Against New Mexico State, she did all those things. She was 3-of-3 from 3-point range, was 8-of-11 from the field, was one off her career high in rebounds and accounted for two blocked shots.
"She just has a complete game and every single night it doesn't matter who we're playing against, she shows up and plays her tail off," Utah coach Anthony Levrets said.
The Utes (6-4) won their second blowout in as many games. Four days earlier they defeated Texas Southern 75-33.
Utah has one game remaining in the preseason before launching its inaugural Pac-12 campaign. Levrets said the Utes are doing now what they need to do to be ready for it.
They looked it from the beginning against the Aggies, who beat UC-Santa Barbara at home on Tuesday.
After opening the game with a 13-6 lead, the Utes went on a 20-5 tear to close the half. By then, Plouffe already had 17 points, a one-half career high. New Mexico State made just four field goals in the first half and shot 14.3 percent.
"I'm really pleased with where we are defensively," Levrets said. "I think it will give us a chance against anybody we play against on any given night, especially up here at the Huntsman Center."
Forward Taryn Wicijowski scored 12 points in 20 minutes, while Rachel Messer added 11 points.
Utah Valley 72, Weber State 65 • At Ogden, Sammie Jensen scored 18 points as the visiting Wolverines (6-5) made 55.8 percent of their shots while holding the Wildcats (2-11) to just 33.8 percent from the field.
R Michelle Plouffe has 24 points and 11 rebounds to lead the Utes to their second straight blowout victory.
• Utah holds the Aggies to 14.3 percent shooting in the first half and 20.7 percent for the game.
• The Utes host Utah Valley on Dec. 28 before embarking on their first conference schedule as members of the Pac-12.