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Top 25 roundup: Zags smash San Francisco

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SPOKANE, Wash. — Senior point guard Kevin Pangos led a balanced Gonzaga offense with 17 points in an 88-57 victory over San Francisco on Thursday night.

Sixth-ranked Gonzaga (15-1, 4-0 West Coast Conference) moved into a first-place tie with idle Saint Mary’s. The Bulldogs have won eight consecutive games since losing 66-63 in overtime at then-No. 3 Arizona on Dec. 6. San Francisco (7-10, 1-4) lost its fourth game in a row.

Gonzaga won its 33rd straight home game, the second-longest active home winning streak in NCAA Division I men’s basketball behind the 41-game skein of Duke. The Dons are 0-26 at Gonzaga since a 67-64 win on Feb. 10, 1989.

Forward Kruize Pinkins led USF with 20 points. Center Przemek Karnowski scored 16 points for Gonzaga, and forward Kyle Wiltjer added 15.

Old Dominion 72, Marshall 51

Ten players scored for the 25th-ranked Monarchs, who cruised to a Conference USA win over the Thundering Herd in Huntington, W.Va. Old Dominion outshout Marshall, 48.3 percent to 37 percent, and posted a 36-26 rebounding edge.

Center Jonathan Arledge paced Old Dominion (13-1, 2-0 C-USA) with 13 points. Center Trey Freeman added 11 points and a game-high eight rebounds, and guard Jordan Baker also scored 11 points.

Guard Austin Loop scored 15 points for Marshall (4-11, 0-2). Herd forwards Jay Johnson and Ryan Taylor scored 13 points apiece.

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