SPOKANE, Wash. — Gonzaga basketball legend Courtney Vandersloot will be honored and have her jersey hung in the McCarthey Center’s rafters on February 11.

Gonzaga Athletics announced the date on Friday, which will take place before the team faces off against Portland.

Vandersloot, who currently plays for the Chicago Sky, will be the first women’s player in program history to have her jersey displayed in the McCarthey Athletic Center.

Vandersloot was the first Zag in school history to be selected in the first round of the WNBA Draft. She’s also a WNBA Champion, and was named West Coast Conference Player of the Year during her time with the Bulldogs.

Vandersloot was also named to the AP All-America Team second team, State Farm Coaches’ All-America Basketball team, USBWA All-America, the Nancy Lieberman Award winner as the top point guard in the nation and the Frances Pomeroy Naismith Award winner

You can get tickets for the game here, and use promo code “SLOOT” to get two tickets for $21.

The Zags already hung Kelly Olynyk’s jersey in the rafters this year, and Dan Dickau will be honored on February 9.

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