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1970 Gonzaga Bulldogs Artwork: Snow Heather Raglan Hood

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Color: navy

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The Gonzaga Bulldogs are an intercollegiate men's basketball program representing Gonzaga University and introduced a basketball program during the 1907-08 basketball season. The school competes in the West Coast Conference and plays home basketball games at the McCarthey Athletic Center in Spokane, Washington. The Bulldogs opened the arena with a 100-game win streak, the longest at the time in the NCAA. Since the mid-1990s, Gonzaga has established itself as a major basketball power in a mid-major conference. The Bulldogs have established a reputation as one of the stronger teams in college basketball, having played in 22 consecutive NCAA tournaments and ascending to the #1 ranking in both major polls during the 2012–13 season. They are generally reckoned as one of the closest things to a major basketball power in a mid-major conference. In 2016–17, the Bulldogs went to their first Final Four in school history, advancing all the way to the national championship game.
Product details
Rep your favorite team or mascot with our ultra soft and lightweight French Terry fabric, perfect for a lived-in feel. The Men's Snow Heather Hooded Sweatshirt will quickly become your favorite hoodie.
  • 66/34 Polyester/Ring-Spun Cotton Pre-shrunk French Terry
  • Lightweight 7.2 oz
  • Men's Sizing
  • Soft ring-spun snow heather French Terry fabric for a vintage, lived-in feel
  • Tear away label
  • Gunmetal grommets, natural flat woven drawcord
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