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Few is one win from reaching another career milestone, joining a short list of coaches with 600 career wins. Few, at 599-124 entering his 22nd season, is already considered one of the game’s elite coaches with his winning percentage (82.8) is tops among active coaches.
No ear-piercing crescendo of noise from 6,000 jammed inside the McCarthey Athletic Center after a highlight-reel dunk or clutch shot in the closing seconds. Gonzaga basketball won’t look the same at home games with fans expected to be benched by COVID-19 safety protocols. It sure as heck won’t sound the same.
Eric Edelstein has finally come out of the closet ... to do an interview. The character/voice actor turned his coat closet into a recording studio after the coronavirus left the Gonzaga alumnus sequestered in Hollywood. "I was turning lemons into lemonade," Edelstein said while calling from his Los Angeles home.
The top-ranked Zags will face No. 12 Tennessee on Dec. 2 in Indianapolis as part of the Jimmy V Classic doubleheader.
There wasn't the long line of fans waiting to get into Kraziness in the Kennel that usually packs the sidewalk outside the McCarthey Athletic Center past the Martin Centre.
The Zags edged Baylor to earn the top spot in the preseason AP poll released Monday. Gonzaga has never opened the season in the top spot. GU’s highest preseason ranking was No. 3 in 2018.
Celebrate Mark Few's legendary career at Gonzaga while you celebrate the holidays this December by pre-ordering The Spokesman-Review's new book, "Lasting Mark: Coach Mark Few's legendary career with Gonzaga basketball."
Gonzaga coach Mark Few was among a handful of honorees Friday at the 15th annual Dick Vitale Gala, a fundraiser for the V Foundation.
College basketball recently lost two coaching icons with the deaths of Thompson, who turned Georgetown into a national power, and Lute Olson, who did the same at Arizona. Both Hall of Fame coaches made a huge impression on Few, who was fan of the Hoyas’ tenacity and toughness and the Wildcats’ fluid style of play.
The term bubble in college basketball parlance could have new meaning for the upcoming season.
Gonzaga rebounded in a big way from likely losing out on three games against Pac-12 competition with the addition of Baylor, potentially setting up a showdown of the top two teams in the nation.
The Dick Vitale Gala, which will honor Gonzaga coach Mark Few and several prominent figures in sports, will become a virtual event in September.
Gonzaga’s Mark Few and Washington State’s Kyle Smith are among 35 coaches from various sports across the country joining an initiative to enhance job opportunities for minority candidates.
Gonzaga coach Mark Few is on board with former Portland coach Eric Reveno’s idea to make election day Nov. 3 a mandatory off day for NCAA student-athletes.
The Zags and Volunteers will square off in the Jimmy V Classic on Dec. 8 at Madison Square Garden. It marks the fourth meeting in six years between the schools since Barnes took over the SEC program before the 2015-16 season.
Eight months after being slammed for days by Hurricane Dorian’s sustained 185-mph winds, life is slowly returning to normal for Quentin Hall and his family in his native Bahamas. There is always something that requires his attention, whether it’s replacing the family car that finally gave out or finding the rare available carpenter to work on the bathroom.
The Zags will begin a two-game series with Texas in Austin on Nov. 13. The Longhorns will come to the McCarthey Athletic Center the following season.
Coach Mark Few and three Gonzaga players received All-District 9 honors. Sophomore forward Filip Petrusev was named to the first team and junior wing Corey Kispert and senior forward Killian Tillie made the second team.
So the Zags are left with a pair of pretty good consolation prizes, absent the theater of March Madness. First, one of the finest regular seasons in program history. Second, a promising outlook for next season and beyond.
Gonzaga head coach Mark Few reacts to the NCAA men’s and women’s basketball tournaments being canceled. Few says he hoped the tournament would be postponed. – ESPN