Gonzaga completed its 14th annual Portland Trek and 15th annual Seattle Trek earlier this month to help Gonzaga students and alumni develop their careers.
Sparked by arguably the most talented roster ever, hopes for the 2014-15 edition of Gonzaga men’s basketball are burning hotter than usual. Among the Zags creating the most optimism is Kyle Wiltjer, a 6-foot-10-inch junior transfer from Kentucky.
Gonzaga University’s School of Engineering and Applied Science is consistently ranked among the nation’s best. That excellence is reflected in its graduates, who are advancing to some of the finest graduate programs in the nation.
Gonzaga University honored the McCarthey family with its Ignatian Spirit Award at the seventh annual Ignatian Gala at the McCarthey Athletic Center on April 10 for their transformative support of Gonzaga.
SPOKANE, Wash. – Gonzaga University men’s and women’s basketball teams are dancing in the NCAA Tournament once again with the 16th consecutive appearance for the men and the sixth-straight berth for the women. Stay informed about the games and read features about alumni, students and fans of Zag Nation at Tracking the Zags.
SPOKANE, Wash. (Courtesy GoZags.com) — The Gonzaga University women’s basketball team made school history Monday, receiving the program’s highest seed ever when the NCAA announced the pairings for the 2014 NCAA Tournament. The Bulldogs, the No. 6 seed in the Lincoln Region, will face 11th-seeded James Madison University in Sunday’s opening round in College Station, Texas.
Cindy Cohn, legal director and general counsel for the Electronic Frontier Foundation, will discuss National Security Agency Spying at the Gonzaga University School of Law Judge Justin L. Quackenbush Lecture on March 31.
The exhibition “Legacy of the Kiln: The Works of Terry Gieber and His Former Students” opens in the Arcade Gallery of the Jundt Art Museum on March 22 through June 7. Gieber retires in this his 31st year at Gonzaga.