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GU Win Makes them 8-0 for the First Time in the Few Era

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SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) - Sam Dower scored 18 points and No. 12 Gonzaga beat Pacific 85-67 on Saturday, tying the team record for most wins to open a season.

Elias Harris added 17 points for Gonzaga (8-0), which tied the 1994-95 squad for most wins to start the season. Gonzaga's next game is Wednesday at Washington State.

Travis Fulton led Pacific (3-4) with 15 points. Lorenzo McCloud had 14.

Kelly Olynyk added 15 points and Kevin Pangos 12 for Gonzaga.

Gonzaga coach Mark Few won his 350th game and has a 350-90 career record, all with the Bulldogs.

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