SPOKANE, Wash. -- Lindsay Sherbert scored a career-high 23 points, 18 in the second half when No. 22 Gonzaga outscored San Francisco 51-20 en route to a 101-66 win Saturday.
Sunny Greinacher added 17 points for Gonzaga (20-3, 10-1 WCC), which has won 11 straight to reach 20 wins for the eight-straight year. Shaniqua Nilles scored a career-high 11 points and Kiara Kudron added 10, joining Sherbert to give the Bulldogs a 56-12 advantage in bench points.
No team had scores more than 50 at McCarthey Athletic Center this year but the Dons (8-14, 3-8) almost reached that by halftime, when they trailed 50-46. Gonzaga had won the first meeting 68-40.
San Francisco shot 70.8 percent in the first half but, was just 4 of 17 in the second. The Dons had 13 of their 23 turnovers in the second half and was out-rebounded 37-17, including 18-4 on the offensive end.
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