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Gonzaga assistant Tommy Lloyd hired as new Arizona head coach

Longtime Bulldogs assistant coach Tommy Lloyd, a key figure in the program’s rise on the national stage, has been hired as Arizona’s head coach. He agreed to a five-year contract, pending approval of the school’s Board of Regents.

Bullish on these Bulldogs: Gonzaga’s 2021 squad gets nod at No. 1 on Mark Few’s Finest Four

The competition keeps getting tougher. Yes, across college basketball, but also when measuring Gonzaga head coach Mark Few’s best teams against one another.In the last nine years alone, there is the 2013 Zags that the climbed to No. 1 in the AP rankings for the first time in program history, two Sweet 16s, two Elite Eight and two that played for the national championship. Five have been ranked No. 1, including the 2019, 2020 and 2021 teams.

Gonzaga’s Joel Ayayi declares for NBA Draft

Gonzaga junior guard Joel Ayayi has declared for the NBA Draft and plans to sign with an agent as he pursues a professional career.The 6-foot-5, 180-pound Ayayi declared for the draft last year before deciding to return to Gonzaga. It was generally expected that Ayayi would submit his name again after the Zags’ 31-1 season and remain in the draft this time.

Gonzaga men’s basketball team returns home

It’s been three weeks since the Zags were in Spokane. Less than 24 hours after a heartbreaking loss to Baylor in the final game of the 2021 NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament, the Gonzaga Bulldogs boarded a plane in Indianapolis, where they had been holed up for three weeks thanks to COVID-19 restrictions.

Gonzaga basketball team returns to Spokane

Less than 24 hours after a heartbreaking loss to Baylor University in the final game of the 2021 NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament, the Gonzaga Bulldogs boarded a plane in Indianapolis, where they had been holed up for three weeks, thanks to COVID restrictions.