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Gonzaga University Athletic Department

ANNUAL REPORT 2010–11


Director of Athletics Message Athletic Department Core Objectives Legacy of Love Going the Distance In Her Own Words Women’s Basketball Men’s Basketball Sport Wrap-Ups Athletic Achievements Academic Excellence Life Skills Academic Progress Rate Compliance Finances Media Exposure Facilities & Major Gifts Marketing & Tickets Bulldog Club Donor Honor Roll Staff & Coach Directory

TABLE OF CONTENTS

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DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS MESSAGE

Dear Zags, The 2010–11 academic and athletic year is behind us, and what a year it was. We strive on a daily basis to be successful and positively represent Gonzaga University in

Year, Co-Freshman of the Year and was named to the All-WCC and All-WCC Freshman teams. Senior relief pitcher Cody Martin joined Gonzales on the All-WCC team before being voted to the Baseball America All-America First Team, only the third Bulldog in program history to earn

the classroom, on the field of competition and in the community. Once again I think our record

the accolade. Junior starting pitcher Ryan Carpenter was named WCC Pitcher of the Year and

speaks for itself in all three areas.

to the All-WCC team.

Women’s basketball stole the limelight this past year with its remarkable run to the NCAA

In the classroom Gonzaga had three teams receive Public Recognition Awards as part of

Elite Eight that took place right in our backyard. Through the efforts of many people, we hosted

the NCAA Academic Progress Rate (APR)—men’s basketball, men’s soccer and women’s golf.

the NCAA First and Second Rounds in the McCarthey Athletic Center and after two victories

Women’s golf has received a Public Recognition Award all six years of the program, one of 260

here had a short trip to the Spokane Arena for the Regionals where we played before two

teams across all sports to be so honored. All Gonzaga teams easily surpassed the APR target

more packed houses. Behind All-American Courtney Vandersloot and West Coast Conference

minimum of 925 and Gonzaga’s current group of head coaches has a combined for 40 single-

Coach of the Year Kelly Graves, the 11th-seeded Bulldogs became the lowest seed in NCAA

year APR scores of 1,000 since the start of the data compilation for the 2003–04 academic year.

Tournament history to reach a regional final, the Bulldogs falling to Stanford to end a 31-5

Individually, baseball redshirt senior Cameron Edman was a Capital One Baseball

season, the most wins in Gonzaga basketball history. You can read more about Courtney and

All-Academic third-team selection after being a District VIII first-team honoree with a

women’s basketball elsewhere in this Annual Report.

3.62 undergraduate GPA in applied communication studies and a 3.92 graduate GPA in

Men’s basketball also continued a pattern of success, it was business as usual for the

organizational leadership. Women’s basketball senior Janelle Bekkering was a District VIII

Bulldogs. With a lone senior in Steven Gray, the Bulldogs won an 11th straight West Coast

first-team and sophomore Levin Guillermo of the men’s tennis team was a District VIII second-

Conference regular-season title, the longest active streak in NCAA Division I and the second

team honoree. A total of 109 student-athletes made either the President’s List (3.7-4.0 GPA)

longest streak all-time behind UCLA’s 13 Pacific-10 Conference titles from 1967­–79. Men’s

or Dean’s List (3.5-3.69 GPA) this past semester. The Bulldogs had 13 teams receive 3.0 or

Basketball also won their 11th WCC Tournament title in 13 years, made a 14th straight

higher GPAs for the spring semester, led by the 3.50 of both women’s track and women’s

appearance in the WCC Tournament championship game and advanced to the NCAA

soccer. Gonzaga’s teams combined for a 3.26 spring GPA and a 3.23 cumulative GPA.

Tournament for the 13th straight year which ties for the fourth longest current consecutive NCAA appearances streak. Women’s golf made history this past year as well, placing second in the WCC

Gonzaga student-athletes also contributed to the greater Spokane community through various community outreach activities. In addition to regular visits to the Union Gospel Mission, Habitat for Humanity, and countless local elementary schools, our student-athletes participated

Championship to snap a streak of 14 straight years in which Pepperdine University and the

in the WCC Soles4Souls Shoe Drive, the annual Book Drive and many other community-

University of San Francisco finished first or second. Brad Rickel was named WCC Coach of the

related activities. Gonzaga took home the inaugural WCC Institutional Sportsmanship award

Year, sophomore Victoria Fallgren and freshman Tai Jade “TJ” Kliebphipat were named to the

and Edman received the Male Individual Sportsmanship award at the conference’s Honors

All-WCC first team, and senior Sage Suffecool and juniors Jessica Howe and Stephanie Corey

Dinner. The Bulldog men’s and women’s basketball, men’s soccer and women’s golf teams

were named honorable mention.

also received the Sportsmanship Award for their respective sports.

Baseball was in the thick of the WCC championship until the final pitch of the season

While we accomplished a lot this past season we are not satisfied. Every program and

at Patterson Baseball Complex and Washington Trust Field. A line drive to third snared by

every sport is striving to be better in 2011–12—on the field of competition, in the classroom and

the USF third baseman in the bottom of the ninth with tying runs on base left Gonzaga one

in the community. Our commitment is to always seize the opportunity to build on our successes

game short of the WCC title. Just how outstanding the Bulldogs were on the field is reflected

in our quest to showcase Gonzaga University as one of the best.

in the regional and national post-season awards bestowed on several members of this

Thank you for your support this past year. Without you none of this would be possible and

year’s team. Freshman pitcher/first baseman Marco Gonzales was named to the Louisville

our student-athletes would not be able to embrace the positive life experiences they encounter

Slugger Freshman All-America Team and the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association

during their time at Gonzaga. We look forward to your continued support.

Freshman All-America First Team. The newcomer was also tabbed WCC Co-Player of the

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Michael L. Roth, Director of Athletics


On the FIELDS, COURTS and WATER.

Within the CLASSROOM.

Within the greater COMMUNITY.

Pursuit of Excellence

In benefaction and revenue GENERATION.

Pursuit of Excellence

Pursuit of Excellence

Pursuit of Excellence

defined by student-athlete

defined by the positive

defined as a broad based,

presence on Dean’s and

image on campus, locally,

defined by a strategic

Pursuit of Excellence

commitment and tactical

nationally competitive

President’s Lists, national

regionally and nationally.

defined by identifying,

communication to support

intercollegiate program

and conference academic

building and maintaining

the University and Athletic

that operates in a

Pursuit of Excellence

enduring relationships

Department diversity

gender equitable manner

defined by NCAA and

with Gonzaga benefactors

progressing toward and

initiatives.

with the expectation

institutional compliance,

(alumni, athletic alumni,

obtaining a degree.

that individuals and teams will routinely compete for conference championships.

In the coaching of studentathletes and the administration of the Athletic DEPARTMENT.

In commitment to DIVERSITY.

accolades and all athletes

financial and academic integrity, ethical conduct and sportsmanship.

parents, friends and corporations) that will enable Gonzaga

ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT CORE OBJECTIVES

EXCELLENCE University Athletics to annually increase/raise the funds necessary to provide the Athletic Department resources.

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LEGACY OF LOVE

CHARACTER It was easy to see back in 2008 that Hubie Randall’s

With Hubie’s gift, which came to fruition two years ago,

endowment would be a legacy of love.

Coach Brad Rickel was able to land recruits Genna

as a caretaker whose main purpose is gathering up

Dodge and Victoria Fallgren. But Dodge and Fallgren

promising golfers and giving them room to blossom.

were only the beginning.

Last season Rickel led the team to a second place

Now we sit back and watch as the seeds of this legacy take root and bloom into a spectacular creation. This creation is a team. It is a family. The patriarch,

finish in the West Coast Conference Championship,

83-year-old Hubie, is a humble man who wanted to

to have a domino effect,” Rickel says. “Since then the

making Gonzaga the first team ever to break into a top

honor his late wife and undisputed love of his life with a

endowment has had a huge impact on who we’ve been

slot (Pepperdine and the University of San Francisco

gift that would last forever.

able to recruit and continue to recruit.”

have dominated the top two positions since the league

Hubie’s wife Colleen, who passed away in 2003,

Dodge and Fallgren, who are now juniors, are the

began). Not only did the women claim second place,

was a natural when it came to golf; thus, the reason for

direct descendants of the endowment. The following

but they did it with the lowest program score in WCC

his generosity toward the Gonzaga women’s golfers.

year Rickel scooped up Top-50 ranked TJ Kliebphipat,

Championship history.

Not only does Hubie have a heart for golf, but he also

who Rickel considers a first cousin of the endowment.

has a special place for Gonzaga, having grown up in the

This coming season Rickel welcomes recruits Alice

a sophomore, and Kliebphipat, a freshman, earned

shadow of the spires, sneaking into University sporting

Kim and Han Wu, second cousins and two of the most

first-team selections. All five players in the WCC

events throughout his childhood.

promising golfers Gonzaga has seen yet.

Championship were recognized with senior Sage

Besides building a beautiful memorial to his wife

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“That year created a big domino effect and continues

As this family tree continues to grow, Rickel acts

“Without having Victoria, Genna and TJ, it’s possible

The list of firsts continued to grow as Fallgren,

Suffecool and juniors Stephanie Corey and Jessica

Colleen, Hubie has created a family and catapulted the

Alice and Han would not have thought of Gonzaga as a

Howe receiving honorable mention accolades. Last, but

Gonzaga women’s golf team toward instant success.

legitimate contender,” Rickel says.

certainly not least, was coach Brad Rickel, who was

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without a scholarship. She says it is amazing someone

books.

would give so generously to complete strangers.

“We don’t want to put our supporters’ efforts to

Recently, Dodge met Hubie and was able to gain an

waste,” said Kliebphipat, who finished the 2010–11

even greater appreciation for his character. Hubie has

season with the fifth-best scoring average in Gonzaga

a great sense of humor, Dodge says, and he wanted to

history. “We want to improve our program for the future

know all about her upbringing, just east of the border, in

and work even harder.”

Post Falls, Idaho.

While the golf program has taken on top recruits, it

“(Hubie) didn’t really know any of us, but he gives

also continues to maintain a high academic standard.

so much to our team,” Dodge adds. “He just loves the

The women’s golf program was one of three Bulldog

sport.”

teams to earn NCAA Public Recognition Awards based

And that gift will keep on giving. That is the beauty

on its most recent multi-year Academic Progress Rates

of endowment—it is an eternal flame that keeps the fire

(APR). Gonzaga women’s golf has received a Public

behind Gonzaga women’s golf burning bright.

Recognition Award all six years of the program, one of

“It is a huge relief knowing that money will keep

just 260 teams across all sports to receive this honor.

appearing every year,” Rickel says. “We can identify our

Dodge wouldn’t have the opportunity to pursue an education at Gonzaga University or her love for golf

LEGACY OF LOVE

named WCC Coach of the Year—one more first for the

weaknesses each season and fund a solution to make us better.”

Far Left: Hubie and Colleen Randall Left: Tai Jade ‘TJ’ Kliebphipat, Genna Dodge, Sage Suffecool, Stephanie Corey, Victoria Fallgren, Jessica Howe and Rachel Sibbitt Above: Victoria Fallgren Below: Genna Dodge

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A seasoned coach once asked an all-star player, “Tell me about commitment. How do you have such commitment to the game?” The player couldn’t explain it so he went home and thought about commitment all night long. When he returned to the coach the next day he still didn’t have an answer. All he could say was something to this affect, “I don’t have to commit to the game. I just love it.” That player was John Stockton and that coach was former Gonzaga Baseball Head Coach Steve Hertz, who has spent 33 years at Gonzaga University not including his time as a student. He is not just a committed staff member of the university— he wholeheartedly loves the place, and he says pride has a lot to do with it. “Pride grows, it doesn’t stay dormant,” Hertz says. Maybe it’s pride that has kept more than one-fourth of the Gonzaga athletic staff on campus for more than 10 years. Maybe it’s the addicting qualities of the Gonzaga spirit that has caused another quarter of the staff to not only graduate as Zags, but also go on to walk the halls in coaching and staff positions. Most staffers would agree that they have developed a sense of pride for

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facility dedicated to the wellbeing of student-

come in energized and ready to reap the

anything they have developed a kinship

athletes. DeLong attributes staff retention

benefits of Gonzaga Athletics’ continuity

with their co-workers.

and continued closeness to Athletic Director,

and sense of community.

Mike Roth, who has been at Gonzaga

“Certainly, it is the people that we

when I came, but here I am, and I’m

for 24 years. Though the department is

get to work with every day that helps

glad I’m here,” says Gayle Clayton,

not under one roof as it was 30 years

make this place so special, but it is also

administrative assistant and office

ago, Roth strives to create familiarity and

about the student-athletes,” Shannon

manager. “The people here are caring;

like-mindedness among the staff.

Strahl says. “Seeing a new wave come

“I didn’t realize I’d be here this long

they have concern for your welfare and are willing to go the extra mile.”

“I do believe that what we try to

in every year and watching them develop

create is an atmosphere of complete

and achieve over the course of their

cooperation,” Roth says. “We’re all

Gonzaga career is amazing. It gets even

Athletics staff has even created a certain

trying to achieve success in athletics,

better when they graduate, start a new

culture that keeps people coming back

academics, and community, and all our

chapter in their lives, and come home

for more.

staff buys into that.”

to Gonzaga where it all began because

The familiar feel within the Gonzaga

“At Gonzaga I intended to get my

He also encourages the department

they now have roots here, too.”

feet wet, be here for five years or so,

with a catch phrase that any staff member

get experience and move on, but I fell

will agree is a token “Rothism:” “We strive

because of Gonzaga’s unique culture,

in love with the culture,” says Heather

to be better tomorrow than we were today.”

but the staff is also able to grow both

“That’s the key to our success,” Roth

professionally and personally. With a

Gores, who was an assistant women’s

Not only do student-athletes flourish

basketball coach before becoming an

says, “but it’s no different anywhere else.

little extra freedom thrown into the mix,

Associate Athletic Director and Senior

Any highly successful small to medium to

coaches and support staff alike find a

Woman Administrator.

large organization is focusing on its next

place where they can flourish.

Gonzaga and Spokane go hand-

accomplishment. You can’t be satisfied.

“Gonzaga offers me a place where

in-hand as that unique “je ne sais quoi”

You always have to be striving to be

I can just coach, do what I love to do,”

sprawls into the fabric of the whole

better.”

Thorarinsson says. “Mike (Roth) allows

community. “It is the love of Gonzaga and the

Always striving to be better ensures a daily onslaught of surprises—goals set

you to run your own ship.” In turn, Thorarinsson pays it forward

love of Spokane that stirs the culture at

and goals reached. Rinse and repeat, but

by allowing his own coaching staff to

Gonzaga,” says Head Men’s Soccer Coach

always with a new ambition in mind.

do what they think is best for student-

“Every day is different,” says

athletes and the program’s success.

Einar Thorarinsson, who has called Gonzaga and Spokane home for 16 years. Steve DeLong was the sole athletic

Basketball Academic Coordinator, Rian

“I let (my staff) do their own work,

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GOING THE DISTANCE

grows

Gonzaga’s infectious spirit, but more than

Oliver, who graduated from Gonzaga

and I let them bring what they can to

trainer when he started at Gonzaga 33

and has been on staff for eight years.

the program,” he says. “Communication

years ago. Now he has four assistants and

“Every day brings a new challenge.”

is open—open in a good and bad way

his workspace has gone from a 10 x 12 office space to a nearly 5,000 square foot

Part of that everyday challenge is welcoming new student-athletes, who

sometimes—but we’re not afraid to say things within the staff.”


department for more than 20 years.

but the impact you have as an individual

me, it’s about what we all accomplish

the Gonzaga Athletic Department.

“There have been three head coaches in

is always what you have been a part of.

together.”

They have an open door policy, where

my 23 years. As we’ve gotten better and

I’ve seen a lot of talented and charismatic

everyone’s opinion is valued and

grown we have been able to hire more

people come and go but the place

charismatic figures, and he says there

everyone’s needs are important.

experienced coaches. People know who

always endures. We get to be a part of

are a lot of reasons to leave a place, but

we are now and what we’re about.”

something special—it can’t be about

only one reason to stay—you just love it.

“Gonzaga is student focused but that translates,” says Strahl, who graduated

Coach Mark Few can attest to this,

from Gonzaga, worked as a graduate

and says the reason people stick around

assistant and is now as Associate Athletic

is the relationships they form along the

Director and oversees Compliance.

way. He says it’s easy to come to work

“Gonzaga Athletics cares about the whole

when you are working with your friends

person. Sometimes you have to take care

and believe in the common goal.

of family, sometimes you just have to

Hertz is one of those talented and

“People feel part of the team here

10+ NAME

TItLE

that is Gonzaga,” Few says. “It makes it

Steve Delong

Director of Athletic Medicine

phrase for open communication, but

more relationship driven than monetarily

Steve Hertz

Associate Athletic Director for Major Gifts

instead it is meant in the most literal

driven or about a job title. The people

Gayle Clayton

Administrative Assistant

sense. Staff members are urged to make

that have moved on have turned down

Mike Roth

Athletic Director

their rounds and maintain relationships

many head coaching jobs before.”

Oliver Pierce

Assistant Athletic Director Sports Information Director

Mark Few

Men’s Basketball Head Coach

Chris Standiford

Senior Associate Athletic Director

Vicki Craigen

Computer Information Specialist

Mark Machtolf

Head Baseball Coach

Dan Gehn

Director of Rowing Men’s Rowing Head Coach

take care of yourself, and that’s OK.” The open door policy isn’t just a

throughout each department. “It’s very important that people feel

and take real ownership in the product

Then there are the student-athletes who have graduated and gone on to achieve even more as professional

Thorarinsson says. “You get continuity

athletes and well-rounded members of

and you get history. It’s not about a

society. Just take a look at the long list

status quo, it’s just a place where you

of Gonzaga student-athletes who have

feel you belong and where you develop

gone on to greatness and you will see the

Heather Gores

friendships and develop trust.”

evidence that the impact comes full circle.

Associate Athletic Director Senior Woman Administrator

Jerry Krause

Director of Basketball Operations

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this is their place and they want to stay,”

Trust, a lack of turnover, and that

In the end, it’s all about the place,

Einar Thorarinsson

Men’s Soccer Head Coach

special camaraderie within its intimate

which takes a hold on each and every

Robert Gray

Men’s Golf Head Coach

staff has made the men’s basketball

individual who walks the halls, courts or

Jennifer Nyland

Assistant Athletic Trainer

program what it is today.

fields of Gonzaga University.

Leanne Stockton

Assistant Athletic Trainer

Shannon Strahl

Associate Athletic Director for Compliance

Tommy Lloyd

Assistant Men’s Basketball Coach

Kelly Graves

Women’s Basketball Head Coach

Rob Kavon

Director of Athletic Facilities

“One of the reasons men’s basketball

“The place is so much bigger than

is so successful is because there is not

the individual,” says Senior Associate

a lot of turnover,” says Oliver Pierce,

Athletic Director, Chris Standiford,

who was born and raised in Spokane

who began working at Gonzaga as a

and has overseen the sports information

graduate assistant. “Everything changes,

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Athletic Department employees with 10+ years at Gonzaga.

GOING THE DISTANCE

That’s just part of the culture around

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IN HER OWN WORDS

Gonzaga women’s basketball point guard Courtney Vandersloot closed out her career as arguably the most decorated player to hit the hardwood for Gonzaga and the West Coast Conference. Vandersloot, who propelled the Bulldogs onto the national scene during her four years with her dazzling passes, nose for the basket and enthusiasm for the game, took the time while playing in her rookie season with the WNBA’s Chicago Sky to reminisce about her Gonzaga journey.

Why number 21? I wore number 21 in junior high when I first got to choose my number because one of my sister’s friends in elementary school told me that it was the ultimate basketball number. Of course, I looked up to my sister and all her friends so I believed the friend. I didn’t realize until I was much older that the friend liked 21 because he was a huge Kevin Garnett fan. Nonetheless, I wore number 21 until I got to high school and was upset when they didn’t have number 21, so I had to wear 22. When I got to college, 21 had just opened up and it felt like fate.

Why did you choose Gonzaga? I chose Gonzaga because I loved the location, I loved the coaches, and I felt at home when I was there. I knew I was going to be a part of a special program.

What is your first memory of your freshman year? I learned quickly that being a student-athlete in college is not like being a student-athlete in high school. It was a lot more demanding, but fortunately, I also learned quickly that Gonzaga had so many avenues to get help with the demands.

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practices; I didn’t realize that the best players put in work on their own, too. I guess I wasn’t used to having access

years, and we wanted to make a good run in the NCAA

to a gym at all times; in high school if I wanted to get up

my final year. My first year we didn’t even make the

extra shots, I had to shoot on the street, on a hoop my

tournament, and my senior year we made it to the Elite

Rachel Kane. She was a senior point guard my

dad put up when we moved in sixth grade. I realized to be

Eight! I am so proud to be a part of the first Elite Eight

freshman year. She was so helpful, and I learned a lot

the best not only did I have to work my tail off during our

women’s basketball team at Gonzaga.

from her. I remember her telling me ‘at this level you

scheduled times, but I had to put extra work in. I started

INDIVIDUAL ACCOMPLISHMENT: Winning the Nancy

can do this and can’t do that’. She helped me become

seeing great improvements in my game. By my senior

Lieberman Award because my whole career I have

much more comfortable as a freshman point guard. I

year, I felt that I was underachieving if even one day

strived to be the best point guard I could be. I really

remember one game after she was injured and out for

passed that I wasn’t getting some type of extra work in.

focused on improving my game to become the best

the season, we were in a close game and Coach Graves

What do you want your legacy at Gonzaga to be?

point guard I could and to receive an award named after

called a specific play to get the ball to Heather Bowman. In the huddle, Coach told me to go towards Bowman so that she would end up with the ball. Which was wrong actually; in this play for Bowman to get the ball, I had to go away from her but at that point, was oblivious to that. After we left the huddle, Kane was the one who came to me and said ‘go away from Bowman, not towards her’. That’s how well aware she was of the game and our system, so I was able to learn that from her.

What is the biggest lesson you learned from freshman to senior year? I learned that working your hardest during the scheduled time isn’t enough. I came into my freshman year working as hard as I possibly could because I wanted to be the best. I took pride in how hard I worked but I did all that work during our scheduled weights or our scheduled

I want to be remembered as part of a VERY special

one of the best point guards to play is quite an honor and something I am very proud of.

leader of the team. A leader of a team that really set the

Was your experience at Gonzaga everything you thought it was going to be?

tone for what Gonzaga basketball is about both on and

No, it was much much more. I never doubted I would

off the court. I really just want to be remembered for the

love Gonzaga, but to say that I ‘love it’ doesn’t do my

passion and love I played with because the program

experience justice. Since Gonzaga, I have become a

meant so much to me. I wanted nothing more than for

better person and a better player.

us to succeed.

What is your ultimate hope for the Gonzaga women’s basketball team in the future?

team—a team that did something no Gonzaga team had done before. And not only a part of a team, but a

Of all that you and the team accomplished through your four years at Gonzaga, what are you most proud of?

IN HER OWN WORDS

Did you have any older teammates that were mentors to you? If so, who were they and what did they teach you?

I hope they become a regular Final Four team—a program that will be talked about with the likes of

TEAM ACCOMPLISHMENT: The Elite Eight run my

Stanford, UConn and Tennessee! Ultimately, I just hope

senior year. It had been a goal of ours for a couple

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WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

2010–11 » Gonzaga ended the season with a 31-5 record and 14-0 mark in West Coast Conference play. » The 31 wins is a school record. » GU made its fourth trip to the NCAA Tournament; third-straight. » A s the No. 11 seed in the NCAA Tournament, Gonzaga became the lowest seeded team ever to reach the Regional Finals.

» T he Bulldogs won their seventh-straight West Coast Conference regular season title and their fourth WCC Tournament title in five years.

»G  U has won 30-straight West Coast Conference regular-season games dating back to the 2008-09 campaign. If you include WCC Tournament games, GU has not lost in 36 games.

» Zags ended the season ranked No. 8; a program-high, in the final ESPN/USA Today Top 25 poll. » A GU player was named WCC Player of the Year for the sixth time in the last seven years (Courtney Vandersloot garnered her third-straight WCC POY accolade in 2010–11).

» Kelly Graves was named West Coast Conference Coach of the Year for the second consecutive year and for the sixth time during his tenure as the Gonzaga head coach.

»G  U finished the season ranked No. 1 in the NCAA in scoring offense (85.3 ppg), assists per game (20.1 apg) and assist-to-turnover ratio (1.51).

» Senior Courtney Vandersloot was the nations assist leader (10.2 apg) and assist-to-turnover ratio leader (3.08). She also was seventh in steals per game (3.2) and 16th in points per game (19.8).

» Senior Kayla Standish finished the season 13th in the nation in field goal percentage (56.1) and 10

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55th in points per game (17.1).


Conference action; the second consecutive year GU

for the second-straight season. A fast start from the

for the Gonzaga University women’s basketball team.

accomplished the feat.

Bulldogs against No. 10 Louisville had the Spokane

The Bulldogs captured the hearts of a nation, exactly as

The history making journey began with two wins

Arena rocking, but a second half surge from the

the men did 13 years prior. They stole the show at the

at the conference championship which secured the

Cardinals made for a heart-pounding finish. The Zags

NCAA Tournament, not only with their exceptional play

Bulldogs their fourth NCAA Tournament berth in five

held on to reach the Elite Eight for the first time in school

and run to their first Elite Eight, but with the enormous

years. Gonzaga headed into the NCAA Tournament as

history.

support Spokane showered them with along the way.

the No. 11 seed, but wasn’t the underdog as it turned

And Gonzaga persevered despite the fact it started the

out. Spokane, specifically the McCarthey Athletic Center

No. 1 Stanford. All-in-all it was a season that will never

season with an uncharacteristic 2-3 record.

and the Spokane Arena, was the playing venue for the

be forgotten. The Zags closed out the year with a record

Zags.

breaking 31-5 mark, ranked No. 8 in the final ESPN/

Following their bumpy start, the Zags went on to rattle off 24 wins and lost only one game before the

Gonzaga defeated No. 6 Iowa and No. 3 UCLA,

post-season excitement began. Within those 24 wins

both exhilarating games from start to finish, in front of

included another perfect 14-0 record in West Coast

the McCarthey faithful to reach the Regional Semifinals

Ultimately, the ride ended for Gonzaga with a loss to

USA Today Coaches’ Poll and 25th in the nation in home attendance at 4,060.

SUCCESS

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WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

The 2010–11 season was the most electrifying, to date,

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Gonzaga kept a couple of streaks alive during the

face 20th-ranked University of Illinois in The Battle in

season games to claim an 11th straight regular-season

2011 season, winning an 11th straight West Coast

Seattle, as well as Washington State University and

crown and then captured the WCC Tournament for the

Conference regular-season title and advancing to the

23rd-ranked University of Notre Dame on the road.

11th time in the last 13 seasons to earn an automatic trip

NCAA Tournament for the 13th straight season.

The Zags played Baylor University in The Showcase in

to the NCAA Tournament.

The Bulldogs continued to play a marquee schedule,

Dallas, Xavier University, Oklahoma State University,

The Bulldogs downed 17th-ranked St. John’s

hosting the O’Reilly Auto Parts CBE Classic Regional

Wake Forest University and the University of Memphis

University in their NCAA opener as Gonzaga played

Round in mid-November, downing IUPUI but falling

during the non-conference slate. Seven teams on

perhaps its most complete game of the season in the

to San Diego State University, which would go on to

the Bulldog schedule went on to play in the NCAA

upset win. The Zags fell to national Player of the Year

become one of the surprise teams of the collegiate

Tournament.

Jimmer Fredette and his eighth-ranked BYU teammates

basketball season. The Bulldogs went on to face

A 3-3 start in WCC play made the Bulldogs the

in the second round, the NCAA showdown perhaps a

fourth-ranked Kansas State University and Marquette

talk of the conference, many believing a new face may

preview of the two teams figured to battle for the WCC

University in the O’Reilly Auto Parts CBE Championship

rise to the top of the WCC standings. But the Zags

title when BYU joins the West Coast Conference for the

in Kansas City, Mo. The season also saw the Bulldogs

persevered by winning their last eight WCC regular-

2011–12 season.

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PERSEVERE


MEN’S BASKETBALL

2010–11 » Posted a 25-10 record. » Won 20 or more games for the 14th straight season. »W  on an 11th straight West Coast Conference regular-season title and the 15th since 1994. » A dvanced to a 14th straight West Coast Conference Tournament championship game. » A dvanced to a 13th straight NCAA Tournament which ties for fourth on the current Consecutive NCAA Tournament Appearances list.

»W  ent 14-2 in the McCarthey Athletic Center for a 7-year record of 89-6 since the facility opened.

»H  ead coach Mark Few posted his 300th career victory Dec. 31, 2010, against Oklahoma State University, moving into a tie for sixth on the “Fastest To 300 Wins” list with Harold Anderson who coached at Bowling Green University and Toledo University.

»H  ead coach Mark Few is the second winningest active coach in NCAA Division I behind the legendary Roy Williams of the University of North Carolina. Few is 316-83 in 12 years for a winning percentage of .792.

» S teven Gray’s 1,432 career points rank 15th on the Gonzaga career list, his 339 assists are sixth and 155 steals are third.

» Robert Sacre ranks third on the all-time blocked shots list with 139. » S teven Gray and Robert Sacre named to the All-West Coast Conference first team; Elias Harris named WCC honorable mention; Sam Dower named to the WCC All-Freshman Team and Marquise Carter named WCC Newcomer of the Year. GONZAGA UNIVERSITY DEPARTMENT OF INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS

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quite an impact in his rookie campaign and was named

Championship finish of 2009, but closed the gap to 10

the Year, Co-Freshman of the Year and All-WCC and

points behind fourth place and 11 points out of third.

A majority of the Bulldogs success this past season

Baseball From an 0-5 start to reaching its fourth 30-win season in five years and playing a West Coast Conference championship game on the final day of the regular season, there’s no doubt Gonzaga University’s baseball team held to its winning tradition. While the 2011 Bulldogs did accomplish a winning record, it was

stability. Boyle set the school record for 5,000 meters of 14:33.87 at the West Coast Invitational hosted by

the top three of every WCC statistic category throughout

Willamette University to topple Joe Miller’s mark of

the season. The leader of the staff was WCC Pitcher of

14:34.72 set in 2005. The schedule included trips to

the Year and All-WCC selection junior Ryan Carpenter.

the Oregon Relays hosted by the University of Oregon,

The left-hander struck out 107 batters, the most of any

the Cougar Invitational hosted by Washington State

pitcher in the WCC.

University and the Ken Shannon Invitational hosted by

One Bulldog saw himself re-writing the school’s record book. Senior Cody Martin, also an All-WCC

the University of Washington. The program also got a boost with the hiring of

selection, returned to the role as the Bulldog’s closing

Patty Ley as the first fulltime assistant coach in program

pitcher and put up impressive numbers such as a

history. Ley, a native of Gig Harbor, Wash., has strong

nation-best 0.86 earned-run average. But within the

Pacific Northwest and West Coast ties that will enhance

Bulldogs records, Martin broke his single-season

the program’s recruiting endeavors. Patty will assist with

record with 12 saves and 88 career appearances; he

the task of coaching and monitoring nearly 70 student-

tied Brandon Harmon (2005-08) for the most of any

athletes in the men’s and women’s program combined.

Bulldog. His 271 career strikeouts rank third on the alltime list.

Men’s Cross Country/Track

schedules in the nation. It featured 36 games on the

The Gonzaga men’s cross country program continued

road and six teams that went on to participate in the

to show improvement under third-year head coach Pat

NCAA Baseball Championships. But midway through

Tyson. Junior Chris Boyle turned in his second straight

the season, eight-year head coach Mark Machtolf and

solid performance at the West Coast Conference

his Bulldogs received national votes, having reached as

Championship, finishing fourth in a record-setting

high as 23rd in the Baseball America poll. The Bulldogs

performance of 25:08 for 8K to break the Gonzaga

led the WCC in weekly honors with eight and at the

mark for the WCC Championship of 25:28 set in

end of the season the club received a long list of post-

2006. That earned him his second straight All-WCC

season accolades.

recognition. Boyle competed in the NCAA West Regional for the

school record seven Bulldogs were on that list. Leading

second year, finishing 27th in 30:41; 12 over the 10K

the list was two-way player Marco Gonzales, who made

layout (he was 101st the previous year).

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The track program has continued to grow and gain

was on the mound. The Bulldogs pitching staff stayed in

not easy; the Bulldogs faced one of the most difficult

When the WCC announced All-WCC honors, a

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to a school-record four accolades: WCC Co-Player of WCC All-Freshman team selections.

HISTORY

The Bulldogs replicated their fifth-place WCC

EXCEL


Men’s Golf

With four runners, either freshmen or sophomores,

Sophomore Travis Johnsen was a bright spot for

sixth at 77.56 in 2009; Corey seventh at 78.25 in 2010

Gonzaga’s women’s cross country team moved up

Gonzaga’s men’s golf team, finishing tied for fourth for

and eight at 78.26 in 2009, and Sage Suffecool ninth at

one notch to fifth in the 2010 West Coast Conference

the highest individual finish in Gonzaga’s West Coast

78.33 in 2010.

Championship, just three points out of fourth, as the

Conference Men’s Golf Championship history. In the

program once again made strides under third-year head

process, he also tied the school record for the best 54-

Conference Championship this past season, the

coach Pat Tyson.

hole score in WCC Championship play. Playing in his

first school other than Pepperdine University or the

first WCC Championship, Johnsen finished with a 54-

University of San Francisco to finish in the top two in the

participants since Tyson’s arrival; 31 runners dotted the

hole score of 214 to tie the school mark, one stroke out

previous 15 years of the WCC Championship. Gonzaga

2010 roster.

of third and two shots behind the medalists. His effort

also had two first-team WCC performers as Fallgren

earned him All-WCC first-team honors, becoming the

and Kliebphipat picked up the honor, with Howe, Corey

third player in school history to be so honored.

and Suffecool earning honorable mention recognition

The program has more than doubled its number of

The Bulldogs also showed great signs of improvement on the track. Redshirt freshman Emily Thomas broke a pair of school records. She broke

The Bulldogs had a strong finish to the regular

the 5,000 meters record with a 17:15.18 at the Duane

season with a sixth at the Braveheart Classic, one of two

Hartman Invitational hosted by the Community Colleges

top 10 finishes in another tough schedule.

of Spokane, bettering the mark of 17:18.87 set by Jill

Women’s Golf

Semenza in 2005. Two weeks later she was at it again, becoming the 10,000 meters record holder in 36:03.13 at the West Coast Invitational hosted by Willamette University. Semenza held the record of 36:11.21 set in 2005. The schedule included trips to the Oregon Relays hosted by the University of Oregon, the Cougar Invitational hosted by Washington State University and the Ken Shannon Invitational hosted by the University of Washington. The program also got a boost with the hiring of Patty Ley as the first fulltime assistant coach in program history. Ley, a native of Gig Harbor, Wash., has strong Pacific Northwest and West Coast ties that will enhance the program’s recruiting endeavors. She will also assist with the task of coaching and monitoring nearly 70 student-athletes in the men’s and women’s program combined.

Gonzaga’s women’s golf team had it best season in program history. The Bulldogs cracked the Top 100 in the final Golfweek rankings at 96. That’s 14 spots better than last year and 72 spots better than the 168 ranking just four seasons ago. In the final Golfstat rankings the Bulldogs were 105, three spots better than last year and 56 spots better than the 161 final ranking of 2008. Gonzaga sixth-year head coach Brad Rickel put together a schedule ranking of 76.8, the toughest in program history. Four of the top 10 scoring averages in program annals came this season with sophomore Victoria

year’s team—Fallgren second at 76.59 in 2010; Howe

Gonzaga placed second in the West Coast

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and Rickel taking Coach of the Year accolades for the first time. The 916 in the WCC Championship was the lowest Bulldog score in their WCC history, easily beating the 929 set by the 2003 team. The 902 score at the University of Colorado Mountainview Collegiate was the second lowest score in program history behind the 896 by the 2008–09 squad at the 2008 Heather Farr Memorial hosted by the University of Colorado. The team was also awarded a WCC Sportsmanship award as voted by members of the WCC StudentAthlete Advisory Committee (SAAC). Candidates must have demonstrated the values of respect, honesty and integrity through a specific action directed toward an opponent and also in his/her daily participation in intercollegiate athletics during the 2010–11 academic year.

Fallgren at 76.62 for third, junior Jessica Howe 77.24

Men’s Rowing

for fourth, freshman Tai Jade “TJ” Kliebphipat 77.28

Despite an up-and-down season, the Gonzaga

for fifth and junior Stephanie Corey 78.35 for 10th. Nine

University men’s rowing team headed east for the

of the top 10 scoring averages have come in the last

Intercollegiate Rowing Association (IRA) National

three years, including five scores from members of this

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after earning an automatic bid. The Bulldogs sent three

After its productive pre-championship schedule,

crews to compete in the 109th annual national regatta;

Gonzaga headed into the all-important ‘Championship

academic excellence, one of 195 programs across the

the Varsity 8+, Second Varsity 8+ and Freshman 8+.

Weekend’ that included the West Coast Conference

country with a cumulative grade point average of 3.0 or

Championships and the Western Intercollegiate Rowing

higher, the Bulldogs with a 3.20 team GPA.

Association (WIRA) Championships.

Women’s Soccer

And compete they did. The Varsity 8+ finished 17th in the National Championship as it took fifth in the Third Level Final. The Zags tied their best finish in school history with their 17th finish as they also closed out the

2010 heartbreaking second-place finish at the WCC

2009 IRA Championships in 17th. Gonzaga placed 17th

Championships, fell to the University of San Diego for

in the Freshman 8+ and 14th in the Second Varsity 8+.

the second-consecutive year. Gonzaga was only three

Seniors Andrew Krug, Benji Schwarz and Connor

points behind the Toreros going into the marquee Varsity

Wege each closed out their rowing careers having

8+ battle, which meant the winner would take all, but

rowed in three National Championship regattas. Each

crossed the finish line 1.6 seconds behind USD.

were members of the Freshman 8+ boat that placed

The Zags bounced back though, capping off the

13th at the 2008 IRA’s and all were in the Varsity 8+

2011 season winning gold at the WIRA’s in the Novice

boat that took 17th in 2009.

8+ for the fifth time in six years, along with grabbing

Prior to heading to the most-important race of

silver in both the Varsity 8+ and Second Novice 8+ and

The Gonzaga University women’s soccer team’s strength of the 2010 schedule was no different than last year. The Bulldogs played five opponents that went on to make an appearance in the NCAA Women’s Soccer Championships; four of those teams were nationally ranked. The Bulldogs also made an impressive run in West Coast Conference play in addition to matching the program’s record of three WCC wins, the Bulldogs finished fourth in the standings, marking the highest finish since 2005. Using second-year head coach Amy Edwards’

the season, Gonzaga took second in two races and

bronze in the Second Varsity 8+ and Varsity 4+.

third in another at the Western Intercollegiate Rowing

Men’s Soccer

Bulldogs set a program-record of 272 shots and their 23

Gonzaga University’s men’s soccer team had a

goals scored was one shy from matching last season’s.

Association (WIRA) Championships and won the WIRA Efficiency Trophy. Krug, Wege and senior Matt White all earned

record nine players receive mention on the All-West

philosophy of playing an up-tempo attacking style, the

When the WCC awarded its 2010 All-WCC women’s

Coast Conference teams, including senior second-

soccer accolades, selected by the conference coaches,

team midfielder/defender Stefan Thor Eysteinsson.

four Bulldogs were honored. Senior midfielder Sheridan

Goalkeeper Ryan Caballero, defender Greg Carter and

Jones exited her illustrious career with her second

midfielder Nick Hamer were named to the All-Freshman

straight All-WCC second-team selection while senior

The 2010–11 Gonzaga University women’s rowing

Team, while seniors Philippe Garre, Collin Harrison

forward Catherine Cullen, redshirt junior defender Elle

season was scattered with regional opponent familiarity

and Nick Love; junior Colin Flynn; sophomore James

Sweeney and freshman forward Cassie Geerdts were

but also fresh-faced competition nationally. The Bulldogs

Partee and freshmen Hamer were also accorded

honorable mention honorees.

took on regional foes Washington State, Oregon State

honorable mention recognition.

All-WIRA first team accolades, while David Wayne was tabbed All-WIRA second team.

Women’s Rowing

and Western Washington University—the six-time

Love became the fourth player in the history of the

The 2011 fall squad will have a mix of new and familiar faces but leading the team will be last year’s

defending NCAA Division II national champion, all before

program to be drafted by a MLS club. The native of

leading scorer junior Sarah Rhodes, who scored a team-

heading to Bloomington, Ind., for the Dale England Cup,

Kaneohe, Hawai’i was drafted in the third round of the

best five goals and registered six assists. Edwards also

where they battled with the national powerhouses of

MLS Supplemental Draft by Real Salt Lake.

added a new face to her coaching staff in Billy Barmes,

Indiana University, Michigan State University and Boston University. 16

The Bulldogs, looking to rebound from their

National Soccer Coaches Association of America for

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The Bulldogs, with 21 of 29 players on the roster

who served as an assistant coach at the University

either freshmen or sophomores, were 4-15-0 overall,

of Illinois, University of Southern Mississippi and the

1-11-0 in the WCC. Gonzaga was honored by the

Chicago Red Stars of Women’s Professional Soccer.


For the third straight season, and one year after posting a program-record 14 wins, the Gonzaga University women’s tennis team once again celebrated another 10-win season in 2011. The Bulldogs struggled in the first half of the spring season but made a turnaround, winning eight of the 10 remaining matches heading into the West Coast Conference Championships. During that stretch, senior Jackie Tabb also posted a team-best six-match win streak in singles, eight in doubles. Tabb and her doubles partner junior Sophie Lantta were one of three doubles teams to post 10 wins while six players posted 10-plus wins in singles throughout the 2010–11 year. Two of those players, seniors Rika Mehndiratta and Danielle Farmer, went on to

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Women’s Tennis

receive All-West Coast Conference honorable mention accolades as a doubles team. Mehndiratta, who also

doubles main draw title while freshmen Muzeen Ismath

received honorable mention in singles, joins two former

and Jack Schoebel won the doubles back draw title.

the contest with Loyola Marymount University Nov. 11

Zags as the only players in program history to receive

Chong and Sullivan also won the doubles back draw at

needing 12 digs to become the Gonzaga all-time single-

three All-WCC singles honors in their career. She played

the Boise State University Fall Classic.

season dig leader. She didn’t leave any doubt, collecting

all her singles matches at the No. 1 spot and was one of

Guillermo went on to become the program’s most

Powell, the Zags defensive specialist, headed into

25 in the Bulldogs 3-1 victory over the Lions to push her

three Bulldogs to post a team-best nine wins.

decorated player on the team. He started all his dual

season total to 450 and break the mark of 436 set by

Men’s Tennis

singles matches at the No. 1 position and at one point of

Linda Bushinski in 1986.

The Gonzaga University men’s tennis team was led by juniors Zhia Hwa Chong, Scott Sullivan and sophomore Levin Guillermo as the three Zags posted 10-plus singles wins for six-year head coach Peter

the season he pulled an upset victory over a nationallyranked opponent. He also received All-West Coast

Powell had increased her single-season leading dig total

Conference honorable mention and the Capital One

to 479 and closed out her 4-year career with 1,277 digs,

Academic All-District VIII second team accolade.

second most in school history and 26 shy of first place.

MacDonald’s club. From the start of the 2010–11

Volleyball

season, Chong and Sullivan turned in a team-best 15

Gonzaga University women’s volleyball player Allyson

wins together including seven in the spring.

Powell got her record; a mark that had stood in the

The Bulldogs had an impressive fall. In the season

When the final whistle blew on the 2011 campaign,

Gonzaga record book for 24 years. She was three shy of

opener at the Eastern Washington University/Gonzaga

breaking the-almost-elusive mark a year earlier but saved

University Classic, Chong and Sullivan claimed the

the well-deserved achievement for her senior campaign.

For her stellar season, Powell was named West Coast Conference honorable mention, the 17th Zag to earn such an honor. She also was named to the West Coast Conference All-Academic squad. Gonzaga ended the year with a 4-27 overall mark and 1-13 record in West Coast Conference action.

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GREATNESS RECORDS ACHIEVED AND AWARDS STUDENT-ATHLETE

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RECORDS AND AWARDS

Chris Boyle

Men’s Cross Country and Track

Gonzaga – 8K record of 25:08 at WCC Cross Country Championship Gonzaga – 5,000 meter record of 14:33.87 All-WCC

Cassie Geerdts

Women’s Soccer

Gonzaga – Tied for single season assists at 7 All-WCC Honorable Mention

Travis Johnsen

Men’s Golf

Gonzaga – Tied GU record for WCC Championship 54-hole score of 214 Gonzaga – Highest individual finish at WCC Championship All-WCC First Team

Cody Martin

Baseball

NCAA Division I leader in earned-run average at 0.86 Gonzaga – Single-season saves at 12 Gonzaga – Tied career pitching appearances at 88 Baseball America All-America First Team American Baseball Coaches Association/Rawlings Second Team All-West Region All-WCC National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association Stopper of the Year watch list Baseball America’s 2011 Midseason All-America team

Allyson Powell

Volleyball

Gonzaga – Single season dig record with 479 WCC All-Academic All-WCC Honorable Mention

Emily Thomas

Women’s Track

Gonzaga – 5,000 meter record of 17:15.18 Gonzaga – 10,000 meter record of 36:03.13

Courtney Vandersloot

Women’s Basketball

NCAA Division I leader in assists per game at 10.2 NCAA Division I leader in assist-to-turnover ratio at 3.08 NCAA Tournament Spokane Regional All-Tournament Team First player in NCAA Division I history, men’s or women’s, to score 2,000 points and dish out 1,000 assists. Finished Career Third in NCAA history in career assists at 1,118 NCAA – Single-season assists (367) WCC and Gonzaga – Career leader in games played (136), assists (1,118) and steals (366); and second in points scored (2,073) Gonzaga – Single-season scoring (712) Nancy Lieberman Award Winner Frances Pomeroy Naismith Award Winner John R. Wooden Award All-America WBCA/State Farm Coaches’ All-America Associated Press All-America Second Team USBWA All-America First Team WCC Player of the Year All-WCC WCC Tournament Most Valuable Player WCC All-Tournament Gonzaga Senior Female Athlete of the Year USA National Team Training Camp invitee Holiday Hoops Classic All-Tournament Team Waikiki Marriott Beach Rainbow Wahine Showdown All-Tournament Team Third Selection in the 2011 WNBA Draft

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AWARDS

STUDENT-ATHLETE

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AWARDS

Janelle Bekkering

Women’s Basketball

Capital One District VIII All-Academic First Team WCC All-Academic All-WCC Honorable Mention Represented Canada at 2010 FIBA World Championships

Jessica Howe

Women’s Golf

All-WCC Honorable Mention

Sheridan Jones

Women’s Soccer

National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) All-West Region All-WCC Second Team TopDrawerSoccer.com Top 100 Upperclass List WSU Invitational All-Tournament Team Gonzaga University All-Tournament Team

Madison Keaty

Women’s Rowing

All-WIRA Second Team

Women’s Golf

All-WCC First Team

Ryan Caballero

Men’s Soccer

WCC All-Freshman Team

Ryan Carpenter

Baseball

WCC Pitcher of the Year All-WCC All-WCC preseason team selection

Greg Carter

Men’s Soccer

WCC All-Freshman Team

Marquise Carter

Men’s Basketball

WCC Newcomer of Year

Tai Jade (TJ) Kliebphipat

Tyler Chism

Baseball

All-WCC

Sami Koppinger

Women’s Rowing

Stephanie Corey

Women’s Golf

All-WCC Honorable Mention

All-WCC All-WIRA First Team

Catherine Cullen

Women’s Soccer

All-WCC Honorable Mention

Andrew Krug

Men’s Rowing

All-WIRA First Team

Laura Day

Volleyball

WCC All-Academic

Eric Lane

Baseball

All-WCC Honorable Mention

Sam Dower

Men’s Basketball

WCC All-Freshman Team

Tatriana Lorenzo

Women’s Basketball

WCC All-Academic Honorable Mention

Cameron Edman

Baseball

Capital One Academic All-America Third Team Capital One District VIII All-Academic First Team ACBA/Rawlings First Team All-West Region All-WCC WCC Sportsmanship Award Winner

Nick Love

Men’s Soccer

All-WCC Honorable Mention

Rika Mehndiratta

Women’s Tennis

All-WCC Honorable Mention in doubles All-WCC Honorable Mention in singles

Kelly Olynyk

Men’s Basketball

WCC All-Academic Represented Canada at 2010 FIBA World Championships

James Partee

Men’s Soccer

All-WCC Honorable Mention

Mark Phillips

Baseball

All-WCC Honorable Mention

Christine Powers

Women’s Rowing

All-WIRA Second Team

Claire Raap

Women’s Basketball

WCC All-Academic

Katelan Redmon

Women’s Basketball

All-WCC

Sarah Rhodes

Women’s Soccer

WSU Invitational All-Tournament Team

Brad Rickel

Women’s Golf

WCC Coach of Year

Ashley Riley

Women’s Soccer

Gonzaga University All-Tournament Team

Robert Sacre

Men’s Basketball

All-WCC First Team National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) All-District 9 First Team Represented Canada at 2010 FIBA World Championships

Rachel Schlosser

Women’s Rowing

All-WCC All-WIRA First Team

Stefan Thor Eysteinsson

Men’s Soccer

All-WCC Second Team

Victoria Fallgren

Women’s Golf

All-WCC First Team

Danielle Farmer

Women’s Tennis

All-WCC Honorable Mention in doubles

Colin Flynn

Men’s Soccer

All-WCC Honorable Mention

Philippe Garre

Men’s Soccer

All-WCC Honorable Mention

Marco Gonzales

Baseball

Louisville Slugger Freshmen All-America Team National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association (NCBWA) First Team Freshmen All-America Louisville Slugger TPX All-America Third Team ACBA/Rawlings Second Team All-West Region WCC Co-Player of the Year WCC Co-Freshman of the Year All-WCC WCC All-Freshman Team

Kelly Graves

Women’s Basketball

WCC Coach of the Year

Steven Gray

Men’s Basketball

John R. Wooden Award Preseason Watch List All-WCC First Team National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) All-District 9 First Team Gonzaga Male Senior Athlete of the Year

Kayla Standish

Women’s Basketball

All-WCC WCC All-Tournament World University Games Team Trials Invitee Holiday Hoops Classic All-Tournament Team USA World University Games invitee

Levin Guillermo

Men’s Tennis

Capital One District VIII All-Academic Second Team All-WCC Honorable Mention in singles

Sage Suffecool

Women’s Golf

All-WCC Honorable Mention

Elle Sweeney

Women’s Soccer

All-WCC Honorable Mention WCC All-Academic Gonzaga Female Senior Scholar-Athlete of the Year Gonzaga University All-Tournament Team

Denise Van de Mortel

Volleyball

U.S. National Team, U.S. National A2 Program and U.S. Junior National Team open tryout participant

David Wayne

Men’s Rowing

All-WIRA Second Team

Connor Wege

Men’s Rowing

All-WIRA First Team

Matt White

Men’s Rowing

All-WIRA First Team

Hannah Winters

Women’s Rowing

All-WIRA First Team

Nick Hamer

Men’s Soccer

WCC All-Freshman Team All-WCC Honorable Mention

Elias Harris

Men’s Basketball

John R. Wooden Award Preseason Watch List Naismith Award Preseason Watch List Represented Germany at 2010 FIBA World Championships All-WCC Honorable Mention

Collin Harrison Mike Hart

Men’s Soccer Men’s Basketball

All-WCC Honorable Mention Gonzaga Male Senior Scholar-Athlete of the Year WCC All-Academic

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The Office of Student-Athlete Support Services

to providing individualized academic support to

(SASS) is a multifaceted support team guided by a

assist every Gonzaga student-athlete reach the

mission to continuously improve the student-athlete

goals he/she has established. Academics strive to

experience at Gonzaga through a broad range of

cultivate an environment where personal growth can

support programs and initiatives. SASS emerged

be found through Athletic Department educational

from the Athletic Department’s long-standing

programs, leadership opportunities, as well as

commitment to excellence in the classroom and

community service events and projects. Through

excellence on the playing field. It is part of our

constant collaboration with other campus offices,

mission to support and prepare our athletes for life

SASS is committed to ensuring student-athletes are

after sport and the world that awaits them. In order

connected members of the Gonzaga community at

to help our student-athletes make the most of their

large and feel the same sense of community, shared

experiences here at Gonzaga, SASS is committed

experiences, and values as their fellow students.

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IMPROVE

2010–11

FALL

SPRING

Baseball

3.09

3.11

Men’s Basketball

2.85

2.96

Women’s Basketball

3.28

3.26

Men’s XC/Track

3.23

3.14

Women’s XC/Track

3.49

3.50

Men’s Golf

3.15

3.03

Women’s Golf

3.56

3.45

Men’s Rowing

3.06

3.10

Women’s Rowing

3.21

3.32

Men’s Soccer

3.24

3.29

Women’s Soccer

3.46

3.50

Men’s Tennis

3.68

3.32

Women’s Tennis

3.44

3.35

Women’s Volleyball

3.18

3.47

Department

3.25

3.26


athletics throughout their careers here at Gonzaga.

maintain an outstanding 3.23 cumulative GPA for the

Zags, 20 of whom graduated with honors. We are so

Congratulations are also in order for the 151 Zags who

Department. Our student-athlete graduation rate has

proud of the graduating seniors who have so expertly

placed on the Dean’s and President’s lists for the 2010–

once again improved, mirroring that of the general student

demonstrated the balance between academics and

11 academic year, all of whom contributed to helping

population of Gonzaga University at an impressive 81%!

GOALS

GONZAGA UNIVERSITY DEPARTMENT OF INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS

ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE

In May SASS celebrated alongside 56 graduating

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LIFE SKILLS

Life Skills Program

commitment areas in alignment with the NCAA’s

In upholding the mission of Gonzaga University, the

Student-Athlete Affairs Department: athletic excellence,

Athletic Department and Student-Athlete Support

academic excellence, personal development, career

Services: Life Skills Program strives to enhance the

development and service. To support student-athletes

overall experience of Gonzaga’s student-athletes by

on and off the playing field and to prepare them for

developing each individual within the Jesuit philosophy

life after college, the program works collaboratively

of cura personalis, care of the whole person. The

with campus and community partners to further

program provides educational opportunities, services

efforts in providing programs and services that help

and resources that enrich the total development

develop transferable skills athletically, academically,

of Gonzaga student-athletes by focusing on five

personally and professionally.

COMMITMENT » Academic Excellence » Athletic Excellence » Personal Development » Career Development » Community Outreach

Community Outreach HOURS TRACKED BY THE LIFE SKILLS PROGRAM

» Fall 2010: 683

(Fall 2009: 454)

Spring 2011: 846 (Spring 2010: 584) Total 2010–11: 1,529 (2009–10: 1,038)

» 254 student-athletes » 1 5 Teams: Baseball Men’s Basketball Women’s Basketball Men’s Cross Country/Track & Field Women’s Cross Country/Track & Field Women’s Golf Men’s Rowing Women’s Rowing Men’s Soccer

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Above: Baseball displaying their support for the American Childhood Cancer Organization: Billy Moon Center: Women’s Soccer at The Boys & Girls Club: back> Casey Gould, Katie Spangenberg, Emily Hutchins, Kailey Kiefus, front> Anna Lund Right: Cross Country at the Hutton Settlement: Brenn Donnelly & Chris Boyle Below: Men’s Basketball at The Boys & Girls Club: Marquise Carter and Madu Cole

COMMUNITY PARTNERS American Childhood Cancer Organization of the Inland Northwest Bloomsday Race The Boys & Girls Club of Spokane County

LOCAL SCHOOLS L’Arche Spokane

Garfield Elementary

Martin Luther King, Jr. Family Outreach Center

Grant Elementary

Northeast Community Center Northeast Youth Center

Women’s Soccer

Campfire Girls

Men’s Tennis

Campus Kitchens

Women’s Tennis

Habitat for Humanity

Ronald McDonald House of Charities

Volleyball

Hutton Settlement

Soles4Souls

Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation

Spokane Humane Society

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Union Gospel Mission

Ness Elementary Prairie View Elementary Rathdrum Elementary St. Aloysius School


to educate the Zags on making decisions to reach their peak performance. Nationally renowned health and wellness experts, Leslie Bonci (M.P.H., R.D., C.S.S.D., L.D.N., Director of Sports Nutrition, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center) and Linda Hancock (Ph.D., F.N.P., Director of the Wellness Resource Center, R.N.C., Virginia Commonwealth University) were

inaugural WCC sportsmanship

programs included a Graduate

awards, including the Institutional

School Workshop, Senior Etiquette

Sportsmanship Award for 2011.

Dinner and Financial Planning

This award recognizes the WCC

Workshop. A Résumé Workshop

institution who received the most

and the annual Senior Career

sportsmanship points, earned

Night were also offered to student-

through team sportsmanship

athletes, preparing them for life

winners and institutional

after graduation and athletics. The

sportsmanship actions. Gonzaga’s

Career Center, Gonzaga Alumni

Men’s Soccer, Men’s Basketball,

Mentor Program (GAMP), Financial

Women’s Basketball and Women’s

Aid Office, student-athlete alumni

Golf teams received their

and guest employers were featured

respective Team Sportsmanship

speakers at the events.

Awards. In addition to the

OCTOBER

GU was awarded several

throughout 2010–11. New

SEPTEMBER

SPORTSMANSHIP

graduate programs were held

Brenn Donnelly Women’s Cross Country/ Track & Field

Catherine Cullen Women’s Soccer

Chris Boyle Men’s Cross Country/ Track & Field

Mike Gore Men’s Rowing

brought to GU to present on living

» Networking with Alumni

a healthy lifestyle.

GU continues to maintain a

Baseball’s Cameron Edman was

» Sports Nutrition

forum through Career Athletes

named the 2011 WCC’s Male

(careerathletes.com) for

Individual Sportsmanship Award

current Zags to connect with

winner. Nominations for the awards

student-athlete alumni. The

were submitted by GU’s S.A.A.C.

online community provides the

and were selected by the WCC

opportunity for current and former

S.A.A.C. Candidates were voted

Zags to network with one another

for demonstrating the values of

as mentors and mentees and also

respect, honesty and integrity

offers job and internship postings

through their athletic participation.

for companies specifically seeking

The WCC’s “Represent”

to employ collegiate student-

sportsmanship campaign

A student-athlete selected as Zag of the Month exhibits effort

athletes. Alumni are encouraged to

launched during the 2010–11

and excellence in academics, leadership, integrity, campus

stay connected with the Zag family

year, which included the inaugural

involvement, community service, dedication to team and

by joining the network as mentors.

sportsmanship awards and

the ability to serve as a role model for current and future

In addition to Career Athletes, a

promotion of good sportsmanship

GU students and student-athletes. Each month S.A.A.C.

LinkedIn group offers another way

at each WCC campus.

nominates and selects one of their peers for the award. GONZAGA UNIVERSITY DEPARTMENT OF INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS

team, addressing specific nutritional guidelines and dietary recommendations unique to their respective sport.

» Alcohol Awareness In collaboration with GU’s Student Wellness Resource Center, Hancock came to GU in March to present on the effects alcohol use has on student-athletes and its relationship to athletic performance.

Denise Van de Mortel Volleyball

APRIL

and met with each individual

Courtney Vandersloot Women’s Basketball

MARCH

Bonci visited campus in October

Institutional and Team awards,

LIFE SKILLS

nutrition and alcohol awareness

A variety of career and post-

DECEMBER

programming addressed sports

connect with one another.

FEBRUARY

athlete well-being, specific

» Events

NOVEMBER

With a focus on overall student-

for alumni and current Zags to

JANUARY

HEALTH AND WELLNESS

CAREER DEVELOPMENT

ZAG OF THE MONTH

Personal and Career Development

Andy Hunter Baseball

Matt White Men’s Rowing

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LIFE SKILLS

PRIDE PRIDE is a friendly competition meant to promote mutual support and fellowship among the many athletic teams that comprise our Zag family. PRIDE also recognizes commitment to Gonzaga University’s mission of creating a “mature concern for others” through community outreach and service. Teams have the opportunity to earn points by supporting student-athletes at designated home athletic events, participating in Life Skills personal and career development programming, community outreach and team academic achievement.

2010–11 Top 5 Finishers

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Women’s Rowing Women’s Soccer Men’s Rowing Women’s Cross Country Women’s Tennis

Student-Athlete Leadership Institute The inaugural Student-Athlete Leadership Institute took place during the 2010–11 year. The Institute is designed to further develop a generation of student-athlete leaders in the

Campus Collaborations

multiple roles they serve, as mentors on their

Career Center

respective teams, S.A.A.C. team representatives

Center for Community Action and Service-Learning (CCASL)

and role models within the Department, on

Counseling Center

campus and in the community. Select S.A.A.C.

Foley Library

representatives were chosen to participate in

Gonzaga Alumni Mentor Program (GAMP)

the Institute where they acquired applicable

Gonzaga Peers Listening and Understanding Students (G+)

skills through personal reflection, behavior and

Leadership Resource Center

leadership style assessments, team building

Programming Board

exercises, a leadership-themed etiquette dinner

Residence Life

and group discussions facilitated by leaders

Student Wellness Resource Center

from across campus. Participants also learned

University Ministry

techniques to be effective peer role models on

Unity Multicultural Education Center (UMEC/Unity House)

campus by completing the BACCHUS Network Certified Peer Educator Training Program.

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Above: back> Kyle Huus, Emma Dolcetti, Royce Bolinger, Matthew White, Shannon Reader, Tate Kelly, Mitch Weller front> Caitlyn Salo, Laura Day, Allyson Powell, Tatriana Lorenzo and Brenn Donnelly Below: Participating in team building exercises.

Building


S.A.A.C. COLLECTIONS

» 2 nd Annual Campus Kitchens Food Drive, WBB game

S.A.A.C. is comprised of representatives from each of

(November)

Gonzaga athletic teams whose main purpose is to serve

> 391 pounds of food and $1,172 collected

as a voice for student-athlete welfare within Gonzaga’s

> Benefited approximately 1,500 community

Athletic Department, the WCC and the NCAA. In order to build camaraderie across all of Gonzaga’s varsity teams,

members

» 3 rd Annual Soles4Souls Shoe Collection, MBB game

S.A.A.C. sponsored events throughout the 2010–11

(January)

year including: Welcome Back Bowling Night, the first

> Conference-wide service project and competition

Student-Athlete Winter Formal and a Safe Tailgater prior

> 1,660 pairs of shoes collected and distributed

to Baseball’s WCC home opener. S.A.A.C. also played an integral role in community outreach projects this year

LIFE SKILLS

Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (S.A.A.C.)

world-wide

» 5 th Annual Page Ahead Book Drive, WBB game

by continuing their annual collections at home basketball

(February)

games, benefiting GU’s Campus Kitchens, Page Ahead

> 1,153 books and nearly $300 collected

and Soles4Souls. Baseball Tailgater, Team Representatives: Shannon Reader and Brenn Donnelly Welcome Back Bowling Night, Women’s Rowing: Katie Gandolfo, Abby Barr, Rachel Wright, Tayler Drake Rachel Rowland, Christy Mentele and Grace Ditzler

Soles4Souls Shoe Collection, Team Representatives: Rika Mehndiratta, Katey Pennington and Victoria Fallgren

S.A.A.C. OFFICERS

Matt White Men’s Rowing President

Allyson Powell Volleyball Vice President

Tatriana Lorenzo Women’s Basketball Treasurer

Kaprina Goodwin Volleyball Secretary

Brenn Donnelly Women’s Cross Country/ Track & Field Volunteer Chair

Emma Dolcetti Women’s Soccer Media Chair

Caitlyn Salo Women’s Soccer Creativity Chair

GONZAGA UNIVERSITY DEPARTMENT OF INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS

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ACADEMIC PROGRESS RATE

EXCEED Gonzaga University continues to shine in the NCAA’s Academic Performance Program.

APR rates are calculated each and every semester

this year by the NCAA for being in the top 10 percent

and are attached not only to institutions, but also to

of national APR scores in their respective sports. This

individual head coaches. The NCAA currently uses an

year Gonzaga’s collective Athletic Department APR

APR score of 925 as its cut-off for acceptable retention

registered at 989, the highest institutional APR in the

Starting in 2004, the NCAA initiated a set of academic

and support of student-athletes; schools falling under

West Coast Conference (WCC). We are also proud

reforms that brought forth the Academic Progress

that standard may be subject to NCAA penalties ranging

to report that all Gonzaga athletic teams exceeded

Rate (APR). This rate is a scale which represents

from scholarship limits and/or reductions to potential

the average APR score within the WCC as well as the

an institution’s ability to retain and maintain their

elimination of postseason play opportunities.

NCAA for their respective sports.

scholarship student-athlete’s academic eligibility and

Gonzaga is proud to have once again received

citizenship. The rate ranges from 0-1,000 (with 1,000

recognition from the NCAA as a result of our strong

education and support provided to each and every one

representing all student-athletes for a given year being

APR scores. Our Men’s Basketball, Men’s Soccer and

of our student-athletes, but also the commitment our

both retained and academically eligible for competition).

Women’s Golf teams have been publicly recognized

coaches and Athletic Department make to every Zag.

Our APR success is a testament not only to the

WEST COAST CONFERENCE ACADEMIC PROGRESS RATES (APR) Gonzaga

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MBB

WBB

BASE

MXC

WXC

MGOLF

WGOLF

WROW

MSOC

WSOC

MTEN

WTEN

MTRACK

WTRACK

VOLLEY

991 1000 998

992

990

987

990

990

992

994

967

982

950

981

962

988

984

981

966

952

978

995

968

1000

976

982

984

993

1000

985

981

970

986

992

Loyola Marymount

941

969

963

962

987

1000

Pepperdine

901

964

979

930

967

1000

978

Portland

969

995

982

984

992

991

981

St. Mary’s

953

959

962

976

971

965

993

979

973

984

968

San Diego

951

986

935

971

978

969

991

946

983

980

963

San Francisco

910

954

957

976

986

988

991

963

973

992

991

Santa Clara

965

982

958

970

987

992

986

1000

959

968

931

WCC Average

947

974

963

969

983

987

987

993

968

982

973

NCAA Average

945

968

959

970

977

971

983

985

967

978

970

2010–11 ANNUAL REPORT

982

963

990 992

995

984

983

984

991

985

1000

984

979

976

989

988

979

962

972

978


with Gonzaga Athletics—employees, student-athletes, individuals (“boosters”) and organizations promoting Bulldog athletics interests—to be in full compliance of NCAA, West Coast Conference and institutional rules. According to NCAA rules, once an individual has been identified as an institutional “representative of athletics interest,” the individual retains that title for life. Gonzaga University is ultimately responsible for

YOU GONZAGA’S ATHLETICS

COMPLIANCE

It is the shared responsibility of all those associated

the behavior of all athletics representatives in relation to NCAA rules and regulations. Violations of NCAA regulations by an athletics representative could result in the loss of eligibility for involved student-athletes (e.g., no participation in competitions) and/or severe sanctions against the University (e.g., loss of scholarships, television bans and post-season bans) and/or the disassociation with that individual.

1. You have ever been a member of any organization promoting Gonzaga’s athletic program (ie. the Bulldog Club). 2. You have ever made financial contributions to the Gonzaga University Athletic Department. 3. You have ever been a season ticket holder in any sport. 4. You have ever helped to arrange employment of or provided any benefits to prospective student-athletes. 5. You have ever promoted the athletic programs at Gonzaga University.

As a representative of athletics interest there are rules to remember when it comes to assisting Gonzaga’s student-athletes.

» An athletic representative may not provide any type

a two-year college. The only individuals that are

are caught leaving messages for recruits on any web

permitted to recruit are Gonzaga’s coaching staff for

page, penalties could be as severe as disassociation

of extra benefit to a prospective or enrolled student-

each respective sport. Please forward the prospect

athlete or their family or friends. Examples of extra

student-athlete to Gonzaga Athletics for information

benefits include, but are not limited to, cash, gifts,

regarding the athletic programs.

loans or the co-signing of loans, a vehicle or use of a

» An athletics representative may not employ or

of your relationship with Gonzaga Athletics.

» Always ask before you act. If you are unsure of any of the regulations between prospective or current student-athletes and athletics representative, please

vehicle, payment for or arrangement of transportation,

arrange for the employment of a prospective student-

do not hesitate to contact the athletic department

free or reduced cost goods or services, free or

athlete until after he or she has signed a National

compliance office.

reduced cost housing, concert or sporting tickets. An

Letter of Intent and has completed their senior year

individual can become an athletics representative, if

of high school. You may employ a current student-

Follow the NCAA rules and we can ensure the success

not previously identified as a athletics representative,

athlete provided he or she has registered their job

of Gonzaga Athletics. If you have any questions

if he or she provides such benefits.

with the athletic department compliance office.

regarding NCAA rules or regulations, please contact the

» As an athletics representative, you may not be

» An athletics representative may not have written

involved in recruiting a prospective student-athlete.

correspondence with a prospective student-athlete.

A prospective student-athlete is a student who has

This includes leaving written messages for recruits

started classes for the ninth grade or is enrolled at

on Facebook, MySpace, or Twitter web pages. If you

Compliance Office at compliance@athletics.gonzaga.edu.

GONZAGA UNIVERSITY DEPARTMENT OF INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS

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FINANCES

The annual goal of the Athletic

rise, the Athletic Department has once

is a prime example of the Department’s

form of excess net revenues. This has

Department is to effectively develop

again operated within a balanced budget

commitment to operating in a fiscally

allowed Gonzaga Athletics to become

and manage a balanced operational

and continued to reduce debt. The

responsible and disciplined manner.

increasingly less reliant on institutional

budget, while at the same time grow

ability to generate excess net revenue

current revenue streams and identify new

dollars to fund enhancements, while still

consistent with growth of the overall

revenue streams for Gonzaga Athletics.

making both scheduled and additional

University, with enhancements coming

Although operating costs continue to

payments towards its debt obligations,

through self-generated funds in the

0.38%

2.23%

2.07%

Institutional Scholarship Support

4.44%

Annual Fundraising and Contributions

19.27%

12.70%

2010–11 ANNUAL REPORT

REVENUE Institutional Scholarship Support

$3,504,753

Annual Fundraising and Contributions

$2,309,587

Direct Institutional Support

$8,267,489

Ticket Sales

$1,189,842

Ticket Sales

Sponsorship and Media Royalties

$1,125,000

Merchandise Sales, Concessions & Catering

$376,934

Endowments

$131,351

Merchandise Sales, Concessions & Catering

Facility Rental Athletic Guarantees

$405,928

Endowments

NCAA/WCC Distributions

$807,822

Facility Rental

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the University’s general budget.

Direct Institutional Support

Sponsorship and Media Royalties

6.54%

45.45%

support, thus diminishing the impact on

INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETIC REVENUE

0.72%

6.19%

Athletic Department growth has been

Athletic Guarantees

$69,956

TOTAL

$18,188,662

NCAA/WCC Distributions

GROWTH


Personnel

4.19%

Scholarships 10.96%

33.95%

2.21%

$6,172,778

Scholarships

$3,504,753

Team Travel

$2,281,436

Recruiting

$401,659

Recruiting

Uniforms & Equipment

$447,932

Uniforms & Equipment

Game Guarantees

Game Guarantees

General & Administrative

$1,993,499

General & Administrative

Physical Plant & Utilities

$762,646

Debt Service

2.46%

Personnel

Team Travel

Physical Plant & Utilities

2.86%

EXPENSES

$519,729

Debt Service

$568,253

Debt Reduction

$1,535,977 TOTAL

Debt Reduction

FINANCES

3.12%

INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETIC EXPENSES

8.44%

$18,188,662

12.54% 19.27%

INSTITUTIONAL SUPPORT* VS. ATHLETIC GENERATED FUNDS

Why is benefactor support so critical? Gifts are instrumental in providing critical funding to our talented student-athletes for the opportunity of a world class experience—academically, athletically and socially.

NON-SCHOLARSHIP EXPENDITURES Funded by Institutional Support

$8,267,489

Funded by Athletic Revenues

$6,416,420 TOTAL

43.70%

Institutional Support 56.30%

Athletic Generated Funds *Excluding Scholarships

$14,683,909

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2010–11 ANNUAL REPORT

LMU

PEP

PORT

SCU

SMC

USD

USF

SCU

SMC

USD

USF

$12,117

$25,018

USF

30

$19,887

USD

of being a fully-funded program.

$13,861

SMC

leaves it 48.35 scholarships short

$12,197

5,000

SCU

Gonzaga competes, which

SCHOLARSHIP EQUIVALENTS

allowed for sports in which

$20,494

15,000 10,000

aid and aid per participant.

maximum of 149.2 scholarships

$16,876

25,000 20,000

total athletically-related student

scholarships towards the NCAA

$10,967

30,000

*Based on West Coast Conference scholarship survey for fiscal year 2010–11

the West Coast Conference in

Gonzaga offered 100.85

PORT

other seven member schools of

$5,503,955

PORT

Gonzaga still lags behind the

$5,937,443

PEP

annual budget. Nonetheless,

$5,329,629

PEP

Athletics must fund out of its

$4,920,810

3,500,000 3,000,000

LMU

requirement that Gonzaga

$4,427,505

4,500,000 4,000,000

LMU

This is an annual budgetary

$5,410,388

5,500,000 5,000,000

GONZAGA

expense of over $4 million.

$7,273,626

6,000,000

GONZAGA

equates to a total scholarship

AID PER PARTICIPANT

2010–11 school year, which

$4,036,017

7,000,000 6,500,000

*Based on West Coast Conference scholarship survey for fiscal year 2010–11

A full scholarship at Gonzaga was valued at $40,020 for the

GONZAGA

ATHLETICALLY-RELATED STUDENT AID

FINANCES

EXTRA

8,000,000 7,500,000

100.85

141

102.82

104.98

97

110.39

110.99

107.6

140 130 120 110 100 90 80

*Based on West Coast Conference scholarship survey for fiscal year 2010–11


Tournament championship game against St. Mary’s

the last 17 games of the 2003–04 season televised, the

televised on ESPNU. Gonzaga’s First and Second

Bulldogs have a streak of 251 straight regular-season

Round NCAA Tournament games from the McCarthey

and post-season games being televised. The Bulldogs

Athletic Center against Iowa and UCLA were televised

appeared locally on KHQ-TV, regionally on FSN and

on ESPN2, and games in the NCAA Regional against

nationally on the ESPN family of stations and CBS. All

Louisville and Stanford from the Spokane Arena were

games were also aired on 1510 KGA radio, and two new

televised on ESPN. For the second straight season all

stations joined the radio network last season—1410

games—home and away—were broadcast on radio with

KTEL in Walla Walla was aboard for the entire season

either 101.1 KEYF-FM or 1510 KGA airing the games.

while 960 AM KALE in the Tri-Cities aired the last 12

Baseball also landed into the television limelight as

regular-season and post-season contests.

eight games were televised locally as well as 16 games

Women’s basketball was afforded 17 television Gonzaga University continued to gain media exposure

appearances locally, regionally and nationally, an

opportunities in 2010–11.

increase of 11 from the previous season. Eight West

being broadcast on the radio on 1510 KGA and KEFY 1050 AM. On the print side, the Bulldogs garnered attention

Coast Conference games were among the 17 televised

coast-to-coast from the Spokesman-Review locally

generated the bulk of the exposure through print,

and 11 of the 17 broadcasts originated from the

to the New York Times, from Sports Illustrated to The

website, radio and television.

McCarthey Athletic Center. Seven games were aired

Sporting News, and on the internet on all of the major

nationally, five of them during Gonzaga’s post-season

sports sites such as ESPN.com, CBSsports.com,

run to the NCAA Elite Eight beginning with the WCC

Foxsports.com, SI.com and Sportingnews.com.

Men’s and women’s basketball and baseball

Men’s basketball had every regular-season and post-season game televised in 2010–11, a trend that

BASEBALL

MEN’S BASKETBALL

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

TELEVISION

TELEVISION

TELEVISION

36 of 36 games appeared on television (including exhibition)

17 of 36 games appeared on television (up from 11 the previous year)

8

TOTAL # OF GAMES

2

SWX (at Washington State, San Francisco)

2

BYU TV (at BYU)

4

GU TV (New Mexico, San Diego-2 games, Saint Mary’s)

RADIO 16

Spokane (1510 KGA, KEYF—1050 AM)

3

ESPN (Illinois, Memphis, Saint Mary’s/WCC Tournament)

2

ESPN (Louisville/NCAA Tournament, Stanford/NCAA Tournament)

11

ESPN2 (San Diego State, Kansas State, Notre Dame, Baylor, Xavier, Oklahoma State, Saint Mary’s, at Portland, at LMU, at Saint Mary’s, San Francisco/WCC Tournament)

2

ESPN2 (Iowa/NCAA Tournament, UCLA/NCAA Tournament)

1

ESPNU (Saint Mary’s/WCC Tournament)

2

CBS College Sports (at Pepperdine, at Saint Mary’s)

8

SWX (Whitman, Stanford, EWU, Santa Clara, San Francisco, Portland, LMU, San Diego)

1

Fox College Sports Central, Midco Sports Network (at North Dakota)

1

GU TV (Pepperdine)

2

ESPNU (Marquette, at Santa Clara)

18

KHQ, KAYU, FSN and/or Universal Sports (in Seattle)

2

CBS (St. John’s/NCAA Tournament, BYU/NCAA Tournament)

RADIO

MEDIA EXPOSURE

BOUNDARIES

has been ongoing since the 2004–05 campaign. With

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Spokane (1510 KGA & KEYF—101.1 FM)

36

Walla Walla (1490 KTEL) >new affiliate for this season<

RADIO

12

Tri-Cities (960 AM KALE) >new affiliate for this season<

36 games appeared on radio (KEYF—1050 AM or 1510 KGA)

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Endowments

KEEPS

GIVING

2010–11 ANNUAL REPORT

Endowments allow Gonzaga Athletics to establish a solid foundation for the funding of programs and scholarships. In creating an endowment, your gift is placed in a fund which will be invested each year so that its earnings can build on the gift you have given. It truly is the “gift that keeps on giving.” While all gifts are special and appreciated, gifts made to establish and support an endowment allow donors to have a truly lasting impact on Gonzaga student-athletes now and in perpetuity.


FACILITIES & MAJOR GIFTS

Tennis/Golf Facility & Soccer Stadium A key component to the athletic success of Gonzaga student-athletes and overall fan enjoyment is the availability of modern on-campus athletic facilities. While these facilities have had an extremely positive impact on our program, a number of our sports remain at a competitive and recruiting disadvantage due to inadequate athletic facilities compared with peer institutions. In the coming years, Gonzaga Athletics will continue to invest in infrastructure to enhance the experience of our student-athletes and showcase our program. Construction on Phase I of the Gonzaga Soccer Stadium was completed in 2009 and included the main playing field and practice field, the plaza, press box, main ticket booth, berms and site landscaping. Phases II, III, and IV will include construction of the main grandstands, locker rooms, concessions, restrooms, and the installation of stadium lights. Once funds are secured, construction on the final three phases of the Soccer Stadium can continue. Construction of a Tennis & Golf facility will provide a permanent home for both programs, and include six tennis courts and an indoor golf practice area, as well as menâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s and womenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s locker rooms and coaches offices. This facility will allow for optimal scheduling and yearround practice, greatly enhancing the student-athlete experience and better preparing our student-athletes for competitive success.

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WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

MARKETING & TICKETS

2009–10

2010–11

Season Ticket Totals

1,986

Average Attendance

2,937

Total Group Tickets

4,835

2,756 4,060 5,180

ALL-TIME SINGLE GAME ATTENDANCE

2ND ROUND

TOTAL

Knoxville, Tennessee (U. of Tennessee)

7,948

9,007

16,955

Waco, Texas (Baylor)

8,368

8,436

16,804

Stanford, California (Stanford)

6,515

5,907

12,422

Storrs, Connecticut (UConn)

6,418

5,729

12,147

5,632

5,804

11,436

College Park, Maryland (U. of Maryland)

5,258

4,493

9,751

Columbus, Ohio (Ohio State)

5,689

3,881

9,570

Wichita, Kansas (Wichita State)

4,806

4,242

9,048

2.26.2005

Cincinnati, Ohio (Xavier)

4,003

4,065

8,068

3.21.2011

Shreveport, Louisiana (Louisiana Tech)

5,377

2,173

7,550

University Park, Pennsylvania (Penn State)

3,997

3,276

7,273

Durham, North Carolina (Duke)

3,309

3,644

6,953

Auburn, Alabama (Auburn)

3,383

2,214

5,597

2.

vs. San Diego

2.26.2011

3.

6,000

vs. Tennessee

12.30.2008

4.

5,825

vs. Portland

vs. Stanford

1ST ROUND

Spokane, Washington (Gonzaga)

6,000* 6,000*

1.

2011 NCAA CHAMPIONSHIP FIRST & SECOND ROUND ATTENDANCE CITY, STATE (HOST)

11.21.2010

7.

5,804* 5,632* 4,917

8.

4,829

vs. Pepperdine

2.20.2010

4,744

Charlottesville, Virginia (U. of Virginia)

3,763

1,362

5,125

9.

vs. Pepperdine

2.12.2011

Albuquerque, New Mexico (U. of New Mexico)

2,278

1,877

4,155

10.

4,259

vs. Washington

11.22.2009

Salt Lake City, Utah (U. of Utah)

2,366

1,567

3,933

5. 6.

vs. UCLA vs. Iowa

3.19.2011

vs. Portland

2.4.2011

*Sold out game

2010–11 STUDENT ATTENDANCE

1.

1,917

vs. Pepperdine

4.16.2010

Women’s Soccer

947

2.

1,514

vs. Saint Mary’s

4.20.2007

Men’s Soccer

704

3.

1,376

vs. LMU

5.23.2009

Volleyball

764

4.

1,364

vs. San Francisco

5.29.2011

Women’s Basketball

5.

1,310

vs. Oregon State

4.29.2008

Men’s Basketball

6.

1,256

7.

1,216

vs. LMU

5.22.2009

8.

1,072

vs. LMU

5.15.2009

9.

1,029

vs. LMU

5.16.2009

10.

941

vs. San Diego

vs. Saint Mary’s

4.8.2011

Baseball

1,684 14,240 2,832

TOTAL

21,151

5.1.2009

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SINGLE GAME TICKETS PURCHASED BY BULLDOG CLUB MEMBERS

MEN’S BASKETBALL

BASEBALL ALL-TIME SINGLE GAME ATTENDANCE

OPPONENT Southern Oregon

DATE

SOLD

11.5.2010

156

Southern

11.12.2010

93

IUPUI

11.14.2010

93

San Diego State

11.16.2010

114

Eastern Washington

11.30.2010

315

Lewis-Clark State

12.16.2010

271

Xavier

12.22.2010

365

Lafayette

12.29.2010

607

Oklahoma State

12.31.2010

344

1.8.2011

633

Pepperdine

1.13.2011

108

Santa Clara

2.17.2011

155

San Francisco

2.19.2011

126

Cal State-Bakersfield

2.28.2011

237

Portland

TOTAL

3,617


The mission of the Bulldog Club is to support the prioritized needs of Gonzaga University’s Department of Intercollegiate Athletics and its student-athletes through annual financial contributions reflecting a commitment to equitable opportunities for student-athletes, coaches and staff.

About the Bulldog Club The Bulldog Club is the official annual fundraising organization dedicated to supporting Gonzaga Athletics. Gifts to the Bulldog Club are instrumental in providing critical funding to our talented student-athletes for the opportunity of a world class experience—academically, athletically and socially.

How are Bulldog Club donations utilized?

» Equipment The annual equipment expense for our programs

We strive to provide state-of-the-art facilities that not

climbs each year. We are tasked with providing our

only offer a competitive advantage for our student-

student-athletes the most competitive, functional

athletes, coaches and fans, but also give our coaches

and up-to-date equipment possible. Donations to

the tools for recruiting the finest academic and athletic

the Bulldog Club are vital to offset the budgetary

talent.

constraints of outfitting our teams. SCHOLARSHIPS The cost of the 100 student-athlete scholarships awarded by Gonzaga Athletics amount to more than

TEAM (PROGRAM) BUDGETS

$4 million annually. Gifts to the Bulldog Club assist in

The Gonzaga Athletic Department provides operational

covering the scholarship expense for student-athletes

budgets for 16 varsity sports. These budgets (partially

representing Gonzaga University.

funded through gifts to the Bulldog Club) include all of the components necessary for our programs to compete at the Division I level.

» Recruiting

Gonzaga coaches recruit some of the highest caliber student-athletes in the country. To continue to be successful it is imperative we provide our coaches with the resources to recruit both nationally and internationally.

» Travel

A unique part of the Gonzaga experience for any student-athlete is the ability to play in top competitions nationally. Annual cost increases in the travel industry require additional funding to support our goal of national competitiveness.

FACILITIES

ACADEMIC SUPPORT SERVICES A commitment to academic excellence drives each Bulldog. Gifts to the Bulldog Club assist in providing the necessary academic tools to enable student-athletes to manage the rigors of balancing their academic endeavors and their athletic pursuits.

BULLDOG CLUB

IMPACT

Mission Statement

Annual giving to the Bulldog Club bridges the important funding gap between institutional support and departmental priorities allowing Gonzaga Athletics to field impactful programs. As a Bulldog Club member, you can enjoy the pride of investing in our studentathletes and their success; your membership makes their success possible. Supporting the Bulldog Club is the best way to help Gonzaga student-athletes pursue their academic and athletic ambitions. More than 300 student-athletes in 16 sports benefit from the Bulldog Club every year. Your gift allows the Athletic Department to respond to their changing needs and ever-expanding opportunities. We can continue to honor our proud winning

ATHLETIC TRAINING AND STRENGTH &

tradition as we build great Gonzaga teams for the

CONDITIONING

future, but we need you on our team. With your support,

Competitive success of Gonzaga student-athletes falls on

Gonzaga can continue to recruit, educate and train

far more than our coaches. The Strength & Conditioning

the best and brightest student-athletes. In giving to

staff maintains the physical development of our athletes

the Bulldog Club, you are supporting the Zags in our

through a combination of strength and agility training. Our

mission of excellence and outstanding representation of

Athletic Training staff ensures proper precautions and

Gonzaga University to the nation.

treatment are made available for each student-athlete. GONZAGA UNIVERSITY DEPARTMENT OF INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS

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Benefactors to Gonzaga Athletics provide the necessary funds to the Athletic Department through

$7,500–$9,999 made to specific needs or sports programs (reflective of giving for the fiscal year 2011; June 1, 2010– May 31, 2011). These funds are used to enhance our mission of excellence for more than 300 student-athletes. All gifts made to Gonzaga Athletics are used solely to support the many needs of Gonzaga student-athletes.

$40,020 and Above Zeke and Meghan Brown Garco Construction* Patrick and Stephanie Kilkenny Mike and Stephanie Lyons Phil and Sandy McCarthey Gene and Marti Monaco Joel and Karen Pearl Washington Trust Bank* Irv and Angela Zakheim

$20,010–$40,019 Aaron Altender* Jason and Kristen (Beaulaurier) Bay John and Ann Beutler* Josh Burrows* CRUX subsurface, Inc.* Cycrest Systems, Inc. DAA Northwest* Victor (RIP) and Diana DiPietro Harlan and Maxine Douglass* Greg Green* Shannon Green* Randy and Julie Hurst* Don and Marilyn Jans LeMaster & Daniels, PLLC John and Donna Luger David and Christina Lynch Hubert and Colleen Randall Mike Myers and Carole Rolando John and Rita Santillanes

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Dr. and Mrs. Daniel Skinner* Spokane Produce* Jonathan and Michele Staben Telect, Inc.* Terry and T.J. Tombari* Steve and Dawn Watts* Dennis and Jackie Wheeler Myrtle Woldson Jim Workland*

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Steve and Tresa Schmautz Jim and Liz Stewart* U.S. Bancorp Foundation*

$10,000–$20,009 Tom Anderl* Tim and Mary Barnard* Tony and Mary Lou Bonanzino* Lydig Construction Inc Ron and Terri Caferro* Century 21 - Beutler & Associates Cerium Networks, Inc.* Comcast Spotlight* Mike and Stacy Covey* Dr. W. Dale and Terri Crum Dr. and Mrs. Michael H. Cunningham* Larry and Kathy Dilley* Nathan and Lauren (Lewis) Doudney Jim and Billie Etter* Daniel P. Harbaugh* Allan and Stephanie Heller Charles and Katherine Watson* KC Auto Paint and Supplies, Inc.* Klaue Family Foundation* Lewis and Sarah Lee* Bob and Barb Materne* Bob and Sandy McConkey* Mary Jo Moore* Ron and Shelley Rosenberger Dave and Sandy Sabey* Eric Sandberg Michael and Carol Schimmels*

Alan Dernbach and Rose Higgins* Evans, Craven & Lackie, P.S.* H.F. Magnuson Family Foundation, Inc.* Kevin and Christine Malone* Scott and Lizbeth (Tomich) Morris* Thomas and Cece Perko* Lance and Melissa Sadler* John Stone* Suzi Stone* Toillion Pediatric Dentistry* Edward R. Van Vliet* Nicholas and Karen (Lindsay) Warrick*

$5,000–$7,499 Dr. Kenneth Anderson and Ms. Susan Hart-Anderson Stephen and Sheryl Anthony* Bobby and Cathleen Brett* BrettHand, Inc. Greg and Michelle Bui* Consumer Auto Liquidators* David and Melody Coombs* Gary and Alea Culpepper Nancy C. Driscoll John P. Egger* Walter and Kathy Egger* Frank and Patricia Etter* Joe and Joan Gagliardi* Dave and Mary Gantt* Global Credit Union* Robert and Denise Greco* Michael T. Hayes* Donald H. Herak* Dr. and Mrs. Kenji Higuchi* King Beverage, Inc.* Moloney + O’Neill* Dan and Joyce Murphy* Pearson Packaging Systems* Arnold and Sarah Peterson* Brad and Tonyia Pinney* Bill and Carol Quigg* Ed and Earlene Ralph* The Ed and Bunny Renouard Charitable Fund*

Richard and Deborah (Gaebe) Roccanova* Paul Roth John and Nancy Rudolf Runners Soul* Tommy and Jenny Servine Doug and Karen Sonneborn* Max and Ellen Spalding* Steve and Genene Staats Stevens, Clay, and Manix P.S.* Tom and Camilla Tilford* Dick and Laurel Vester*

$2,500–$4,999 Jay and Amanda Affleck* A.M. Landshaper, Inc. Kathryn K. Barbieri* Tom and Eileen Barbieri* Richard and Stephanie (Farrell) Bechtolt, Jr.* Laurie A. Bigej* Tom Black* John and Kristi Blake* Kevin Blanchat* Frank and Sharon Bouten* Tim and Margaret Bruya* Joe and Mary Ann (Schultheis) Busch* Waseem and Maureen Butte* Byrd Real Estate Group, LLC* Jim Cameron* Chris and Janet Camp* Mark and Kathy (Evoy) Casey* David and Denise Christy* Jim and Harvelyn (Cornwell) Cooney* Cornerstone Property Advisors, LLC* Stan and Leslie Covey CPM Development Corporation* Jacqueline S. Dallum Paul and Kelley Damon* Brad and Pam (McNally) DeCounter* Roger A. Felice* Emmett Forman* Garland Vision Source, Inc.* Clark H. Gemmill* Gary and Nancy Gossett* Budd and Kathy Gould Dale and Joan (Forsberg) Grant Michael and Samantha Guthrie* Dave and Kelly Hamad* George and Debbie Hansen* Ron Hawkins* Megan L. Isenhower* Lon and Becky Jasper* Dennis and Katharine Jorgensen* Judicial Mediation Group* K - L Manufacturing Company, Inc.* Dan Keefe*

Ken Kiehn* David P. Kopp* Max J. Kuney Company* William A. Lampe* Jim LaPointe* Thomas and Melody (RIP) Lavagetto* Arthur Leahy The Honorable Jerome and Mary Jo Leveque* Michael and Dana (Sells) Love* Maureen A. Lyden* Mackin & Little, Inc.* Michael Mainer* Richard and Cheri Mast* Jack and Mary McCann* David and Barbara McGann* Ray and Staci McGriff* Tom and Chere’ (Byrd) McKeirnan* Dr. and Mrs. Jacob W. Meighan* Ed Miller* Dr. Jason Moffitt* John Moffitt* Morris & Morris, P.S.* Dan Nagy* Cajer and Jamie Neely* Don and Jeanette Nelles Northwestern Mutual Insurance Co.


Suntoya Corporation* Jeff and Margaret (Weinand) Thomas* Thrifty Car Rental* John Tonani* Travis Pattern & Foundry, Inc.* Russ and Carole VanderWilde* Chris Olson and Denise Vill-Olson* Rusty Warwick* Tom and Melissa Watson* Weiand & Weiand DDS, PS* Russell White and Judith Qualy-White Fritz and Jeanie Wolff* Bill and Liz (Curry) Wrigglesworth*

$1,500–$2,499 Academy of Little Bears, Inc.* Tom and Raelene Albinson* Alliance Title & Escrow Corporation* Dan and Anne Alsaker* American Pacific Construction, Inc.* Anderson Bros CPA’s, PA* Baker Construction & Development, Inc.* Bank of America* Banner Bank* Bill and Carol (Shea) Barber* David and Leah Barbieri*

ZAGS

Don Barbieri* Heather Barbieri* Stephen Barbieri* Ernie Becker* David and Ann (Barbieri) Bell* Eddy and TerryKay Birrer* Blades Hair Design* Dan Brajcich, Jr.* Dr. and Mrs. James Brasch* Darryl Dwight Brayton Jim and Pauline Bresnahan* Shan and Kim Brus* Tim and Kathy Burns* Bruce and Judy Butler* Stewart and Molly Butler* Dr. and Mrs. John S. Caputo* Brian Carney* Wade Carpenter* Dr. Mike Casey* Gino Cerchiai and Shawn Brennan David and Jill (Legel) Christiansen* Craig and Scotta Christlieb* Jay R. Clark, DDS* Ryan and Beth Clements* Craig and Georganna Clifford* Craig Collins and Lynne Hermle* Jeffry and Susan Colliton* John and Wanda Condon* Robert and Linda Connor* Rita M. Cooney* Robert Cooper* Jack Couch* Michael and Vicki Craigen* Rick and Janna Cresswell* Joseph Crimmins* Vickie Davis* William and Sharon Davis* Edward Dawson and Marcia Meade* Dominic and Denise DeCaro* Armand and Joy DeFelice* Wade and Stacie DeGeest* Mike and Alison Delay* Dr. and Mrs. John Demakas* Patrick and Carol Dever* Doug Dietrich* Angel and Kathleen (Bonck) Diez* Michael J. Dinnen* William and Melissa Dixon* Timothy and Katherine Donaldson* Dorian Studios, Inc.* Alan and Karen Douglas* Terry and Denise Doyle* Ewing Anderson, P.S.* Mark Fenter* Ferguson Enterprises, Inc.* Fifth & Browne Pharmacy* Todd Finkle and Patti Livingstone*

Zeke and Angela Fogal* Bob Frank* Ernest and Carol Fullmer, Jr.* Paul and Georgia Gauron* Willy and Michelle Geary* Jim and Dodie Gerding* John and Sherry Gilbert* Peter and Cheryl Grabicki* Josef and Stephany Gray* Don and Sherie Hackney* Thomas Halvorson* Dave and Susan Hamer* Richard W. Hardan* Dennis and Stacy Harrington* Jud and Beverly Heathcote* Dick and Anita Herdener* John and Judith Heusner* Rob and Barbara Higgins* Kirk and Sallie Hill* Alan and Eileen Hogan* Mike and Annemarie Hogan* Mr. and Mrs. Carl E. Hueber* Paul Hughes* J. Steven and Jane Hunter Scott and Jeannie Isaak* James and Sandy Ivers* Jack and Dan Enterprises, Inc.* Darrell and Ruth Jackson* Mike and Linda Jensen* Dr. Spencer and Jane (Holm) Jilek* Robert M. Johnston* Daniel L. Jones* JP Morgan Chase Bank* Robert Kaatz* Kassi Kain* Carol Durkin Kearns* Charles and Linda Keturakat* Kermit and Patty Kilcup* James and Mary Anne (Metcalfe) King* Kevin and Mary Jo King* Patrick and Maureen Kirby* Gary Kirchner* David and Doreen Kishel* James and Vicki Knapp* Lawry and Wendy (Brown) Knopp* KPC Enterprises, Inc.* Richard and Stacy Kuhling* KXLY* Laguna Hills Estates, LLC Milton J. Langlois* Dan and Theresa Lennon* Michael and Debra Leslie* Daniel and Nancy (Wells) McGee* Jim McGee* John and Maureen McKinnon* Pamela S. McKinzie-Lewis* Stephen and Pamela Meyer*

William Miller* John and Lori Moloney, Jr.* Roger Fruci and Sharon (Vinson) Murphy* Tom and Teresa Newbury* Northwest Industrial Services* James and Sharon O’Connell* Daniel and Sharon Olson* Jack and Kathy Ossello* Paras Construction, Inc.* James and Anne Pearson* Cathy and Clarence Perry Bill and Debbie Poppy* John Preston* James Psomas* Ron and Georgia Lee Puryear* Tim and Wanda Quinn* Michael Reilly* George and Lisa Renner* Jim and Gloria Ringwood, Sr.* Mark and Diane Roff* R. C. and Connie Roland* Mike and Linda Roth* Lowell and Kathleen Ruen* Ned and Nancy Rumpeltes* LeeAnn Saccomanno* Ryan Saccomanno* Eric and Jennifer Sachtjen* Safeco Insurance Company of Spokane* Antoine and Heather Sarkis* Glenn and Corinne Sather* John and Diane Scelfo* Mark and Molly Schemmel* Otto and Diana Schumacher* Rick Seefried* Bob and Liz (Davis) Sestero, Sr.* Robert Sestero* David and Linda Shea* Garry and Mary Shea* Mike and Mary Shields* Dick and Connie Silk* Silk and Associates* Steve and Reesie Smith* Scott Snider* Jim Snow* Ron and Pam Soliday* Karl and Carol (Brolin) Speltz* Al and Lois Stadtmueller* Albert A. Stadtmueller & Co. PS* State Farm Companies Foundation* Charles and Diane Steilen* Jonas and Cheryl Stutzman* Patrick and Diane Sullivan* Jon Sunderland* Frank and Tessa Swoboda* Jeff and Regina Thomas* Rick and Diane Thomas* Michael and Shari Thompson*

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Scott O’Brien* Charlie and Doris O’Connor* Pat and Joan O’Connor* Frank and Barb O’Neill* John Orr* Jerry and Becky Oswald* Pacwest Home Corp* Pape Material Handling, Inc.* Dave and Theresa (Craven) Parks* Marty Parola* Performance Contracting Inc* Mike and Betty (Onley) Pontarolo* Jim and Klaire (Fulton) Powers* Jim and Marilyn Prince* James and Maggie Randall* Mike and Judy (Yeend) Reilly* Doug and Kathleen Rivard* Mary Lou Robinson* Dale Sebo* Bill and Hilda Shanks* Penn and Nancy Siegel* Bill Simer and Renee Rolando* Sodexo Services* Spokane Hardware Supply, Inc.* Christopher and Amy Spring* Daniel and Gina Stubbs* Eric and Deborah Stucky*

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Thatcher and Jill (Bethel) Thompson* Donald and Nancy Timm* Jerry and Cathy Tombari* Bill and Barbara Trudeau* Rich and Barb Umbdenstock* Jerry and Georgi Valley* Paul and Deanna (Doree) Verret* Evan and Joann Waite* Joseph G. Ward* Scott Warnica* Washington Outpatient Rehab* Curtis and Colleen Wasson* Richard D. Weigand, D.D.S., P.S.* Rich and Diane Wells* Wendle Motors* Kevin and Jennifer (Prince) West* Pat and Carol West* Wheatland Bank* Widmer Brothers Brewing* Cary M. Williams* David and Linda Wilson* Workland Witherspoon PLLC*

$750–$1,499 Jeffrey and Leanne Ager* Paul M. Albright* American Bottling* Dave and Deanna Anderson* Jon and Tiena Anderson* Kevin and Michelle Andres* Gene and Carol Annis* Timothy and Leslie Ansett* Henry and Karlene Arguinchona* Kara Arvin* Chris and Christine Ashenbrener* Avila Farms Inc* John Stenberg and Jacqueline Babol* Damon and Debbie Ballantyne*

Bank of Whitman* Robert J. Bankard* James and Barbara Barry* Tom and Sandra Bassett* Michael and Kimberly (Dickson) Bayley* Jim and Pam Becker* Ken Bell-Garrison and Eileen BellGarrison* Jim and Yvette Bendickson* Steven M. Bennett Anthony Benyola* Rick and Diane Betts* Surindar and Norma Bhasker Robbi Bielec* Mike and Julia Bjordahl* Stacy A. Bjordahl* Mike and Sherry Blair* Skip and Diane Blodnick* Jack and Sue Boland Matthew and Elizabeth (Dorsey) Bollinger Bret and LeAnne Bonham* Scott and Mary Bozman* Robert and Dixie Bradshaw* Chase W. Breckner* Jeffrey and Loriann (Zent) Brown* David and Bridget Bulger* John and Rosemary (Walsh) Bury* Tod and Michele Byers* Joe and Sharon Cade Jay and Jackie Caferro* George Cain James and Cynthia Cappello* Dr. and Mrs. Victor Carnell* Kay C. Carnes* Benson and Deanna Carpenter* Carr Sales Company* Cassel Promotions* Lee and Carole Chambers* Pete Chase*

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Tom Clemens* Rich and Mary Clemson* Coca Cola Bottling Company of Washington* Scott and Brandy (Anderson) Conner* Neil and Nancy Connors* Robert and Beryl Coomes* Mrs. Sadie Charlene Cooney* Jeff and Mary (Coil) Cooper* Dr. and Mrs. Robert K. Corbett* Brad and Wendy Cossette* Robert and Stacy Cossey* Roger Cramer* Crary, Clark & Domanico, P.S.* James and Carolyn Craven* Ken and Melba Cross* Loretta Crouch* Jack and Rebecca Curry* Clay Damon* P.J. De Benedetti and Camille Buckley* Deeney’s Ice Cream* Wayne and Sheri Deist* Johan Delport* Craig A. Dickson* Gary and Claire Dmoch* Theophilus M. Dolle* Michael and Melinda Dolmage* Steve and Jennifer Doolittle* Ronald and Barbara Douglas* Jack and Julie Driscoll* Kevin and Jackie Driscoll* Tom and Karen Driscoll* Jason C. Druffel* Steve and Sandi Druffel* Thomas and Heidi (Wohlschlegel) Drynan* Terrence Dunne* Robert Dutton* Edward Jones Investments* Tim Mackin and The Hon. Tari Eitzen* Tammy A. Erickson* Jeffrey and Julie (Bobbett) Evans* Danny P. Evans Evco Sound & Electronics, Inc.* Stuart and Mary Evey* Peter Feldenheimer and Bonnie Black James Felice* Nancy L. Fike* James Fischer* Darrell and Lisa Fisher* Keith and Terri Fisher* Jamie and Jocelyn Fitzgerald* Daniel Fix* Shaun and Sascha (Elloy) Flanigan* Tim Floyd* Peter R. Fonfara*

Freedom Financial LLC* Blaine and Pamela French* Chris and Nicole (Kavon) Frye* Ken and Connie Fuher* Steve and Timme Goodell* Dale and Mary (O’Neill) Goodwin* Harry and Jann Green* Michael R. Green* Tad Gropp* Stephen and Marie Hall* Duane Halliday* Marc Hammond* Reagan and Catherine (Hannity) Cunningham* Kirk and Rhonda Hansen* H. Wayne Harala* Jim and Eileen Hargrove* Richard and Linda Harrison* Michael and Karen Harwood* Stephen Haskell* Jim Stone and Patricia Hastings-Stone* Marc and Stefanie Hattenburg* Jack and Lisa Heath Mark Heckel* Mike and Rachel Hellman* William and Connie Hemmings* John and Sarah Hemmingson* Kevin Henderson* Brad Herr and M. Lisa Bradley* Steve and Victoria (Swain) Hertz* Samuel Hess Hewes Marine Co.* John and Debbie Hieber* Denny and Joann Higgins* Michael F. Higgins Gary and Lin Higley* Tony and Cindy Higley* Charles and Barbara Hinzman* Mike and Joni Hirst* Gail K. Holden* Kevin and Marcy Holland* James and Patricia (Graham) Hollingsworth* Thomas and Leila (Broz) Hufty* Christopher and Camisha (Pauli) Hughbanks* Daniel and Mary Hughes* Mike and Margaret Hughes* Michael and Jill Hurst* Gary and Susan Hustad* Inland Construction Company* Inland Northwest Bank* Inland Northwest Dairies* Nicholas J. Tanner D.P.M.* William Isgrigg* Doyle Jacklin*

Duane and Susan Jacklin* Charlie and Rhoda Jackson* Bill and Nell Jacobs* Rick and Micki (Grady) Jacobs* Donald H. Jans John and Elizabeth Jenkins* Gordon Jewett* Bruce and Maxine Johnson* Frank and Maureen Johnson* Tina U. Johnson* William and Jennifer Johnson* Doug and Ann (Arthur) Johnston* K & N Electric Motors, Inc.* Dr. and Mrs. Kennard J. Kapstafer* Kassa Insurance Services, Inc.* Guy E. Katz* John and Pat Kelly* Mike and Patti Kelly* Jennifer Kerley* KHQ-TV* Jeffrey Kiely Kiemle & Hagood Company* Mike and Cathy Kilgore* Paul Kimmel* Kimmel Athletic Supply* Curt Kinghorn* Dale Kleist* Nicholas and Lori Knapton* Miro Kondryszyn* Joe Krizanic* Harry Krug* L&M Truck Sales, Inc.* Ron and Deborah Lahue* Bill and Carol Lampson* Bill and Carol Lawson* Richard and Roberta (Scott) League* Brian and Cynthia (Popiel) Leaver* Fred and Julie LeFriec* Linda Leonard* Richard and Susan Lightfoot* Marc and Kathleen (Moran) Lipsker* John and Nancy Livingston* Karl Lohmann* Lukins & Annis P. S.* John and Victoria (Rangan) Mantello* Gregory and Maisie Marshall* William and Debra Marshall* David and Robin Martin Larry Martin* Larry and Joanne Mather* Shane and Melanee McClary* Scott McCoy Shane McGinn* Ryan and Liz McIntyre* Kathryn Rae McKinley* Travis and Heather McNamee* Casey and Sara (Larson) McNellis*


ZAG

Bryce McPhee* James and Dana (Reding) McPhee* Ed and Betty McWilliams* Meadow Gold Dairy* Bruce and Merry Medvec Meridian Construction* Jo Merwin* Metals Fabrication Co.* Michael and Kaite Metcalf* Ronald and Debby Miciak* Ryan and Heather (James) Miciak* Milford’s Fish House* Robert and Rose Milhem* Gregory S. Miller* Jon Mitchell* Bob Cowdery and Darlene MitchellCowdery* Mike and Mary Moloney* Don and Deanna Monson* Steven Moore Dean T. Moorehouse* Lyle and Linda Morehouse* Moss Adams LLP* Robert and Bonnie Mulvey*

Chuck and Linda Murphy* Daniel C. Murphy* Donald Nadvornick* Melvin and Karen Neil* Roger and Sharon Nelson* Bryan and Ellen (Morin) Nessen* Christopher and Gina Nettleton* Michael and Susan Nienstedt* Laraine Nortell* North Spokane Physical & Sports Therapy* Northern Quest Casino* Peter O’Brien* Jim and Kieran (Murphy) Ohman* Neil and Heather O’Keefe* John and Kathleen Olney* Donald and Joan Olson* Shane O’Neill and Patricia Codd-O’Neill* Vaughn B. Overlie* Patricia Parker* Craig and Kathy Parks* Ronald D. Pelton* Lawrence and Gladys (Cerenzia) Peretti* Mark K. Perko*

Garry M. Perno* Jesse Peterson* Randy and Amy Peterson* Pizza Pipeline* Rob Pluid* Mark Poe* Tom and Marybeth Porter* Purcell Systems* Thomas R. Quigley* Ramey Construction* Krista K. Rammelsberg* Duane and Wendy Ramsey* Clay Randall* Gary and Sharon Randall* Paul Reamer* Jacob and Gina Reidt* Gerald A. Rein* Bette Lou Ressa (RIP)* Scott and Mary (Snelson) Richards Paul and Mary K. Rieckers* RJ Rentals LLC* Kevin and Mary (Wilkins) Roberts* Michael and Marnie Rorholm* Peter M. Rosman*

The Hon. and Mrs. Phil Thompson* Timothy and Mary Kay Thompson Robert J. Thorson* Paul M. Tiesse* John Tombari* Tomlinson Valley, Inc.* Dominic and Cindy Tortorelli* Greg I. Tracy* Tom and Colleen Tracy* Timothy and Tracy Trageser* Jim and Jeanne Tribbett* Thomas and Kathleen Trotta* Mike and Kim Tuccio* Eric and Julie Tucker* Diane Tunnell* Turner, Stoeve & Gagliardi, P.S.* Dr. James Valentine, Jr.* Larry and Marcia Vance* Brad and Gina Vandiver* Lynne Vassar-Shipley* Cyrus Vaughn, III* Veba Service Group, LLC* Dr. George J. Velis* Jerry and Donna Vermillion* Darren and Timannie (Ames) Volland* Lewis and Dianna Walde* Louis and Kay (Jans) Walker* Everette and Terry (Nathaniel) Webb* Martin and Jane Weber* Patrick and Diana (Scherer) Webster* Jeffrey and Christine Welch* Robert and Michele Wendel* Weyerhaeuser Company* Dave Wheat Bryan Whitaker* Wildrose Graphics* Wilkerson & Associates* Guy Williams* Windermere Real Estate/Valley* Tim and Lisa Winslett* Lawrence and Velvet Withers Stephen and Shellie Witter* Todd Wood* Linda (Lane) Wrenn* Chris and Lisa Wrolstad* Terry and Jean Wynia* Kathie A. Yerion* Gregory and Viola Yochum* Darren and Susie Young* John and Cynthia Zapotocky* Chuck Zigmund* Stu Zimmerman* Jack and Margaret Zinkgraf*

DONOR HONOR ROLL

ALWAYS

Brian Roth* Mike and Jessica Russo* Rich and Jeanne Saccomanno* John and Cathy Sage* Craig and Barbara Savage* Michael and Mima Scarpelli Ernest and Colleen Schillinger* Jeff and LuRae Schlect* Dick and Beth Schomburg* Robert and Anne Schrempp* George and Joyce Schroeder* Mark and Sarah Schultz* Darrell and Elizabeth (Matulka) Scott* John Seefried* Jeff and Patricia Corr Seidensticker* Kevin Selland* Seven-Up Bottling Co* Bo Severson* Rick and Holly Shamberger* Mike and Joan Shanks* Jay and Jan Shaw* Dave Shultz Sean and Sandy Sieveke* Jeri L. Simmons* Ron and Carol Sims* Daniel and Elizabeth (King) Sjolund* Jeff and Esther Smith* James and Linda (Apple) Solan* Carol Somerville* Sonderen Packaging Co.* Ed and Ginger Sonneborn, III* David and Dori Sonntag* Specialty Home Products* Tim and Molly Spilker* Scott and Kelley (Cunningham) Spink* Tony R. Splater* Spokane Athletic Supply* Spokane Ditch & Cable, Inc.* Spokane Packaging* Joe and Jay Staebell* Chris and Julie (Haigh) Standiford* Alan and Jane Stanford* Joe Stanley* State Bank Northwest* Shane and Sonja Steele* Tom and Gail Stevenson* Dean Stuart* Lawrence and Mary Anne (Brown) Stuckart* Paul and Julianne Sullivan* Summit Electric* Dr. and Mrs. Kevin Sweeny* William Symmes Jarod Tait* Nicholas Tanner* Jack Tawney* Michael and Carla Teegarden*

*Bulldog Club Donor

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STAFF & COACH DIRECTORY

Jennifer Smelko

Zag Area Code » 509 Main Office Fax 313.5787

Sports Information Fax 313.5730

Basketball Fax 313.3958

ATHLETIC ADMINISTRATION Mike Roth

Athletic Director 313.3519

Email Address (unless noted): Gonzaga Ticket Office

Mailing Address: Gonzaga University Athletics 502 E. Boone Spokane, WA 99258-0066

TicketsWest

Gonzaga Athletics website: www.gozags.com

<last name>@athletics.gonzaga.edu

313.6000

1.800.325.SEAT (7328)

www.ticketswest.com

Joel Morgan

Assistant AD/Facilities 313.3963

Oliver Pierce Chris Standiford

Senior Associate AD 313.4210

Assistant AD/Sports Information Director 313.6373

Mike Roden Heather Gores

Associate AD/Senior Woman Administrator 313.3599

Steve Hertz

Associate AD/Major Gifts 313.4226

Assistant AD/Academic Support 313.5227

Catherine Walker

Assistant AD/Compliance 313.4281

Gayle Clayton Dennis Kalina

Associate AD/External Operations 313.4211

Shannon Strahl

Associate AD/Compliance 313.5700

Jared Hertz

Assistant AD/Business Operations 313.4203 hertzj@athletics.gonzaga.edu

Administrative Assistant/ Office Manager 313.4204

Jana Wolff

Administrative Assistant 313.3981

FACULTY ATHLETICS REPRESENTATIVE Ken Anderson, Ph.D.

Associate Dean/Business School 313.3418

anderson@jepson.gonzaga.edu

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Assistant Sports Information Director 313.4288

Director of Annual Giving 313.5721

ACADEMICS & COMPLIANCE Erik Hildebrand

Compliance Officer 313.4043

Rian Oliver

Basketball Academic Coordinator 313.3942

Louise Torgerson

Life Skills Coordinator 313.4282

Erin Johnson

Graduate Intern/StudentAthlete Support Services 313.3674 ejohnson@athletics.gonzaga.edu

Whitney Hughes

Graduate Intern/Marketing 313.4073

ATHLETIC COMMUNICATIONS & ANNUAL GIVING Matt Beckman

Graduate Intern/Sports Information 313-4227

COMPUTER SERVICES Vicki Craigen

Computer Information Specialist 313.3841 craigen@its.gonzaga.edu

CORPORATE SPONSORSHIPS & BROADCAST - IMG Kris Kassel

Director of Athletic Facilities 313.4213

Dan Gilbert

Assistant Director of Athletic Facilities 313.4256

Tommy Brown

Athletic Turf Manager 313.5528 brownt@athletics.gonzaga.edu

Nick Stuth

Graduate Intern/Facilities 313.3932

KERMIT R. RUDOLF FITNESS CENTER Jose Hernandez Director 313.3976

Shelly Radtke

Associate Director 313.3977

Kerri Conger

Assistant Director 313.3978

IMG General Manager 313.5729

Andy Main Brandon Alletto

Assistant Director 313.4252

IMG Account Executive 313.5738

David Martin Steve Klein

IMG Account Executive 313.5728

Director of Marketing 313.6818

Tom Hudson Justin Lange

Rob Kavon

Ricky Hoskin

Paige Mesalem

Graduate Intern/Basketball Academic Support 313.4229

FACILITIES

Liz Smith

Devon Thomas

Athletic Video Services Specialist 313.3871 2010–11 ANNUAL REPORT

Communications Specialist 313.3966

Voice of the Zags 313.5729

Assistant Director 313.3980

MAJOR GIFTS Regina Paolucci

Director of Capital Support 313.5734


Administrative Assistant 313.5530

SPORTS MEDICINE Steve DeLong

Director of Athletic Medicine 313.4205

Peter Clark

Assistant Athletic Trainer 313.5591

Eric Gunning

Assistant Athletic Trainer 313.5785

Jennifer Nyland

Assistant Athletic Trainer 313.5786

Leanne Stockton

Assistant Athletic Trainer 313.4075

STRENGTH & CONDITIONING Mike Nilson

Strength and Conditioning Coach 313.4099

Travis Knight

Strength and Conditioning Coach 313.4099

Sarah Michaelson

Strength and Conditioning Coach 313.4099

TICKETS & BUSINESS OFFICE Chris Johnson

Director of Ticket Operations and Travel 313.4046

Josh Cox

Ticket Manager/Travel Coordinator 313.3938

Sheri Fitzthum Staff Accountant 313.3675

BASEBALL Mark Machtolf Head Coach 313.4209

Danny Evans

Associate Head Coach 313.4078

Steve Bennett Assistant Coach 313.3597

MEN’S BASKETBALL Mark Few

Head Coach 313.4201

Alex Hernandez

Administrative Assistant 313.3994

Assistant Coach 313.6377

Ray Giacoletti

Assistant Coach 313.6374

Tommy Lloyd

Assistant Coach 313.4215

Jerry Krause

Director of Basketball Operations 313.5531

krausej@athletics.gonzaga.edu

Brian Michaelson

Assistant Director Men’s Basketball Operations 313.3994

Derek Pittman

Associate Head Coach 313.4042

Brad Rickel Head Coach 313.3672

Sonja Steele

Men’s/Women’s Basketball Administrative Assistant 313.4201

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL Kelly Graves Head Coach 313.4217

Billy Barmes

Assistant Coach 313.4240

kaczor@athletics.gonzaga.edu

Lisa Mispley Fortier Assistant Coach 313.3496

fortier@athletics.gonzaga.edu

Julie Shaw

Assistant Coach 313.3995

Associate Coach 313.4283

MEN’S ROWING Dan Gehn

Director of Rowing/Head Coach 313.4228

MEN’S TENNIS Peter MacDonald Head Coach 321.4206

Mark Voorhees Assistant Coach 313.4045

WOMEN’S TENNIS

Jodie Kaczor Berry

WOMEN’S ROWING

D.J. Gurule Head Coach 313.4074

Glenn Putyrae Head Coach 313.4032

VOLLEYBALL Drew Cowens

Dave Gantt

Assistant Coach 313.4221

Head Coach 313.6376

Marci Robles Michelle Elliott

Donny Daniels

WOMEN’S GOLF

Director of Basketball Operations 313.4219

CROSS COUNTRY/TRACK & FIELD Pat Tyson

Head Coach 313.5782

Patty Ley

Assistant Coach 313.4257

MEN’S GOLF Robert Gray

STAFF & COACH DIRECTORY

Abbie Davis

Allen Allen

Assistant Coach 313.4044

Assistant Coach 313.4041

MEN’S SOCCER

Abby Bennett

Assistant Coach 313.5837

Einar Thorarinsson Head Coach 313.4076

cullen@athletics.gonzaga.edu

CHEERLEADING Vito Higgins

Vicki Tiffany

Assistant Coach 313.4297

WOMEN’S SOCCER Amy Edwards Head Coach 313.4222

Head Coach 944.0862

BAND David Fague Director 313.6735

Head Coach 313.4081

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Department of Intercollegiate Athletics 502 E Boone Ave Spokane, WA 99258-0066 www.GOZAGS.com

Photos courtesy of: Rajah Bose, Virginia Whalen, Jennifer Raudebaugh/Copyright Gonzaga University, Detroit Pistons/NBA photos and Explosive Illusions.


Gonzaga University Athletic Department Annual Report 2010-11  

Gonzaga University Athletic Department Annual Report 2010-11

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