SPOKANE, Wash. -- Guard Kevin Pangos and center Przemek Karnowski each scored 15 points as No. 24 Gonzaga routed Saint Mary's 73-51 Thursday night in the West Coast Conference.
Louisville transfer Angel Nunez, playing in his third game since becoming eligible, added career highs of 13 points and eight rebounds off the bench for the Bulldogs (13-2, 3-0 WCC).
Forward Beau Levesque, the only Saint Mary's player to score more than nine points, finished with 12. The Gaels (10-4, 1-1) set season lows for points, field-goal shooting percentage (31.9) and 3-point shooting percentage (8.3).
Saint Mary's sank just one of 12 attempts from beyond the arc. The Gaels were tied for second in NCAA Division I coming into Thursday's action with 43.3 percent shooting on 3-pointers. Saint Mary's had no 3-pointers or assists until the final minutes.
Karnowski, a 7-foot-1, 296-pound sophomore from Poland, dominated inside play at both ends of the court. He recorded seven blocked shots, and Gonzaga fell one short of the school record of 11 blocks in one game.
The Bulldogs have won three in a row and nine of 10 games. Saint Mary's has lost four of five after a 9-0 start.
Gonzaga extended its winning streaks to 19 home games, 21 WCC games and 22 WCC home games.
Gonzaga led 36-22 at the half. The 22 points was a season low for one half for the Gaels, who missed all eight of their 3-point attempts. Saint Mary's came into the day tied for second in the nation in 3-point shooting percentage at 43.3.
NOTES: Gonzaga G Gary Bell Jr., expected to miss a month or more of action, missed his second game with a broken hand. ... F/C Sam Dower Jr. came off the bench after missing two games with a bruised lower back. ... G Kevin Pangos, Gonzaga's leading scorer, continues to play on a sprained big toe. Dower ranks second on the Bulldogs in scoring, and Bell is third. ... The nationally televised game drew the standard sellout crowd of 6,000 at Gonzaga. ... Saint Mary's coach Randy Bennett served the second game of a five-game suspension (the Gaels' first five league games) as part of NCAA sanctions related to compliance issues. Evan Ganot is the acting head coach. ... Prior to Thursday's games, Gonzaga was tied for third in the nation in field-goal shooting at 51.3 percent. The Bulldogs ranked seventh in 3-point percentage at 42.6. ... Gonzaga and Saint Mary's join Duke and Kansas as the only Division I teams with 25 or more wins in each of the past six seasons. ... Gonzaga won or shared 12 of the past 13 regular-season championships in the WCC. The Bulldogs finished second to Saint Mary's in 2011-12.