Kispert, No. 1 Gonzaga keep rolling, beat Saint Mary’s 87-65

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SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) — Corey Kispert scored 20 points, Joel Ayayi added 16 and top-ranked Gonzaga beat cold-shooting Saint Mary’s 87-65 on Thursday night, extending the nation’s longest winning streak to 25 games over the past two seasons.

Gonzaga 87, Saint Mary’s 65: Box score

Drew Timme scored 12 points to help Gonzaga (21-0, 12-0 West Coast) extend its home winning streak to 48 games. Fans were allowed at a Gonzaga home game for the first time this season and a few dozen family members of players were in the stands.

Judah Brown scored 16 points, and Logan Johnson had 13 for Saint Mary’s (11-7, 2-5). The Gaels are typically one of the Bulldogs’ archrivals but are having a down season made worse by prolonged COVID-19 closures.

The Zags have won 18 consecutive games by double digits.

Last time: Timme leads unbeaten Zags over San Francisco 100-61

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