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SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) – Robert Sacre scored 15 points to lead No.
19 Gonzaga to a 73-53 victory over Notre Dame last night. David
Stockton scored 15 points, including three 3-pointers, Kevin Pangos
added 12 and Elias Harris had 11 points and 15 rebounds for
Gonzaga. Nine players scored for the Bulldogs, undefeated at 5-0.

MOSCOW, Idaho (AP) – Cliff Ederaine and Cliff Colimon scored 13
points each as Eastern Washington hit 13 3-pointers to beat Idaho
73-66 last night. Jordan Hickert made 4 of 9 from behind the arc
for 12 points to help the Eagles, now 4-2, stretch their winning
streak to three. Kyle Barone had 14 points on 4-7 shooting for the

PULLMAN, Wash. (AP) – Faisal Aden scored 12 points to lead
Washington State to a 69-37 victory over Grambling State last
night. Cougars post player Brock Motum had the first double-double
of his career, scoring 11 points and grabbing 10 rebounds, six on
the offensive boards. DaVonte Lacy added 10 points for Washington

PULLMAN, Wash. (AP) – Taelor Karr finished with 13 points, none
bigger than her final four in the last 18 seconds, pushing Gonzaga
past Washington State 71-69 last night. Karr gave the Bulldogs a
69-66 lead by hitting two free throws with 18 seconds left. Kayla
Standish led Gonzaga with 16 points. Tia Presley led WSU with 16.

MOSCOW, Idaho (AP) – Regina Rogers scored 27 points and pulled
down 14 rebounds as Washington beat Idaho 66-49 last night. The
senior notched the fifth double-double of her career and second
this season. Aminah Williams added 11 points as the Huskies
rebounded from a loss Saturday. Stacy Barr scored 11 for the

SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) – Former Texas Tech coach Mike Leach is the
new football coach at Washington State. The school said yesterday
that Leach had agreed in principle to a five-year contract. He will
be introduced next Tuesday at a news conference in Pullman. He
replaces Paul Wulff, who was fired after four losing seasons.

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