Lillard, the nation's leading scorer at 25.5 points per game, scored seven straight points to put Weber State up 28-14 with 4:23 left in the first half.
Southern Utah 60, Western Illinois 44 • In Cedar City, Jackson Stevenett had 22 points and 12 rebounds, and the Thunderbirds (13-12, 8-7 Summit League) shot 63.2 percent from the floor in the second half.
Utah Valley 99, NJIT 97 (OT) • In Newark, N.J., Ben Aird had 24 points and 11 rebounds, and Geddes Robinson scored 17 points and grabbed five offensive boards, to help Utah Valley (16-10, 6-0 Great West Conference) beat New Jersey Institute of Technology in overtime.
Westminster 72, Rocky Mountain College 59 • In Billings, Mont., Jake Orchard scored a team-high 17 points for the Griffins (18-8, 6-4 Frontier Conference), who shot a season-best 64.6 percent to help avenge a home loss to Rocky earlier in the season.
Utah 50, Arizona State 46 • Michelle Plouffe scored 14 points and tied a career best with four blocks to lead the Utes over the Sun Devils in Pac-12 Conference action. Taryn Wicijowski had 10 rebounds, six points and three blocks for the Utes (11-12, 4-8), who limited Arizona State to just 5-of-30 shooting in the first half.
La. Tech 82, Utah State 76 • In Logan, despite a team-high 22 points by Devyn Christensen, the Aggies (15-7, 6-2) couldn't overcome the Bulldogs' 37-24 rebounding advantage in a Western Athletic Conference game that had 13 lead changes.
Eastern Washington 78, Weber State 45 • In Cheney, Wash., the Eagles handed the Wildcats their 14th straight loss, dropping WSU to 2-21 overall and 0-10 in Big Sky Conference play.
NJIT 48, Utah Valley 46 • In Orem, the Wolverines (11-11, 3-2) made just 7 of 26 field goals in the second half in Great West Conference action.
Westminster 50, Rocky Mountain College 38 • In Billings, Mont., the No. 19-ranked Griffins (16-7, 9-1 Frontier Conference), held an opponent to less than 40 points for the second time this season for their fifth straight win.
College of Southern Idaho 69, USU-Eastern 52 • In Twin Falls, Idaho, the Golden Eagles (13-11, 5-2 Scenic West Athletic Conference) lost their third straight game.