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Greinacher, No. 22 Zag Women Defeat Pacific

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Sunny Greinacher dropped in 24 points to help lift No. 22 Gonzaga past Pacific on Saturday. Sunny Greinacher dropped in 24 points to help lift No. 22 Gonzaga past Pacific on Saturday.

SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) - Sunny Greinacher scored a career-high 24 points as No. 22 Gonzaga held on to beat Pacific 81-77 on Saturday to close the regular season.

Lindsay Sherbert added 18 points and Haiden Palmer 17 for the Bulldogs (26-4, 16-2), who wrapped up their 10th-straight West Coast Conference title in their last game and went 16-0 at home.

KiKi Moore kept Pacific (17-11, 12-6), which had a six-game winning streak end, in the game by matching her career-high of 33 points. Hailie Eackles added 20 and Kendall Kenyon 12 with 10 rebounds.

Gonzaga went on a 17-3 tear in the first half to open a 27-10 lead but the Tigers came back to close within 39-34 at the half. Pacific's last lead was 53-51 with 12:28 to go but Palmer scored the next four, followed by a Sherbert layup.

GU had a 50-34 rebound advantage (24-10 offensive) and 28-2 in bench points.

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