Kaylynne Truong of the women's team and Drew Timme of the men's team.

Gonzaga Basketball

Basketball stories and university highlights that speak to the heart of what it means to be a Zag – plus March Madness updates

March Madness

Drew Timme, Rasir Bolton and Chet Holmgren of the Gonzaga men's team celebrate.

Men's Tournament Central

Thank you Zag Nation for your support all season and a very special thank you to our Gonzaga Men's Basketball seniors for everything.

Women's Tournament Central

Thank you Zag Nation for your support all season and a very special thank you to our Gonzaga Women's Basketball seniors for everything. Check out some of our favorite images from 2021-22!

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Zag Nation Replies to Jimmy Fallon

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Must-Reads

Jimmy Fallon tell the audience about his special Gonzaga cheer.

Jimmy Fallon Coins Gonzaga Cheer for March Madness

When Jimmy Fallon asked students to perform a Spice Girls-inspired cheer, they rallied on campus to answer the call.

Drew Timme celebrates the Zags' WCC Tournament championship.

Drew Timme Lives for March
Madness

Meet the man behind the mustache in this in-depth ESPN profile of the Zags' loquacious forward.

Guard Nolan Hickman raises his arms in celebration.

What's Behind the Name?

Who's Gonzaga? NPR takes a look at why the Bulldogs carry Gonzaga's name.

Then & Now: Hoops at Gonzaga

From the sweatbox that was the Cave to the boisterous setting that is the Kennel, take a look at the different venues Gonzaga basketball has called home.

Two-time national Athletic Director of the Year, Mike Roth.

The Secret Sauce of Mike Roth

Recently retired Athletic Director Mike Roth reflects on a career that began 34 years ago with an offer to serve as a Graduate Assistant basketball coach for $200 a month.

Gonzaga Student-Athlete Success 101

A course for first-year student-athletes, in which former Zags like basketball star Nigel Williams-Goss have shared their wisdom, has been an instrumental part of their success in athletics and the classroom.