Editor’s note: Above video was published when Gonzaga was ranked No. 1 in December 2019
SPOKANE, Wash. – Gonzaga fell to No. 2 on the AP Top 25 poll on Monday after four weeks at the top.
Baylor overtook Gonzaga for the No. 1 spot on Monday. Kansas, San Diego State, Florida State, Louisville, Dayton, Duke, Villanova and Seton Hall rounded out the top 10.
The Bulldogs first took the No. 1 spot in the AP Top 25 Poll on Monday, Dec. 23. Gonzaga has been ranked in the Top 10 all season, including starting the season at No. 8 in the AP poll.
Gonzaga most recently beat Brigham Young University 92-69 on Saturday.
Gonzaga’s time at No. 1 marked the fifth time in program history that Gonzaga sat at the top of the AP poll.
Last season, Gonzaga spent five weeks at No. 1 after a historic win over Duke at the Maui Invitational.
The Bulldogs were No. 1 in in the last three rankings of the 2012-13 season, prior to the NCAA Tournament.
GU also climbed to No. 1 for four straight weeks after a 22-0 start to the 2016-17 season. The Zags were No. 1 for four straight weeks, before finishing the regular season 29-1, and advancing to the national championship game.
The Zags take on the Pacific Tigers at 7 p.m. on Saturday in The Kennel.