No. 25 Saint Mary's outlasted Gonzaga 89-85 in overtime Monday night. Saint Mary's (19-3 overall, 6-1 West Coast Conference), the Zags ...

MORAGA, Calif. — No. 25 Saint Mary’s outlasted Gonzaga 89-85 in overtime Monday night.

Saint Mary’s (19-3 overall, 6-1 West Coast Conference), the Zags (17-6, 6-1) and San Diego (13-11, 6-1) are tied for first place in the WCC.

Todd Golden made his sixth three-pointer of the game with 1:19 left in overtime and Patty Mills scored the final 10 points of regulation and five more in OT for Saint Mary’s.

Mills finished with 23 points, and Golden had 19 for the Gaels, who beat Gonzaga for the third time in the last four meetings between the teams at McKeon Pavilion.

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Gonzaga’s Micah Downs, a graduate of Juanita High School in Kirkland, missed a three-point shot that would have tied the score with about five seconds left in overtime. He was 0 for 4 in 16 minutes.

Jeremy Pargo had 27 points, on 11-for-17 shooting, and nine assists for the Zags. Pargo had nine points in OT.

Austin Daye added 15 points for Gonzaga.

“Coming in, we still thought we were the better team,” said Zags senior David Pendergraft of Brewster. “This is still our league.

“We’ve won it seven straight times for a reason. But they’re doing really well and made big plays.”

Other Top 25 games

At No. 4 Kansas 90,

Missouri 71

Darrell Arthur scored nine points in a second-half surge that carried the Jayhawks (22-1, 7-1 Big 12) past the Tigers (13-10, 3-5), giving Kansas its 20th consecutive home victory and a regular-season sweep of its border rival.

Brandon Rush scored 19 points for the Jayhawks. Keon Lawrence scored 25 points for Missouri.

Louisville 71,

at No. 16 Marquette 57

Edgar Sosa scored 18 points, Jerry Smith added 12 and the Cardinals (17-6, 7-3 Big East) defeated the Golden Eagles (16-5, 6-4) to snap Marquette’s 14-game home winning streak. Louisville held Marquette to 32 percent shooting.

Louisville forward Terrence Williams, a graduate of Rainier Beach High School in Seattle, had eight points, six assists and six rebounds.


• Memphis (21-0) was a unanimous No. 1 choice in the Associated Press media poll and USA Today-ESPN coaches poll.

Washington State (17-4), which lost at home to California and Stanford last week, dropped from ninth to 17th in both polls.

• UCLA forward Luc Richard Mbah a Moute will miss the next two games — Thursday at Washington State and Sunday at Washington — because of a sprained ankle.