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Mark Few
Mark Few
Head coach Mark Few, Gonzaga University men's basketball and success seem to go hand-in-hand.
 
And 2010 was no different on the success meter for the Bulldogs. Gonzaga captured a 10th straight West Coast Conference regular-season title and made a 12th straight trip to the NCAA Tournament in 2010 as the Bulldogs were once again a player on the national stage. The 10 straight WCC regular-season titles is the longest current streak in the nation and ranks tied for fourth all-time in the NCAA Division I ranks, the Bulldogs knotting the University of Kentucky. His WCC record is 139-15, making him the active winningest coach in the WCC.
 
The Bulldogs advanced to the WCC Tournament title game for the 13th consecutive year, the second-longest streak of years making a final of a conference tournament among the current conference alignments. Kentucky advanced to 14 successive SEC Tournament title games from 1939-52, a record Few and the Bulldogs could match in 2011.
 
Another tough schedule saw the Bulldogs win the EA Sports Maui Invitational to put their name among the nation's elite early in the season. Gonzaga also played the likes of Michigan State University, Wake Forest University, Davidson College, Duke University, the University of Illinois and the University of Memphis on the way to a 27-7 record. Few has never not won at least 20 games in his 11 previous years as the head coach. For the 10th time in Few's 11 years on the bench the Bulldogs suffered only single-digit losses last season, Gonzaga's 23-11 record in 2007 the only time the Bulldogs have suffered double-digit losses under Few.
 
The 2010 season was capped with a No. 22 Associated press ranking and No. 23 ESPN/USA Today finish in the final polls.
 
The 2011 season will be his 12th as the head man after 10 years as an assistant at Gonzaga, his 22 years on the Gonzaga bench making him the longest tenured men's basketball coach in Bulldog history. Hank Anderson was the head coach for 21 seasons from 1951-52 to 1971-72.
 
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Kelly Graves
Kelly Graves
Kelly Graves has turned Gonzaga University women's basketball into one of the elite programs in the nation in his 10 years at the helm. The winnngest coach in Bulldog history, led the Bulldogs to a 29-5 record, their unprecedented sixth-straight West Coast Conference Championship and third WCC title in the last four years in 2009-10. Graves guided the Zags to the Sweet Sixteen of the NCAA Tournament for the first time in school history. Gonzaga posted a perfect 14-0 mark in WCC action, only the third program to do so in conference history, and compiled its fifth 20-win season in six seasons.
 
Graves has now led Gonzaga to postseason action in six of his 10 years at the helm; including three NCAA Tournament appearances. Graves begins the 2010-11 campaign with a 201-114 (.638) record.
 
The 2009-10 season was one to remember as the Bulldogs ended the season ranked No. 12 in the final ESPN/USA Today Top 25 poll. Gonzaga put together a 20-game winning streak, which included a perfect 14-0 mark in conference play and it's the third WCC Tournament title. The Zags earned a No. 7 seed in the NCAA Tournament, their highest seed in school history, and defeated No. 10 University of North Carolina and upset No. 2 Texas A&M to advance to the Sweet 16 for the first time in program history. GU's winning streak and season came to an end with a setback to Xavier University, who also entered the game on the heels of a 20-game win streak, in the Regional Semifinals in Sacramento.
 
The Zags won their fifth WCC regular season title in 2009 with a 12-2 record and went on to win their second-ever WCC Tournament title and an automatic bid into the NCAA Tournament. The Zags, seeded No. 12 in the NCAA Tournament, upset No. 5 Xavier for their first-ever tournament victory. Gonzaga was nearly a minute away from the Sweet Sixteen but fell to No. 4 University of Pittsburgh by five points in the Second Round.
 
The Bulldogs finished the 2008 season with an impressive 13-1 finish. Gonzaga swept the WCC annual honors; becoming the first conference program to sweep the individual awards since U.S. International in 1985-86, the league's inaugural season of women's basketball. Gonzaga was one game away from its second NCAA appearance in 2008, but fell in the WCC Championship game to host University of San Diego. The Bulldogs, instead, earned a bid to the WNIT; the school's third bid in five years. The Zags fell in the second round of the WNIT to the University of Colorado and ended their 2008 campaign with a strong 25-9 record.
 
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