SPOKANE, Wash. -- Kayla Standish scored 20 points, including the first 10 of the game, and Gonzaga (No. 22 ESPN/USA Today, No. 23 AP) rolled to an 87-52 win over San Francisco on Thursday night for the Bulldogs' 10th straight win.
Gonzaga (15-2, 4-0 West Coast Conference), which has won 34 straight league games, also got 14 points from freshman Sunny Greinacher, 12 from Katelan Redmon and 10 from Haiden Palmer.
Rheina Ale had 16 points and Taj Winiston 14 for the Dons (3-15, 1-4), who dropped their 12th straight to Gonzaga.
After the Dons scored, the Bulldogs ran off 19 straight points to lead 29-2 as USF hit just one of its first 17 shots and had seven turnovers in the first 11 minutes. Standish had 16 points at halftime, matching the Dons, who trailed 46-16. The lead reached 39 in the second half.
The Bulldogs outrebounded the Dons 55-39, led by Palmer with 10 for her first double-double. Standish, who hit 10 of 13 shots, also contributed nine rebounds, four blocks and three assists. Taelor Karr had a career-high nine of GU's 27 assists.
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