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The Spokesman-Review and Pediment partner to publish hardcover book on Gonzaga’s breakthrough 2016-17 season

Gonzaga coach Mark Few has a message for his team against Northwestern during their NCAA second round game, March 18, 2017, in Salt Lake City. (Dan Pelle / The Spokesman-Review)
Gonzaga coach Mark Few has a message for his team against Northwestern during their NCAA second round game, March 18, 2017, in Salt Lake City. (Dan Pelle / The Spokesman-Review)

From the preseaon practices to a long run as the nation’s top-ranked team to the Bulldogs’ first-ever appearance in the Final Four, The Spokesman-Review has been with Gonzaga for the entire history-making journey.

With the largest group of reporters and photographers to ever cover the Zags, Spokane’s hometown newspaper is now partnering with book publisher Pediment to produce a 144-page, hardcover book. The season’s most amazing photos, game stories and columns, as well as profiles on key players, will make up this high-quality collector’s edition.

Pediment has published similar sports books with newspapers like the Los Angeles Times, Denver Post, Oregonian, New Jersey Star-Ledger, Arizona Republic, Charlotte Observer and Orlando Sentinel.

The pre-order cost for The Spokesman-Review’s in-depth look at Gonzaga’s breakthrough season is $24.95. When the book is released in May, it will then cost $34.95.

Use this link to pre-order now at the $10 discount.

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