GU women vs. Loyola Marymount (Jan. 31)

January 31, 2013 8:27 p.m.  •  1 comment

Sunny Greinacher scored a career-high 21 points, Jazmine Redmon added 12 and Taelor Karr scored 10, all in the first half, as Gonzaga (17-5, 7-1 West Coast Conference) defeated Loyola Marymount 79-57 at McCarthey Athletic Center Thursday night.

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Gonzaga’s Stephanie Golden (30) and Keani Albanez (24) double team Loyola Marymount’s Deanna Johnson (13) on the sideline in the first half.

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Gonzaga’s Stephanie Golden (30) defends Loyola Marymount’s Brianna Kennedy (33) in the first half.

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Gonzaga’s Kiara Kudron (23) and Haiden Palmer (3) double team Loyola Marymount’s Chelsea Barnes (5) as she tries to shoot in the first half.

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Gonzaga’s Stephanie Golden (30) and Kiara Kudron (23) put the squeeze on Loyola Marymount’s Chelsea Barnes (5) in the first half.

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Gonzaga’s Meghan Winters (20) looks for an opening toward the basket.

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Gonzaga’s Haiden Palmer (3) shoots over Loyola Marymount’s Danielle Pruitt (1) in the first half.

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Gonzaga’s Sunny Greinacher (14) looks for a passing lane as Loyola Marymount’s Sophie Taylor (20) defends in the first half.

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Loyola Marymount’s Alex Cowling (3) steals the ball from Gonzaga’s Kiara Kudron (23) in the first half.

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Gonzaga’s Keani Albanez (24) makes a high pass over Loyola Marymount’s Alex Cowling (3) in the second half.

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Gonzaga’s Taelor Karr (12) drives downcourt as Loyola Marymount’s Danielle Pruitt (1) defends in the second half.

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Gonzaga’s Sunny Greinacher (14) shoots for two points over Loyola Marymount’s Mackenzie Kerins (35) in the second half.

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