Who? The Bulldogs of Gonzaga. Sometimes also known as Zags.
What? Named for tenacity. Spike's been in commercials.
Where? Spokane, Washington, the Lilac City.
When? March 17th, in Spokane, Washington.
How? They were an at-large selection.
Surprise? I'm not surprised. Are you surprised?
Record: 26-5 (14-2 West Coast)
Good wins: Georgia and Dayton at Las Vegas.
Bad losses: St. Mary's in Spokane is not a good look.
Who's running this show? Kelly Graves, since 2001. You may also refer to him as the king of Halloween.
Extra, Extra! The Spokesman-Journal; you might also find some good stuff from Jayda Evans, though she's less well-traveled than she used to be.
First of all, whoever at Gonzaga thinks it's a good idea to post your stats in PDF format: it's not.
The star of the show is senior forward Kayla Standish, who averages 15.8 points and 7.7 rebounds to lead the Bulldogs. But she doesn't have to do it alone; senior guard Katelan Redmon (13.7 ppg) and sophomore guard Haiden Palmer (12.4 ppg; 2.3 steals) play their roles, and junior guard Taelor Karr keeps a steady hand on the offense (4.5 apg). Gonzaga usually finds ways to win, and the Kennel provides them with a huge homecourt edge.