Angela Gonzaga enters her fifth season at TCU as director of operations in 2018-19, while entering her sixth season under head coach Raegan Pebley.
As part of her duties at TCU, Gonzaga has been a huge part of the Frogs off court success. In addition to leading several community service initiatives, Gonzaga has also been instrumental in the Frogs academic success.
In her first four seasons, TCU student-athletes have earned 19 Academic All-Big 12 honors, that after earning just four in the previous two years in the Big 12.
Included in the 19 selections is a record three first team selections in 2016-17. Jada Butts was one of the 2016-17 first team selections and became the first Frog to earn Academic All-Big 12 honors in four straight years.
Prior to coming to Fort Worth, Gonzaga spent one season as the director of operations at Fresno State under Pebley. Before that, Gonzaga served a second stint at San Jose State as a Learning Specialist in the Student-Athlete Services Department.
Before rejoining the San Jose State staff, Gonzaga spent three years with the Bay Area Women's Sports Initiative.
In the last year of her three-year tenure at San Jose State from 2008-2011, Gonzaga served as a women's basketball assistant coach. As assistant coach, she was in charge of perimeter player development and recruiting. While serving for the Spartans, Gonzaga helped sign one of the school's strongest recruiting classes that included two McDonald's All-America nominees.
Prior to San Jose State, Gonzaga was at Notre Dame High School in San Jose where she spent five years as the Director of Community Service Learning. While at Notre Dame, Gonzaga served as a basketball coach for six seasons.
Upon graduating from Notre Dame High School in San Jose in 2000, Gonzaga attended the College of Notre Dame in Belmont, Calif., where she was a shooting guard for the Lady Argonauts. After one year, she transferred to Santa Clara University.
A 2004 graduate of Santa Clara, Gonzaga received multiple degrees, including sociology and a Bachelor of Sciences degree in community studies with an emphasis in urban education. She then received a Single-Subject Credential in social studies from the University of San Francisco and a Master's of Arts in Teaching in 2005 from USF.
She was honored as the Outstanding Teacher Educator Candidate for the Class of 2005 and honored again as a Class Nobel Educator of Distinction in 2006 and 2007.
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