In the last nine days, I've written about Gonzaga's three seniors, beginning with Gary Bell Jr. in last Thursday's S-R, Byron Wesley in Wednesday's paper and my article on Kevin Pangos that will run tomorrow.
The trio will be honored during Senior Night ceremonies as GU closes the regular-season with its home against BYU on Saturday.
These quotes seemed to capture the three. Kyle Wiltjer on Bell: "He’s the ultimate teammate," as well as coach Mark Few noting that Bell is one of his all-time favorites. "He’s done it with just solid, steady, tough-ass plays," Few said.
Of Wesley, a graduate transfer from USC, Few noted: "He’s really an unsung hero in this. He’s been unbelievably selfless. He made a sacrifice to come up here, gave up a bunch of points and shots to win."
And finally Pangos, called the "quintessential Zag" by Few. “He’s everything this whole program is about,” Few said, “and I mean everything when you think about it. Wins, wins over personal achievement, hard work, putting his time in. You couldn’t have a better representative.”