www.gozags.com

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pargo

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All-American For the eighth straight season a Gonzaga University player was honored as the 2008 West Coast Conference Player of the Year as Gonzaga University junior guard Jeremy Pargo was the choice of the coaches. Pargo averaged 11.8 ppg overall, but it was the other facets of his game that often times made life rough for the opposition. He paced the conference in assists at 6.23 overall and 6.50 in WCC action, he was eighth overall in steals with 1.47 and fourth in WCC games at 2.07 and posted a 1.91 assist/turnover ratio in all games and 2.28 in WCC contests. He started all 33 games for the Bulldogs and provided an offensive weapon as well as giving the opposition fits in other ways. And his play provided the Bulldogs some bright moments throughout the season. He equaled his career high with 23 points against the University of Connecticut in The Hartford Hall of Fame Showcase in the Boston Garden in an 85-82 victory, scoring eight of his points in the final 4:17, including a pair of free throws with less than a minute to play. When he wasn’t scoring he was setting up his teammates, setting a career high with 13 assists against Virginia Tech in the Great Alaska Shootout, also adding 10 points for his second career points/assists double-double. He scored a career-high 28 points and almost rallied Gonzaga to victory against the University of Oklahoma in the All-College Classic in Oklahoma City. He hit five straight shots and scored all of Gonzaga’s points in a 12-5 run for 66-65 lead in a game Oklahoma won 72-68. He gave top-ranked Memphis University all it could handle as he scored 25 points in an 81-77 road

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loss. His 27 points – 9 in overtime – kept the Bulldogs in the game in a road loss at Saint Mary’s College. The native of Chicago, Ill., posted his third career points/assists double-double with 13 points and 12 assists in a home rout of WCC foe Pepperdine University. The Bulldogs won the WCC regular-season title for the eighth straight season, and earned an at-large berth to their 10th straight NCAA Tournament after falling in the WCC Tournament title game to host University of San Diego. He finished his junior campaign fourth on Gonzaga’s career assists charts with 422 and his 124 career steals ranked seventh. By the time his career ended in 2009 he had moved into 18th with 1,245 career points, ranked third in assists with 589 behind only Matt Santangelo and Blake Stepp and ahead of John Stockton and was third in career steals with 170 behind Stockton and Doug Spradley. He was named to the 2008 WCC All-Tournament team, was a National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) District 14 second team selection and received Associated Press honorable mention AllAmerica accolades.

Matt

Bouldin

After having a string of eight straight West Coast Conference Player of the Year honors interrupted in 2009, Gonzaga University senior Matt Bouldin started another streak with his selection by the WCC coaches in 2010. Bouldin capped his career as sixth on the all-time Gonzaga scoring charts with 1,683 points, tied for third with Jeremy Pargo on the steals list with 170 and is fifth on the assists charts with 444. He was also a finalist for the John R. Wooden Award, the Naismith Award, the Bob Cousy Award, the Lowe’s Senior CLASS Award and the Chip Hilton Award. He became the 32nd player to reach the 1,000-point club in Bulldog history. The native of Highlands Ranch, Colo., led the Bulldogs in scoring at 15.6 ppg and assists at 4.0 assists/ game in helping Gonzaga to a 10th straight WCC regular-season title, its ninth WCC Tournament title in 12 years and a first-round NCAA Tournament victory over Florida State University as the Bulldogs made their 12th straight trip to the NCAA Tournament. The Bulldogs finished 22nd in the final Associated Press Top 25 poll and 23rd in the ESPN/USA Today final rankings.

Bouldin was instrumental in the Bulldogs winning their inaugural EA Sports Maui Invitational in three trips, scoring 21 points in the opening-round game which saw the Bulldogs rally from 15-point first-half deficit. Although he scored just six points in the title game against the University of Cincinnati, he chipped in a then-career high 11 rebounds and dished out three assists, sharing MVP honors with teammate Steven Gray. He set a career high for points twice during the season, pouring in 28 in a victory over Washington State University and getting his first career 30-point game with 32 at home against Pepperdine University. In addition to being the WCC Player of the Year, he was named to the National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) District 9 first team and was an Associated Press All-America honorable mention selection. Bouldin is the 14th Bulldog player to be honored by the AP for a total of 17 recognitions.

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NABC All-AmericanS/All-District NABC ALL-AMERICANS 1960-61

Frank Burgess (3rd Team)

2001-02

Dan Dickau (2nd Team)

2003-04

Blake Stepp (2nd Team)

2005-06

Adam Morrison (Player of the Year Top Four Finalist)

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NABC ALL-district

2000-01

Casey Calvary (1st Team) Dan Dickau (2nd Team)

2001-02

Dan Dickau (1st Team) Zach Gourde (2nd Team)

2002-03

Blake Stepp (1st Team) Ronny Turiaf (2nd Team) Cory Violette (2nd Team)

2003-04

Blake Steep (1st Team) Ronny Turiaf (1st Team) Cory Violette (2nd Team)

2004-05

Adam Morrison (1st Team) Ronny Turiaf (1st Team)

2005-06

Adam Morrison (1st Team) J.P. Batista (1st Team)

2006-07

Derek Raivio (1st Team)

2007-08

Jeremy Pargo (2nd Team) Josh Heytvelt (1st Team) Matt Bouldin (1st Team) Austin Daye (2nd Team) Matt Bouldin (1st Team) Elias Harris (1st Team)

1959-60

Frank Burgess (2nd Team)

1960-61

Frank Burgess (1st Team)

1972-73

Joe Clayton (3rd Team)

1974-75

Ken Tyler (3rd Team)

1983-84

John Stockton (1st Team)

1992-93

Jeff Brown (2nd Team)

1993-94

Jeff Brown (1st Team)

1995-96

Paul Rogers (2nd Team)

1997-98

Bakari Hendrix (2nd Team)

2008-09

1998-99

Richie Frahm (2nd Team) Matt Santangelo (2nd Team)

2009-10

1999-00

Richie Frahm (1st Team) Matt Santangelo (1st Team)

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WCC Honors John Stockton 1984 -Player of the Year

Dan Dickau 2002 - Player of the Year

Jeremy Pargo 2008 - Player of the Year

Stockton guided the Zags to a 17-11 record and fourth place finish in the WCAC. Stockton led the WCAC in scoring (20.9), assists (201), and steals (109).

Dickau guided Gonzaga to a school record 29 wins and first place in the WCC. Dickau led the league with 21.0 points per game and was second in the league with 4.6 assists per game. Gonzaga advanced to the NCAA and was ranked No. 6 in the nation.

Pargo averaged 11.8 ppg overall, but it was the other facets of his game that often times made life rough for the opposition. He paced the conference in assists at 6.23 overall and 6.50 in WCC action, he was eighth overall in steals with 1.47 and fourth in WCC games at 2.07 and posted a 1.91 assist/turnover ration in all games and 2.28 in WCC contests.

Brown guided the Zags to 22-8 record and first place in the WCC. Brown led the WCC in scoring at 21 points per game. The Zags advanced to the NIT second round in their inaugural post-season appearance.

Matt Santangelo 1997 - Co-Freshman of the Year Santangelo averaged 13.2 points and 4.4 assists per game as the Zags posted a 1512 record. He earned honorable mention All-WCC recognition and also 3-time AllWCC honors.

Bakari Hendrix 1998 - Player of the Year Hendrix guided the Zags to a 24-10 record and first place in the WCC. Hendrix led the WCC in scoring at 19.8 points per game. The Zags advanced to the second round of the NIT.

Mike Nilson 2000 - Defender of the Year Nilson averaged 1.6 steals and 4.4 rebounds per game as the Zags posted a 26-9 record. He helped hold opponents to a .392 field goal percentage.

Casey Calvary 2001 - Player of the Year Calvary guided the Zags to a 26-7 record and first place in the WCC. Calvary was second in the WCC in scoring as the Zags made their third straight NCAA Sweet 16.

Blake Stepp 2001 - Freshman of the Year

Blake Stepp 2003, 2004 - Player of the Year Stepp became the first GU player to win multiple Player of the Year honors as he helped guide the Bulldogs to a 14-0 WCC record and No. 2 national ranking in 2004. In 2003 he helped GU win the WCC regularseason title and earn the Bulldogs first atlarge NCAA Tournament bid.

Ronny Turiaf 2005 - Player of the Year Turiaf continued the Bulldogs run of WCC Players of the Year as he became fifth straight GU Player to win the award. Turiaf helped the Bulldogs earn a No. 3 seed in the NCAA Tournament as he finished his career ranking fourth in career points and rebounds.

Bouldin averaged a team-leading 15.6 ppg, 4.7 rpg and a team-high 4.0 assists in leading Gonzaga to a 27-7 record and a 12th straight trip to the NCAA Tournament. He finished his career ranked sixth in scoring with 1,683 points, fifth in assists with 444 and tied for third in steals with 170. He also finished his career ranked in the top 10 in field goals made (564), 3-point field goals made (187) and free throws made (368).

Elias Harris 2010 - Newcomer of the Year

Batista made an immediate impact on the Bulldogs squad as he led the WCC with a 60.5 field goal percentage. Batista averaged 12.4 points and 6.2 rebounds while earning honorable mention All-WCC honors.

Harris caught everyone’s attention early, scoring 18 points in his collegiate debut and then pouring in 17 points at second-ranked Michigan State as Gonzaga almost pulled off the upset. He averaged 14.9 ppg, a team-high 7.1 rpg and shot 54.7 percent 180-for-329) from the field. He also earned All-WCC first-team accolades.

Erroll Knight 2005 - Defender of the Year

Dan Fitzgerald Coach of the Year

J.P. Batista 2005 - Newcomer of the Year

Knight served as the Bulldogs defensive stopper usually drawing the top player on an opponents team. Knight averaged 6.9 points and 4.6 rebounds as the Bulldogs held opposing teams to a .416 field goal percentage.

Adam Morrison 2006 - Player of the Year

Stepp averaged 10.3 points and 3.6 rebounds per game as the Zags posted a 26-7 record. He earned honorable mention All-WCC recognition.

Morrison become the sixth-straight Bulldog to earn WCC Player of the Year. Morrison helped Gonzaga earn its second-straight No. 3 seed in the NCAA Tournament as he finished his career ranking third in career points.

Mark Spink 2001 - Defender of the Year

Derek Raivio 2007 - Co-Player of the Year

Spink averaged 7.5 points and 5.6 rebounds per game as the Zags posted a 26-7 record. He helped hold opponents to a .395 field goal percentage.

Matt Bouldin 2010 - Player of the Year

Raivio averaged 18.0 points and 2.6 assists per game as the Zags posted a 23-11 record. Raivio also was astounding at the free throw line sinking 96.1 percent to lead the nation.

History

Jeff Brown 1994 - Player of the Year

1981 (19-8, 9-5 WCC) 1994 (22-8, 12-2 WCC)

Dan Monson Coach of the Year 1999 (28-7, 12-2 WCC)

Mark Few Coach of the Year 2001 (26-7, 13-1 WCC) 2002 (29-4, 13-1 WCC) 2003 (24-9, 12-2 WCC) 2004 (28-3, 14-0 WCC) 2005 (26-5, 12-2 WCC) 2006 (29-4, 14-0 WCC) 2008 (25-8, 13-1 WCC) 2010 (27-7, 12-2 WCC)

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All Conference Selections 1964-79 - Big Sky Conference 1980-10 - West Coast Conference 1963-64 Bill Wilson (1st Team) Bill Suter (2nd Team) 1964-65 Gary Lechman (1st Team) Bill Suter (2nd Team) 1965-66 Gary Lechman (1st Team) Bill Suter (2nd Team) 1966-67 Gary Lechman (1st Team) 1967-68 Paz Rocha (2nd Team) 1968-69 Joe McNair (2nd Team) 1969-70 Bill Quigg (2nd Team)

History

1970-71 Bill Quigg (2nd Team) 1971-72 Joe Clayton (1st Team) Greg Sten (2nd Team) 1972-73 Greg Sten (1st Team) Joe Clayton (2nd Team) 1973-74 Stewart Morill (1st Team) Ken Tyler (2nd Team) 1974-75 Ken Tyler (1st Team) 1975-76 Jim Grady (2nd Team) 1976-77 Jim Grady (1st Team) 1977-78 Jim DeWeese (2nd Team) 1978-79 Paul Cathey (1st Team) Carl Pierce (2nd Team)

1984-85 Tim Ruff (Honorable Mention) Jason Van Nort (Honorable Mention) 1985-86 Jeff Condill (1st Team) Dale Haaland (Honorable Mention) Jim McPhee (Honorable Mention) 1986-87 Dale Haaland (1st Team) Jim McPhee (1st Team) Doug Spradley (Honorable Mention) 1987-88 Doug Spradley (1st Team) Danny Roe (Honorable Mention) 1988-89 Jim McPhee (1st Team) Doug Spradley (1st Team) 1989-90 Jim McPhee (1st Team) 1990-91 Jarrod Davis (1st Team) 1991-92 Jeff Brown (1st Team) Jarrod Davis (1st Team) 1992-93 Jeff Brown (1st Team) Marc Armstead (Honorable Mention) Matt Stanford (Honorable Mention) Geoff Goss (Honorable Mention) 1993-94 Jeff Brown (1st Team, Player of the Year) Geoff Goss (1st Team) John Rillie (Honorable Mention) 1994-95 Kyle Dixon (1st Team) John Rillie (Honorable Mention) Jon Kinloch (Honorable Mention) 1995-96 Kyle Dixon (1st Team) Paul Rogers (1st Team) Jon Kinloch (Honorable Mention) Scott Snider (Honorable Mention)

1979-80 Carl Pierce (2nd Team) James Sheppard (Honorable Mention)

1996-97 Bakari Hendrix (1st Team) Lorenzo Rollins (1st Team) Matt Santangelo (Honorable Mention) Matt Santangelo (co-Freshman of the Year)

1980-81 Don Baldwin (1st Team) Hugh Hobus (Honorable Mention) Eddie Taylor (Honorable Mention)

1997-98 Bakari Hendrix (1st Team, Player of the Year) Matt Santangelo (1st Team) Richie Frahm (Honorable Mention)

1981-82 Bill Dunlap (1st Team) Tim Wagoner (Honorable Mention)

1998-99 Jeremy Eaton (1st Team) Richie Frahm (1st Team) Quentin Hall (1st Team) Matt Santangelo (1st Team) Casey Calvary (Honorable Mention)

1982-83 Byrce McPhee (1st Team) John Stockton (1st Team) 1983-84 John Stockton (1st Team, Player of the Year) Jeff Condill (Honorable Mention) Tim Ruff (Honorable Mention)

1999-00 Casey Calvary (1st Team) Richie Frahm (1st Team) Matt Santangelo (1st Team) Mike Nilson (Defender of the Year)

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2000-01 Casey Calvary (1st Team, Player of the Year) Dan Dickau (1st Team) Zach Gourde (Honorable Mention) Mark Spink (Honorable Mention, Defender of the Year) Blake Stepp (Honorable Mention, Freshman of the Year) 2001-02 Dan Dickau (1st Team, Player of the Year) Zach Gourde (1st Team) Cory Violette (1st Team) Blake Stepp (Honorable Mention) 2002-03 Blake Stepp (1st Team, Player of the Year) Ronny Turiaf (1st Team) Cory Violette (1st Team) 2003-04 Blake Stepp (1st Team, Player of the Year) Ronny Turiaf (1st Team) Cory Violette (1st Team) Sean Mallon (All-Freshmen Team) Adam Morrison (All-Freshmen Team) 2004-05 Ronny Turiaf (1st Team, Player of the Year) Adam Morrison (1st Team) Derek Raivio (1st Team) J.P. Batista (Honorable Mention, Newcomer of the Year) Erroll Knight (Defender of the Year) David Pendergraft (All-Freshmen Team) 2005-06 Adam Morrison (1st Team, Player of the Year) J.P. Batista (1st Team) 2006-07 Derek Raivio (1st Team, Co-Player of the Year) Jeremy Pargo (1st Team) Sean Mallon (Honorable Mention) Matt Bouldin (Freshman Team) 2007-08 Jeremy Pargo (1st Team, Player of the Year) Matt Bouldin (1st Team) David Pendergraft (1st Team) Austin Daye (Honorable Mention, Freshman Team) Steven Gray (Freshman Team) 2008-09 Matt Bouldin (1st Team) Josh Heytvelt (1st Team) Austin Daye (Honorable Mention) Jeremy Pargo (Honorable Mention) Steven Gray (Honorable Mention) 2009-10 Matt Bouldin (1st Team, Player of the Year) Steven Gray (1st Team) Elias Harris (1st Team, Newcomer of the Year, Freshman Team)

WCC Tournament Info Year Winning School Losing School MVP 2010 #2 Saint Mary’s - 81 #1 Gonzaga - 62 Mickey McConnell - SMC 2009 #1 Gonzaga - 83 #2 Saint Mary’s - 58 Micah Downs - GON 2008 #3 San Diego - 69 #1 Gonzaga - 62 Brandon Johnson - USD 2007 #1 Gonzaga - 77 #2 Santa Clara - 68 Derek Raivio - GON 2006 #1 Gonzaga - 68 #2 Loyola Marymount - 67 Adam Morrison - GON 2005 #1 Gonzaga - 80 # 2 Saint Mary’s - 67 Adam Morrison - GON 2004 #1 Gonzaga - 84 #2 Saint Mary’s - 71 Ronny Turiaf - GON 2003 #2 San Diego - 72 #1 Gonzaga - 63 Jason Keep - USD 2002* #2 Gonzaga - 96 #1 Pepperdine - 90 Dan Dickau - GON 2001 #1 Gonzaga - 80 #3 Santa Clara - 77 Dan Dickau - GON 2000 #2 Gonzaga - 69 #1 Pepperdine - 65 (ot) Casey Calvary - GON 1999 #1 Gonzaga - 91 #4 Santa Clara - 66 Matt Santangelo - GON 1998 #5 San Francisco - 80 #1 Gonzaga - 67 Hakeem Ward - USF 1997 #2 Saint Mary’s - 66 #3 San Francisco - 59 Brad Millard - SMC 1996 #5 Portland - 76 #2 Gonzaga - 68 Kweemada King - POR 1995 #4 Gonzaga - 80 #2 Portland - 67 John Rillie - GON 1994 #2 Pepperdine - 56 #4 San Diego - 53 Dana Jones - PEP 1993 #3 Santa Clara - 73 #1 Pepperdine - 63 Steve Nash - SCU 1992 #1 Pepperdine - 73 #4 Gonzaga - 70 Doug Christie - PEP 1991 #1 Pepperdine - 71 #4 Saint Mary’s - 68 (ot) Geoff Lear - PEP 1990 Tournament suspended due to death of Hank Gathers Loyola Marymount received WCC automatic tournament bid Hank Gathers - LMU 1989 #3 Loyola Marymount - 75 #5 Santa Clara - 70 Hank Gathers - LMU 1988 #1 Loyola Marymount - 104 #3 Santa Clara - 96 1987 #5 Santa Clara - 77 #7 Pepperdine - 65 Jens Gordan - SCU * Gonzaga and Pepperdine tied for the regular-season WCC title. Pepperdine was awarded the No. 1 seed based on winning a coin-flip between the schools.

West Coast Conference Men’s Tournament Format

Effective with the 2003 WCC Basketball Tournament, the WCC adopted an 8-Team/Play-In format for the men. Under the format, the #5 through #8 seeds will compete in the opening round to determine who will advance to the next round of the tournament. Waiting for the winners in the quarterfinals will be the #3 and #4 seeds, who will have first round byes. The winners of the quarterfinal match-ups will go head-tohead with the #1 and #2 seeds, who will be seeded into the semifinals. Beginning with the 2004 tournament the league began rotating the championship site regionally. The 2004 and 2005 tournaments were held in the Bay Area, 2006 at Gonzaga University, 2007 at the University of Portland and the 2008 at the University of San Diego. The 2009 and 2010 tournaments were held at the Oreleans Arena in Las Vegas, Nev., and will return there through 2012.

History

WCC Men’s Basketball Tournament Champions

WCC Tournament History 1987 at Gonzaga

#7 Pepperdine .........................76 #2 Gonzaga .............................73

#3 Santa Clara..........................53 #2 Gonzaga..............................51

1994 at Santa Clara

1998 at Santa Clara

#1 Gonzaga........................79 (ot) #8 Loyola Marymount..............78

#5 San Francisco.......................80 #1 Gonzaga..............................67

#2 Gonzaga..............................87 #5 San Diego.............................79

2007 at Portland

1995 at Santa Clara

1999 at Santa Clara

#4 Gonzaga..............................74 #5 San Diego.............................57

#1 Gonzaga..............................84 #8 Portland................................63

#2 Gonzaga..............................96 #1 Pepperdine...........................90

#1 Loyola Marymount........... 121 #8 Santa Clara..........................84

#4 Gonzaga..............................69 #3 Saint Mary’s.........................59

#1 Gonzaga..............................70 #6 Saint Mary’s.........................57

1991 at Santa Clara

#4 Gonzaga..............................80 #2 Portland................................67

#1 Gonzaga..............................91 #4 Santa Clara..........................66

#2 San Diego.............................72 #1 Gonzaga..............................63

1996 at Santa Clara

2000 at Santa Clara

2004 at Santa Clara

1989 at San Francisco

#3 Loyola Marymount ......... 101 #6 Gonzaga .............................98

1990 at Loyola Marymount

#3 San Diego.............................72 #6 Gonzaga..............................62

#4 San Diego.............................83 #1 Gonzaga..............................75

#1 Gonzaga........................96 (ot) #5 San Diego.............................92 #1 Gonzaga..............................68 #2 Loyola Marymount..............67

#4 Pepperdine.......................... 81 #5 Gonzaga .............................70

#1 Gonzaga..............................74 #7 San Diego.............................59

2002 at San Diego

2006 at Gonzaga

#2 Gonzaga..............................82 #7 Loyola Marymount..............64

1988 at Santa Clara

#1 Gonzaga..............................91 #8 Loyola Marymount..............76

#1 Gonzaga..............................80 #3 Santa Clara..........................77

1992 at Portland

#2 Gonzaga .............................64 #7 Saint Mary’s.........................54

#2 Gonzaga..............................76 #7 Saint Mary’s.........................49

#5 San Diego.............................48

#2 Gonzaga..............................76 #8 Pepperdine...........................48

#2 Gonzaga..............................80 #3 San Diego.............................70

#5 Portland................................76 #2 Gonzaga..............................68

#2 Gonzaga.......................69 (ot) #1 Pepperdine...........................65

1997 at Loyola Marymount

2001 at San Diego

#4 Gonzaga.................................. 61

#4 Gonzaga..............................54 #2 Santa Clara..........................51 #1 Pepperdine...........................73 #4 Gonzaga..............................70

1993 at San Francisco

#2 Gonzaga..............................77 #7 Portland................................57

#4 San Diego.............................64 #5 Gonzaga..............................59

#1 Gonzaga........................... 105 #8 Saint Mary’s.........................65 #1 Gonzaga..............................78 #4 San Diego.............................68

2003 at San Diego

#1 Gonzaga..............................73 #5 Saint Mary’s.........................52

#1 Gonzaga..............................63 #5 Santa Clara..........................62 #1 Gonzaga..............................84 #2 Saint Mary’s.........................71

2005 at Santa Clara

#1 Gonzaga..............................90 #4 San Diego.............................74 #1 Gonzaga..............................80 #2 Saint Mary’s.........................67

#1 Gonzaga..............................88 #4 San Diego.............................70 #1 Gonzaga .............................77 #2 Santa Clara ........................68

2008 at San Diego

#1 Gonzaga..............................52 #4 Santa Clara..........................48 #3 San Diego.............................69 #1 Gonzaga..............................62

2009 at Las Vegas

#1 Gonzaga..............................94 #4 Santa Clara..........................59 #1 Gonzaga..............................83 #2 Saint Mary’s.........................58

2010 at Las Vegas

#1 Gonzaga..............................77 #5 Loyola Marymount..............62 #2 Saint Mary’s.........................81 #1 Gonzaga..............................62

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WCC Tournament Stats TOTAL 3-PTS REBOUNDS ## Player GP GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct 3FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO A 10 STEPP, Blake 10 10 326 32.6 46 109 .422 29 73 .397 43 53 .811 8 26 34 3.4 22 0 31 13 SANTANGELO, Matt 10 10 353 35.3 51 124 .411 25 59 .424 26 31 .839 3 31 34 3.4 15 0 63 15 RILLIE, John 7 7 256 36.6 39 75 .520 28 55 .509 31 33 .939 8 21 29 4.1 13 0 15 31 CALVARY, Casey 12 9 299 24.9 56 91 .615 3 15 .200 21 48 .438 17 51 68 5.7 27 0 14 21 DICKAU, Dan 6 6 194 32.3 39 83 .470 20 49 .408 35 44 .795 5 17 22 3.7 13 0 27 03 MORRISON, Adam 6 4 184 30.7 39 83 .470 9 25 .360 28 38 .737 6 17 23 3.8 13 0 19 24 FRAHM, Richie 10 9 293 29.3 35 93 .376 23 58 .397 21 25 .840 10 22 32 3.2 9 0 23 35 TURIAF, Ronny 9 6 222 24.7 39 90 .433 0 0 .000 32 49 .653 27 47 74 8.2 24 0 8 34 BROWN, Jeff 7 7 227 32.4 39 83 .470 1 4 .250 26 36 .722 13 22 35 5.0 18 0 12 33 VIOLETTE, Cory 9 5 221 24.6 41 70 .586 0 3 .000 23 31 .742 19 40 59 6.6 19 1 6 05 RAIVIO, Derek 8 6 226 28.3 25 54 .463 10 29 .345 40 43 .930 4 12 16 2.0 5 0 22 24 KINLOCH, Jon 10 6 265 26.5 25 56 .446 13 29 .448 32 37 .865 12 26 38 3.8 23 1 12 13 GOSS, Geoff 8 7 265 33.1 27 53 .509 3 9 .333 37 43 .860 7 24 31 3.9 23 1 38 32 GOURDE, Zach 11 8 226 20.5 35 57 .614 0 1 .000 21 30 .700 11 23 34 3.1 28 2 9 15 BOULDIN, Matt 8 8 259 32.4 29 67 .433 8 20 .400 22 30 .733 10 18 28 3.5 17 0 32 24 DAVIS, Jarrod 4 4 139 34.8 30 59 .508 13 27 .481 13 16 .813 1 9 10 2.5 13 1 6 22 STANFORD, Matt 7 4 174 24.9 30 58 .517 7 13 .538 16 28 .571 11 16 27 3.9 20 1 15 11 HALL, Quentin 6 3 170 28.3 28 53 .528 10 26 .385 13 16 .813 4 17 21 3.5 17 0 17 23 ROLLINS, Lorenzo 4 4 134 33.5 31 68 .456 8 29 .276 8 10 .800 3 8 11 2.8 6 0 7 02 PARGO, Jeremy 8 6 198 24.8 28 52 .538 4 16 .250 15 22 .682 3 15 18 2.3 19 0 23 21 ROGERS, Paul 6 6 183 30.5 25 46 .543 1 1 1.000 18 30 .600 11 34 45 7.5 18 1 6 22 DOWNS, Micah 6 2 152 25.3 22 55 .400 11 25 .440 13 21 .619 14 24 38 6.3 12 0 6 32 GRAY, Steven 6 4 175 29.2 23 40 .575 5 14 .357 16 21 .762 3 9 12 2.0 11 0 13 13 BATISTA, J.P. 4 4 121 30.3 22 34 .647 1 1 1.000 22 27 .815 13 29 42 10.5 9 0 3 24 McPHEE, Jim 3 3 109 36.3 26 45 .578 0 1 .000 14 16 .875 3 8 11 3.7 11 1 15 32 HENDRIX, Bakari 4 4 122 30.5 27 53 .509 1 9 .111 10 21 .476 13 24 37 9.3 15 2 5 15 HERNANDEZ, Alex 6 0 131 21.8 20 34 .588 1 6 .167 19 32 .594 10 18 28 4.7 11 0 16 42 HEYTVELT, Josh 6 2 130 21.7 20 39 .513 3 7 .429 11 15 .733 5 18 23 3.8 11 0 3 25 PENDERGRAFT, David 8 2 143 17.9 18 31 .581 8 17 .471 8 12 .667 8 21 29 3.6 17 0 5 23 SPINK, Mark 10 3 156 15.6 14 20 .700 0 0 .000 22 27 .815 13 31 44 4.4 29 1 13 30 DENCH, Axel 10 7 182 18.2 18 36 .500 2 7 .286 8 12 .667 12 24 36 3.6 21 0 12 05 DAYE, Austin 4 2 93 23.3 17 32 .531 4 10 .400 8 12 .667 1 25 26 6.5 7 0 4 10 DIXON, Kyle 6 6 208 34.7 13 43 .302 2 12 .167 17 19 .895 2 13 15 2.5 12 0 40 34 SNIDER, Scott 6 3 137 22.8 14 30 .467 0 0 .000 10 19 .526 13 33 46 7.7 23 1 9 15 HOLMDAHL, Bret 2 2 85 42.5 16 33 .485 4 5 .800 1 1 1.000 3 14 17 8.5 6 1 10 15 FLOYD, Ryan 9 2 148 16.4 12 25 .480 5 13 .385 7 10 .700 7 15 22 2.4 13 0 14 24 BANKHEAD, Kyle 10 4 181 18.1 12 32 .375 10 26 .385 1 2 .500 1 8 9 0.9 15 0 22 32 MALLON, Sean 8 4 166 20.8 13 30 .433 0 4 .000 7 15 .467 14 26 40 5.0 19 0 9 14 WINGER, Mike 4 3 82 20.5 15 26 .577 1 1 1.000 2 5 .400 1 1 2 0.5 6 0 12 15 SPRADLEY, Doug 2 2 66 33.0 12 25 .480 4 10 .400 4 6 .667 2 5 7 3.5 7 0 6 23 SPINK, Scott 8 2 129 16.1 10 27 .370 0 2 .000 10 14 .714 5 20 25 3.1 18 2 8 22 LEASURE, Mike 10 4 135 13.5 11 28 .393 0 8 .000 7 9 .778 9 16 25 2.5 18 1 12 03 GOODSON, Demetri 4 2 96 24.0 10 17 .588 0 0 .000 7 13 .538 1 7 8 2.0 7 0 13 41 FRANKLIN, Todd 2 2 64 32.0 10 16 .625 0 0 .000 7 7 1.000 4 12 16 8.0 7 0 4 33 ARMSTEAD, Marc 5 5 168 33.6 12 26 .462 0 0 .000 2 6 .333 10 25 35 7.0 17 0 9 25 ROE, Danny 2 1 49 24.5 12 21 .571 2 4 .500 0 1 .000 5 2 7 3.5 10 2 1 34 EATON, Jeremy 4 3 89 22.3 5 16 .313 0 0 .000 15 23 .652 4 15 19 4.8 10 1 1 35 RUBRIGHT, Jason 6 3 84 14.0 9 18 .500 2 3 .667 5 6 .833 7 8 15 2.5 13 0 0 25 NILSON, Mike 7 1 95 13.6 7 16 .438 1 5 .200 9 11 .818 9 12 21 3.0 11 1 5 20 HARRIS, Elias 2 2 65 32.5 7 17 .412 3 5 .600 7 10 .700 3 6 9 4.5 5 0 0 22 McGOWAN, Felix 5 0 62 12.4 8 18 .444 1 5 .200 7 10 .700 3 3 6 1.2 6 0 2 31 KUSO, Abdullahi 4 3 71 17.8 10 16 .625 0 0 .000 3 9 .333 6 16 22 5.5 17 3 2 04 ALTIDOR-CESPEDES, P. 6 2 91 15.2 8 18 .444 5 9 .556 1 2 .500 5 8 13 2.2 7 0 10 22 KNIGHT, Erroll 6 4 120 20.0 7 19 .368 1 5 .200 6 11 .545 3 7 10 1.7 13 0 5 25 REASON, Anthony 6 3 96 16.0 5 13 .385 0 5 .000 11 15 .733 7 16 23 3.8 13 1 16 35 VERRET, Paul 2 2 67 33.5 8 11 .727 0 0 .000 5 6 .833 6 16 22 11.0 8 0 4 25 SKINNER, Tony 4 2 107 26.8 8 15 .533 2 4 .500 2 5 .400 5 15 20 5.0 8 0 5 21 PARHAM, Lennie 1 1 26 26.0 5 12 .417 0 1 .000 9 10 .900 1 1 2 2.0 3 0 1 11 DUDLEY, Jamie 6 2 73 12.2 4 11 .364 2 2 1.000 7 11 .636 0 8 8 1.3 9 0 7 21 SACRE, Robert 3 3 46 15.3 6 14 .429 0 0 .000 3 5 .600 1 7 8 2.7 7 1 2 35 HAALAND, Dale 1 1 36 36.0 5 10 .500 0 0 .000 3 5 .600 5 8 13 13.0 3 0 2 32 BRADY, Eric 4 4 107 26.8 4 9 .444 2 5 .400 2 2 1.000 1 16 17 4.3 14 1 5 33 GRIFFIN, Doug 4 0 75 18.8 4 5 .800 0 0 .000 3 9 .333 5 13 18 4.5 6 0 2 23 SIMMONS, Kendall 2 1 31 15.5 3 12 .250 1 2 .500 4 6 .667 2 0 2 1.0 4 0 1 34 FOX, Richard 2 0 29 14.5 4 10 .400 0 0 .000 3 6 .500 2 2 4 2.0 7 0 2 45 FOSTER, Will 5 0 38 7.6 5 7 .714 0 0 .000 0 4 .000 3 7 10 2.0 5 0 0 33 DELANEY, Chris 4 0 48 12.0 3 6 .500 0 0 .000 3 7 .429 3 8 11 2.8 10 0 0 34 KONG, Bol 2 0 37 18.5 3 7 .429 1 4 .250 2 2 1.000 1 1 2 1.0 1 0 1 11 WILLIAMS, Kevin 9 0 55 6.1 3 12 .250 1 5 .200 1 2 .500 3 5 8 0.9 4 0 4 31 FREDERICKSON, Brian 3 1 45 15.0 3 10 .300 0 0 .000 2 5 .400 1 5 6 2.0 11 0 4 31 CHAMPION, Mike 1 1 22 22.0 3 9 .333 0 1 .000 1 1 1.000 1 2 3 3.0 3 0 1 13 OLYNYK, Kelly 2 0 12 6.0 3 4 .750 1 1 1.000 0 0 .000 1 4 5 2.5 2 0 0 34 SHERRELL, Jay 4 0 16 4.0 3 4 .750 0 0 .000 0 1 .000 0 8 8 2.0 1 0 1 23 COLE, David 4 0 31 7.8 2 6 .333 1 5 .200 0 0 .000 1 0 1 0.3 0 0 1 33 BOND, Jason 6 0 37 6.2 2 5 .400 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 5 5 10 1.7 11 0 0 11 FORBES, Germayne 3 0 27 9.0 2 7 .286 0 3 .000 0 0 .000 0 1 1 0.3 3 0 2 01 AROP, Mangisto 1 0 21 21.0 2 4 .500 0 1 .000 0 0 .000 3 5 8 8.0 2 0 0 13 REISMAN, Josh 2 0 19 9.5 2 4 .500 0 1 .000 0 0 .000 0 4 4 2.0 1 0 0 21 MAY, Darryl 2 0 15 7.5 2 6 .333 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 1 1 0.5 1 0 2 34 ZAHARIAS, Nick 1 0 5 5.0 2 2 1.000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 25 PINNEY, Brad 1 0 2 2.0 1 1 1.000 0 0 .000 2 3 .667 1 0 1 1.0 0 0 0 32 MORGAN, Scott 6 0 28 4.7 0 4 .000 0 0 .000 3 4 .750 1 7 8 1.3 2 0 1 13 NEMETH, John 4 0 21 5.3 1 3 .333 0 0 .000 1 2 .500 0 4 4 1.0 0 0 5 11 WADLINGTON, Marlon 1 0 15 15.0 1 3 .333 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 1 1 1.0 0 0 1 23 WALKER, Paul 1 0 9 9.0 0 2 .000 0 0 .000 2 2 1.000 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 50 BROWN, Ira 2 0 9 4.5 1 4 .250 0 1 .000 0 0 .000 1 2 3 1.5 0 0 0 05 VILARINO, G.J. 2 0 3 1.5 1 2 .500 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0.0 1 0 0 14 WILLIAMS, Kenny 1 0 3 3.0 1 1 1.000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 1 14 MICHAELSON, Brian 4 0 3 0.8 1 1 1.000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 1 1 0.3 0 0 0 21 KINCAID, Matt 1 0 3 3.0 1 2 .500 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 31 KINCAID, Keith 1 0 1 1.0 1 1 1.000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 21 WALL, Marty 3 0 5 1.7 0 1 .000 0 0 .000 1 2 .500 1 0 1 0.3 0 0 0 34 DIOLI, Martin 2 1 25 12.5 0 2 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 2 3 5 2.5 3 0 1 22 TRICCO, Jimmy 3 0 22 7.3 0 3 .000 0 2 .000 0 0 .000 0 4 4 1.3 3 0 2 01 BROOKS, Winston 2 0 21 10.5 0 1 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0.0 2 0 0 23 AMAYA, Tyler 2 0 8 4.0 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 1 1 0.5 3 0 0 20 GURGANIOUS, Larry 3 0 6 2.0 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 32 BOCK, Roger 1 0 6 6.0 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0.0 1 0 0 11 SORENSON, Andrew 2 0 5 2.5 0 1 .000 0 1 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0.0 1 0 0 41 FIELDS, Pat 1 0 5 5.0 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 1 1 2 2.0 4 0 0 30 HART, Michael 2 0 4 2.0 0 1 .000 0 1 .000 0 0 .000 0 1 1 0.5 0 0 0 10 GIBBS, Grant 1 0 4 4.0 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 10 GEBBERS, John 1 0 4 4.0 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 15 SCHUMACHER, Lane 1 0 4 4.0 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 2 2 2.0 1 0 1 10 CRIDER, Carl 1 0 3 3.0 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0.0 1 0 0 40 PETERSON, Chance 1 0 2 2.0 0 2 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 1 0 1 1.0 0 0 0 40 SNYDER, Andrew 1 0 2 2.0 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 1 1 1.0 0 0 0 10 DAVIS, Kenny 1 0 2 2.0 0 1 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0.0 2 0 0 10 BOLLINGER, Matt 1 0 2 2.0 0 1 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 2 2 2.0 0 0 0 35 RICH, Rob 1 0 2 2.0 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 1 1 1.0 1 0 0 30 VILLEPIGUE, Dustin 1 0 1 1.0 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 1 1 1.0 0 0 0 33 MacLEOD, Calum 2 0 1 0.5 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 15 FLOYD, Colin 2 0 1 0.5 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 13 MAST, Jordan 1 0 1 1.0 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 24 GENTRY, Stephen 2 0 1 0.5 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 25 BALL, Phillip 1 0 1 1.0 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 TEAM 67 60 127 2.5 0 Total 50 1302 2712 .480 303 800 .379 877 1233 .711 537 1249 1786 35.7 938 27 769 Opponents 50 1195 2920 .409 307 912 .337 722 1030 .701 650 1059 1709 34.2 1028 30 632

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TO Blk Stl Pts 25 0 8 164 35 3 8 153 15 0 7 137 20 16 8 136 14 0 4 133 8 4 7 115 14 1 5 114 9 18 8 110 16 0 4 105 7 6 9 105 10 1 11 100 16 12 8 95 32 0 13 94 17 9 6 91 19 1 8 88 8 0 6 86 11 1 5 83 10 1 8 79 6 1 6 78 17 0 5 75 17 7 1 69 5 4 2 68 9 0 8 67 8 0 2 67 15 2 4 66 13 4 0 65 6 1 5 60 6 5 5 54 3 0 8 52 13 3 3 50 13 2 2 46 9 7 4 46 22 0 3 45 7 7 6 38 7 0 8 37 7 1 2 36 6 0 6 35 8 6 6 33 6 0 2 33 9 0 2 32 8 3 10 30 8 2 7 29 6 0 2 27 8 0 1 27 10 10 3 26 2 1 0 26 8 2 3 25 3 0 1 25 6 2 6 24 3 0 1 24 4 0 3 24 6 6 0 23 10 0 2 22 9 4 2 21 6 1 2 21 4 2 1 21 5 1 3 20 2 0 2 19 11 0 2 17 6 4 1 15 2 0 2 13 3 0 3 12 2 1 0 11 2 0 1 11 3 0 0 11 3 2 1 10 1 3 1 9 0 0 0 9 2 0 1 8 7 0 3 8 1 2 0 7 2 2 0 7 1 0 1 6 3 0 0 5 1 0 1 4 1 0 1 4 0 0 0 4 0 0 2 4 3 0 2 4 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 4 3 0 0 3 1 0 1 3 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 2 1 0 0 2 2 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 681 173 296 3784 693 112 307 3419

Avg 16.4 15.3 19.6 11.3 22.2 19.2 11.4 12.2 15.0 11.7 12.5 9.5 11.8 8.3 11.0 21.5 11.9 13.2 19.5 9.4 11.5 11.3 11.2 16.8 22.0 16.3 10.0 9.0 6.5 5.0 4.6 11.5 7.5 6.3 18.5 4.0 3.5 4.1 8.3 16.0 3.8 2.9 6.8 13.5 5.2 13.0 6.3 4.2 3.4 12.0 4.8 5.8 3.7 3.5 3.5 10.5 5.0 19.0 2.8 5.0 13.0 3.0 2.8 5.5 5.5 2.0 2.3 4.5 0.9 2.7 7.0 3.5 1.5 1.3 0.7 1.3 4.0 2.0 2.0 4.0 4.0 0.5 0.8 2.0 2.0 1.0 1.0 2.0 0.5 2.0 2.0 0.3 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 75.7 68.4

Battle in Seattle Most Blocks (4) Gonzaga J.P. Batista (3) Opponent Stephane Lasme - UMass (4)

Jumper (2)

First Gonzaga Points Scored Kyle Bankhead Free Throw

Most Steals (4) Gonzaga Derek Raivio vs. UMass (4) Pierre Altidor-Cespedes (4) Opponent Rickey Paulding - Missouri (4)

Most Points Scored Individual (27) Gonzaga Elias Harris vs. Davidson (27) Opponent Nick Fazekas - Nevada (24) A.J. Price - Connecticut (24)

Team Field Goal Percentage Half Gonzaga vs. Davidson 66.7 (14-21) 1st half Opponent (Nevada) 56.7 (17-30) 2nd half

Most Rebounds (15) Gonzaga Cory Violette vs. Missouri (12) Opponent Linas Kleiza - Missouri (15)

Team 3-Point Percentage Half Gonzaga vs. Davidson 57.1 (4-7) 2nd half Opponent (Davidson) 63.6 (7-11) 1st half

Most 3-Pointers Made (6) Gonzaga Derek Raivio vs. UMass (3) Derek Raivio vs. Nevada (3) Matt Bouldin vs. Tennessee (3) Micah Downs - Connecticut (3) Steven Gray vs. Davidson (3) Opponent A. J. Price - Connecticut (6)

Free Throw Percentage Half Gonzaga vs. Missouri 100.0 (10-10) overtime Gonzaga vs. Nevada 100.0 (7-7) 1st half Opponent (Oklahoma St) 100.0 (2-2) 2nd half (Connecticut) 100.0 (8-8) 1st half

Most Free Throws Made (11) Gonzaga Ronny Turiaf vs. UMass (11) Elias Harris vs. Davidson (11) Robert Sacre vs. Davidson (11) Adam Morrison vs. Oklahoma State (11) Opponent Jerome Dyson - Connecticut (10) Most Assists (10) Gonzaga Blake Stepp vs. Missouri (10) Opponent Jameson Curry - Oklahoma State (10) A.J. Price - Connecticut (10) Most Turnovers (7) Gonzaga Jeremy Pargo - Nevada (7) Opponent Rashaun Freeman - UMass (6) Brendan Mc Killop - Davidson (6)

Attendance 16,763 - Dec. 20, 2008 vs. Connecticut 15,141 - Dec. 29, 2007 vs. Tennessee 15,110 - Dec. 30, 2006 vs. Nevada 13,644 - Dec. 10, 2005 vs. Oklahoma State 13,176 - Dec. 12, 2009 vs. Davidson 12,831 - Dec. 13, 2003 vs. Missouri 10,126 - Dec. 4, 2004 vs. Massachusetts Battle In Seattle Scores Dec. 13, 2003 - No. 17 Gonzaga 87, No. 3 Missouri 80 (ot) Dec. 4, 2004 - Gonzaga 68, Massachusetts 57 Dec. 10, 2005 - No. 9 Gonzaga 64, Oklahoma State 62 Dec. 30, 2006 - No. 18 Nevada 82, Gonzaga 74 Dec. 29, 2007 - No. 11 Tennessee 82, Gonzaga 72 Dec. 20, 2008 - No. 2 Connecticut 88, No. 8 Gonzaga 83 (ot) Dec. 12, 2009 - No. 21 Gonzaga 103, Davidson 91

History

Quick Facts First Points Scored Travon Bryant (Missouri)

ronald mcdonald house charities classic Gonzaga University’s involvement with the Ronald McDonald House Charities Classic has turned into a basketball tradition for the university and the city of Spokane. Begun in 2007 when the Bulldogs hosted the University of Memphis Feb. 17 in the Spokane Veterans Memorial Arena, the event was skipped the following year with the game resuming for each of the past two years. The inaugural event was also a part of ESPN’s “College Game Day” with the morning show being televised from the McCarthey Athletic Center on the Gonzaga campus with the game held downtown at the Spokane Arena. Memphis, ranked eighth in the Associated Press and ninth in the EAPN/USA Today rankings, captured that inaugural game 78-77 in overtime. Chris Douglas-Roberts slashed across the key through traffic and hit a one-handed layup with 5.6 seconds remaining in overtime to give the Tigers the victory. The Tigers led 76-75 on Jeremy Hunt’s 3-pointer, but Hunt fouled

Abdullahi Kuso with 17.6 seconds left and Kuso sank both to put Gonzaga up 77-76. That set the stage for Douglas-Roberts’ heroics. Jeremy Pargo’s jumper with 11 seconds to play had knotted the game at 69 to send it to overtime. Gonzaga’s Derek Raivio led all scorers with 21 points while Pargo finished with 17 in front of a Spokane Arena crowd of 11,272. In 2009 it was the Tigers returning again for the second RMHCC contest, again played in the Spokane Arena. And again the Tigers prevailed 68-50 in the battle of Top 25 teams. Gonzaga was ranked 18th in both major polls, while Memphis was 14th in the AP rankings and 15th in the ESPN/USA Today poll. Gonzaga, which had won an important West Coast Conference game just two days earlier at the University of Portland, fell behind by as many as 26 points before staging a lategame rally with a 13-0 run to make the final outcome more respectable. Gonzaga shot just 36 percent from the field and was held 29 points

below its average as both teams featured two of the best defenses in the NCAA ranks. The 2009 New Year’s Eve contest between the Bulldogs and the University of Oklahoma wasn’t much in question as the Zags posted an 83-69 victory. But fans left with quite a memory of this RMHCC event. Oklahoma’s Tiny Gallon, a 6-9, 269-pounder, shattered a backboard with 15:54 remaining in the second half of the nationallytelevised game on ESPN2. He shattered the backboard in front of the Oklahoma bench that led to a 52-minute delay. Gonzaga’s Robert Sacre broke up an alley-oop pass intended for Gallon, and his momentum carried him above the rim, he grabbed the rim on his way down and the backboard shattered on top of him. It’s hard to say what drama will unfold this season as the Bulldogs host Memphis for the third time in the event when the Tigers return to the Spokane Arena Feb. 5.

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History

GONZAGA NCAA TOURNAMENT GAMES DATE 3-16-95 3-11-99 3-13-99 3-18-99 3-20-99 3-16-00 3-18-00 3-23-00 3-16-01 3-18-01 3-23-01 3-14-02 3-20-03 3-22-03 3-18-04 3-20-04 3-17-05 3-19-05 3-16-06 3-18-06 3-23-06 3-15-07 3-21-08 3-19-09 3-21-09 3-27-09 3-19-10 3-21-10

W/L L W W W L W W L W W L L W L W L W L W W L L L W W L W L

SCORE OPPONENT (LOCATION) 87-63 #3 Maryland (Salt Lake City, UT) 75-63 #7 Minnesota (Seattle, WA) 82-74 #2 Stanford (Seattle, WA) 73-72 #6 Florida (Phoenix, AZ) 67-62 #1 Connecticut (Phoenix, AZ) 77-66 #7 Louisville (Tucson, AZ) 82-76 #2 St. John’s (Tucson, AZ) 75-66 #6 Purdue (Albuquerque, NM) 86-85 #5 Virginia (Memphis, TN) 85-68 #13 Indiana State (Memphis, TN) 77-62 #1 Michigan State (Atlanta, GA) 73-66 #11 Wyoming (Albuquerque, NM) 74-69 #8 Cincinnati (Salt Lake City, UT) 96-95 (2ot) #1 Arizona (Salt Lake City, UT) 76-49 #15 Valparaiso (Seattle, WA) 91-72 #10 Nevada (Seattle, WA) 74-64 #14 Winthrop (Tucson, AZ) 71-69 #6 Texas Tech (Tucson, AZ) 79-75 #14 Xavier (Salt Lake City, UT) 90-80 #6 Indiana (Salt Lake City, UT) 73-71 #2 UCLA (Oakland, CA) 70-57 #7 Indiana (Sacramento, CA) 82-73 #10 Davidson (Raleigh, NC) 77-64 #13 Akron (Portland, OR) 83-81 #12 Western Kentucky (Portland, OR) 98-77 #1 North Carolina (Memphis, TN) 67-60 #9 Florida State (Buffalo, NY) 87-65 #1 Syracuse (Buffalo, NY)

GONZAGA NIT TOURNAMENT GAMES DATE 3-17-94 3-22-94 3-14-96 3-11-98 3-16-98

W/L W L L W L

SCORE OPPONENT (LOCATION) 80-76 Stanford (Palo Alto, CA) 66-64 Kansas State (Manhattan, KS) 92-73 Washington State (Pullman, WA) 69-55 Wyoming (Laramie, WY) 78-70 Hawai’i (Honolulu, HI)

West Coast Conference NCAA Appearances School Appearances Gonzaga 13 Loyola Marymount 4 Pepperdine 13 Portland 2 Saint Mary’s 6 San Diego 4 San Francisco 16 Santa Clara 11

Last 2010 1990 2002 1996 2010 2008 1998 1996

Record 15-13 5-4 6-13 0-2 3-6 1-4 21-14 11-13

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All-Time Tournament Results 1959-60 1960-61 1962-63 1963-64 1964-65 1966-67 1967-68 1974-75 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10

City of Roses (Portland, OR)............................1-1 (3rd) Idaho State Invitational (Pocatello, ID)............ 2-0 (1st) City of Roses (Portland, OR)........................... 1-1 (2nd) Eastern Montana Tournament (Billings, MT).... 2-0 (1st) Anaconda Tournament (Anaconda, MT)........ 1-1 (2nd) Knights of Columbus (Portland, OR).............. 1-1 (2nd) Knights of Columbus (Portland, OR).............. 1-1 (2nd) Lilac City (Spokane, WA)................................... 2-0 (1st) Lilac City (Spokane, WA)................................... 2-0 (1st) Lobo Invitational (Albuquerque, NM)..............0-2 (4th) USF Tournament (San Francisco, CA)..............1-1 (3rd) Long Beach Invitational (Long Beach, CA).....0-2 (4th) Las Vegas Classic (Las Vegas, NV)..................0-2 (4th) PSU Holiday Classic (Portland, OR)................. 2-0 (1st) Championship International (Missoula, MT).... 2-0 (1st) KOA Classic (Billings, MT).................................1-1 (3rd) WolfPack Classic (Reno, NV).............................0-2 (4th) Far West Classic (Portland, OR).......................2-1 (4th) Milwaukee Classic (Milwaukee, WI)................ 2-0 (1st) Manufacturer’s Hanover (New Rochelle, NY).1-1 (2nd) Inland Empire Classic (Spokane, WA)............1-1 (3rd) Inland Empire Classic (Spokane, WA)............1-1 (3rd) Heritage Classic (Des Moines, IA)...................1-1 (3rd) Inland Empire Classic (Spokane, WA)........... 1-1 (2nd) Cowboy Shootout (Casper, WY).....................1-1 (3rd) First Bank Classic (Milwaukee, WI).................1-1 (3rd) Cowboy Shootout (Casper, WY).....................1-1 (3rd) KYLT Classic (Missoula, MT)..............................1-1 (3rd) Shootout Spokane (Spokane, WA).................. 2-0 (1st) Coors Light Classic (Fresno, CA)..................... 1-1 (2nd) Shootout Spokane (Spokane, WA).................. 2-0 (1st) UAB Classic (Birmingham, AL)..........................1-1 (3rd) Shootout Spokane (Spokane, WA).................. 2-0 (1st) Fry’s Invitational (Stanford, CA)......................1-1 (3rd) Canisius College Classic (Buffalo, NY)............0-2 (4th) Shootout Spokane (Spokane, WA).................. 2-0 (1st) Shootout Spokane (Spokane, WA).................. 2-0 (1st) Cessna Classic (Wichita, KS)............................1-1 (3rd) U.S. West Cellular Airtime (Seattle, WA)..... 1-1 (2nd) Bank One-Foothill Dodge Classic (Fort Collins, CO)...1-1 (2nd) Albertsons Holiday Classic (Boise, ID)........... 1-1 (2nd) Top of the World Classic (Fairbanks, AK)...... 3-0 (1st) Coca-Cola Spartan Classic (East Lansing, MI)....1-1 (2nd) Hawkeye Classic (Iowa City, IA)......................1-1 (3rd) Outrigger Rainbow Classic (Honolulu, HI).......1-2 (4th) Great Alaska Shootout (Anchorage, AK)..... 2-1 (2nd) EA Sports Maui Invitational (Maui, HI)............1-2 (4th) BB&T Classic (Washington, D.C.)...................... 2-0 (1st) EA Sports Maui Invitational (Maui, HI).......... 2-1 (2nd) NIT Tip-Off Classic (New York, NY).............. 4-1 (2nd) Great Alaska Shootout (Anchorage, AK)......2-1 (3rd) Old Spice Classic (Lake Buena Vista, FL)....... 3-0 (1st) EA Sports Maui Invitational (Maui, HI)............ 3-0 (1st)

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Tournament Results NCAA TOURNAMENT 1995: West Region (#14 seed) (at Salt Lake City, UT) #3 Maryland 87, Gonzaga 63 1999: West Region (#10 seed) (at Seattle, WA) Gonzaga 75, #7 Minnesota 63 Gonzaga 82, #2 Stanford 74 West Regional (at Phoenix, AZ) Gonzaga 73, #6 Florida 72 #1 Connecticut 67, Gonzaga 62 2000: West Region (#10 seed) (at Tucson, AZ) Gonzaga 77, #7 Louisville 66 Gonzaga 82, #2 St. John’s 76 West Regional (at Albuquerque, NM) #6 Purdue 75, Gonzaga 66 2001: South Region (#12 seed) (at Memphis, TN) Gonzaga 86, #5 Virginia 85 Gonzaga 85, #13 Indiana State 68 South Regional (at Atlanta, GA) #1 Michigan State 77, Gonzaga 62

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2002: West Region (#6 seed) (at Albuquerque, NM) #11 Wyoming 73, Gonzaga 66 2003: West Region (#9 seed) (at Salt Lake City, UT) Gonzaga 74, #8 Cincinnati 69 #1 Arizona 96, Gonzaga 95 (2ot) 2004: St. Louis Regional (#2 seed) * (at Seattle, WA) Gonzaga 76, #15 Valparaiso 49 #10 Nevada 91, Gonzaga 72 2005: Albuquerque Regional (#3 seed) (at Tucson, AZ) Gonzaga 74, #14 Winthrop 64 #6 Texas Tech 71, Gonzaga 69 2006: Oakland Regional (#3 seed) (at Salt Lake City, UT) Gonzaga 79, #14 Xavier 75 Gonzaga 90, #6 Indiana 80 Oakland Regional (at Oakland, CA) #2 UCLA 73, Gonzaga 71 2007: San Jose Regional (#10 seed) (at Sacramento, CA) #7 Indiana 70, Gonzaga 57 2008: Midwest Regional (#7 seed) (at Raleigh, NC) #10 Davidson 82, Gonzaga 76

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2009: South Regional (#4 seed) (at Portland, OR) Gonzaga 77, #13 Akron 64 Gonzaga 83, #12 Western Kentucky 81 South Regional (at Memphis, TN) #1 North Carolina 98, Gonzaga 77 2010: West Regional (#8 seed) (at Buffalo, NY) Gonzaga 67, #9 Florida State 60 #1 Syracuse 87, Gonzaga 65

GONZAGA RECORD AT NCAA SITES Site Albuquerque Atlanta Buffalo Memphis Oakland Phoenix Portland Raleigh Sacramento Salt Lake City Seattle Tucson

Record 0-2 0-1 1-1 2-1 0-1 1-1 2-0 0-1 0-1 3-2 3-1 3-1

Last 2002 2001 2010 2009 2006 1999 2009 2008 2007 2006 2004 2005

GONZAGA RECORD AGAINST SEEDS Seed #1 #2 #3 #4 #5 #6 #7 #8

Record 0-5 2-1 0-1 0-0 1-0 2-2 2-1 1-0

Last 2010 2006 1995 ---- 2001 2006 2007 2003

Seed #9 #10 #11 #12 #13 #14 #15 #16

Record 1-0 0-2 0-1 1-0 2-0 2-0 1-0 0-0

Overall NCAA Record: 15-13 (.536)

Last 2010 2008 2002 2009 2009 2006 2004 ----

* Starting with the 2004 NCAA Tournament, Regional sites were designated by host city and not region of the country. In 2002 the NCAA also started to have the top four seeds in each region play the first and second rounds at a site closest to the higher seeded teams location. Teams then advance to their pre-selected regional site for the Sweet Sixteen and Elite Eight.

GONZAGA IN THE NIT 1994:

1st Round (at Palo Alto, CA) Gonzaga 80, Stanford 76 2nd Round (at Manhattan, KS) Kansas State 66, Gonzaga 64

1996: 1st Round (at Pullman, WA) Washington State 92, Gonzaga 73 1998:

1st Round (at Laramie, WY) Gonzaga 69, Wyoming 55 2nd Round (at Honolulu, HI) Hawai’i 78, Gonzaga 70

Overall NIT Record: 2-3 (.400)

The road was a little more difficult this season, but in the end the Bulldogs made their 12th straight trip to the NCAA Tournament. The Bulldogs captured their 10th straight West Coast Conference regular-season title, but Saint Mary’s College upset the Bulldogs in the WCC Tournament title game, leaving Gonzaga at the mercy of the NCAA Selection Committee for a chance to dance again in March. With a resumé that included road wins over the University of Illinois and the University of Memphis; an earlyseason near-miss at No. 2 Michigan State University; the EA Sports Maui Invitational title with victories over the University of Colorado, University of Wisconsin and University of Cincinnati; a win in the Spokane Arena over the University of Oklahoma, and games against eventual national champion Duke University and at home

Final 2010 Associated Press Poll Team 1. Kansas (65) 2. Kentucky 3. Duke 4. Syracuse 5. Ohio St. 6. West Virginia 7. Kansas St. 8. New Mexico 9. Villanova 10. Purdue 11. Butler 12. Temple 13. Michigan St. 14. Georgetown 15. Tennessee 16. Wisconsin 17. BYU 18. Pittsburgh 19. Baylor 20. Maryland 21. Vanderbilt 22. Gonzaga 23. Texas A&M 24. Richmond 25. Xavier

‘10 Record 32-2 32-2 29-5 28-4 27-7 27-6 26-7 29-4 24-7 27-5 28-4 29-5 24-8 23-10 25-8 23-8 29-5 24-8 25-7 23-8 24-8 26-6 23-9 26-8 24-8

against ACC power Wake Forest University, the Bulldogs had a strong case. And the committee agreed. After taking Michigan State to the limit in the Breslin Center before succumbing 75-71, the Bulldogs headed to Maui. Gonzaga came from a 15-point deficit in the opener to down the University of Colorado, then defeated Wisconsin and Cincinnati to claim its first Maui crown. Matt Bouldin and Steven Gray earned Co-MVP accolades. Gonzaga returned home from Maui to defeat Washington State University, lose a tough contest to Wake Forest University when Elias Harris was ejected from the contest early and defeat Augustana College. The Bulldogs won their first Battle in Seattle in three years with a victory over Davidson College in a re-match of a 2008 NCAA First Round matchup. Following a loss to Duke University in Madison Square Garden, the Bulldogs would open WCC play with six straight victories on their way to a 12-2 record and the regular-season title. Gonzaga battled from 14 points down to come back for a victory at Santa Clara University in one of their biggest road comebacks in WCC memory. The Bulldogs defeated Loyola Marymount University 77-62 in the WCC Tournament semifinals, Steven Gray pouring in 18 points, grabbing six rebounds and handing out seven assists despite having two of his fingernails bent backwards which led them to bleed throughout much of the contest. But the title game was not to be the Bulldogs night in Las Vegas as Saint Mary’s took an 81-62 victory. The Bulldogs were without Manny Arop for the WCC title game

and NCAA Tournament as he suffered a broken foot in the WCC semifinal and had surgery upon the team’s return home from the WCC Tournament. Despite not getting the WCC’s automatic berth into the NCAA Tournament, there seemed to be little doubt the Bulldogs would see their name flashed on the screen on Selection Sunday. And it was. Gonzaga was sent across the country to Buffalo, NY, as a No. 8 seed in earning the at-large bid, and were pitted against No. 9 seed Florida State University in the first round. The Bulldogs got 14 second-half points from Bouldin to avoid squandering an 18-point lead in a 67-60 victory. Next up was No. 1 West seed Syracuse University, and the Orangemen connected on 12 3-pointers on their way to an 87-65 victory. After falling behind by 10 in the first half the Bulldogs closed the gap to 32-28, but Syracuse upped the lead to 47-32 by halftime. The season saw Gonzaga nearly sweep the WCC honors as Bouldin was named the Player of the Year, Harris the Newcomer of the Year and Few the Coach of the Year. Few also garnered National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) District 9 Coach of the Year accolades as voted by his peers, and Bouldin and Harris were named to the NABC District 9 first team. Gonzaga’s 27-7 record marked the 13th straight year the Bulldogs reached the 20-win plateau. Few’s team have won 20 games every year he has been at the helm, and the Bulldogs have suffered doubledigit losses under Few just once in 11 seasons.

* The final 2010 rankings with Gonzaga opponents in italics. * GU ranked No. 23 in final ESPN/USA Today Poll. www.gozags.com

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2010 - NCAA Second Round

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2009 - NCAA Sweet Sixteen

post season

It was business as usual for Gonzaga University in 2009 as Bulldog head coach Mark Few took his veteran club on another march into madness with an 11th straight NCAA Tournament appearance. The Bulldogs served notice early this would be a team to be reckoned with when the 9thranked Zags downed Oklahoma State University, the University of Maryland and the 12th-ranked University of Tennessee to claim the Old Spice Classic over Thanksgiving. Gonzaga went into Hoosier country to down Indiana University in Lucas Oil Stadium, the first college basketball game in the new home of the NFL’s Indianapolis Colts. The Bulldogs were 8-1 and ranked tied for seventh in one poll and eighth in the other heading into the Battle in Seattle against secondranked University of Connecticut. In a game with a NCAA Tournament flavor about it, the Huskies tied the game late and then held on in overtime for an 88-83 victory. After stumbling through a stretch at the end of December where the Bulldogs lost three straight and four of five, Gonzaga turned its season around at Tennessee. While the two teams had a happen-chance meeting in the Old Spice Classic, this meeting was one both teams had on the schedule. The Bulldogs went into ThompsonBoling Arena, where the Volunteers had won 37 straight, as the underdog despite the previous

victory in November. The Bulldogs had fallen from the polls, while Tennessee was ranked 15th. The Zags trailed by as many as 15 in the first half at Tennessee, still trailed by seven at the intermission and saw the Vols go up by 12 early in the second half. But Gonzaga found its grit, went on a 17-4 run to take the lead by one and never trailed by more than two the remainder of regulation. But Tennessee tied the contest with 26 seconds to play. In the overtime it was all Gonzaga, scoring the first seven points and going on to an 89-79 win. That victory seemed to re-energize the Bulldogs, who won their next eight games to open West Coast Conference play before the

18th-ranked Zags lost an uninspired contest to 14th ranked University of Memphis in front of a national ESPN College Game Day audience in the Spokane Arena. But it would be the only remaining blemish on the Gonzaga regular season, winning their final seven games heading into the WCC Tournament. Gonzaga posted its third perfect 14-0 conference slate since 2004 and entered the tournament as the team to beat. Nobody would down the Bulldogs, who, as the No. 1 seed, rolled to convincing wins over fourth-seeded Santa Clara University in the semifinals and over second-seeded Saint Mary’s College in the championship game of the WCC Tournament that found a neutral-court home at The Orleans Arena in Las Vegas, Nev. Their ninth WCC Tournament crown sent the Bulldogs packing for their 11th straight NCAA Tournament. Senior Micah Downs sparked the Bulldogs on his way to tournament MVP honors, including 12 points and 12 rebounds in the title game. Once in the tournament the Bulldogs began their mystique. The Bulldogs were awarded a fourth seed in the South Regional, but the first and second rounds sent Gonzaga to nearby Portland, Ore., and the Rose Garden. The Bulldogs began their NCAA march with an opening-round win over University of Akron, then survived a scare from Western Kentucky University. Freshman Demetri Goodson’s lengthof-the-court drive and running bank shot with 0.9 seconds to play gave Gonzaga the 83-81 victory and their fourth Sweet Sixteen berth with Few at the helm and the school’s fifth Sweet Sixteen appearance since 1999. The next assignment for the Bulldogs was a tall order – top seeded University of North Carolina. The game matched the only two active coaches with winning percentages above .800 in Roy Williams of the Tar Heels and the Bulldogs’ Few. The teams met at the FedEx Forum in Memphis, Tenn., Gonzaga having played in Memphis in the 2001 NCAA First and Second Rounds when The Pyramid was the home of the host school.

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But this game would belong to the Tar Heels, ranked as high as second in the polls, over the 10th-ranked Bulldogs. The game exacted a measure of revenge for UNC, which had lost to Gonzaga three years earlier in the semifinals of the NIT Tip-Off Tournament at Madison Square Garden. Five Bulldog seniors capped their careers with another Sweet Sixteen – Jeremy Pargo, Josh Heytvelt, Micah Downs, Ira Brown and Andrew Sorenson. Heytvelt and junior Matt Bouldin were named to the All-WCC team while Pargo and sophomores Steven Gray and Austin Daye were accorded honorable mention honors. Heytvelt and Bouldin also earned National Association of Basketball Coaches All-District 9 first-team honors, while Daye was a second-team choice. Pargo, Heytvelt and Bouldin all joined the Bulldogs 1,000-point club, and Pargo passed Naismith Hall of Famer John Stockton to move into third place on the all-time Gonzaga assists list behind Matt Santangelo and Blake Stepp. In an off-season decision, Daye announced his intentions to enter the NBA Draft and was the 15th pick of the first round by the Detroit Pistons, becoming the fourth Bulldog to be drafted in the first round.

Final 2009 Associated Press Poll Team 1. Louisville (45) 2. North Carolina (11) 3. Memphis (11) 4. Pittsburgh (3) 5. Connecticut (1) 6. Duke 7. Oklahoma 8. Michigan State 9. Missouri 10. Gonzaga 11. Villanova 12. Wake Forest 13. Syracuse 14. Kansas 15. Washington 16. Florida State 17. Purdue 18. UCLA 19. Arizona State 20. Xavier 21. LSU 22. Butler 23. Marquette 24. Clemson 25. Utah

‘09 Record 28-5 28-4 31-3 28-4 27-4 28-6 27-5 26-6 28-6 26-5 26-7 24-6 26-9 25-7 25-8 25-9 25-9 25-8 24-9 25-7 26-7 26-5 24-9 23-8 24-9

* The final 2009 ranking with Gonzaga opponents in italics. * GU was ranked No. 13 in final ESPN/ USA Today Poll

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Freshman Austin Daye was named WCC honorable mention, and he was joined on the WCC All-Freshman team by teammate Steven Gray. And as the mastermind behind it all, Few was accorded his seventh WCC Coach of the Year accolade in his nine years as head coach, the most decorated coach in the history of the WCC. Few is tied for 13th on the NCAA Most Consecutive Division I 20-Win Seasons list with nine. He’s knotted with Rick Barnes, University of Texas, and Stew Morrill, Utah State University, who extended their streaks this season. Lute Olson of the University of Arizona heads the list with 20. Few is tied for sixth on the Current Most

Consecutive Division I 20-Win Seasons list with Barnes and Morrill at nine. Pargo averaged 11.8 ppg overall, but it was the other facets of his game that often times made life rough for the opposition. He paced the conference in assists at 6.23 overall and 6.50 in WCC action, he was eighth overall in steals with 1.47 and fourth in WCC games at 2.07 and posted a 1.91 assist/turnover ration in all games and 2.28 in WCC contests. Bouldin was ninth in the WCC in scoring at 13.1 ppg and in 3-point field goal percentage at 38.3 percent (46-for-120). Pendergraft was seventh overall in field goal percentage (50.3 percent) and a hot 55.4 percent in WCC games. He also hit 52.4 percent of his treys in WCC play, going 22-for-42. Daye paced the WCC in free throw percentage at 89.6 percent (86-for-96) and was 15th in scoring (11.0 ppg). Gray was fourth in WCC play in 3-point field goal percentage, connecting on 21-of-38 for 43.8 percent. The road to the NCAA wasn’t an easy one, however. The Bulldogs played another grueling non-conference schedule that saw the Bulldogs go 2-1 in the Great Alaska Shootout, defeat the University of Connecticut at the Basketball Hall of Fame Challenge in Boston, lose a tough home contest to Washington State University and play the University of Memphis on the road and the University of Tennessee in The Battle in Seattle, two teams that held the No. 1 spot in the country throughout the season. Memphis lost in the NCAA championship game. The combined record of the teams who handed Gonzaga its seven losses in the regular season was 172-58 for a winning percentage of 74.8, and six of the seven teams won 20 or more games. Once the Bulldogs got into WCC action the intensity was even greater. One of the closest WCC regular-season races in history saw the Bulldogs, Saint Mary’s College and the University

aof San Diego in the hunt to the final weekend of the season. The Bulldogs persevered, going 13-1 in league to edge the 12-2 Gaels. USD, under

former Gonzaga assistant and first-year head coach Bill Grier, finished third at 11-3. The WCC Tournament title game came down to the Bulldogs and Gaels – Few against Grier – and the Toreros captured the title and automatic NCAA berth with their home court victory. But the Bulldogs, with their tough non-conference slate, were all but assured an at-large berth and received a No. 7 seed when selection Sunday rolled around. The Zags are tied for sixth for consecutive NCAA Tournament appearances with the University of Texas and University of Wisconsin at 10. Gonzaga was also hit by injuries early. Josh Heytvelt was hampered early in fall camp and had surgery in early November to insert screws into an injured ankle. Gray, the sharpshooting freshman, landed on his wrist during a fall in Gonzaga’s exhibition game and underwent surgery to insert a pin. Both players were sidelined until just prior to Christmas. With a 13-1 home record, the McCarthey Athletic Center built on its reputation as one of the toughest places to play in the country. In their four seasons in the new facility Gonzaga is 52-2. Few also hit a couple of milestones during the season. He picked up his 225th career victory Jan. 19 against San Diego. With 236 victories, Few is third on the all-time Gonzaga victories chart behind Hank Anderson (290-275 in 21 seasons) and Dan Fitzgerald (252-171 in 15 seasons). Few is the active winningest coach in West Coast Conference games at 113-13, moving ahead of Fitzgerald (112-88) on the all-time wins list. He ended the season as the second-ranked active winningest coach in NCAA Division I behind the University of North Carolina’s Roy Williams.

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Take a veteran club, mix in a couple of promising young newcomers and you have the recipe for another trip to the NCAA Tournament. That’s exactly what Gonzaga University head coach Mark Few did in 2008 as Gonzaga made a 10th straight trip into March, the Bulldogs compiling a 25-8 record. It was the 11th straight 20-win season for the Bulldogs – Few has never won less than 20 games as a head coach – and the 14th time in 15 seasons the Bulldogs achieved the milestone. WCC Player of the Year Jeremy Pargo, guard Matt Bouldin and senior blue collar worker David Pendergraft were named to the All-WCC team. It marked the eighth straight season a Bulldog had been named Player of the Year.

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2007 - NCAA First Round The Bulldogs once again burst onto the national scene early in the season, winning the West Regional pod of the NIT Season Tip-off in the Spokane Arena and advancing to the NIT Final Four in Madison Square Garden. The Bulldogs downed second-ranked University of North Carolina and All-America center Tyler Hansbrough in the semifinals before falling to Butler in the title game. An early-December thumping of the University of Texas in the Basketball Hall of Fame Challenge in Phoenix, Ariz., and standout freshman Kevin Durant, who seven months later would be the second pick in the 2007 NBA Draft, had the Bulldogs back in the Top 25. Another tough schedule saw the Bulldogs schedule dotted with nine teams that went on to play in the NCAA Tournament and another in the NIT, and 10 teams were ranked in the Top 25 at some point of the season. Few earned his 200th career victory Jan. 13 at Santa Clara, his 200th win coming in his 247th game to rank him third on the “Fastest To 200 Wins” list in NCAA Division I history. He also ended the season with 211 career victories, ranking him third for 8th-year head coaches behind Everett Case and Roy Williams. Despite all of the early-season success, the road was a little more bumpy than usual for the Bulldogs. When Josh Heytvelt and his 15.5

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Just when the West Coast Conference – and perhaps the rest of the country – thought the pesky Bulldogs of Gonzaga University wouldn’t be toiling in March, look who made a ninth straight trip to the NCAA Tournament in 2007. With 2006 national scoring champion Adam Morrison and inside force J.P. Batista applying their trade in the NBA and overseas, respectively, the Bulldogs seemed ripe for a plucking in 2006. And for the first 31 games of the season, it appeared a return trip to the NCAA Tournament wasn’t quite the slam dunk it had become in recent years.

But the Bulldogs, trailing Santa Clara University by one game for the West Coast Conference regular-season title entering the final weekend of the regular season, won a pair of big games on the road while seeing the Broncos drop their final two games to give Gonzaga its seventh straight regular-season title and send the squad into the WCC Tournament as the No. 1 seed. Once there, the Bulldogs beat the University of San Diego and the Broncos for another trip to March Madness. The ninth straight trip to the NCAA Tournament ranked Gonzaga sixth for the longest active NCAA Tournament streak, and head coach Mark Few is ninth in consecutive appearances with eight since assuming the head job.

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ppg and team-leading 7.7 rpg were suspended Feb. 10 for violation of team rules, the Bulldogs rallied as a team. Seniors Derek Raivio and Sean Mallon were looked to for even more leadership. Sophomore Jeremy Pargo; juniors David Pendergraft and Abdullahi Kuso; sophomore Micah Downs who wasn’t even eligible until second semester after transferring the previous year at mid-season; freshman Matt Bouldin, and seldom-used freshman Will Foster all raised their game and made significant contributions over the final nine regular-season games and two WCC Tournament games to extend the Bulldogs season deep into March once again. Raivio became the 29th member of Gonzaga’s 1,000-point club and set a school and single-season records for free throw percentage while leading the nation in free throw accuracy at 96.1 percent. He set school and WCC records for consecutive free throws made at 44, then later in the season smashed that record by sinking 56 straight. He earned WCC Co-Player of the Year accolades, the seventh straight Bulldog to earn the conference’s top award. He paced the league with his 18.0 ppg. He was also accorded Associated Press All-America honorable mention honors. Other Bulldogs honored were Pargo, a first-team pick; Bouldin, an All-Freshman Team selection, and Mallon, an honorable mention honoree. Gonzaga also extended its nation-leading home winning streak to 50 games – the last 12 in the old Kennel and 38 straight in the 3-year-old McCarthey Athletic Center – before seeing the streak go by the wayside in a loss to SCU. Gonzaga won its Senior Night game to push its record in the McCarthey Athletic Center to 39-1.

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top this” early in the 2006 season, the two hooking up for a 109-106 triple overtime Gonzaga victory in the semifinals of the EA Sports Maui Invitational. Gonzaga head coach Mark Few and MSU counterpart Tom Izzo said it ranked among the best games they had ever been a part of. Perhaps only Frazier and Ali have put on a better heavyweight show. Gonzaga’s loss to UConn in the Maui title game came less than 24 hours later, a 65-62 Huskies victory in a game that wasn’t decided until 1.1 seconds remained when UConn’s Denham Brown hit a turnaround jumper. This one was every bit the classic as the first meeting between the squads, a 67-62 NCAA Tournament Elite Eight victory for UConn in 1999 that helped propel the Bulldogs, even in defeat, into the national limelight they have found themselves in ever since. The road saw the Bulldogs defeat the University of Virginia, Saint Joseph’s University and Stanford University in the McCarthey Athletic Center, the latter in a game that brought day-long national exposure to the program, the university and the city as ESPN’s College Game Day - Reece Davis, Jay Bilas, Andy Katz, Digger Phelps and Dick Vitale - came to town. After going 13-0 in the McCarthey in its first year of existence, the Bulldogs went 15-0 at home in 2006, including a pair of wins in the WCC Tournament as the conference event came to Spokane for the first time in its current format. An overtime victory over the University of San Diego in the semifinals and a 1-point escape against Loyola Marymount University in the title game propelled the Bulldogs to an eighth straight NCAA Tournament ride. Wins over Xavier and Indiana University, one of the benchmark programs in the country, set up a showdown with two of the best programs on the West Coast as second-seed UCLA and No. 3 seed Gonzaga met in the NCAA Sweet Sixteen in Oakland, Calif. The Bulldogs dominated the contest until the final 3:26. The Bulldogs led 71-62 at that point, but the Bruins scored the final 11 points to shock the Bulldogs, a sellout Oakland Arena crowd and a national television audience with a 73-71 victory.

Morrison reeled in several national accolades - consensus first-team Associated Press All-America honors, John R. Wooden Award Top-5 All-America recognition and the Chevrolet/CBS Player of the Year. Morrison shared the Oscar Robertson Player of the Year Trophy as presented by the U.S. Basketball Writers Association and was named Co-Players of the Year as selected by the National Association of Basketball Coaches Association. Morrison announced he would forego his senior year of college and enter the NBA Draft, where the Charlotte Bobcats selected him third, the highest Bulldog ever drafted and the third first-round pick in Gonzaga history - John Stockton by the Utah Jazz in 1984 and Dan Dickau by the Sacramento Kings in 2002 the others. Batista was accorded All-WCC first team and honorable mention Associated Press All-America honors and Few earned his sixth straight WCC Coach of the Year honor in guiding the Bulldogs to their 29-4 record, the 29 wins matching the school record set in 2002. The Bulldogs were ranked fifth in the final Associated Press Top 25 poll, Gonzaga’s third Top 10 finish in the last four seasons. And while the season didn’t end the way the Bulldogs or their fans would have liked, it was, indeed, a season to remember.

Final 2006 Associated Press Poll Team 1. Duke (59) 2. Connecticut (11) 3. Villanova (1) 4. Memphis 5. GONZAGA (1) 6. Ohio State 7. Boston College UCLA 9. Texas 10. North Carolina 11. Florida 12. Kansas 13. Illinois 14. George Washington 15. Iowa 16. Pittsburgh 17. Washington 18. Tennessee 19. LSU 20. Nevada 21. Syracuse 22. West Virginia 23. Georgetown 24. Oklahoma 25. UAB

‘06 Record 30-3 27-3 25-5 30-3 27-3 25-5 26-7 27-6 27-6 22-7 27-6 25-7 25-6 26-2 25-8 24-7 24-6 21-7 23-8 27-5 23-11 20-10 21-9 20-8 24-6

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A national icon, a two-man race for the NCAA scoring title, several player of the year awards and a season to remember highlighted the 2006 Gonzaga University men’s basketball season. Adam Morrison and his Duke University counterpart J.J. Redick captured the hearts and imagination of a nation as they waged a twoman battle for the national scoring title. Their rivalry, made all the more public because of their love of an online game they often played against each other, was reminiscent of the 1979 battle between Magic and Bird - Magic Johnson of Michigan State University and Larry Bird of littleheralded Indiana State University. Morrison and Redick put a charge back into the NCAA regular season, as sports shows chronicled their chase of the national scoring title which was separated by three time zones. If Redick scored 30 in the afternoon on the East Coast, Morrison would score 31 in his prime-time West Coast appearance. And so it went. Morrison tried to shun the individual accolades and the Larry Bird comparisons as he and center J.P. Batista were almost a two-man Army leading Gonzaga to a 29-4 overall record, a second 14-0 West Coast Conference campaign in the last three years, a WCC Tournament title in front of the home fans in the McCarthey Athletic Center and an eighth straight trip to the NCAA Tournament. While Morrison was throwing daggers into opponents from long range - his buzzer-beater 3-point fade-away 20-foot bank shot against then third-ranked Oklahoma State University at the Battle in Seattle at KeyArena perhaps the most memorable, Batista kept opposing defenses honest down low with his deadly hook shot and deceivingly accurate jumper while averaging 19.1 ppg and 9.4 rpg. The Bulldogs went 29-4 overall, all four setbacks to teams that carried a No. 5 seed or higher into the NCAA Tournament - University of Connecticut, University of Memphis, University of Washington and UCLA, the latter in the NCAA Sweet Sixteen. Along the way Gonzaga and Michigan State University set the bar high for a “can you

* The final 2006 rankings with Gonzaga opponents in italics. * Gonzaga was ranked No. 10 in the final ESPN/USA Today poll.

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2005 - NCAA Second Round

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In a year many thought Gonzaga would struggle, Mark Few showed the nation why his program is indeed among the nation’s elite as the Bulldogs marched into their seventh straight NCAA Tournament with only one senior starter on the roster. Along the way Gonzaga knocked off several of the top teams in the country as they finished the season with a No. 10 ranking in the Associated Press poll, the third time in the last four years they have cracked the Top 10. Gonzaga opened its new McCarthey Athletic Center in style as the Bulldogs posted a 13-0 home mark to end the season with the nation’s longest home court winning streak. Included in that 13 wins was the Bulldogs seventh straight win over the University of Washington as the 14th-ranked Huskies were handed their first loss of the 2005 season by Gonzaga.

player with 25 points per game in the NCAA Tournament. In addition to team success Gonzaga also had numerous individual honors with Ronny Turiaf becoming the fifth straight GU player to win the WCC Player of the Year award. Turiaf also joined Morrison in earning honorable mention Associated Press honors marking the second straight year two players earned All-America recognition. Mark Few was named the WCC Coach of the Year for the fifth consecutive year. Gonzaga rounded out the clean sweep of the WCC awards with J.P. Batista earning Newcomer of the Year honors while Erroll Knight was named the Defender of the Year.

Washington was not the only ranked team to fall victim to the Bulldogs bite as Gonzaga also conquered a pair of No. 3 teams in the span of 10 days. GU opened the run with a win over Georgia Tech at the Las Vegas Showdown and ended it with a win over Oklahoma State University at the Touchstone Energy All-College Classic. That tough non-conference slate combined with the No. 7 RPI of the West Coast Conference landed the Bulldogs a No. 3 seed in the NCAA Tournament, the second straight year GU had landed a top-level seed. Gonzaga’s youthful run finally came to an end during the second round of the NCAA Tournament when they fell 71-69 to No. 24 Texas Tech University led by hall of fame coach Bob Knight. Despite the loss sophomore Adam Morrison burst on the scene as the next great Bulldog

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Final 2005 Associated Press Poll ITeam 1. Illinois (72) 2. North Carolina 3. Duke 4. Louisville 5. Wake Forest 6. Oklahoma State 7. Kentucky 8. Washington 9. Arizona 10. GONZAGA 11. Syracuse 12. Kansas 13. Connecticut 14. Boston College 15. Michigan State 16. Florida 17. Oklahoma 18. Utah 19. Villanova 20. Wisconsin 21. Alabama 22. Pacific 23. Cincinnati 24. Texas Tech 25. Georgia Tech

‘05 Record 37-2 33-4 27-6 33-5 27-6 26-7 28-6 29-6 30-7 26-5 27-7 23-7 23-8 25-5 26-7 24-8 25-8 29-6 24-8 25-9 24-8 27-4 25-8 22-11 20-12

* The final 2005 rankings with Gonzaga opponents in italics. * Gonzaga was ranked No. 18 in the final ESPN/USA Today poll.

2004 - NCAA Second Round Gonzaga once again perched itself near the top of the collegiate basketball world running off a 28-3 record for the season and climbing as high as No. 2 in the national rankings. Along the way Gonzaga set a school record with 20 straight wins while earning first-place votes in both the Associated Press and USA Today/ESPN Coaches polls.

defense behind Connecticut and the University of Louisville. In addition to team success Gonzaga also had numerous individual honors with Blake Stepp earning his second WCC Player of the Year award. Stepp was also a second team Associated Press All-American and a second team John R. Wooden All-American. Joining Stepp on the All-American stage was junior forward Ronny Turiaf with honorable mention AP honors. That marked the first time in school history two players earned All-America recognition. Cory Violette ended his career with his third straight All-WCC first-team appearance while head coach Mark Few was named the WCC Coach of the Year for the fourth consecutive year.

Final 2004 Associated Press Poll

Ranked as high as No. 10 in the preseason polls, Gonzaga dropped its opening game of the season against Saint Joseph’s University in the Coaches vs. Cancer Classic in Madison Square Garden. Gonzaga faltered in the polls but never dropped out marking the first time in school history the school has been ranked for an entire season. After a midDecember loss to Stanford University, Gonzaga ran off 20 straight wins to finish the regular-season ranked No. 2 in the USA Today/ESPN Coaches poll and No. 3 in the Associated Press poll. GU would end the season ranked No. 12 by the coaches poll after a second-round loss to the University of Nevada in the NCAA Tournament.

Along the way Gonzaga posted its first undefeated campaign in the West Coast Conference going 14-0. The Bulldogs dominated WCC opponents winning games by an average of 19.1 points-per-game. Their 15.6 points-per-game scoring margin ranked first in the nation ahead of Saint Joseph’s University, the University of Connecticut, Duke University and Oklahoma State University. Gonzaga also posted impressive numbers in several other categories ranking second nationally in field goal percentage behind Oklahoma State; second nationally in rebound margin behind Connecticut, and third nationally in field goal percentage

1. Stanford (55) 2. Kentucky (9) 3. GONZAGA (2) 4. Oklahoma State (4) 5. Saint Joseph’s (1) 6. Duke 7. Connecticut (1) 8. Mississippi State 9. Pittsburgh 10. Wisconsin 11. Cincinnati 12. Texas 13. Illinois 14. Georgia Tech 15. North Carolina State 16. Kansas 17. Wake Forest 18. North Carolina 19. Maryland 20. Syracuse 21. Providence 22. Arizona 23. Southern Illinois 24. Memphis 25. Boston College Utah State

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30-2 27-5 28-3 31-4 30-2 31-6 33-6 26-4 31-5 25-7 25-7 25-8 26-7 28-10 21-10 24-9 21-10 19-11 20-12 23-8 20-9 20-10 25-5 22-8 24-10 25-4

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* The final 2004 rankings with Gonzaga opponents in italics. * Gonzaga was ranked No. 12 in the final ESPN/USA Today poll.

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2003 - NCAA Second Round

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In a season most likely to be remembered for the Bulldogs titanic battle with Arizona in the NCAA Tournament, 2003 also proved to be a season of many firsts for Gonzaga. The season started for the Bulldogs with a first-ever trip to the Maui Invitational as the Bulldogs finished fourth in the prestigious event after games against storied programs like Utah, Indiana and Kentucky.

Gonzaga breezed through the WCC schedule with a 12-2 record earning the No. 1 seed in the WCC Tournament in San Diego. Mixed in the middle of the WCC schedule was the Bulldogs home appearance against Tulsa in the inaugural ESPN Bracket Buster Saturday. The win helped the Bulldogs secure a fifth straight NCAA tournament spot after falling in the WCC Tournament Championship. The at-large selection was the first for Gonzaga and made the Bulldogs the first WCC team to make five consecutive NCAA Tournament appearances. The year’s most memorable game was the epic NCAA tourna-

From that point Gonzaga appeared in the Peach Bowl Classic against Georgia, the Jimmy V Classic against North Carolina State and the Pete Newell Challenge against Stanford. It was the first appearance in the Peach Bowl or Jimmy V Classics and the first meeting between the Bulldogs and two of the top programs from the SEC and ACC. The Bulldogs carried a 29game home winning streak into the midway point of the season prior to having it snapped on New Year’s Eve by Saint Joseph’s, a 79-78 Hawks win in overtime. The home winning streak was the nation’s third longest at the time.

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ment second-round double-overtime game between Arizona and Gonzaga. The game provided heart-stopping moments for fans of both teams. Gonzaga needed a rebound basket by Tony Skinner to tie the game in regulation and Luke Walton’s runner in the lane evened the score with 4.1 seconds left in the first overtime. Only a miss by Blake Stepp at the buzzer of the second overtime allowed the Wildcats to escape. After the game, Arizona’s All-American point guard Jason Gardner observed, “that was definitely an ESPN Classic.” A sentiment held by Bulldogs fans everywhere as Gonzaga capped a season of firsts in grand fashion.

NCAA Consecutive Tournament Appearances (Active Streaks) Number & School Kansas Duke Michigan State GONZAGA Wisconsin Texas

(Year Started) 21 (1990) 15 (1996) 13 (1998) 12 (1999) 12 (1999) 12 (1999)

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Year Blake Stepp. The one constant the Bulldogs did have was in the return of do-everything point guard Dan Dickau. Dickau established himself as the best collegiate player in the history of the Bulldogs, earning first-team All-America honors and becoming a finalist for the John R. Wooden and James Naismith Player of the Year Awards. Dickau helped guide Gonzaga to a school record 29 wins and a No. 6 national ranking in both the Associated Press and USA Today/ ESPN Coaches polls. The climb to the elite of the national rankings did not come without some bumps in the road including a season-opening loss at No. 2 Illinois and a Great Alaska Shootout championship loss to Marquette. Following a 3-2 start, Gonzaga won 26 of its next 27 games with exciting wins over No. 16 Fresno State at the Loud Records Fab Four Classic, a Dickau buzzer beater at Saint Joseph’s and an overtime win at New Mexico on ESPN’s Big Monday at The Pit. Gonzaga entered the rankings prior to a December meeting

‘02 Record 31-4 33-3 31-4 30-4 31-4 29-4 24-10 27-8 29-6 27-7 26-9 26-7 26-9 24-8 22-9 22-10 27-8 22-10 28-4 23-9 24-8 26-6 22-10 20-10 27-6

* The final 2002 rankings with Gonzaga opponents in italics. * Gonzaga was ranked No. 16 in the final ESPN/USA Today poll.

with Washington and remained in the rankings for the next 13 weeks. The Bulldogs cracked the Top 10 in February and remained there for the remainder of the regular-season, including the Bulldogs run to a fourth straight West Coast Conference Tournament Championship. For his individual efforts Dickau was named the WCC Player of the Year and WCC Tournament MVP. Head coach Mark Few was named the WCC Coach of the Year for the second consecutive year. Few also etched his name in the NCAA record book as he became the career leader in coaching wins to start a career with 81 wins in his first three seasons.

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Proving themselves to the nation as a program that has arrived on the national scene seemed to be the rallying point for the Bulldogs as Gonzaga University completed its most successful regular-season in school history, breaking several team and NCAA records along the way. The Bulldogs opened the season as a team in transition with the departure of All-American Casey Calvary and a nagging injury that hampered the early season progress of returning WCC Freshman of the

Team 1. Duke (58) 2. Kansas (10) 3. Oklahoma (2) 4. Maryland (1) 5. Cincinnati 6. GONZAGA 7. Arizona 8. Alabama 9. Pittsburgh 10. Connecticut 11. Oregon 12. Marquette 13. Illinois 14. Ohio State 15. Florida 16. Kentucky 17. Mississippi State 18. Southern California 19. Western Kentucky 20. Oklahoma State 21. Miami (FL) 22. Xavier 23. Georgia 24. Stanford 25. Hawai’i

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2001 - NCAA Sweet Sixteen • Battle cross-state rival Washington in the Key Arena in Seattle, topping the Huskies 76-66 for their second straight victory over the Huskies.

For the second straight season and as if to erase all doubt of 1999 being a fluke - Gonzaga University once again made another run at March Madness in 2000. The Bulldogs played one of the toughest schedules in the country. In one 10-day stretch in December all the Bulldogs did was…

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• Take on top-ranked Cincinnati and Player of the Year Kenyon Martin at the Rock ‘n Roll Shootout in Cleveland • Meet 8th-ranked Temple University at the Great 8 Classic in the United Center in Chicago • Face UCLA in Pauley Pavilion, holding the Bruins to 43 points in a 59-43 victory, the fewest points ever scored by the Bruins in Pauley Pavilion history

Injuries and illness - something the Bulldogs had avoided in their miracle run of 1999 - hampered the Bulldogs during the regular season. But the Bulldogs got healthy in time to win the West Coast Conference Tournament, despite losing WCC Defender of the Year Mike Nilson to an achilles injury in the first round. The Bulldogs rode the emotions of losing Nilson to the WCC Tournament title and a return trip to the Big Dance. As they had the previous season, Gonzaga played giant killer in the early rounds. First it was Louisville and legendary coach Denny Crum who fell in the desert of Tucson, Ariz. Two days later it was St. John’s being bitten by the Bulldogs, and the Zags had another date in the Sweet 16. It was off to The Pit at New Mexico to face Purdue, a team the Bulldogs had played the previous season in the pre-season NIT. As was the case then, the Boilermakers prevailed again as the curtain fell on the Bulldogs and March Madness.

But with a 26-9 record and No. 24 final ranking, Gonzaga had again validated itself among basketball’s elite.

Final 2001 ESPN/USA TODAY Poll Team 1. Duke 2. Arizona 3. Michigan State 4. Maryland 5. Stanford 6. Illinois 7. Kansas 8. Kentucky 9. Mississippi 10. North Carolina 11. Boston College 12. UCLA 13. Florida 14. USC 15. Iowa State 16. Temple 17. Georgetown 18. Syracuse 19. Oklahoma 20. GONZAGA 21. Virginia 22. Cincinnati 23. Notre Dame 24. St. Joseph’s 25. Penn State

‘01 Record 33-4 27-7 28-4 25-10 31-3 27-8 26-7 24-10 27-8 26-7 27-5 23-9 24-7 24-10 25-6 24-13 25-8 25-9 26-7 26-7 20-9 25-10 20-10 26-7 21-12

* The final 2001 rankings with Gonzaga opponents in italics.

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in the game as the Gators defeated Gonzaga in the Orange Bowl Classic. As the conference season rolled around so did the Zags offense as a healthy Dickau helped pace Gonzaga to its best West Coast Conference record in school history. Gonzaga raced to a 12-0 WCC mark, winning the conference crown against Pepperdine in The Kennel. Only Santa Clara was able to knock GU from the ranks of the conference unbeaten, the Broncos winning despite a school-record nine 3-pointers by Dickau. Gonzaga breezed through the opening two rounds of the WCC Tournament before knocking off Santa Clara for the Zags third straight WCC Tournament Championship. A No. 12 seed awaited the Zags, and Calvary again etched his name in Gonzaga history as his putback basket knocked off Virginia. The Zags easily downed Indiana State before falling to No. 1 seed Michigan State in the round of 16. Gonzaga reached the 25-win plateau for the third consecutive year, finishing 26-7 and a No. 20 final ranking. Along the way Gonzaga became the first school to sweep the WCC post-season awards as Calvary was named the WCC Player of the Year, Mark Spink the Defensive Player of the Year, Blake

Stepp the Freshman of the Year and Mark Few the Coach of the Year. Dickau won WCC Tournament MVP honors and Calvary was named to both the AP and John R. Wooden All-America teams.

Final 2000 ESPN/USA TODAY Poll Team 1. Michigan State 2. Florida 3. Iowa State 4. Duke 5. Stanford 6. Oklahoma State 7. Cincinnati 8. Arizona 9. Tulsa 10. Temple 11. North Carolina 12. Syracuse 13. LSU 14. Tennessee 15. Purdue 16. Wisconsin 17. Ohio State 18. St. John’s 19. Oklahoma 20. Miami (Fla.) 21. Texas 22. Kentucky 23. UCLA 24. GONZAGA 25. Maryland

‘00 Record 32-7 29-8 32-5 29-5 27-4 27-7 29-4 27-7 32-5 27-6 22-14 26-6 28-6 26-7 24-10 22-14 23-7 25-8 27-7 23-11 24-9 23-10 21-12 26-9 25-10

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Gonzaga University continued to put its stamp on the college basketball world as the Zags advanced to their third consecutive Sweet 16. Only 2000 national champion Michigan State and 2001 national champion Duke have also put together three current consecutive runs into the second weekend of NCAA Tournament action.After losing five seniors to graduation, Gonzaga did not seem to miss a beat as the Zags ran off three straight season-opening victories and took No. 5 University of Arizona down to the wire at McKale Center. The Zags trailed the Wildcats by three points with a minute left in regulation before AllAmerican Casey Calvary fouled out. Gonzaga not only lost the game but also lost the services of point guard Dan Dickau to a broken finger. The Zags struggled with Dickau sidelined, going 5-4 without their floor leader in the lineup. One of the loses was a re-match of the 1999 Sweet Sixteen game between Gonzaga and Florida. Florida, ranked 8th in the nation, got the upper hand

* The final 2000 rankings with Gonzaga opponents in italics.

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1999 - NCAA Elite Eight

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Nobody knows the definition of March Madness any better than Gonzaga University. For two weeks in March 1999, the Bulldogs became the darlings of a nation. They captured the hearts and applause of almost every “free agent” fan whose team had not entered the original field of 64 or who had seen their team eliminated along the way to the Elite Eight. But while the clock struck midnight in a 67-62 setback to eventual NCAA champion University of Connecticut in the West Regional Finals in Phoenix, Ariz., the Bulldogs had nonetheless established themselves as one of the elite programs in the country. The wild ride began when the Bulldogs marched through the West Coast Conference regular season with a 12-2 mark, then raced through the WCC Tournament that included a 91-66 win over host Santa Clara

University in the championship game for the trip to the NCAA Tournament. But the Bulldogs weren’t done. They stopped the University of Minnesota in the first round of the NCAA Tournament in Seattle, then posted one of the biggest earlyround upsets in the tournament with a win over Stanford University in the second round. The Cardinal had been a 1998 Final Four participant. With the nation now sitting up and taking notice of the Bulldogs, Casey Calvary tipped in the winning basket in the waning seconds for a Sweet Sixteen victory over the University of Florida in the NCAA West Regional in Phoenix. That put the Bulldogs one win away from the Final Four. With a Final Four berth on the line in a battle of Bulldogs, it was the East Coast version that came out on top as UConn prevailed despite a gritty performance by the Bulldogs of Gonzaga who had become a household favorite from coast to coast. The Bulldogs finished with a school-record 28-7 record and a No. 12 final ranking, but more importantly earned the national respect of being among basketball’s elite.

Final 1999 ESPN/USA TODAY Poll Team 1. Connecticut 2. Duke 3. Michigan State 4. Ohio State 5. Kentucky St. John’s 7. Auburn 8. Maryland 9. Stanford 10. Utah 11. Cincinnati 12. GONZAGA Miami (Fla.) 14. Temple 15. Iowa 16. Arizona 17. Florida 18. North Carolina 19. Oklahoma 20. Miami (Ohio) 21. UCLA 22. Purdue 23. Kansas 24. SW Missouri State 25. Arkansas

‘99 Record 34-2 37-2 33-5 27-9 28-9 28-9 29-4 28-6 26-7 28-5 27-6 28-7 23-7 24-11 20-10 22-7 22-9 24-10 22-11 24-8 22-9 21-13 23-10 22-11 23-11

* The final 1999 rankings with Gonzaga opponents in italics.

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1998 - Nit Second Round Conference play, a team that had been tested in the most intimidating of arenas. The Bulldogs raced to a 4-0 WCC start, then dropped both ends of a road trip to Saint Mary’s College and the University of San Diego. With Bakari Hendrix turning into one of the most dominating seasons in WCC history, the Bulldogs would lose just twice more on their way to a 10-4 record and regular-season WCC crown. Hendrix was named the WCC Player of the Year with his 19.6 ppg and 7.3 rpg, joining John Stockton and Jeff Brown as Bulldogs so honored. Matt Santangelo was selected to the All-WCC squad, and Richie Frahm received honorable mention accolades. Monson was the unanimous choice by his peers for WCC Coach of the Year, and Basketball Times named him the Rookie Coach of the Year. In the WCC Tournament, Gonzaga got a buzzer-beater from Santangelo to defeat Loyola Marymount

University 79-78 in overtime in the first round, the cruised past San Diego 7459. Gonzaga, making its fourth WCC Tournament championship game appearance in the ‘90’s, fell to the University of San Francisco 80-67. With a 23-9 record and a WCC regular season title under their belt, the Bulldogs believed their chances were good for an at-large berth to the NCAA Tournament. But the selection committee thought otherwise, and the Bulldogs were off to the National Invitational Tournament for the third time since 1994. In the first round Quentin Hall came off the bench to spark a rally by scoring all 17 of his points in the final 11:39 and the Bulldogs had a 69-55 victory over Wyoming. It was off to the University of Hawai’i for round two, the Bulldogs seeing their season end with a 78-70 setback, their 24-10 record setting a school mark for wins.

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Dan Monson’s first team as head coach of Gonzaga University will be a memorable one, the Bulldogs standing the basketball world on its ear early and continuing right through to a second-round game in the NIT. The Bulldogs weren’t figured to have much chance at the Top of the World Classic in Fairbanks, AK, with such teams as Tulsa, Mississippi State, and 5th ranked Clemson included in the 8-team field. A first night blowout of Tulsa 78-40 got the attention of the some. A 70-68 squeaker over Mississippi State in a battle of Bulldogs gained Gonzaga a little more attention. But nobody expected them to manhandle Clemson 84-71 in the title game. Matt Santangelo was named MVP of the tournament, and the Bulldogs were the darlings of the collegiate basketball world early in the season. But it was a confident team which went 11-4 entering West Coast

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1996 - Nit First Round The 1995-96 campaign gained the Bulldogs’ program added credibility and respect. Gonzaga compiled some impressive facts and figures in a 5-year period. The Bulldogs went 21-9 for their fourth 20win campaign in five years. In doing so Gonzaga ran its overall record in that span to 103-45, the best in the West Coast Conference and one of the best up and down the entire West Coast. Gonzaga also continued its mastery of opponents in The Kennel, pushing its 5-year home record to 63-5 (including 51 of its last 54) for a winning percentage of .926. The ‘96 Bulldogs advanced to the WCC Tournament title game for the second straight year while making its

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Gonzaga capped the 1996 season with its third straight trip to the postseason, landing its second berth in three years in the National Invitational Tournament. The Bulldogs shared the West Coast Conference regular-season title, then advanced to the title game of the WCC Tournament before falling short in their bid for a second straight trip to the NCAA Tournament. Gonzaga was pitted against Washington State University in the NIT first round, a re-match of a season-opening overtime thriller won by the Cougars in the Spokane Arena. Lorenzo Rollins tried to rally the Bulldogs, but his career-high 30 point performance wasn’t enough in a 92-73 WSU victory.

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third appearance during the ‘90s in the championship contest. Point guard Kyle Dixon and center Paul Rogers were selected to the All-WCC team, Rogers fourth in scoring and second in rebounding, Dixon third in assists and fifth in steals in the WCC. Jon Kinloch and Scott Snider were honorable mention selections. Kinloch and Snider were voted to the GTE/College Sports Information Directors of America District VIII All-Academic team. Kinloch sported a 3.67 GPA with a double major in finance and marketing. Snider carried a 3.28 GPA in business management and administration.

1995 - NCAA First Round

The Bulldogs used dramatic, staging comebacks in all three WCC Tournament games. And sharpshooting John Rillie documented his own highlight film with one of the best 3-game performances in the history of the WCC Tournament. Rillie went 27-42 from the field for 64.3%, 20-28 from 3-point range (71.4%) and 22-24 from the free throw line (91.7%) in earning MVP honors. In the NCAA First Round in Salt Lake City, UT, Gonzaga drew the University of Maryland, ranked 10th in the country. In spite of Jason Rubright holding Player of the Year Joe Smith to 9 points for his secondlowest total of the season and a season-low 4 rebounds, the rest of the Maryland arsenal proved too much in an 87-63 victory, ending a 21-9 Bulldog season.

In addition to the first NCAA appearance in school history, Gonzaga also hit a milestone that season as they reached the 1,000 win plateau when Gonzaga defeated Maine in the finals of the Shootout Spokane tournament.

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A rags-to-riches season landed Gonzaga University its first West Coast Conference Tournament title and the Bulldogs’ inaugural berth in the NCAA Tournament after 37 years of NCAA Division I membership. The Bulldogs took a rocky road to the Big Dance. After an 11-1 pre-season record, many observers were second-guessing the so-called experts which picked the defending regular-season WCC champions no higher than sixth in any pre-season poll. But an 0-6 start in WCC play had the Bulldogs in the WCC doghouse. The turnaround was quick, and Gonzaga went on a run which saw it win 7-of-8 games in the stretch run of the WCC regular season, enough to give the Bulldogs a 7-7 record and fourth seed in the WCC Tournament at Santa Clara University.

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It was a season of firsts in 1994 for Gonzaga. The campaign brought Gonzaga its first West Coast Conference regular-season title, the Bulldogs being the team to catch in going wire-to-wire and finishing with a 12-2 WCC record. The Bulldogs also garnered the school’s first post-season bid in its 36-year NCAA Division I history with a bid to the National Invitational Tournament. Gonzaga enjoyed the ride, upsetting Stanford University 80-76 in the first round on the road. The Bulldogs suffered a heartbreak-

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America men’s basketball Academic All-American of the Year and WCC Scholar-Athlete of the Year. Brown led the West Coast Conference in scoring for the second straight season with a 21.1 average, and carried a 3.640 GPA. Head coach Dan Fitzgerald received his second WCC Coach of the Year honor for guiding the Bulldogs to their inaugural WCC regular-season championship in 15 years of conference membership.

NCAA Tournament Games GAME 1 - No. 3 MARYLAND 87, No. 14 GONZAGA 63

GAME 3 - No. 10 GONZAGA 82, No. 2 STANFORD 74

3/16/95 at HUNTSMAN CENTER - SALT LAKE CITY, UT

## Player J. Kinloch J. Rubright p. Rogers K. Dixon J. Rillie K. Williams J. Nemeth D. Cole S. Morgan J. Bond S. Snider Totals

VISITORS: GONZAGA BULLDOGS 21-9 TOT-FG 3-PT REBOUNDS FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA OF DE TOT PF TP 3-6 1-4 1-2 1 1 2 3 8 4-9 1-5 4-4 2 4 6 4 13 5-7 0-0 3-4 1 7 8 3 13 3-9 0-1 0-1 0 1 1 4 6 4-14 3-11 0-0 2 5 7 2 11 0-2 0-0 0-0 1 0 1 0 0 0-1 0-0 1-2 1 0 1 0 1 3-7 1-4 2-2 1 0 1 1 9 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 1 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 1 1 0 0 1-2 0-0 0-1 1 1 2 0 2 23-57 6-25 11-16 10 20 30 18 63

A 1 1 1 4 8 0 0 0 0 0 1 16

Total FG% 3-Pt. FG% F Throw %

1st Half: 0-0 0.0% 1st Half: 0-0 0.0% 1st Half: 0-0 0.0%

Game: 40.4% Game: 24.0% Game: 68.8%

BLK S MIN 0 0 26 0 1 32 4 1 38 0 6 30 0 1 39 0 0 10 0 0 1 0 0 13 0 0 3 0 0 1 0 0 7 4 9 200

HOME TEAM: MARYLAND TERRAPINS 25-7 TOT-FG 3-PT REBOUNDS Player FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA OF DE TOT PF TP E. Hipp 6-10 1-2 2-5 1 4 5 3 15 K. Booth 4-10 0-0 1-2 9 6 15 3 9 J. Smith 4-9 0-1 1-2 2 2 4 4 9 D. Simpkins 7-14 3-6 4-4 1 4 5 2 21 J. Rhodes 5-12 2-5 0-0 2 5 7 1 12 M. Raydo 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 1 0 M. Kovarik 1-1 0-0 0-0 0 1 1 3 2 D. Judd 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 1 1 0 0 S. Jasikevicius 0-1 0-1 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 M. Lucas 2-8 0-0 0-0 2 2 4 1 4 R. Elliott 3-3 0-0 3-4 2 0 2 0 9 W. Bristol 2-3 1-1 1-2 2 2 4 0 6 K. Shultz 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 Team 1 1 Totals 34-72 7-16 12-19 22 27 49 18 87

A 3 2 1 4 4 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0

Total FG% 3-Pt. FG% F Throw %

Game: 47.2% Game: 43.8% Game: 63.2%

1st Half: 0-0 0.0% 1st Half: 0-0 0.0% 1st Half: 0-0 0.0%

2nd Half: 34-72 47.2% 2nd Half: 7-16 43.8% 2nd Half: 12-19 63.2%

TO 2 1 0 4 3 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0

BLK S 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

17 12 0

MIN 28 26 24 32 34 1 11 1 1 21 7 13 1

6 200

1st Half: 0-0 1st Half: 0-0 1st Half: 0-0

TO 2 3 2 1 2 1 1 0 1 0

BLK S 0 1 3 0 1 0 0 2 0 4 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 1

14 13 6

MIN 34 33 26 32 34 10 2 7 14 8

9 200

0.0% 2nd Half: 25-55 45.5% Game: 45.5% 0.0% 2nd Half: 9-21 42.9% Game: 42.9% 0.0% 2nd Half: 16-23 69.6% Game: 69.6%

HOME TEAM: MINNESOTA GOPHERS 17-11 TOT-FG 3-PT REBOUNDS Player FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA OF DE TOT PF TP W. Lewis 3-19 0-5 2-2 0 6 6 4 8 D. Rychart 10-18 0-1 3-4 8 9 17 3 23 J. Przybilla 1-2 0-0 2-2 1 1 2 5 4 M. Ohnstad 5-12 2-4 0-0 0 3 3 3 12 K. Nathaniel 3-10 1-2 1-4 2 4 6 5 8 N. Sinville 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0 1 0 0 T. Simmons 3-8 0-2 0-0 0 2 2 2 6 J. Aune 1-2 0-0 0-1 2 1 3 0 2 Team 3 3 Totals 26-71 3-14 8-13 17 29 46 22 63

A 2 0 2 4 2 1 3 0 6 14

Total FG% 3-Pt. FG% F Throw %

Game: 36.6% Game: 21.4% Game: 61.5%

1st Half: 0-0 0.0% 1st Half: 0-0 0.0% 1st Half: 0-0 0.0%

2nd Half: 26-71 36.6% 2nd Half: 3-14 21.4% 2nd Half: 8-13 61.5%

Officials: John Clougherty, David Dodge, Doug Shows Technical fouls: GONZAGA BULLDOGS-None. MINNESOTA GOPHERS-None. Attendance: 14971 Score by Periods 1st 2nd Total GONZAGA BULLDOGS 45 30 - 75 MINNESOTA GOPHERS 26 37 - 63 NCAA FIRST ROUND

Game: 40.7% Game: 55.0% Game: 71.9%

1st Half: 0-0 0.0% 1st Half: 0-0 0.0% 1st Half: 0-0 0.0%

2nd Half: 24-59 40.7% 2nd Half: 11-20 55.0% 2nd Half: 23-32 71.9%

BLK S 0 1 1 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0

17 12 1

HOME TEAM: STANFORD CARDINAL 26-7 TOT-FG 3-PT REBOUNDS Player FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA OF DE TOT PF TP P. Sauer 3-9 0-1 0-0 0 1 1 3 6 M. Madsen 5-11 0-0 5-7 3 11 14 4 15 T. Young 4-9 0-0 1-2 3 5 8 2 9 K. Weems 5-8 4-5 4-5 0 3 3 3 18 A. Lee 6-18 1-3 11-12 0 3 3 3 24 M. McDonald 1-3 0-0 0-0 0 2 2 4 2 D. Moseley 0-2 0-2 0-0 0 0 0 2 0 M. Seaton 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 2 0 Team 1 1 2 Totals 24-61 5-11 21-26 7 26 33 23 74

A 1 0 1 5 3 3 0 0

Total FG% 3-Pt. FG% F Throw %

Game: 39.3% Game: 45.5% Game: 80.8%

1st Half: 0-0 0.0% 1st Half: 0-0 0.0% 1st Half: 0-0 0.0%

2nd Half: 24-61 39.3% 2nd Half: 5-11 45.5% 2nd Half: 21-26 80.8%

TO 1 2 0 1 2 0 1 1

13 8

5 200

BLK S 0 0 1 0 3 1 0 1 0 3 0 2 0 0 0 0 4

MIN 29 15 23 34 34 13 9 14 12 17

MIN 25 37 25 33 38 20 13 9

7 200

3/18/99 at AMERICA WEST ARENA - PHOENIX, AZ

3/11/99 at KEY ARENA - SEATTLE, WA

Total FG% 3-Pt. FG% F Throw %

Total FG% 3-Pt. FG% F Throw %

TO 1 1 3 1 4 1 0 0 0 1

GAME 4 - No. 10 GONZAGA 73, No. 6 FLORIDA 72

GAME 2 - No. 10 GONZAGA 75, No. 7 MINNESOTA 63

A 1 1 1 1 8 0 0 0 0 2

A 3 1 1 2 6 0 1 0 1 2

Officials: Tim Higgins, John Clougherty, Ted Valentine Technical fouls: GONZAGA BULLDOGS-None. STANFORD CARDINAL-None. Attendance: 15187 Score by Periods 1st 2nd Total GONZAGA BULLDOGS. 34 48 - 82 STANFORD CARDINAL 30 44 - 74 NCAA SECOND ROUND

Officials: Arthur McDonald, Dan Chrisman, Kevin Fehr Technical fouls: GONZAGA BULLDOGS-None. MARYLAND TERRAPINS-None. Attendance: 12369 Score by Periods 1st 2nd Total GONZAGA BULLDOGS 25 38 - 63 MARYLAND TERRAPINS 40 47 - 87 NCAA FIRST ROUND

VISITORS: GONZAGA BULLDOGS 26-6 TOT-FG 3-PT REBOUNDS Player FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA OF DE TOT PF TP R. Frahm 7-13 5-11 7-7 0 4 4 0 26 C. Calvary 3-5 0-1 1-1 2 9 11 3 7 J. Eaton 5-9 0-0 2-4 0 4 4 4 12 Q. Hall 3-8 1-4 3-4 0 4 4 4 10 M. Santangelo 5-12 2-4 2-2 0 4 4 2 14 R. Floyd 2-4 1-1 0-0 0 0 0 1 5 M. Leasure 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 M. Spink 0-2 0-0 1-3 0 0 0 1 1 M. Nilson 0-0 0-0 0-2 0 0 0 1 0 A. Dench 0-2 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 Team 2 4 6 Totals 25-55 9-21 16-23 4 29 33 16 75

VISITORS: GONZAGA BULLDOGS 27-6 TOT-FG 3-PT REBOUNDS Player FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA OF DE TOT PF TP R. Frahm 3-12 1-5 8-9 1 6 7 0 15 C. Calvary 3-5 2-2 2-4 2 4 6 4 10 J. Eaton 3-12 0-0 0-1 1 2 3 5 6 Q. Hall 4-10 3-6 3-4 0 8 8 3 14 M. Santangelo 7-13 3-3 5-6 2 4 6 3 22 R. Floyd 2-2 2-2 0-0 1 1 2 0 6 M. Leasure 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 2 0 M. Spink 1-1 0-0 1-2 1 4 5 4 3 M. Nilson 0-0 0-0 3-4 2 1 3 1 3 A. Dench 1-4 0-2 1-2 2 2 4 0 3 Team 2 1 3 Totals 24-59 11-20 23-32 14 33 47 22 82

TO 2 0 0 5 3 2 1 2

BLK S 2 3 0 2 0 1 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

15 2

MIN 37 35 20 40 30 8 22 8

9 200

VISITORS: GONZAGA BULLDOGS 28-6 TOT-FG 3-PT REBOUNDS FT-FTA OF DE TOT PF TP A 0-0 0 5 5 3 17 4 2-2 2 3 5 3 12 0 1-2 0 4 4 4 5 1 2-6 0 1 1 1 7 4 3-4 0 2 2 2 11 7 0-0 1 1 2 0 3 1 0-0 0 1 1 0 5 0 0-0 2 1 3 1 2 0 0-0 1 1 2 3 3 0 3-4 2 0 2 4 8 1 11-18 8 19 27 21 73 18

Player R. Frahm C. Calvary J. Eaton Q. Hall M. Santangelo R. Floyd M. Leasure M. Spinki M. Nilson A. Dench Totals

FG-FGA 6-10 5-6 2-6 2-5 3-13 1-2 2-3 1-3 1-2 2-5 25-55

Total FG% 3-Pt. FG% F Throw %

1st Half: 0-0 0.0% 1st Half: 0-0 0.0% 1st Half: 0-0 0.0%

FG-FGA 5-8 0-0 0-0 1-3 2-6 1-2 1-1 0-0 1-1 1-1 12-22

1st Half: 0-0 0.0% 1st Half: 0-0 0.0% 1st Half: 0-0 0.0%

BLK S MIN 0 1 30 0 0 25 1 1 22 0 5 33 0 2 35 0 0 12 0 0 10 0 0 6 0 1 11 1 0 16 2 10 200

2nd Half: 25-55 45.5% Game: 45.5% 2nd Half: 12-22 54.5% Game: 54.5% 2nd Half: 11-18 61.1% Game: 61.1%

HOME TEAM: FLORIDA GATORS 22-9 TOT-FG 3-PT REBOUNDS Player FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA OF DE TOT PF TP A B. Wright 4-10 0-0 7-7 2 5 7 4 15 1 M. Parker 1-2 1-2 0-0 2 2 4 1 3 1 G. Stolt 6-10 4-7 0-0 1 0 1 2 16 1 E. Shanno 3-5 0-2 0-0 0 0 0 4 6 7 K.Weaks 3-8 0-3 3-3 1 2 3 2 9 1 T. Dupay 3-11 0-6 1-4 0 1 1 2 7 1 M. Miller 4-7 1-3 1-2 3 8 11 0 10 3 L. Halt 0-3 0-1 0-0 1 0 1 0 0 0 U. Haslem 2-4 0-0 2-4 3 2 5 5 6 0 Team 1 1 Totals 26-60 6-24 14-20 14 20 34 20 72 15 Total FG% 3-Pt. FG% F Throw %

TO 3 0 1 6 3 1 2 0 1 0 17

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2nd Half: 23-57 40.4% 2nd Half: 6-25 24.0% 2nd Half: 11-16 68.8%

TO 5 0 4 4 3 0 0 0 1 0 2 19

3/13/99 at KEY ARENA - SEATTLE, WA

2nd Half: 26-60 43.3% 2nd Half: 6-24 25.0% 2nd Half: 14-20 70.0%

TO 4 1 0 2 4 4 1 1 2

BLK S MIN 0 1 26 1 2 17 2 1 33 0 2 27 0 3 25 0 3 21 0 1 29 0 0 7 0 0 15

19 3

13 200

Game: 43.3% Game: 25.0% Game: 70.0%

Officials: Tom Rucker, Rick Hartzell, Ed Hightower Technical fouls: GONZAGA BULLDOGS-None. FLORIDA GATORS-None. Attendance: 17975 Score by Periods 1st 2nd Total GONZAGA BULLDOGS 35 38 - 73 FLORIDA GATORS 34 38 - 72 NCAA WEST REGIONAL SEMIFINAL

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NCAA Tournament Games GAME 5 - No. 1 CONNECTICUT 67, No. 10 GONZAGA 62

GAME 7 - No. 10 GONZAGA 82, No. 2 ST. JOHN’S 76

3/20/99 at AMERICA WEST ARENA - PHOENIX, AZ VISITORS: GONZAGA BULLDOGS 28-7 3-PT REBOUNDS FG-FGA FT-FTA OF DE TOT PF TP 1-7 2-2 1 1 2 0 7 1-1 0-1 5 3 8 3 9 0-0 3-4 0 4 4 3 11 2-5 4-6 1 7 8 5 18 0-4 0-1 0 0 0 2 2 0-1 4-4 1 0 1 2 4 1-2 4-4 2 1 3 2 7 0-0 0-0 0 1 1 1 0 0-0 0-0 2 2 4 3 0 0-1 0-0 1 1 2 2 4 5-21 17-22 13 20 33 23 62

Player R. Frahm C. Calvary J. Eaton Q. Hall M. Santangelo R. Floyd M. Leasure M. Spink Mike Nilson A. Dench Totals

TOT-FG FG-FGA 2-11 4-7 4-8 6-12 1-9 0-2 1-3 0-1 0-1 2-3 20-57

TOTAL FG% 3-Pt. FG% F Throw %

1st Half: 0-0 0.0% 1st Half: 0-0 0.0% 1st Half: 0-0 0.0%

2nd Half: 20-57 35.1% 2nd Half: 5-21 23.8% 2nd Half: 17-22 77.3%

A 2 1 1 1 2 2 0 0 1 0 10

1st Half: 0-0 0.0% 1st Half: 0-0 0.0% 1st Half: 0-0 0.0%

2nd Half: 24-65 36.9% 2nd Half: 0-9 0.0% 2nd Half: 19-27 70.4%

BLK S 0 1 2 0 3 2 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 5 8

MIN 32 33 25 33 29 11 8 4 15 10 200

Game: 35.1% Game: 23.8% Game: 77.3%

HOME TEAM: CONNECTICUT HUSKIES 32-2 TOT-FG 3-PT REBOUNDS Player FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA OF DE TOT PF TP A K. Freeman 4-14 0-0 5-7 10 5 15 3 13 0 R. Hamilton 9-16 0-2 3-6 0 4 4 2 21 2 J. Vokuhl 3-5 0-0 0-0 3 6 9 4 6 1 R. Moore 3-6 0-0 6-6 0 3 3 2 12 3 K. El-Amin 0-12 0-6 5-6 1 3 4 2 5 4 R. Jones 1-2 0-0 0-0 2 0 2 0 2 0 A. Mouring 0-1 0-1 0-0 0 1 1 1 0 0 E. Mourning 0-1 0-0 0-0 1 1 2 1 0 2 E. Saunders 4-8 0-0 0-2 4 3 7 3 8 0 Totals 24-65 0-9 19-27 21 26 47 18 67 12 TOTAL FG% 3-Pt. FG% F Throw %

TO 2 2 1 3 1 0 1 0 0 1 11

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TO 3 2 0 1 2 0 2 0 1 11

BLK S MIN 1 2 37 0 0 37 1 0 19 0 1 38 0 0 24 0 0 7 0 1 8 0 1 7 0 0 23 2 5 200

Game: 36.9% Game: 0.0% Game: 70.4%

VISITORS: GONZAGA BULLDOGS 26-8 TOT-FG 3-PT REBOUNDS Player FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA OF DE TOT PF TP A A. Dench 7-15 1-2 2-3 3 4 7 2 17 4 C. Calvary 4-7 0-1 5-6 2 4 6 4 13 0 M. Santangelo 8-14 6-10 4-6 0 4 4 3 26 5 R. Floyd 1-5 1-5 0-0 0 3 3 1 3 3 R. Frahm 2-7 1-4 5-6 0 6 6 2 10 2 J. Tricco 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 1 M. Spink 3-6 0-0 1-2 1 3 4 4 7 0 Z. Goude 1-2 0-0 4-6 0 3 3 2 6 0 Team 3 2 5 Totals 26-56 9-22 21-29 9 29 38 18 82 15 TOTAL FG% 3-Pt. FG% F Throw %

1st Half: 0-0 0.0% 1st Half: 0-0 0.0% 1st Half: 0-0 0.0%

TO 0 2 2 1 2 0 2 1

10 0 3 200

2nd Half: 26-56 46.4% Game: 46.4% 2nd Half: 9-22 40.9% Game: 40.9% 2nd Half: 21-29 72.4% Game: 72.4%

HOME TEAM: ST. JOHN’S RED STORM 25-8 TOT-FG 3-PT REBOUNDS Player FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA OF DE TOT PF TP A TO A. Glover 7-7 0-0 4-6 1 5 6 4 18 0 1 L. Postell 5-10 0-2 0-1 6 4 10 4 10 5 0 R. Jessie 3-7 0-0 0-0 2 4 6 4 6 4 1 E. Barkley 7-18 5-14 2-6 0 4 4 4 21 0 2 B. Thornton 3-13 1-8 5-6 0 3 3 2 12 4 4 C. Gray 3-6 0-1 1-2 1 2 3 4 7 5 0 D. Emanuel 1-1 0-0 0-0 0 1 1 2 2 0 0 Team 1 1 Totals 29-62 6-25 12-21 10 24 34 24 76 18 8 TOTAL FG% 3-Pt. FG% F Throw %

1st Half: 0-0 0.0% 1st Half: 0-0 0.0% 1st Half: 0-0 0.0%

BLK S MIN 0 0 32 0 0 24 0 0 40 0 2 33 0 1 40 0 0 3 0 0 17 0 0 11

BLK S MIN 0 2 28 0 0 31 0 1 30 0 1 40 0 3 40 0 1 19 2 0 12 2 8 200

2nd Half: 29-62 46.8% Game: 46.8% 2nd Half: 6-25 24.0% Game: 24.0% 2nd Half: 12-21 57.1% Game: 57.1%

Officials: Andre Patillo, Mike Wood, STeve Gordon Technical fouls: GONZAGA BULLDOGS-None. ST. JOHN’S RED STORM-None. Attendance: 13818 Score by Periods 1st 2nd Total GONZAGA BULLDOGS 33 49 - 82 ST. JOHN’S RED STORM 36 40 - 76 NCAA SECOND ROUND

Officials: Andre Pattillo, Larry Rose, Bobby Hunt Technical fouls: GONZAGA BULLDOGS-None. CONNECTICUT HUSKIES-None. Attendance: 18053 Score by Periods 1st 2nd Total GONZAGA BULLDOGS 32 30 - 62 CONNECTICUT HUSKIES 31 36 - 67 NCAA WEST REGIONAL FINAL

GAME 8 - No. 6 PURDUE 75, No. 10 GONZAGA 66 3/23/00 at THE PIT - ALBUQUERQUE, NM

GAME 6 - No. 10 GONZAGA 77, No. 7 LOUISVILLE 66

post season

3/16/00 at McKALE COURT - TUCSON, AZ

VISITORS: GONZAGA BULLDOGS 25-8 TOT-FG 3-PT REBOUNDS Player FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA OF DE TOT PF TP R. Frahm 9-14 4-8 9-13 0 7 7 2 31 C. Calvary 2-2 0-0 4-4 1 6 7 4 8 A. Dench 5-5 1-1 3-4 3 3 6 1 14 M. Santagelo 5-13 2-5 4-5 0 4 4 2 16 R Floyd 2-5 1-2 0-0 0 3 3 1 5 J. Gebbers 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 K. Williams 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 M. Kincaid 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 J. Tricco 0-0 0-0 0-1 0 0 0 0 0 M. Spink 1-3 0-0 0-0 2 1 3 4 2 Z. Gourde 0-0 0-0 1-2 0 1 1 0 1 Team 4 4 Totals 24-42 8-16 21-29 10 25 35 14 77 TOTAL FG% 3-Pt. FG% F Throw %

1st Half: 0-0 0.0% 1st Half: 0-0 0.0% 1st Half: 0-0 0.0%

1st Half: 0-0 0.0% 1st Half: 0-0 0.0% 1st Half: 0-0 0.0%

TO 4 5 5 6 3 0 0 0 0 0 1

BLK S MIN 1 0 39 2 0 31 0 1 35 0 1 40 0 1 33 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 8 0 0 10

18 24 3 3 200

2nd Half: 24-42 57.1% Game: 57.1% 2nd Half: 8-16 50.0% Game: 50.0% 2nd Half: 21-29 72.4% Game: 72.4%

HOME TEAM: LOUISVILLE CARDINALS 19-12 TOT-FG 3-PT REBOUNDS Player FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA OF DE TOT PF TP T. Williams 3-11 0-7 5-5 1 4 5 3 11 N. Johnson 6-14 0-1 2-2 3 5 8 4 14 D. Edward 2-4 0-0 2-2 2 5 7 5 6 M. Maybin 8-15 1-4 4-4 2 1 3 3 21 R. Gaines 1-9 0-3 5-7 2 1 3 4 7 R. Brooks 2-4 1-1 0-0 0 0 0 0 5 Q. Bailey 1-3 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 1 2 K. Smiley 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 1 0 T. Hopper 1-4 0-1 0-0 1 0 1 1 2 Team 1 1 Totals 24-64 2-17 18-20 12 16 28 22 68 TOTAL FG% 3-Pt. FG% F Throw %

A 3 2 6 3 3 0 0 0 0 0 1

A 2 3 3 2 4 1 2 1 0

TO 1 1 1 5 1 1 0 1 2

BLK S MIN 0 2 31 0 1 32 0 2 23 1 2 32 0 1 35 0 0 15 0 0 14 0 0 1 0 0 17

18 13 1

2nd Half: 24-64 37.5% Game: 37.5% 2nd Half: 2-17 11.8% Game: 11.8% 2nd Half: 18-20 90.0% Game: 90.0%

Officials: Mike Kitts, Jim Haney, John Hughes Technical fouls: GONZAGA BULLDOGS-None. LOUISVILLE CARDINALS-None. Attendance: 13624 Score by Periods 1st 2nd Total GONZAGA BULLDOGS 38 39 - 77 LOUISVILLE CARDINALS 39 27 - 66 NCAA FIRST ROUND

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8 200

VISITORS: GONZAGA BULLDOGS 26-9 TOT-FG 3-PT REBOUNDS Player FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA OF DE TOT PF TP A R. Frahm 5-12 1-6 3-4 1 4 5 3 14 2 C. Calvary 9-12 0-1 2-4 2 4 6 1 20 1 A. Dench 5-9 2-3 2-2 2 1 3 4 14 2 M. Santangelo 4-18 1-7 0-0 1 3 4 4 9 8 R. Floyd 1-3 1-3 0-1 0 3 3 5 3 1 M. Spink 3-6 0-0 0-0 3 2 5 3 6 2 Z. Gourde 0-1 0-0 0-0 2 2 4 2 0 1 Team 2 1 3 Totals 27-61 5-20 7-11 13 20 33 22 66 17 Total FG% 3-Pt. FG% F Throw %

1st Half: 0-0 1st Half: 0-0 1st Half: 0-0

BLK S 0 2 3 1 1 2 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0

MIN 34 33 32 38 28 22 13

10 4 7 200

0.0% 2nd Half: 27-61 44.3% Game: 44.3% 0.0% 2nd Half: 5-20 25.0% Game: 25.0% 0.0% 2nd Half: 7-11 63.6% Game: 63.6%

HOME TEAM: PURDUE BOILERMAKERS 24-9 TOT-FG 3-PT REBOUNDS Player FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA OF DE TOT PF TP A M. Robinson 4-10 0-0 0-0 1 3 4 0 8 3 G. McQuay 5-7 0-0 1-3 5 2 7 3 11 0 B. Cardinal 3-8 0-3 4-6 4 4 8 3 10 5 J. Cornell 5-13 2-7 6-8 3 4 7 4 18 2 C. Cunningham 3-6 2-5 6-8 1 2 3 1 14 3 C. Kerkhof 1-1 1-1 0-0 2 0 2 1 3 2 M. Lewis 2-6 0-3 0-1 1 2 3 0 4 0 K. Lowe 1-1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 2 0 R. Smith 1-3 0-1 3-4 1 5 6 1 5 0 J. Allison 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 3 0 0 Team 2 2 4 Totals 25-56 5-20 20-30 20 24 44 16 75 15 Total FG% 3-Pt. FG% F Throw %

TO 2 1 0 3 1 1 2

1st Half: 0-0 0.0% 1st Half: 0-0 0.0% 1st Half: 0-0 0.0%

TO 0 0 4 1 6 0 0 0 2 0

BLK S MIN 0 0 35 0 1 28 0 1 34 0 0 24 0 0 30 0 1 10 0 1 19 0 0 2 1 0 13 0 0 5

13 1 4 200

2nd Half: 25-56 44.6% Game: 44.6% 2nd Half: 5-20 25.0% Game: 25.0% 2nd Half: 20-30 66.7% Game: 66.7%

Officials: John Clougherty, Edward Corbett, Mike Thibodeaux Technical fouls: GONZAGA BULLDOGS-None. PURDUE BOILERMAKERS-None. Attendance: 16004 Score by Periods 1st 2nd Total GONZAGA BULLDOGS 22 44 - 66 PURDUE BOILERMAKERS 35 40 - 75 NCAA WEST REGIONAL SEMIFINAL

NCAA Tournament Games GAME 9 - No. 12 GONZAGA 86, No. 5 VIRGINIA 85

GAME 11 - No. 3 MICHIGAN STATE 77, No. 12 GONZAGA 62

VISITORS: GONZAGA BULLDOGS TOT-FG 3-PT REBOUNDS Player FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA OF DE TOT PF TP A TO BLK S MIN M. Spink 0-1 0-0 4-4 2 3 5 4 4 1 0 1 1 18 Z. Gourde 6-10 0-0 0-3 2 7 9 4 12 1 2 0 0 27 C. Calvary 7-14 1-2 1-6 7 8 15 2 16 3 5 3 1 29 B. Stepp 2-5 1-4 3-4 0 2 2 1 8 5 3 0 0 34 D, Dickau 9-19 6-9 5-6 0 0 0 2 29 5 1 1 0 39 G. Forbes 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 3 A. Hernandez 5-9 1-1 4-4 2 3 5 3 15 1 3 1 4 29 K. Bankhead 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 A. Reason 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 8 C. Violette 1-1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 4 2 0 0 0 0 7 Team 1 2 3 1 Totals 30-59 9-16 17-27 14 25 39 20 86 17 16 6 6 200 Total FG% 1st Half: 14-28 50.0% 2nd Half: 16-31 51.6% Game: 50.8% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 6-9 66.7% 2nd Half: 3-7 42.9% Game: 56.3% F Throw % 1st Half: 14-18 77.8% 2nd Half: 3-9 33.3% Game: 63.0%

VISITORS: GONZAGA BULLDOGS (26-7) TOT-FG 3-PT REBOUNDS Player FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA OF DE TOT PF TP A TO BLK S MIN M. Spink 4-7 0-0 2-2 1 4 5 2 10 1 1 0 1 24 Z. Gourde 1-2 0-0 2-2 0 2 2 4 4 0 1 0 1 18 C. Calvary 6-15 2-2 3-5 3 8 11 1 17 3 1 2 0 38 B. Stepp 3-11 2-10 0-0 0 3 3 2 8 2 0 0 2 37 D. Dickau 6-17 5-9 2-3 2 2 4 4 19 2 5 0 0 40 G. Forbes 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 A. Hernandez 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 3 0 0 1 0 0 13 J. Tricco 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 K. Bankhead 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 A. Reason 1-3 0-1 0-1 0 0 0 2 2 5 0 0 1 12 C. Violette 1-2 0-0 0-0 1 1 2 2 2 0 1 0 0 8 J. Sherrell 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 Team 1 1 Totals 22-58 9-22 9-13 7 22 29 20 62 13 10 2 5 200 TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 12-27 44.4% 2nd Half: 10-31 32.3% Game: 37.9% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 4-8 50.0% 2nd Half: 5-14 35.7% Game: 40.9% F Throw % 1st Half: 4-6 66.7% 2nd Half: 5-7 71.4% Game: 69.2%

3/16/01 11:25 a.m. at THE PYRAMID - MEMPHIS, TN

3/23/01 7:38 PM at GEORGIA DOME - ATLANTA, GA

HOME TEAM: VIRGINIA CAVALIERS TOT-FG 3-PT REBOUNDS Player FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA OF DE TOT PF TP A TO BLK S MIN A, Hall 3-11 1-3 2-2 2 4 6 1 9 4 0 1 1 28 C. Williams 3-10 0-3 2-3 2 6 8 4 8 2 4 1 0 25 T. Watson 3-7 0-0 0-0 2 5 7 4 6 1 3 0 0 25 D. Hand 5-12 2-5 2-2 0 2 2 4 14 5 1 0 1 32 R. Mason 11-19 5-8 3-3 1 1 2 3 30 4 3 1 0 38 S. Dondon 1-1 0-0 1-1 1 0 1 2 3 0 1 0 0 7 K. Friel 3-7 3-6 0-0 1 2 3 3 9 2 0 0 2 19 M. Young 1-1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 4 J. Mathis 1-1 0-0 2-3 4 1 5 3 4 0 1 2 0 22 Team 1 1 2 Totals 31-69 11-25 12-14 14 22 36 24 85 18 13 5 4 200 Total FG% 1st Half: 16-36 44.4% 2nd Half: 15-33 45.5% Game: 44.9% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 3-11 27.3% 2nd Half: 8-14 57.1% Game: 44.0% F Throw % 1st Half: 7-7 100 % 2nd Half: 5-7 71.4% Game: 85.7% Technical fouls: GONZAGA BULLDOGS-None. VIRGINIA CAVALIERS-None. Attendance: 9223 Score by Periods 1st 2nd Total GONZAGA BULLDOGS 48 38 - 86 VIRGINIA CAVALIERS 42 43 - 85 NCAA First/Second Round...GU’s Calvary rebound of missed drive by Dickau with :04 to play, repeating what he did against Florida in ‘99 Sweet 16...Calvary 11th career double-double, including career-high 15 rebounds.

HOME TEAM: MICHIGAN STATE SPARTANS (27-4) TOT-FG 3-PT REBOUNDS Player FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA OF DE TOT PF TP A TO BLK S MIN J. Richardson 5-13 2-6 0-1 2 5 7 2 12 3 1 2 4 34 A. Anagonye 0-2 0-0 0-0 1 2 3 4 0 0 0 1 0 17 A. Hutson 8-11 0-0 3-4 4 6 10 2 19 3 1 1 1 29 D. Thomas 0-4 0-0 0-0 2 3 5 3 0 3 1 0 0 18 C. Bell 5-12 3-8 8-10 4 6 10 1 21 3 2 1 1 35 M. Taylor 3-9 0-4 0-0 0 0 0 1 6 5 2 0 1 23 M. Chappell 2-3 1-2 0-0 2 4 6 2 5 2 1 0 0 11 J. Andreas 0-1 0-0 0-0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 Z. Randolph 4-8 0-0 2-4 1 4 5 1 10 0 1 1 0 19 A. Ballinger 2-2 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 1 4 0 0 2 0 10 Team 1 1 2 Totals 29-65 6-20 13-19 18 31 49 17 77 19 9 8 7 200 TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 15-37 40.5% 2nd Half: 14-28 50.0% Game: 44.6% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 4-13 30.8% 2nd Half: 2-7 28.6% Game: 30.0% F Throw % 1st Half: 3-5 60.0% 2nd Half: 10-14 71.4% Game: 68.4% Officials: Tom Lopes, Larry Rose, Olandis Poole Technical fouls: GONZAGA BULLDOGS-None. MICHIGAN STATE SPARTANS-None. Attendance: 26873 Score by Periods 1st 2nd Total GONZAGA BULLDOGS 32 30 - 62 MICHIGAN STATE SPARTANS 37 40 - 77

GAME 10 - No. 12 GONZAGA 85, No. 13 INDIANA STATE 68 VISITORS: INDIANA STATE SYCAMORES (22-12) TOT-FG 3-PT REBOUNDS Player FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA OF DE TOT PF TP A TO BLK S MIN D. Kante 0-5 0-0 4-4 3 3 6 4 4 0 2 3 0 28 M. Renn 5-7 1-2 5-6 0 3 3 4 16 4 1 0 3 36 M. Howard 6-11 4-8 0-0 1 0 1 4 16 2 6 0 3 35 M. Menser 5-15 5-14 0-0 1 0 1 1 15 5 1 0 1 38 K. Block 2-7 0-1 1-2 1 0 1 2 5 5 3 0 0 36 M. Berry 3-4 2-3 0-0 1 0 1 0 8 0 2 0 1 9 B. Welsh 0-1 0-1 0-0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 T. Avery 1-5 0-0 2-2 0 4 4 2 4 0 1 1 0 16 Team 2 2 4 Totals 22-55 12-29 12-14 9 12 21 18 68 16 16 4 8 200 Total FG% 1st Half: 13-29 44.8% 2nd Half: 9-26 34.6% Game: 40.0% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 6-14 42.9% 2nd Half: 6-15 40.0% Game: 41.4% F Throw % 1st Half: 5-6 83.3% 2nd Half: 7-8 87.5% Game: 85.7% HOME TEAM: GONZAGA BULLDOGS (26-6) TOT-FG 3-PT REBOUNDS Player FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA OF DE TOT PF TP A M. Spink 0-2 0-0 0-0 2 3 5 4 0 0 C. Calvary 9-13 2-3 4-6 2 2 4 3 24 7 Z. Gourde 7-12 0-1 1-2 0 8 8 2 15 2 B. Stepp 1-4 0-2 0-0 0 1 1 1 2 2 D. Dickau 4-8 0-3 12-12 1 4 5 2 20 5 G. Forbes 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 A. Hernandez 5-7 0-0 2-2 4 4 8 2 12 1 J. Tricco 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 K. Bankhead 2-3 2-2 0-0 0 0 0 0 6 0 A. Reason 1-1 0-0 2-2 1 1 2 1 4 0 C. Violette 1-2 0-0 0-0 1 1 2 0 2 0 J. Sherrell 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 1 0 0 Team 2 2 Totals 30-52 4-11 21-24 13 24 37 16 85 17

TO 1 2 2 4 6 0 0 0 1 1 0 0

BLK S 1 2 1 1 3 1 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

MIN 16 28 35 22 38 1 26 1 19 7 6 1

17 5 8 200

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 13-28 46.4% 2nd Half: 17-24 70.8% Game: 57.7% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 1-7 14.3% 2nd Half: 3-4 75.0% Game: 36.4% F Throw % 1st Half: 5-5 100 % 2nd Half: 16-19 84.2% Game: 87.5% Officials: Ted Valentine, Robert Donato, JOhn Hughes Technical fouls: INDIANA STATE SYCAMORES-None. GONZAGA BULLDOGS-None. Attendance: 10719 Score by Periods 1st 2nd Total INDIANA STATE SYCAMORES 37 31 - 68 GONZAGA BULLDOGS 32 53 - 85 NCAA Second Round...GU advances to Sweet Sixteen for third straight year.

GAME 12 - No. 11 WYOMING 73, No. 6 GONZAGA 66 3/14/02 5:40 p.m. at THE PIT - ALBUQUERQUE, NM

VISITORS: WYOMING COWBOYS 22-8 TOT-FG 3-PT REBOUNDS Player FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA OF DE TOT PF TP A TO BLK S MIN J. Davis 3-7 0-0 5-5 4 10 14 3 11 1 4 5 2 35 M. Bailey 5-12 0-1 3-6 0 5 5 3 13 3 5 2 1 37 U. Nsonwu-Amadi 6-12 0-0 3-6 0 6 6 2 15 0 2 1 1 30 D. Richardson 3-5 2-3 2-2 0 4 4 5 10 3 1 0 0 26 J. Straight 2-6 0-2 2-2 0 3 3 2 6 7 3 0 0 38 R. Mingo 3-3 0-0 0-0 2 3 5 3 6 0 1 3 0 7 U. Udezue 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 5 D. Rottinghaus 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 P. Corner 3-6 1-4 4-4 0 2 2 2 11 0 0 0 1 15 J. Ries 1-1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 3 Team 1 2 3 Totals 26-52 3-10 19-25 7 35 42 22 74 14 16 12 5 200 TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 13-28 46.4% 2nd Half: 13-24 54.2% Game: 50.0% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 2-6 33.3% 2nd Half: 1-4 25.0% Game: 30.0% F Throw % 1st Half: 5-8 62.5% 2nd Half: 14-17 82.4% Game: 76.0%

post season

3/18/01 1:15 p.m. at THE PYRAMID - MEMPHIS, TN

HOME TEAM: GONZAGA BULLDOGS 29-4 TOT-FG 3-PT REBOUNDS Player FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA OF DE TOT PF TP A TO BLK S MIN A. Reason 0-1 0-1 0-0 2 0 2 4 0 1 0 0 0 20 Z. Gourde 2-7 0-0 2-2 1 1 2 2 6 0 6 1 0 24 C. Violette 5-14 1-3 3-4 5 5 10 6 14 1 1 0 1 31 B. Stepp 1-13 0-5 2-2 1 4 5 2 4 3 0 0 1 32 D. Dickau 7-24 4-14 8-11 0 0 0 2 26 3 0 0 2 39 A. Hernandez 0-5 0-0 4-4 5 1 6 1 4 0 1 0 0 14 K. Bankhead 2-3 2-3 0-0 1 3 4 0 6 3 1 0 1 17 J. Sherrell 1-1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 R. Turiaf 1-3 0-0 2-4 0 3 3 3 4 0 0 2 1 22 Team 7 5 12 Totals 19-71 7-26 21-27 22 22 44 20 66 11 9 3 6 200 TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 11-35 31.4% 2nd Half: 8-36 22.2% Game: 26.8% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 5-13 38.5% 2nd Half: 2-13 15.4% Game: 26.9% F Throw % 1st Half: 9-11 81.8% 2nd Half: 12-16 75.0% Game: 77.8% Officials: John Cahill, Patrick Driscoll, Winston Stith Technical fouls: WYOMING COWBOYS-None. GONZAGA BULLDOGS-None. Attendance: 15626 Score by Periods 1st 2nd Total WYOMING COWBOYS 32 42 - 74 GONZAGA BULLDOGS 36 30 - 66 NCAA First Round - Gonzaga’s fourth straight NCAA appearance. Gonzaga No. 6 Seed, Wyoming No. 11 seed.

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NCAA Tournament Games GAME 13 - No. 9 GONZAGA 77, No. 8 CINCINNATI 69 3/20/03 10:40 am at JUNTSMAN CENTER - SALT LAKE CITY, UT

VISITORS: GONZAGA BULLDOGS 24-8 TOT-FG 3-PT REBOUNDS Player FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA OF DE TOT PF TP A TO BLK S MIN T. Skinner 3-6 2-3 1-2 0 3 3 2 9 1 1 1 0 35 R. Turiaf 3-10 0-0 16-22 3 7 10 3 22 1 1 1 0 35 Z. Gourde 1-3 0-0 0-0 0 2 2 3 2 0 2 0 0 16 W. Brooks 4-5 3-4 0-0 0 7 7 2 11 3 2 0 0 36 B. Stepp 2-8 1-4 7-8 0 4 4 2 12 7 5 0 1 35 J. Reisman 0-1 0-0 2-2 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 3 K. Bankhead 1-5 0-3 0-1 0 1 1 1 2 0 1 0 0 11 C. Violette 6-9 0-0 2-2 2 3 5 2 14 0 0 0 1 28 R. Fox 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 Team 3 1 4 Totals 20-47 6-14 28-37 8 28 36 15 74 12 12 2 2 200 TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 14-26 53.8% 2nd Half: 6-21 28.6% Game: 42.6% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 6-10 60.0% 2nd Half: 0-4 0.0% Game: 42.9% F Throw % 1st Half: 6-8 75.0% 2nd Half: 22-29 75.9% Game: 75.7% HOME TEAM: CINCINNATI BEARCATS 17-12 TOT-FG 3-PT REBOUNDS Player FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA OF DE TOT PF TP A TO BLK S MIN L. Stokes 2-10 1-2 2-4 2 4 6 4 7 5 4 1 2 30 J. Maxiell 4-5 0-0 0-0 1 2 3 4 8 0 1 1 1 19 K. Johnson 2-4 0-0 0-0 1 2 3 2 4 1 0 0 0 15 F. Williams 3-9 3-9 0-0 0 1 1 0 9 0 0 0 1 29 T. Barker 5-9 4-8 2-3 0 3 3 2 16 4 0 0 2 33 C. Moore 0-1 0-1 0-0 0 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 4 D. Hollman 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 J. Lucas 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 E. Hicks 0-2 0-0 0-0 1 2 3 1 0 0 0 1 0 7 T. Bobbitt 3-12 2-6 0-0 0 2 2 4 8 1 0 0 0 19 R. Flowers 3-6 0-1 1-1 4 0 4 3 7 0 2 0 1 21 A. Kirkland 4-8 0-0 2-2 3 4 7 3 10 1 2 3 0 19 Team 1 1 Totals 26-66 10-27 7-10 13 22 35 24 69 13 10 6 7 200 TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 13-31 41.9% 2nd Half: 13-35 37.1% Game: 39.4% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 5-16 31.3% 2nd Half: 5-11 45.5% Game: 37.0% F Throw % 1st Half: 1-1 100 % 2nd Half: 6-9 66.7% Game: 70.0%

post season

Officials: Mike Kitts, Bryan Kersey, Olandis Poole Technical fouls: GONZAGA BULLDOGS-None. CINCINNATI BEARCATS-TEAM 2. Attendance: 14378 Score by Periods 1st 2nd Total GONZAGA BULLDOGS 40 34 - 74 CINCINNATI BEARCATS. 32 37 - 69 2003 NCAA FIRST ROUND MEN’S BASKETBALL CHAMPIONSHIP GU’s Turiaf 11th career double-double, 7th of season...GU’s Turiaf ties single-game record for FT made with 16 for second time this season...GU’s moves into third on single-season assist list with 190...CU’s Huggins ejected.

GAME 14 - No. 1 ARIZONA 96, No. 9 GONZAGA 95 (2OT) 3/22/03 4 p.m. at HUNTSMAN CENTER - SALT LAKE CITY, UT

VISITORS: GONZAGA BULLDOGS 24-9 TOT-FG 3-PT REBOUNDS Player FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA OF DE TOT PF TP A TO BLK S MIN T. Skinner 8-17 5-11 4-4 2 3 5 1 25 2 3 3 1 50 R. Turiaf 7-12 0-0 2-3 1 4 5 5 16 0 2 0 2 29 Z. Gourde 0-1 0-0 2-2 1 2 3 3 2 1 1 2 0 13 W. Brooks 2-3 1-2 0-0 1 5 6 5 5 4 1 0 1 41 B. Stepp 9-24 4-15 3-3 2 1 3 2 25 8 0 0 1 47 K. Bankhead 1-2 1-2 0-0 0 1 1 2 3 1 0 0 0 12 C. Violette 2-9 0-0 2-4 4 4 8 3 6 4 3 0 0 39 R. Fox 5-9 0-0 3-5 4 1 5 4 13 0 0 0 0 19 Team 1 6 7 1 Totals 34-77 11-30 16-21 16 27 43 25 95 20 11 5 5 250 TOTAL FG% 1st Half:5-33 45.5% 2nd Half:13-28 46.4% OT:6-16 37.5% Game: 44.2% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half:5-11 45.5% 2nd Half:4-14 28.6% OT:2-5 40.0% Game: 36.7% F Throw % 1st Half:9-11 81.8% 2nd Half:4-6 66.7% OT:3-4 75.0% Game: 76.2% HOME TEAM: ARIZONA WILDCATS 27-3 TOT-FG 3-PT REBOUNDS Player FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA OF DE TOT PF TP A TO BLK S MIN L. Walton 6-13 1-6 3-4 1 5 6 3 16 9 4 2 3 45 R. Anderson 7-11 0-2 3-4 4 7 11 4 17 2 0 0 1 40 C. Frye 9-17 0-0 4-6 6 6 12 4 22 0 0 2 2 43 S. Stoudamire 5-15 3-10 2-3 0 4 4 2 15 1 2 0 0 42 J. Gardner 6-15 2-5 8-9 2 0 2 2 22 4 3 0 1 47 I. Fox 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 C. Rodgers 0-1 0-0 0-1 0 1 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 10 H. Adams 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 A. Iguodala 1-2 1-1 1-2 0 1 1 2 4 2 0 0 0 16 Team 5 5 10 Totals 34-74 7-24 21-29 18 29 47 20 96 18 9 4 7 250 TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 16-31 51.6% 2nd Half:11-3135.5% OT:7-12 58.3% Game:45.9% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 4-10 40.0% 2nd Half: 2-11 18.2% OT: 1-3 33.3% Game:29.2% F Throw % 1st Half: 5-8 62.5% 2nd Half: 13-17 76.5% OT:3-4 75.0% Game:72.4% Officials: John Clougherty, Olandis Poole, Tom Eades Technical fouls: GONZAGA BULLDOGS-None. ARIZONA WILDCATS-None. Attendance: 14627 Score by Periods 1st 2nd OT OT2 Total GONZAGA BULLDOGS 44 34 11 6 - 95 ARIZONA WILDCATS 41 37 11 7 - 96 2003 NCAA SECOND ROUND GU’s Skinner career-high 25 points.

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GAME 15 - No. 2 GONZAGA 76, No. 15 VALPARAISO 49 3/18/04 7:10 p.m. at KEYARENA - SEATTLE, WA

VISITORS: VALPARAISO CRUSADERS 18-13 TOT-FG 3-PT REBOUNDS Player FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA OF DE TOT PF TP J. Gomes 4-11 2-3 3-5 2 6 8 3 13 D. Oppland 4-10 0-2 0-0 2 5 7 3 8 O. Sylla 0-1 0-1 0-0 1 2 3 1 0 R. Nieves 1-8 0-2 0-0 0 1 1 1 2 A. Berdiel 1-8 1-5 1-2 0 1 1 2 4 J. Miles 4-8 2-4 2-2 2 0 2 3 12 G. Tonagel 1-6 1-4 0-0 0 0 0 2 3 J. Hooper 0-1 0-1 0-0 0 0 0 1 0 M. Mbaye 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 1 1 0 0 R. Howard 0-0 0-0 1-2 0 0 0 0 1 M. Oppland 0-1 0-1 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 K. Harris 3-9 0-0 0-0 2 3 5 4 6 Team 1 2 3 Totals 18-63 6-23 7-11 10 21 31 20 49 TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 9-27 33.3% 2nd Half: 9-36 25.0% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 3-9 33.3% 2nd Half: 3-14 21.4% F Throw % 1st Half: 4-6 66.7% 2nd Half: 3-5 60.0%

A 2 3 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

TO 2 1 0 1 4 2 1 0 0 2 0 0

BLK S MIN 0 0 29 0 0 34 0 1 7 0 0 16 0 1 26 0 0 18 0 3 28 0 0 2 0 0 6 0 1 11 0 0 4 0 0 19

8 13 0 6 200 Game: 28.6% Game: 26.1% Game: 63.6%

HOME TEAM: GONZAGA BULLDOGS 28-2 TOT-FG 3-PT REBOUNDS Player FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA OF DE TOT PF TP A TO BLK S MIN E. Knight 3-3 0-0 0-0 1 2 3 1 6 0 2 1 1 15 C. Violette 6-11 0-0 1-4 3 7 10 3 13 3 2 1 2 33 R. Turiaf 6-10 0-0 3-6 1 3 4 3 15 1 2 0 1 23 B. Stepp 2-11 1-9 8-10 0 4 4 1 13 9 5 1 1 37 K. Bankhead 1-2 1-1 1-2 1 2 3 3 4 3 0 0 0 22 A. Morrison 5-7 0-1 0-0 1 6 7 1 10 1 2 0 0 14 T. Skinner 2-4 1-2 0-0 1 4 5 0 5 0 1 0 0 22 D. Raivio 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 8 B. Michaelson 1-1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 C. Floyd 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 S. Mallon 3-4 0-0 0-1 1 3 4 2 6 0 0 2 1 21 R. Fox 0-1 0-0 2-2 0 2 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 3 Team 1 3 4 Totals 29-54 3-13 15-25 10 36 46 14 76 19 15 5 6 200 TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 15-29 51.7% 2nd Half: 14-25 56.0% Game: 53.7% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 2-9 22.2% 2nd Half: 1-4 25.0% Game: 23.1% F Throw % 1st Half: 4-10 40.0% 2nd Half: 11-15 73.3% Game: 60.0% Officials: John Clougherty, Joseph Lindsay, William Kennedy Technical fouls: VALPARAISO CRUSADERS-None. GONZAGA BULLDOGS-None. Attendance: 15827 Score by Periods 1st 2nd Total VALPARAISO CRUSADERS 25 24 - 49 GONZAGA BULLDOGS 36 40 - 76 GU’s Stepp moves past John Stockton (201) for second on GU single-season assists list (202)...Stepp moves into 4th on GU career scoring list with 1,657...GU’s Few passes Roy Williams (132) for 2nd for most wins by 5th-year head coach with 133, Everett Case, NC STATE, heads the list with 137

GAME 16 - No. 10 NEVADA 91, No. 2 GONZAGA 72 3/20/04 12:20 p.m. at KEYARENA - SEATTLE, WA

VISITORS: NEVADA WOLF PACK 25-8 TOT-FG 3-PT REBOUNDS Player FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA OF DE TOT PF TP A TO BLK S MIN K. Pinkey 9-13 0-1 2-4 4 4 8 1 20 0 1 2 0 34 N. Frazekas 4-12 1-2 7-9 4 6 10 4 16 0 2 1 1 37 K. Snyder 5-11 4-7 4-4 2 7 9 2 18 6 3 1 1 34 T. Okeson 7-14 3-6 2-2 0 4 4 1 19 7 1 0 2 39 G. Hill-Thomas 3-4 0-0 4-4 0 3 3 3 10 5 0 0 0 27 M. Kemp 1-6 0-1 0-0 0 2 2 2 2 0 0 0 0 13 J. Washington 1-2 0-0 1-2 3 2 5 3 3 0 1 0 0 8 S. Paul 0-2 0-0 3-4 1 0 1 2 3 0 0 0 0 8 Team 1 1 Totals 30-64 8-17 23-29 14 29 43 18 91 18 8 4 4 200 TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 14-35 40.0% 2nd Half: 16-29 55.2% Game: 46.9% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 4-9 44.4% 2nd Half: 4-8 50.0% Game: 47.1% F Throw % 1st Half: 15-19 78.9% 2nd Half: 8-10 80.0% Game: 79.3% HOME TEAM: GONZAGA BULLDOGS 28-3 TOT-FG 3-PT REBOUNDS Player FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA OF DE TOT PF TP A R. Turiaf 6-10 0-0 1-3 3 2 5 4 13 0 E. Knight 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 2 2 2 0 2 C. Violette 8-21 0-1 0-2 7 4 11 0 16 0 B. Stepp 3-18 1-12 6-7 1 3 4 4 13 5 K. Bankhead 1-2 0-0 0-0 0 1 1 0 2 1 A. Morrison 5-9 0-3 4-4 1 3 4 2 14 0 T. Skinner 2-5 1-3 0-0 2 3 5 4 5 1 D. Raivio 0-1 0-1 0-0 0 0 0 2 0 0 S. Mallon 3-7 1-2 2-2 3 2 5 3 9 0 R. Fox 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 2 0 0 Team 2 2 Totals 28-75 3-22 13-18 19 20 39 23 72 9 TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 13-33 39.4% 2nd Half: 15-42 35.7% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 2-9 22.2% 2nd Half: 1-13 7.7% F Throw % 1st Half: 4-6 66.7% 2nd Half: 9-12 75.0% Officials: John Clougherty, Curtis Shaw, Kerry Sitton

Technical fouls: NEVADA WOLF PACK-None. GONZAGA BULLDOGS-None. Attendance: 15827 Score by Periods 1st 2nd Total NEVADA WOLF PACK 47 44 - 91 GONZAGA BULLDOGS 32 40 - 72 NCAA 2nd Round...Gonzaga No. 2 Seed, Nevada No. 10 Seed.

TO 3 0 2 3 0 0 2 0 0 0

BLK S MIN 1 0 15 0 0 13 0 1 38 0 1 39 0 0 11 0 1 23 0 0 23 0 0 12 0 1 23 0 0 3

10 1 4 200 Game: 37.3% Game: 13.6% Game: 72.2%

NCAA Tournament Games GAME 17 - No. 3 GONZAGA 74, No. 14 WINTHROP 64

GAME 19 - No. 3 GONZAGA 79, No. 14 XAVIER 75

VISITORS: WINTHROP EAGLES 27-6 TOT-FG 3-PT REBOUNDS Player FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA OF DE TOT PF TP A TO BLK S MIN J. Shuler 3-13 0-4 6-7 3 3 6 2 12 2 6 0 0 37 C. Bradshaw 3-10 2-5 0-1 1 10 11 3 8 2 2 0 0 32 P. Williams 7-10 1-2 2-2 1 5 6 1 17 0 0 0 2 31 C. Gaynor 1-6 1-4 0-0 0 2 2 1 3 8 2 0 1 39 T. Martin 7-15 6-10 2-2 1 4 5 2 22 3 0 0 1 38 R. Kenley 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 M. Jenkins 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 B. Key 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 O. Daniels 0-2 0-0 0-0 1 1 2 3 0 0 2 0 0 9 B. Houston 1-3 0-0 0-0 1 0 1 3 2 0 0 0 0 8 S. Draughn 0-1 0-1 0-0 0 0 0 3 0 1 1 0 0 3 Team 2 1 3 Totals 22-60 10-26 10-12 10 26 36 19 64 16 13 0 4 200 TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 12-33 36.4% 2nd Half: 10-27 37.0% Game: 36.7% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 7-14 50.0% 2nd Half: 3-12 25.0% Game: 38.5% F Throw % 1st Half: 4-5 80.0% 2nd Half: 6-7 85.7% Game: 83.3%

VISITORS: XAVIER MUSKETEERS 21-11 TOT-FG 3-PT REBOUNDS Player FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA OF DE TOT PF TP A TO BLK S MIN J. Duncan 2-7 1-4 6-8 1 2 3 4 11 3 3 0 1 25 J. Cage 4-6 1-2 7-8 2 3 5 4 16 0 1 0 0 36 J. Doellman 4-11 2-6 0-0 1 4 5 3 10 2 1 1 1 31 J. Wolf 4-7 2-5 0-2 0 0 0 0 10 3 0 0 0 26 S. Burrell 6-15 4-8 6-6 0 3 3 1 22 5 1 0 1 38 B. Raymond 1-4 0-3 0-0 0 0 0 2 2 1 0 0 0 23 B. Cole 0-1 0-0 2-5 3 4 7 4 2 0 2 0 1 19 W. Caudle 0-0 0-0 2-4 0 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 2 Team 3 5 8 Totals 21-51 10-28 23-33 10 21 31 20 75 14 8 1 4 200 TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 10-26 38.5% 2nd Half: 11-25 44.0% Game: 41.2% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 5-14 35.7% 2nd Half: 5-14 35.7% Game: 35.7% F Throw % 1st Half: 14-18 77.8% 2nd Half: 9-15 60.0% Game: 69.7%

HOME TEAM: GONZAGA BULLDOGS 26-4 TOT-FG 3-PT REBOUNDS Player FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA OF DE TOT PF TP A. Morrison 12-19 3-6 0-1 1 5 6 1 27 J. Batista 6-13 0-1 2-2 2 3 5 1 14 R. Turiaf 1-4 0-0 11-16 2 11 13 2 13 D. Raivio 2-10 1-6 2-2 1 3 4 1 7 E. Knight 3-7 1-2 0-1 3 1 4 3 7 P. Altidor-Cespedes 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 2 0 D. Pendergraft 2-4 0-1 0-0 2 2 4 2 4 S. Mallon 1-1 0-0 0-0 0 1 1 2 2 Team 3 3 Totals 27-59 5-16 15-22 11 29 40 14 74 TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 13-31 41.9% 2nd Half: 14-28 50.0% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 1-8 12.5% 2nd Half: 4-8 50.0% F Throw % 1st Half: 6-12 50.0% 2nd Half: 9-10 90.0%

A 5 1 0 2 2 3 0 0

TO 4 1 3 1 0 1 0 0

BLK S MIN 1 2 39 0 1 28 4 2 37 0 0 40 0 0 29 0 0 9 0 0 7 0 0 11

13 10 5 5 200 Game: 45.8% Game: 31.3% Game: 68.2%

Officials: Steve Willmer, Tim Clougherty, Leslie Jones Technical fouls: WINTHROP EAGLES-None. GONZAGA BULLDOGS-None. Attendance: 13751 Score by Periods 1st 2nd Total WINTHROP EAGLES 35 29 - 64 GONZAGA BULLDOGS 33 41 - 74 NCAA First Round GU 6-2 in NCAA 1st Round games...GU 3-0 in Tucson in NCAA play, going 2-0 in 2000...GU’s Turiaf 26th career double-double...Morrison’s 27 points three shy of career high.

GAME 18 - No. 6 TEXAS TECH 71, No. 3 GONZAGA 69 3/19/05 11:10 A.M. at McKALE CENTER - TUCSON, AZ

VISITORS: TEXAS TECH RED RAIDERS 22-10 TOT-FG 3-PT REBOUNDS Player FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA OF DE TOT PF TP A TO BLK S MIN D. Giles 3-6 0-0 2-2 2 3 5 4 8 3 2 1 2 33 D. Dora 5-11 0-1 0-0 1 4 5 4 10 3 1 0 0 40 M. Zeno 5-9 0-0 1-2 1 3 4 3 11 5 0 0 1 35 J. Jackson 7-9 2-3 2-5 0 5 5 1 18 3 1 0 0 40 R. Ross 9-21 2-6 4-5 2 7 9 2 24 4 2 0 3 40 C. Marshall 0-1 0-1 0-0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 L. White 0-0 0-0 0-1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 D. Suljagic 0-2 0-0 0-1 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 5 J. Hawkins 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 Team 1 1 1 Totals 29-59 4-11 9-16 8 24 32 14 71 18 7 1 7 200 TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 13-31 41.9% 2nd Half: 16-28 57.1% Game: 49.2% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 1-6 16.7% 2nd Half: 3-5 60.0% Game: 36.4% F Throw % 1st Half: 2-5 40.0% 2nd Half: 7-11 63.6% Game: 56.3% HOME TEAM: GONZAGA BULLDOGS 26-5 TOT-FG 3-PT REBOUNDS Player FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA OF DE TOT PF TP A. Morrison 10-22 1-6 4-6 4 5 9 2 25 J. Batista 4-13 0-1 0-1 4 4 8 3 8 R. Turiaf 5-9 0-0 3-9 3 10 13 3 13 D. Raivio 2-7 1-5 0-0 0 2 2 3 5 R. Knight 7-8 0-0 0-0 3 2 5 2 14 P. Altidor-Cespedes 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 1 1 2 0 D. Pendergraft 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 S. Mallon 1-3 0-1 2-2 3 2 5 2 4 Team 1 1 Totals 29-62 2-13 9-18 17 27 44 17 69 TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 16-33 48.5% 2nd Half: 13-29 44.8% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 1-5 20.0% 2nd Half: 1-8 12.5% F Throw % 1st Half: 5-10 50.0% 2nd Half: 4-8 50.0%

A 2 0 3 5 2 2 0 0

TO 2 4 2 2 1 0 0 2

BLK S MIN 0 0 38 0 1 31 1 0 36 0 1 30 0 0 36 0 0 15 0 0 1 0 0 13

14 13 1 2 200 Game: 46.8% Game: 15.4% Game: 50.0%

Officials: Robert Donato, J.D. Collins, Tony Greene Technical fouls: TEXAS TECH RED RAIDERS-None. GONZAGA BULLDOGS-None. Attendance: 13751 Score by Periods 1st 2nd Total TEXAS TECH RED RAIDERS 29 42 - 71 GONZAGA BULLDOGS 38 31 - 69 NCAA Second Round

3/16/06 5:20 PM at HUNTSMAN CENTER - SALT LAKE CITY, UT

HOME TEAM: GONZAGA BULLDOGS 28-3 TOT-FG 3-PT REBOUNDS Player FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA OF DE TOT PF TP A TO BLK S MIN A. Morrison 11-21 4-8 9-11 0 2 2 1 35 4 3 0 0 38 S. Mallon 2-4 0-0 0-0 0 3 3 5 4 0 1 2 0 20 J. Batista 5-7 0-0 8-8 1 7 8 4 18 1 3 1 1 30 P. Altidor-Cespedes 0-1 0-1 0-0 0 1 1 2 0 1 0 0 0 16 D. Raivio 3-7 1-2 0-0 0 0 0 5 7 2 1 0 1 28 J. Pargo 0-0 0-0 1-2 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 13 L. Gurganious 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 E. Knight 3-5 1-1 0-0 3 3 6 4 7 1 0 1 1 25 D. Pendergraft 1-2 0-0 2-4 1 3 4 3 4 1 0 0 0 21 J. Heytvelt 1-2 0-0 1-2 0 0 0 1 3 0 2 0 0 7 Team 3 5 8 Totals 26-50 6-12 21-27 8 25 33 25 79 11 10 4 4 200 TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 12-27 44.4% 2nd Half: 14-23 60.9% Game: 52.0% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 3-8 37.5% 2nd Half: 3-4 75.0% Game: 50.0% F Throw % 1st Half: 9-12 75.0% 2nd Half: 12-15 80.0% Game: 77.8% Officials: Ted Valentine, John Hampton, Steven Skiles Technical fouls: XAVIER MUSKETEERS-None. GONZAGA BULLDOGS-None. Attendance: Score by Periods 1st 2nd Total XAVIER MUSKETEERS 39 36 - 75 GONZAGA BULLDOGS 36 43 - 79 2006 NCAA MEN’S BASKETBALL CHAMPIONSHIPS - 1ST ROUND GU’s Morrison moves into third on all-time GU scoring list with 1,829 and his 35 points mark 14th game of season with 30+ points...GU wins first-round game for fourth straight season.

GAME 20 - No. 3 GONZAGA 90, No. 6 INDIANA 80 3/18/06 6:04 p.m. at HUNTSMAN CENTER - SALT LAKE CITY, UT

VISITORS: INDIANA HOOSIERS 19-12 TOT-FG 3-PT REBOUNDS Player FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA OF DE TOT PF TP A TO BLK S MIN A. Ratliff 3-8 3-7 0-1 2 6 8 5 9 1 1 0 1 29 R. Vaden 7-15 6-13 0-0 0 4 4 3 20 2 2 0 1 30 0-1 0-0 2 3 5 4 12 2 4 1 0 22 M. Killingsworth 6-13 M. Strickland 6-9 6-9 0-0 1 2 3 4 18 0 3 1 0 30 E. Calloway 6-12 1-2 0-0 4 5 9 4 13 10 0 0 0 33 R. Wilmont 3-9 0-3 0-3 3 2 5 4 6 0 2 0 0 21 E. Suhr 0-1 0-0 2-2 1 1 2 2 2 2 0 0 0 12 B. Allen 0-1 0-1 0-0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 1 0 10 S. Kline 0-1 0-0 0-0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 6 L. Monroe 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 7 Team 1 1 Totals 31-69 16-36 2-6 14 24 38 29 80 18 13 3 2 200 TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 13-32 40.6% 2nd Half: 18-37 48.6% Game: 44.9% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 3-11 27.3% 2nd Half: 13-25 52.0% Game: 44.4% F Throw % 1st Half: 2-4 50.0% 2nd Half: 0-2 0.0% Game: 33.3%

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3/17/05 5:25 p.m. at McKALE CENTER - TUCSON, AR

HOME TEAM: GONZAGA BULLDOGS 29-3 TOT-FG 3-PT REBOUNDS Player FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA OF DE TOT PF TP A TO BLK S MIN A. Morrison 5-17 0-3 4-7 2 7 9 3 14 1 2 0 1 36 S. Mallon 4-7 0-1 7-8 2 8 10 0 15 2 1 1 1 24 J. Batista 10-18 0-1 0-0 3 6 9 3 20 0 1 1 3 31 P. Altidor-Cespedes 0-1 0-1 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 19 D. Raivio 2-7 1-4 8-10 1 1 2 2 13 3 2 0 2 27 J. Pargo 2-4 1-1 5-6 1 2 3 0 10 2 0 0 1 19 E. Knight 4-5 0-0 3-4 3 1 4 3 11 2 0 0 0 23 D. Pendergraft 1-1 0-0 5-6 1 1 2 3 7 2 0 0 0 17 J. Heytvelt 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 4 Team 1 1 2 Totals 28-61 2-11 32-41 14 27 41 14 90 13 7 2 9 200 TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 14-32 43.8% 2nd Half: 14-29 48.3% Game: 45.9% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 1-6 16.7% 2nd Half: 1-5 20.0% Game: 18.2% F Throw % 1st Half: 9-11 81.8% 2nd Half: 23-30 76.7% Game: 78.0% Officials: Tom Lopes, Karl Hess, Mike Stuart Technical fouls: INDIANA HOOSIERS-WILMONT, Roderick; KILLINGSWORTH, Marco. GONZAGA BULLDOGS-MORRISON, Adam. Attendance: 15122 Score by Periods 1st 2nd Total INDIANA HOOSIERS. 31 49 - 80 GONZAGA BULLDOGS 3 8 52 - 90 2006 NCAA MEN’S BASKETBALL CHAMPIONSHIPS - 2ND ROUND Gonzaga advances to NCAA Sweet 16 for fourth time since 1999...GU’s Mallon ties season high points (15) and career high rebounds (10)...GU 1-1 all-time against Indiana.

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NCAA Tournament Games GAME 21 - No. 2 UCLA 73, No. 3 GONZAGA 71

GAME 23 - No. 10 DAVIDSON 82, No. 7 GONZAGA 76

3/23/06 7:10 p.m. at OAKLAND ARENA - OAKLAND, CA

VISITORS: GONZAGA BULLDOGS 29-4 TOT-FG 3-PT REBOUNDS Player FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA OF DE TOT PF TP A A. Morrison 10-17 1-4 3-4 0 5 5 2 24 1 S. Mallon 0-2 0-0 0-0 2 1 3 3 0 0 J. Batista 6-13 0-0 6-7 4 5 9 2 18 1 P. Altidor-Cespedes 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 3 3 2 0 0 D. Raivio 4-8 2-4 2-2 1 2 3 3 12 6 J. Pargo 1-3 0-0 1-2 0 3 3 1 3 2 E. Knight 1-5 0-2 5-6 2 1 3 5 7 1 D. Pendergraft 2-3 0-0 3-5 0 5 5 1 7 3 J. Heytvelt 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 3 0 0 Team 2 1 3 Totals 24-51 3-10 20-26 11 26 37 22 71 14 TOTAL FG% 3-Pt. FG% F Throw %

1st Half: 15-26 57.7% 1st Half: 2-7 28.6% 1st Half: 10-13 76.9%

1st Half: 7-27 25.9% 1st Half: 2-13 15.4% 1st Half: 13-15 86.7%

BLK S MIN 0 0 37 1 0 13 1 0 34 0 0 16 0 2 32 0 0 25 0 0 13 1 1 28 1 0 2

17 4

3 200

2nd Half: 9-25 36.0% Game: 47.1% 2nd Half: 1-3 33.3% Game: 30.0% 2nd Half: 10-13 76.9% Game: 76.9%

HOME TEAM: UCLA BRUINS 30-6 TOT-FG 3-PT REBOUNDS Player FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA OF DE TOT PF C. Bozeman 1-5 0-2 2-2 0 6 6 3 0-0 4-7 5 5 10 4 L. Mbah a Moute 5-10 R. Hollins 3-5 0-0 6-6 4 4 8 3 J. Farmar 5-13 3-9 2-2 0 0 0 3 A. Afflalo 5-13 2-6 3-6 1 1 2 4 D. Collison 2-6 0-1 1-3 0 2 2 1 A. Aboya 1-1 0-0 0-0 0 1 1 1 L. Mata 0-0 0-0 3-4 1 0 1 2 M. Roll 1-4 1-3 0-0 0 0 0 1 Team 1 1 2 Totals 23-57 6-21 21-30 12 20 32 22 TOTAL FG% 3-Pt. FG% F Throw %

TO 2 4 3 1 5 1 0 0 1

3/21/08 12:25 p.m. at RBC CENTER - RALEIGH, NC

TP A 4 4 14 1 12 0 15 6 15 1 5 0 2 0 3 0 3 0

TO 3 3 0 2 0 2 0 0 0

BLK S MIN 1 1 31 0 2 32 1 0 30 0 2 33 0 0 28 0 0 20 1 0 8 1 0 10 0 0 8

73 12 10 4

5 200

2nd Half: 16-30 53.3% Game: 40.4% 2nd Half: 4-8 50.0% Game: 28.6% 2nd Half: 8-15 53.3% Game: 70.0%

Officials: C. Shaw, P. Driscoll, G. Pollard Technical fouls: GONZAGA BULLDOGS-None. UCLA BRUINS-None. Attendance: 19596 Score by Periods 1st 2nd Total GONZAGA BULLDOGS 42 29 - 71 UCLA BRUINS 29 44 - 73 2006 NCAA OAKLAND REGIONAL SEMIFINAL UCLA goes on 11-0 run in final 3:12 for win...GU fourth Sweet Sixteen in 8 years...GU #3 Seed, UCLA #2 Seed...GU-UCLA series tied 1-1, last meeting 1999 in Pauley Pavilion a 59-43 GU win.

VISITORS: DAVIDSON WILDCATS 27-6 TOT-FG 3-PT REBOUNDS Player FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA OF DE TOT PF TP T. Sanders 1-1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 2 2 A. Lovedale 4-8 0-0 4-6 6 7 13 4 12 J. Richards 4-14 2-7 5-7 1 2 3 4 15 M. P. Gooselin 2-6 1-3 2-2 0 3 3 3 7 S. Curry 14-22 8-10 4-6 0 3 3 0 40 B. Meno 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 1 1 0 0 W. Archambault 1-3 0-1 0-0 0 0 0 1 2 S. Rossiter 2-2 0-0 0-0 1 3 4 4 4 B. Barr 0-1 0-1 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 Team 2 2 Totals 28-57 11-22 15-21 10 19 29 18 82 TOTAL FG% 3-Pt. FG% F Throw %

1st Half: 13-38 46.4% 1st Half: 4-8 50.0% 1st Half: 6-7 85.7%

Player D. Pendergraft R. Sacre J. Pargo M. Bouldin S. Gray A. Daye A. Sorenson L. Gurganious M. Downs A. Kuso J. Heytvelt I. Brown TEAM Totals

TOT-FG FG-FGA 2-3 1-1 5-10 4-8 7-12 3-13 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-1 5-6 0-0

post season

VISITORS: GONZAGA BULLDOGS 23-11 3-PT REBOUNDS FG-FGA FT-FTA OF DE TOT PF TP A 0-0 0-0 2 3 5 3 4 0 1-2 2-2 1 5 6 3 11 2 0-1 5-7 1 1 2 4 7 4 2-6 2-2 1 1 2 2 12 4 1-2 3-4 1 3 4 1 8 3 0-1 0-0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1-2 0-0 0 3 3 1 3 1 2-5 0-1 0 5 5 2 12 0 3 3 19-56 7-19 12-16 6 24 30 17 57 14 1st Half: 10-30 33.3% 1st Half: 5-10 50.0% 1st Half: 4-6 66.7% TOT-FG FG-FGA 6-13 0-1 2-8 8-16 3-7 2-6 0-0 2-6 0-1 0-0

TOTAL FG% 3-Pt. FG% F Throw %

1st Half: 12-35 34.3% 1st Half: 7-18 38.9% 1st Half: 3-4 75.0%

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BLK S 2 1 0 2 1 0 0 2 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0

TO 0 1 2 2 4 2 0 2 0 0

BLK S 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0

MIN 17 28 37 39 28 1 19 31

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MIN 35 6 38 34 34 16 1 30 5 1

13 2 3 200

2nd Half: 11-23 47.8% Game: 39.7% 2nd Half: 2-7 28.6% Game: 36.0% 2nd Half: 12-12 100 % Game: 93.8%

Officials: Tony Greene, John B. Caldwell, Dwayne B. Gladden Technical fouls: GONZAGA BULLDOGS-None. INDIANA HOOSIERS-None. Attendance: 16338 Score by Periods 1st 2nd Total GONZAGA BULLDOGS 29 28 - 57 INDIANA HOOSIERS 34 36 - 70 NCAA First Round Game No. 4 Gonzaga No. 10 Seed; Indiana No. 7 Seed Largest lead-GON by 2 1st-19:03, IND by 15 2nd-00:41.

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2nd Half: 12-25 48.0% 2nd Half: 4-12 33.3% 2nd Half: 7-12 58.3%

A 0 0 6 4 2 0 0 0 1 0 1 0

TO 0 0 6 5 4 0 0 0 1 1 1 0

BLK S 0 2 0 0 0 3 0 3 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 0

MIN 17 3 38 26 35 22 5 7 7 13 26 1

15 13 2 3 200 Game: 50.9% Game: 44.4% Game: 57.1%

3/19/09 4:25 p.m. at ROSE GARDEN - PORTLAND, OR

10 5 6 200

2nd Half: 9-26 34.6% Game: 33.9% 2nd Half: 2-9 22.2% Game: 36.8% 2nd Half: 8-10 80.0% Game: 75.0%

HOME TEAM: INDIANA HOOSIERS 21-10 3-PT REBOUNDS FG-FGA FT-FTA OF DE TOT PF TP A 0-0 4-4 2 8 10 2 16 4 0-0 0-0 2 1 3 1 0 0 1-3 4-4 1 2 3 0 9 3 6-11 0-1 2 5 7 3 22 3 0-2 5-5 0 4 4 2 11 3 2-5 0-0 1 2 3 2 6 0 0-0 0-0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0-4 2-2 1 7 8 3 6 1 0-0 0-0 0 1 1 1 0 1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 2 5 9-25 15-16 12 33 45 14 70 15

Player D. White M. White A. Bassett R. Wilmont E. Calloway A. Ratliff B. Allen L. Stemler J. Shaw X. Keeling TEAM Totals

TO 2 1 3 2 1 0 0 1

18 14 1

MIN 25 29 36 31 39 15 11 11 3

GAME 24 - No. 4 GONZAGA 77, No. 13 Akron 64

3/15/07 6:55 p.m. at ARCO ARENA - SACRAMENTO, CA

TOT-FG FG-FGA 2-7 4-10 1-7 4-10 2-6 0-1 1-5 5-10

BLK S 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 1 0 5 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0

Officials: Tom O’Neill, Robert Adams, Dwayne Gladden Technical fouls: Davidson-None. Gonzaga-None. Attendance: Score by Periods 1st 2nd Total Davidson. 36 46 - 82 Gonzaga 41 35 - 76 Fouled out: Gonzaga: #25 Pendergraft, D. at :07.2 in 2nd half

GAME 22 - No. 7 Indiana 70, No. 10 GONZAGA 57 Player A. Kuso S. Mallon J. Pargo D. Raivio M. Bouldin P. Altidor-Cespedes M. Downs D. Pendergraft TEAM Totals TOTAL FG% 3-Pt. FG% F Throw %

TO 3 0 3 2 2 3 0 1 0

2nd Half: 15-29 51.7% Game: 49.1% 2nd Half: 7-14 50.0% Game: 50.0% 2nd Half: 9-14 64.3% Game: 71.4%

HOME TEAM: GONZAGA BULLDOGS 25-8 3-PT REBOUNDS FG-FGA FT-FTA OF DE TOT PF TP 1-2 0-0 1 1 2 5 5 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 2 2-5 6-8 1 4 5 3 18 0-1 0-0 2 3 5 1 8 7-12 0-0 2 1 3 3 21 1-6 0-1 1 5 6 1 7 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 2 2 0-0 0-0 1 1 2 0 0 0-0 1-2 1 1 2 1 1 1-1 1-3 2 6 8 3 12 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 23-58 9-25 15-16 12 33 45 14 70

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 16-30 53.3% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 8-15 53.3% F Throw % 1st Half: 1-2 50.0%

A 2 2 9 2 2 0 0 1 0

AKRON ZIPS 23-13 TOT-FG 3-PT REBOUNDS Player FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA OF DE TOT N. Cvetino 3-6 0-0 1-2 2 2 4 C. McKnight 3-6 1-2 4-6 1 2 3 N. Linhart 5-10 3-6 2-2 2 2 4 S. McNees 0-9 0-6 1-2 0 3 3 D. Roberts 6-9 4-6 3-4 0 1 1 B. McClanahan0-1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 E. Coblentz 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 T. Carroll 0-1 0-0 0-0 1 0 1 B. McKnight 1-8 1-1 1-2 2 2 4 A. Hitchens 1-4 1-1 0-0 0 1 1 J. Conyers 1-2 0-1 0-0 1 0 1 S. Swiech 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 M. Bardo 1-1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 TEAM 2 2 4 Totals 21-57 10-23 12-18 11 15 26 TOTAL FG% 3-Pt. FG% F Throw %

1st Half: 14-30 46.7% 1st Half: 5-9 55.6% 1st Half: 5-8 62.5%

PF 3 5 3 2 1 0 1 0 4 0 1 0 3

TP A 7 3 11 1 15 2 1 1 19 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 2 3 1 2 1 0 0 2 1

TO 2 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 3 0 1 0 0

1st Half: 12-25 48.0% 1st Half: 2-6 33.3% 1st Half: 9-11 81.8%

MIN 23 23 29 32 34 6 1 1 20 7 11 0+ 13

23 64 15 8 1 0 200

2nd Half: 7-27 25.9% Game: 36.8% 2nd Half: 5-14 35.7% Game: 43.5% 2nd Half: 7-10 70.0% Game: 66.7%

HOME TEAM: GONZAGA BULLDOGS 27-5 TOT-FG 3-PT REBOUNDS Player FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA OF DE TOT PF TP A TO A. Daye 3-5 0-0 4-7 2 3 5 2 10 2 1 J. Heytvelt 7-12 1-3 7-8 1 7 8 3 22 1 3 J. Pargo 4-5 1-1 0-0 0 2 2 2 9 5 0 M. Bouldin 3-8 0-2 6-6 0 6 6 2 12 5 3 M. Downs 4-9 1-6 6-6 0 2 2 1 15 0 0 D. Goodson 0-0 0-0 2-2 0 0 0 3 2 0 0 A. Sorenson 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 S. Gray 2-5 2-3 1-2 3 5 8 2 7 2 1 I. Brown 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 TEAM 1 2 3 Totals 23-44 5-15 26-31 7 27 34 18 77 15 8 TOTAL FG% 3-Pt. FG% F Throw %

BLK S 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0

BLK S MIN 4 0 29 0 1 37 0 0 32 1 1 37 0 1 30 0 1 9 0 0 0+ 0 1 24 0 0 2 5 5 200

2nd Half: 11-19 57.9% Game: 52.3% 2nd Half: 3-9 33.3% Game: 33.3% 2nd Half: 17-20 85.0% Game: 83.9%

Officials: Steven Skiles, Michael Eades, Mark Reischling Technical fouls: AKRON ZIPS-None. GONZAGA BULLDOGS-None. Attendance: 17169 Score by Periods 1st 2nd Total AKRON ZIPS 38 26 - 64 GONZAGA BULLDOGS 35 42 - 77 NCAA Tournament First Round...Gonzaga snap 3-game NCAA Tournament losing streak.

NCAA Tournament Games GAME 25 - No. 4 GONZAGA 83 73, No. 12 Western Kentucky 81 3/21/09 5:28 p.m. at ROSE GARDEN - PORTLAND, OR

TO 1 3 2 3 1 1 0 0

BLK S 0 0 0 0 5 0 0 3 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

MIN 28 32 33 38 34 24 3 8

11 5 4 200

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 15-29 51.7% 2nd Half: 17-33 51.5% Game: 51.6% DEADB 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 6-12 50.0% 2nd Half: 6-13 46.2% Game: 48.0% REBS F Throw % 1st Half: 1-6 16.7% 2nd Half: 4-8 50.0% Game: 35.7% 6,2 HOME TEAM: GONZAGA BULLDOGS 28-5 TOT-FG 3-PT REBOUNDS Player FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA OF DE TOT PF TP A TO BLK S MIN A. Daye 4-9 1-2 1-2 0 3 3 4 10 1 4 0 0 19 J. Heytvelt 3-7 0-1 4-5 1 5 6 1 10 2 0 2 0 32 J. Pargo 7-11 3-4 1-1 1 1 2 0 18 3 1 1 1 33 M. Bouldin 6-15 3-7 5-7 2 6 8 2 20 6 3 0 1 38 M. Downs 4-7 1-2 3-4 2 5 7 3 12 1 1 1 1 30 D. Goodson 2-2 0-0 0-0 1 0 1 0 4 1 0 0 0 14 S. Gray 3-8 1-5 0-0 1 2 3 2 7 4 2 0 1 30 I. Brown 1-1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 4 TEAM 1 1 Totals 30-60 9-21 14-19 9 22 31 12 83 18 11 4 4 200 TOTAL FG% 3-Pt. FG% F Throw %

1st Half: 14-27 51.9% 1st Half: 4-10 40.0% 1st Half: 3-6 50.0%

2nd Half: 16-33 48.5% Game: 50.0% DEADB 2nd Half: 5-11 45.5% Game: 42.9% REBS 2nd Half: 11-13 84.6% Game: 73.7% 3,1

Officials: Steven Skiles, Michael Stuart, Michael Eades Technical fouls: WESTERN KENTUCKY HILLTOPPERS-None. GONZAGA BULLDOGS-None. Attendance: 18794 Score by Periods 1st 2nd Total WESTERN KENTUCKY HILLTOPPERS 37 44 - 81 GONZAGA BULLDOGS 35 48 - 83 Goodson game-winning layin with :09 seconds left. 3/27/09 9:00 p.m. at FEDEXFORUM - MEMPHIS, TN

TOTAL FG% 3-Pt. FG% F Throw %

1st Half: 16-33 48.5% 1st Half: 6-13 46.2% 1st Half: 4-6 66.7%

TO 3 3 3 2 1 0 0 0 0 0

TOTAL FG% 3-Pt. FG% F Throw %

1st Half: 19-32 59.4% 1st Half: 6-9 66.7% 1st Half: 9-18 50.0%

BLK S MIN 4 0 32 0 0 29 0 1 29 0 1 30 1 3 28 0 0 19 0 0 2 0 1 26 0 0 1 0 0 4

12 5 6 200

2nd Half: 11-25 44.0% Game: 46.6% DEADB 2nd Half: 1-10 10.0% Game: 30.4% REBS 2nd Half: 12-17 70.6% Game: 69.6% 3

HOME TEAM: NORTH CAROLINA TAR HEELS 31-4 TOT-FG 3-PT REBOUNDS Player FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA OF DE TOT PF TP A TO D. Thompson 2-8 0-0 1-4 0 3 3 2 5 0 1 T. Hansbrough 8-10 0-0 8-9 3 7 10 2 24 0 2 T. Lawson 7-9 3-4 2-3 0 4 4 3 19 9 1 D. Green 5-11 3-6 0-0 0 3 3 4 13 7 2 W. Wellington 7-13 2-6 3-4 0 7 7 2 19 4 3 M. Campbell 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 B. Frasor 2-2 2-2 0-0 0 3 3 1 6 1 0 L. Drew 1-2 1-1 0-3 0 0 0 1 3 0 0 J. Tanner 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 J. Watts 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 J. Wooten 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 E. Davis 2-6 0-0 1-4 3 2 5 0 5 1 0 M. Copeland 0-2 0-0 0-0 1 1 2 1 0 0 0 Y. Zeller 2-4 0-0 0-0 2 0 2 0 4 0 0 TEAM 2 2 Totals 36-68 11-19 15-27 11 31 42 17 98 23 9

BLK S 0 0 0 2 0 1 2 4 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0

MIN 18 34 27 28 30 1 20 8 2 3 2 20 2 5

4 8 200

2nd Half: 17-36 47.2% Game: 52.9% DEADB 2nd Half: 5-10 50.0% Game: 57.9% REBS 2nd Half: 6-9 66.7% Game: 55.6% 6

Officials: Scott Thornley, John Higgins, Mark Whitehead Technical fouls: GONZAGA BULLDOGS-None. NORTH CAROLINA TAR HEELS-None. Attendance: 17103 Score by Periods 1st 2nd Total GONZAGA BULLDOGS 42 35 - 77 NORTH CAROLINA TAR HEELS 53 45 - 98

VISITORS: FLORIDA STATE SEMINOLES 22-10 TOT-FG 3-PT REBOUNDS Player FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA OF DE TOT PF TP TP A TO BLK S MIN C. Singleton 3-7 0-4 2-4 1 3 4 4 8 R. Reid 0-8 0-0 2-2 1 2 3 2 2 S. Alabi 5-12 0-0 3-4 5 1 6 4 13 M. Snaer 4-9 1-3 0-3 1 3 4 3 9 D. Kitchen 2-5 0-1 3-5 2 2 4 0 7 X. Gibson 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 3 0 L. Loucks 2-6 1-3 2-2 0 3 3 3 7 D. Dulkys 5-11 4-9 0-0 1 1 2 2 14 T. Shannon 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 1 1 1 0 TEAM. 5 5 Totals 21-59 6-20 12-20 11 21 32 22 60 TOTAL FG% 3-Pt. FG% F Throw %

1st Half: 6-28 21.4% 1st Half: 1-9 11.1% 1st Half: 6-9 66.7%

Player E. Harris R. Sacre D. Goodson M. Bouldin S. Gray G.J. Vilarino K. Olynyk B. Kong W. Foster TEAM Totals

TOT-FG FG-FGA 5-10 3-8 2-3 5-10 6-11 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

TOTAL FG% 3-Pt. FG% F Throw %

1st Half: 12-23 52.2% 1st Half: 2-6 33.3% 1st Half: 9-13 69.2%

TO BLK S MIN

2 0 1 2 5 0 4 1 0

1 0 1 3 2 0 1 0 0

2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1

0 30 1 20 0 31 1 34 4 24 0 5 1 31 0 23 0 2

15 8 4 7 200

2nd Half: 15-31 48.4% Game: 35.6% 2nd Half: 5-11 45.5% Game: 30.0% 2nd Half: 6-11 54.5% Game: 60.0%

HOME TEAM: GONZAGA BULLDOGS 27-6 3-PT REBOUNDS FG-FGA FT-FTA OF DE TOT PF TP 1-3 2-2 0 3 3 3 13 0-0 7-11 2 7 9 4 13 0-0 5-6 1 4 5 4 9 1-2 6-9 1 7 8 2 17 1-5 2-2 1 6 7 2 15 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 0-0 1 3 4 2 0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 1 0 0-0 0-0 0 2 2 1 0

21-42 3-10

A

22-30 6

A 1 2 2 3 2 0 0 1 0

TO 2 2 2 2 5 0 1 1 0

BLK S MIN 2 1 34 1 0 30 0 0 34 0 3 39 1 1 38 0 0 2 0 0 10 0 0 7 1 0 6

32 38 19 67 11 15 5

5 200

2nd Half: 9-19 47.4% Game: 50.0% 2nd Half: 1-4 25.0% Game: 30.0% 2nd Half: 13-17 76.5% Game: 73.3%

Officials: James Burr, Lamar Simpson, James Barker Technical fouls: FLORIDA STATE SEMINOLES-None. GONZAGA BULLDOGS-None. Attendance: 18,948 Score by Periods 1st 2nd Total FLORIDA STATE SEMINOLES 19 41 - 60 GONZAGA BULLDOGS. 35 32 - 67 GU’s Bouldin moves into 6th on all-time school scoring list with 1,675 points, passing Blake STepp (1,658 - 2001-04)...GU head coach Mark Few becomes all-time winningest basketball coach in school history with 291, passing Hank Anderson (290-275, 1952-72). Few’s record 291-72 in his 11th season.

GAME 26 - No. 1 North Carolina 98, No. 4 GONZAGA 77 VISITORS: GONZAGA BULLDOGS 28-6 TOT-FG 3-PT REBOUNDS Player FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA OF DE TOT PF TP A A. Daye 3-8 2-3 2-2 0 11 11 4 10 2 J. Heytvelt 5-9 0-1 4-8 0 0 0 4 14 0 J. Pargo 6-10 1-3 3-4 1 2 3 4 16 2 M. Bouldin 3-10 0-5 1-1 0 4 4 1 7 0 M. Downs 5-7 2-4 0-0 1 3 4 3 12 2 D. Goodson 1-3 0-0 1-2 1 1 2 3 3 1 A. Sorendon 0-1 0-1 1-2 0 0 0 0 1 0 S. Gray 3-9 1-5 0-0 0 1 1 0 7 3 W. Foster 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 I. Brown 1-1 1-1 4-4 0 3 3 0 7 0 TEAM 1 2 3 Totals 27-58 7-23 16-23 4 27 31 19 77 10

3/19/10 7:10 p.m. at HSBC ARENA - BUFFALO, NY

GAME 28 – No. 1 Syracuse 87, No. 8 Gonzaga 65 3/21/10 12:11 p.m. at HSBC ARENA - BUFFALO, NY VISITORS: GONZAGA BULLDOGS 27-7 3-PT REBOUNDS FG-FGA FT-FTA OF DE TOT PF TP 0-1 8-13 4 4 8 1 24 0-0 1-3 4 4 8 3 17 0-2 0-0 0 0 0 1 0 0-6 2-2 1 2 3 4 8 3-9 0-0 0 0 0 4 9 0-0 1-2 0 3 3 0 3 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 1 0 0-1 0-0 2 2 4 3 4 0-2 0-0 0 1 1 1 0

Player E. Harris R. Sacre D. Goodson M. Bouldin S. Gray G.J. Vilarino G. Gibbs K. Olynyk B. Kong TEAM Totals

TOT-FG FG-FGA 8-12 8-12 0-5 3-13 3-11 1-1 0-0 2-4 0-2

TOTAL FG% 3-Pt. FG% F Throw %

1st Half: 13-29 44.8% 1st Half: 2-11 18.2% 1st Half: 4-7 57.1%

25-60 3-21

A 0 0 2 3 8 0 0 1 0

BLK S MIN 0 0 31 2 4 34 0 0 20 1 1 40 0 1 37 0 2 13 0 0 1 0 0 15 0 0 9

12-20 11 16 27 18 65 14 11 3 8 200 2nd Half: 12-31 38.7% Game: 41.7% 2nd Half: 1-10 10.0% Game: 14.3% 2nd Half: 8-13 61.5% Game: 60.0%

HOME TEAM: SYRACUSE ORANGE 30-4 TOT-FG 3-PT REBOUNDS Player FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA OF DE TOT PF TP A W. Johnson 11-16 4-6 5-7 3 11 14 2 31 0 K. Joseph 0-3 0-2 5-6 3 4 7 2 5 3 R. Jackson 2-5 0-0 1-2 2 7 9 4 5 4 A. Rautins 7-13 5-9 5-6 0 4 4 1 24 4 B. Triche 5-9 2-5 1-2 0 2 2 2 13 2 S. Jardine 4-6 1-2 0-0 0 0 0 1 9 3 D. Riley 0-1 0-1 0-0 0 0 0 5 0 1 TEAM 2 2 Totals 29-53 12-25 17-23 8 30 38 17 87 17 TOTAL FG% 3-Pt. FG% F Throw %

TO 4 3 0 1 2 1 0 0 0

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VISITORS: WESTERN KENTUCKY HILLTOPPERS 25-9 TOT-FG 3-PT REBOUNDS Player FG-FGA FG-FGA FT-FTA OF DE TOT PF TP A S. Kerusch 3-10 1-4 1-6 1 3 4 3 8 0 S. Pettigrew 4-6 1-2 0-2 4 3 7 4 9 0 J. Evans 5-7 0-0 1-3 1 5 6 2 11 0 A. Slaughter 9-19 3-9 3-3 0 4 4 4 24 3 O. Mendez-Valdez 9-12 7-10 0-0 0 3 3 3 25 7 A. Sally 2-8 0-0 0-0 2 1 3 2 4 4 M. Walker 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0 1 0 0 0 D. Magley 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 1 1 2 0 0 TEAM 1 1 2 Totals 32-62 12-25 5-14 10 21 31 20 81 14

GAME 27 – No. 8 Gonzaga 67, No. 9 Florida State 60

1st Half: 17-28 60.7% 1st Half: 7-14 50.0% 1st Half: 6-9 66.7%

TO 0 5 1 1 1 2 3 2 15

BLK S MIN 1 0 40 0 0 37 1 0 25 0 2 31 0 0 29 0 1 23 0 1 15 2 4 200

2nd Half: 12-25 48.0% Game: 54.7% 2nd Half: 5-11 45.5% Game: 48.0% 2nd Half: 11-14 78.6% Game: 73.9%

Officials: Karl Hess, Bryan Kersey, Anthony Johnson Technical fouls: GONZAGA BULLDOGS-None. SYRACUSE ORANGE-None. Attendance: Score by Periods 1st 2nd Total GONZAGA BULLDOGS 32 33 - 65 SYRACUSE ORANGE 47 40 - 87 NCAA South Regional Semifinal

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Player GP GS DICKAU, Dan 4 4 HARRIS, Elias 2 2 FRAHM, Richie 7 7 BATISTA, J.P. 5 5 SANTANGELO, Matt 7 7 TURIAF, Ronny 7 6 CALVARY, Casey 10 10 ROGERS, Paul 1 1 RUBRIGHT, Jason 1 1 HALL, Quentin 4 4 BOULDIN, Matt 7 7 GRAY, Steven 6 3 SKINNER, Tony 4 2 RILLIE, John 1 1 SACRE, Robert 3 3 STEPP, Blake 8 8 PARGO, Jeremy 8 5 DAYE, Austin 4 3 COLE, David 1 0 HEYTVELT, Josh 7 3 VIOLETTE, Cory 8 3 DENCH, Axel 7 3 EATON, Jeremy 4 4 DOWNS, Micah 5 3 BROOKS, Winston 2 2 KINLOCH, Jon 1 1 HERNANDEZ, Alex 4 0 KNIGHT, Erroll 7 4 RAIVIO, Derek 8 6 MALLON, Sean 8 4 DIXON, Kyle 1 1 PENDERGRAFT, David 7 1 GOURDE, Zach 9 6 FLOYD, Ryan 7 3 FOX, Richard 4 0 GOODSON, Demetri 5 2 SPINK, Mark 10 3 LEASURE, Mike 4 0 BANKHEAD, Kyle 8 2 KUSO, Abdullahi 2 1 BROWN, Ira 4 0 OLYNYK, Kelly 2 0 SNIDER, Scott 1 0 REISMAN, Josh 1 0 MICHAELSON, Brian 1 0 NILSON, Mike 4 0 REASON, Anthony 4 1 VILARINO, G.J. 2 0 GURGANIOUS, Larry 2 0 NEMETH, John 1 0 SHERRELL, Jay 3 0 SORENSON, Andrew 3 0 ALTIDOR-CESPEDES, P. 6 3 KONG, Bol 2 0 WILLIAMS, Kevin 1 0 FORBES, Germayne 3 0 FOSTER, Will 2 0 TRICCO, Jimmy 4 0 MORGAN, Scott 1 0 GIBBS, Grant 1 0 BOND, Jason 1 0 FLOYD, Colin 1 0 GEBBERS, John 1 0 KINCAID, Matt 1 0 WILLIAMS, Kenny 1 0

Min 156 65 238 154 250 197 289 38 32 132 238 190 130 39 67 283 226 102 13 137 190 150 96 114 77 26 82 154 216 153 30 122 167 140 26 96 136 29 101 30 11 25 7 3 1 52 47 15 9 1 3 7 76 16 10 9 7 6 3 1 1 1 1 1 1

Avg 39.0 32.5 34.0 30.8 35.7 28.1 28.9 38.0 32.0 33.0 34.0 31.7 32.5 39.0 22.3 35.4 28.3 25.5 13.0 19.6 23.8 21.4 24.0 22.8 38.5 26.0 20.5 22.0 27.0 19.1 30.0 17.4 18.6 20.0 6.5 19.2 13.6 7.3 12.6 15.0 2.8 12.5 7.0 3.0 1.0 13.0 11.8 7.5 4.5 1.0 1.0 2.3 12.7 8.0 10.0 3.0 3.5 1.5 3.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0

FG FGA Pct 3FG FGA Pct 26 68 .382 15 35 .429 13 22 .591 1 4 .250 34 79 .430 18 49 .367 31 64 .484 0 3 .000 33 92 .359 16 39 .410 29 58 .500 0 0 .000 52 86 .605 8 13 .615 5 7 .714 0 0 .000 4 9 .444 1 5 .200 15 35 .429 7 18 .389 26 70 .371 5 25 .200 24 56 .429 15 39 .385 15 32 .469 9 19 .474 4 14 .286 3 11 .273 12 21 .571 0 0 .000 23 94 .245 10 61 .164 26 50 .520 8 15 .533 13 35 .371 4 11 .364 3 7 .429 1 4 .250 21 37 .568 2 6 .333 30 69 .435 1 4 .250 22 43 .512 5 10 .500 14 35 .400 0 0 .000 14 28 .500 5 14 .357 6 8 .750 4 6 .667 3 6 .500 1 4 .250 10 22 .455 1 1 1.000 21 34 .618 2 5 .400 17 50 .340 8 28 .286 18 38 .474 2 6 .333 3 9 .333 0 1 .000 13 23 .565 3 8 .375 18 38 .474 0 1 .000 9 23 .391 7 16 .438 5 11 .455 0 0 .000 5 13 .385 0 2 .000 13 32 .406 0 0 .000 3 6 .500 2 3 .667 8 17 .471 6 11 .545 2 8 .250 0 0 .000 2 2 1.000 1 1 1.000 2 4 .500 0 1 .000 1 2 .500 0 0 .000 0 1 .000 0 0 .000 1 1 1.000 0 0 .000 1 3 .333 1 1 1.000 2 5 .400 0 2 .000 1 1 1.000 0 0 .000 1 2 .500 0 0 .000 0 1 .000 0 0 .000 1 1 1.000 0 0 .000 0 1 .000 0 1 .000 0 4 .000 0 3 .000 0 2 .000 0 2 .000 0 2 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000

FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg 27 32 .844 3 6 9 2.3 10 15 .667 4 7 11 5.5 34 41 .829 3 33 36 5.1 16 18 .889 14 25 39 7.8 18 24 .750 3 21 24 3.4 38 63 .603 13 40 53 7.6 24 39 .615 28 51 79 7.9 3 4 .750 1 7 8 8.0 4 4 1.000 2 4 6 6.0 12 20 .600 1 20 21 5.3 23 29 .793 7 31 38 5.4 3 4 .750 7 15 22 3.7 5 6 .833 5 13 18 4.5 0 0 .000 2 5 7 7.0 8 14 .571 6 11 17 5.7 29 34 .853 4 22 26 3.3 22 30 .733 5 16 21 2.6 7 12 .583 3 22 25 6.3 2 2 1.000 1 0 1 1.0 17 26 .654 4 18 22 3.1 8 16 .500 23 25 48 6.0 11 15 .733 13 11 24 3.4 6 11 .545 1 14 15 3.8 9 10 .900 4 14 18 3.6 0 0 .000 1 12 13 6.5 1 2 .500 1 1 2 2.0 10 10 1.000 11 8 19 4.8 8 11 .727 15 12 27 3.9 14 16 .875 4 9 13 1.6 13 15 .867 12 25 37 4.6 0 1 .000 0 1 1 1.0 10 16 .625 5 17 22 3.1 12 19 .632 6 28 34 3.8 4 5 .800 3 11 14 2.0 5 7 .714 4 3 7 1.8 8 10 .800 3 5 8 1.6 9 13 .692 14 22 36 3.6 4 4 1.000 2 2 4 1.0 1 3 .333 2 8 10 1.3 1 2 .500 3 4 7 3.5 4 4 1.000 0 3 3 0.8 0 0 .000 3 5 8 4.0 0 1 .000 1 1 2 2.0 2 2 1.000 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0.0 3 6 .500 5 4 9 2.3 2 3 .667 3 1 4 1.0 1 2 .500 0 3 3 1.5 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0.0 1 2 .500 1 0 1 1.0 0 0 .000 0 1 1 0.3 1 2 .500 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 .000 0 5 5 0.8 0 0 .000 0 1 1 0.5 0 0 .000 1 0 1 1.0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 .000 0 2 2 1.0 0 1 .000 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 .000 0 1 1 1.0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0.0

PF 10 4 10 13 18 23 28 3 4 13 13 13 7 2 7 15 14 11 1 15 20 13 16 8 7 3 9 20 18 20 4 16 22 10 6 11 28 4 6 4 3 5 0 0 0 8 7 0 2 0 1 0 9 2 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0

FO 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

A 15 1 17 3 39 5 19 1 1 8 24 21 4 8 2 41 25 5 0 4 8 17 4 5 7 1 2 10 24 4 4 6 6 10 0 6 4 1 8 0 0 1 1 0 0 2 7 0 0 0 0 0 7 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 12 1 5 94 23.5 6 2 1 37 18.5 16 1 7 120 17.1 12 3 6 78 15.6 21 0 8 100 14.3 13 9 6 96 13.7 22 17 5 136 13.6 4 4 1 13 13.0 0 0 1 13 13.0 11 0 8 49 12.3 17 3 11 80 11.4 14 1 5 66 11.0 7 4 1 44 11.0 3 0 1 11 11.0 5 3 4 32 10.7 20 1 7 85 10.6 14 2 6 82 10.3 8 8 1 37 9.3 0 0 0 9 9.0 11 4 2 61 8.7 9 1 5 69 8.6 7 3 6 60 8.6 7 5 4 34 8.5 3 3 5 42 8.4 3 0 1 16 8.0 5 0 0 8 8.0 5 1 5 31 7.8 3 2 2 52 7.4 14 0 8 56 7.0 9 6 5 51 6.4 4 0 6 6 6.0 1 1 3 39 5.6 18 6 2 48 5.3 8 0 5 29 4.1 0 0 0 15 3.8 2 0 1 18 3.6 5 3 6 35 3.5 4 0 0 12 3.0 3 0 1 23 2.9 3 2 3 5 2.5 0 0 0 9 2.3 1 0 0 4 2.0 2 0 0 2 2.0 0 0 0 2 2.0 0 0 0 2 2.0 2 0 2 6 1.5 1 0 1 6 1.5 1 0 2 3 1.5 0 0 1 2 1.0 0 0 0 1 1.0 0 0 0 2 0.7 0 0 0 1 0.3 2 0 0 0 0.0 1 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0.0 1 0 0 0 0.0 0 1 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0.0 1 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0.0

NCAA Game-By-Game Date 3-16-95 3-11-99 3-13-99 3-18-99 3-20-99 3-16-00 3-18-00 3-23-00 3-16-01 3-18-01 3-23-01 3-14-02 3-20-03 3-22-03 3-18-04 3-20-04 3-17-05 3-19-05 3-16-06 3-18-06 3-23-06 3-15-07 3-21-08 3-19-09 3-21-09 3-27-09 3-19-10 3-21-10

Opponent w/l gu-opp fgm-fga pct. 3fg-3fga pct. ftm-fta pct. or dr reb pf a to blk stl Maryland (#3) L 63-87 23-57 .404 6-25 .240 11-16 .688 10 20 30 18 16 19 4 9 Minnesota (#7) W 75-63 25-55 .455 9-21 .429 16-23 .696 4 29 33 16 14 13 6 9 Stanford (#2) W 82-74 24-59 .407 11-20 .550 23-32 .719 14 33 47 22 17 12 1 5 Florida (#6) W 73-72 25-55 .455 12-22 .545 11-18 .611 8 19 27 21 18 17 2 10 Connecticut (#1) L 62-67 20-57 .351 5-21 .238 17-22 .773 13 20 33 23 10 11 5 8 Louisville (#7) W 77-66 24-42 .571 8-16 .500 21-29 .724 10 25 35 14 18 24 3 3 St. John’s (#2) W 82-76 26-56 .464 9-22 .409 21-29 .724 9 29 38 18 15 10 0 3 Purdue (#6) L 66-75 27-61 .443 5-20 .250 7-11 .636 13 20 33 22 17 10 4 7 Virginia (#5) W 86-85 30-59 .508 9-16 .563 17-27 .630 14 25 39 20 17 16 6 6 Indiana State (#13) W 85-68 30-52 .577 4-11 .364 21-24 .875 13 24 37 16 17 17 5 8 Michigan State (#1) L 62-77 22-58 .379 9-22 .409 9-13 .692 7 22 29 20 13 10 2 5 Wyoming (#11) L 66-74 19-71 .268 7-26 .269 21-27 .778 22 22 44 20 11 9 3 6 Cincinnati (#8) W 74-69 20-47 .426 6-14 .429 28-37 .757 8 28 36 15 12 12 2 2 34-77 .442 11-30 .367 16-21 .762 16 27 43 25 20 11 5 5 Arizona (#1) L 95-96 (2ot) Valparaiso (#15) W 76-49 29-54 .537 3-13 .231 15-25 .600 10 36 46 14 19 15 5 6 Nevada (#10) L 72-91 28-75 .373 3-22 .136 13-18 .722 19 20 39 23 9 10 1 4 Winthrop (#14) W 74-64 27-59 .458 5-16 .313 15-22 .682 11 29 40 14 13 10 5 5 Texas Tech (#6) L 69-71 29-62 .468 2-13 .154 9-18 .500 17 27 44 17 14 13 1 2 Xavier (#14) W 79-75 26-50 .520 6-12 .500 21-27 .778 8 25 33 25 11 10 4 4 Indiana (#6) W 90-80 28-61 .459 2-11 .182 32-41 .780 14 27 41 14 13 7 2 9 UCLA (#3) L 71-73 24-51 .471 3-10 .300 20-26 .769 11 26 37 22 14 17 4 3 Indiana (#6) L 57-70 23-58 .397 9-25 .360 15-16 .938 12 33 45 14 15 13 2 3 Davidson (#10) L 76-82 28-55 .509 12-27 .444 8-14 .571 11 23 34 19 14 19 1 11 Akron (#13) W 77-64 23-44 .523 5-15 .333 26-31 .839 7 27 34 18 15 8 5 5 Western Kentucky (#12) W 83-81 30-60 .500 9-21 .429 14-19 .737 9 21 33 12 18 11 4 4 North Carolina (#1) L 77-98 27-58 .466 7-23 .304 16-23 .699 4 27 31 19 10 12 5 6 Florida State (#9) W 67-60 21-42 .500 3-10 .300 22-30 .733 6 32 38 19 11 15 5 5 Syracuse (#1) W 65-87 25-60 .417 3-21 .143 12-20 .600 11 16 27 18 14 11 3 8

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2010-11 Opponents SOUTHERN Jaguars

Nov. 12 at Gonzaga 6 p.m. (KHQ-TV/FSN)

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Baton Rouge, Louisiana Enrollment: 7,500 Conference: Southwestern Athletic Colors: Columbia Blue and Gold Home Court (Capacity): F.G. Clark Activity Center (7,500) Chancellor: Dr. Kofi Lomotey Athletic Director: Greg LaFleur Athletics Phone: (225) 771-2712 MEDIA INFORMATION SID: Kevin Manns Work Phone: (225) 771-2601 FAX: (225) 771-2896 Email Address: kevinmanns@gmail.com Website: www.gojagsports.com

IUPUI Jaguars

Nov. 14 at Gonzaga 1 p.m. (KHQ-TV/FSN) O’Reilly Auto Parts CBE Classic Regional Round

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Nov. 16 at Gonzaga 8 p.m. (ESPN2) O’Reilly Auto Parts CBE Classic Regional Round

2009-10 NUMBERS 2009-10 Record: 5-25 Conference (Finish): 3-15 (3rd) Post-Season: DNP

TEAM INFORMATION Lettermen Returning/Lost: 7/3 Returning Starters: Brandon White, G, 6-3, Jr., 3.1 ppg Jameel Grace, G, 6-0, So., 3.7 ppg Quinton Doggett, F, 6-8, Jr., 5.3 ppg Julius Ingram, F, 6-6, Sr., 7.3 ppg SERIES INFORMATION Series Record: First Meeting

COACHING STAFF Head Coach: Ron Hunter Alma Mater/Year: Miami (Ohio), 1986 IUPUI Record (Years): 245-205* (16) Career Record (Years): Same Assistant Coaches: Todd Howard (Louisville, 1993) Matt Crenshaw (IUPUI, 2004) Basketball Phone: (317) 278-5247

TEAM INFORMATION Lettermen Returning/Lost: 9/4 Returning Starters: Alex Young, G/F, 6-6, Jr., 18.3 ppg Leroy Nobles, G, 6-5, Sr., 13.2 ppg John Ashworth, G, 6-3, Sr., 4.5 ppg SERIES INFORMATION Series Record: First Meeting

2009-10 NUMBERS 2009-10 Record: 25-11 Conference (Finish): 15-3 (2nd) Post-Season: CBI Second Round

* 39 wins vacated by the NCAA due to institutional violations

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: San Diego, California Enrollment: 34,360 Conference: Mountain West Colors: Scarlet and Black Home Court (Capacity): Viejas Aztec at Aztec Bowl (12,414) President: Dr. Stephen Weber Athletic Director: Jim Sterk Athletics Phone: (619) 594-3019

COACHING STAFF Head Coach: Steve Fisher Alma Mater/Year: Illinois State, 1967 SDSU Record (Years): 198-149 (11) Career Record (Years): 382-231 (19) Assistant Coaches: Brian Dutcher (Minnesota, 1982) Justin Hutson (CS Bakersfield, 1994) Mark Fisher (Michigan, 2001) Basketball Phone: (619) 594-6249

TEAM INFORMATION Lettermen Returning/Lost: 9/5 Returning Starters: Malcolm Thomas, F, 6-9, Sr., 10.9 ppg Kawhi Leonard, F, 6-7, So., 12.7 ppg Chase Tapley, G, 6-2, So., 7.6 ppg D.J. Gay, G, 6-0, Sr., 10.5 ppg Billy White, F, 6-8, Sr., 11.1 ppg

MEDIA INFORMATION SID: Mike May Work Phone: (619) 594-5547 FAX: (619) 582-6541 Press Row: (619) 265-5853 Email: mmay@mail.sdsu.edu Website: www.GoAztecs.com

2009-10 NUMBERS 2009-10 Record: 25-9 Conference (Finish): 11-5 (T-3rd) Post-Season: NCAA First Round

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Indianapolis, Indiana Enrollment: 30,566 Conference: The Summit League Colors: Red, Gold and Black Home Court (Capacity): The Jungle (1,215) Chancellor: Charles Bantz Athletic Director: Michael Moore Athletics Phone: (317) 278-5247 MEDIA INFORMATION SID: Ed Holdaway Work Phone: (317) 274-2725 FAX: (317) 274-0609 Email Address: eholdaway@iupui.edu Website: www.IUPUIJags.com

SAN DIEGO STATE Aztecs

COACHING STAFF Head Coach: Rob Spivery Alma Mater/Year: Ashland, 1972 IUPUI Record (Years): 53-100 (6) Career Record (Years): 357-380 (24) Assistant Coaches: Joe Proctor (Memphis State, 1971) Sheldon Jones (SUNO, 1995) Basketball Phone: (225) 771-2435

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SERIES INFORMATION Series Record: Gonzaga leads 1-0 At Gonzaga: 0-0 At San Diego: 0-0 Neutral Site: GU leads 1-0 Last Meeting: Dec. 19, 1959 - GU 72-69 (City of Roses Tournament) Last GU Win: 12-19-1959 (N), 72-69 Last GU Loss: N/A Current GU Streak: Won 1

2010-11 Opponents Nov. 22 at Kansas City, MO 6:30 p.m. PST (ESPN2) O’Reilly Auto Parts CBE Classic Championship Round

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Manhattan, Kansas Enrollment: 23,556 Conference: Big 12 Colors: Purple and White Home Court (Capacity): Bramlage Coliseum (12,528) President: Dr. Kirk H. Schulz Athletic Director: John Currie Athletics Phone: (785) 532-6910 MEDIA INFORMATION SID: Kenny Lannou Basketball SID: Tom Gilbert Work Phone: (785) 532-7979 FAX: (785) 532-6093 Press Row: (785) 532-3423 Email Address: tgilbert@kstatesports.com Website: www.k-statesports.com

DUKE Blue Devils

Nov. 23 at Kansas City, MO 4:45 or 7 p.m. PST (ESPNU / ESPN2) O’Reilly Auto Parts CBE Classic Championship Round

MARQUETTE Golden Eagles

Nov. 23 at Kansas City, MO 4:45 or 7 p.m. PST (ESPNU / ESPN2) O’Reilly Auto Parts CBE Classic Championship Round

COACHING STAFF Head Coach: Frank Martin Alma Mater/Year: Florida International, 1993 KSU Record (Years): 72-32 (3) Career Record (Years): Same Assistant Coaches: Dalonte Hill (Charlotte, 2001) Brad Underwood (Kansas State, 1986) Matt Figger (Eastern Kentucky, 1995) Basketball Phone: (785) 532-6531 2009-10 NUMBERS 2009-10 Record: 29-8 Conference (Finish): 11-5 (T-2nd) Post-Season: NCAA Elite Eight

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Durham, North Carolina Enrollment: 6,400 Conference: Atlantic Coast Colors: Duke Blue and White Home Court (Capacity): Cameron Indoor Stadium (9,314) President: Dr. Richard H. Brodhead Athletic Director: Kevin White Athletics Phone: (919) 684-2120

COACHING STAFF Head Coach: Mike Krzyzewski Alma Mater/Year: Army, 1969 DU Record (Years): 795-220 (30) Career Record (Years): 868-279 (35) Assistant Coaches: Steve Wojciechowski (Duke, 1998) Chris Collins (Duke, 1996) Nate James (Duke, 2001) Basketball Phone: (919) 613-7500

MEDIA INFORMATION SID: Mike Plizga Work Phone: (919) 668-1712 FAX: (919) 684-2489 Press Row: (919) 684-6186 Email Address: plizga@duaa.duke.edu Website: www.GoDuke.com

2009-10 NUMBERS 2009-10 Record: 35-5 Conference (Finish): 13-3 (T-1st) Post-Season: NCAA Champions

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Milwaukee, Wisconsin Enrollment: 11,689 Conference: BIG EAST Colors: Blue and Gold Home Court (Capacity): Bradley Center (18,600) President: Rev. Robert A. Wild, S.J. Athletic Director: Steve Cottingham Athletics Phone: (414) 288-6303

COACHING STAFF Head Coach: Buzz Williams Alma Mater/Year: Oklahoma City, 1994 MU Record (Years): 47-22 (2) Career Record (Years): 61-39 (3) Assistant Coaches: Tony Benford (Texas Tech, 1992) Aki Collins (Clark Atlantic, 1997) Scott Monarch (MVSU, 1986) Basketball Phone: (414) 288-7130

MEDIA INFORMATION Basketball SID: Scott Kuykendall Work Phone: (414) 288-4794 FAX: (414) 288-6519 Press Row: (414) 227-0580 Email Address: scott.kuykendall@mu.edu Website: www.GoMarquette.com

2009-10 NUMBERS 2009-10 Record: 22-12 Conference (Finish): 11-7 (5th) Post-Season: NCAA First Round

TEAM INFORMATION Lettermen Returning/Lost: 9/4 Returning Starters: Jacob Pullen, G, 6-0, Sr., 19.3 ppg Curtis Kelly, F, 6-8, Sr., 11.5 ppg SERIES INFORMATION Series Record: Kansas State leads 1-0 At Gonzaga: 0-0 At Manhattan: KSU leads 1-0 Neutral Site: 0-0 Last Meeting: Mar. 22, 1994 (A) - KSU 66, GU 64 (NIT Second Round) Last GU Win: N/A Last GU Loss: 3-22-94 (A), 66-64 (NIT Second Round) Current GU Streak: Lost 1

TEAM INFORMATION Lettermen Returning/Lost: 7/5 Returning Starters: Nolan Smith, G, 6-2, Sr., 17.4 ppg Kyle Singler, F, 6-8, Sr., 17.7 ppg SERIES INFORMATION Series Record: Duke leads 2-0 At Gonzaga: 0-0 At Durham: 0-0 Neutral Site: Duke leads 2-0 2009-10 Meeting: Dec. 19, 2009 (N) – DU 76, GU 41 Aeropostle Classic - New York, NY Last GU Win: N/A Last GU Loss: 12-19-09 (N), 76-41 Aeropostle Classic - New York, NY Current GU Streak: Lost 2

TEAM INFORMATION Lettermen Returning/Lost: 8/5 Returning Starters: Jimmy Butler, G/F, 6-7, Sr., 14.7 ppg Darius Johnson-Odom, G, 6-2, Sr., 13.0 ppg SERIES INFORMATION Series Record: Series Tied 1-1 At Gonzaga: N/A At Milwaukee: Gonzaga leads 1-0 Neutral Site: Marquette leads 1-0 Last Meeting: Nov. 24, 2001 (A), MU 72, GU 63 (Great Alaska Shootout - Anchorage, AK) Last GU Win: 12-29-85 (A), 60-54 (Milwaukee Classic - Milwaukee, WI) Last GU Loss: 11-24-01 (N), 72-63 (Great Alaska Shootout - Anchorage, AK) Current GU Streak: Lost 1

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2010-11 Opponents EASTERN WASHINGTON Eagles Nov. 30 at Gonzaga 6 p.m. (KHQ-TV/FSN)

ILLINOIS Fighting Illini Dec. 4 at Seattle, WA 2 p.m. (ESPN) Battle in Seattle

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Cheney, Washington Enrollment: 11,504 Conference: Big Sky Colors: Red and White Home Court (Capacity): Reese Court (6,000) President: Dr. Rodolfo Arevalo Athletic Director: Bill Chaves Athletics Phone: (509) 359-2463

COACHING STAFF Head Coach: Kirk Earlywine Alma Mater/Year: Campbell, 1987 EWU Record (Years): 23-37 (2) Career Record (Years): 44-45 (3) Assistant Coaches: Jamie Matthews (Ball State, 1993) Rachi Wortham (EWU, 2006) Shantay Legans (Fresno State, 2004) Basketball Phone: (509) 359-2497

MEDIA INFORMATION SID: Dave Cook Work Phone: (509) 359-6334 FAX: (509) 359-2828 Press Row: (509) 359-6331 Email Address: dcook@ewu.edu Website: www.goeags.com

2009-10 NUMBERS 2009-10 Record: 9-21 Conference (Finish): 5-11 (7th) Post-Season: DNP

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Urbana-Champaign, Illinois Enrollment: 41,918 Conference: Big Ten Colors: Orange and Blue Home Court (Capacity): Assembly Hall (16,618) President: Michael J. Hogan Athletic Director: Ron Guenther Athletics Phone: (217) 333-3631

COACHING STAFF Head Coach: Bruce Weber Alma Mater/Year: Wisconsin-Milwaukee, 1978 UI Record (Years): 173-72 (7) Career Record (Years): 276-126 (12) Assistant Coaches: Wayne McClain (Bradley, 1977) Jay Price (Kansas, 1991) Jerrance Howard (Illinois, 2004) Basketball Phone: (217) 333-3400

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MEDIA INFORMATION SID: Kent Brown Basketball SID: Derrick Burson Work Phone: (217) 333-1391 FAX: (217) 5540 Press Row: (217) 333-1227 Email Address: burson@illinois.edu Website: www.fightingillini.com

WASHINGTON STATE Cougars Dec. 8 at Pullman, WA 8 p.m. (FSN)

*Division I Only

2009-10 NUMBERS 2009-10 Record: 21-15 Conference (Finish): 10-8 (5th) Post-Season: NIT Quarterfinals

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Pullman, Washington Enrollment: 25,135 Conference: Pacific-10 Colors: Crimson and Gray Home Court (Capacity): Friel Court (11,671) President: Dr. Elson S. Floyd Athletic Director: Bill Moos Athletics Phone: (509) 335-0311

COACHING STAFF Head Coach: Ken Bone Alma Mater/Year: Seattle Pacific, 1983 WSU Record (Years): 16-15 (1) Career Record (Years): 351-182 (18) Assistant Coaches: Curtis Allen (Washington, 2005) Jeff Hironaka (Eastern Oregon, 1980) Ben Johnson (UW-Green Bay, 1992) Basketball Phone: (509) 335-0240

MEDIA INFORMATION SID: Bill Stevens Basketball SID: Jessica Schmick Work Phone: (509) 335-0255 FAX: (509) 335-0267 Press Row: (509) 335-2684 Email Address: Jessica_schmick@wsu.edu Website: www.wsucougars.com

2009-10 NUMBERS 2009-10 Record: 17-16 Conference (Finish): 8-10 (10th) Post-Season: DNP

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TEAM INFORMATION Lettermen Returning/Lost: 4/7 Returning Starters: Glen Dean, G, 5-10, So., 12.2 ppg Jeffrey Forbes, G, 5-10, So., 11.0 ppg Kevin Winford, G, 5-11, So., 6.9 ppg SERIES INFORMATION Series Record: Gonzaga leads 52-7 At Gonzaga: GU leads 19-2* At Cheney: GU leads 18-5* Neutral Site: GU leads 13-0* 2009-10 Meeting: Dec. 28, 2009 (H) – GU 94, EWU 52 Last GU Win: 12-28-09 (H), 94-52 Last GU Loss: 1-8-89 (H), 70-55 Current GU Streak: Won 22

TEAM INFORMATION Lettermen Returning/Lost: 7/4 Returning Starters: Demetri McCamey, G, 6-3, Sr., 15.1 ppg Mike Tisdale, C, 6-3, Sr., 11.9 ppg Mike Davis, F, 6-9, Sr., 10.7 SERIES INFORMATION Series Record: Illinois leads 2-1 At Gonzaga: N/A At Urbana-Champaign: Illinois leads 1-0 Neutral Site: Tied 1-1 2009-10 Meeting: Jan. 2, 2010 (N), GU 85-83 (ot) (Chicago, IL) Last GU Win: 1-2-10 (N), 85-83 (ot) Last GU Loss: 11-27-01 (N), 89-72 (Wooden Tradition - Indianapolis, IN) Current GU Streak: Won 1

TEAM INFORMATION Lettermen Returning/Lost: 9/6 Returning Starters: DeAngelo Casto, F, 6-8, Jr., 10.7 ppg Abe Lodwick, F/G, 6-7, RS-Jr., 2.5 ppg Marcus Capers, G, 6-4, Jr., 6.9 ppg SERIES INFORMATION Series Record: WSU leads 97-48 (all-time) At Gonzaga: WSU leads 10-8 (Div. I only) At Pullman: WSU leads 13-7 (Div. I only) Neutral Site: WSU leads 13-3 (Div. I only) 2009-10 Meeting: Dec. 2, 2009 (H) – GU 74, WSU 69 Last GU Win: 12-2-09 (H), 74-69 Last GU Loss: 12-5-07 (H), 51-47 Current GU Streak: Won 2

2010-11 Opponents Dec. 11 at South Bend, IN 5:30 p.m. PST (ESPN2)

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Notre Dame, Indiana Enrollment: 11,733 Conference: BIG EAST Colors: Gold and Blue Home Court (Capacity): Purcell Pavilion at the Joyce Center (9,149) President: Rev. John I. Jenkins, C.S.C. Athletic Director: Jack Swarbrick Athletics Phone: (574) 631-6107 MEDIA INFORMATION SID: John Heisler Basketball SID: Bernadette Cafarelli Work Phone: (574) 631-7516 FAX: (574) 631-7941 Press Row: (574) 631-5309 Email Address: cafarelli.1@nd.edu Website: www.und.com

LEWIS-CLARK STATE Warriors Dec. 16 at Gonzaga 6 p.m. (KHQ-TV/FSN)

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Lewiston, Idaho Enrollment: 4,542 Conference: Frontier (NAIA Division I) Colors: Navy Blue, White and Red Home Court (Capacity): Activity Center/Harris Field Interim President: J. Anthony Fernandez Athletic Director: Gary Picone Athletics Phone: (208) 792-2801 MEDIA INFORMATION SID: Bert Sahlberg Work Phone: (208) 792-2200 FAX: (208) 792-2731 Email Address: bhsahlberg@lcsc.edu Website: www.lcsc.com/athletics

BAYLOR Bears Dec. 18 at Dallas, Texas 1:30 p.m. PST American Airlines Arena (ESPN2)

COACHING STAFF Head Coach: Mike Brey Alma Mater/Year: George Washington, 1982 UND Record (Years): 211-113 (10) Career Record (Years): 310-165 (10) Assistant Coaches: Anthony Solomon (Virginia, 1987) Rod Balanis (Georgia Tech, 1993) Martin Ingelsby (Notre Dame, 2001) Basketball Phone: (574) 631-6225

TEAM INFORMATION Lettermen Returning/Lost: 10/4 Returning Starters: Tim Abromaitus, F, 6-8, Gr., 16.1 ppg Ben Hansbrough, F, 6-3, Sr., 12.0 ppg Tyrone Nash, F, 6-8, Sr., 7.8 ppg SERIES INFORMATION Series Record: First Meeting

2009-10 NUMBERS 2009-10 Record: 23-12 Conference (Finish): 10-8 (T-7th) Post-Season: NCAA First Round

COACHING STAFF Head Coach: Tim Walker Alma Mater: Rocky Mountain College LCSC Record (Years): 85-62 (5) Career Record (Years): 157-117 (10) Assistant Coaches: Austin Johnson (Oklahoma Wesleyan, 2008) Basketball Phone: (208) 792-2865 2009-10 NUMBERS 2009-10 Record: 14-15 Conference (Finish): 5-9 (6th) Post-Season: DNP

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Waco, Texas Enrollment: 14,900 Conference: Big 12 Colors: Green and Gold Home Court (Capacity): Ferrell Center (10,284) President: Ken Starr Athletic Director: Ian McCaw Athletics Phone: (254) 710-1234

COACHING STAFF Head Coach: Scott Drew Alma Mater/Year: Butler, 1993 BU Record (Years): 109-103 (7) Career Record (Years): 129-114 (8) Assistant Coaches: Mark Morefield (Valparaiso, 1998) Jerome Tang (Charter Oak State, 2007) Paul Mills (Texas A&M, 1996) Basketball Phone: (254) 710-3096

MEDIA INFORMATION SID: Heath Nielsen Basketball SID: Chris Yandle Work Phone: (254) 710-3638 FAX: (254) 710-1369 Email Address: christopher_yandle@baylor.edu Website: www.BaylorBears.com

2009-10 NUMBERS 2009-10 Record: 28-8 Conference (Finish): 11-5 (t-2nd) Post-Season: NCAA Elite Eight

TEAM INFORMATION Lettermen Returning/Lost: 3/7 Returning Starters: Jared Giammona, G, 6-0, Sr., 7.0 ppg SERIES INFORMATION Series Record: Gonzaga leads 8-0 At Gonzaga: 8-0 At Lewiston: 0-0 Neutral Site: 0-0 Last Meeting: Dec. 23, 1988 (H) – GU 101, LCSC 65 Last GU Win: 12-23-88 (H), 101-65 Last GU Loss: N/A Current GU Streak: Won 8

TEAM INFORMATION Lettermen Returning/Lost: 8/4 Returning Starters: LaceDarius Dunn, G, 6-4, Sr., 19.6 ppg Anthony Jones, F, 6-10, Jr., 6.2 ppg

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NOTRE DAME Fighting Irish

SERIES INFORMATION Series Record: Gonzaga leads 2-0 At Gonzaga: 0-0 At Waco: 0-0 Neutral Site: 2-0 Last Meeting: Nov. 15, 2006 (N) – GU 78, BU 69 (Dick’s Sporting Goods NIT West Region Spokane, WA) Last GU Win: 11-15-06 (N), 78-69 Last GU Loss: N/A Current GU Streak: Won 2

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2010-11 Opponents XAVIER Musketeers Dec. 22 at Gonzaga 8 p.m. (ESPN2)

LAFAYETTE Leopards

COACHING STAFF Head Coach: Chris Mack Alma Mater/Year: Xavier, 1992 Xavier Record (Years): 26-9 (1) Career Record (Years): Same Assistant Coaches: Pat Kelsey (Xavier, 1998) Travis Steele (Butler, 2004) Rasheen Davis (St. Thomas Auquinas, 2002) Basketball Phone: (513) 745-3417

MEDIA INFORMATION SID: Tom Eiser Work Phone: (513) 745-3124 FAX: (513) 745- 2825 Press Row: (513) 745-3929 Email Address: eiser@xavier.edu Website: www.goxavier.com

2009-10 NUMBERS 2009-10 Record: 26-9 Conference (Finish): 14-2 (T-1st) Post-Season: NCAA Sweet Sixteen

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Easton, Pennsylvania Enrollment: 2,403 Conference: Patriot League Colors: Maroon and White Home Court (Capacity): Allan P. Kirby Sports Center (3,500) President: Daniel H. Weiss Athletic Director: Bruce McCutcheon Athletics Phone: (610) 330-5470

COACHING STAFF Head Coach: Fran O’Hanlon Alma Mater/Year: Villanova, 1970 Lafayette Record (Years): 216-223 (15) Career Record (Years): Same Assistant Coaches: Josh Loeffler (Swarthmore, 2003) Pat Doherty (Lafayette, 2004) Donovan Williams (Park, 2008) Basketball Phone: (610) 330-5475

MEDIA INFORMATION SID: Philip J. LaBella Work Phone: (610) 330-5122 FAX: (610) 330-5519 Press Row: (610) 330-5454 Email Address: labellap@lafayette.edu Website: www.goleopards.com

2009-10 NUMBERS 2009-10 Record: 19-13 Conference (Finish): 8-6 (3rd) Post-Season: DNP

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Dec. 29 at Gonzaga 5:30 p.m. (KHQ-TV/Seattle TBA)

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Cinncinati, Ohio Enrollment: 6,700 Conference: Atlantic 10 Colors: Navy Blue, Gray and White Home Court (Capacity): Cintas Center (10,250) President: Michael J. Graham, S.J. Athletic Director: Mike Bobinski Athletics Phone: (513) 745-3413

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TEAM INFORMATION Lettermen Returning/Lost: 11/3 Returning Starters: Tu Holloway, G, 6-0, Jr., 12.1 ppg Jamel McLean, F, 6-8, Sr., 8.5 ppg Danté Jackson, G, 6-5, Sr., 3.2 ppg SERIES INFORMATION Series Record: Series tied 1-1 At Gonzaga: 0-0 At Cincinnati: 0-1 Neutral Site: GU leads 1-0 Last Meeting: March 16, 2006 (N) – GU 79, XU 75 NCAA Tournament - Salt Lake City Last GU Win: 3-16-06 (N), 79-75 NCAA Tournament - Salt Lake City Last GU Loss: 12-23-60 (A), 87-82 Current GU Streak: Won 1

TEAM INFORMATION Lettermen Returning/Lost: 12/3 Returning Starters: Jared Mintz, F, 6-9, Sr., 14.1 ppg Ryan Willen, F, 6-8, Jr., 13. 8 ppg Jim Mower, G, 6-3, Jr., 12.2 ppg SERIES INFORMATION Series Record: First Meeting

2010-11 Opponents Dec. 31 at Gonzaga 7 p.m. (ESPN2)

WAKE FOREST Demon Deacons Jan. 2 at Winston-Salem, NC 10 a.m. PST (FSN)

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Stillwater, Oklahoma Enrollment: 35,000 Conference: Big 12 Colors: Orange and Black Home Court (Capacity): Gallagher-Iba Arena (13,611) President: Burns Hargis Athletic Director: Mike Holder Athletics Phone: (405) 744-7714

COACHING STAFF Head Coach: Travis Ford Alma Mater/Year: Kentucky, 1994 OSU Record (Years): 45-23 (2) Career Record (Years): 235-169 (13) Assistant Coaches: Butch Pierre (Mississippi State, 1984) Chris Ferguson (Cumberland College, 1981) Steve Middleton (Southern Illinois, 1989) Basketball Phone: (405) 744-5845

MEDIA INFORMATION SID: Kevin Klintworth Basketball SID: Mike Noteware Work Phone: (405) 744-7756 FAX: (405) 744-7754 Press Row: (405) 744-5757 Email Address: mike.noteware@okstate.edu Website: www.okstate.com

2009-10 NUMBERS 2009-10 Record: 22-11 Conference (Finish): 9-7 (6th) Post-Season: NCAA First Round

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Winston-Salem, North Carolina Enrollment: 4,569 Conference: Atlantic Coast Colors: Old Gold and Black Home Court (Capacity): Lawrence Joel Veterans Memorial Coliseum (14,665) President: Dr. Nathan O. Hatch Athletic Director: Ron Wellman Athletics Phone: (336) 758-5616

COACHING STAFF Head Coach: Jeff Bzdelik Alma Mater/Year: Illinois-Chicago, 1976 WFU Record (Years): First Year Career Record (Years): 115-105 (7) Assistant Coaches: Jeff Battle (Marshall, 1985) Rusty LaRue (Wake Forest, 1996) Mark Pope (Kentucky, 1996) Basketball Phone: (336) 758-5622

MEDIA INFORMATION SID: Steve Shutt Basketball SID: Scott Wortman Work Phone: (336) 758-6099 FAX: (336) 758-5140 Press Row: (336) 727-2945 Email Address: wortmasm@wfu.edu Website: www.wakeforestsports.com

PORTLAND Pilots Jan. 8 at Gonzaga 5:30 p.m. (KAYU/FSN) Feb. 3 at Portland, OR 8 p.m. (ESPN2)

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Portland, Oregon Enrollment: 3,600 Conference: West Coast Colors: Purple and White Home Court (Capacity): Chiles Center (5,000) President: Rev. E. William Beauchamp, C.S.C. Athletic Director: Larry Williams Athletics Phone: (503) 943-7117 MEDIA INFORMATION SID: Jason Brough Work Phone: (503) 943-8439 FAX: (503) 943-7242 Press Row: (503) 943-7527 Email Address: brough@up.edu Website: www.portlandpilots.com

2009-10 NUMBERS 2009-10 Record: 20-11 Conference (Finish): 9-7 (T-5th) Post-Season: NCAA Second Round

COACHING STAFF Head Coach: Eric Reveno Alma Mater/Year: Stanford, 1989 UP Record (Years): 58-69 (4) Career Record (Years): Same Assistant Coaches: Joel Sobotka (Arizona State, 1993) Eric Jackson (UW-Green Bay, 2000) Michael Wolf (Tufts, 1994) Basketball Phone: (503) 943-7711 2009-10 NUMBERS 2009-10 Record: 21-11 Conference (Finish): 10-4 (3rd) Post-Season: CollegeInsider.com First Round

TEAM INFORMATION Lettermen Returning/Lost: 9/3 Returning Starters: Keiton Page, G, 5-9, So., 10.7 ppg Ray Penn, G, 5-9, So., 7.8 ppg SERIES INFORMATION Series Record: Gonzaga leads 3-0 At Gonzaga: 1-0 At Stillwater: 0-0 Neutral Site: Gonzaga leads 2-0 Last Meeting: Nov. 27, 2008 (N) – GU 83, OSU 71 Old Spice Classic - Lake Buena Vista, FL Last GU Win: 11-27-08 (N), 83-71 Old Spice Classic - Lake Buena Vista, FL Last GU Loss: N/A Current GU Streak: Won 3

TEAM INFORMATION Lettermen Returning/Lost: 5/5 Returning Starters: C.J. Harris, G, 6-3, So., 9.9 ppg SERIES INFORMATION Series Record: Wake Forest leads 1-0 At Gonzaga: 0-1 At Winston-Salem: 0-0 Neutral Site: 0-0 2009-10 Meeting: Dec. 5, 2009 (H) – WF 77, GU 75 Last GU Win: N/A Last GU Loss: 12-5-09 (H), 77-75 Current GU Streak: Lost 1

TEAM INFORMATION Lettermen Returning/Lost: 6/6 Returning Starters: Jared Strohl, G, 6-1, Sr., 11.5 ppg Kramer Knutson, C, 6-9, 4.7 ppg SERIES INFORMATION Series Record: Gonzaga leads 85-65 At Gonzaga: GU leads 31-6 (Div. I only) At Portland: GU leads 25-22 (Div. I only) Neutral Site: UP leads 8-7 (Div. I only) 2009-10 Meetings: Jan. 9, 2010 (A) – GU 81, UP 78 Feb. 4, 2010 (H) – GU 76, UP 49 Last GU Win: 2-4-10 (H), 76-49 Last GU Loss: 2-19-03 (H), 72-68 Current GU Streak: Won 12

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2010-11 Opponents PEPPERDINE Waves Jan. 13 at Gonzaga 6 p.m. (KHQ/Seattle TBA) Feb. 12 at Malibu, CA TBA (KAYU-TV/FSN)

LOYOLA MARYMOUNT Lions

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Jan. 15 at Gonzaga 5 p.m. (KHQ/FSN) Feb. 10 at Los Angeles, CA, 8 p.m. (ESPN2)

SANTA CLARA Broncos Jan. 20 at Santa Clara, CA, 6 p.m. (ESPNU) Feb. 17 at Gonzaga 6 p.m. (KHQ-TV/Seattle TBA)

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Malibu, California Enrollment: 8,000 Conference: West Coast Colors: Blue, Orange and White Home Court (Capacity): Firestone Fieldhouse (3,104) President: Andrew K. Benton Athletic Director: Dr. John Watson Athletics Phone: (310) 506-4150

COACHING STAFF Head Coach: Tom Asbury Alma Mater/Year: Wyoming, 1968 PU Record (Years): 141-106 (8) Career Record (Years): 226-194 (14) Assistant Coaches: Marty Wilson (Pepperdine, 1989) Damin Lopez (Pepperdine, 1994) Will Kimble (Pepperdine, 2004) Basketball Phone: (310) 506-4161

MEDIA INFORMATION SID: Roger Horne Work Phone: (310) 506-4455 FAX: (310) 506-4322 Press Row: (310) 456-5050 Email Address: roger.horne@pepperdine.edu Website: www.pepperdinesports.com

2009-10 NUMBERS 2009-10 Record: 7-24 Conference (Finish): 3-11 (t-6th) Post-Season: DNP

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Los Angeles, California Enrollment: 8,845 Conference: West Coast Colors: Crimson and Navy Home Court (Capacity): Gersten Pavilion (4,156) Interim President: David Burcham Athletic Director: Dr. William Husak Athletic Phone: (310) 338-2765

COACHING STAFF Head Coach: Max Good Alma Mater/Year: Sacred Heart, 1985 LMU Record (Years): 21-41 (2) Career Record (Years): 263-264 (16) Assistant Coaches: Myke Scholl (Ohio Wesleyan, 1991) Jason Levy (CS Northridge, 1993) Chris Farr (CS Hayward, 1996) Basketball Phone: (310) 338-4530

MEDIA INFORMATION SID: John Shaffer Work Phone: (310) 338-7643 FAX: (310) 338-2703 Press Row: (310) 258-8733 Email Address: jshaffer@lmumail.lmu.edu Website: www.lmulions.com

2009-10 NUMBERS 2009-10 Record: 18-16 Conference (Finish): 7-7 (t-4th) Post-Season: DNP

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Santa Clara, California Enrollment: 8,685 Conference: West Coast Colors: Red and White Home Court (Capacity): Leavey Center (4,700) President: Rev. Michael Engh, S.J. Athletic Director: Dan Coonan Athletics Phone: (408) 554-4063

COACHING STAFF Head Coach: Kerry Keating Alma Mater/Year: Seton Hall, 1993 SCU Record (Years): 42-54 (3) Career Record (Years): Same Assistant Coaches: Dustin Kerns (Clemson, 2002) San Scholl (San Diego, 2001) James Ware (Texas Tech, 2000) Basketball Phone: (408) 554-4692

MEDIA INFORMATION SID: Michelle Schmitt Work Phone: (408) 554-2114 FAX: (408) 554-6942 Press Row: (408) 554-4655 Email Address: mschmitt@scu.edu Website: www.santaclarabroncos.com

2009-10 NUMBERS 2009-10 Record: 11-21 Conference (Finish): 3-11 (7th) Post-Season: DNP

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TEAM INFORMATION Lettermen Returning/Lost: 13/2 Returning Starters: Keion Bell, G, 6-3, Jr., 18.5 ppg Taylor Darby, F, 6-8, Jr., 6.0 ppg Jonathan Dupré, F, 6-8. Sr., 6.6 ppg Lorne Jackson, G, 6-2, Jr., 8.1 ppg Mychel Thompson, F, 6-7, Jr., 11.8 ppg SERIES INFORMATION Series Record: Gonzaga leads 38-31 At Gonzaga: GU leads 19-12 At Malibu: PEP leads 17-14 Neutral Site: GU leads 5-2 2009-10 Meetings: Jan. 21, 2010 (H) – GU 91, PEP 84 Feb. 10, 2009 (A) – GU 72, PEP 54 Last GU Win: 2-10-10 (A), 72-54 Last GU Loss: 1-18-02 (A), 88-79 Current GU Streak: Won 18

TEAM INFORMATION Lettermen Returning/Lost: 11/3 Returning Starters: Jarred DuBois, G., 6-3, Jr., 12.3 ppg Ashley Hamilton, F, 6-7, So., 8.6 ppg Vernon Teel, G, 6-4, Sr., 15.4 ppg Drew Viney, F, 6-7, Jr., 16.7 ppg SERIES INFORMATION Series Record: Gonzaga leads 54-21 At Gonzaga: GU leads 28-6 At Los Angeles: GU leads 19-14 Neutral Site: GU leads 6-2 2009-10 Meetings: Jan. 23, 2010 (H) – GU 85-69 Feb. 18, 2010 (A) – LMU 74, GU 66 Mar. 7, 2010 (N) – GU 77, LMU 62 (WCC Tournament Semifinal) Last GU Win: 3-7-10 (N), 77-62 Last GU Loss: 2-18-10 (A), 77-62 Current GU Streak: Won 1 TEAM INFORMATION Lettermen Returning/Lost: 12/1 Returning Starters: Marc Trasolini, F, 6-9, Jr., 13.7 ppg Robert Smith, G, 6-0, So., 12.1 ppg Michael Santos, G, 6-5, Sr., 6.3 ppg Ben Dowdell, F, 6-7, Sr., 6.3 ppg Troy Payne, F, 6-6, Sr., 4.4 ppg SERIES INFORMATION Series Record: Gonzaga leads 44-30 At Gonzaga: GU leads 23-7 At Santa Clara: SCU leads 23-13 Neutral Site: GU leads 7-1 2009-10 Meetings: Jan. 28, 2010 (A) - GU 71, SCU 64 Feb. 25, 2010 (H) – GU 88, SCU 51 Last GU Win: 2-25-10 (H), 88-51 Last GU Loss: 2-12-07 (H), 84-73 Current GU Streak: Won 6

2010-11 Opponents Jan. 22 at San Francisco, CA, 5 p.m. (KHQ-TV/FSN) Feb. 19 at Gonzaga 5 p.m. (KHQ-TV/FSN)

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: San Francisco, California Enrollment: 8,200 Conference: West Coast Colors: Green and Gold Home Court (Capacity): War Memorial Gymnasium (4,800) President: Rev. Stephen Privett, S.J. Interim Athletic Director: Dr. Gary Nelson Athletic Phone: (415) 422-6891 MEDIA INFORMATION SID: Ryan McCrary Work Phone: (415) 422-6162 FAX: (415) 422-2510 Press Row: (415) 422-2919 Email Address: mccrary@usfca.edu Website: www.usfdons.com

SAINT MARY’S Gaels Jan. 27 at Gonzaga 8 p.m. (ESPN2) Feb. 24 at Moraga, CA 8 p.m. (ESPN2)

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Moraga, California Enrollment: 3,916 Conference: West Coast Colors: Navy Blue and Red Home Court (Capacity): McKeon Pavilion (3,500) President: Bro. Ronald Gallagher, FSC, Ph.D. Athletic Director: Mark Orr Athletics Phone: (925) 631-4399 MEDIA INFORMATION SID: Rich Davi Work Phone: (925) 631-4402 FAX: (925) 631-4405 Press Row: (925) 376-3906 Email Address: rdavi@stmarys-ca.edu Website: www.smcgaels.com

SAN DIEGO Toreros Jan. 29 at Gonzaga 5 p.m. (KHQ-TV/FSN) Feb. 26 at San Diego, CA, 6 p.m. (KHQ-TV/FSN)

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: San Diego, California Enrollment: 7,800 Conference: West Coast Colors: Torrero Blue, Navy and White Home Court (Capacity): Jenny Craig Pavilion (5,100) President: Dr. Mary Lyons Exec. Director of Athletics: Ky Snyder Athletic Phone: (619) 260-4803 MEDIA INFORMATION SID: Ted Gosen Work Phone: (619) 260-4745 FAX: (619) 260-2990 Press Row: (619) 767-3928 Email Address: tgosen@sandiego.edu Website: www.usdtoreros.com

COACHING STAFF Head Coach: Rex Walters Alma Mater/Year: Kansas, 1993 USF Record (Years): 23-37 (2) Career Record (Years): 54-70 (4) Assistant Coaches: Danny Yoahikawa (UC Davis, 1997) Michael Lee (Kansas, 2005) Justin Bauman (Kansas, 2004) Basketball Phone: (415) 422-6950 2009-10 NUMBERS 2009-10 Record: 12-18 Conference (Finish): 7-7 (4th) Post-Season: DNP

COACHING STAFF Head Coach: Randy Bennett Alma Mater/Year: UC San Diego, 1986 SMC Record (Years): 183-103 (9) Career Record (Years): Same Assistant Coaches: David Patrick (Louisiana-Lafayette, 2003) Rick Croy (San Francisco State, 1999) Eran Ganot (Swarthmore, 2003) Basketball Phone: (925) 631-8228 2009-10 NUMBERS 2009-10 Record: 28-6 Conference (Finish): 11-3 (2nd) Post-Season: NCAA Sweet 16

COACHING STAFF Head Coach: Bill Grier Alma Mater/Year: Oregon, 1990 USD Record (Years): 49-51 (3) Career Record (Years): Same Assistant Coaches: Bill Carr (San Francisco, 1987) Mike Burns (Central Washington, 1997) Kyle Bankhead (Gonzaga, 2004) Basketball Phone: (619) 260-4829 2009-10 NUMBERS 2009-10 Record: 11-21 Conference (Finish): 3-11 (6th) Post-Season: DNP

TEAM INFORMATION Lettermen Returning/Lost: 5/8 Returning Starters: Perris Blackwell, F, 6-8, So., 6.2 ppg Angelo Caloiaro, F, 6-7, Jr., 8.9 ppg Moustapha Diarra, C, 6-10, Sr., 6.4 ppg Rashad Green, G, 6-4, Jr., 6.6 ppg Michael Williams, G, 6-0, So., 5.5 ppg SERIES INFORMATION Series Record: Gonzaga leads 40-21 At Gonzaga: GU leads 25-2 At San Francisco: USF leads 17-14 Neutral Site: USF leads 3-0 2009-10 Meetings: Jan. 30, 2010 (A) – USF 81, GU 77 (ot) Feb. 27, 2010 (H) – GU 75, USF 69 Last GU Win: 2-27-10 (H), 75-69 Last GU Loss: 1-30-10 (A), 81-77 (ot) Current GU Streak: Won 1

TEAM INFORMATION Lettermen Returning/Lost: 9/4 Returning Starters: Mickey McConnell, G, 6-2, Sr., 13.8 ppg Matthew Dellavedova, G, 6-4, So., 12.1 ppg Clint Steindl, F, 6-7, Jr., 6.9 ppg SERIES INFORMATION Series Record: Gonzaga leads 51-24 At Gonzaga: GU leads 24-7 At Moraga: GU leads 18-16 Neutral Site: GU leads 9-1 2009-10 Meetings: Jan. 14, 2010 (A) – GU 89, SMC 82 Feb. 11, 2010 (H) – GU 80, SMC 61 Mar. 8, 2010 (N) - SMC 81, GU 62 (WCC Championship - Las Vegas, NV) Last GU Win: 2-11-10 (H), 80-61 Last GU Loss: 3-8-10 (N) 81-62 (WCC Tournament Championship) Current GU Streak: Lost 1 TEAM INFORMATION Lettermen Returning/Lost: 5/6 Returning Starters: Matt Dorr, G, 6-4, Sr., 5.7 ppg

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SAN FRANCISCO Dons

SERIES INFORMATION Series Record: Gonzaga leads 55-21 At Gonzaga: GU leads 27-6 At San Diego: GU leads 23-12 Neutral Site: GU leads 6-3 2009-10 Meetings: Jan. 16, 2010 (A) – GU 68, USD 50 Feb. 13, 2010 (H) – GU 82, USD 65 Last GU Win: 2-13-10 (H), 82-65 Last GU Loss: 3-10-08 (A) 69-62 (WCC Tournament Championship) Current GU Streak: Won 4

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2010-11 Opponents MEMPHIS Tigers Feb. 5 at Spokane Arena, 1 p.m. Ronald McDonald House Charities Classic (ESPN or ESPN2)

CSU BAKERSFIELD Roadrunners Feb. 28 at Gonzaga 6 p.m. (KHQ-TV/FSN)

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Memphis, Tennessee Enrollment: 20,700 Conference: Conference USA Colors: Royal Blue and Gray Home Court (Capacity): FedExForum (18,400) President: Dr. Shirley Raines Athletic Director: R. C. Johnson Athletics Phone: (901) 678-2335

COACHING STAFF Head Coach: Josh Pastner Alma Mater/Year: Arizona, 1998 Memphis Record (Years): 24-10 (1) Career Record (Years): Same Assistant Coaches: Glynn Cyprien (Texas-San Antonio, 2004) Jack Murphy (Arizona, 2002) Willis Wilson (Rice, 1982) Basketball Phone: (901) 678-2346

MEDIA INFORMATION SID: Jennifer Rodrigues Basketball SID: Lamar Chance Work Phone: (901) 678-2349 FAX: (901) 678-4134 Press Row: (901) 205-2758 Email Address: lchance1@memphis.edu Website: www.gotigersgo.com

2009-10 NUMBERS 2009-10 Record: 24-10 Conference (Finish): 13-3 (2nd) Post-Season: NIT Second Round

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Bakersfield, California Enrollment: 8,000 Conference: Independent Colors: Blue and Gold Home Court (Capacity): Rabobank Arena (10,000) President: Dr. Horace Mitchell Athletic Director: Rudy Carvajal Athletics Phone: (661) 654-2188

COACHING STAFF Head Coach: Keith Brown Alma Mater/Year: Univ. of the Pacific, 1978 CSUB Record (Years): 59-86 (5) Career Record (Years): 100-194 (10) Assistant Coaches: Brian Dignan (BYU, 2000) John Mosley (The Master’s, 1996) Geoff Probst (San Diego, 1993) Basketball Phone: (661) 654-3094

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MEDIA INFORMATION SID: Kevin Gilmore Work Phone: (661) 654-6071 FAX: (661) 654-6978 Press Row: (661) 321-9773 Email Address: lkgilmore@csub.edu Website: www.gorunners.com

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2009-10 NUMBERS 2009-10 Record: 7-22 Post-Season: DNP

TEAM INFORMATION Lettermen Returning/Lost: 6/5 Returning Starters: Wesley Witherspoon, F-G, 6-9, Jr., 12.5 ppg Will Coleman, F, 6-9, Sr., 7.4 ppg Angel Garcia, F, 6-11, Jr., 6.8 ppg SERIES INFORMATION Series Record: Memphis leads 4-2 At Gonzaga: 0-0 At Memphis: Series tied 2-2 Neutral Site: Memphis leads 2-0 2009-10 Meeting: Feb. 6, 2010 (A) – GU 66, UM 58 Last GU Win: 2-6-10 (A), GU 66, UM 58 Last GU Loss: 2-7-09 (N) 68-50 Current GU Streak: Won 1

TEAM INFORMATION Lettermen Returning/Lost: 3/9 Returning Starters: Stephon Carter, G, 6-3, So., 13.0 ppg Donovan Bragg, G, 6-3, Sr., 9.5 ppg Donald Johnson, F, 6-8, Jr., 3.3 ppg SERIES INFORMATION Series Record: Gonzaga leads 1-0 At Gonzaga: 1-0 At Bakersfield: 0-0 Neutral Site: 0-0 2009-10 Meeting: Feb. 2, 2010 (H) – GU 78, CSB 59 Last GU Win: 2-2-10 (H), GU 78, CSB 59 Last GU Loss: N/A Current GU Streak: Won 1

gonzaga men’s basketball 2010-11

Gonzaga - Guard U. Gonzaga University has a long and storied history of guard play from the days of 2009 Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame inductee John Stockton to the more recent play of John Rille, who single-handedly shot the Bulldogs into the 1995 NCAA Tournament with his West Coast Conference Tournament record 94 points in three games; Matt Santangelo’s championship record 34 points in the 1999 WCC title game, and Dan Dickau who became the most decorated Gonzaga Bulldog in school history when he earned first-team All-America honors and was drafted in the first round of the 2002 NBA Draft. Blake Stepp became the latest in a long line of GU guards twice earning WCC Player of the Year honors, twice earning All-America honors and was drafted in the second round of the 2004 NBA Draft. Derek Raivio (2007) and Jeremy Pargo (2008) followed Stepp as WCC Players of the Year. Since joining the West Coast Conference for the 1979-80 season, Gonzaga has had 18 guards earn a total of 36 All-WCC honors, including three-time selections Jim McPhee (1987, 89-90), Matt Santangelo (1998-00), and two-time picks Jeremy Pargo (2007-08), Derek Raivio (2005, 2007) Dan Dickau (2001-02), Kyle Dixon (1995-96), Jarrod Davis (1991-92), Doug Spradley (1988-89), Blake Stepp (2003-04) and John Stockton (1983-84).

Career Assist Leaders 1. Matt Santangelo 2. Blake Stepp 3. Jeremy Pargo 4. John Stockton 5. Matt Bouldin 6. Derek Raivio 7. Geoff Goss 8. Don Baldwin 9. Jim McPhee 10. Kyle Dixon

668 640 589 554 444 356 324 313 304 303

(1997-00) (2001-04) (2006-09) (1981-84) (2007-10) (2004-07) (1991-94) (1977-81) (1986-90) (1995-96)

Single Season Assist Leaders 1. Matt Santangelo 2. Blake Stepp 3. John Stockton 4. Jeremy Pargo 5. Blake Stepp 6. Matt Santangelo John Stockton 8. Kyle Dixon 9. Jeremy Pargo 10. Jeremy Pargo

225 207 201 199 198 184 184 172 167 156

(1999-00) (2003-04) (1983-84) (2007-08) (2002-03) (1998-99) (1982-83) (1995-96) (2008-09) (2006-07)

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WCC Career Assist Leaders 1. Orlando Smart (USF) 902 (1990-94) 2. Terrell Lowery (LMU) 689 (1988-92) 3. Matt Santangelo (GON) 668 (1997-00) 4. Carl Ervin (SEA) 659 (1977-80) 5. Blake Stepp (GON) 640 (2001-04) 6. Keith Smith (LMU) 594 (1982-86) 7. Jeremy Pargo (GON) 589 (2006-09) 8. Darwin Cook (POR) 573 (1976-80) 9. John Stockton (GON) 554 (1980-84) 10. Adam Quick (POR) 529 (2001-04) 10. Brian Jones (SCU) 517 (1996-00) 11. Steve Nash (SCU) 510 (1993-96)

Assists In A Game 16 - Blake Stepp vs. Long Beach State (12-20-02) 13 - Jeremy Pargo vs. Virginia Tech (11-24-07) 13 - Derek Raivio vs. Montana (11-21-04) 13 - Blake Stepp vs. Idaho (11-21-03) 13 - Matt Santangelo vs. Loyola Mary. (2-11-00) 13 - John Stockton vs. Portland (2-11-84) 13 - John Stockton vs. San Diego (1-9-84) 13 - Ken Tyler vs. Montana State (2-1-75) 12 - Jeremy Pargo vs. Pepperdine (2-9-08) 12 - Dan Dickau vs. Saint Mary’s (1-13-01) 12 - Jamie Dudley vs. Fairfield (12-11-90) 12 - Jamie Dudley vs. Boston Univ. (12-29-90) 12 - Jim McPhee vs. Loyola Marymount (1-20-89) 12 - Jeff Condill vs. Saint Mary’s (1-25-86) 12 - John Stockton vs. Seattle Pacific (1-13-84) 12 - John Stockton vs. Loyola Marymount (3-3-83)

Career 3-Point Leaders 1. Blake Stepp 2. Richie Frahm 3. Matt Santangelo 4. Derek Raivo 5. John Rillie 6. Dan Dickau 7. Matt Bouldin 8. Kyle Bankhead 9. Derek Raivio 10. Jon Kinloch

288 280 252 243 230 188 187 169 158 157

(2001-04) (1996-00) (1996-00) (2004-07) (1993-95) (2001-02) (2007-10) (2001-04) (2004-07) (1993-96)

Season 3-Point Leaders 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Dan Dickau Blake Stepp John Rillie Richie Frahm John Rillie Richie Frahm Derek Raivo Blake Stepp Derek Raivio Richie Frahm

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(2002) (2003) (1995) (1999) (1994) (2000) (2007) (2004) (2005) (1998)

Individual 3-Point Game Highs FGM-FGA 9-12 Dan Dickau @ Loyola Mary. (1-19-02) 9-13 Dan Dickau @ Santa Clara (2-22-01) 8-11 Dan Dickau @ Portland (2-2-02) 8-11 Matt Santangelo @ Santa Clara (3-1-99) 8-11 Richie Frahm @ Memphis (11-16-98) 8-12 John Rillie vs. San Diego (3-4-95) 8-13 Adam Morrison vs. Loyola Mary. (2-18-06) 8-14 Jarrod Davis vs. Portland (1-16-91) 8-16 Richie Frahm vs. California (12-21-99) 8-17 Blake Stepp vs. San Diego (2-26-04) 7-9 John Rillie vs. New Hampshire (12-27-93) 7-10 John Rillie vs. Air Force (12-30-94) 7-11 Blake Stepp vs. Maryland (12-6-03) 7-11 Kyle Bankhead @ San Francisco (1-19-03) 7-11 John Rillie vs. San Francisco (2-23-95) 7-12 Steven Gray vs. Davidson (3-17-08) 7-12 Matt Bouldin vs. Washington St. (12-2-10) 7-12 John Rillie vs. Nevada (12-1-94) 7-13 Blake Stepp vs. Santa Clara (2-1-03) 7-13 Blake Stepp @ Portland (1-24-03) 7-13 Lorenzo Rollins @ San Francisco (2-15-96) 7-14 Derek Raivio vs. Texas (12-2-06) 7-14 Richie Frahm vs. Colorado (12-30-99) listed by percentage made - most recent in bold

Team 3-Point Shooting Year FGM-FGA (Pct.) 1987 34-91 (.374) 1988 * 76-163 (.466) 1989 * 119-262 (.454) 1990 * 94-216 (.435) 1991 128-344 (.372) 1992 * 112-270 (.415) 1993 * 127-314 (.404) 1994 * 186-460 (.404) 1995 * 232-573 (.405) 1996 158-439 (.360) 1997 138-387 (.357) 1998 * 274-678 (.404) 1999 * 291-730 (.399) 2000 * 260-715 (.364) 2001 * 245-606 (.404) 2002 * 237-606 (.391) 2003 239-635 (.376) 2004 195-491 (.397) 2005 153-403 (.380) 2006 182-500 (.364) 2007 * 230-583 (.395) 2008 220-586 (.375) 2009 251-643 (.390) 2010 182-516 (.353) * Led West Coast Conference

Record Book Name Points Years 1. Frank Burgess 2,196 3 2. Jim McPhee 2,015 5 3. Adam Morrison 1,867 3 4. Matt Santangelo 1,810 4 5. Ronny Turiaf 1,723 4 6. Matt Bouldin 1,683 4 7. Blake Stepp 1,670 4 8. Jeff Brown 1,646 3 9. Richie Frahm 1,621 4 10. Jerry Vermillion 1,547 4 11. Casey Calvary 1,509 4 12. Rich Evans 1,507 4 13. Derek Raivio 1,456 4 14. Gary Lechman 1,452 3 15. Doug Spradley 1,427 4 16. Bill Suter 1,354 4 17. Cory Violette 1,342 4 18. John Stockton 1,340 4 19. Jeremy Pargo 1,245 4 20. Bill Wilson 1,226 3 21. Josh Heytvelt 1,172 4 22. Matt Stanford 1,171 4 23. Greg Sten 1,168 3 24. Zach Gourde 1,145 4 25. Dan Dickau 1,125 2 26. Jack Curran 1,121 4 27. Frank Walter 1,083 4 28. Jon Kinloch 1,071 4 29. Bryce McPhee 1,060 5 30. Jarrod Davis 1,054 2 31. John Rillie 1,038 3 32. Jeff Condill 1,004 3

Top Single Season Scoring Averages Years Played 1959-61 1986-90 2004-06 1997-00 2002-05 2007-10 2001-04 1992-94 1997-00 1952-55 1998-01 1947-50 2004-07 1965-67 1986-89 1963-66 2001-04 1981-84 2006-09 1962-64 2006-09 1991-94 1971-73 2000-03 2001-02 1947-50 1947-50 1993-96 1981-85 1991-92 1993-95 1983-86

600 Career Rebound Club Name 1. Jerry Vermillion 2. Gary Lechman 3. Cory Violette 4. Ronny Turiaf 5. Greg Sten 6. Casey Calvary 7. Jim Dixon 8. Charlie Jordan 9. Jim Grady 10. Bill Quigg 11. Larry Brown

Total Rebounds Years 1,670 4 910 3 880 4 859 4 783 3 757 4 666 2 642 2 634 3 630 3 604 3

Years Played 1952-55 1965-67 2001-04 2002-05 1971-73 1998-01 1962-63 1958-59 1975-77 1969-71 1965-67

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 12. 13. 15.

Name Frank Burgess Frank Burgess Adam Morrison Jim McPhee Frank Burgess Gary Lechman Doug Spradley Gary Lechman Jerry Vermillion Bill Wilson Jeff Brown John Stockton Dan Dickau Bob Hunt Jim McPhee

AVG. Points 32.4 842 28.9 751 28.1 926 23.6 662 23.2 604 23.1 578 21.6 605 21.3 405 21.2 508 21.0 463 21.0 630 20.9 584 20.3 672 20.3 529 20.1 562

Year Games 1960-61 26 1959-60 26 2005-06 33 1989-90 28 1958-59 26 1966-67 25 1986-87 28 1965-66 19 1953-54 27 1963-64 22 1993-94 30 1983-84 28 2001-02 33 1961-62 26 1986-87 28

The 40 Point Club Bulldog Players with 40 or more points in a game 1. Frank Burgess 52 (18FG, 16FT) vs. UC Davis (1-26-61) 2. Jean Claude Lefebvre 50 (20FG, 10FT) vs. Whitworth (2-18-58) 3. Adam Morrison 44 (14FG#, 8FT) at Loyola Mary. (2-18-00) Frank Burgess 44 (17FG, 10FT) vs. Whitworth (12-12-60) Jerry Vermillion 44 (17FG, 10FT) vs. Whitman (12-16-53) 6. Adam Morrison 43 (18FG%, 6FT) at Washington (12-4-05) Adam Morrison 43 (14FG^, 11FT) vs. Michigan St. (11-22-05) 8. Adam Morrison 42 (14FG&, 12FT) vs. Portland (1-28-06) Frank Burgess 42 (13FG, 16FT) vs. Seattle (3-5-60) Jim McPhee 42 (18FG#, 4FT) vs. Loyola Mary. (1-19-90) Jim McPhee 42 (18FG, 6FT) vs. Loyola Mary (1-27-90) 12. Adam Morrison 41 (14FG~, 8FT) vs. San Francisco (1-23-06) Gary Lechman 41 (14FG, 13FT) vs. Idaho State (3-4-67) Frank Burgess 41 (13FG, 15FT) vs. Idaho State (12-9-60) Frank Burgess 41 (17FG, 7FT) vs. Whitworth (12-10-59) 16. Ronny Turiaf 40 (13FG, 14FT) vs. Idaho (11-24-04) Frank Burgess 40 (14FG, 12FT) vs. Portland (2-28-60) Frank Burgess 40 (14FG, 12FT) vs. Coll. of Idaho (12-2-60) Doug Spradley 40 (13FG*, 10FT) vs. Loyola Mary. (2-18-89) $ Includes eight 3-point field goals; % Includes one 3-point field goal; ^ Includes four 3-point field goals & Includes two 3-point field goals; ~ Includes five 3-point field goals; # Includes four 3-point field goals; * Includes two 3-point field goals

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Individual Season POINTS 1. Adam Morrison 2. Frank Burgess 3. Frank Burgess 4. Dan Dickau 5. Jim McPhee 6. Bakari Hendrix 7. J.P. Batista 8. Jeff Brown 9. Derek Raivio 10. Casey Calvary

926 (2005-06) 842 (1960-61) 751 (1959-60) 672 (2001-02) 662 (1989-90) 656 (1997-98) 636 (2005-06) 630 (1993-94) 613 (2006-07) 608 (2000-01)

FIELD GOALS MADE 1. Adam Morrison 2. Frank Burgess 3. Frank Burgess 4. Jim McPhee 5. Bakari Hendrix 6. J.P. Batista 7. Jeff Brown 8. Frank Burgess 9. John Stockton 10. Adam Morrison Casey Calvary

306 (2005-06) 304 (1960-61) 265 (1959-60) 242 (1989-90) 241 (1997-98) 234 (2005-06) 233 (1993-94) 231 (1958-59) 229 (1983-84) 226 (2004-05) 226 (2000-01)

Individual Career

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE 1. Derek Raivio 96.1 (2006-07) 2. Derek Raivio 91.2 (2005-06) 3. Derek Raivio 90.3 (2004-05) 4. Eddie White 89.2 (1979-80) 5. Jim McPhee 89.0 (1986-87) 6. Austin Daye 88.1 (2007-08) 7. John Rillie 87.9 (1994-95) 8. Jim McPhee 87.6 (1988-89) 9. John Brodsky 87.0 (1965-66) 10. Dan Dickau 86.5 (2000-01)

POINTS 1. Frank Burgess 2,196 (1959-61) 2. Jim McPhee 2,015 (1986-90) 3. Adam Morrison 1,867 (2004-06) 4. Matt Santangelo 1,810 (1997-00) 5. Ronny Turiaf 1,723 (2002-05) 6. Matt Bouldin 1,683 (2007-10) 7. Blake Stepp 1,670 (2001-04) 8. Jeff Brown 1,646 (1992-94) 9. Richie Frahm 1,621 (1997-00) 10. Jerry Vermillion 1,547 (1952-55)

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE 1. Derek Raivio 92.7 (2004-07) 2. Eddie White 87.3 (1978-80) 3. Dan Dickau 86.4 (2001-02) 4. Jim McPhee 86.3 (1986-90) 5. John Rillie 86.2 (1993-95) 6. John Brodsky 85.3 (1964-66) 7. Jarrod Davis 84.3 (1991-92) 8. Adam Morrison 82.2 (2004-06) 9. Doug Spradley 81.7 (1986-89) 10. Blake Stepp . 81.3 (2001-04)

REBOUNDS 1. Jerry Vermillion 2. Jerry Vermillion 3. Jerry Vermillion 4. Jerry Vermillion 5. Charlie Jordan 6. Gary Lechman 7. Jim Dixon 8. Joe Clayton 9. Paul Cathey 10. Jim Dixon

456 (1952-53) 440 (1954-55) 402 (1953-54) 372 (1951-52) 367 (1959-60) 354 (1966-67) 353 (1962-63) 339 (1971-72) 333 (1977-78) 313 (1961-62)

FIELD GOALS MADE 1. Frank Burgess 2. Jim McPhee 3. Adam Morrison 4. Matt Santangelo 5. Jeff Brown 6. Casey Calvary 7. Matt Bouldin 8. Ronny Turiaf 9. Richie Frahm 10. John Stockton

REBOUNDS 1. Jerry Vermillion 1,670 (1952-55) 2. Gary Lechman 910 (1965-67) 3. Cory Violette 880 (2001-04) 4. Ronny Turiaf 859 (2002-05) 5. Greg Sten 783 (1971-73) 6. Casey Calvary 757 (1998-01) 7. Jim Dixon 666 (1962-63) 8. Charlie Jordan 642 (1958-59) 9. Jim Grady 634 (1975-77) 10. Bill Quigg 630 (1969-71)

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (minimum two fgm/game) 1. Casey Calvary 65.8 (1998-99) 2. Bill Dunlap 63.6 (1980-81) 3. Zach Gourde 63.0 (1999-00) 4. Zach Gourde 62.9 (2000-01) Scott Snider 62.9 (1995-96) 6. Bill Dunlap 62.1 (1981-82) 7. Gary Lechman 62.0 (1966-67) 8. Jeff Brown 61.7 (1991-92) 9. Mark Spink 60.9 (1999-00) 10. J.P. Batista 60.5 (138-228)

ASSISTS 1. Matt Santangelo 2. Blake Stepp 3. John Stockton 4. Jeremy Pargo 5. Blake Stepp 6. Matt Santangelo John Stockton 8. Kyle Dixon 9. Jeremy Pargo 10. Jeremy Pargo

225 (1999-00) 207 (2003-04) 201 (1983-84) 199 (2007-08) 198 (2002-03) 184 (1998-99) 184 (1982-83) 172 (1995-96) 167 (2008-09) 156 (2006-07)

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE 1. Bill Dunlap 62.5 (1980-82) 2. Scott Snider 61.2 (1995-96) 3. J.P. Batista 59.8 (2004-06) 4. Casey Calvary 57.9 (1998-01) Gary Lechman 57.9 (1965-67) 6. Zach Gourde 56.9 (2000-03) 7. John Stockton 55.9 (1981-84) 8. Paul Rogers 55.6 (1995-97) 9. Jeff Brown 55.5 (1992-94) 10. Abdullahi Kuso 56.0 (2007-08)

ASSISTS 1. Matt Santangelo 2. Blake Stepp 3. Jeremy Pargo 4. John Stockton 5. Matt Bouldin 6. Derek Raivio 7. Geoff Goss 8. Don Baldwin 9. Jim McPhee 10. Kyle Dixon

668 (1997-00) 640 (2001-04) 589 (2006-09) 554 (1981-84) 444 (2007-10) 356 (2004-07) 324 (1991-94) 313 (1977-81) 304 (1986-90) 303 (1995-96)

3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE 1. Dan Dickau 117 (2001-02) 2. Blake Stepp 98 (2002-03) 3. John Rillie 96 (1994-95) 4. Richie Frahm 93 (1998-99) 5. John Rillie 91 (1993-94) 6. Richie Frahm 90 (1999-00) 7. Derek Raivio 85 (2006-07) 8. Blake Stepp 79 (2003-04) 9. Derek Raivio 77 (2004-05) Richie Frahm 77 (1997-98) 3-POINT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 1. Dan Dickau 256 (2001-02) 2. Blake Stepp 243 (2002-03) 3. Richie Frahm 224 (1999-00) 4. John Rillie 217 (1994-95) Richie Frahm 217 (1998-99) 6. Derek Raivio 208 (2006-07) 7. Blake Stepp 210 (2003-04) 8. John Rillie 200 (1993-94) Matt Santangelo 200 (1999-00) 10. Jarrod Davis 183 (1990-91) FREE THROWS MADE 1. Adam Morrison 240 (2005-06) 2. Frank Burgess 234 (1960-61) 3. Frank Burgess 221 (1959-60) 4. Ronny Turiaf 212 (2002-03) 5. Ronny Turiaf 177 (2004-05) 6. J.P. Batista 165 (2005-06) Ronny Turiaf 165 (2003-04) Dan Dickau 165 (2001-02) Bakari Hendrix 165 (1997-98) 10. Doug Spradley 163 (1988-89)

STEALS 1. John Stockton 2. John Stockton John Stockton 4. Quentin Hall 5. Blake Stepp 6. Matt Bouldin 7. Derek Raivio 8. Derek Raivio Geoff Goss Kyle Dixon

109 (1983-84) 68 (1981-82) 68 (1982-83) 62 (1998-99) 54 (2002-03) 52 (2008-09) 50 (2006-07) 49 (2004-05) 49 (1993-94) 49 (1995-96)

3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE 1. Blake Stepp 288 (2001-04) 2. Richie Frahm 280 (1996-00) 3. Matt Santangelo 252 (1996-00) 4. Derek Raivo 243 (2004-07) 5. John Rillie 230 (1993-95) 6. Dan Dickau 188 (2001-02) 7. Matt Bouldin 187 (2007-10) 8. Kyle Bankhead 169 (2001-04) 9. Derek Raivio 158 (2004-07) 10. Jon Kinloch 157 (1993-96)

STEALS 1. John Stockton 2. Doug Spradley 3. Jeremy Pargo Matt Bouldin 5. Blake Stepp 6. Geoff Goss 7. Tim Wagoner 8. Jeff Condill 9. Matt Santangelo 10. Mike Nilson

262 (1981-84) 159 (1986-89) 170 (2006-09) 170 (2007-10) 152 (2001-04) 139 (1991-94) 131 (1979-82) 116 (1983-86) 115 (1997-00) 112 (1997-00)

3-POINT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 1. Blake Stepp 755 (2001-04) 2. Richie Frahm 662 (1997-00) 3. Matt Santangelo 650 (1997-00) 4. Derek Raivio 584 (2004-07) 5. John Rillie 524 (1993-95) 6. Matt Bouldin 492 (2007-10) 7. Dan Dickau 404 (2001-02) 8. Jon Kinloch 382 (1993-96) 9. Steven Gray 377 (2008-10) 10. Kyle Bankhead 373 (2001-04)

BLOCKED SHOTS 1. Casey Calvary 2. Ronny Turiaf 3. Austin Daye 4. Tim Ruff 5. Josh Heytvelt 6. Zach Gourde 7. Cory Violette 8. Mark Spink 9. Abdullahi Kuso 10. Robert Sacre

207 (1998-01) 179 (2002-05) 124 (2008-09) 99 (1981-85) 95 (2006-09) 86 (2000-03) 85 (2001-04) 80 (1998-01) 77 (2007-08) 73 (2008-10)

BLOCKED SHOTS 1. Austin Daye 2. Robert Sacre 3. Ronny Turiaf 3. Casey Calvary Casey Calvary 5. Austin Daye 6. Ronny Turiaf 7. Casey Calvary 8. Casey Calvary 9. Ronny Turiaf 10. Marc Armstead

70 (2008-09) 65 (2009-10) 59 (2004-05) 57 (1998-99) 57 (1999-00) 54 (2007-08) 49 (2002-03) 47 (2000-01) 46 (1997-98) 45 (2003-04) 44 (1992-93)

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FREE THROWS MADE 1. Ronny Turiaf 2. Frank Burgess 3. Jim McPhee 4. Jeff Brown 5. Doug Spradley 6. Blake Stepp 7. Matt Bouldin 8. Adam Morrison 9. Derek Raivio 10. Matt Santangelo

800 (1959-61) 774 (1986-90) 669 (2004-06) 619 (1997-00) 618 (1992-94) 569 (1998-01) 564 (2007-10) 538 (2002-05) 535 (1997-00) 514 (1981-84)

643 (2002-05) 596 (1959-61) 425 (1986-90) 390 (1992-94) 389 (1986-89) 386 (2001-04) 368 (2007-10) 344 (2004-06) 343 (2004-07) 320 (1997-00)

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Points 2,196 - Frank Burgess, 1959-61 Field Goals Attempted 1,780 - Frank Burgess, 1959-61 Field Goals Made 800 - Frank Burgess, 1959-61 Free Throws Attempted 899 - Ronny Turiaf, 2002-05 Free Throws Made 643 - Ronny Turiaf, 2002-05 Field Goal Percentage 62.5 - Bill Dunlap (200-320), 1980-82 61.2 - Scott Snider (174-284), 1995-96 59.5 - J.P. Batista (327-625), 2005-06 57.9 - Casey Calvary (569-982), 1998-2001 57.9 - Gary Lechman (515-889), 1965-67 56.9 - Zach Gourde (460-808), 2000-03 Free Throw Percentage 92.7 - Derek Raivio (343-370), 2004-07 87.3 - Eddie White (172-197), 1978-80 Rebounds 1,670 - Jerry Vermillion, 1952-55 Assists 668 - Matt Santangelo, 1997-00 Scoring Average 28.1 - Frank Burgess, 1959-61 Steals 262 - John Stockton, 1981-84

Home Court Advantage

Gonzaga Longest Home Winning Streaks 50 wins - 2003-07 34 wins - 1992-95 29 wins - 2000-03 20 wins - 1998-00 17 wins - 1995-96

Individual Season

Points 926 - Adam Morrison, 2005-06 842 - Frank Burgess, 1960-61 751 - Frank Burgess, 1959-60 Scoring Average 32.4 - Frank Burgess, 1960-61 (Led Nation) 28.1 - Adam Morrison, 2005-06 (Led Nation) Field Goals Attempted 704 - Frank Burgess, 1960-61 Field Goals Made 304 - Frank Burgess, 1960-61 Field Goal Percentage 65.8 - Casey Calvary (127-193), 1998-99 63.6 - Bill Dunlap (56-88), 1980-81 63.0 - Zach Gourde (104-165), 1999-00 62.9 - Zach Gourde (114-181), 2000-01 62.9 - Scott Snider (124-197), 1995-96 62.1 - Bill Dunlap (144-232), 1981-82 62.0 - Gary Lechman (196-316), 1966-67 Consecutive Field Goals 23 - Gary Lechman, Jan. 20-21 - Feb. 2, 1967 Free Throws Attempted 311 - Adam Morrison, 2005-06 Free Throws Made 240 - Adam Morrison, 2005-06 Consecutive Free Throws 56 – Derek Raivio, Jan. 15, 2007 – Feb. 26, 2007 44 – Derek Raivio, Nov. 24, 2006 - Jan. 8, 2007 41 - Derek Raivio, Dec. 28, 2004 - Feb. 5, 2005 41 - Geoff Goss, Dec. 23, 1992 - Jan. 21, 1993 40 - John Brodsky, 1965-66 Free Throw Percentage 96.1 – Derek Raivio (148-154), 2006-07 91.2 - Derek Raivio (83-91), 2005-06 Rebounds 456 - Jerry Vermillion, 1952-53 Assists 225 - Matt Santangelo, 1999-00 207 - Blake Stepp, 2003-04 201 - John Stockton, 1983-84

Team Season

Points 2,743 - 1998-99 Scoring Average 82.4 - 2000-01 Defensive Average 43.1 - 1966-67 Scoring Margin + 15.9 - 2008-09 Field Goal Percentage 52.0 - 1988-89 Field Goal Percentage Defense 37.8 - 2008-09 Free Throw Percentage 79.0 - 1988-89 3-Point Percentage 46.6 - 1987-88 Rebounds 1,474 - 1965-66 Assists 587 - 1999-00 Win Streaks 20 - Dec. 31, 2005 - Mar. 23, 2006 20 - Dec. 28, 2003 - Mar. 20, 2004 14 - Jan. 19 - Mar. 14, 2002 14 - Jan. 4 - Feb. 22, 2001 13 - Jan. 22 - Mar. 19, 2005 12 - Nov. 29, 2001 - Jan. 18, 2002 11 - Feb. 12 - Mar. 21, 2009 11 - Jan. 8 - Feb. 11, 2000 10 - Dec. 23, 1992 - Jan. 27, 1993 10 - Jan 3 - Feb. 1, 1966 Losing Streaks 9 - Jan. 19 - Feb. 17, 1990 9 - Dec. 13, 1969 - Jan. 12, 1970 7 - Feb. 9 - Feb. 27, 1964

Team Season

Points Scored - Gonzaga 136 vs. Loyola Marymount, 2-18-89 (L 147-136) Points Scored - Opponent 147 - Loyola Marymount, 2-18-89 (147-146) Biggest Margin of Victory 60 - Eastern Oregon, 12-21-01 (105-45) 57 - Northwest College, 1-4-01 (93-36) 54 - Saint Mary’s, 1-13-01 (102-48) 51 - Eastern Washington, 12-2-63 (108-57) 51 - Whitman, 1-13-51 (90-39) 50 - Arkansas Pine Bluff, 11-29-01 (92-42) 50 - Idaho, 11-25-00 (92-42) 50 - Whitworth, 12-5-84 (88-38) 50 - Carroll College, 12-19-92 (106-56) 50 - USC Upstate, 3-3-09 Biggest Margin of Defeat 69 vs. Montana, 2-5-45 (103-84) Rebounds 74 vs. Idaho, 1-22-66 Field Goals Made 50 vs. Carroll College, 11-28-80 Field Goals Attempted 84 vs. Loyola Marymount, 1-19-90 Field Goal Percentage - Game 71.8 vs. Saint Mary’s, 1-13-96 (28-39) 70.8 vs. Washington State, 12-28-03 (34-48) 70.4 vs. Warner Pacific, 12-21-88 (38-54) 69.6 vs. Eastern Washington, 1-10-84 (39-56) 67.8 vs. Loyola Marymount, 1-29-88 (40-59) 67.2 vs. Loyola Marymount, 3-4-89 (39-58) 66.7 vs. San Diego, 1-29-07 (32-48) 66.7 at Pepperdine, 2-2-01 (30-45) 66.7 vs. Loyola Marymount, 1-26-85 (26-39) 66.7 vs. Montana State, 12-9-83 (30-45) Field Goal Percentage - Half 80.0 vs. San Francisco, 1-16-88 (16-20) 80.0 vs. Santa Clara, 1-23-82 (12-15) 77.3 vs. Loyola Marymount, 2-2-95 (17-22) 75.0 vs. Washington State, 12-28-03 (18-24) 75.0 vs. Loyola Marymount, 1-24-81 (9-12) 73.9 vs. San Diego, 2-13-10 (17-23) 73.3 vs. Warner Pacific, 12-21-88 (22-30) 73.1 vs. San Diego, 1-19-84 (19-26) Free Throws Made 41 vs. Davidson, 12-12-09 41 vs. Fairfield, 12-11-90 37 vs. San Francisco, 1-15-94 36 vs. Santa Clara, 2-12-81 35 vs. San Diego, 3-5-06 34 vs. Saint Joseph’s, 12-31-05 34 vs. Portland, 1-29-05 33 vs. Montana, 1-4-04 32 vs. Indiana, 3-18-06 Free Throws Attempted 54 vs. Davidson, 12-12-09 53 vs. Loyola Marymount, 2-24-84 51 vs. Fairfield, 12-11-90 49 vs. Washington, 12-2-02 48 vs. Santa Clara, 1-21-93 48 vs. Drexel, 12-29-92 43 vs. San Diego, 3-5-06 44 vs. Loyola Marymount, 2-2-95 Free Throw Percentage - Game (Min. 10 attempts) 1.000 vs. Michigan State, 11-22-05 (26-26)* 1.000 vs. Eastern Washington, 12-11-93 (20-20) 96.4 vs. Michigan State, 11-22-05 (27-28) 96.2 at Saint Mary’s, 1-7-06 (25-26) 96.0 vs. Portland State, 1-12-81 (24-25) Free Throw Percentage - Half (Min. 10 attempts) 1.000 vs. Portland State, 1-12-81 (22-22) 1.000 at Portland, 2-5-09 (11-11) 1.000 vs. Eastern Washington, 12-11-93 (11-11) .957 vs. Washington, 12-01-04 (22-23) Consecutive Free Throws 27 vs. Michigan State, 11-22-05 Fewest Turnovers 3 vs. San Francisco, 2-18-95 3 vs. Penn State, 12-30-88 4 vs. USC Upstate, 3-3-09 5 vs. Saint Mary’s 3-1-08 5 vs. Idaho, 1-2-85 5 vs. Portland, 3-10-83 6 vs. Santa Clara, 3-5-07 6 vs. Howard, 12-28-90 6 vs. San Diego, 2-25-89 6 vs. Portland State, 1-12-82 Assists 32 vs. Loyola Marymount, 1-19-80 31 vs. Carroll College, 11-28-90 28 vs. Loyola Marymount, 2-11-00 28 vs. Loyola Marymount, 2-18-89 26 on five occasions - last vs Portland State (11-19-04) Blocked Shots 11 vs. Pepperdine, 2-10-10 11 vs. Portland, 2-24-05 11 vs. Santa Clara, 1-25-01 11 vs. Saint Mary’s, 2-11-99 11 vs. St. Peter’s, 11-30-90 * - Includes 12-12 in OT

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Points 52 - Frank Burgess vs. UC-Davis (1-26-61) 50 - Jean Claude Lefebvre vs. Whitworth (2-18-58) Field Goals Made 20 - Jean Claude Lefebvre vs. Whitworth (2-18-58) Free Throws Made 16 - Ronny Turiaf vs. Cincinnati (NCAA - 3-20-03) 16 - Blake Stepp vs. Washington (12-2-02) 16 - Ronny Turiaf vs. Indiana (11-26-02) 16 - Frank Burgess (4 times) Free Throw Percentage (1.000 - min. 10 attempts) (15-15) - Geoff Goss vs. Idaho State (1-6-93) (15-15) - Frank Burgess vs. Idaho (3-3-61) (14-14) - John Brodsky vs. Weber State (1-8-66) (12-12) – Derek Raivio vs. Santa Clara (2-12-07) (12-12) - Adam Morrison at Memphis (12-27-05) (12-12) - Derek Raivio vs. San Diego (2-17-05) (12-12) - Blake Stepp vs. Washington State (12-7-02) (12-12) - Dan Dickau vs. Indiana State (3-18-01) (12-12) - John Rillie vs. Portland (3-6-95) (12-12) - Jarrod Davis vs. Iona (12-23-90) (12-12) - Tim Ruff vs. Air Force (11-24-84) (11-11) - Dan Dickau vs. San Diego (1-27-01) (10-10) – Derek Raivio vs. Santa Clara (3-5-07) (10-10) – Derek Raivio at San Francisco (2-24-07) (10-10) – Derek Raivio vs. Baylor (11-15-06) (10-10) - J.P. Batista vs. Michigan State (11-22-05) (10-10) - Derek Raivio vs. Santa Clara (1-6-05) (10-10) - Blake Stepp vs. Saint Mary’s (2-13-03) (10-10) - Richie Frahm vs. Washington (12-8-98) (10-10) - Jarrod Davis vs. Fairfield (12-11-90) Rebounds 33 - Jim Dixon vs. Eastern Washington (1-23-61) 28 - Paul Cathey vs. Nevada-Las Vegas (12-28-77) Assists 16 - Blake Stepp vs. Long Beach State (12-20-02) 13 - Jeremy Pargo vs. Virginia Tech (11-24-07) 13 - Derek Raivio vs. Montana (11-21-04) 13 - Blake Stepp vs. Idaho (11-21-03) 13 - Matt Santangelo vs. Loyola Marymount (2-11-00) 13 - John Stockton vs. Portland (2-11-84) 13 - John Stockton vs. San Diego (1-19-84) 13 - Ken Tyler vs. Montana State (2-1-75)

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points 1. Adan Morrison (Xavier, ‘06).......... 35 2. Richie Frahm (Louisville, ‘00)......... 31 3. Dan Dickau (Virginia, ‘01)............. 29 4. Adam Morrison (Winthrop, ‘05)... 27 5. Dan Dickau (Wyoming, ‘02).......... 26 Richie Frahm (Minnesota, ‘99)....... 26 Matt Santangelo (St. John’s ‘00).. 26 8. Adam Morrison (Texas Tech, ‘05). 25 Blake Stepp (Arizona, ‘03)............ 25 Tony Skinner (Arizona, ‘03)........... 25

free throws ATTEMPTED 1. Ronny Turiaf (Cincinnati, ‘03)......... 22 2. Ronny Turiaf (Winthrop, ‘05)......... 16 3. Richie Frahm (Louisville, ‘00).......... 13 Elias Harris (Syracuse, ‘10).........13 5. Dan Dickau (Indiana St., ‘01)........ 12 6. Adam Morrison (Xavier, ‘06)......... 11 Dan Dickau (Wyoming, ‘02)........... 11 Robert Sacre (Florida State, ‘10)....11 9. Derek Raivio (Indiana, ‘06)............ 10 Blake Stepp (Valparaiso, ‘04)....... 10

POINTS 1. Adam Morrison...............................149 2. Casey Calvary................................136 3. Richie Frahm....................................120 4. Matt Santangelo............................100 5. Ronny Turiaf...................................... 96 6. Dan Dickau........................................ 94 7. Blake Stepp....................................... 85 8. Jeremy Pargo.................................... 82 9. Matt Bouldin...................................... 80 10. J.P. Batista.......................................... 78

FREE THROW ATTEMPTED 1. Ronny Turiaf...................................... 63 2. Richie Frahm...................................... 41 3. Casey Calvary.................................. 39 4. Blake Stepp....................................... 34 5. Adam Morrison................................. 33 6. Dan Dickau........................................ 32 7. Jeremy Pargo.................................... 30 8. Matt Bouldin...................................... 29 9. Josh Heytvelt..................................... 26 10. Matt Santangelo.............................. 24

field goals made 1. Adam Morrison (Winthrop, ‘05).... 12 2. Adam Morrison (Xavier, ‘06)......... 11 3. J.P. Batista (Indiana, ‘06)................ 10 Adam Morrison (UCLA, ‘06)........... 10 Adam Morrison (Texas Tech, ‘05).. 10 6. Blake Stepp (Arizona, ‘03)................9 Dan Dickau (Virginia, ‘01).................9 Casey Calvary (Indiana State, ‘01).. 9 Casey Calvary (Purdue, ‘00).......... 9 Richie Frahm (Louisville, ‘00)........... 9

FIELD GOALS MADE 1. Adam Morrison................................. 58 2. Casey Calvary.................................. 52 3. Richie Frahm...................................... 34 4. Matt Santangelo.............................. 33 5. J.P. Batista.......................................... 31 6. Cory Violette..................................... 30 7. Ronny Turiaf...................................... 29 8. Matt Bouldin...................................... 26 Dan Dickau........................................ 26 Jeremy Pargo.................................... 26

free throw percentage (minimum two ftm/game) 1. Alex Hernandez...... 1.000..... (10-10) Jason Rubright......... 1.000.......... (4-4) David Cole............... 1.000.......... (2-2) Josh Reisman............ 1.000.......... (2-2) 5. J.P. Batista.................. .889..... (16-18) 6. Blake Stepp............... .853..... (29-34) 7. Dan Dickau .............. .843..... (27-32) 8. Richie Frahm ............ .829..... (34-41) 9. Matt Bouldin............ .833....(15-18) 10. Matt Santangelo ..... .750..... (18-24) Paul Rogers .............. .750.......... (3-4)

field goal percentage (minimum 5 fg made) 1. Axel Dench (Louisville, ‘00)..........1.000 (5-5) 2. Casey Calvary (Florida, ‘99)....... .833 (5-6) 3. Casey Calvary (Purdue, ‘00)...... .750 (9-12) 4. J.P. Batista (Xavier, ‘06)................. .714 (5-7) Alex Hernandez (Indiana State, ‘01). .714 (5-7) Paul Rogers (Maryland, ‘95)........ .714 (5-7) 7. Casey Calvary (Indiana St., ‘01)..692 (9-13) 8. Cory Violette (Cincinnati, ‘03)...... .667 (6-9) 9. Elias Harris (Syracuse, ‘10)...... .667 (8-12) 10. Richie Frahm (Louisville, ‘00)....... .643 (9-14)

free throw percentage (minimum 5 made) 1. Matt Bouldin (Akron, ‘09)...........1.000 (6-6) Micah Downs (Akron, ‘09)..........1.000 (6-6) J.P. Batista (Xavier, ‘06)..............1.000 (8-8) Dan Dickau (Indiana St., ‘01)...1.000 (12-12) Richie Frahm (Minnesota, ‘99)...1.000 (7-7) 6. Richie Frahm (Stanford, ‘99)....... .889 (8-9) 7. Josh Heytvelt (Akron, ‘09)........... .875 (7-8) Sean Mallon (Indiana, ‘06)......... .875 (7-8) Blake Stepp (Cincinnati, ‘03)...... .875 (7-8) 10. J.P. Batista (UCLA, ‘06)................ .857 (6-7) Blake Stepp (Nevada, ‘04)........ .857 (6-7)

FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 1. Adam Morrison...............................112 2. Blake Stepp....................................... 94 3. Matt Santangelo ............................. 92 4. Casey Calvary ................................ 86 5. Richie Frahm...................................... 79 6. Matt Bouldin...................................... 70 7. Cory Violette..................................... 69 8. Dan Dickau ...................................... 68 9. J.P. Batista.......................................... 64 10. Ronny Turiaf...................................... 58 FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (minimum two fgm/game) 1. Winston Brooks......... .750.......... (6-8) 2. Paul Rogers................ .714.......... (5-7) 3. Erroll Knight............... .618..... (21-34) 4. Casey Calvary.......... .605..... (52-86) 5. Elias Harris.............. .591....(13-22) 6. Robert Sacre............ .571....(12-21) 7. Josh Heytvelt............. .568..... (21-37) 8. Jeremy Pargo............ .520..... (36-50) 9. Adam Morrison......... .518...(58-112) 10. Axel Dench................ .512..... (22-43) 3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE 1. Richie Frahm .................................... 18 2. Matt Santangelo.............................. 16 3. Dan Dickau........................................ 15 Steven Gray................................15 5. Blake Stepp.......................................10 6. Adam Morrison ..................................9 Tony Skinner.........................................9 8. Jeremy Pargo.......................................8 Derek Raivio.........................................8 Casey Calvary.....................................8

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GAMES PLAYED 1. Casey Calvary.................................. 10 Mark Spink........................................ 10 3. Zach Gourde........................................9 4. Jeremy Pargo.......................................8 Derek Raivio.........................................8 Sean Mallon.........................................8 Kyle Bankhead....................................8 Blake Stepp ........................................8 Cory Violette........................................8 10. 10 players tied with 7 games

3-POINT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 1. Blake Stepp....................................... 61 2. Richie Frahm...................................... 49 3. Matt Santangelo.............................. 39 Steven Gray................................39 5. Dan Dickau........................................ 35 6. Adam Morrison................................. 31 7. Derek Raivio...................................... 28 8. Matt Bouldin................................25 9. Tony Skinner...................................... 19 10. Quentin Hall...................................... 18 3-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (minimum two fgm) 1. Winston Brooks......... .667.......... (4-6) Mike Leasure................667.......... (2-3) 3. Casey Calvary.......... .615........(8-13) 4. Kyle Bankhead ........ .545........(6-11) 5. Jeremy Pargo............ .533........(8-15) 6. Axel Dench................ .500........(5-10) 7. Tony Skinner.............. .474........(9-19) 8. Ryan Floyd................. .438........(7-16) 9. Dan Dickau................ .428..... (15-35) 10. Matt Santangelo...... .410..... (16-39)

rebounds 1. Casey Calvary ................................ 79 2. Ronny Turiaf...................................... 53 3. Cory Violette..................................... 48 4. Adam Morrison................................. 42 5. J.P. Batista.......................................... 39 6. Matt Bouldin...................................... 38 7. Sean Mallon...................................... 37 8. Mark Spink ...................................... 36 Richie Frahm...................................... 36 10. Zach Gourde..................................... 34 assists 1. Blake Stepp....................................... 41 2. Matt Santangelo.............................. 39 3. Jeremy Pargo.................................... 25 4. Derek Raivio...................................... 24 Matt Bouldin...................................... 24 6. Steven Gray................................21 7. Casey Calvary.................................. 19 8. Richie Frahm...................................... 17 Axel Dench........................................ 17 10. Dan Dickau........................................ 15 turnovers 1 Casey Calvary.................................. 22 2. Matt Santangelo.............................. 21 3. Blake Stepp....................................... 20 4. Zach Gourde..................................... 18 5. Matt Bouldin...................................... 17 6. Richie Frahm...................................... 16 7. Adam Morrison................................. 15 8. Jeremy Pargo.................................... 14 Derek Raivio...................................... 14 Steven Gray...................................... 14 steals 1. Matt Bouldin...................................... 11 2. Derek Raivio.........................................8 Quentin Hall .......................................8 Matt Santangelo.................................8 5. Blake Stepp..........................................7 Richie Frahm .......................................7 7. 6 players tied with 6 Blocked shots 1. Casey Calvary ................................ 17 2. Ronny Turiaf.........................................9 3. Austin Daye..........................................8 4. Sean Mallon.........................................6 Zach Gourde........................................6 6. Jeremy Eaton.......................................5 7. Josh Heytvelt........................................4 Paul Rogers...........................................4 Tony Skinner.........................................4 10. 6 players tied with 3

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3-point field goals made 1. Steven Gray (Davidson ‘08)..........7 2. Dan Dickau (Virginia, ‘01).................6 Matt Santangelo (St. John’s, ‘00).....6 4. Tony Skinner (Arizona, ‘03)...............5 Dan Dickau (Michigan State, ‘01)....5 Richie Frahm (Florida, ‘99).............. 5 Richie Frahm (Minnesota, ‘99)...........5 8. Adam Morrison (Xavier, ‘06)............4 Blake Stepp (Arizona, ‘03)................4 Dan Dickau (Wyoming, ‘02)..............4 Richie Frahm (Louisville, ‘00).............4 3-point field goals attempted 1. Blake Stepp (Arizona, ‘03)............. 15 2. Dan Dickau (Wyoming, ‘02)........... 14 3. Steven Gray (Daivdson ‘08)........12 Blake Stepp (Nevada, ‘04)............ 12 5. Tony Skinner (Arizona, ‘03)............ 11 Richie Frahm (Minnesota, ‘99)........ 11 John Rillie (Maryland, ‘95)............. 11 8. Blake Stepp (Michigan State, ‘01)....10 Matt Santangelo (St. John’s, ‘00).. 10 10. Blake Stepp (Valparaiso, ‘04)..........9 Dan Dickau (Virginia, ‘01).................9 Dan Dickau (Michigan State, ‘01)....9 Steven Gray (Syracuse, ‘10)..........9 3-point field goal percentage (minimum 3 made) 1. Matt Santangelo (Stanford, ‘99)1.000 (3-3) 2. .Jerry Pargo (W. Kentucky, ‘09). .750 (3-4) Winston Brooks (Cincinnati, ‘03). .750 (3-4) 4. Dan Dickau (Virginia, ‘01).......... .667 (6-9) 5. Richie Frahm (Florida, ‘99).......... .625 (5-8) 6. Matt Santangelo (St. John’s, ‘00)..600(6-10) 7. Steven Gray (Davidson ‘08)....583 (7-12) 8. Dan Dickau (Michigan State, ‘01)..555 (5-9) 9. Adam Morrison (Xavier, ‘06)...... .500 (4-8) Adam Morrison (Winthrop, ‘05). .500 (3-6) Richie Frahm (Louisville, ‘00)....... .500 (4-8) Quentin Hall (Stanford, ‘99)....... .500 (3-6) free throws made 1. Ronny Turiaf (Cincinnati, ‘03)........ 16 2. Dan Dickau (Indiana State, 01).... 12 3. Ronny Turiaf (Winthrop, ‘05)......... 11 4. Adam Morrison (Xavier, ‘06)............9 Richie Frahm (Louisville, ‘00)........... 9 6. J.P. Batista (Xavier, ‘06).....................8 Derek Raivio (Indiana, ‘06)...............8 Blake Stepp (Valparaiso, ‘04)..........8 Dan Dickau (Wyoming, ‘02)..............8 Richie Frahm (Stanford, ‘99).............8 Elias Harris (Syracuse, ‘10)...........8  

rebounds 1. Casey Calvary (Virginia, ‘01)....... 15 2. Ronny Turiaf (Texas Tech, ‘05)....... 13 Ronny Turiaf (Winthrop, ‘05)......... 13 4. Austin Daye (N. CArolina, ‘09)...... 11 Cory Violette (Nevada, ‘04).......... 11 Casey Calvary (Michigan State, ‘01)...... 11 Casey Calvary (Minnesota, ‘99)... 11 8. Sean Mallon (Indiana, ‘06) ........... 10 Cory Violette (Valparaiso, ‘04)..... 10 Ronny Turiaf (Cincinnati, ‘03)......... 10 Cory Violette (Wyoming, ‘02)....... 10 assists 1. Blake Stepp (Valparaiso, ‘04)........ 9 2. Blake Stepp (Arizona, ‘03).............. 8 Matt Santangelo (Purdue, ‘00)....... 8 Matt Santangelo (Minnesota, ‘99). 8 John Rillie (Maryland, ‘95).............. 8 Steven Gray (Syracuse, ‘10)..........8 7. Blake Stepp (Cincinnati, ‘03).......... 7 Casey Calvary (Indiana State, ‘01)... 7 Matt Santangelo (Florida, ‘99)....... 7 10. Matt Bouldin (W. Kentucky, ‘09).......6 Jeremy Pargo (Davidson ‘08)...........6 Derek Raivio (UCLA, ‘06)...................6 Matt Santangelo (Stanford, ‘99).... 6 TURNOVERS 1. Jeremy Pargo (Davidson ‘08)...........6 Zach Gourde (Wyoming, ‘02)..........6 Dan Dickau (Indiana State, 01)........6 Matt Santangelo (Louisville, ‘00)......6 Quentin Hall (Florida, ‘99)................6 5. 8 players tied with 5 turnovers steals 1. Kyle Dixon (Maryland, ‘95)..............6 2. Quentin Hall (Florida, ‘99)................5 3. Alex Hernandez (Virginia, ‘01)........4 Paul Rogers (Maryland, ‘95).............4 Robert Sacre (Syracuse, ‘10).........4 blocked shots 1. Austin Daye (Akron, ‘09)....................4 2. Tony Skinner (Arizona, ‘03)...............3 Zach Gourde (Indiana State, ‘01)...3 Casey Calvary (Virginia, ‘01)..........3 Casey Calvary (Purdue, ‘00)............3 Jeremy Eaton (Connecticut, ‘99).......3 Casey Calvary (Minnesota, ‘99)......3

100-point & Overtime Games Gonzaga Men’s Basketball 100-Point Games Date Opponent W/L Score 1-3-55 + Lawrence Tech W 106-74 2-14-58 + Seattle Pacific W 114-66 12-12-60 + Whitworth W 102-59 1-26-61 + UC-Davis W 123-79 2-1-61 + Fresno State W 102-80 12-2-63 + Eastern Washington W 108-57 12-7-63 # Eastern Montana W 103-70 12-13-63 Portland L 100-105 1-9-64 + Montana W 100-83 12-4-65 Northern Arizona W 107-106 1-14-66 Montana W 100-69 1-21-67 Portland State W 101-83 2-17-67 Montana W 102-60 2-7-69 Idaho State W 109-87 3-1-69 Portland W 100-79 2-13-71 Northern Arizona W 111-83 12-13-72 Central Washington W 100-90 11-28-80 Carroll College W 106-64 11-25-83 Carroll College W 100-57 1-17-87 * Loyola Marymount W 114-101 (ot) 1-29-88 * Loyola Marymount L 100-116 12-23-88 Lewis-Clark State W 101-65 1-20-89 * Loyola Marymount L 104-113 2-18-89 * Loyola Marymount L 136-147 1-19-90 + Loyola Marymount L 100-144 11-24-90 Eastern Oregon W 121-79 12-6-90 Idaho State W 112-75 12-13-90 Eastern Washington W 108-67 12-19-92 Carroll College W 106-56 1-15-94 * San Francisco W 103-98 2-12-94 * Loyola Marymount W 121-85 2-23-95 * San Francisco W 106-67 11-26-96 St. Martin’s W 101-72 12-14-97 Eastern Washington W 100-78 1-17-98 * Saint Mary’s W 102-73 12-21-98 * Loyola Marymount W 107-84 1-7-99 * Loyola Marymount W 105-78 1-13-99 * Portland W 104-57 1-8-00 Texas-Pan American W 111-71 2-5-00 * Loyola Marymount W 103-56 2-11-00 * Loyola Marymount W 101-77 1-13-01 * Saint Mary’s W 102-48 2-15-01 * Loyola Marymount W 101-68 3-3-01 $ Saint Mary’s W 105-65 12-21-01 Eastern Oregon W 105-45 1-30-02 * Portland W 102-67 12-7-02 Washington State W 110-104 (ot) 11-22-06 Michigan State W 109-106 (3ot) 12-31-05 Saint Joseph’s W 102-94 1-14-06 Pepperdine W 102-73 1-3-07 Virginia L 108-87 2-9-08 * Pepperdine W 101-59 12-12-09 > Davidson W 103-91 * West Coast Conference Game + Gonzaga Home Game at Spokane Coliseum # at Coeur d’Alene, ID $ at San Diego, CA > Battle In Seattle (Seattle, WA)

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Record: Overall (47-6), Home (37-1), Road (6-5), Neutral (4-0) WCC Record: Overall (15-4), Home (11-1), Road (4-3) When Opponent Scores 100-Points: Overall (6-25), Home (1-3), Road (3-22) WCC Opponent Scores 100-Points: Overall (1-7), Home (0-1), Road (1-6)

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Gonzaga Men’s Basketball Overtime Games Date Opponent W/L Score Site OT 12-1-61 Washington State L 73-74 Away OT 12-1-70 Washington State L 70-81 Home OT 2-15-71 Weber State L 65-86 Home OT 1-8-72 Northern Arizona L 82-88 Away OT 2-2-73 Montana W 60-57 Home OT 2-23-73 Boise State L 85-87 Away OT 3-2-73 Idaho W 88-82 Away 2OT 12-7-74 Portland State W 91-87 Away OT 1-25-76 + Washington State L 76-77 Neutral OT 2-10-78 Idaho State W 81-78 Home 4OT 2-13-78 + Washington State L 63-66 Neutral OT 2-24-79 Boise State L 81-85 Away OT 1-22-81 * Pepperdine L 75-81 Home 2OT 2-20-81 * Loyola Marymount W 63-60 Away OT 1-16-82 * Saint Mary’s W 61-58 Away OT 2-6-82 * Pepperdine L 67-76 Home OT 2-25-82 * Saint Mary’s W 75-73 Home 2OT 1-12-83 * Loyola Marymount L 70-74 Home OT 12-1-83 Idaho State W 65-63 Away OT 12-30-83 # Washington State W 71-70 Neutral OT 1-2-83 Loyola Marymount L 68-70 Away OT 3-3-84 * San Diego L 69-71 Home 2OT 3-8-84 * Portland W 56-55 Away OT 12-26-84 Wisconsin-Green Bay L 52-53 Away 2OT 1-17-86 * Santa Clara L 60-68 Home OT 12-6-85 & Howard W 62-60 Neutral OT 2-15-86 * Portland W 63-62 Home OT 11-26-88 $ Idaho L 72-80 Neutral OT 1-14-89 * San Diego W 71-66 Away OT 2-24-89 * Saint Mary’s L 63-67 Home OT 12-11-90 Fairfield W 99-98 Home OT 1-16-91 * Portland W 82-78 Home OT 11-30-91 % Fresno State L 76-77 Away OT 1-16-92 * Pepperdine L 66-68 Home OT 1-18-92 * Loyola Marymount W 97-95 Home OT 1-25-92 * San Diego W 71-69 Away OT 2-1-92 * Portland W 83-81 Away OT 2-6-92 * Saint Mary’s W 69-65 Home OT 12-5-92 San Jose State L 73-76 Away OT 12-11-92 ~ Texas-Arlington L 87-95 Neutral 2OT 1-21-93 * Santa Clara W 64-61 Home OT 1-30-93 * Portland L 63-65 Away OT 12-29-94 ? Wichita State L 53-54 Away OT 1-8-95 Sacramento State W 77-72 Away OT 1-14-95 * San Francisco L 98-106 Away OT 1-19-95 * Santa Clara L 68-73 Home OT 11-24-95 ++ Washington State L 67-72 Neutral OT 2-22-96 * Saint Mary’s W 83-82 Home OT 12-14-96 Montana L 63-67 Home OT 1-29-98 * San Francisco W 76-72 Home OT 2-28-98 ^ Loyola Marymount W 79-78 Neutral OT 1-22-00 * San Diego W 84-79 Away OT 3-6-00 ^ Pepperdine W 69-65 Neutral OT 1-2-01 ++ New Mexico L 80-81 Neutral OT 12-1-01 Eastern Washington W 84-74 Home OT 1-7-02 New Mexico W 85-80 Away OT 12-2-02 Washington W 95-89 Home OT 12-7-02 Washington State W 110-104 Away OT 12-31-02 Saint Joseph’s L 78-79 Home OT 3-22-03 = Arizona L 95-96 Neutral 2OT 11-29-03 ++ Georgia W 82-76 Neutral OT 12-13-03 > Missouri W 87-80 Neutral OT 11-22-05 ! Michigan State W 109-106 Neutral 3OT 3-5-06 ^ San Diego W 96-92 Neutral OT 1-31-07 Stanford W 90-86 Away 2OT 2-17-07 ++Memphis L 78-77 Neutral OT 2-24-07 * San Francisco W 86-77 Away OT 11-29-07 Saint Joseph’s W 70-65 Away OT 2-4-08 * Saint Mary’s L 89-85 Away OT 12-20-08 >Connecticut L 88-83 Neutral OT 1-7-09 Tennessee W 89-79 Away OT 11-23-09 ! Cincinnati W 61-59 Neutral OT 1-2-10 Illinois W 85-83 Neutral OT 1-30-10 * San Francisco L 81-77 Away OT * West Coast Conference Games + Played at Spokane Coliseum ++ Played at Spokane Arena # Far West Classic (Portland, OR) & Manufacturer’s Hanover Classic (New Rochelle, NY) $ Inland Northwest Classic (Spokane, WA) % Coors Light Classic (Fresno, CA) ~ UAB Classic (Birmingham, AL) ? Cessna Classic (Wichita, KS) ^ WCC Tournament (Santa Clara, CA) = NCAA Tournament 2nd Round (Salt Lake City, UT) > Battle In Seattle (Seattle, WA) ! EA Sports Maui Invitational Overtime Record: (40-34) Home: (14-12) Road: (17-13) Neut: (9-9) Overtime WCC Record: (16-12) Home: (8-8) Road: (8-4)

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Results When Ranked DATE W/L SCORE 11-19-04 W 98-80 11-21-04 W 78-62 11-24-04 W 88-74 11-27-04 L 89-72 12-7-04 W 54-52 12-11-04 W 75-45 12-18-04 W 85-73 12-21-04 W 83-70 12-28-04 W 78-75 12-30-04 L 63-61 1-6-05 W 91-87 1-8-05 L 89-81 1-13-05 W 76-65 1-15-05 W 86-62 1-20-05 L 73-70 1-22-05 W 68-56 1-29-05 W 91-79 2-3-05 W 68-63 2-5-05 W 92-75 2-10-05 W 82-75 2-12-05 W 61-58 2-17-05 W 90-73 2-19-05 W 75-73 2-24-05 W 84-68 2-28-05 W 87-60 3-6-05 W 90-74 3-7-05 W 80-67 3-17-05 W 74-64 3-19-05 L 71-69 11-18-05 W 69-60 11-21-05 W 88-76 11-22-05 W 109-106 (3ot) 11-23-05 L 65-63 11-30-05 W 89-80 12-4-05 L 99-95 12-8-05 W 67-53 12-10-05 W 64-62 12-17-05 W 80-69 12-19-05 W 75-65 12-22-05 W 60-57 12-27-05 L 83-72 12-31-05 W 102-94 1-7-06 W 68-60 1-9-06 W 81-68 1-14-06 W 102-73 1-16-06 W 92-80 1-21-06 W 64-63 1-23-06 W 84-75 1-28-06 W 81-64 2-4-06 W 85-71 2-6-06 W 62-61 2-11-06 W 80-76 2-13-06 W 97-83 2-18-06 W 79-70 2-20-06 W 81-71 2-25-06 W 75-59 2-27-06 W 75-72 3-5-06 W 96-92 (ot) 3-6-06 W 68-67 3-16-06 W 79-75 3-18-06 W 90-80 3-23-06 L 73-71 11-22-06 W 82-72 11-24-06 L 79-71 11-26-06 W 76-51 11-30-06 W 69-51 12-2-06 W 87-77 12-5-06 L 77-67 12-9-06 W 99-77 12-16-06 L 96-86 12-21-06 L 61-54 11-17-07 W 77-54 11-13-07 W 80-43

POLLS AP USA TODAY 25 NR 25 NR 24 25 24 25 25 NR 25 NR 22 NR 13 23 12 21 12 21 11 17 11 17 16 20 16 20 11 20 11 20 17 23 17 21 17 21 14 17 14 17 13 16 13 16 12 16 12 T13 12 T13 11 12 10 11 10 11 9 9 8 9 8 9 8 9 6 7 6 7 9 11 9 11 10 11 8 9 8 9 8 8 8 8 8 9 6 7 6 7 6 8 6 8 7 T7 7 T7 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 4 5 5 5 5 5 5 -- 23 -- 23 -- 23 22 21 22 21 18 18 18 18 16 16 24 22 14 14 14 14

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OPPONENT (LOCATION) Portland State (Home) Montana (Home) Idaho (Home) #5 Illinois (N - Wooden Tradition - Indianapolis, IN) Washington State (Away) Saint Louis (Home) #3 Georgia Tech (N - Las Vegas Showdown - Las Vegas, NV) Eastern Washington (N - Spokane Arena) #3 Oklahoma State (N - All-College Classic - Oklahoma City, OK) Missouri (Away) Santa Clara (Away) Saint Mary’s (Away) Loyola Marymount (Home) Pepperdine (Home) San Francisco (Away) San Diego (Away) Portland (Home) Saint Mary’s (Home) Santa Clara (Home) Pepperdine (Away) Loyola Marymount (Away) San Diego (Home) San Francisco (Home) Portland (Away) Northern Colorado (Home) San Diego (N - WCC Tourney - Santa Clara, CA) Saint Mary’s (N - WCC Tourney - Santa Clara, CA) Winthrop (N - NCAA Tourney - Tucson, AZ) #24 Texas Tech (N - NCAA Tourney - Tucson, AZ) Idaho (Home) #23 Maryland (N- EA Sports Maui Invitational) #12 Michigan State (N- EA Sports Maui Invitational) #3 Connecticut (N- EA Sports Maui Invitational) Portland State (Home) #18 Washington (Away) Washington State (Home) Oklahoma State (Neutral) Virginia (Home) Eastern Washington (Home) Saint Louis (Away) #4 Memphis (Away) Saint Joseph’s (Home) Saint Mary’s (Away) Santa Clara (Away) Pepperdine (Home) Loyola Marymount (Home) San Diego (Away) San Francisco (Away) Portland (Home) Santa Clara (Home) Saint Mary’s (Home) Stanford (Home) Portland (Away) Loyola Marymount (Away) Pepperdine (Away) San Diego (Home) San Francisco (Home) San Diego (Home) Loyola Marymount (Home) Xavier (N - NCAA Tourney - Salt Lake City, UT) Indiana (N - NCAA Tourney - Salt Lake City, UT) UCLA (N - NCAA Tourney - Oakland, CA) #2 North Carolina (N-NIT Tip-Off Classic – New York, NY) Butler (N-NIT Tip-Off Classic) Idaho (Home) Portland State (Home) #25 Texas (N-Hall of Fame Classic - Phoenix, AZ) Washington State (Away) #8 Washington (Home) Georgia (Away) #6 Duke (N-New York, NY) Montana (Home) Idaho (Home)

DATE W/L SCORE 11-17-07 W 84-48 11-22-07 W 74-71 11-23-07 L 73-63 11-24-07 W 82-64 11-29-07 W 70-65 (ot) 12-1-07 W 85-82 12-5-07 L 51-47 12-8-07 W 85-59 12-17-07 W 77-57 12-20-07 L 72-68 2-25-08 W 73-51 3-1-08 W 88-76 3-3-08 W 88-54 3-9-08 W 52-48 3-10-08 L 69-62 11-15-08 W 82-52 11-18-08 W 80-46 11-27-08 W 83-71 11-28-08 W 81-59 11-30-08 W 83-74 12-6-08 W 70-54 12-10-08 W 74-52 12-14-08 L 69-64 12-18-08 W 84-42 12-20-08 L 88-83 (ot) 12-23-08 L 77-70 12-31-08 L 66-65 1-22-09 W 83-69 1-24-09 W 93-60 1-29-09 W 69-62 1-31-09 W 64-47 2-5-09 W 93-78 2-7-09 L 68-50 2-12-09 W 72-70 2-14-09 W 78-73 2-19-09 W 91-54 2-21-09 W 92-58 2-26-09 W 81-73 2-28-09 W 58-47 3-3-09 W 90-40 3-8-09 W 94-59 3-9-09 W 83-58 3-19-09 W 77-64 3-21-09 W 83-81 3-27-09 L 98-77 12-2-09 W 74-69 12-5-09 L 75-77 12-9-09 W 79-40 12-12-09 W 103-91 12-19-09 L 41-76 12-28-09 W 94-52 12-31-09 W 83-69 1-02-10 W 85-83 (ot) 1-09-10 W 81-78 1-14-10 W 89-82 1-16-10 W 68-50 1-21-10 W 91-84 1-23-10 W 85-69 1-28-10 W 71-64 1-30-10 L 77-81 (ot) 2-4-10 W 76-49 2-6-10 W 66-58 2-11-10 W 80-61 2-13-10 W 82-65 2-18-10 L 66-74 2-20-10 W 72-54 2-25-10 W 88-51 2-27-10 W 75-69 3-2-10 W 78-59 3-7-10 W 77-62 3-8-10 L 62-81 3-19-10 W 67-60 3-21-10 L 65-87

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OPPONENT (LOCATION) UC Riverside (Home) Western Kentucky (Neutral - Great Alaska Shootout) Texas Tech (Neutral – Great Alaska Shootout) Virginia Tech (Neutral Great Alaska Shootout) Saint Joseph’s (Away) Connecticut (Neutral - College Basketball Hall of Fame Classic - Boston, MA) #6 Washington State (Home) Cal State Northridge (Home) Northern Colorado (Home) Oklahoma (Neutral - All-College Challenge - Oklahoma City, OK) Portland (Home) Saint Mary’s (Home) Santa Clara (Home) Santa Clara (Neutral - WCC Tourney – San Diego, CA) San Diego (Neutral - WCC Tourney - San Diego, CA)) Montana State Billings (Home) Idaho (Home) Oklahoma State (Neutral – Old Spice Classic - Lake Buena Vista, FL) Maryland (Neutral – Old Spice Classic - Lake Buena Vista, FL) Tennessee (Neutral – Old Spice Classic - Lake Buena Vista, FL) Indiana (N – College Basketball Hall of Fame Showcase – Indianapolis, IN) Washington State (Away) Arizona (Neutral – Duel in the Desert – Phoenix, AZ) Texas Southern (Home) Connecticut (Neutral – Battle in Seattle) Portland State (Home) Utah (Away) Pepperdine (Away) Loyola Marymount (Away) Saint Mary’s (Home) San Diego (Home) Portland (Away) Memphis (Neutral – Spokane Arena) Saint Mary’s (Away) San Francisco (Away) Loyola Marymount (Home) Pepperdine (Home) Santa Clara (Away) San Diego (Away) USC Upstate (Home) Santa Clara (N – WCC Tourney – Las Vegas, NV) Saint Mary’s (N – WCC Tourney – Las Vegas, NV) Akron (N – NCAA Tourney – Portland, OR) Western Kentucky (N – NCAA Tourney – Portland, OR) North Carolina (N – NCAA Tourney – Memphis, TN) Washington State (Home) Wake Forest (Home) Augustana (Home) Davidson (N - Battle in Seattle) #7 Duke (N - New York, NY) Eastern Washington (Home) Oklahoma (Neutral – Spokane Arena) Illinois (N - Chicago, IL) Portland (Away) Saint Mary’s (Away) San Diego (Away) Pepperdine (Home) Loyola Marymount (Home) Santa Clara (Away) San Francisco (Away) Portland (Home) Memphis (Away) Saint Mary’s (Home) San Diego (Home) San Francisco (Away) Pepperdine (Away) Santa Clara (Home) San Francisco (Home) CSU Bakersfield (Home) Loyola Marymount (N – WCC Tourney – Las Vegas, NV) Saint Mary’s (N – WCC Tourney – Las Vegas, NV) Florida State (N – NCAA Tourney – Buffalo, NY) #4 Syracuse (N – NCAA Tourney – Buffalo, NY)

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Vs. Nationally Ranked DATE W/L SCORE OPPONENT (LOCATION) 2-4-60 L 80-69 #2 Bradley (Home - Spokane Coliseum) Record vs. Ranked 12-19-60................. L...............................80-75.......................... #8 Detroit (Away) Opponent 12-20-60................. L...............................81-80.......................... #13 Providence (Away) 12-22-60................. L...............................97-69.......................... #6 St. John’s (Away) Overall: 26-52 12-23-68................. L...............................86-62.......................... #10 Santa Clara (Away) 12-10-70................. L...............................80-74.......................... #16 Utah State (Away) Home: 5-8 12-10-76................. L...............................77-53.......................... #19 DePaul (Away) Away: 3-21 12-28-77................. L...............................91-68.......................... #9 Nevada-Las Vegas (Away) 12-1-80.................... L...............................74-56.......................... #2 DePaul (Away) Neutral: 18-24 12-9-81.................... L...............................69-56.......................... #7 DePaul (Home) 1-22-82.................... L...............................80-65.......................... #11 San Francisco (Away) vs. Top 10: 5-32 2-20-82.................... L...............................69-58.......................... #16 San Francisco (Home) 12-16-89................. L...............................82-61.......................... #23 Oregon State (Home) 1-27-90.................... L...............................99-88.......................... #22 Loyola Marymount (Home) 3-16-95.................... L...............................87-63.......................... #10 Maryland (Neutral - NCAA Tourney - Salt Lake City, UT) 11-23-97................. W............................84-71.......................... #5 Clemson (Neutral - Top of the World Classic - Fairbanks, AK) 11-14-98................. L...............................80-66.......................... #8 Kansas (Away) 11-18-98................. L...............................83-68.......................... #15 Purdue (Away - Preseason NIT) 12-8-98.................... W............................82-71.......................... #17 Washington (Neutral - Spokane Arena) 12-30-98................. L...............................90-87.......................... #24 Texas Christian (Away - Ft. Worth, TX) 3-13-99.................... W............................82-74.......................... #7 Stanford (Neutral - NCAA Tourney - Seattle, WA) 3-20-99.................... L...............................67-62.......................... #3 Connecticut (Neutral - NCAA Tourney - Phoenix, AZ) 12-4-99.................... L...............................75-68.......................... #1 Cincinnati (Neutral - Rock-N-Roll Shootout - Cleveland, OH) 12-8-99.................... L...............................64-48.......................... #18 Temple (Neutral - Great Eight - Chicago, IL) 12-11-99................. W............................59-43.......................... #11 UCLA (Away) 3-18-00.................... W............................82-76.......................... #9 St. John’s (Neutral - NCAA Tourney - Tucson, AZ) 3-23-00.................... L...............................75-66.......................... #24 Purdue (Neutral - NCAA Tourney - Albuquerque, NM) 11-29-00................. L...............................101-87........................ #5 Arizona (Away) 12-16-00................. L...............................85-71.......................... #8 Florida (Neutral - Orange Bowl Classic - Sunrise, FL) 3-16-01.................... W............................86-85.......................... #15 Virginia (Neutral - NCAA Tourney - Memphis, TN) 3-23-01.................... L...............................77-62.......................... #3 Michigan State (Neutral - NCAA Tourney - Atlanta, GA) 11-16-01................. L...............................76-58.......................... #2 Illinois (Away) 11-23-01................. W............................67-64.......................... #23 Texas (Neutral - Great Alaska Shootout - Anchorage, AK) 12-6-01.................... W............................87-77.......................... #16 Fresno State (Neutral - Loud Records/Fab Four Classic - Inglewood, CA) 11-26-02................. L...............................76-75.......................... #19 Indiana (Neutral - Maui Invitational - Maui, HI) 11-27-02................. L...............................80-72.......................... #15 Kentucky (Neutral - Maui Invitational - Maui, HI) 12-17-02................. W............................69-60.......................... #25 North Carolina State (Neutral - Jimmy V Classic - E. Rutherford, NJ) 3-22-03.................... L...............................96-95 (2ot)................. #2 Arizona (Neutral - NCAA Tourney - Salt Lake City, UT) 11-14-03................. L...............................73-66.......................... #17 Saint Joseph’s (Neutral - Coaches vs. Cancer Classic - New York, NY) 12-6-03.................... W............................82-68.......................... #25 Maryland (Neutral - BB&T Classic - Washington DC) 12-13-03................. W............................87-80 (ot)................... #3 Missouri (Neutral - Battle in Seattle - Seattle, WA) 12-20-03................. L...............................87-80.......................... #9 Stanford (Neutral - Pete Newell Challenge - Oakland, CA) 11-27-04................. L...............................89-72.......................... #5 Illinois (Neutral - Wooden Tradition - Indianapolis, IN) 12-1-04.................... W............................99-87.......................... #14 Washington (Home) 12-18-04................. W............................85-73.......................... # 3 Georgia Tech (Neutral - Las Vegas Showdown - Las Vegas, NV) 12-28-04................. W............................78-75.......................... # 3 Oklahoma State (Neutral - All-College Classic - Oklahoma City, OK) 3-19-05.................... L...............................71-69.......................... #24 Texas Tech (Neutral - NCAA Tourney - Tucson, AZ) 11-21-05................. W............................88-76.......................... #23 Maryland (Neutral - EA Sports Maui Invitational) 11-22-05................. W............................109-106 (3ot)............ #12 Michigan State (Neutral - EA Sports Maui Invitational) 11-23-05................. L...............................65-63.......................... #3 Connecticut (Neutral - EA Sports Maui Invitational) 12-04-05................. L...............................99-95.......................... #18 Washington (Away) 12-27-05................. L...............................83-72.......................... #4 Memphis (Away) 3-23-06.................... L...............................73-71.......................... #7 UCLA (Neutral - NCAA Tourney - Oakland, CA) 11-22-06................. W............................82-74.......................... #2 North Carolina (Neutral - NIT Tip-Off Classic - New York, NY) 12-2-06.................... W............................87-77.......................... #25 Texas (Neutral - Hall of Fame Classic - Phoenix, AZ) 12-9-06.................... W............................97-77.......................... #8 Washington (Home) 12-21-06................. L...............................61-54.......................... #6 Duke (Neutral – Aeropostale Classic - New York, NY) 12-30-06................. L...............................84-72.......................... #18 Nevada (Away) 1-31-07.................... W............................90-86 (2ot)................. #23 Stanford (Away) 2-17-07.................... L...............................78-77 (ot)................... #8 Memphis (Neutral - Spokane Arena) 12-5-07.................... L...............................51-48.......................... #6 Washington State (Home) 12-29-07................. L...............................88-72.......................... #11 Tennessee (Neutral - Battle in Seattle) 1-26-08.................... L...............................81-73.......................... #1 Memphis (Away) 2-4-08...................... L...............................89-85 (ot)................... #25 Saint Mary’s (Away) 3-1-08...................... W............................88-76.......................... #25 Saint Mary’s (Home) 11-30-08................. W............................83-74.......................... #12 Tennessee (Neutral – Old Spice Classic – Lake Buena Vista, FL) 12-20-08................. L...............................88-83 (ot)................... #2 Connecticut (Neutral – Battle in Seattle) 1-7-09...................... W............................89-79 (ot)................... #15/25 Tennessee (Away) 1-29-09.................... W............................69-62.......................... #25/18 Saint Mary’s (Home) 2-7-09...................... L...............................68-50.......................... #14/15 Memphis (Neutral – Spokane Arena) 3-27-09.................... L...............................98-77.......................... #2/3 North Carolina (Neutral – NCAA Tourney – Memphis, TN) 11-17-09................. L...............................75-71.......................... #2/#2 Michigan State (Away) 12-1-09.................... L...............................76-41.......................... #7/#7 Duke (Neutral – Aeropostale Classic - New York, NY) 3-21-10.................... L...............................87-65.......................... #4/#4 Syracuse (Neutral - NCAA Tournament - Buffalo, NY)

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Iona........................................................... 2-2 Iowa.......................................................... 0-2 IPFW......................................................... 1-0 Kansas...................................................... 0-1 Kansas State....................................0-1 Kentucky.................................................. 0-1 Lawrence Tech........................................ 1-0 Lewis-Clark State................................... 8-0 Long Beach State................................... 2-1 Louisville................................................... 1-0 # Loyola Marymount...................51-23 Maine....................................................... 2-0 Manhattan............................................... 0-1 Mankota State........................................ 1-0 Marquette........................................1-1 Maryland................................................. 3-1 Massachusetts......................................... 1-0 Memphis..........................................2-4 Michigan State....................................... 1-3 Minnesota................................................ 1-0 Mississippi State..................................... 1-0 Mississippi Valley State........................1-0 Missouri.................................................... 1-1 Monmouth................................................ 2-0 Montana.......................................... 101-48 Montana State...................................27-22 Montana State-Billings.......................... 8-1 Montana Tech......................................... 2-0 Murray State.......................................... 1-0 Nevada.................................................... 4-4 Nevada-Las Vegas................................ 0-2 New Hampshire...................................... 1-0 New Mexico............................................ 1-1 Niagara................................................... 0-1 North Carolina........................................ 1-1 North Carolina-Wilmington.................1-0 North Carolina State............................. 1-0 North Dakota.......................................... 3-0 North Texas State.................................. 1-0 Northern Arizona................................ 13-6 Northern Colorado................................ 2-0 Northern Iowa......................................... 0-1 Northern Montana................................. 1-0 Northwest College................................. 1-0 Ohio.......................................................... 1-0 Oklahoma................................................ 1-1 Oklahoma State...............................3-0 Oregon................................................. 3-19 Oregon State....................................... 0-11 Pacific, University of the.......................2-1 Pacific Lutheran....................................... 1-1 Parson’s College..................................... 1-0 Penn State............................................... 1-0 # Pepperdine...............................38-31 # Portland....................................85-65 Portland State..................................... 18-7 Prairie View A&M.................................. 1-0 Providence............................................... 0-2 Puget Sound............................................ 3-4 Purdue...................................................... 0-2 Regis......................................................... 2-0 Rhode Island........................................... 0-1 Rice........................................................... 1-0 Robert Morris College........................... 1-0 St. Cloud State....................................... 2-0 St. Francis (Penn.)................................... 1-0 St. John’s.................................................. 2-1 St. John’s (Minnesota)............................ 1-0

St. Martin’s............................................ 10-0 St. Peter’s................................................. 0-1 Saint Joseph’s......................................... 3-2 Saint Louis................................................ 2-0 # Saint Mary’s.............................51-24 Sacramento State.................................. 2-2 Samford................................................... 1-0 Sam Houston State................................. 1-0 # San Diego.................................56-20 San Diego State...............................1-0 San Fernando Valley College.............0-1 # San Francisco...........................41-20 San Jose State........................................ 2-5 # Santa Clara..............................44-29 Seattle Pacific......................................... 4-2 Seattle University................................ 8-20 Scranton College.................................... 0-1 Simon Fraser .......................................... 2-0 South Alabama....................................... 2-0 South Carolina Upstate.........................1-0 South Dakota.......................................... 1-0 Southern California (USC)....................0-2 Southern Utah......................................... 1-1 Southwest Texas State........................... 1-0 Stanford................................................... 4-2 Syracuse.................................................. 0-1 Temple...................................................... 0-1 Tennessee................................................. 2-1 Tennessee State...................................... 1-1 Texas........................................................ 2-0 Texas-Arlington...................................... 0-1 Texas Christian........................................ 1-1 Texas-Pan American.............................. 2-0 Texas-San Antonio................................. 2-0 Texas Southern....................................... 1-0 Texas Tech............................................... 0-2 Toledo....................................................... 0-1 Tulsa.......................................................... 3-0 UCLA........................................................ 1-1 United States International..................2-0 Utah.......................................................... 2-2 Utah State............................................... 0-1 Valparaiso............................................... 1-0 Virginia.................................................... 2-1 Virginia Tech........................................... 1-0 Wake Forest.....................................0-1 Warner Pacific........................................ 1-0 Washington........................................13-30 Washington State.........................48-97 Weber State......................................12-31 Western Kentucky.................................. 2-0 Western Montana.................................. 7-0 Western Washington............................. 1-0 Whitman............................................... 12-0 Whitworth............................................. 32-4 Wichita State......................................... 0-1 Willamette.............................................. 1-0 Winthrop................................................. 1-0 Wisconsin................................................. 1-2 Wisconsin-Green Bay............................ 2-2 Wisconsin-Milwaukee............................ 1-1 Wyoming................................................. 2-2 Xavier (Ohio)...................................1-1 Yale........................................................... 1-0

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All-Time Series Air Force Academy (4-1) 1976 L 35-51 1977 W 68-55 1985 W 64-59 1986 W 79-49 1995 # W 95-62 # Cessna Classic (Wichita, KS) Current GU Streak - Won 4

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Akron, University of (1-0) 2009# W 77-64 N #NCAA 1st Round (Portland, OR) Current GU Streak - Won 1 Alcorn State University (1-0) 1993 # W 77-67 # UAB Classic (Birmingham, AL) Current GU Streak - Won 1

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California, University of (0-1) 2000 # L 64-72 N # Pete Newell Challenge (Oakland, CA) Current GU Streak - Lost 1 California-Irvine (0-1) 1983 # L 61-75 # Wolfpack Classic (Reno, NV) Current GU Streak - Lost 1 California-Riverside (1-0) 2008 W 84-48 Current GU Streak - Won1

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Arizona, University of (0-3) 2001 L 87-101 A 2003 # L 95-96 (2ot) N 2009% L 64-69 N # NCAA 2nd Round (Salt Lake City, UT) %Duel in the Desert (Phoenix, AZ) Current GU Streak - Lost 3

California-Santa Barbara (0-1) 1975 # L 56-59 N # USF Tournament (San Francisco, CA) Current GU Streak - Lost 1 Cal State Bakersfield (1-0) 2010 W 78-59 Current GU Streak - Won 1

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Cal State Fullerton (2-0) 1996 W 83-57 1997 W 77-70 Current GU Streak - Won 2

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Arkansas Pine Bluff, University of (1-0) 2002 W 92-42 H Current GU Streak - Won 1 Augustana College (1-0) 2010 W 79-40 Current GU Streak - Won 1

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Baylor University (2-0) 1992 # W 77-75 N 2007 + W 78-69 N # Coors Light Classic (Fresno, CA) + Dick’s Sporting Goods NIT (Spokane, WA) Current GU Streak - Won 2

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Butler University (0-1) 2007 + L 71-79 N + Dick’s Sporting Goods NIT (NY, NY) Current GU Streak - GU Lost 1

Boise State University (17-17) 1970 L 72-92 1971 * L 74-90 1971 * W 92-87 1972 * W 70-57 1972 * W 78-57 1973 * W 73-58 1973 * L 85-87 (ot) 1974 * L 66-73 1974 * W 77-63 1975 * W 84-81 1975 * L 77-78 1976 * W 76-70 1976 * L 65-89 1977 * W 68-61 1977 * L 84-100 1978 * W 77-64 1978 * L 69-80 1979 * L 70-72 1979 * L 81-85 (ot) 1982 W 59-58 1983 W 68-62 1984 L 54-72 1985 W 55-54 1987 W 77-76 1988 L 49-89 1989 L 65-73 1990 L 52-54 1991 L 53-56 1996 W 83-68 1997 # L 64-73 1998 W 83-70 1999 W 68-58 2000 W 71-55 2001 L 69-94 * Big Sky Conference Games # Albertson’s Classic (Boise, ID) Current GU Streak - Lost 1

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Boston University (1-0) 1991 # W 75-63 H # Shootout Spokane (Spokane, WA) Current GU Streak - Won 1 Bradley University (0-2) 1959 L 73-90 A 1960 # L 69-80 N # Game played at Spokane Coliseum Current GU Streak - Lost 2

Cal State Northridge (2-0) 1994 # W 90-57 N 2008 W 85-59 H # Fry’s Invitational (Palo Alto, CA) Current GU Streak - Won 2 Canisius College (1-1) 1994 # L 66-81 1995 W 74-63 # Canisius Classic (Buffalo, NY) Current GU Streak - Won 1 Chicago State University (2-0) 1998 W 97-51 1999 W 84-38 Current GU Streak - Won 2

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Denver University (1-0) 2004 W 90-58 Current GU Streak - Won 1

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DePaul University (1-4) 1975 L 73-80 1977 L 53-77 1981 L 56-74 1982 L 56-69 1983 W 49-48 Current GU Streak - Won 1

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Detroit University (0-2) 1961 L 75-80 A 1999 # L 48-49 N # Hawkeye Classic (Iowa City, IA) Current GU Streak - Lost 2 Drake University (1-0) 1985 # W 56-38 N # Milwaukee Classic (Milwaukee, WI) Current GU Streak - Won 1 Drexel University (1-0) 1993 # W 91-78 H # Shootout Spokane (Spokane, WA) Current GU Streak - Won 1 Duke University (0-2) 2007 ! L 54-61 N 2010 ! L 41-76 N ! Madison Square Garden (New York, NY) Current GU Streak - Lost 2 Duquesne University (0-1) 1965 L 69-83 Current GU Streak - Lost 1

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Cincinnati, University of (2-1) 2000 # L 68-75 N 2003 $ W 74-69 N 2010 + W 61-59 (ot) N # Rock-N-Roll Shootout (Cleveland, OH) $ NCAA First Round (Salt Lake City, UT) + EA Sports Maui Invitational Current GU Streak - Won 2 Clemson University (1-0) 1998 # W 84-71 N # Top of the World Classic (Fairbanks, AK) Current GU Streak - Won 1 Colorado, University of (1-1) 2000 # L 77-81 N 2010 + W 76-72 N # Rainbow Classic (Honolulu, HI) + EA Sports Maui Invitational Current GU Streak - Won 1 Colorado State University (1-1) 1960 + W 57-55 N 1997 # L 61-72 A + Idaho State Classic (Pocatello, ID) # Bank One - Dodge Classic (Ft. Collins, CO) Current GU Streak - Lost 1 Connecticut, University of (1-3) 1999 # L 62-67 N 2006 ! L 65-63 N 2008 @ W 85-82 A 2009~ L 83-88 (ot) N # NCAA West Regional (Phoenix, AZ) ! EA Sports Maui Invitational @ Hall of Fame Classsic (Boston, MA) ~Battle in Seattle (Seattle, WA) Current GU Streak - Lost 1 Creighton University (1-5) 1959 L 62-67 1960 # W 71-70 1962 L 77-82 1964 L 79-89 1976 L 62-70 1977 L 83-100 # Played at Coeur d’Alene, ID Current GU Streak - Lost 4

Davidson University (1-1) 2008 ! L 76-82 N 2010 # W 103-91 N ! NCAA First Round (Raleigh, NC) # Battle in Seattle (Seattle, WA) Current GU Streak - Won 1

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Eastern Washington University (51-7) 1959 * W 73-58 N 1960 W 71-45 A 1960 * W 81-59 N 1961 * W 87-77 N 1962 * W 78-57 N 1962 W 78-70 A 1963 W 87-73 A 1963 * W 80-40 N 1964 * W 108-57 N 1964 W 80-75 A 1965 * W 83-69 N 1966 W 62-42 A 1971 W 84-69 H 1972 L 75-78 A 1973 W 88-63 H 1978 L 51-62 A 1979 W 74-63 H 1980 L 65-77 A 1981 W 67-61 H 1982 W 77-58 A 1983 W 66-60 H 1984 W 86-57 H 1984 W 91-80 A 1985 W 62-52 H 1985 L 63-66 A 1986 L 54-56 A 1986 L 58-60 H 1987 # W 62-60 N 1987 W 87-58 H 1987 W 79-69 A 1988 # W 82-61 N 1988 W 75-63 H 1988 W 88-68 A 1989 W 75-63 A 1989 W 70-68 H 1990 L 55-70 H 1991 W 108-67 A 1991 W 81-63 H 1992 W 74-67 H 1992 W 67-49 A 1993 W 71-50 H 1993 W 73-68 A 1994 W 99-54 H 1995 W 68-58 A 1996 W 68-55 H 1996 W 63-55 A 1997 W 80-65 A 1998 W 100-78 A 1999 W 81-59 A 2000 W 81-47 H 2001 W 74-65 A 2002 W 84-74 (ot) H

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2003 & W 67-64 N 2004 & W 70-49 N 2005 & W 83-70 N 2006 & W 75-65 N 2007 W 90-75 H 2010 W 94-52 H * Game played at Spokane Coliseum # Inland Northwest Classic (Spokane, WA) & Game played at Spokane Arena Current GU Streak - Won 22 Fairfield University (1-1) 1990 L 60-62 1991 W 99-98 Current GU Streak - Won 1

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Florida, University of (1-1) 1999 * W 73-72 N 2001 # L 71-85 N * NCAA West Regional (Phoenix, AZ) # Orange Bowl Classic (Sunrise, FL) Current GU Streak - Lost 1 Florida State University of (1-0) 2010 # W 67-60 N # NCAA First Round (Buffalo, NY) Current GU Streak - Won 1 Fresno State University (2-1) 1961 + W 102-80 H 1992 # L 76-77 (ot) A 2002 $ W 87-77 N + Played at Spokane Coliseum # Coors Light Classic (Fresno, CA) $ Loud Records Fab Four Classic (Inglewood, CA) Current GU Streak - Won 1 George Washington Univ. (1-0) 2004 # W 96-91 N # BB&T Classic (Washington D.C.) Current GU Streak - Won 1 Georgia, University of (2-2) 2003# L 83-95 N 2004~ W 82-76 (ot) N 2007# L 96-83 N 2008~ W 75-67 N # Peach Bowl Classic (Atlanta, GA) ~ Played at Spokane Arena Current GU Streak - Won 1 Georgia State University (1-0) 1995 # W 90-65 H # Shootout Spokane (Spokane, WA) Current GU Streak - Won 1 Georgia Tech (1-0) 2005 # W 85-73 N # Vegas Showdown (Las Vegas, NV) Current GU Streak - Won 1 Hawai’i, University of (2-1) 1978 W 70-62 A 1978 W 87-83 A 1998 # L 70-78 A # NIT Second Round (Honolulu, HI) Current GU Streak - Lost 1 Hofstra University (1-0) 2003 W 69-61 Current GU Streak - Won 1

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Howard University (2-0) 1986 # W 62-60 (ot) N 1991 + W 79-67 H # M.H. Classic (New Rochelle, NY) + Shootout Spokane (Spokane, WA) Current GU Streak - Won 2 Idaho, University of (64-70 all-time) 1960 L 53-64 A 1960 L 57-63 H 1961 L 78-106 H 1962 L 57-70 A 1962 W 6763 H 1963 L 52-63 H 1963 # L 57-66 N 1964 * W 69-61 A 1964 * W 75-65 H 1965 * L 65-85 A 1965 * W 67-61 H 1966 * W 95-79 H 1966 * W 82-65 A 1967 & W 80-66 N 1967 * L 61-64 H 1967 * W 67-62 A 1968 & W 59-53 N 1968 * L 64-75 A 1968 * L 65-70 H

1968 * W 94-75 H 1969 * W 70-61 H 1969 * L 52-65 A 1969 * L 69-82 A 1970 * W 61-54 H 1970 * L 59-60 A 1970 * L 73-83 H 1971 * L 75-80 A 1971 * W 79-55 H 1972 * L 55-58 H 1972 * W 85-69 A 1973 * W 88-82 (2ot) A 1973 * W 85-75 H 1974 * W 70-62 H 1974 * W 72-70 A 1975 * L 61-63 A 1975 * W 73-63 H 1976 * L 59-60 H 1976 * W 70-61 A 1977 * L 65-68 A 1977 * W 92-68 H 1978 * W 59-53 A 1978 * W 91-72 H 1979 * W 66-61 A 1979 * W 65-58 H 1980 L 49-50 A 1981 L 69-73 H 1982 L 57-65 A 1983 L 51-54 H 1984 W 59-52 A 1985 W 56-54 H 1986 W 72-61 H 1986 L 60-61 H 1987 L 55-62 A 1988 + L 60-64 N 1988 W 77-57 H 1989 + L 72-80 (ot) N 1989 W 66-63 A 1990 L 47-67 H 1991 L 66-70 A 1992 W 80-62 H 1993 L 64-82 A 1994 W 76-69 H 1995 W 64-58 A 1995 W 75-55 H 1998 W 76-60 H 1998 L 64-71 A 1999 W 94-55 H 2000 W 60-49 A 2001 W 92-42 H 2004 W 84-63 H 2005 W 88-74 H 2006 W 69-60 H 2007 W 76-51 H 2008 W 80-43 H 2009 W 80-46 H # Played at Twin Falls, ID * Big Sky Conference Game & Lilac Tournament (Spokane, WA) + Inland Northwest Classic (Spokane, WA) Current GU Streak - Won 9 Idaho State University (23-26) 1961 W 85-81 1962 # L 79-80 1962 $ L 77-86 1963 ^ L 64-73 1964 *# W 77-64 1964 * L 95-103 1965 *# W 74-53 1965 * L 97-101 1966 * W 93-86 1966 * W 87-73 1967 * L 80-87 1967 * W 96-81 1968 * W 82-78 1968 * L 88-97 1968 * L 65-68 1969 * W 109-87 1969 * W 85-74 1969 * W 85-81 1970 * L 81-85 1970 * L 88-94 1970 * W 74-62 1971 * L 68-70 1971 * W 75-59 1972 * W 90-75 1972 * L 75-85 1973 * L 63-66 1973 * L 72-74 1974 * L 64-67 1974 * L 55-77 1975 * L 52-64 1975 * W 87-78 1976 * L 74-79

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All-Time Series 1982 W 78-69 H 1982 * W 79-68 A 1983 L 70-74 (ot) H 1983 * L 61-66 A 1983 * W 87-77 H 1984 L 68-70 (ot) A 1984 * W 84-66 H 1984 * W 73-70 A 1985 * W 72-68 H 1985 * W 51-49 A 1986 * L 54-66 H 1986 * W 81-79 A 1987 * W 114-101 (ot) A 1987 * W 93-88 H 1988 * L 72-85 H 1988 * L 100-116 A 1989 * L 104-113 H 1989 * L 136-147 A 1989 + L 98-101 N 1990 * L 100-144 A 1990 * L 88-99 H 1990 $ L 84-121 A 1991 * L 79-91 H Illinois, University of (1-2) 1991 * L 76-86 A 2002 L 58-76 A 1992 * W 97-95 (ot) H 2005 # L 72-89 N 1992 * L 92-95 A 2010 & W 85-83 (ot) N 1993 * W 65-64 A # Wooden Tradition (Indianapolis, IN) 1993 * W 87-73 H # United Center (Chicago, IL) 1994 * L 80-82 A Current GU Streak - Won 1 1994 * W 121-85 H 1994 ? W 91-76 N Indiana University (2-2) 1995 * W 88-72 H 2003 # L 75-76 N 1995 * W 68-53 A 2006 ! W 90-80 N 1996 * L 69-83 A 2007 @ L 57-70 N 1996 * W 81-68 H 2009~ W 70-54 N 1997 * W 71-60 H # Maui Invitational (Lahaina, HI) 1997 * W 77-75 A ! NCAA Tourney (Salt Lake City, UT) 1998 * W 93-62 A @ NCAA Tourney (Sacramento, CA) 1998 * W 107-84 H ~College Basketball Hall of Fame Showcase 1998 ? W 79-78 N (Indianapolis, IN) 1999 * W 105-78 H Current GU Streak - Won 1 1999 * W 85-72 A 2000 * W 103-56 H Indiana University Purdue University 2000 * W 101-77 A Ft. Wayne (1-0) 2001 * W 84-64 A 2010 W 90-55 H 2001 * W 101-68 H Current GU Streak - Won 1 2002 * W 94-60 A Indiana State University (1-0) 2002 * W 72-51 H 2001 # W 85-68 N 2002 ~ W 82-64 N # NCAA 2nd Round (Memphis, TN) 2003 * W 85-73 H Current GU Streak - Won 1 2003 * L 74-80 A 2004 * W 74-60 A Iona College (2-2) 2004 * W 87-57 H 1961 $ W 73-64 N 2005 * W 76-65 H 1986 # L 55-74 A 2005 * W 61-58 A 1990 L 71-82 A 2006 * W 92-80 H 1991 W 91-82 H 2006 * W 79-70 A $ City of Roses Tournament (Portland, OR) 2006 ) W 68-67 H # Hanover Classic (New Rochelle, NY) 2007 * W 97-62 H Current GU Streak - Won 1 2007 * L 61-67 A 2008 * W 91-68 A Iowa, University of (0-2) 2008 * W 83-50 H 1985 L 40-62 A 2009 * W 93-60 A 1986 # L 64-85 N 2009 * W 91-54 H # Played at Spokane Coliseum 2010 * W 85-69 H Current GU Streak - Lost 2 2010 * L 66-74 A Kansas, University of (0-1) 2010 ! W 77-62 N 1999 L 66-80 A * West Coast Conference Games Current GU Streak - Lost 1 # Long Beach Classic (Long Beach, CA) & Played at Spokane Coliseum Kansas State University (0-1) ^ Games Forfeited to Gonzaga 1994 # L 64-66 A + WCC Tournament (San Francisco, CA) # NIT 2nd Round (Manhattan, KS) $ WCC Tournament (Los Angeles, CA) Current GU Streak - Lost 1 ? WCC Tournament (Santa Clara, CA) ~ WCC Tournament (San Diego, CA) Kentucky, University of (0-1) ) WCC Tournament (Spokane, WA) 2003 # L 72-80 N ! WCC Tournament (Las Vegas, NV) # Maui Invitational (Lahaina, HI) Current GU Streak - Won 1 Current GU Streak - Lost 1 Maine, University of (2-0) Long Beach State University (2-1) 1992 # W 70-55 H 1962 L 83-90 A 1995 # W 66-57 H 1963 # W 78-74 H # Shootout Spokane (Spokane, WA) 2003 W 90-55 H Current GU Streak Won 2 # Home game at Spokane Coliseum Current GU Streak - Won 2 Manhattan College (0-1) 1960 # L 73-91 N Louisville, University of (1-0) # City of Roses Tournament (Portland, OR) 2000 # W 77-66 N Current GU Streak Lost 1 # NCAA 1st Round (Tucson, AZ) Current GU Streak - Won 1 Marquette University (1-1) 60-54 A Loyola Marymount University (51-23) 1985 # W 2002 + L 63-72 N 1974 W 86-72 H # Milwaukee Classic (Milwaukee, WI) 1977 # L 59-68 N + Great Alaska Shootout (Anchor1979 W 70-55 H age, AK) 1980 *^& L 80-92 N Current GU Streak - Lost 1 1980 *^ L 79-84 A 1981 * W 64-48 H 1981 * W 63-60 (ot) A

Maryland, University of (3-1) 1995 # L 63-87 N 2004 ~ W 82-68 N 2006! W 88-76 N 2009+ W 81-59 N # NCAA 1st Round (Salt Lake City, UT) ~ BB&T Classic (Washington D.C.) !EA Sports Maui Invitational +Old Spice Classic (Lake Buena Vista, FL) Current GU Streak - Won 3 Massachusetts, University of (1-0) 2005 # W 68-57 N # Battle In Seattle (Seattle, WA) Current GU Streak - Won 1

1997 L 63-67 (ot) H 1998 W 87-80 A 2000 W 76-61 A 2000 W 88-70 H 2001 W 77-69 A 2002 W 83-63 H 2003 W 75-67 A 2004 W 88-67 H 2005 W 78-62 H 2008 W 77-54 H * Big Sky Conference Game # Played at Spokane Coliseum (Spokane, WA) + Championship Tournament (Missoula, MT) Current GU Streak - Won 9

Montana State University (27-22) 1959 L 85-61 A 1959 # W 85-80 H 1960 L 72-81 A 1960 # W 82-71 H 1961 # W 80-79 H 1961 L 80-97 A 1962 # W 75-60 H 1962 L 61-67 A 1963 # W 63-56 H 1963 L 63-70 A 1964 $* L 72-82 N Michigan State University (1-3) 1964 * L 60-69 A 1998 # L 68-70 A 1965 #* W 77-69 H 2001 $ L 62-77 N 1965 * W 67-57 A 2006! W 109-106(ot) N 1966 * W 89-55 H 2010 L 71-75 A 1966 * L 74-75 A # Coca-Cola Classic (East Lansing, MI) 1967 * W 80-71 A $ NCAA 3rd Round (Atlanta, GA) 1967 * W 69-52 H !EA Sports Maui Invitational 1968 * L 73-75 A Current GU Streak - Lost 1 1968 * W 77-71 H Minnesota, University of (1-0) 1968 * W 69-63 H 1999 # W 75-63 N 1969 * L 67-77 A # NCAA 1st Round (Seattle, WA) 1969 * L 75-77 A Current GU Streak - Won 1 1969 * L 66-87 H 1970 * W 79-58 A Mississippi State University (1-0) 1970 * L 61-64 H 1998 # W 70-68 N 1970 * W 79-76 H # Top of the World Classic (Fairbanks, AK) 1971 * W 94-79 H Current GU Streak - Won 1 1971 * L 71-81 A 79-61 A Mississippi Valley State University (1-0) 1972 * W 1972 * W 68-48 H 2010 W 92-74 H 1973 * L 51-73 A Current GU Streak - Won 1 1973 * L 71-84 H Missouri, University of (1-1) 1974 * L 90-101 H 2004 # W 87-80 (ot) N 1974 * W 75-66 A 2005 L 61-63 A 1975 * W 88-77 H # Battle in Seattle (Seattle, WA) 1975 * L 56-58 A Current GU Streak - Lost 1 1976 * L 62-64 A 1976 * W 75-66 H Monmouth University (2-0) 1977 * L 68-81 A 2001 W 95-69 H 1977 * W 93-69 H 2002 W 79-54 A 1978 * W 91-76 H Current GU Streak - Won 2 1978 * L 78-80 A 1979 * W 95-72 A Montana, University of (101-48 1979 * W 70-64 H all-time) 1984 W 78-68 A 1964 * # W 100-83 N 1985 W 78-65 H 1964 * W 83-81 A 1996 L 56-58 A 1965 * # W 91-79 N 1997 W 91-76 H 1965 * L 82-83 A # Home game at Spokane Coliseum 1966 * W 100-69 H $ Played at Coeur d’Alene, ID 1966 * W 82-81 A * Big Sky Conference Game 1967 * W 94-73 A Current GU Streak - Won 1 1967 * W 102-60 H 1968 * L 75-94 A Murray State University (1-0) 1968 * W 83-82 A 1981 # W 72-52 N 1968 * W 81-56 H # Champions International (Missoula, 1969 * W 87-69 A MT) 1969 * W 71-68 H Current GU Streak - Won 1 1969 * L 74-76 H 1970 * W 68-67 A Nevada, University of (4-4) 1970 * L 92-98 A 1962 W 84-66 H 1970 * W 85-66 H 1962 W 77-69 A 1971 * W 81-73 H 1974 W 75-61 H 1971 * L 71-82 A 1983 # L 67-71 A 1972 * W 66-63 A 1990 L 69-79 A 1995 W 90-75 H 1972 * L 53-69 H 2004 $ L 72-91 N 1973 * L 54-57 A 2007 ~ L 74-82 N 1973 * W 60-57 (ot) H # Wolf Pack Classic (Reno, NV) 1974 * W 69-68 H $ NCAA 2nd Round (Seattle, WA) 1974 * L 54-89 A ~ Battle in Seattle (Seattle, WA) 1975 * L 51-53 H Current GU Streak - Lost 2 1975 * L 39-55 A 1976 * L 54-72 A Nevada-Las Vegas, University of (0-2) 1976 * W 60-49 H 1966 L 74-78 A 1977 * L 50-53 A 1978 # L 68-91 A 1977 * W 63-60 H # Las Vegas Classic (Las Vegas, NV) 1978 * L 55-69 H Current GU Streak - Lost 2 1978 * L 47-59 A 1979 * L 53-68 A New Hampshire, University of (1-0) 1979 * W 56-52 H 1994 # W 84-74 H 1981 + W 59-57 A # Shootout Spokane (Spokane, WA) 1982 W 80-77 H Current GU Streak - Won 1 Memphis, University of (2-4) 1999 # W 88-73 2006 L 83-72 2007 ! L 77-78 (ot) 2008 L 77-81 2009 ! L 50-68 2010 W 66-58 # Preseason NIT (Memphis, TN) ! Spokane, Arena Current GU Streak - Won 1

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New Mexico, University of (1-1) 2001 # L 80-81 (ot) N 2002 W 95-90 (ot) A # Played at Spokane Arena Current GU Streak - Won 1 Niagara University (0-1) 1994 # L 61-63 # Canisius Classic (Buffalo, NY) Current GU Streak - Lost 1

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North Carolina, University of (1-1) 2007 # W 82-74 N 2009! L 77-98 N # Dick’s Sporting Goods NIT (New York, NY) !NCAA Sweet Sixteen (Memphis, TN) Current GU Streak - Lost 1 North Carolina-Wilmington, Univ. of (1-0) 1990 # W 55-48 N # Marquette Classic (Milwaukee, WI) Current GU Streak - Won 1 North Carolina State University (1-0) 2003 # W 69-60 N # Jimmy V Classic (E. Rutherford, NJ) Current GU Streak - Won 1 North Texas State University (1-0) 1963 # W 86-75 N # Eastern Montana (Billings, MT) Current GU Streak - Won 1 Northern Arizona University (13-6) 1965 W 107-106 H 1971 * W 111-83 H 1971 * L 77-83 A 1972 * L 82-88 (ot) A 1972 * W 88-72 H 1973 * W 70-58 A 1973 * W 99-81 H 1974 * W 72-57 H 1974 * L 59-63 A 1975 * W 91-90 A 1975 * W 77-75 H 1976 * L 62-77 A 1976 * W 86-81 H 1977 * W 71-70 A 1977 * W 76-62 H 1978 * W 67-55 H 1978 * L 75-89 A 1979 * W 62-54 H 1979 * L 65-84 A * Big Sky Conference Game Current GU Streak - Lost 1 Northern Colorado, University of (2-0) 2005 W 87-60 H 2008 W 77-57 H Current GU Streak - Won 2 Northern Iowa, University of (0-1) 1988 # L 67-71 N # Drake Classic (Des Moines, IA) Current GU Streak - Lost 1 Ohio University (1-0) 2000 # W 83-55 N # Rainbow Classic (Honolulu, HI) Current GU Streak - Won 1 Oklahoma, University of (1-1) 2008 L 68-72 A 2010 ! W 83-69 N ! Spokane, Arena Current GU Streak - Won 1 Oklahoma State University (3-0) 2005 # W 78-75 N 2006 $ W 64-62 H 2009 ! W 83-71 N # All-College Classic (Oklahoma City, OK) $ Battle in Seattle (Seattle, WA) +Old Spice Classic (Lake Buena Vista, FL) Current GU Streak - Won 3

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1976 * L 71-81 A 1977 * L 59-60 H 1977 * L 66-103 A 1978 * W 81-78 (4ot) H 1978 * L 78-86 A 1979 * L 75-79 A 1979 * W 75-67 H 1982 L 63-77 A 1983 W 69-68 H 1984 W 65-63 (ot) A 1985 W 65-60 H 1987 W 79-62 H 1988 L 60-63 A 1991 W 112-75 H 1992 W 79-70 A 1993 W 83-71 H 1994 L 76-81 A # Home game at Spokane Coliseum $ Played at Coeur d’Alene, ID ^ Anaconda Tournament (Anaconda, MT) * Big Sky Conference Game Current GU Streak - Lost 1

Oregon, University of (3-19 all-time) 1964 L 66-77 A 1964 L 80-105 A 1970 L 63-74 A 1972 L 69-87 A 1973 L 56-68 A 1984 # L 52-72 N 2000 $ L 64-70 N # Far West Classic (Portland, OR) $ Rainbow Classic (Honolulu, HI) Current GU Streak - Lost 7

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All-Time Series Oregon State University (0-11) 1962 L 64-78 1963 L 47-63 1970 L 53-67 1975 L 59-84 1978 L 65-76 1979 L 58-59 1985 L 46-62 1987 L 57-70 1989 L 51-74 1990 L 61-82 1991 L 65-74 Current GU Streak - Lost 11

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Penn State University (1-0) 1989 # W 71-63 N # Cowboy Shootout (Casper, WY) Current GU Streak - Won 1 Pepperdine University (38-31) 1965 $ W 93-70 N 1980 * ^ W 79-70 N 1980 * L 75-76 A 1981 * L 75-81 (2ot) H 1981 * L 54-56 A 1982 * L 67-76 (ot) H 1982 * L 59-73 A 1983 * W 69-68 A 1983 * L 58-68 H 1984 * L 56-57 H 1984 * L 62-69 A 1985 * L 55-59 A 1985 * L 58-69 H 1986 * L 67-79 H 1986 * L 64-87 A 1987 * L 78-87 A 1987 * W 84-60 H 1987 ? L 73-76 H 1988 * W 70-63 H 1988 * L 59-84 A 1988 + L 70-81 N 1989 * L 70-74 H 1989 * L 66-69 A 1990 * L 67-68 A 1990 * L 69-74 H 1991 * L 56-80 H 1991 * L 56-84 A 1992 * L 66-68 (ot) H 1992 * L 63-75 A 1992 & L 70-73 N 1993 * L 66-67 A 1993 * W 63-52 H 1994 * W 70-48 A 1994 * W 66-56 H 1995 * W 93-67 H 1995 * W 86-61 A 1996 * W 94-80 A 1996 * W 87-66 H 1996 + W 76-48 N 1997 * W 72-56 H 1997 * L 65-80 A 1998 * W 77-64 A 1998 * L 64-65 H 1999 * W 83-52 H 1999 * L 70-75 A 2000 * W 62-57 H 2000 * L 69-80 A 2000 + W 69-65 (ot) N 2001 * W 93-79 A 2001 * W 82-69 H 2002 * L 79-88 A 2002 * W 91-78 H 2002 ~ W 96-90 N 2003 * W 92-72 H 2003 * W 78-63 A 2004 * W 87-70 A 2004 * W 93-73 H 2005 * W 86-62 H 2005 * W 82-75 A 2006 * W 102-73 H 2006 * W 81-71 A 2007 * W 69-52 H 2007 * W 82-57 A 2008 * W 92-57 A 2008 * W 101-59 H 2009 * W 83-69 A 2009 * W 92-58 H 2010 * W 91-84 H 2010 * W 72-54 A * West Coast Conference Game $ Knights of Columbus (Portland, OR) ^ Played at Spokane Coliseum (Spokane, WA) ? WCC Tournament (Spokane, WA) + WCC Tournament (Santa Clara, CA) & WCC Tournament (Portland, OR) ~ WCC Tournament (San Diego, CA) Current GU Streak - Won 18

Portland, University of (85-65 all-time) 1959 ^ L 66-70 1959 L 64-66 1959 L 50-63 1960 W 55-54 1960 L 58-71 1960 ^ W 80-60 1960 ^ L 73-78 1961 # L 55-73 1961 @ L 47-63 1961 ? L 66-88 1961 L 63-81 1962 L 55-68 1962 ^ W 65-52 1963 W 61-54 1963 ^ W 59-53 1964 $ L 100-105 1964 L 80-99 1964 ^ L 84-88 1965 $ L 69-80 1965 W 90-81 1966 L 75-82 1966 W 81-78 1967 W 79-67 1967 W 82-62 1968 & W 60-54 1968 L 82-94 1969 W 53-49 1969 W 100-79 1970 L 84-95 1971 W 82-67 1972 L 68-77 1973 W 76-73 1974 L 51-59 1978 L 76-81 1979 L 76-91 1980 *^ L 77-79 1980 * W 89-79 1981 * W 80-69 1981 * L 66-70 (ot) 1982 *% L 61-65 1982 * L 56-58 1983 *% L 60-61 1983 * W 56-51 1984 * W 73-54 1984 *% W 56-55 (ot) 1985 * L 58-59 1985 * L 54-56 1986 * W 63-62 (ot) 1986 * W 54-52 1987 * W 87-55 1987 * W 61-58 1988 * W 76-67 1988 * W 67-63 1989 * W 91-75 1989 * W 76-66 1990 * L 64-68 1990 * L 68-84 1991 * W 82-78 (ot) 1991 * L 63-67 1992 * W 86-73 1992 * W 83-81 (ot) 1993 * W 71-53 1993 * L 63-65 (ot) 1993 ~ W 77-57 1994 * W 91-63 1994 * W 75-71 1995 * W 75-59 1995 * L 71-74 1995 + W 80-67 1996 * W 95-72 1996 * L 66-67 1996 + L 68-76 1997 * W 79-67 1997 * W 76-59 1998 * W 89-72 1998 * W 73-60 1999 * W 104-57 1999 * W 82-73 1999 + W 84-63 2000 * W 84-66 2000 * W 81-57 2001 * W 81-57 2001 * W 77-72 2002 * W 102-67 2002 * W 94-80 2003 * W 70-67 2003 * L 68-72 2004 * W 80-65 2004 * W 79-69 2005 * W 91-79 2005 * W 84-68 2006 * W 81-64 2006 * W 97-83 2007 * W 80-68 2007 * W 87-67 2008 * W 79-41 2008 * W 73-51 2009 * W 67-50 2009 * W 93-78

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2010 * W 81-78 A 2010 * W 76-49 H * West Coast Conference Game ^ Played at Spokane Coliseum (Spokane, WA) # City of Roses Tournament (Portland, OR) @ Played at Coeur d’Alene, ID ? Played at Vancouver, WA $ Knights of Columbus (Portland, OR) & Lilac Tournament (Spokane, WA) % Played at Memorial Coliseum (Portland, OR) ~ WCC Tournament (San Francisco, CA) + WCC Tournament (Santa Clara, CA) Current GU Streak - Won 14 Portland State University (18-7) 1965 # W 71-53 H 1966 W 80-45 H 1966 W 81-81 A 1967 W 101-83 H 1967 L 80-91 A 1968 W 68-67 H 1969 L 78-103 A 1970 W 83-59 H 1971 L 82-92 A 1972 L 72-79 H 1973 W 69-64 A 1974 L 63-71 H 1975 W 91-87 (ot) A 1977 $ L 59-74 N 1978 W 68-52 H 1979 W 92-72 H 1979 ^ W 93-79 A 1980 W 92-80 H 1981 W 68-60 A 2002 W 93-58 H 2003 + W 87-49 A 2005 W 98-80 H 2006 W 89-80 H 2007 W 69-51 H 2009 L 70-77 H # Home game at Spokane Coliseum $ Long Beach Invitational (Long Beach, CA) ^ PSU Holiday Classic (Portland, OR) + Played at Portland Memorial Coliseum Current GU Streak - Lost 1 Prairie View A&M University (1-0) 2001 # W 93-50 N # Played at Spokane Arena Current GU Streak - Won 1 Providence College (0-2) 1959 L 65-76 1961 L 80-81 Current GU Streak - Lost 2

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Purdue University (0-2) 1999 # L 68-83 A 2000 $ L 66-75 N # Preseason NIT (W. Lafayette, IN) $ NCAA 3rd Round (Albuquerque, NM) Current GU Streak - Lost 2 Rhode Island, University of (0-1) 1968 # L 81-89 A # Lobo Classic (Albuquerque, NM) Current GU Streak - Lost 1 Rice University (1-0) 2007 + W 88-50 N + Dick’s Sporting Goods NIT (Spokane, WA) Current GU Streak - Won 1 Robert Morris College (1-0) 1984 # W 73-57 N # Far West Classic (Portland, OR) Current GU Streak - Won 1 Sacramento State University (2-2) 1972 L 74-76 A 1973 L 58-73 H 1995 W 77-72 (ot) A 1996 W 66-44 H Current GU Streak - Won 2 St. Francis College (1-0) 1982 # W 65-51 # KOA Classic (Billings, MT) Current GU Streak - Won 1

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St. John’s University (2-1) 1961 L 69-97 A 2000 # W 82-76 N 2002 + W 65-58 N # NCAA 2nd Round (Tucson, AZ) + Great Alaska Shootout (Anchorage, AK) Current GU Streak - Won 2

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Saint Joseph’s University (3-2) 2002 W 83-80 A 2003 L 78-79 (ot) H 2004 # L 66-73 N 2006 W 102-94 H 2008 W 70-65 (ot) A # Coaches vs. Cancer (New York, NY) Current GU Streak - Won 2 Saint Louis University (2-0) 2005 W 75-45 2006 W 60-57 Current GU Streak - Won 2

Samford University (1-0) 1994 # W 72-70 H # Shootout Spokane (Spokane, WA) Current GU Streak - Won 1 Sam Houston State University (1-0) 1993 # W 84-66 H # Shootout Spokane (Spokane, WA) Current GU Streak - Won 1

San Diego, University of (56-20) 1980 * W 72-62 A 1980 * ^ W 78-66 N 1981 * W 53-47 A Saint Mary’s College (51-24) 1981 * W 68-54 H 1972 W 86-84 A 1982 * W 70-61 A 1977 L 80-82 A 1982 * W 63-53 H 1978 L 73-82 H 1983 * W 64-55 H 1980 * L 79-91 A 1983 * L 53-58 A 1980 * ^ W 73-72 N 1984 * W 60-58 A 1981 * W 59-50 A 1984 * L 69-71 (2ot) H 1981 * W 64-63 H 1985 * W 58-45 H 1982 * W 61-58 (ot) A 1985 * L 43-58 A 1982 * W 75-73 (2ot) H 1986 * L 50-74 A 1983 * L 50-59 A 1986 * W 68-61 H 1983 * L 46-51 H 1987 * W 58-46 H 1984 * L 51-52 A 1987 * L 48-61 A 1984 * L 70-72 H 1988 * W 70-52 H 1985 * W 57-55 H 1988 * W 78-73 A 1985 * L 53-67 A 1989 * W 71-66 (ot) A 1986 * W 79-61 A 1989 * W 88-71 H 1986 * W 77-67 H 1990 * L 58-68 A 1987 * W 70-51 H 1990 * L 65-73 H 1987 * L 48-49 A 1991 * L 80-89 H 1988 * L 64-77 H 1991 * W 70-64 A 1988 * L 63-72 A 1991 + L 62-72 N 1989 * L 45-67 A 1992 * W 71-69 (ot) A 1989 * L 63-67 (ot) H 1992 * W 58-50 H 1990 * L 53-61 H 1992 # W 61-48 N 1990 * W 75-62 A 1993 * W 79-64 H 1991 * L 75-83 A 1993 * W 69-66 A 1991 * W 73-69 H 1994 * W 80-68 H 1992 * W 69-65 (ot) H 1994 * L 73-82 A 1992 * L 57-65 A 1994 + L 75-83 N 1993 * W 82-64 A 1995 * L 70-80 A 1993 * W 79-55 H 1995 * W 71-63 H 1994 * W 72-69 A 1995 + W 74-57 N 1994 * W 88-78 H 1996 * W 60-53 H 1995 * L 63-68 H 1996 * W 69-59 A 1995 * L 66-73 A 1997 * L 74-80 A 1995 + W 69-59 N 1997 * L 69-76 H 1996 * W 81-71 A 1997 ? L 59-64 N 1996 * W 83-82 (ot) H 1998 * W 71-69 H 1996 + W 64-54 N 1998 * L 83-84 A 1997 * W 80-57 H 1998 + W 74-59 N 1997 * L 72-74 A 1999 * L 59-75 A 1998 * W 102-73 H 1999 * W 69-62 H 1998 * L 73-76 A 2000 * W 84-79 (ot) A 1999 * W 78-70 A 2000 * L 70-82 H 1999 * W 97-52 H 2000 + W 80-70 N 1999 + W 70-57 N 2001 * W 78-57 H 2000 * W 90-60 A 2001 * W 72-69 A 2000 * W 93-66 H 2001 & W 76-68 A 2000 + W 76-49 N 2002 * W 75-62 H 2001 * W 102-48 A 2002 * W 77-76 A 2001 * W 90-64 H 2002 & W 87-79 A 2001 ? W 105-65 N 2003 * W 89-65 H 2002 * W 70-52 H 2003 * W 72-69 A 2002 * W 74-55 A 2003 & L 63-72 A 2003 * W 56-53 A 2004 * W 85-73 A 2003 * W 73-49 H 2004 * W 97-78 H 2003 ? W 73-52 N 2005 * W 68-56 A 2004 * W 75-61 H 2005 * W 90-73 H 2004 * W 79-60 A 2005 + W 90-74 N 2004 + W 84-71 N 2006 * W 64-60 A 2005 * L 81-89 A 2006 * W 75-59 H 2005 * W 68-63 H 2006 ) W 96-92 (ot) H 2005 + W 80-67 N 2007 * W 91-82 H 2006 * W 68-60 A 2007 * W 74-64 A 2006 * W 62-61 H 2007 ( W 88-70 N 2007 * L 75-80 A 2008 * W 80-70 H 2007 * W 60-49 H 2008 * W 59-55 A 2008 * L 85-89 (ot) A 2008 * & L 62-69 A 2008 * W 88-76 H 2009 * W 64-47 H 2009 * W 69-62 H 2009 * W 58-47 A 2009 * W 72-70 A 2010 * W 68-50 A 2009 ) W 83-58 N 2010 * W 82-65 H 2010 * W 89-82 A * West Coast Conference Game 2010 * W 80-61 H ^ Played at Spokane Coliseum (Spokane, 2010 ) L 62-81 N WA) * West Coast Conference Game + WCC Tournament (Santa Clara, CA) ^ Played at Spokane Coliseum (Spokane, WA) # WCC Tournament (Portland, OR) + WCC Tournament (Santa Clara, CA) ? WCC Tournament (Los Angeles, CA) ? WCC Tournament (San Diego, CA) & WCC Tournament (San Diego, CA) ) WCC Tournament (Las Vegas, NV) ) WCC Tournament (Spokane, WA) Current GU Streak - Lost 1 ( WCC Tournament (Portland, OR) Current GU Streak - Won 4 St. Peters College (0-1) 1991 # L 56-72 N San Diego State University (1-0) # KYLT Classic (Missoula, MT) 1960 # W 72-69 N # City of Roses Tournament (Portland, OR) Current GU Streak - Lost 1 Current GU Streak - Won 1 H H

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San Jose State University (2-5) 1968 # L 68-88 1974 W 70-68 1975 L 63-71 1982 $ L 55-60 1992 W 61-56 1993 L 73-76 (ot) 1994 ^ L 87-98 # Lobo Classic (Albuquerque,NM) $ KOA Classic (Billings, MT) ^ Fry’s Invitational (Palo Alto, CA) Current GU Streak - Lost 2 Santa Clara University (44-29) 1959 L 62-67 1964 # W 87-74 1969 L 62-86 1980 * L 71-87 1980 *& W 79-76 1981 * L 61-75 1981 * W 74-73 1982 * W 82-72 1982 * L 56-66 1983 * L 50-59 1983 * W 64-62 1984 * L 55-56 1984 * W 73-63 1985 * L 60-68 (ot) 1985 * L 52-56 1986 * W 70-62 1986 * L 68-76 1987 * W 68-55 1987 * L 61-70 1988 * L 51-58 1988 * W 65-62

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1989 * L 55-69 A 1989 * W 83-66 H 1990 * L 66-70 A 1990 * L 72-74 A 1991 * W 75-64 H 1991 * L 61-69 A 1992 * L 52-73 A 1992 * L 58-61 H 1992 + W 54-51 N 1993 * W 64-61 (ot) H 1993 * L 56-58 A 1993 $ L 51-53 N 1994 * W 60-58 A 1994 * W 92-78 H 1995 * L 68-73 (ot) H 1995 * L 74-83 A 1996 * L 61-72 A 1996 * L 71-77 H 1997 * W 75-66 H 1997 * L 52-67 A 1998 * W 78-73 H 1998 * L 67-70 A 1999 * W 71-69 A 1999 * W 70-52 H 1999 ^ W 91-66 A 2000 * W 97-67 H 2000 * L 70-81 A 2001 * W 70-64 H 2001 * L 71-84 A 2001 ? W 80-77 N 2002 * W 83-81 H 2002 * W 84-69 A 2003 * W 96-62 H 2003 * W 71-66 A 2004 * W 79-63 A 2004 * W 80-64 H 2004 ^ W 63-62 A 2005 * W 91-87 A 2005 * W 92-75 H 2006 * W 81-68 A 2006 * W 85-71 H 2007 * W 77-69 A 2007 * L 73-84 H 2007 ( W 77-68 N 2008 * W 87-82 (2ot) A 2008 * W 88-54 H 2008 ? W 52-48 N 2009 * W 95-53 H 2009 * W 81-73 A 2009 ) W 94-59 N 2010 * W 71-64 A 2010 * W 88-51 H * West Coast Conference Game # Knights of Columbus (Portland, OR) & Played at Spokane Coliseum + WCC Tournament (Portland, OR) $ WCC Tournament (San Francisco, CA) ^ WCC Tournament (Santa Clara, CA) ? WCC Tournament (San Diego, CA) ( WCC Tournament (Portland, OR) )WCC Tournament (Las Vegas, NV) Current GU Streak - Won 9 South Alabama, University of (2-0) 1996 $ W 60-43 N 1999 # W 80-63 N $ U.S. West Tournament (Seattle, WA) # Hawkeye Classic (Iowa City, IA) Current GU Streak - Won 2 South Carolina Upstate, U. of (1-0) 2009 W 90-40 H Current GU Streak- Won 1 Southern California, Univ. of (0-2) 1992 # L 60-77 N 1993 L 59-77 A # Played at Spokane Coliseum Current GU Streak - Lost 2 Southern Utah University (1-1) 1996 W 77-60 H 1997 L 47-71 A Current GU Steak - Lost 1 Southwest Texas State Univ. (1-0) 1991 # W 77-65 W # KYLT Classic (Missoula, MT) Current GU Streak - Won 1 Stanford University (4-2) 1994 # W 80-76 A 1999 $ W 82-74 N 2003 + L 71-81 N 2004 + L 80-87 N 2006 W 80-76 H 2007 W 90-86 (2ot) A # NIT 1st Round (Stanford, CA) $ NCAA 2nd Round (Seattle, WA) + Pete Newell Challenge (Oakland, CA) Current GU Streak - Won 2

Syracuse University of (0-1) 2010 # L 65-87 N # NCAA Second Round (Buffalo, NY) Current GU Streak - Lost 1

Virginia Tech (1-0) 2008 ! W 82-64 N ! Great Alaska Shootout (Anchorage, AK) Current GU Streak - Won 1

Temple University (0-1) 2000 # L 48-64 # Great Eight (Chicago, IL) Current GU Streak - Lost 1

Wake Forest University (0-1) 2010 L 75-77 Current GU Streak - Lost 1

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Tennessee, University of (2-1) 2008 ! L 72-82 N 2009 ~ W 83-74 N 2009 W 89-79 A ! Battle in Seattle (Seattle, WA) ~Old Spice Classic (Lake Buena Vista, FL) Cutrent GU Streak - Won 2 Tennessee State University (1-1) 1962 L 81-92 A 1967 # W 89-74 N # Lilac City Tournament (Spokane, WA) Current GU Streak - Won 1 Texas, University of (2-0) 2002 + W 67-64 N 2007 # W 87-77 N + Great Alaska Shootout (Anchorage, AK) # Hall of Fame Classic (Phoenix, AZ) Current GU Streak - Won 2 Texas-Arlington, University of (0-1) 1993 # L 87-95 (2ot) N # UAB Classic (Birmingham, AL) Current GU Streak - Lost 1

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Washington, University of (13-30 all-time) 1971 L 78-86 A 1973 L 61-93 A 1974 L 53-75 A 1980 L 59-63 A 1982 L 73-79 H 1983 L 48-49 A 1996 L 58-62 A 1998 L 82-88 A 1999 & W 82-71 N 2000 ^ W 76-66 N 2001 W 86-74 H 2002 W 67-47 A 2003 W 95-89 (ot) H 2004 W 86-62 A 2005 W 99-87 H 2006 L 99-95 A 2007 W 97-77 H & Spokane Arena (Spokane, WA) ^ Key Arena (Seattle, WA) Current GU Streak - Won 1

Washington State University (48-97 all-time) 1959 # L 67-68 H 1959 L 79-88 A 1960 # L 70-81 H Texas Christian University (1-1) 1960 L 67-69 A 1975 # W 68-60 N 1961 W 80-77 A 1999 L 87-90 A 1961 # L 60-81 H # USF Classic (San Francisco, CA) 1962 L 73-74 (ot) A Current GU Streak - Lost 1 1962 # W 74-61 H Texas-Pan American, Univ. of (2-0) 1963 L 66-70 A 1999 W 74-73 A 1963 # W 73-56 H 2000 W 111-71 H 1965 W 72-71 A Current GU Streak - Won 2 1965 # W 54-49 H 1966 L 78-106 H Texas-San Antonio, Univ. of (2-0) 1966 W 97-82 A 1997 # W 87-61 N 1967 L 70-72 A 2007 W 92-48 H L 64-69 H # Bank One-Dodge Classic (Ft. Collins, CO) 1967 1968 L 66-95 A Current GU Streak - Won 2 1968 L 70-101 H 1969 L 64-91 H Texas Southern University (1-0) 1969 L 61-85 A 2009 W 84-42 A 1970 L 69-85 A Current GU Streak - Won 1 1970 $ L 66-73 N Texas Tech University (0-2) 1971 L 70-81 (ot) H 2005 # L 69-71 N 1972 L 61-82 A 2008 % L 63-73 N 1973 W 54-52 H # NCAA 2nd Round (Tucson, AZ) 1973 W 61-52 A % Great Alaska Shootout (Anchor1974 $ L 53-57 N age, AK) 1975 $ L 50-73 N Current GU Streak - Lost 2 1976 $ L 76-77 (ot) N 1977 $ L 57-66 N Toledo, University of (0-1) 1978 L 52-58 H 1965 L 81-86 A 1979 $ L 63-66 (2ot) N Current GU Streak - Lost 1 1981 $ L 52-63 N 1982 $ L 44-53 N Tulsa, University of (3-0) 1983 $ L 53-73 N 1998 # W 78-40 N 1984 $ L 72-73 N 2003 W 69-60 H 1985 L 56-62 A 2004 W 76-56 A 61-64 N # Top of the World Classic (Fairbanks, AK) 1986 $ L 1987 ? L 56-64 N Current GU Streak - Won 3 1987 W 59-58 A UCLA (1-1) 1989 ? W 64-63 N 2000 W 59-43 A 1996 + L 67-72 (ot) N 2006 ! L 73-71 N 1996 @ L 73-92 A ! NCAA Tourney (Salt Lake City, UT) 1997 + L 62-75 N Current GU Streak - Lost 1 1998 L 70-85 A 1999 + W 70-61 N Utah, University of (2-2) 2000 + W 73-63 N 1963 L 79-100 A 2002 W 67-44 H 2003 # W 71-52 N 2003 W 110-104 (ot) A 2008 W 61-59 H 2004 W 96-58 H 2009 L 65-66 A 2005 W 54-52 A # Maui Invitational (Lahaina, HI) 2006 W 67-53 H Current GU Streak - Lost 1 2007 L 67-77 A 2008 L 47-51 H Utah State University (0-1) 2009 W 74-52 A 1971 L 74-80 A 2010 W 74-69 H Current GU Streak - Lost 1 # Home game at Spokane Coliseum Valparaiso University (1-0) $ Played at Spokane Coliseum 2004 # W 76-49 N ? Inland Northwest Classic (Spokane, WA) # NCAA 1st Round (Seattle, WA) + Played at Spokane Arena Current GU Streak - Won 1 @ NIT 1st Round (Pullman, WA) Current GU Streak - Won 2 Virginia, University of (2-1) 2001 # W 86-85 N Weber State University (12-31) 2006 W 80-69 H 1963 L 82-92 A 2007 L 87-108 A 1964 *# L 72-77 H # NCAA 1st Round (Memphis, TN) 1964 * L 73-87 A Current GU Streak - Lost 1 1965 *# W 77-68 H 1965 * L 67-86 A

1966 * W 87-74 H 1966 * L 79-90 A 1967 * L 78-81 A 1967 * W 71-67 H 1968 * L 62-84 H 1968 * L 51-72 H 1968 * L 60-81 A 1969 * L 80-83 H 1969 * L 67-83 A 1969 * L 73-91 A 1970 * L 72-120 A 1970 * L 41-43 H 1970 * W 67-66 H 1971 * L 65-86 (ot) H 1971 * L 65-86 A 1972 * L 48-84 A 1972 * W 76-68 H 1973 * L 60-68 A 1973 * L 65-70 H 1974 * W 66-58 H 1974 * L 61-73 A 1975 * L 67-75 A 1975 * W 67-60 H 1976 * L 59-84 A 1976 * L 62-81 H 1977 * L 72-84 A 1977 * W 62-61 H 1977 + L 68-69 A 1978 * W 78-76 H 1978 * L 63-80 A 1979 * L 61-62 H 1979 * L 66-73 A 1981 W 61-58 A 1982 W 65-63 H 1983 L 42-66 A 1984 L 84-94 H 1992 L 77-79 A 1994 W 79-74 H * Big Sky Conference Games # Home Game at Spokane Coliseum + Big Sky Tournament (Ogden, UT) Current GU Streak - Won 1 Western Kentucky (2-0) 2008 ! W 74-71 N 2009~ W 83-81 N ! Great Alaska Shootout (Anchorage, AK) ~NCAA Second Round (Portland, OR) Current GU Streak - Won 2 Wichita State University (0-1) 1995 # L 53-54 (ot) # Cessna Classic (Wichita, KS) Current GU Streak - Lost 1

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Winthrop University (1-0) 2005 # W 74-64 N # NCAA 1st Round (Tucson, AZ) Current GU Streak - Won 1 Wisconsin, University of (1-2) 1964 L 71-115 A 1990 # L 58-63 N 2010 ! W 74-61 N # Marquette Classic (Milwaukee, WI) ! EA Sports Maui Invitational Current GU Streak - Won 1 Wisconsin-Green Bay, Univ. of 1985 L 52-63 (2ot) 1986 W 63-47 2001 W 85-58 2001 L 61-72 Current GU Streak - Lost 1

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Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Univ. of (1-1) 1977 L 62-80 A 1979 # W 63-61 N # PSU Holiday Classic (Portland, OR) Current GU Streak - Won 1 Wyoming, University of (2-2) 1960 + W 52-43 N 1989 # L 67-80 N 1998 $ W 69-55 A 2002 ? L 66-73 N + Idaho State Classic (Pocatello, ID) # Cowboy Shootout (Casper, WY) $ NIT 1st Round (Laramie, WY) ? NCAA 1st Round (Albuquerque, NM) Current GU Streak - Lost 1

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San Francisco, University of (41-20) 1961 L 62-64 A 1962 L 74-91 A 1963 ^ L 54-62 N 1966 L 67-80 A 1980 * L 68-73 A 1980 * ^ W 84-66 N 1981 * L 61-63 A 1981 * W 79-67 H 1982 * L 65-80 A 1982 * L 58-69 H 1986 * W 97-59 H 1986 * L 73-76 A 1987 * W 85-57 H 1987 * L 73-81 A 1988 * L 79-82 A 1988 * W 83-72 H 1989 * L 50-62 A 1989 * L 64-67 H 1990 * W 63-61 H 1990 * W 76-75 A 1991 * L 68-78 A 1991 * W 95-72 H 1992 * W 90-88 H 1992 * W 88-74 A 1993 * L 74-77 A 1993 * W 85-64 H 1994 * W 103-98 H 1994 * W 93-89 A 1995 * L 98-106 (ot) A 1995 * W 106-67 H 1996 * W 60-55 H 1996 * W 73-59 A 1997 * L 70-71 A 1997 * W 53-50 H 1998 * W 76-72 (ot) H 1998 * W 96-85 A 1998 + L 67-80 N 1999 * W 83-71 A 1999 * W 78-52 H 2000 * W 96-73 H 2000 * W 70-64 A 2001 * W 78-59 A 2001 * W 84-82 H 2002 * W 93-73 H 2002 * W 70-54 A 2003 * W 66-56 A 2003 * W 82-71 H 2004 * W 92-50 H 2004 * W 71-48 A 2005 * L 70-73 A 2005 * W 75-73 H 2006 * W 84-75 A 2006 * W 75-72 H 2007 * W 72-56 H 2007 * W 86-79 (ot) A 2008 * W 72-64 H 2008 * W 83-63 A 2009 * W 85-51 H 2009 * W 78-73 A 2010 * L 77-81 (ot) A 2010 * W 75-69 H * West Coast Conference Game ^ Played at Spokane Coliseum (Spokane, WA) + WCC Tournament (Santa Clara, CA) Current GU Streak - Won 1

Xavier University (1-1) 1961 L 82-87 A 2006 ! W 79-75 N ! NCAA Tourney (Salt Lake City, UT) Current GU Streak - Won 1 Yale University (1-0) 1992 # W 70-59 H # Shootout Spokane (Spokane, WA) Current GU Streak - Won 1

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Year Won 1907-08 9 1908-09 10 1909-10 11 1910-11 8 1911-12 4 1912-13 4 1913-14 5 1914-15 5 1915-16 2 1916-17 4 1917-18 3 1918-19 8 1919-20 1 1920-21 4 1921-22 2 1922-23 10 1923-24 9 1924-25 9 1925-26 16 1926-27 8 1927-28 9 1928-29 14 1929-30 8 1930-31 7 1931-32 4 1932-33 4 1933-34 7 1934-35 6 1935-36 9 1936-37 1 1937-38 0 1938-39 7 1939-40 9 1940-41 13 1941-42 16

Lost 2 2 3 1 2 2 2 2 7 5 2 4 13 8 15 8 10 12 7 16 16 12 7 8 7 15 16 14 10 5 4 10 15 14 13

Pct. .818 .833 .786 .889 .667 .667 .714 .714 .222 .444 .600 .667 .071 .333 .118 .556 .474 .428 .696 .333 .360 .560 .533 .467 .364 .211 .304 .300 .474 .167 .000 .412 .375 .481 .552

Coach No Coach George Varnell William Mulligan Frank McKevitt Fred Burns Ed Mulholland R.E. Harmon R.E. Harmon William Higgins McGough Condon Edward Geheves Edward Geheves Gus Dorais Gus Dorais Gus Dorais Gus Dorais Gus Dorais Gus Dorais Maurice Smith Maurice Smith Maurice Smith Maurice Smith Maurice Smith S. Dagly Perry Teneyck Claude McGrath Claude McGrath Claude McGrath Claude McGrath Claude McGrath Claude McGrath Claude McGrath Claude McGrath Claude McGrath

Year Won 1942-43 2 1943-44 22 1944-45 12 1945-46 6 1946-47 20 1947-48 24 1948-49 17 1949-50 18 1950-51 8 1951-52 19 1952-53 15 1953-54 12 1954-55 16 1955-56 13 1956-57 11 1957-58 16 1958-59 11 1959-60 14 1960-61 11 1961-62 14 1962-63 14 1963-64 10 1964-65 18 1965-66 19 1966-67 20 1967-68 9 1968-69 11 1969-70 10 1970-71 13 1971-72 14 1972-73 14 1973-74 13 1974-75 13 1975-76 13 1976-77 11

Coaching Records (Percentage) Coach Years Won Lost Frank McKevitt 1 8 1 Charles Henry 1 22 4 George Varnell 1 10 2 Mark Few 11 291 73 William Mulligan 1 11 3 Dan Monson 2 52 17 R.E. Harmon 2 10 4 Fred Burns 1 4 2 Ed Mulholland 1 4 2 Condon 1 3 2 Dan Fitzgerald 15 252 171 Jay Hillock 4 60 50 Hank Anderson 21 290 275 Claude McGrath 12 129 133 Adrian Buoncristiani 6 78 82 Gus Dorais 6 50 60 McGough 1 4 5 L.T. Underwood 2 26 33 Maurice Smith 5 46 59 Eugene Wozny 1 12 19 S. Dagly 1 4 7 Edward Geheves 2 9 17 Gordon White 1 6 14 William Higgins 1 2 7 Perry Teneyck 1 4 15 B. Frasier 1 2 9

Pct. .889 .846 .833 .799 .786 .754 .714 .667 .667 .600 .596 .545 .513 .492 .488 .454 .444 .441 .438 .387 .364 .346 .300 .222 .211 .182

154 2 0 1 0 – 1 1 G onzaga men ’ s B asketball

Lost 9 4 19 14 9 11 12 11 22 16 14 16 13 15 16 10 15 12 15 12 12 15 8 7 6 17 15 16 13 12 12 13 13 13 16

Pct. .182 .846 .387 .300 .690 .686 .586 .621 .267 .543 .517 .428 .551 .464 .407 .615 .423 .538 .423 .538 .538 .400 .692 .731 .769 .346 .423 .385 .500 .538 .538 .500 .500 .500 .407

Coach B. Frasier Charles Henry Eugene Wozny Gordon White Claude McGrath Claude McGrath Claude McGrath L.T. Underwood L.T. Underwood Hank Anderson Hank Anderson Hank Anderson Hank Anderson Hank Anderson Hank Anderson Hank Anderson Hank Anderson Hank Anderson Hank Anderson Hank Anderson Hank Anderson Hank Anderson Hank Anderson Hank Anderson Hank Anderson Hank Anderson Hank Anderson Hank Anderson Hank Anderson Hank Anderson Adrian Buoncristiani Adrian Buoncristiani Adrian Buoncristiani Adrian Buoncristiani Adrian Buoncristiani

Coach Mark Few Hank Anderson Dan Fitzgerald Claude McGrath Adrian Buoncristiani Jay Hillock Dan Monson Gus Dorais Maurice Smith L.T. Underwood Charles Henry Eugene Wozny William Mulligan George Varnell R.E. Harmon Edward Geheves Frank McKevitt Gordon White Fred Burns Ed Mulholland McGough S. Dagly Perry Teneyck Condon William Higgins B. Frasier

Year Won Lost 1977-78 14 15 1978-79 16 10 1979-80 14 13 1980-81 19 8 1981-82 15 12 1982-83 13 14 1983-84 17 11 1984-85 15 13 1985-86 15 13 1986-87 18 10 1987-88 16 12 1988-89 14 14 1989-90 8 20 1990-91 14 14 1991-92 20 10 1992-93 19 9 1993-94 22 8 1994-95 21 9 1995-96 21 9 1996-97 15 12 1997-98 24 10 1998-99 28 7 1999-00 26 9 2000-01 26 7 2001-02 29 4 2002-03 24 9 2003-04 28 3 2004-05 26 5 2005-06 29 4 2006-07 23 11 2007-08 25 8 2008-09 28 6 2009-10 27 7 1,399 1,066

Pct. .483 .615 .519 .704 .556 .481 .607 .536 .536 .640 .571 .500 .286 .500 .667 .679 .733 .700 .700 .556 .706 .800 .743 .787 .878 .727 .903 .838 .879 .676 .757 .824 .794 .568

Coaching Records (Wins) Years Won Lost 11 291 73 21 290 275 15 252 171 12 129 133 6 78 82 4 60 50 2 52 17 6 50 60 5 46 59 2 26 33 1 22 4 1 12 19 1 11 3 1 10 2 2 10 4 2 9 17 1 8 1 1 6 14 1 4 2 1 4 2 1 4 5 1 4 7 1 4 15 1 3 2 1 2 7 1 2 9

Coach Adrian Buoncristiani Dan Fitzgerald Dan Fitzgerald Dan Fitzgerald Jay Hillock Jay Hillock Jay Hillock Jay Hillock Dan Fitzgerald Dan Fitzgerald Dan Fitzgerald Dan Fitzgerald Dan Fitzgerald Dan Fitzgerald Dan Fitzgerald Dan Fitzgerald Dan Fitzgerald Dan Fitzgerald Dan Fitzgerald Dan Fitzgerald Dan Monson Dan Monson Mark Few Mark Few Mark Few Mark Few Mark Few Mark Few Mark Few Mark Few Mark Few Mark Few Mark Few 103 Years

Pct. .799 .513 .596 .492 .488 .545 .754 .454 .438 .441 .846 .387 .786 .833 .714 .346 .889 .300 .667 .667 .444 .364 .211 .600 .222 .182

Year - By - Year Results 1/18 1/19 1/24 1/25 2/3 2/5 2/7 2/14 2/16 2/21 2/24 3/1

Seattle University L Oregon State L % MONTANA STATE W Whitworth W % SAN FRANCISCO L % EASTERN WASHINGTON W Montana State L % PORTLAND W & Idaho L % IDAHO STATE W % SEATTLE UNIVERSITY W Idaho L

59-90 47-63 63-56 60-55 54-62 80-40 63-70 59-53 57-66 76-61 75-73 83-87

% Home Game at Spokane Coliseum # Eastern Montana Tournament (Billings, MT) $ Anaconda Tournament (Anaconda, MT) & at Twin Falls, ID

Date 12/2 12/6 12/7 12/9 12/13 12/14 12/17 12/18 1/2 1/4 1/9 1/11 1/16 1/20 1/23 2/6 2/9 2/14 2/15 2/17 2/20 2/22 2/27 2/29 3/2

1963-64 (10-15; 5-5 in Big Sky) Coach Hank Anderson Opponent W/L Score % EASTERN WASHINGTON W 108-57 % EASTERN MONTANA L 69-73 # EASTERN MONTANA W 103-70 % WHITWORTH W 91-77 $ Portland L 100-105 $ Santa Clara W 87-74 Wisconsin L 71-115 Creighton L 79-89 Portland L 80-99 * Idaho W 69-61 %* MONTANA W 100-83 # * MONTANA STATE L 72-82 %* IDAHO W 75-65 Eastern Washington W 80-75 %* WEBER STATE L 72-77 %* IDAHO STATE W 77-64 % SEATTLE UNIVERSITY L 90-98 Oregon L 66-77 Oregon L 80-105 Seattle University L 88-108 * Idaho State L 95-103 * Weber State L 73-87 * Montana State L 60-69 * Montana W 83-81 % PORTLAND L 84-88

% Home Game at Spokane Coliseum # at Coeur d’Alene, ID $ Knights of Columbus Tour. (Portland, OR) * Big Sky Conference Game

Date 11/28 12/5 12/11 12/12 12/14 12/16 12/19 12/21 12/22 12/27 12/29 12/30 1/6 1/14 1/16 1/18 1/30 2/3 2/6 2/12 2/17 2/21 2/27 3/1 3/5 3/6

1964-65 (18-8; 6-4 in Big Sky) Coach Hank Anderson Opponent W/L Score % PORTLAND STATE W 71-53 Washington State W 72-71 # Pepperdine W 93-70 # Portland L 69-80 % WHITWORTH W 69-67 % WASHINGTON STATE W 54-49 Eastern Montana W 75-63 Toledo L 81-86 Duquesne L 69-83 Seattle University L 87-111 British Columbia W 55-53 British Columbia W 65-51 Portland W 90-81 %* MONTANA W 91-79 %* MONTANA STATE W 77-69 Whitworth W 65-60 * Montana L 82-83 % EASTERN WASHINGTON W 83-69 * Montana State W 67-57 * Idaho L 65-86 %* IDAHO W 67-61 % ST. MARTIN’S W 83-67 %* IDAHO STATE W 74-53 %* WEBER STATE W 77-68 * Weber State L 67-86 * Idaho State L 97-101

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1960-61 (11-15; Independent) Gonzaga University’s results since playing a NCAA Coach Hank Anderson Division I schedule beginning with the 1958-59 season. Date Opponent W/L Score 12/2 % COLLEGE OF IDAHO W 95-61 Special thanks to John Blanchette of the Spokesman12/3 Washington State W 80-77 Review for his assistance in compiling this list. 12/9 Idaho State W 85-81 12/12 % WHITWORTH W 102-59 12/16 # Iona W 73-64 1958-59 (11-15; Independent) 12/17 # Portland L 55-73 Coach Hank Anderson 12/19 Detroit L 75-80 Date Opponent W/L Score 12/20 Providence L 80-81 12/1 % WILLAMETTE W 86-61 12/22 St. John’s L 69-97 12/4 % WASHINGTON STATE L 67-68 12/23 Xavier L 82-87 12/6 Washington State L 79-88 1/3 Whitworth W 72-63 12/8 % EASTERN WASHINGTON W 73-58 1/5 % WASHINGTON STATE L 60-81 12/10 % WHITMAN W 78-61 1/14 $ PORTLAND L 47-63 12/18 % NORTH DAKOTA W 85-60 1/20 Seattle University L 84-86 12/27 Bradley L 73-90 1/23 % EASTERN WASHINGTON W 87-77 12/29 Creighton L 62-67 1/26 % UC-DAVIS W 123-79 12/30 Lawrence Tech W 96-51 1/28 San Francisco L 62-64 1/2 Providence L 65-76 2/1 % FRESNO STATE W 102-80 1/3 Scranton L 74-75 2/6 % REGIS COLLEGE W 81-76 1/18 % PORTLAND L 66-70 2/8 % MONTANA STATE W 80-79 1/19 % PORTLAND W 75-48 2/12 % SEATTLE UNIVERSITY L 77-79 1/22 % WHITWORTH W 86-63 2/22 Montana State L 80-97 1/29 % MONTANA STATE W 85-80 2/27 & Portland L 66-88 2/3 Santa Clara L 62-67 2/28 Portland L 63-81 2/5 Univ. of the Pacific W 85-83 3/3 Idaho L 78-102 2/7 Humboldt State L 65-70 % Home Game at Spokane Coliseum 2/15 % SEATTLE UNIVERSITY W 72-66 # City of Roses Tournament (Portland, OR) 2/16 % SEATTLE UNIVERSITY L 68-88 $ at Coeur d’Alene, ID 2/21 Portland L 64-66 & at Vancouver, WA 2/22 Portland L 50-63 2/23 Whitworth W 85-61 1961-62 (14-12; Independent) 2/28 Montana State L 61-83 Coach Hank Anderson 3/6 Seattle University L 78-85 Date Opponent W/L Score 3/8 Seattle University L 69-86 12/1 % NEVADA W 84-66 12/4 % WHITWORTH W 83-53 % Home Game at Spokane Coliseum 12/8 % EASTERN WASHINGTON W 78-57 1959-60 (14-12; Independent) 12/9 Idaho L 57-70 Coach Hank Anderson 12/11 Washington State L 73-74 (ot) Date Opponent W/L Score 12/14 % IDAHO W 67-63 12/1 % WASHINGTON STATE L 70-81 12/16 North Dakota W 79-68 12/6 Eastern Washington W 71-45 12/18 Creighton L 77-82 12/10 % WHITWORTH W 78-64 12/20 Tennessee A&I L 81-92 12/14 Washington State L 67-69 1/2 % WHITWORTH W 80-63 12/18 # Manhattan L 73-91 1/10 Portland L 55-68 12/19 # San Diego State W 72-69 1/12 Oregon State L 64-78 12/21 $ Pacific Lutheran L 75-79 1/14 % SEATTLE UNIVERSITY W 67-65 12/22 & Pacific Lutheran W 84-68 1/18 Eastern Washington W 78-70 12/28 * Wyoming W 52-43 1/23 Whitworth W 74-43 12/29 * Colorado State W 57-55 1/26 Long Beach State L 83-90 1/11 % EASTERN WASHINGTON W 81-59 2/2 San Francisco L 74-91 1/15 Montana State L 72-81 2/3 Nevada W 77-69 1/16 Idaho L 53-64 2/5 % WASHINGTON STATE W 74-61 1/30 + CREIGHTON W 71-70 2/8 Seattle University L 74-89 2/4 % BRADLEY L 69-80 2/15 % MONTANA STATE W 75-60 2/5 % IDAHO L 57-63 2/21 % IDAHO STATE L 79-80 2/11 % MONTANA STATE W 82-71 2/23 # IDAHO STATE L 77-86 2/14 % SEATTLE UNIVERSITY L 62-66 2/27 Montana State L 61-67 2/15 % SEATTLE UNIVERSITY W 79-78 2/28 Carroll College W 79-75 2/19 Portland W 55-54 % Home Game at Spokane Coliseum 2/20 Portland L 58-71 # at Coeur d’Alene, ID 2/25 % WHITWORTH W 94-75 1962-63 (14-12; Independent) 2/27 % PORTLAND W 80-60 Coach Hank Anderson 2/28 % PORTLAND L 73-78 Date Opponent W/L Score 3/4 Seattle University L 81-97 11/30 % LONG BEACH STATE W 78-74 3/5 Seattle University W 92-66 12/4 % WHITWORTH W 73-64 % Home Game at Spokane Coliseum 12/7 % IDAHO L 52-63 # City of Roses Tournament (Portland, OR) $ at Kennewick, WA 12/8 Utah L 79-100 & at Yakima, WA 12/11 Washington State L 66-70 * Idaho State Invitational (Pocatello, ID) 12/17 Idaho State L 67-78 + at Coeur d’Alene, ID 12/19 Weber State L 82-92 12/21 # Eastern Montana W 59-58 12/22 # North Texas State W 86-75 12/28 $ Carroll College W 86-70 12/29 $ Idaho State L 64-73 1/3 Portland W 61-54 1/10 % WASHINGTON STATE W 73-56 1/14 Eastern Washington W 87-73

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1965-66 (19-7; 8-2 in Big Sky) Coach Hank Anderson Opponent W/L Score WASHINGTON STATE L 78-106 NORTHERN ARIZONA W 107-106 EASTERN MONTANA W 73-47 EASTERN MONTANA W 64-46 San Fernando Valley L 73-77 San Francisco L 67-80 Nevada-Las Vegas L 74-78 WHITWORTH W 84-65 PORTLAND STATE W 80-45 * IDAHO STATE W 93-86 * WEBER STATE W 87-74 * MONTANA W 100-69 * MONTANA STATE W 89-55 Eastern Washington W 62-42 * IDAHO W 94-79 Washington State W 97-82 Portland State W 84-81 Portland L 75-82 BRITISH COLUMBIA W 79-66 * Idaho W 82-65 BRITISH COLUMBIA W 81-59 * Idaho State W 87-73 * Weber State L 79-90 * Montana W 82-81 * Montana State L 74-75 PORTLAND W 81-78

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Date 11/25 11/26 12/1 12/2 12/9 12/10 12/14 12/15 12/17 1/2 1/6 1/7 1/11 1/14 1/20 1/21 2/2 2/4 2/10 2/11 2/17 2/18 2/22 2/25 3/3 3/4

1966-67 (20-6; 7-3 in Big Sky) Coach Hank Anderson Opponent W/L Score % St. Martin’s W 78-60 % British Columbia W 89-73 St. Martin’s W 96-79 Washington State L 70-72 # Tennessee State W 89-74 # Idaho W 80-66 CAL WESTERN (USIU) W 78-61 WHITWORTH W 76-62 Eastern Montana W 93-77 Portland W 79-67 * Montana State W 80-71 * Montana W 94-73 SEATTLE PACIFIC W 76-66 * IDAHO L 61-64 ST. MARTIN’S W 94-67 PORTLAND STATE W 101-83 * Idaho W 67-62 WASHINGTON STATE L 64-69 * Weber State L 78-81 * Idaho State L 80-87 * MONTANA W 102-60 * MONTANA STATE W 69-52 Portland State L 80-91 PORTLAND W 82-62 * WEBER STATE W 71-67 * IDAHO STATE W 96-81

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% Totem Tournament (Vancouver, B.C.) # Lilac City Tournament (Spokane, WA) * Big Sky Conference Game

Date 12/2 12/9 12/15 12/16 12/27 12/28 1/6 1/12 1/13 1/15 1/20 1/27 2/2 2/3 2/9

1967-68 (9-17; 6-9 in Big Sky) Coach Hank Anderson Opponent W/L Score Washington State L 66-95 WHITWORTH L 71-80 # Portland W 60-54 # Idaho W 59-53 $ Rhode Island L 81-89 $ San Jose State L 68-88 * Idaho L 65-74 * Montana L 75-94 * Montana W 82-82 * Montana State L 73-75 PORTLAND STATE W 68-67 SAN DIEGO L 66-69 * IDAHO L 65-70 WASHINGTON STATE L 70-101 * WEBER STATE L 62-84

2/10 2/12 2/16 2/17 2/19 2/23 2/24 2/26 2/29 3/2 3/9

* WEBER STATE * IDAHO STATE * Idaho State * Idaho State * Weber State * MONTANA STATE * MONTANA STATE * MONTANA SEATTLE UNIVERSITY * IDAHO Portland

L W L L L W W W L W L

51-72 82-78 88-97 65-68 60-81 77-71 69-63 81-56 87-95 94-75 82-94

* Big Sky Conference Game # Lilac City Tournament (Spokane, WA) $ Lobo Classic (Albuquerque, NM)

Date 12/3 12/7 12/13 12/14 12/21 12/23 1/2 1/3 1/10 1/11 1/13 1/18 1/28 2/1 2/7 2/8 2/10 2/14 2/15 2/17 2/21 2/22 2/24 3/1 3/7 3/8

1968-69 (11-15; 6-9 in Big Sky) Coach Hank Anderson Opponent W/L Score WASHINGTON STATE L 64-91 Seattle Pacific L 65-84 SOUTH DAKOTA W 79-60 Whitworth L 69-78 St. Martin’s W 83-69 Santa Clara L 62-86 Portland W 53-49 Portland State L 78-103 * Montana State L 67-77 * Montana State L 75-77 * Montana W 87-69 EASTERN MONTANA W 80-64 * IDAHO W 71-60 Washington State L 61-85 * IDAHO STATE W 109-87 * IDAHO STATE W 85-74 * WEBER STATE L 80-83 * Weber State L 67-83 * Weber State L 73-91 * Idaho State W 85-81 * MONTANA W 71-68 * MONTANA L 74-76 * MONTANA STATE L 66-87 PORTLAND W 100-79 * Idaho L 62-65 * Idaho L 69-82

* Big Sky Conference Game

Date 12/1 12/6 12/11 12/13 12/16 12/18 12/20 1/2 1/3 1/9 1/10 1/12 1/24 1/36 2/6 2/7 2/9 2/13 2/14 2/16 2/21 2/27 2/28 3/2 3/6 3/7

1969-70 (10-16; 7-8 in Big Sky) Coach Hank Anderson Opponent W/L Score Washington State L 69-85 PUGET SOUND L 49-68 MANKATO STATE W 69-52 Oregon State L 53-67 Seattle University L 68-73 Boise State L 72-92 Oregon L 63-74 Portland L 84-95 WASHINGTON STATE L 66-73 * Weber State L 72-120 * Idaho State L 81-85 * Idaho State L 88-94 PORTLAND STATE W 83-59 ST. MARTIN’S W 72-62 * WEBER STATE L 41-43 * WEBER STATE W 67-66 * IDAHO STATE W 74-62 * Montana W 68-67 * Montana L 92-98 * Montana State W 79-58 * IDAHO W 61-54 * MONTANA STATE L 61-64 * MONTANA STATE W 79-76 * MONTANA W 85-66 * Idaho L 59-60 * IDAHO L 73-83

* Big Sky Conference Game

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Date 12/1 12/5 12/7 12/10 12/12 12/14 12/19 12/22 1/5 1/9 1/11 1/16 1/23 1/25 1/30 2/2 2/6 2/8 2/13 2/15 2/18 2/20 2/23 2/27 3/1 3/4

1970-71 (13-13; 6-8 in Big Sky) Coach Hank Anderson Opponent W/L Score WASHINGTON STATE L 70-81 (ot) Washington State W 74-72 PARSONS COLLEGE W 62-58 Utah State L 74-80 St. Cloud State W 89-72 Puget Sound L 88-111 SEATTLE UNIVERSITY W 71-69 * MONTANA STATE W 94-79 * Idaho L 75-80 * Idaho State L 68-70 * Boise State L 74-90 * MONTANA W 81-73 Portland State L 82-92 CENTRAL WASHINGTON W 74-69 Washington L 78-86 EASTERN WASHINGTON W 84-69 * Montana L 71-82 * Montana State L 71-81 * NORTHERN ARIZONA W 111-83 * WEBER STATE L 65-86 (ot) * Northern Arizona L 77-83 * Weber State L 65-86 Portland W 82-67 * BOISE STATE W 92-87 * IDAHO STATE W 75-59 * IDAHO W 79-55

* Big Sky Conference Game

Date 12/1 12/4 12/6 12/9 12/11 12/13 12/22 12/23 1/6 1/8 1/11 1/15 1/18 1/22 1/28 1/29 2/4 2/5 2/11 2/12 2/18 2/19 2/21 2/25 2/26 3/1

1971-72 (14-12; 8-6 in Big Sky) Coach Hank Anderson Opponent W/L Score WASHINGTON STATE W 77-65 WHITWORTH W 70-69 Washington State L 61-82 ST. CLOUD STATE W 64-50 Oregon L 69-87 # CENTRAL WASHINGTON W 100-90 Sacramento State L 74-76 Saint Mary’s W 86-84 * Weber State L 48-84 * Northern Arizona L 82-88 (ot) Eastern Washington L 75-78 PUGET SOUND W 74-59 Portland L 68-77 * IDAHO L 55-58 * Montana State W 79-61 * Montana W 66-63 * MONTANA STATE W 68-48 * MONTANA L 53-69 * IDAHO STATE W 90-75 * BOISE STATE W 70-57 * Boise State W 78-57 * Idaho State L 75-85 PORTLAND STATE L 72-79 * WEBER STATE W 76-68 * NORTHERN ARIZONA W 88-72 * Idaho W 85-69

# at Yakima, WA * Big Sky Conference Game

Date 12/1 12/2 12/5 12/9 12/14 12/16 12/22 12/23 1/5 1/6 1/13 1/16 1/18 1/20 1/26 1/27

1972-73 (14-12; 6-8 in Big Sky) Coach Adrian Buoncristiani Opponent W/L Score EASTERN WASHINGTON W 88-63 NORTH DAKOTA W 90-71 WASHINGTON STATE W 54-52 SACRAMENTO STATE L 58-73 CENTRAL WASHINGTON W 76-55 WHITWORTH W 69-45 Oregon L 56-68 Washington L 61-93 * BOISE STATE W 73-58 * IDAHO STATE L 63-66 PORTLAND W 76-73 Washington State W 61-52 Portland State W 69-64 Puget Sound L 71-72 * Montana L 54-57 * Montana State L 51-73

Year - By - Year Results * MONTANA * MONTANA STATE * Northern Arizona * Weber State * NORTHERN ARIZONA * WEBER STATE * Boise State * Idaho State * Idaho * IDAHO

W L W L W L L L W W

60-57 (ot) 71-84 70-58 60-68 99-81 65-70 85-87 (ot) 72-74 88-82(2ot) 85-75

* Big Sky Conference Game

Date 12/1 12/5 12/8 12/10 12/12 12/14 12/17 12/22 12/28 1/4 1/5 1/11 1/12 1/17 1/19 1/25 1/26 2/1 2/2 2/8 2/9 2/15 2/16 2/21 2/23 3/1

1973-74 (13-13 / 7-7 in Big Sky) Coach Adrian Buoncristiani Opponent W/L Score WHITWORTH W 73-39 LOYOLA MARYMOUNT W 86-72 NEVADA W 75-61 % WASHINGTON STATE L 53-57 Seattle University L 69-72 Washington L 53-75 Lewis-Clark State W 87-65 San Jose State W 70-68 CARROLL COLLEGE W 99-73 * WEBER STATE W 66-58 * NORTHERN ARIZONA W 72-57 * MONTANA STATE L 90-101 * MONTANA W 69-68 PORTLAND STATE L 63-71 * IDAHO W 72-60 Portland L 51-69 Seattle Pacific L 50-51 * Montana State W 75-66 * Montana L 54-89 * IDAHO STATE L 64-67 * BOISE STATE L 66-73 * Idaho State L 55-77 * Boise State W 77-63 * Weber State L 61-73 * Northern Arizona L 59-63 * Idaho W 72-70

% Played at Spokane Coliseum * Big Sky Conference Game

Date 11/30 12/1 12/5 12/7 12/9 12/17 12/23 12/27 12/28 1/2 1/10 1/11 1/17 1/18 1/24 1/25 1/31 2/1 2/7 2/8 2/13 2/15 2/21 2/22 2/28 3/1

1974-75 (13-13 / 7-7 in Big Sky) Coach Adrian Buoncristiani Opponent W/L Score Oregon State L 59-84 Portland State W 91-87 (ot) SEATTLE UNIVERSITY L 50-53 SAN JOSE STATE L 63-71 DePAUL L 73-80 Whitworth W 69-51 LEWIS-CLARK STATE W 88-55 # UC-Santa Barbara L 56-59 # Texas Christian W 68-60 % WASHINGTON STATE L 50-73 * Idaho L 61-63 SIMON FRASER W 85-63 * IDAHO W 73-63 SEATTLE PACIFIC W 81-58 * Boise State W 84-81 * Idaho State L 52-64 * MONTANA L 51-53 * MONTANA STATE W 88-77 * Montana L 39-55 * Montana State L 56-58 * Northern Arizona W 91-90 * Weber State L 67-75 * NORTHERN ARIZONA W 77-75 * WEBER STATE W 67-60 * BOISE STATE L 77-78 * IDAHO STATE W 87-78

# USF Tournament (San Francisco, CA) % Played at Spokane Coliseum (Spokane, WA) * Big Sky Conference Game

1975-76 (13-13 / 5-9 in Big Sky) Coach Adrian Buoncristiani Date Opponent W/L Score 11/28 CARROLL COLLEGE W 81-53 11/29 UNIV. OF THE PACIFIC W 51-48

12/9 12/11 12/13 12/15 12/20 12/22 12/30 1/3 1/8 1/10 1/16 1/17 1/23 1/25 1/30 1/31 2/6 2/7 2/13 2/14 2/20 2/21 2/27 2/28

Seattle University L Creighton L Air Force L WESTERN WASHINGTON W REGIS COLLEGE W PUGET SOUND W ST. JOHN’S (MN) W Whitworth W * Weber State L * Northern Arizona L * IDAHO L HARDIN-SIMMONS W * Idaho W % WASHINGTON STATE L * Montana State L * Montana L * MONTANA STATE W * MONTANA W * IDAHO STATE L * BOISE STATE W * Idaho State L * Boise State L * WEBER STATE L * NORTHERN ARIZONA W

65-77 62-70 35-51 85-69 76-48 71-67 87-70 82-62 59-84 62-77 59-60 82-60 70-61 76-77 (ot) 62-64 54-72 75-66 60-49 74-79 76-70 71-81 65-89 62-81 86-81

% Played at Spokane Coliseum (Spokane, WA) * Big Sky Conference Game

Date 11/29 11/30 12/3 12/9 12/10 12/13 12/22 12/23 12/28 12/29 1/7 1/8 1/14 1/15 1/21 1/22 1/28 1/29 2/4 2/5 2/10 2/12 2/18 2/19 2/25 2/26 3/4

1976-77 (11-16 / 7-7 in Big Sky) Coach Adrian Buoncristiani Opponent W/L Score WHITWORTH W 89-57 PUGET SOUND W 76-64 % Washington State L 57-66 Wisconsin-Milwaukee L 62-80 DePaul L 53-77 SEATTLE UNIVERSITY W 62-59 Saint Mary’s L 80-82 Univ. of the Pacific L 60-70 # Portland State L 59-74 # Loyola Marymount L 59-68 * BOISE STATE W 68-61 * IDAHO STATE L 59-60 * Idaho L 65-68 Creighton L 83-100 * IDAHO W 92-68 AIR FORCE W 68-55 * Montana L 50-53 * Montana State L 68-81 * MONTANA W 63-60 * MONTANA STATE W 93-69 * Northern Arizona W 71-70 * Weber State L 72-84 * NORTHERN ARIZONA W 76-62 * WEBER STATE W 62-61 * Boise State L 84-100 * Idaho State L 66-103 + Weber State L 68-69

% Played at Spokane Coliseum # Long Beach Invitational (Long Beach, CA) * Big Sky Conference Game + Big Sky Conference Tournament

Date 11/28 12/1 12/3 12/5 12/7 12/10 12/13 12/17 12/19 12/23 12/28 12/29 1/6 1/7 1/14 1/18 1/20

1977-78 (14-15 / 7-7 in Big Sky) Coach Adrian Buoncristiani Opponent W/L Score SIMON FRASER W 72-70 WHITWORTH W 88-67 Eastern Washington L 51-62 PORTLAND STATE W 68-52 SAINT MARY’S L 73-82 PORTLAND L 76-81 %Washington State L 52-58 PUGET SOUND L 49-65 LEWIS-CLARK STATE W 87-69 Oregon State L 65-76 # Nevada-Las Vegas L 68-91 # Seattle University L 49-64 * WEBER STATE W 78-76 * NORTHERN ARIZONA W 67-55 * Idaho W 91-71 Chaminade W 75-72 Hawai’i W 70-62

1/21 1/27 1/28 1/30 2/3 2/4 2/10 2/11 2/17 2/18 2/23 2/25

Hawai’i * MONTANA STATE * MONTANA * IDAHO * Montana State * Montana * IDAHO STATE * BOISE STATE * Idaho State * Boise State * Weber State * Northern Arizona

W W L W L L W W L L L L

87-83 91-76 55-69 59-31 78-80 47-59 81-78 (4ot) 77-64 78-86 69-80 63-80 75-89

% Played at Spokane Coluseum # Las Vegas Classic (Las Vegas, NV) * Big Sky Conference Game

Date 11/25 11/28 11/30 12/2 12/4 12/8 12/10 12/13 12/16 12/22 12/23 12/30 1/5 1/6 1/13 1/19 1/20 1/26 1/27 2/2 2/3 2/10 2/15 2/17 2/23 2/24

1978-79 (16-10 / 7-7 in Big Sky) Coach Dan Fitzgerald Opponent W/L Score Whitworth W 83-70 EASTERN WASHINGTON W 74-63 LOYOLA MARYMOUNT W 70-55 ST. MARTIN’S W 90-74 Portland L 76-91 CENTRAL WASHINGTON W 76-59 PORTLAND STATE W 92-72 % Washington State L 63-66 (2ot) OREGON STATE L 58-59 # Wisconsin-Milwaukee W 63-61 # Portland State W 93-79 COLLEGE OF GREAT FALLS W 93-68 * Montana L 53-68 * Montana State W 95-72 * Idaho W 66-61 * WEBER STATE L 61-62 * NORTHERN ARIZONA W 62-54 * Boise State L 70-72 * Idaho State L 75-79 * MONTANA STATE W 70-64 * MONTANA W 56-52 * IDAHO W 65-58 * Northern Arizona L 65-84 * Weber State L 66-73 * IDAHO STATE W 75-67 * BOISE STATE L 81-85 (ot)

% Played at Spokane Coliseum # Portland State Holiday Classic (Portland, OR) * Big Sky Conference Game

1979-80 (14-13 / 10-6 (T3rd) in WCC) Coach Dan Fitzgerald Date Opponent W/L Score 11/30 NORTHERN MONTANA W 66-46 12/1 CARROLL COLLEGE W 83-65 12/1 # U.S. International W FF 12/5 % WASHINGTON STATE L 58-75 12/8 Washington L 59-63 12/10 Central Washington L 49-62 12/14 WHITWORTH W 82-67 12/16 %Eastern Washington L 65-77 12/22 Idaho L 49-50 12/29 CAL STATE-LOS ANGELES W 89-72 1/4 PORTLAND STATE W 92-80 1/7 %* SEATTLE UNIVERSITY W 80-74 1/13 %* PORTLAND L 77-79 1/18 * Saint Mary’s L 79-91 1/19 * Santa Clara L 71-87 1/27 %* PEPPERDINE W 79-70 1/28 %* LOYOLA MARYMOUNT L 80-92 2/1 * San Diego W 72-62 2/3 * San Francisco L 68-73 2/5 * Portland W 89-79 2/8 * SANTA CLARA W 79-76 2/9 %* SAINT MARY’S W 73-72 2/12 * Seattle University L 66-87 2/15 * Pepperdine L 75-76 2/16 *# Loyola Marymount L 79-84 2/24 %* SAN FRANCISCO W 84-66 2/26 %* SAN DIEGO W 78-66

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2/2 2/3 2/8 2/10 2/16 2/17 2/23 2/24 3/2 3/3

* West Coast Conference Game % Played in Spokane Coliseum # Game forfeited to Gonzaga

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Year - By - Year Results 1980-81 (19-8 / 9-5 (3rd) in WCC) Coach Dan Fitzgerald Date Opponent W/L Score 11/28 CARROLL W 106-64 12/1 at DePaul L 56-74 12/6 IDAHO L 69-73 12/9 at Weber State W 61-58 12/13 # Washington State L 52-63 12/19 ^ Murray State W 72-52 12/20 ^ Montana W 59-57 12/23 CENTRAL WASHINGTON W 74-58 1/2 WHITWORTH W 92-61 1/5 EASTERN WASHINGTON W 67-61 1/7 LEWIS-CLARK STATE W 95-48 1/12 at Portland State W 68-60 1/16 * at San Francisco L 61-63 1/17 * at Saint Mary’s W 59-50 1/22 * PEPPERDINE L 75-81 (2ot) 1/24 * LOYOLA MARYMOUNT W 64-48 1/29 * at Santa Clara L 61-75 1/31 * at San Diego W 53-47 2/3 WESTERN MONTANA W 79-54 2/7 * at Portland W 80-62 2/12 * SANTA CLARA W 74-73 2/14 * SAN DIEGO W 68-54 2/20 * at Loyola Marymount W 63-60 (ot) 2/21 * at Pepperdine L 54-56 2/26 * SAINT MARY’S W 64-63 2/28 * SAN FRANCISCO W 79-67 3/7 * PORTLAND L 66-70 * West Coast Conference Game # Played at Spokane Coliseum (Spokane, WA) ^ Champions International (Missoula, MT)

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1981-82 (15-12 / 7-7 (T4th) in WCC) Coach Jay Hillock Date Opponent W/L Score 11/27 CARROLL W 58-35 12/2 # Washington State L 44-53 12/7 MONTANA W 80-77 12/9 DEPAUL L 56-69 12/12 WASHINGTON W 73-69 12/17 at Idaho State L 63-77 12/19 at Boise State W 59-58 12/22 WEBER STATE W 65-63 12/29 ^ San Jose State L 55-60 12/30 ^ St. Francis (Pa.) W 65-51 1/2 at Idaho L 57-65 1/5 WHITWORTH W 71-54 1/11 at Eastern Washington W 77-58 1/14 * at San Diego W 70-61 1/16 * at Saint Mary’s W 61-58 (ot) 1/22 * at San Francisco L 65-80 1/23 * at Santa Clara W 82-72 1/29 *$ at Portland L 61-65 2/4 * LOYOLA MARYMOUNT W 78-69 2/6 * PEPPERDINE L 67-76 (ot) 2/12 * at Pepperdine L 59-73 2/13 * at Loyola Marymount W 79-68 2/18 * SANTA CLARA L 56-66 2/20 * SAN FRANCISCO L 58-69 2/25 * SAINT MARY’S W 75-73 (2ot) 2/27 * SAN DIEGO W 63-53 3/4 * PORTLAND L 56-68 * West Coast Conference Game # Played at Spokane Coliseum (Spokane, WA) ^ KOA Classic (Billings, MT) $ Played at Memorial Coliseum (Portland, OR)

1982-83 (13-14 / 5-7 (T4th) in WCC) Coach Jay Hillock Date Opponent W/L Score 11/26 at Weber State L 42-66 11/29 WESTERN MONTANA W 84-63 12/1 # Washington State L 53-73 12/4 at Washington L 48-49 12/9 BOISE STATE W 68-62 12/11 EASTERN OREGON W 82-38 12/17 EASTERN WASHINGTON W 66-60 12/20 ^ Nevada L 67-71 12/21 ^ UC-Irvine L 61-75 12/30 at Montana W 57-54 1/5 IDAHO STATE W 69-68

1/8 1/10 1/12 1/17 1/21 1/22 1/28 1/29 2/3 2/11 2/19 2/24 2/26 3/3 3/5 3/10

at Idaho at DePaul LOYOLA MARYMOUNT WHITMAN * at Pepperdine * at Loyola Marymount * at Saint Mary’s * at Santa Clara * SAN DIEGO *$ at Portland * at San Diego * SANTA CLARA * SAINT MARY’S * LOYOLA MARYMOUNT * PEPPERDINE * PORTLAND

L W L W W L L L W L L W L W L W

51-54 49-48 70-74 (ot) 64-54 69-68 61-66 50-59 50-59 64-55 60-61 53-58 64-62 46-51 87-77 58-68 56-51

* West Coast Conference Game # Played at Spokane Coliseum (Spokane, WA) ^ Wolf Pack Classic (Reno, NV) $ Played at Lewis and Clark College (Portland, OR)

1983-84 (17-11 / 6-6 (4th) in WCC) Coach Jay Hillock Date Opponent W/L Score 11/25 CARROLL W 100-57 11/28 CENTRAL WASHINGTON W 86-54 12/1 at Idaho State W 65-63 (ot) 12/3 at Boise State L 54-72 12/7 EASTERN WASHINGTON W 86-57 12/9 at Montana State W 78-68 12/12 # Washington State L 72-73 12/17 WEBER STATE L 84-94 12/28 ^ Robert Morris W 73-57 12/29 ^ Oregon L 52-72 12/30 ^ Washington State W 71-70 (ot) 1/2 at Loyola Marymount L 68-70 (ot) 1/7 at Idaho W 59-52 1/10 at Eastern Washington W 91-80 1/13 SEATTLE PACIFIC W 84-67 1/19 * at San Diego W 60-58 1/21 * at Saint Mary’s L 51-52 1/26 * PEPPERDINE L 56-57 1/28 * LOYOLA MARYMOUNT W 84-66 2/2 * at Santa Clara L 55-56 2/7 WHITWORTH W 66-57 2/11 * PORTLAND W 73-54 2/18 * SANTA CLARA W 73-63 2/24 * at Loyola Marymount W 73-70 2/25 * at Pepperdine L 62-69 3/1 * SAINT MARY’S L 70-72 3/3 * SAN DIEGO L 69-71 (2ot) 3/8 *$ at Portland W 56-55 (ot) * West Coast Conference Game # Played at Spokane Coliseum (Spokane, WA) ^ Far West Classic (Portland, OR) $ Played at Lewis and Clark College (Portland, OR)

1984-85 (15-13 / 4-8 (5th) in WCC) Coach Jay Hillock Date Opponent W/L Score 11/24 at Air Force W 64-59 11/26 at Iowa L 40-62 11/30 CENTRAL WASHINGTON W 69-61 12/3 BOISE STATE W 55-54 12/5 WHITWORTH W 88-38 12/8 at Oregon State L 46-62 12/13 at Washington State L 56-62 12/17 MONTANA STATE W 78-65 12/26 at Wisconsin-Green Bay L 52-53 (2ot) 12/28 # Drake W 56-38 12/29 # Marquette W 60-54 1/2 IDAHO W 56-54 1/5 IDAHO STATE W 65-60 1/8 SEATTLE PACIFIC W 79-68 1/17 * SANTA CLARA L 60-68 (ot) 1/19 * SAINT MARY’S W 57-55 1/24 * SAN DIEGO W 58-45 1/26 * LOYOLA MARYMOUNT W 72-68 2/2 * at Pepperdine L 55-59 2/5 EASTERN WASHINGTON W 62-52 2/8 * at Portland L 58-59 2/11 at Eastern Washington L 63-66 2/14 * PEPPERDINE L 58-69 2/21 * at Loyola Marymount W 51-49

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* at San Diego * at Saint Mary’s * at Santa Clara * PORTLAND

L L L L

43-58 53-67 52-65 54-56

* West Coast Conference Game # Milwaukee Classic (Milwaukee, WI)

1985-86 (15-13 / 8-6 (4th) in WCC) Coach Dan Fitzgerald Opponent W/L Score WISCONSIN-GREEN BAY W 63-47 WHITWORTH W 92-61 CENTRAL WASHINGTON L 63-64 ^ Washington State L 61-64 # Howard W 62-60 (ot) # Iona L 55-74 IDAHO W 72-61 LEWIS-CLARK STATE W 60-53 ^ Iowa L 64-84 AIR FORCE W 79-49 at Idaho L 60-61 WHITMAN W 74-63 at Eastern Washington L 54-56 * PEPPERDINE L 67-79 * LOYOLA MARYMOUNT L 54-66 * at San Diego L 50-74 * at Saint Mary’s W 79-61 * SANTA CLARA W 70-62 * SAN FRANCISCO W 97-59 * at San Francisco L 73-76 * at Santa Clara L 68-76 EASTERN WASHINGTON L 58-60 * PORTLAND W 63-62 (ot) * at Loyola Marymount W 81-79 * at Pepperdine L 64-87 * SAINT MARY’S W 77-67 * SAN DIEGO W 68-61 * at Portland W 54-52

Date 11/22 11/26 11/29 12/2 12/6 12/7 12/14 12/20 12/23 12/30 1/4 1/7 1/10 1/16 1/18 1/23 1/25 1/30 2/1 2/7 2/8 2/12 2/15 2/21 2/22 2/27 3/1 3/5

* West Coast Conference Game ^ Played at Spokane Coliseum (Spokane, WA) # Manufacturer’s Hanover (New Rochelle, NY)

1986-87 (18-10 / 9-5 (2nd) in WCC) Coach Dan Fitzgerald Date Opponent W/L Score 11/28 # Washington State L 56-64 11/29 # Eastern Washington L 60-62 12/2 MONTANA TECH W 75-66 12/5 at Idaho L 55-62 12/6 WHITWORTH W 98-67 12/10 at Washington State W 59-58 12/13 OREGON STATE L 57-70 12/20 EASTERN WASHINGTON W 87-58 12/22 LEWIS-CLARK STATE W 78-67 12/30 BOISE STATE W 77-76 1/2 WHITMAN W 97-58 1/3 IDAHO STATE W 79-62 1/8 * SAINT MARY’S W 70-51 1/10 * SAN DIEGO W 58-46 1/16 * at Pepperdine L 78-87 1/17 * at Loyola Marymount W 114-101 1/20 at Eastern Washington W 79-69 1/24 * PORTLAND W 87-55 1/29 * SAN FRANCISCO W 85-57 1/31 * SANTA CLARA W 68-55 2/6 * at Santa Clara L 61-70 2/7 * at San Francisco L 73-81 2/12 * LOYOLA MARYMOUNT W 93-88 2/14 * PEPPERDINE W 84-70 2/19 * at San Diego L 48-61 2/21 * at Saint Mary’s L 48-49 2/25 * at Portland W 61-58 2/28 + PEPPERDINE L 73-76 * West Coast Conference Game + WCC Tournament (Spokane, WA) # Inland Northwest Classic (Spokane, WA)

1987-88 (16-12 / 7-7 (5th) in WCC) Coach Dan Fitzgerald Date Opponent W/L Score 11/27 # Idaho L 60-64 11/28 # Eastern Washington W 82-61 12/1 WESTERN WASHINGTON W 77-66 12/5 EASTERN WASHINGTON W 75-63

Year - By - Year Results WHITMAN ^ Northern Iowa ^ Houston Baptist at Boise State IDAHO LEWIS-CLARK STATE at Idaho State at Eastern Washington ALASKA PACIFIC * at San Francisco * at Santa Clara * PEPPERDINE * LOYOLA MARYMOUNT * at Loyola Marymount * at Pepperdine * SAN DIEGO * SAINT MARY’S * at Saint Mary’s * at San Diego * PORTLAND * at Portland * SANTA CLARA * SAN FRANCISCO + Pepperdine

W L W L W W L W W L L W L L L W L L W W W W W L

80-42 67-71 70-54 49-89 77-57 97-65 60-63 88-68 85-50 79-82 51-58 70-63 72-85 100-116 59-84 70-52 64-77 63-72 78-73 76-67 67-63 65-62 83-72 70-81

* West Coast Conference Game + WCC Tournament (San Francisco, CA) # Inland Northwest Classic (Spokane, WA) ^ Heritage Drake Classic (Des Moines, IA)

1988-89 (14-14 / 5-9 (6th) in WCC) Coach Dan Fitzgerald Date Opponent W/L Score 11/25 # Washington State W 64-63 11/26 # Idaho L 72-80 (ot) 12/1 at Eastern Washington W 75-63 12/3 at Idaho W 66-63 12/7 BOISE STATE L 65-73 12/10 EASTERN WASHINGTON W 70-68 12/19 at Oregon State L 51-74 12/21 WARNER PACIFIC W 88-61 12/23 LEWIS-CLARK STATE W 101-65 12/29 ^ Wyoming L 67-80 12/30 ^ Penn State W 71-63 1/4 WHITMAN W 84-61 1/7 ST. MARTIN’S W 86-51 1/13 * at San Diego W 71-66 (ot) 1/14 * at Saint Mary’s L 45-67 1/20 * LOYOLA MARYMOUNT L 104-113 1/21 * PEPPERDINE L 70-74 1/25 * PORTLAND W 91-75 1/28 * at Portland W 76-66 2/3 * at Santa Clara L 55-69 2/4 * at San Francisco L 50-62 2/10 * SAN FRANCISCO L 64-67 2/11 * SANTA CLARA W 83-66 2/17 * at Pepperdine L 66-69 2/18 * at Loyola Marymount L 136-147 2/24 * SAINT MARY’S L 63-67 (ot) 2/25 * SAN DIEGO W 88-71 3/4 + Loyola Marymount L 98-101 * West Coast Conference Game + WCC Tournament (San Francisco, CA) # Inland Northwest Classic (Spokane, WA) ^ Cowboy Shootout (Casper, WY)

1989-90 (8-20 / 3-11 (8th) in WCC) Coach Dan Fitzgerald Date Opponent W/L Score 11/25 WESTERN MONTANA W 67-62 11/27 EASTERN OREGON W 78-58 12/1 # Wisconsin L 58-63 12/2 # UNC-Wilmington W 55-48 12/5 IDAHO L 47-67 12/9 at Boise State L 52-54 12/12 at Nevada L 69-79 12/16 OREGON STATE L 61-82 12/22 MONTANA TECH W 80-59 12/30 at Fairfield L 60-62 1/2 at Iona L 71-82 1/5 WHITMAN W 85-56 1/8 EASTERN WASHINGTON L 55-70 1/11 * SAINT MARY’S L 53-61 1/13 * SAN FRANCISCO W 63-61

1/19 1/20 1/25 1/27 2/1 2/3 2/8 2/10 2/14 2/17 2/23 2/24 3/3

* at Loyola Marymount * at Pepperdine * PEPPERDINE * LOYOLA MARYMOUNT * at Santa Clara * at San Diego * SAN DIEGO * SANTA CLARA * PORTLAND * at Portland * at San Francisco * at Saint Mary’s + Loyola Marymount

L L L L L L L L L L W W L

100-144 67-68 69-74 88-99 66-70 58-68 65-73 72-74 64-68 68-84 76-75 75-62 84-121

* West Coast Conference Game + WCC Tournament (Los Angeles, CA) # Marquette Classic (Milwaukee, WI)

1990-91 (14-14 / 5-9 (6th) in WCC) Coach Dan Fitzgerald Date Opponent W/L Score 11/24 EASTERN OREGON W 121-79 11/27 BOISE STATE L 53-56 11/30 # Saint Peter’s L 56-72 12/1 # Southwest Texas State W 77-65 12/4 at Idaho L 66-70 12/6 IDAHO STATE W 112-75 12/11 FAIRFIELD W 99-98 (ot) 12/13 at Eastern Washington W 108-67 12/15 EASTERN WASHINGTON W 81-63 12/23 IONA W 91-82 12/28 ^ HOWARD W 79-67 12/29 ^ BOSTON UNIVERSITY W 75-63 1/7 at Oregon State L 65-74 1/11 * at Saint Mary’s L 75-83 1/12 * at San Francisco L 68-78 1/16 * PORTLAND W 82-78 (ot) 1/19 * at Portland L 63-67 1/24 * SANTA CLARA W 75-64 1/26 * SAN DIEGO L 80-89 1/31 * at San Diego W 70-64 2/2 * at Santa Clara L 61-69 2/7 * LOYOLA MARYMOUNT L 79-91 2/9 * PEPPERDINE L 56-80 2/15 * at Pepperdine L 56-84 2/16 * at Loyola Marymount L 76-86 2/21 * SAN FRANCISCO W 95-72 2/23 * SAINT MARY’S W 73-69 3/2 + San Diego L 62-72 * West Coast Conference Game + WCC Tournament (Santa Clara, CA) # KYLT Classic (Missoula, MT) ^ Shootout Spokane (Spokane, WA)

1991-92 (20-10 / 8-6 (T3rd) in WCC) Coach Dan Fitzgerald Date Opponent W/L Score 11/22 WESTERN MONTANA W 89-68 11/26 at Weber State L 77-79 11/29 # Baylor W 77-75 11/30 # Fresno State L 76-77 (ot) 12/4 ? Southern California L 60-77 12/7 WHITMAN W 71-54 12/9 SAN JOSE STATE W 61-56 12/12 at Idaho State W 79-70 12/15 EASTERN WASHINGTON W 74-67 12/22 IDAHO W 80-62 12/27 ^ MAINE W 70-55 12/28 ^ YALE W 70-59 1/4 at Eastern Washington W 67-49 1/16 * PEPPERDINE L 66-68 (ot) 1/18 * LOYOLA MARYMOUNT W 97-95 (ot) 1/23 * at Santa Clara L 52-73 1/25 * at San Diego W 71-69 (ot) 1/29 * PORTLAND W 86-73 2/1 * at Portland W 83-81 (ot) 2/6 * SAINT MARY’S W 69-65 (ot) 2/8 * SAN FRANCISCO W 90-88 2/14 * at San Francisco W 88-74 2/15 * at Saint Mary’s L 57-65 2/20 * SAN DIEGO W 58-50 2/22 * SANTA CLARA L 58-61 2/28 * at Loyola Marymount L 92-95 2/29 * at Pepperdine L 63-75

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W W L

61-48 54-51 70-73

* West Coast Conference Game + WCC Tournament (Portland, OR) # Coors Light Classic (Fresno, CA) ? Played at Spokane Coliseum (Spokane, WA) ^ Shootout Spokane (Spokane, WA)

1992-93 (19-9 / 11-3 (2nd) in WCC) Coach Dan Fitzgerald Date Opponent W/L Score 12/1 WHITMAN W 93-57 12/5 at San Jose State L 73-76 (ot) 12/7 at Southern California L 59-77 12/11 # Texas-Arlington L 87-95 (2ot) 12/12 # Alcorn State W 77-67 12/19 CARROLL W 106-56 12/21 at Idaho L 64-82 12/23 EASTERN WASHINGTON W 71-50 12/28 ^ SAM HOUSTON STATE W 84-66 12/29 ^ DREXEL W 91-78 1/6 IDAHO STATE W 83-71 1/9 at Eastern Washington W 73-68 1/15 * at Pepperdine W 76-67 1/16 * at Loyola Marymount W 65-64 1/21 * SANTA CLARA W 64-61 (ot) 1/23 * SAN DIEGO W 79-64 1/27 * PORTLAND W 71-53 1/30 * at Portland L 63-65 (ot) 2/5 * at Saint Mary’s W 82-64 2/6 * at San Francisco L 74-77 2/11 * SAN FRANCISCO W 85-64 2/13 * SAINT MARY’S W 79-55 2/18 * at San Diego W 69-66 2/20 * at Santa Clara L 56-58 2/25 * LOYOLA MARYMOUNT W 87-73 2/27 * PEPPERDINE W 63-52 3/6 + Portland W 77-57 3/7 + Santa Clara L 51-53 * West Coast Conference Game + WCC Tournament (San Francisco, CA) # UAB Classic (Birmingham, AL) ^ Shootout Spokane (Spokane, WA)

1993-94 (22-8 / 12-2 (1st) in WCC) Coach Dan Fitzgerald Date Opponent W/L Score 11/26 # San Jose State L 87-98 11/27 # Cal-State Northridge W 90-57 12/03 ^ Canisius L 66-81 12/4 ^ Niagara L 61-63 12/7 WHITMAN W 88-44 12/11 EASTERN WASHINGTON W 99-54 12/18 WESTERN MONTANA W 97-50 12/21 IDAHO W 76-69 12/27 & NEW HAMPSHIRE W 84-74 12/28 & SAMFORD W 72-70 1/6 WEBER STATE W 79-74 1/8 at Idaho State L 76-81 1/13 * SAN DIEGO W 80-68 1/15 * SAN FRANCISCO W 103-98 1/21 * at Santa Clara W 60-58 1/22 * at Saint Mary’s W 72-69 1/27 * SAINT MARY’S W 88-78 1/29 * SANTA CLARA W 92-78 2/4 * at Loyola Marymount L 80-82 2/5 * at Pepperdine W 70-48 2/10 * PEPPERDINE W 66-56 2/12 * LOYOLA MARYMOUNT W 121-85 2/16 * PORTLAND W 91-63 2/19 * at Portland W 75-71 2/24 * at San Francisco W 93-89 2/26 * at San Diego L 73-82 3/5 + Loyola Marymount W 91-76 3/6 + San Diego L 75-83 3/17 ? at Stanford W 80-76 3/22 ? at Kansas State L 64-66

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* West Coast Conference Game + WCC Tournament (Santa Clara, CA) # Fry’s Invitational (Palo Alto, CA) ^ Canisius Classic (Buffalo, NY) & Shootout Spokane (Spokane, WA) ? National Invitational Tournament

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Year - By - Year Results 1994-95 (21-9 / 7-7 (4th) in WCC) Coach Dan Fitzgerald Date Opponent W/L Score 11/25 # GEORGIA STATE W 90-65 11/26 # MAINE W 66-57 12/1 NEVADA W 90-75 12/3 WHITMAN W 69-43 12/6 at Idaho W 64-58 12/10 CENTRAL WASHINGTON W 93-53 12/19 CANISIUS W 74-63 12/22 at Eastern Washington W 68-58 12/29 ^ Wichita State L 53-54 (ot) 12/30 ^ Air Force W 95-62 1/3 IDAHO W 75-55 1/8 at Sacramento State W 77-72 (ot) 1/12 * at San Diego L 70-80 1/14 * at San Francisco L 98-106 (ot) 1/19 * SANTA CLARA L 68-73 (ot) 1/21 * SAINT MARY’S L 63-68 1/27 * at Saint Mary’s L 66-73 1/28 * at Santa Clara L 74-83 2/2 * LOYOLA MARYMOUNT W 88-72 2/4 * PEPPERDINE W 93-67 2/10 * at Pepperdine W 86-61 2/11 * at Loyola Marymount W 68-53 2/15 * PORTLAND W 74-59 2/18 * at Portland L 71-74 2/23 * SAN FRANCISCO W 106-67 2/25 * SAN DIEGO W 71-63 3/4 + San Diego W 74-57 3/5 + Saint Mary’s W 69-59 3/6 + Portland W 80-67 3/16 ? Maryland L 63-87

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* West Coast Conference Game + WCC Tournament (Santa Clara, CA) # Shootout Spokane (Spokane, WA) ^ Cessna Classic (Wichita, KS) ? NCAA First/Second Rounds (Salt Lake City, UT)

1995-96 (21-9 / 10-4 (T1st) in WCC) Coach Dan Fitzgerald Date Opponent W/L Score 11/24 # Washington State L 67-72 (ot) 11/30 CENTRAL WASHINGTON W 86-66 12/2 SOUTHERN UTAH W 77-60 12/7 at Montana State L 56-58 12/9 at Cal-State Fullerton W 83-57 12/16 WESTERN MONTANA W 90-65 12/22 EASTERN WASHINGTON W 68-55 12/29 ^ South Alabama W 60-43 12/30 ^ Washington L 58-62 1/3 BOISE STATE W 83-68 1/5 at Eastern Washington W 63-53 1/7 SACRAMENTO STATE W 66-44 1/12 * at Santa Clara L 61-72 1/13 * at Saint Mary’s W 81-71 1/18 * SAN DIEGO W 60-53 1/20 * SAN FRANCISCO W 60-55 1/24 * PORTLAND W 95-72 1/27 * at Portland L 66-67 2/2 * at Loyola Marymount L 69-83 2/3 * at Pepperdine W 78-66 2/8 * PEPPERDINE W 94-80 2/11 * LOYOLA MARYMOUNT W 81-68 2/15 * at San Francisco W 73-59 2/17 * at San Diego W 69-59 2/22 * SAINT MARY’S W 83-82 (ot) 2/24 * SANTA CLARA L 71-77 3/2 + Saint Mary’s W 64-54 3/3 + Pepperdine W 76-48 3/4 + Portland L 68-76 3/14 & at Washington State L 73-92 * West Coast Conference Game + WCC Tournament (Santa Clara, CA) # Played at Spokane Arena (Spokane, WA) ^ U.S. West Tournament (Seattle, WA) & National Invitational Tournament

1996-97 (15-12 / 8-6 (T4th) in WCC) Coach Dan Fitzgerald Date Opponent W/L Score 11/23 at Southern Utah L 47-71 11/26 ST. MARTIN’S W 101-72 11/30 ^ Washington State L 62-75 12/3 CENTRAL WASHINGTON W 89-66 12/6 # Texas-San Antonio W 87-61 12/7 # Colorado State L 61-72 12/11 MONTANA STATE W 91-76 12/14 MONTANA L 63-67 (ot) 12/21 at Eastern Washington W 80-65 12/27 & Idaho State W 90-83 12/28 & Boise State L 64-73 1/4 CAL-STATE FULLERTON W 77-70 1/9 * SANTA CLARA W 75-66 1/11 * SAINT MARY’S W 80-57 1/16 * at San Diego L 74-80 1/18 * at San Francisco L 70-71 1/23 * LOYOLA MARYMOUNT W 71-60 1/25 * PEPPERDINE W 72-56 1/31 * at Pepperdine L 65-80 2/1 * at Loyola Marymount W 77-75 2/5 * PORTLAND W 79-67 2/8 * at Portland W 76-59 2/13 * SAN FRANCISCO W 53-50 2/15 * SAN DIEGO L 69-76 2/22 * at Saint Mary’s L 72-74 2/23 * at Santa Clara L 52-67 3/1 + San Diego L 59-64 * West Coast Conference Game + WCC Tournament (Los Angeles, CA) ^ Played at Spokane Arena (Spokane, WA) # Bank One - Dodge Classic (Fort Collins, CO) & Albertson’s Holiday Classic (Boise, ID)

1997-98 (24-10 / 10-4 (1st) in WCC) Coach Dan Monson Date Opponent W/L Score 11/15 CONCORDIA (Ore.) W 97-50 11/21 # Tulsa W 78-40 11/22 # Mississippi State W 70-68 11/23 # Clemson W 84-71 11/28 ^ Arkansas-Little Rock W 75-70 11/29 ^ Michigan State L 68-70 12/1 at Chicago State W 97-51 12/4 at Washington State L 70-85 12/6 IDAHO W 76-60 12/12 at Montana W 87-80 12/14 EASTERN WASHINGTON W 100-78 12/20 WHITMAN W 90-44 12/30 at Washington L 82-88 1/3 BOISE STATE W 83-70 1/5 at Idaho L 64-73 1/9 * at Loyola Marymount W 93-62 1/10 * at Pepperdine W 77-64 1/15 * SAN DIEGO W 71-69 1/17 * SAINT MARY’S W 102-73 1/22 * at Saint Mary’s L 73-76 1/24 * at San Diego L 83-84 1/29 * SAN FRANCISCO W 76-72 (ot) 1/31 * SANTA CLARA W 78-73 2/6 * at Santa Clara L 67-70 2/7 * at San Francisco W 96-85 2/11 * PORTLAND W 89-72 2/14 * at Portland W 73-60 2/19 * PEPPERDINE L 64-65 2/21 * LOYOLA MARYMOUNT W 107-84 2/28 + Loyola Marymount W 79-78 (ot) 3/1 + San Diego W 74-59 3/2 + San Francisco L 67-80 3/11 % at Wyoming W 69-55 3/16 % at Hawai’i L 70-78 * West Coast Conference Game + WCC Tournament (Santa Clara, CA) # Top of the World Classic (Fairbanks, AK) ^ Coca-Cola Classic (East Lansing, MI) % National Invitational Tournament

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1998-99 (28-7 / 12-2 (1st) in WCC) Coach Dan Monson Date Opponent W/L Score 11/14 at Kansas L 66-80 11/16 # at Memphis W 88-73 11/18 # at Purdue L 68-83 11/22 ST. MARTIN’S W 82-55 11/28 ^ Washington State W 70-61 11/30 at Eastern Washington W 81-59 12/4 & Detroit L 48-49 12/5 & South Alabama W 80-63 12/8 ^ Washington W 82-71 12/19 CHICAGO STATE W 84-38 12/22 IDAHO W 94-55 12/28 at Texas Pan-American W 74-73 12/30 at Texas Christian L 87-90 1/2 at Boise State W 68-58 1/7 * LOYOLA MARYMOUNT W 105-68 1/9 * PEPPERDINE W 83-52 1/13 * PORTLAND W 104-57 1/16 * at Portland W 82-73 1/22 * at San Francisco W 83-71 1/23 * at Santa Clara W 71-69 1/28 * SANTA CLARA W 70-52 1/30 * SAN FRANCISCO W 78-52 2/4 * at San Diego L 59-75 2/6 * at Saint Mary’s W 78-70 2/11 * SAINT MARY’S W 97-52 2/13 * SAN DIEGO W 69-62 2/19 * at Pepperdine L 70-75 2/20 * at Loyola Marymount W 85-72 2/27 + Portland W 84-63 2/28 + Saint Mary’s W 70-57 3/1 + Santa Clara W 91-66 3/11 ? Minnesota W 75-63 3/13 ? Stanford W 82-74 3/18 % Florida W 73-72 3/20 % Connecticut L 62-67 * West Coast Conference Game + WCC Tournament (Santa Clara, CA) # Preseason Chase NIT ^ Played at Spokane Arena (Spokane, WA) & Hawkeye Classic (Iowa City, IA) ? NCAA First/Second Round (Seattle, WA) % NCAA West Regional (Phoenix, AZ)

1999-2000 (26-9 / 11-3 (2nd) in WCC) Coach Mark Few Date Opponent W/L Score 11/21 at Montana W 76-61 11/26 EASTERN WASHINGTON W 81-47 11/29 ^ Washington State W 73-63 12/1 BOISE STATE W 71-55 12/4 % Cincinnati L 68-75 12/8 & Temple L 48-64 12/11 at UCLA W 59-43 12/13 ? Washington W 76-66 12/19 MONTANA W 88-70 12/21 ~ California L 64-72 12/28 + Ohio W 83-55 12/29 + Oregon L 64-70 12/30 + Colorado L 77-81 1/4 at Idaho W 60-49 1/8 TEXAS PAN-AMERICAN W 111-71 1/13 * SAN FRANCISCO W 96-73 1/15 * SANTA CLARA W 97-67 1/20 * at Saint Mary’s W 90-60 1/22 * at San Diego W 84-79 (ot) 1/26 * PORTLAND W 84-66 1/29 * at Portland W 81-57 2/3 * PEPPERDINE W 62-57 2/5 * LOYOLA MARYMOUNT W 103-56 2/11 * at Loyola Marymount W 101-77 2/12 * at Pepperdine L 69-80 2/17 * SAN DIEGO L 70-82 2/19 * SAINT MARY’S W 93-66 2/25 * Santa Clara L 70-81 2/27 * at San Francisco W 70-64 3/4 + Saint Mary’s W 76-49

Year - By - Year Results + San Diego + Pepperdine $ Louisville $ St. John’s @ Purdue

W W W W L

80-70 69-65 (ot) 77-66 82-76 66-75

* West Coast Conference Game + WCC Tournament (Santa Clara, CA) ^ Played at Spokane Arena (Spokane, WA) % Rock-N-Roll Shootout (Cleveland, OH) & Great Eight (Chicago, IL) ? Played at Key Arena (Seattle, WA) ~ Pete Newell Challenge (Oakland, CA) # Outrigger Rainbow Classic (Honolulu, HI) $ NCAA First/Second Round (Tucson, AZ) @ NCAA West Regional (Albuquerque, NM)

2000-01 (26-7 / 13-1 (1st) in WCC) Coach Mark Few Date Opponent W/L Score 11/17 at Eastern Washington W 74-65 11/19 WISCONSIN-GREEN BAY W 85-58 11/25 IDAHO W 92-42 11/29 at Arizona L 87-101 12/2 WASHINGTON W 86-74 12/6 at Montana W 77-69 12/9 at Boise State L 69-94 12/16 ~ Florida L 71-85 12/20 at Wisconsin-Green Bay L 61-72 12/30 MONMOUTH W 95-69 1/2 ^ New Mexico L 80-81 (ot) 1/4 NORTHWEST COLLEGE W 93-36 1/6 ^ Prairie View A&M W 93-50 1/12 * at San Francisco W 78-59 1/13 * at Saint Mary’s W 102-48 1/17 * PORTLAND W 81-57 1/20 * at Portland W 77-72 1/25 * SANTA CLARA W 70-64 1/27 * SAN DIEGO W 78-57 2/2 * at Pepperdine W 93-79 2/3 * at Loyola Marymount W 84-64 2/9 * SAN FRANCISCO W 84-82 2/11 * SAINT MARY’S W 90-64 2/15 * LOYOLA MARYMOUNT W 101-68 2/17 * PEPPERDINE W 82-69 2/22 * at Santa Clara L 71-84 2/24 * at San Diego W 72-69 3/3 + Saint Mary’s W 105-65 3/4 + San Diego W 76-68 3/5 + Santa Clara W 80-77 3/16 $ Virginia W 86-85 3/18 $ Indiana State W 85-68 3/23 @ Michigan State L 62-77 * West Coast Conference Game + WCC Tournament (San Diego, CA) ^ Played at Spokane Arena (Spokane, WA) ~ Orange Bowl Classic (Sunrise, FL) $ NCAA First/Second Round (Memphis, TN) @ NCAA South Regional (Atlanta, GA)

2001-02 (29-4 / 13-1 (T1st) in WCC) Coach Mark Few Date Opponent W/L Score 11/16 at Illinois L 58-76 11/18 MONTANA W 83-63 11/22 # St. John’s W 65-58 11/23 # Texas W 67-64 11/24 # Marquette L 63-72 11/29 ARKANSAS PINE BLUFF W 92-42 12/1 PORTLAND STATE W 93-58 12/4 EASTERN WASHINGTON W 84-74 (ot) 12/6 & Fresno State W 87-77 12/11 at Washington W 67-47 12/15 WASHINGTON STATE W 67-44 12/21 EASTERN OREGON W 105-45 12/29 at Monmouth W 79-54 12/31 at Saint Joseph’s W 83-80 1/7 at New Mexico W 95-90 (ot) 1/11 * SANTA CLARA W 83-81 1/13 * SAN DIEGO W 75-62 1/18 * at Pepperdine L 79-88

1/19 1/24 1/26 1/30 2/2 2/7 2/9 2/14 2/16 2/22 2/23 3/2 3/3 3/4 3/14

* at Loyola Marymount * SAN FRANCISCO * SAINT MARY’S * PORTLAND * at Portland * at Santa Clara * at San Diego * LOYOLA MARYMOUNT * PEPPERDINE * at San Francisco * at Saint Mary’s + Loyola Marymount + San Diego + Pepperdine $ Wyoming

W W W W W W W W W W W W W W L

94-60 93-73 70-52 102-67 94-80 84-69 77-76 72-51 91-78 70-54 74-55 82-64 87-79 96-90 66-73

* West Coast Conference Game + WCC Tournament (San Diego, CA) # Carrs/Great Alaska Shootout (Anchorage, AK) & Loud Records Fab Four Classic (Inglewood, CA) $ NCAA First/Second Round (Albuquerque, NM)

2002-03 (24-9 / 12-2 (1st) in WCC) Coach Mark Few Date Opponent W/L Score 11/22 HOFSTRA W 69-61 11/25 # Utah W 71-52 11/26 # Indiana L 75-76 11/27 # Kentucky L 72-80 12/2 WASHINGTON W 95-89 (ot) 12/5 at Montana W 75-67 12/7 at Washington State W 110-104 (ot) 12/15 & Georgia L 83-95 12/17 ^ North Carolina State W 69-60 12/20 LONG BEACH STATE W 90-55 12/22 ? Eastern Washington W 67-64 12/28 ~ Stanford L 71-81 12/31 SAINT JOSEPH’S L 78-79 (ot) 1/2 at Portland State W 87-49 1/9 * LOYOLA MARYMOUNT W 85-73 1/12 * PEPPERDINE W 92-72 1/17 * at Saint Mary’s W 56-53 1/19 * at San Francisco W 66-56 1/24 * at Portland W 70-67 1/30 * SAN DIEGO W 89-65 2/1 * SANTA CLARA W 96-62 2/5 * at Pepperdine W 78-63 2/8 * at Loyola Marymount L 74-80 2/13 * SAINT MARY’S W 73-49 2/15 * SAN FRANCISCO W 82-71 2/19 * PORTLAND L 68-72 2/22 TULSA W 69-60 2/27 * at Santa Clara W 71-66 3/1 * at San Diego W 72-69 3/9 + Saint Mary’s W 73-52 3/10 + San Diego L 63-72 3/20 $ Cincinnati W 74-69 3/22 $ Arizona L 95-96 (2ot) * West Coast Conference Game + WCC Tournament (San Diego, CA) # Maui Invitational (Lahaina, HI) & Peach Bowl Classic (Atlanta, GA) ^ Jimmy V Classic (East Rutherford, NJ) ? Played at Spokane Arena (Spokane, WA) ~ Pete Newell Challenge (Oakland, CA) $ NCAA First/Second Round (Salt Lake City, UT)

2003-04 (28-3 / 14-0 (1st) in WCC) Coach Mark Few Date Opponent W/L Score 11/14 & Saint Joseph’s L 66-73 11/21 IDAHO W 84-63 11/24 DENVER W 90-58 11/24 ~ Georgia W 82-76 (ot) 12/3 Washington W 86-62 12/6 % Maryland W 82-68 12/7 % George Washington W 96-91 12/13 $ Missouri W 87-80 (ot) 12/20 ! Stanford L 80-87 12/28 WASHINGTON STATE W 95-58

12/31 1/4 1/8 1/10 1/15 1/17 1/23 1/29 1/31 2/5 2/7 2/12 2/14 2/18 2/21 2/26 2/28 3/7 3/8 3/18 3/20

~ Eastern Washington MONTANA * Pepperdine * Loyola Marymount * SAN FRANCISCO * SAINT MARY’S * Portland * San Diego * Santa Clara * PEPPERDINE * LOYOLA MARYMOUNT * San Francisco * Saint Mary’s * PORTLAND Tulsa * SAN DIEGO * SANTA CLARA + Santa Clara + Saint Mary’s # Valparaiso # Nevada

W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W L

70-49 88-67 87-70 74-60 92-50 75-61 80-65 85-73 79-63 93-73 87-57 71-48 79-60 79-69 76-56 97-78 80-64 63-62 84-71 76-49 72-91

* West Coast Conference Game + WCC Tournament (Santa Clara, CA) & Coaches vs. Cancer (New York, NY) ~ Played at Spokane Arena (Spokane, WA) % BB&T Classic (Washington D.C.) $ Battle in Seattle (Seattle, WA) ! Pete Newell Challenge (Oakland, CA) # NCAA First/Second Round (Seattle, WA)

2004-05 (26-5 / 12-2 (1st) in WCC) Coach Mark Few Date Opponent W/L Score 11/19 PORTLAND STATE W 98-80 11/21 MONTANA W 78-62 11/24 IDAHO W 88-74 11/27 & Illinois L 72-89 12/1 WASHINGTON W 99-87 12/4 $ Massachusetts W 68-57 12/7 Washington State W 54-52 12/11 SAINT LOUIS W 75-45 12/18 ! Georgia Tech W 85-73 12/21 ~ Eastern Washington W 83-70 12/28 ^ Oklahoma State W 78-75 12/30 Missouri L 61-63 1/6 * Santa Clara W 91-87 1/8 * Saint Mary’s L 81-89 1/13 * LOYOLA MARYMOUNT W 76-65 1/15 * PEPPERDINE W 86-62 1/20 * San Francisco L 70-73 1/22 * San Diego W 68-56 1/29 * PORTLAND W 91-79 2/3 * SAINT MARY’S W 68-63 2/5 * SANTA CLARA W 92-75 2/10 * Pepperdine W 82-75 2/12 * Loyola Marymount W 61-58 2/17 * SAN DIEGO W 90-73 2/19 * SAN FRANCISCO W 75-73 2/24 * Portland W 84-68 2/28 NORTHERN COLORADO W 87-60 3/6 + San Diego W 90-74 3/7 + Saint Mary’s W 80-67 3/17 # Winthrop W 74-64 3/19 # Texas Tech L 69-71 * West Coast Conference Game + WCC Tournament (Santa Clara, CA) & Wooden Tradition (Indianapolis, IN) $ Battle in Seattle (Seattle, WA) ! Las Vegas Showdown (Las Vegas, NV) ~ Played at Spokane Arena (Spokane, WA) ^ All-College Classic (Oklahoma City, OK) # NCAA First/Second Round (Tucson, AZ)

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Year - By - Year Results 2005-06 (29-4 / 14-0 (1st) in WCC) Coach Mark Few Date Opponent W/L Score 11/18 IDAHO W 69-60 11/21 % Maryland W 88-76 11/22 % Michigan State W 109-106 (3ot) 11/23 % Connecticut L 63-65 11/30 PORTLAND STATE W 89-80 12/4 Washington L 95-99 12/8 WASHINGTON STATE W 67-53 12/10 $ Oklahoma State W 64-62 12/17 VIRGINIA W 80-69 12/19 ~ EASTERN WASHINGTON W 75-65 12/22 Saint Louis W 60-57 12/27 Memphis L 72-83 12/31 SAINT JOSEPH’S W 102-94 1/7 * Saint Mary’s W 68-60 1/9 * Santa Clara W 81-68 1/14 * PEPPERDINE W 102-73 1/16 * LOYOLA MARYMOUNT W 92-80 1/21 * San Diego W 64-63 1/23 * San Francisco W 84-75 1/28 * PORTLAND W 81-64 2/4 * SANTA CLARA W 85-71 2/6 * SAINT MARY’S W 62-61 2/11 STANFORD W 80-76 2/13 * Portland W 97-83 2/18 * Loyola Marymount W 79-70 2/20 * Pepperdine W 81-71 2/25 * SAN DIEGO W 75-59 2/27 * SAN FRANCISCO W 75-72 3/5 + SAN DIEGO W 96-92 (ot) 3/6 + LOYOLA MARYMOUNT W 68-67 3/16 # Xavier W 79-75 3/18 # Indiana W 90-80 3/23 ^ UCLA L 71-73

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% EA Sports Maui Invitational (Lahaina, Maui) $ Battle in Seattle (Seattle, WA) ~ Played at Spokane Arena (Spokane, WA) * West Coast Conference Game + WCC Tournament (Spokane, WA) # NCAA First/Second Round (Salt Lake City, UT) ^ NCAA Oakland Regional (Oakland, CA)

2006-07 (23-11 / 11-3 (1st) in WCC) Coach Mark Few Date Opponent W/L Score 11/10 EASTERN WASHINGTON W 90-75 11/14 + Rice W 88-50 11/15 + Baylor W 78-69 11/19 TEXAS SAN ANTONIO W 92-48 11/22 ^ North Carolina W 82-74 11/24 ^ Butler L 71-79 11/26 IDAHO W 76-51 11/30 PORTLAND STATE W 69-51 12/2 # Texas W 88-77 12/5 Washington State L 67-77 12/9 WASHINGTON W 97-77 12/16 & Georgia L 83-96 12/21 ! Duke L 54-61 12/30 @ Nevada L 74-82 1/3 Virginia L 87-108 1/6 * LOYOLA MARYMOUNT W 97-62 1/8 * PEPPERDINE W 69-52 1/13 * Santa Clara W 77-69 1/15 * Saint Mary’s L 75-80 /22 * Portland W 80-68 1/27 * SAN FRANCISCO W 72-56 1/29 * SAN DIEGO W 91-82 1/31 Stanford W 90-86 (2ot) 2/3 * Pepperdine W 82-57 2/5 * Loyola Marymount L 61-67 2/10 * SAINT MARY’S W 60-49 2/12 * SANTA CLARA L 73-84 2/17 $ Memphis L 77-78 (ot) 2/19 * PORTLAND W 87-67 2/24 * San Francisco W 86-79 (ot)

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+ Dick’s Sporting Goods NIT West Region (Spokane, WA) ^ Dick’s Sporting Good NIT (New York, NY) # College Basketball Hall of Fame Classic (Phoenix, AZ) & Chick-Fil-A Peach Bowl Classic (Duluth, GA) ! Madison Square Garden (New York, NY) @ Battle in Seattle (Seattle, WA) $ Ronald McDonald House Charities Classic (Spokane, WA) * West Coast Conference Game ? West Coast Conference Tournament (Portland, OR) = NCAA First Round (Sacramento, CA)

2007-08 (25-8 / 13-1 (1st) in WCC) Coach Mark Few Date Opponent W/L Score 11/11 MONTANA W 77-54 11/13 IDAHO W 80-43 11/17 UC RIVERSIDE W 84-48 11/22 + Western Kentucky W 74-71 11/23 + Texas Tech L 63-73 11/24 + Virginia Tech W 82-64 11/29 Saint Joseph’s W 70-65 (ot) 12/1 # Connecticut W 85-82 12/5 WASHINGTON STATE L 47-51 12/8 CAL STATE NORTHRIDGE W 85-59 12/17 NORTHERN COLORADO W 77-57 12/20 &Okalahoma L 68-72 12/29 $ Tennessee L 72-82 12/31 UTAH W 61-59 1/5 % Georgia W 75-67 1/12 * Loyola Marymount W 91-68 1/14 * Pepperdine W 92-57 1/19 * SAN DIEGO W 80-70 1/21 * SAN FRANCISCO W 72-64 1/26 Memphis L 77-81 1/28 * PORTLAND W 79-41 2/2 * Santa Clara W 87-82 (2ot) 2/4 * Saint Mary’s L 85-89 (ot) 2/9 * PEPPERDINE W 101-59 2/11 * LOYOLA MARYMOUNT W 83-50 2/16 * San Francisco W 83-63 2/18 * San Diego W 59-55 2/25 * Portland W 73-51 3/1 * SAINT MARY’S W 88-76 3/3 * SANTA CLARA W 88-54 3/9 ^Santa Clara W 52-48 3/10 ^San Diego L 62-69 3/21 ( Davidson L 76-82 +Great Alaska Shootout (Anchorage, AK) #College Basketball Hall of Fame Classic (Boston, MA) &All-College Challenge (Oklahoma city, OK) $Battle in Seattle (Seattle, WA) *West Coast Conference game ^ West Coast Conference Tournament (San Diego, CA) ( NCAA First Round (Raleigh, NC)

2008-09 (28-6 / 14-0 (1st) in WCC) Coach Mark Few Date Opponent W/L Score 11/15 MONTANA STATE BILLINGS W 83-52 11/18 IDAHO W 80-46 11/27 +Oklahoma State W 83-71 11/28 +Maryland W 81-59 11/30 +Tennessee W 83-74 12/6 #Indiana W 70-54 12/10 Washington State W 74-52 12/14 %Arizona L 64-69 12/18 TEXAS SOUTHERN W 84-82 12/20 ~Connecticut L 83-88 (ot) 12/23 PORTLAND STATE L 70-77 12/31 Utah L 65-66 1/7 Tennessee W 89-79 (ot) 1/10 *PORTLAND W 67-50 1/15 *SANTA CLARA W 95-53 1/17 *SAN FRANCISCO W 85-51

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*Pepperdine *Loyola Marymount *SAINT MARY’S *SAN DIEGO *Portland $Memphis *Saint Mary’s *San Francisco *LOYOLA MARYMOUNT *PEPPERDINE *Santa Clara *San Diego USC UPSTATE ?Santa Clara ?Saint Mary’s ^Akron ^Western Kentucky &North Carolina

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+Old Spice Classic (Lake Buena Vista, FL) #College Basketball Hall of Fame Showcase (Indianapolis, IN) %Duel in the Desert (Phoenix, AZ) ~Battle in Seattle (Seattle, WA) $Ronald McDonald House Charities Classic (Spokane, WA) *West Coast Conference Game ?West Coast Conference Tournament (Las Vegas, NV) ^NCAA First/Second Round (Portland, OR) &NCAA South Regional (Memphis, TN)

2009-10 (27-7 / 12-2 (1st) in WCC) Coach Mark Few Date Opponent W/L Score 11/14 MISSISSIPPI VALLEY STATE W 92-74 11/17 Michigan State L 71-75 11/20 IPFW W 90-55 11/23 + Colorado W 76-72 11/24 + Wisconsin W 74-61 11/25 + Cincinnati W 61-59 (ot) 12/02 WASHINGTON STATE W 74-69 12/05 WAKE FOREST L 75-77 12/09 AUGUSTANA W 79-40 12/12 ~ Davidson W 103-91 12/19 # Duke L 41-76 12/28 EASTERN WASHINGTON W 94-52 12/31 $ Oklahoma W 83-69 1/02 ^ Illinois W 85-83 (ot) 1/09 * Portland W 81-78 1/14 * Saint Mary’s W 89-82 1/16 * San Diego W 68-50 1/21 * PEPPERDINE W 91-84 1/23 * LOYOLA MARYMOUNT W 85-69 1/28 * Santa Clara W 71-64 1/30 * San Francisco L 77-81 (ot) 2/4 * PORTLAND W 76-49 2/6 Memphis W 66-58 2/11 * SAINT MARY’S W 80-61 2/13 * SAN DIEGO W 82-65 2/18 * Loyola Marymount L 66-74 2/10 * Pepperdine W 72-54 2/25 * SANTA CLARA W 88-51 2/27 * SAN FRANCISCO W 75-69 3/2 CSU BAKERSFIELD W 78-59 3/7 ? Loyola Marymount W 77-62 3/8 ? Saint Mary’s L 62-81 3/19 & Florida State W 67-60 3/21 & Syracuse L 65-87 + EA Sports Maui Invitational (Lahaina, Maui) ^ Played at Chicago, IL # Aeropostale Classic (New York, NY) ~ Battle in Seattle (Seattle, WA) $ Ronald McDonald House Charities Classic (Spokane, WA) * West Coast Conference Game ? West Coast Conference Tournament (Las Vegas, NV) & NCAA First and Second Round (Buffalo, NY)

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Dr. Thayne McCulloh president Thayne Martin McCulloh, D.Phil. (Oxon.) is the 26th president of Gonzaga University. He has served Gonzaga in a number of administrative and academic capacities since first beginning work here in August, 1990. President McCulloh holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Gonzaga University and a doctor of philosophy degree in experimental (social) psychology from the University of Oxford where he was a member of Wolfson College. His research and thesis focused on the power that social situations have on the construction of gender stereotypes. Born in Southern California, D. McCulloh finished his secondary schooling in Seattle, where he first learned of Gonzaga from college-bound high school friends. Before pursuing higher education, he served as an enlisted member of the Active Army at Fort Jackson, S.C., Fort Polk, La., and the National Training Center at Fort Irwin, Calif. Though both constructive and life-changing, his military experiences also brought him into contact with extreme poverty, deep-seated racism, and entire communities bereft of hope – leaving an indelible impression upon him regarding many issues of social justice that directly connect with the lack of educational opportunity. President McCulloh has worked continuously at Gonzaga since 1993. As director of housing (1993-95) he collaborated on the design and construction of the Dussault and Burch residence complexes, which were the first new on-campus housing structures built since the 1960s. During this same period, he began teaching undergraduate psychology in an adjunctive capacity. Although he ultimately developed a course in cross-cultural psychology and conducted research projects with students, the foundation general psychology course remains his favorite. As assistant dean of students (1995-96) he was responsible for enforcing on-campus discipline, created the first formal office of disability support services, and worked on the implementation of the first integrated computing information system. In 1996, he was appointed dean of student academic services, which focused on the development of strategies for student retention, creation of the Summer Transitional Education Program (STEP), and the onecredit Pathways program for first-year students. It was in 1997, during his time in academic services, that his department launched the first Fall Family Weekend. In 1998, Dr. McCulloh became dean of student financial services, and worked to create reform in the institution’s financial aid program. In 2002, he was appointed associate academic vice president; principal among re-

sponsibilities was the chairing and development of the institution’s full-scale accreditation self-study report. In 2004, following the retirement of long-time senior administrator Harry H. Sladich, Dr. McCulloh was appointed vice president for administration and planning. This position afforded him opportunities to work closely with colleagues from the physical plant and construction services divisions; information technology services; human resources; equal employment opportunity areas, and the staff assembly leadership. In 2007, Dr. McCulloh was asked to return to the academic vice president’s office, this time as interim vice president; during the ensuing two years, he worked with deans and faculty colleagues to increase faculty resources, strengthen the academic administrative process, and launch the first review of the university’s core curriculum since 1983. Upon the retirement of Fr. Robert J. Spitzer in July 2009, the Gonzaga Board of Trustees elected Dr. McCulloh to serve as interim president. During the interim period, the University continued to see healthy enrollment, increased financial stability, success in its search for the next academic vice president, and continued support from alumni and benefactors. Key to President McCulloh has been a three-part architecture for continued success: Gonzaga as an exemplar of contemporary Jesuit, Catholic higher education in America; educational excellence across the institution’s schools and programs; and long-term institutional viability and sustainability. With this vision and the potential for success in clear view, the Trustees elected Dr. McCulloh Gonzaga’s 16th president on July 16, 2010. President McCulloh is and has been involved in a number of community service activities and professional associations, including the California Student Aid Commission, the Independent Colleges of Washington, the Spokane Human Rights Commission, and the Higher Education Leadership Group of Greater Spokane Incorporated. His is a member of the American Psychological Association, the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators, and the National Association of Independent Colleges and Universities. He has consulted with a number of associations, colleges, and universities in the areas of mentoring and succession planning, enrollment management, and institutional strategic planning. In 2006, Dr. McCulloh was invited to represent Gonzaga at a unique and historic gathering of lay colleagues of the Oregon Province of the Society of Jesus; together they created a document which supported the Society of Jesus in what ultimately became the Decrees of the 35th General Congregation (Rome, 2008). Dr. McCulloh and his spouse Julie (BA ’93; MBA ’97), met at Gonzaga in 1990, were married in 1993 and together began work at Gonzaga that same year. Ms. McCulloh has for the past seven years served as the University’s Dean of Admission. Julie and Thayne have three daughters: Kathryne, Anne and Emily. Avid soccer and basketball fans and participants, the McCulloh family belongs to the Parish of St. Aloysius Gonzaga and is proud to call both Gonzaga and Spokane home.

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Mission Statement of Gonzaga University Gonzaga University belongs to a long and distinguished tradition of humanistic, Catholic, and Jesuit education. We are committed to preserving and developing that tradition and communicating it to our students and alumni. As humanistic, we recognize the essential role of human creativity, intelligence, and initiative in the construction of society and culture. As Catholic, we affirm the heritage which has developed through two thousand years of Christian living, theological reflection, and authentic interpretation. As Jesuit, we are inspired by the vision of Christ at work in the world, transforming it by His love, and calling men and women to work with Him in loving service of the human community.

All these elements of our tradition come together within the sphere of free intellectual inquiry characteristic of a university. At Gonzaga, this inquiry is primarily focused on Western culture, within which our tradition has developed. We also believe that a knowledge of traditions and cultures different from our own draws us closer to the human family of which we are a part and makes us more aware of both the possibilities and limitations of our own heritage. Therefore, in addition to our primary emphasis on Western culture, we seek to provide for our students some opportunity to become familiar with a variety of human cultures. In the light of our own tradition and the variety of human societies, we seek to understand the world we live in. It is a world of great

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technological progress, scientific complexity and competing ideologies. It offers great possibilities for cooperation and interdependence, but at the same time presents us with the fact of widespread poverty, hunger, injustice, and the prospect of degeneration and destruction. We seek to provide for our students some understanding of contemporary civilization; and we invite them to reflect with us on the problems and possibilities of a scientific age, the ideological differences that separate the peoples of the world, and the rights and responsibilities that come from commitment to a free society. In this way we hope to prepare our students for an enlightened dedication to the Christian ideals of justice and peace.

Mike Roth Mike Roth enters his 14th year as Gonzaga University’s athletic director and under his leadership the Bulldogs athletic programs continue to flourish. After taking over as acting athletic director in July, 1997, and being named athletic director in September of 1998, the men’s basketball team has flourished into one of the nation’s elite programs. The Bulldogs have made 12 straight NCAA Tournament appearances dating back to 1999 when they captured the hearts of a nation with their Elite Eight run. Over the 12 years, the Zags have also reached the Sweet Sixteen four times (2000, 2001, 2006, and 2009) and earned a Top 10 final national ranking four times; 2002 - No. 6, 2004 - No. 3, 2005 - No. 10 and 2006 - No. 5. Also during Roth’s tenure the men’s basketball team has won nine West Coast Conference Tournament titles and had five All-America nods. The women’s basketball team has made the post-season in five of the last seven years and 2010 was a magical season for the Bulldog women as they made their maiden voyage into the NCAA Sweet Sixteen. Gonzaga won a sixth straight WCC regular-season title in 2010, and captured their third WCC Tournament title since 2007. Gonzaga made its inaugural NCAA Tournament appearance in 2007, and two years later posted its inaugural NCAA Tournament victory. The Zags have also appeared in three WNIT Tournament (2004, 2005, 2008). The men’s soccer team was the WCC CoChampions in 2000, earned its first NCAA Tournament at-large bid in 2001 and again in 2007. The women’s soccer squad made its inaugural appearance in the NCAA Tournament in 2005 after earning its first national ranking that season. The Bulldogs were ranked 19th in Soccer America and 22nd in Soccer Buzz. The women’s rowing team has become a powerhouse, winning 12 of 14 WCC Championships, including nine-straight from 1997-2005. Baseball also made a splash in the national scene, making its first NCAA appearance in 28 years after winning its inaugural WCC conference series title in 2009. The Zags closed out the season ranked 22nd by Baseball America. The Gonzaga athletic program also has had extreme success in the classroom during Roth’s tenure. The Bulldogs have averaged a 3.0 GPA or higher in 24-straight semesters dating to the fall of 1998. Gonzaga had eight teams earn NCAA Public Recognition Awards as the NCAA recognized more than 800 Division I sports teams in May, 2010, for exceptional work in the classroom as part of the NCAA’s Academic Performance Program (APR). Five Gonzaga sports achieved a perfect score of 1,000 for the 4-year reporting period, and eight sports received perfect scores for the 2008-09 reporting period. During his tenure, 1,262 student-athletes have been named to the President’s List (3.7 GPA or higher), while 1,032 student-athletes have been named to the Dean’s List (3.5-3.69 GPA). In addition, more than 200 student-athletes have earned WCC All-Academic recognition. The Bulldogs are also first in total number of student-athletes named to the WCC Commissioner’s Honor Roll since its inception in 2004. On the national scale, 10 studentathletes have garnered ESPN Academic All-America accolades, including threetime honoree George Josten (2005, 2006, 2007 - men’s soccer), and twotime honorees Blake Stepp (2003, 2004 - men’s basketball) and Jared Hertz (2000, 2001 - baseball). Roth has overseen the upgrades of multiple facilities

during his tenure. In 2003, Gonzaga added the Kermit Rudolf Fitness Center for Gonzaga students, faculty and staff. The state-of-the-art fitness center includes two levels, housing fitness and strength training zones. In 2004, GU opened the McCarthey Athletic Center, a 6,000 seat basketball arena which is now the home for both the Bulldog men’s and women’s basketball squads. The men’s team continues to play before sellout crowds while the women’s attendance leads the West Coast Conference. In 2005, Gonzaga opened the Harry A. Green Indoor Rowing Facility giving GU one of the most progressive indoor training facilities on the West Coast. The 5,225-square foot facility houses more than fifty rowing machines and three high-definition plasma televisions that are integrated into a computerized rowing program that allows student-athletes to compete with each other as a team. In 2007, Roth and Gonzaga added Patterson Baseball Complex and Washington Trust Field. The home to Bulldog baseball is an advanced lighted facility that incorporates an old-time baseball feel. The new stadium includes 1,300 theater-style seats and classic brick detailing. Finally, in the summer of 2008, Roth and Gonzaga added the Gonzaga Soccer Field, the Diedrick/DeLong Athletic Training Center and a new Academic Lab. Up next for Roth and Gonzaga is completion of the next phases of the Gonzaga Soccer Field, a new indoor tennis/golf facility and a new Hall of Fame Building which will also house academic support services. Roth’s ties to Gonzaga extend far beyond his time as Athletic Director. He was an assistant men’s basketball coach under Jay Hillock in 1982-83, then returned in September, 1986, as a physical education instructor. In January, 1987, he joined the athletic department as assistant athletic director/Martin Centre Director. In that span his responsibilities expanded to include direct administration for 10 of Gonzaga’s 14 sports programs. In 1991 he was designated the university’s compliance officer to the NCAA, overseeing all matters pertaining to student-athletic eligibility at the institutional and NCAA level. Roth was recognized as the West Athletic Director Mike Roth Region recipient of the 2009 Under Amour receiving the Under Armour AD of the Year Award (ADOY) presented AD of the Year Award in Orlando, Fla., in June, 2009. by the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA) and is a past member of the Board of Directors for the Greater Spokane Sports Association (GSSA), worked the 1990 Goodwill Games as the weightlifting coordinator and was Sports Director for the 1989 Washington State Centennial Games. He chaired the GSSA/ Sportswriters and Broadcasters Sports Awards Banquet, and was banquet co-chair for two years. A native of Moses Lake, Wash., Roth played basketball at Big Bend Community College, and finished his collegiate career at Willamette University where he graduated with a B.S. in sociology in 1979. He received his master’s in athletic administration and physical education from Gonzaga in 1983. His coaching career also included stints as an assistant men’s basketball coach at Big Bend CC and Spokane CC. He was inducted into the Northwest Athletic Association of Community Colleges (NWAACC) Athletic Hall of Fame in 1997. Roth and his wife Linda have two sons, Brad (1989), a current Gonzaga student, and Matt (1991), a current basketball player at Whitworth College.

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Ken Anderson Faculty Representative

Ken Anderson begins his 14th year as the NCAA Faculty Athletics

Chris Standiford Senior Associate Athletic Director

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Chris Standiford enters his 19th year in the Gonzaga University athletic department. Standiford earned his Bachelor of Arts in History in 1991 and Master’s in

Shannon Strahl Associate Athletic Director/Compliance

Representative for Gonzaga University, appointed by thenpresident Fr. Edward Glynn, S.J. in the spring of 1997. Anderson works as a liaison between the university administration and the athletic department in keeping abreast of legislation regarding compliance, academics and student-athlete welfare as it pertains to the NCAA and WCC. He was also elected president of the WCC in June, 2001, and served in that role for nine years. The native of San Pedro, Calif., is no stranger to Bulldog athletics. A two-year Bulldog basketball letterwinner (1980-81), he

served as the volunteer assistant men’s basketball coach for the 1991-92 season and has chaired the University Athletic Council since 1998. He remains very active in maintaining communication with men’s basketball alumni. A 1981 graduate from Gonzaga with a Bachelor of Business Administration, Anderson remained at GU to complete his Master’s in Business Administration in 1982. He pursued his doctoral studies at the University of Nebraska, receiving his Ph.D. in 1988. Anderson returned to his alma mater in 1986 as an Assistant Professor of Management in the

School of Business Administration, was promoted to Associate Professor in 1991 and to Professor in September 2000. In June, 2009, he became Associate Dean for the School of Business. He has authored many articles for various professional publications, has made numerous paper presentations and been an integral part of instructional and new course development. Anderson and his wife Sue have two children, K.C. (1986), a 2009 Gonzaga alum, and Molly (1990), a current member of the GU women’s basketball team.

Athletic Administration in 1993 from Gonzaga. He was hired as the Assistant Martin Centre Director in January of 1993 and helped oversee facilities and game management for all events involving athletic department facilities. Standiford was promoted to Assistant Athletic Director in 1997 and Associate Athletic Director in July, 2002. In September of 2006 he was promoted to Senior Associate Athletic Director. An athletic department re-organization in 2010 shifted Standiford’s responsibilities. He oversees the Associate Athletic Directors for Major Gifts, Athletic Communications and Senior Woman Administrator. He supervises the areas of finance, facilities, tickets and IMG College, Gonzaga’s multi-media rights holder.

Standiford has sport responsibilities for baseball; men’s and women’s golf, and men’s and women’s rowing. During his time at Gonzaga, Standiford has served as the athletic department liaison during the construction of several new facilities. He developed and spearheaded the concept for the Rudolf Fitness Center which was dedicated in 2003. The former fieldhouse was incorporated into the fitness center to provide an indoor running track, three basketball/volleyball courts, four racquetball courts and two aerobic rooms. He was also actively involved in the recent McCarthey Athletic Center; Patterson Baseball Complex and Washington Trust Field, Gonzaga Soccer Field, Harry A. Green Indoor Rowing

Facility and the 5,000-square foot Diedrick/Delong Athletic Training Center projects which have upgraded Gonzaga’s facilities to among the best on the West Coast if not in the nation. In 2006, Standiford was selected to a 3-year term on the seven-member NCAA Division I Rowing Committee as the West representative. Among his duties were to chair the regional advisory committee to rank the top teams in the West Region; to participate in the national committee and national NCAA Women’s Rowing Championship selection process, and attend the NCAA Women’s Rowing Championship. His term expired in September, 2009. Standiford and his wife Julie, have three children – son Thomas (1999) and daughters Camryn (2001) and Allyson (2005).

Shannon Strahl enters her 11th year in the Gonzaga University athletic department. She joined the staff in 1999 as a graduate assistant in the compliance office. In May, 2000, she became the Compliance and Academics Coordinator on a full-time basis. In July, 2003, she was promoted to an Assistant Athletic Director for Compliance and Academics and was promoted again in 2006 to an Associate Athletic Director. She received her Bachelor of Business Administration from Gonzaga in 1999 and her Master of Business Administration in 2002.

Having played four seasons on the women’s soccer team, Strahl understands the balance between academics and athletics. She was a two-time WCC All-Academic selection and two-time All-WCC honorable mention pick. Following her senior season, Strahl was selected as the Bulldog Club Senior Female Athlete of the Year. In her current role, Strahl oversees the areas of compliance and academics to ensure that student-athletes, coaches, athletic department staff, and boosters meet institutional, West Coast Conference and NCAA standards.

She also works closely with athletic department personnel in the development of the department’s strategic plan. In addition, Strahl has sport responsibility for men’s and women’s soccer. The former Shannon Stanford and her husband Bobby are proud parents of two sons; Bo (2005) and Brady (2007).

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Heather Gores

Senior Woman Administrator/Associate Athletic Director

Steve Hertz

Associate Athletic Director/Major Gifts

Dennis Kalina

Associate Athletic Director External Operations

Heather Gores begins her 16th year at Gonzaga University and her 10th year in athletic administration. In May of 2000 Gores was promoted to Senior Woman Administrator after serving the previous six years as an assistant coach with the women’s basketball program. In September of 2006 Gores was promoted to Associate Athletic Director/SWA. Among her responsibilities are overseeing sports medicine, supervising Gonzaga’s NCAA certification process and acting as the liaison with coaches and the university in overseeing summer camps. In addition, Gores has sport responsibility for volleyball; men’s and women’s cross country

and track, and men’s and women’s tennis. Prior to joining the Gonzaga family in 1994, Gores worked for two years as an assistant coach at Washington State University where she was a four-year letterwinner for the Cougars basketball squad. During her playing career in Pullman, Gores scored 981 points to then-rank seventh in the WSU record books. She finished her career as WSU’s career leader in three-point shots made with 133 and set a single-season record with 61 treys as a senior. In addition to her responsibilities at Gonzaga, Gores was selected to the NCAA Division I Championship Competition Cabi-

net, representing the West Coast Conference in September of 2006. On Sept. 20, 2007, Gores was selected to the prestigious NCAA Division I Women’s Basketball Committee. A Native of Arroyo Grande, Calif., Gores received her Bachelor of Science in Physical Education and Health from Washington State University in 1993 and earned her Master of Arts in Organizational Leadership from Gonzaga in 2003. The former Heather Norman and her husband Greg have two children - daughter Kaitlin (2001) and son Garrett (2003).

Steve Hertz is the dean of the Gonzaga University athletic department, entering his 35th year affiliated with Bulldog athletics as a student-athlete, coach and administrator. Hertz spent 24 of his 26 years as a head baseball coach at Gonzaga, compiling a 637-627-6 record. He also coached two seasons at UC-Irvine. His 26-year record was 696-689-6. His 1978 and 1981 Gonzaga teams advanced to the NCAA Regional. Hertz began his association with Gonzaga as a player for the 1970-72 seasons, graduating with a Bachelor of Arts in History in 1972. After three seasons in professional baseball, he coached two seasons at Cal

Prep High in Los Angeles prior to returning to Gonzaga as an assistant coach in 1976. He became head coach of the Bulldogs in 1978, coached at UC-Irvine from 1979-80 and returned to Gonzaga for good for the 1981 season. In the summer of 2003 Hertz relinquished his coaching duties to assume the position of Director of Athletic Relations, working with athletic alumni to re-connect them to campus as well as working on major fundraising projects such as the McCarthey Athletic Center, Patterson Baseball Complex and Washington Trust Field and the Gonzaga Soccer Field. In 2010 Hertz was promoted to Associate Athletic Director for

Major Gifts where he oversees Gonzaga’s major athletic fundraising endeavors. Current capital improvement fundraising projects include the next phases of the Gonzaga Soccer Field, an indoor tennis/golf facility and a Gonzaga Athletic Hall of Fame building which will also house academic support services. He is also spearheading a major endowment initiative. Hertz and his wife Vicki have five daughters – Sarah, Christine, Heather, Gretchen and Jessica – who are all Gonzaga alumni, and son Stephen, a current Gonzaga student.

Dennis Kalina enters his fifth year in the Gonzaga University athletic department as the Associate Athletic Director for External Operations. Among his duties he oversees all athletic communications, Bulldog Club membership as well as special development projects and events for the athletic department. Kalina previously worked for eight years at Bradley University as the Associate Athletic Director of External Affairs. Prior to working with the Braves, he also spent two years as the Assistant Athletic

Director for Marketing at Northwestern State University. In addition to his responsibilities for the Zags, Kalina just finished his term as the president of the National Association of Collegiate Marketing Administrators (NACMA) in the summer of 2009. He is also an active member of the College Sports Information Directors of American (CoSIDA). A native of Portage, Ind., Kalina received both his Bachelor of Arts in Sports Marketing/ Management (1995) and Master of Arts in Athletic Administration (1996) from Indiana University,

where he helped to market the Hoosier football, men’s soccer and women’s basketball teams for three years. Prior to working within the IU Athletic Department, he was also a 400-meter hurdler for two seasons on the Hoosiers’ track team. Kalina is married to the former Dina Nightenhelser. They are the proud parents of daughter Addison Shelby (2005) and son Canyon Marek (2008).

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Matt Beckman

Director of Marketing

Kerri Conger

Assistant Director Rudolf Fitness Center

Dan Gilbert

Assistant Director of Athletic Facilities

Kris Kassel

General Manager/IMG

Jen Nyland

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Leanne Stockton

Assistant Athletic Trainer

Gillian Brooksmiller Davis Program Assistant/ Annual Giving

Josh Cox

Megan Brown

Graduate Intern/Facilities

Vicki Craigen

Ticket Manger/ Travel Coordinator

Technology Specialist

Eric Gunning

Jose Hernandez

Assistant Athletic Trainer

Rob Kavon

Director of Athletic Facilities

Rian Oliver

Basketball Academic Coordinator

Devon Thomas

Director of Annual Giving

Director Rudolf Fitness Center

Steve Klein

IMG / Account Executive

Regina Paolucci

Paul Brown

Director of Major Gifts

Abbie Davis

David Fague

Sheri Fitzthum

Pep Band Director

Jared Hertz

Erik Hildebrand

Whitney Hughes

Assistant Athletic Director/ Business Operations

Katie Love

Graduate Intern/ Athletic Academic Services

Shelly Radtke

Vicki Tiffany

Louise Torgerson Champs Life Skills Coordinator

Compliance Officer

Andy Main

Assistant Director Rudolf Fitness Center

Mike Roden

Director of Academic Support Services

Catherine Walker

Assistant Athletic Director Compliance

Gayle Clayton

Administrative Assistant/ Office Manager

Director of Athletic Training

Associate Director Rudolf Fitness Center

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Steve DeLong

Peter Clark

Assistant Athletic Trainer

Administrative Assistant/ Major Gifts

Director of Capital Support

Cheerleading Coach

Tommy Brown

Athletic Turf Manager

Graduate Intern/Marketing

David Martin

Assistant Director Rudolf Fitness Center

Jennifer Smelko

Communications Specialist

Jana Young

Administrative Secretary

Staff Accountant

Chris Johnson

Director of Ticket Operations and Travel

Joel Morgan

Assistant Athletic Director/ Facilities

Sonja Steele

Administrative Assistant/ Basketball

Gonzaga Coaches Head Coaches

Amy Edwards Women’s Soccer

Men’s Basketball

Mark Few

Melissa Flint Women’s Rowing

Women’s Volleyball

Director of Rowing/Men’s Rowing

D.J. Gurule

Peter MacDonald

Mark Machtolf

Brad Rickel

Einar Thorarinsson

Steve Bennett

Jodie Kaczor Berry

Women’s Tennis

Men’s Tennis

Baseball

Dave Gantt

Women’s Golf

Dan Gehn

Men’s Soccer

Kelly Graves

Women’s Basketball

Robert Gray Men’s Golf

Pat Tyson

Cross Country/Track and Field

Assistant Coaches

Abby Bennett

Danny Evans

Lisa Mispley Fortier

Tommy Lloyd

Sarah Michelson

Assistant Women’s Volleyball

Associate Head Baseball

Assistant Men’s Basketball

Assistant Women’s Basketball

Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach

Assistant Baseball

Ray Giacoletti

Assistant Women’s Basketball

Courtney Haase

Assistant Men’s Basketball

Assistant Women’s Rowing

Mike Nilson

Derek Pittman

Strength and Conditioning Coach

Associate Head Women’s Soccer

Drew Cowens

Assistant Women’s Rowing

Vito Higgins

Donny Daniels

Assistant Men’s Basketball

Travis Knight

Assistant Men’s Soccer

Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach

Shea Swoboda

Mike Thompson

Assistant Women’s Soccer

Assistant Men’s Soccer

Michelle Elliott Assistant Women’s Basketball

Jerry Krause

Director of Men’s Basketball Operations

Mark Voorhees

Assistant Men’s Rowing

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Staff Directory All area codes are 509 Email address for all employees <last name>@athletics.gonzaga.edu unless noted. Main Office Fax Sports Information Fax Basketball Fax Ticket Office Phone Athletic Administration Mike Roth - Athletic Director Ken Anderson - Faculty Representative Email: anderson@jepson.gonzaga.edu Chris Standiford - Senior Associate AD Heather Gores - Associate AD/SWA Steve Hertz - Associate AD/Major Gifts Dennis Kalina - Associate AD/External Operations Shannon Strahl - Associate AD/Compliance Jared Hertz - Assistant AD/Business Joel Morgan - Assistant AD/Facilities Oliver Pierce - Assistant AD/SID Catherine Walker - Assistant AD/Compiance Gayle Clayton - Office Manager Jana Young - Administrative Secretary

313.3519 313.3418 313.4210 313.3599 313.4226 313.4211 313.5700 313.4203 313.3963 313.6373 313.4281 313.4204 313.3981

Academics & Compliance Shannon Strahl - Associate AD/Compliance Catherine Walker - Assistant AD/Compiance Mike Roden - Academic Coordinator Rian Oliver - Basketball Academic Coordinator Erik Hildebrand - Compliance Officer Louise Torgerson - CHAMPS Life Skills Coordinator Katie Love - Graduate Intern/Athletic Academic Services

313.5700 313.4281 313.5527 313.3942 313.4043 313.4282 313.3674

Athletic Communications and Annual Giving Dennis Kalina - Associate AD/External Operations Oliver Pierce - Assistant AD/Sports Information Director Liz Smith - Assistant Sports Information Director Matt Beckman - Director of Marketing Devon Thomas - Director of Annual Giving Jennifer Smelko - Communications Specialist Gillian Brooksmiller Davis - Program Assistant Ricky Hoskin - Graduate Intern/Sports Information Whitney Hughes - Graduate Intern/Marketing

313.4211 313.6373 313.4288 313.6818 313.5721 313.3966 313.3964 313.4227 313.4073

Computer Services Vicki Craigen - Technology Specialist Corporate Sponsorships-IMG Kris Kassel - General Manager Steve Klein - Account Executive Tom Hudson - Voice of the Zags Facilities Joel Morgan - Assistant AD/Facilities Rob Kavon - Director of Athletic Facilities Dan Gilbert - Assistant Director of Athletic Facilities Tommy Brown - Turf Manager Email: brownt@athletics.gonzaga.edu Megan Brown - Graduate Intern/Facilities Email: brownm4@athletics.gonzaga.edu

Gonzaga

313.5787 313.5730 313.3958 313.6000

Tickets & Business Office Jared Hertz - Assistant Athletic Director/Business 313.4203 Email: hertzj@athletics.gonzaga.edu Sheri Fitzthum - Staff Accountant 313.3675 Chris Johnson - Director of Ticket Operations and Travel 313.4046 Josh Cox - Ticket Manager/Travel Coordinator 313.3938 GONZAGA BOX OFFICE 313.6000 TicketsWest 1.800.325.SEAT (325.7328) TicketsWest Website www.ticketswest.com Sodexo Sports & Leasure Jennifer Messenger - Concessions Manager Email: jennifer.messenger@sodexo.com Michael Schroeder - Catering Manager Email: michael.schroeder@sodexo.com Baseball Mark Machtolf - Head Coach Danny Evans - Associate Head Coach Steve Bennett - Assistant Coach Men’s Basketball Mark Few - Head Coach Donny Daniels - Assistant Coach Ray Giacoletti - Assistant Coach Tommy Lloyd - Assistant Coach Jerry Krause - Director of Basketball Operations Email: krausej@athletics.gonzaga.edu Rian Oliver - Basketball Academic Coordinator Sonja Steele - Administrative Assistant

313.6956 313.6978

313.4209 313.4078 313.3597 313.4201 313.6377 313.6374 313.4215 313.5531 313.3942 313.4201

Women’s Basketball Kelly Graves - Head Coach Jodie Kaczor Berry - Assistant Coach Lisa Mispley Fortier - Assistant Coach Michelle Elliott - Assistant Coach Molly Hays - Director of Basketball Operations Rian Oliver - Basketball Academic Coordinator Sonja Steele - Administrative Assistant

313.4217 313.4240 313.3496 313.4219 313.4219 313.3942 313.4201

Cross Country/Track (Men and Women) Pat Tyson - Head Coach

313.5782

Men’s Golf Robert Gray - Head Coach

313.4081

313.3841

Women’s Golf Brad Rickel - Head Coach

313.3672

313.5729 313.5728 313.5729

Men’s Rowing Dan Gehn - Director of Rowing/Head Coach Mark Voorhees - Assistant Coach

313.4228 313.4045

Women’s Rowing Melissa Flint - Head Coach Courtney Haase - Assistant Coach Drew Cowens - Assistant Coach

313.4032 313.4044 313.4221

Men’s Soccer Einar Thorarinsson - Head Coach Mike Thompson - Assistant Coach Email: thompsonm3@athletics.gonzaga.edu Vito Higgins - Assistant Coach

313.4076 313.4080

Women’s Soccer Amy Edwards - Head Coach Derek Pittman - Associate Head Coach Shea Swoboda - Assistant Coach

313.4222 313.4042 313.4283

Men’s Tennis Peter MacDonald - Head Coach

313.4206

Women’s Tennis D.J. Gurule - Head Coach

313.4074

Volleyball David Gantt - Head Coach Allen Allen - Assistant Coach Abby Bennett - Assistant Coach Email: cullen@athletics.gonzaga.edu

313.6376 313.4041 313.5837

Cheerleading Vicki Tiffany - Head Coach

944.0862

313.3963 313.4213 313.4256 313.5528 313.3932

Kermit R. Rudolf Fitness Center Jose Hernandez - Director Shelly Radtke - Associate Director Kerri Conger - Assistant Director David Martin - Assistant Director Andy Main - Assistant Director

313.3976 313.3977 313.3978 313.3980 313.4252

Major Gifts Steve Hertz - Associate AD/Major Gifts Paul Brown - Director of Major Gifts Regina Paolucci - Director of Capital Support Abbie Davis - Administrative Assistant/Development

313.4226 313.4084 313.5734 313.5530

Sports Medicine Steve DeLong - Director of Athletic Training Peter Clark - Assistant Athletic Trainer Eric Gunning - Assistant Athletic Trainer Jennifer Nyland - Assistant Athletic Trainer Leanne Stockton - Assistant Athletic Trainer

313.4205 313.5591 313.5785 313.5786 313.4075

Strength and Conditioning Mike Nilson - Strength and Conditioning Coach Travis Knight - Strength and Conditioning Coach Sarah Michaelson - Strength and Conditioning Coach

313.4099 313.4099 313.4099

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313.4297

Mailing Address: Gonzaga University Athletics 502 E. Boone, Spokane, WA 99258-0066 Official Gonzaga Athletics Website: www.gozags.com

Media Information Assistant AD/Sports Information Director Oliver Pierce is in his 22nd year as Assistant Athletic Director/Sports Information Director for Gonzaga University. Pierce joined the Bulldogs in 1989 and is responsible for the overall operations of the sports information office, including Gonzaga’s combined 22 post-season appearances involving the sports of men’s basketball, women’s basketball, volleyball, men’s soccer and baseball. During his Gonzaga tenure he has toured the Soviet Union’s Georgia Republic with the Bulldog baseball team on a 10-day goodwill trip in 1989; served as media relations director for the 1989-91 Pacific-10 Conference North Baseball Tournament; directed media relations efforts for the 1992 USA Women’s Olympic Basketball Team during its one-week training session held at Gonzaga, and was editor of the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association monthly newsletter from 1991-94. A native of Spokane where he was a 1971 graduate of Lewis and Clark High, he also served as the assistant SID at his alma mater of Washington State University from 1977-85. While at WSU he assisted with the 1982 and 1984 NCAA First and Second Round Men’s Basketball Tournament hosted by the Cougars and was the SID for the Pacific-10 Conference North All-Star baseball team that participated in the Honkbal (Baseball) Tournament in Haarlem, The Netherlands, in the summer of 1984. Pierce is a member of the College Sports Information Director’s of America, the United States Basketball Writer’s Association and a previous member of the National Collegiate Baseball Writer’s Association. He is also active with American Legion Baseball. He served on the Awards Committee for the West Coast Conference and is a former chairman of the WCC Sports Information Directors. He married Maribeth Frazier in May 2001.

Liz Smith

Assistant Sports Information Director Liz Smith is in her fourth year as the Assistant Sports Information Director at Gonzaga University. She is the primary contact for women’s basketball, men’s and women’s crew and volleyball in addition to producing all of the department’s media guides and game programs. A 2001 graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Parkside, Smith had previously worked as an assistant sports information director at Longwood University (Va.), a graduate assistant at Robert Morris University (Pa.) and an intern at the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (Pa.) prior to coming to Gonzaga. She received a master’s of science degree in sport management from Robert Morris in 2004. While attending Wisconsin-Parkside, Smith was a four-year member of the women’s soccer team.

Ricky Hoskin

Graduate Intern/Sports Information Ricky Hoskin enters his first year as the sports information graduate intern at Gonzaga University in 2010-11. Hoskin serves as the primary contact for baseball, women’s soccer and men’s and women’s tennis. A 2009 graduate of the University of Nevada, Hoskin worked in the media services office as a student intern for two years. While at Nevada he assisted the media services staff with the 2009 Western Athletic Conference Basketball Tournament in Reno. Prior to joining Gonzaga, Hoskin served as an intern at Union College (N.Y.). During his tenure at Union he

served as the primary contact for the NCAA Division I women’s ice hockey team and assisted the men’s team on game days. Hoskin began his sports business career with Major League Soccer’s San Jose Clash (now Earthquakes) in 1998. In two stints with the franchise he served as a stadium operator for eight years and a communications intern for one.

Gonzaga University Sports Information 502 E. Boone Spokane, WA 99258-0066 Oliver Pierce Sports Information Director 509.313.6373 - work 509.891.7819 - home 509.280.8421 - cell pierce@athletics.gonzaga.edu Liz Smith Assistant Sports Information Director 509.313.4288 - work 509.435.8660 - cell smith@athletics.gonzaga.edu Ricky Hoskin Graduate Intern 509.313.4227 - work 509.720.1331 - cell hoskin@athletics.gonzaga.edu SID fax: 509.313.5730 Bulldogs on the Web: www.gozags.com

Newspapers/Wire Service Newspaper Address Phone Sports Editor

Spokesman-Review 999 W Riverside Spokane, WA 99210 509.459.5500 Joe Palmquist

Wire Services Address Phone Sports Editor

Associated Press 999 W Riverside Spokane, WA 99210 509.624.1258 Nick Geranios

Television Stations Affiliate Address Sports Reporter Sports Reporter Sports Reporter phone 509.448.4659

KHQ-TV (Channel 6/NBC) 1201 W Sprague Spokane, WA 99201-4102 Sam Adams sam.adams@khq.com Michelle Dapper michelle.dapper@khq.com John Fritz john.fritz@khq.com fax 509.448.6397

Affiliate Address Sports Director Assistant phone 509.838.7371

KREM-TV (Channel 2/CBS) 4103 S Regal Spokane, WA 99223 Tim Lewis tlewis@krem.com Chris Bach cbach@krem.com fax 509.448.6397

Affiliate Address Sports Director Reporter phone 509.324-4040

KXLY-TV (Channel 4/ABC) 500 W Boone Spokane, WA 99201 Derek Deis derekd@kxly.com Ben Kaplan benk@kxly.com fax 509.327.3932

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2010-11 Photo Roster

Robert Sacre C / 7-0 / 260 / JR North Vancouver, B.C.

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Kelly Olynyk F-G / 7-0 / 238 / SO Kamloops, B.C.

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Keegan Hyland F / 6-4 / 192 / FR Portland, ME

Marquise Carter G / 6-4 / 178 / JR TR San Diego, CA

Demetri Goodson G / 6-0 / 175 / JR Spring, TX

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Elias Harris F / 6-7 / 245 / SO Speyer, Germany

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Sam Dower C-F / 6-9 / 248 / FR Brooklyn Park, MN

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Steven Gray G / 6-5 / 205 / SR Irondale, WA

Jerry Krause Director of Operations 17th Year

Jennifer Nyland Athletic Trainer 12th Year

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Mark Few Head Coach 12th Year

Tommy Lloyd Assistant Coach 10th Year

Ray Giacoletti Assistant Coach 4th Year

Mathis Keita G / 6-5 / 190 / FR Thionville, France

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David Stockton G / 5-11/ 152 / FR RS Spokane,WA

Mathis Mönninghoff F / 6-7 / 189 / FR Ibbenbüren, Germany

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Mangisto Arop F / 6-6 / 208 / SO Edmonton, Alberta

Donny Daniels Assistant Coach 1st Year

Michael Hart G / 6-6 / 206 / SO Portland, OR

Ronny Turiaf 2005 2nd Round Pick Los Angeles Lakers

mark

few

head coach 10 John R Wooden Candidates 10 All-Americans 11 NCAA Tournaments in 11 Years No. 2 National Ranking in 2004 No. 5 National Ranking in 2006 No. 6 National Ranking in 2002 No. 10 National Ranking in 2005 No. 10 National Ranking in 2009 Mark and Marcy Few Recipients of 2008 World Sports Humanitarian Hall of Fame Nell and John Wooden Coaching Achievement Award

Adam Morrison

Austin Day

2006 1st Round Pick 3rd Overall Pick Charlotte Bobcats 2009-10 World Champion Los Angeles Lakers

John stockton

2009 1st Round Pick 15th Overall Pick Detroit Pistons

and the

Utah Jazz NBA Career Leaderin Assists and Steals 2009 Basketball Hall of Fame 2009 U.S. Olympic Hall of Fame

Richie Frahm, Ronny Turiaf and Dan Dickau

(l-r) were all part of the Los Angeles basketball scene in 2008. Turiaf and the Lakers advanced to the NBA Finals. Turiaf signed with the Golden State Warriors prior to the 2009 season and now plays for the New York Knicks.

blake stepp

2005 2nd Round Pick Minnesota Timberwolves

Robert

Kelly

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Sacre

Mangisto

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sophomore

demetri

goodson

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2010 –11 DATE OPPONENT TIME Nov. 5 SOUTHERN OREGON 6 pm (exhibition) Nov. 12 SOUTHERN 6 pm Nov. 14 IUPUI ^ 1 pm Nov. 16 SAN DIEGO STATE ^ 8 pm Nov. 22 Kansas State % 6:30 pm Nov. 23 Duke/Marquette % 4:45 pm or 7 pm Nov. 30 EASTERN WASHINGTON 6 pm Dec. 4 Illinois # 2:15 pm Dec. 8 Washington State 8 pm Dec. 11 Notre Dame 5:30 pm Dec. 16 LEWIS-CLARK STATE 6 pm Dec. 18 Baylor ! 1:30 pm Dec. 22 XAVIER 8 pm Dec. 29 LAFAYETTE 5:30 pm Dec. 31 OKLAHOMA STATE 7 pm Jan. 2 Wake Forest 10 am Jan. 8 PORTLAND * 5:30 pm Jan. 13 PEPPERDINE * 6 pm Jan. 15 LOYOLA MARYMOUNT * 5 pm Jan. 20 Santa Clara * 6 pm

men’s Basketball schedule TV KHQ/FSN KHQ/FSN KHQ/FSN ESPN2 ESPN2 ESPNU or ESPN2 KHQ/FSN ESPN FSN ESPN2 KHQ/FSN ESPN2 ESPN2 KHQ/ Seattle TBA ESPN2 FSN KAYU/FSN KHQ/ Seattle TBA KHQ/FSN ESPNU

DATE OPPONENT TIME Jan. 22 San Francisco * 5:30 pm Jan. 27 SAINT MARY’S * 8 pm Jan. 29 SAN DIEGO * 5 pm Feb. 3 Portland * 8 pm Feb. 5 MEMPHIS † 1 pm (Spokane Arena) Feb. 10 Loyola Marymount * 8 pm Feb. 12 Pepperdine * TBA Feb. 17 SANTA CLARA * 6 pm Feb. 19 SAN FRANCISCO * 5 pm Feb. 24 Saint Mary’s * 8 pm Feb. 26 San Diego * 6 pm Feb. 28 CAL STATE-BAKERSFIELD 6 pm Mar. 4–7 WCC Championship § TBA

TV KHQ/FSN ESPN2 KHQ/FSN ESPN2 ESPN or ESPN2 ESPN2 KHQ/ Seattle TBA KHQ/ Seattle TBA KHQ/FSN ESPN2 KHQ/FSN KHQ/FSN ESPN2/ESPN

 O’Reilly Auto Parts CBE Classic Regional % O’Reilly Auto Parts ^ CBE Classic Championship - Kansas City, MO # Battle in Seattle ! The Showcase - Dallas, TX * West Coast Conference Game † Ronald McDonald House Charities Classic - Spokane Arena § Zappos.com WCC Basketball Championships - Las Vegas, NV Home games, featured in ALL CAPS, at McCarthey Athletic Center. All times Pacific Time Zone. Dates and times subject to change. A ll games broadcast on KGA 1510 AM, KEYF 101.1 FM and 1490 KTEL in Walla Walla. For current TV and radio broadcast schedules check www.gozags.com.

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GU 2010-11 men's basketball media guide