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Gonzaga Finally Home to Face LMU on SWX

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Gonzaga finally comes home for a matchup with Loyola Marymount (Photo: FILE/SWX) Gonzaga finally comes home for a matchup with Loyola Marymount (Photo: FILE/SWX)
SPOKANE, Wash. -

The Gonzaga women's team returns Thursday for their first home game in two weeks.

The game against Loyola Marymount starts at 6 p.m. and can be seen on SWX within the Spokane-North Idaho viewing area.

The Bulldogs enter the contest 16-5 overall, with just one loss in league play. But putting all records aside, the Zags know they will get everyone's best shot when teams come to The Kennel.

"I like LMU, I like their team," said coach Kelly Graves. "They've really had a decent league season even though they're 2-5. [They have] quickness, intensity on defense, play really hard, and they have two marquis players."

"We get the best of everyone," said guard Taelor Karr. "Being Gonzaga everyone is going to play up to us and we can never take a night off. LMU is a great team. They have a lot of great players."

Gonzaga won the first contest against the Lions this season. Sunny Greinacher had 15 points and 6 rebounds in the 80-54 win in Los Angeles on January 7.

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