University of San Francisco, the Jesuit school, the first to go perfect in college basketball, in ’56
The first ever team to go perfect in college basketball was the University of San Francisco, a Jesuit school. That was in the year ’56, go figure…
This year the Jesuit program Gonzaga has the chance to repeat history.
Also, notice the last team to do it was Indiana, going 32-0, as Gonzaga can replicate this season, and that was 45 years ago, and the championship is on 4/5, in Indiana.
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Hey zach, In the womens tournament paige bueckers for uconn went the same highschool and was best friends with jalen suggs from gonzaga
“Perfect Season” = 56 (Full Reduction)
Gonzaga’s last chance at a championship fell short as they lost to North Carolina by the score of 71-65 on April 3rd, 2017.
“Undefeated Season” = 71 (Chaldean)
“Undefeated Season” = 65 (Septenary)
*”April Third” = 65 (Reverse Full Reduction)