Join Us for Fall Events!

From football games and reunions to  Grandparents Day and the DC Classic, Gonzaga has a packed schedule of events this fall. Please click on the links below to find out more information about each of these events, and where applicable, register online. We hope to see you at one of these great events this fall!

September 17
Grandparents Day
An annual event held in the fall, Grandparents Day is an opportunity for grandparents of current and former students as well as alumni who are grandparents to come together with their grandsons for Mass and breakfast on Eye Street. Register Online >

October 27
Carmody Lynn Open
Every fall for more than 35 years, the Gonzaga community has come together for the Carmody Lynn Open, a golf tournament that raises funds for Gonzaga students who do not have a father in their lives. Register to Golf or Become a Sponsor >

October 28
Fall Reunions
This year, we are celebrating the reunions of the Classes of 1978, 1983, 1988, 1993, 1998, 2003, 2008, 2013, and 2018. Join us for dinner and drinks on Eye Street after the Football game versus Good Counsel. Register Online >

October 29
G Fest
Hosted in memory of Geordan Harris ’03, this event for alumni and friends of Gonzaga takes place at Old Angler’s Inn in Potomac, with all proceeds supporting the Geordan Harris '03 Endowed Scholarship Fund at Gonzaga College High School. Buy Tickets or Become a Sponsor >

November 4
Gonzaga vs. St. John's Football Game
Kickoff is at 2 PM on Buchanan Field. Go Gonzaga Beat St. John's! Full Football Schedule >

November 22
Alumni Smoker
The Smoker is a reunion for all alumni, Gonzaga fathers past and present, faculty and staff, and friends of the school -- bringing them together on the night before Thanksgiving to kick off the holiday season. More Details >

December 8-10
DC Classic
The DC Classic is one of the mid-Atlantic's premier high school basketball tournaments. All proceeds support Gonzaga's service projects and trips. More Details >
Celebrating 200 Years of Jesuit Education in the Nation's Capital