SPOKANE — Haiden Palmer scored 14 points to lead a balanced Gonzaga team past Monmouth 77-51 on Sunday afternoon at the McCarthey Athletic Center.
Palmer was the lone Bulldog to score in double figures, but was among 12 Gonzaga players to score against the Hawks.
Alysha Womack scored 21 points to lead 0-3 Monmouth.
Chelsea Waters was the leading rebounder for Gonzaga (4-0) with six, which matched her point total on the evening.
Eastern Washington 68, Portland 50: At Cheney, Lexie Nelson scored 23 points to lift Eastern Washington to its first victory of the season.
Carrie Ojeda contributed 16 points, while Aubrey Ashenfelter scored 11 points and grabbed 10 rebounds for the Eagles (1-2).
Ellen Nurmi led Portland (1-3) with 12 points.
Wisconsin 52, Washington St. 44: At Pullman, Taylor Wurtz scored 13 points to lead Wisconsin.
Cassie Rochel had 11 points and Morgan Paige scored 10 for the Badgers (2-1), who led 22-15 at halftime and opened up a 15-point lead early in the second half. The Cougars (1-3) later rallied with a 13-2 run to take a 44-43 lead with 1:37 left on Tia Presley’s free throws.
But Wisconsin closed the game with nine straight points, four by Paige and five by Wurtz.
Lia Galdeira scored 15 points to lead Washington State and Carly Noyes added 14 points.
Long Beach State 71, Washington 62: At Long Beach, Calif., the Huskies had three scorers in double figures, but got little other help against the 49ers.
Talia Walton scored 19 points, while Aminah Williams added 14 points and 15 rebounds. Kristia Kingma scored 10 as well for UW (2-1).
Alex Sanchez led Long Beach State (2-2) with 18 points and was joined in double digits by Lauren Spargo (13), Devin Hudson (12) and Jade Wilson (11).
No. 4 Stanford 93, Tennessee-Martin 67: At Honolulu, Joslyn Tinkle scored a career-high 25 points, Chiney Ogwumike had her second double-double in as many days as Stanford capped a statement weekend for a team asserting itself among the best nationally in women’s hoops.
The Cardinal ended its three-day run with three wins, including a 2-point defeat of No. 1 Baylor to open the Rainbow Wahine tournament in Honolulu.
Ogwumike finished with 25 points and 10 rebounds, one night after putting up 15 points and 17 rebounds against host team Hawaii.
Stanford (4-0) took slightly longer than expected to pull away from UT Martin, but finished the first half on a 14-5 run and soared in the final 20 minutes.
Heather Butler scored 27 points for the Skyhawks (1-4).
Colorado 78, Missouri-Kansas City 55: At Kansas City, Mo., Arielle Roberson scored 23 points to lead the Buffaloes (2-0).
Kim Nezianya led the Kangaroos (2-2) with 17 points.
Texas-El Paso 60, Arizona State 54: At El Paso, Texas, Chrishauna Parker scored 15 points, while Anete Steinberga added 14 more as the 3-0 Miners knocked off the 0-2 Sun Devils.
USC 65, Pepperdine 56: At Los Angeles, Cassie Harberts scored 24 points to lead the 1-1 Trojans past the Waves. Ariya Crook added 17 points for USC.
Saint Mary’s 85, Eastern Washington 66: At Moraga, Calif., Brad Waldow and Stephen Holt scored 16 points each and Saint Mary’s used a surge to start the second half to beat Eastern Washington 85-66 on Sunday night.
Jorden Page and James Walker III added 12 points apiece for the Gaels (3-0), who led 37-33 at intermission before coming out of the locker room with a 16-3 run. Waldow had six points during the outburst.
Saint Mary’s shot 64.3 percent (18 for 28) from the floor in the second half.
Justin Crosgile had 13 points and five assists for the Eagles (0-3).
Arizona St. 97, Florida A&M 70: At Tempe, Ariz., Jahii Carson scored 20 points, Jonathan Gilling had 13 points and 15 rebounds, and Arizona State fended off a second-half rally by Florida A&M.
After an eight-day break between games, Arizona State (2-0) showed no signs of rust early against the Rattlers, racing out to a 19-point lead.
Colorado 81, Murray State 74: At Charleston, S.C., Askia Booker had a career-high 23 points and Andre Roberson had 16 points and nine rebounds as Colorado won the Charleston Classic.
Belmont 70, Stanford 62: At Stanford, Calif., Ian Clark scored 11 of his 15 points in the second half, including a go-ahead 3-pointer, to lead Belmont.
Kerron Johnson added 14 points as the Bruins (3-0) allowed a 14-point lead to disappear before Clark hit a 3-pointer with just under six minutes to play. Blake Jenkins had 11 points. Trevor Noack had 10 points.