THE KENNEL CLUB
Started by a group of students and Gonzaga baseball players in 1984, The Kennel Club has evolved into a 700-plus member, student run organization which is a vital part of making the Gonzaga basketball experience, one-of-a-kind. Mike Shields, one of the clubs founders, remembers former coach Jay Hillock once telling him that The Kennel Club was worth 6 to 8 points a game for the Bulldogs.
Over the 17 years of Kennel Club's existence the Bulldogs have won over 75 percent of their games including over 90 percent during the last eight seasons. Gonzaga currently has the nation's third longest home winning streak. On Feb. 16, 2002, the Kennel Club received its first national exposure when the Bulldogs played their first national televised game from The Kennel, a 91-78 victory over Pepperdine on ESPN2.
04/28/2016 - Zags Fall in Game One at BYU
04/28/2016 - Tinkle Granted Medical Hardship Waiver
04/28/2016 - Zags Ready to Begin WCC Championships
04/27/2016 - Polayes, Whittle Receive All-Conference Honors
04/27/2016 - Zags in Provo for Battle atop WCC Standings
04/27/2016 - Min, Santos earn Academic Awards
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