SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) - Killian Tillie and Johnathan Williams each scored 16 points as No. 15 Gonzaga held off San Francisco 82-73 on Saturday.
Rui Hachimura added 14 points for Gonzaga (19-4, 9-1 West Coast Conference), which has won three in a row following a rare conference home loss to No. 16 Saint Mary's.
Frankie Ferrari and Jordan Ratinho had 15 points apiece for San Francisco (12-11, 4-6).
Gonzaga made its final 14 free throws to hold off the Dons.
Tillie scored eight points and Silas Melson seven as Gonzaga jumped out to a 29-11 lead.
The Zags cooled off considerably and the Dons responded with an 18-3 run to trail just 32-29 at halftime. Gonzaga went 1 of 12 from the field in the final nine minutes of the first.
The teams traded baskets early in the second half, until Ratinho's 3-pointer tied the score for San Francisco at 45.
Gonzaga pulled away a bit and maintained a 64-55 lead with 7:30 left, shooting 70 percent in the second half to that point.
Ratinho's 3-pointer brought San Francisco to 72-68 with 4:16 left. He hit a pair of free throws to cut Gonzaga's lead to 76-73.
Williams responded with two free throws for Gonzaga and blocked the Dons' next shot. San Francisco missed twice more from the floor and Gonzaga sealed it at the line.
San Francisco: The Dons lost to Gonzaga by 10 points at home in mid-January. They average 69 points per game and shoot just 41 percent from the field.
Gonzaga: The Bulldogs have won 13 straight against the Dons, dating to 2012. San Francisco has lost 29 in a row at Gonzaga, dating to 1989. ... Six Bulldogs average in double figures and the Zags average 88.5 points per game. They shoot 51 percent from the field, good for fourth in the nation.
San Francisco plays at No. 16 Saint Mary's on Thursday.
Gonzaga hosts San Diego on Thursday.