Gonzaga falls to LMU, 68-67

SPOKANE, Wash. — Loyola Marymount snapped the Zags’ winning streak Thursday night, beating them in the Kennel 68-67.

The Bulldogs shot poorly all game, ending with 44% from the field, 29% from three, and 65% at the line.

Drew Timme led the Zags with 17 points and seven rebounds, but LMU’s Cameron Shelton was the clear player of the game, putting up 27 and 9.

Gonzaga only needed a two-pointer in the final seconds, but Timme’s layup did not fall in triple coverage.

The Lions have now snapped Gonzaga’s home streak, ending it at 75 straight wins.

The next game for the Zags is against Pacific on Saturday at 7 p.m.

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