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    Gonzaga Basketball Cloud

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    Everything from Gonzaga Basketball news, the Gonzaga Basketball Schedule, NCAA Basketball scores, NCAA Basketball standings, the Gonzaga Basketball shop and more. A simple app dedicated to giving you the best up to date information.

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    The History of Gonzaga Basketball from Wikipedia.

    The Gonzaga Bulldogs men's basketball team is the intercollegiate men's basketball program representing Gonzaga University. The school competes in the West Coast Conference in Division I of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA). The Bulldogs play home basketball games at the McCarthey Athletic Center in Spokane, Washington on the university campus.

    Gonzaga has had 12 of its players receive the WCC Player of the Year award in its history.[1]

    Gonzaga introduced a basketball program during the 1907–08 basketball season. During that season, they had no coach, but managed to achieve a record of 9–2 (.818).[2] In the 1908/09 season, George Varnell became the first official coach for Gonzaga, earning a 10–2 (.833) record during his only season with Gonzaga. Varnell was replaced by William Mulligan the following season, who acquired an 11–3 (.786) record.[3] Frank McKevitt took over for Mulligan during the 1910–11 basketball season, acquiring an 8–1 (.889) record, which was the highest winning percentage for Gonzaga basketball at the time.[3]

    In 1997, Gonzaga assistant coach Dan Monson, the son of veteran Oregon and Idaho basketball coach Don Monson, became head coach of Gonzaga as Fitzgerald wanted to focus on his athletic director's duties.[4] During his first season, Monson led the Zags to a 24–10 record and a WCC regular-season title, which was not enough to land Gonzaga an at-large bid into the NCAA Tournament.[4] However, the Bulldogs would earn a bid into the 1998 National Invitation Tournament, where they beat Wyoming 69–55 in the first round before falling to Hawai'i 78–70 in the second round.[5]

    During the 1998–99 season, the Bulldogs finished with a 28–7 record, which was enough for Gonzaga to make it as a 10-seed into the 1999 NCAA Tournament.[6] Gonzaga beat fifth-seeded Minnesota 75–63 in the first round and followed it with an 82–74 win over second-seeded Stanford to advance to the regional semifinals.[7] The Zags would go on to beat Florida 73–72 to advance to the regional finals after Casey Calvary tipped in the winning basket with four seconds remaining.[4] They trailed eventual national champion UConn by one point with a minute remaining before losing 67–62 in the regional finals.[8]

    Gonzaga Basketball is located in the state of Washington.

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