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Basketball 2023

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Basketball 2023

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Thank you to the women's basketball team and Zag Nation for an amazing season! Enjoy some of our favorite photos and stories from 2022-23.

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Gonzaga men's basketball player Drew Timme smiles during a game.

'He's Just a Zag, Man:' The Untold Stories of Drew Timme

Those closest to the Spokane legend share tales of an all-time college great – at least, the ones they're allowed to tell. (CBS Sports)

ESPN commentator in front of Kennel students

Palpable Energy, Contagious Spirit for ESPN College GameDay

At 3 a.m. on a bitterly cold Saturday morning, a roar steadily grew in intensity just outside the doors of McCarthey Athletic Center at Gonzaga University.

Gonzaga women's basketball forward Yvonne Ejim shoots the ball.

All the Tools

The complete package in more than basketball, forward Yvonne Ejim loves calculus, aspires to be doctor and has found her voice as a spokesperson for social justice. (The Spokesman-Review)

lisa fortier at championship

How Title IX Changed Women’s Sports at Gonzaga

A look back at how far Gonzaga women's sports have come since the landmark gender equity legislation passed 50 years ago.

How Rasir Bolton Captured a Community’s Heart

Nonprofit leader Rick Clark shares how senior guard Rasir Bolton left a lasting impact on him and the greater Spokane community.

Gonzaga women's basketball players Kayleigh and Kaylynne Truong celebrate winning the WCC tournament championship in 2022.

Sisters Look to Empower Young Asian American Athletes

Twin sisters Kayleigh and Kaylynne Truong fight against stereotypes and share their story to inspire future generations. (The Spokesman-Review)