Weber State rolls past NAIA foe 94-54


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OGDEN, Utah (AP) -- Kyle Tresnak's 19 points led five players in double figures as Weber State rolled to a 94-54 win against NAIA school University of the Southwest on Saturday night.

Lindsey Hughey added 18 points, Trevor Morris had 14, Byron Fulton added 13 and B.J. Porter 12 as Weber State (6-4) adjusts to playing without its leading scorer.

Damian Lillard, the returning Big Sky Conference MVP, was lost for the season with a broken foot he suffered at Tulsa on Thursday.

Lillard averages 21.5 points per game and led Weber State, the preseason Big Sky favorite again, to consecutive league titles.

Tresnak had 11 rebounds in his first career double-double. Weber State essentially finished University of the Southwest (5-7) with a 36-7 run in the first half.

Michael Darden led the Mustangs with 15 points. Demetrius Evans had 10.

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