CEDAR CITY, Utah Damon Heuir scored 28 points, Jackson Stevenett added 20, and Southern Utah scored 53 points after halftime Thursday night to rally past Sacramento State 79-67.
Heuir added seven rebounds and seven assists and was 13 of 14 from the free-throw line.
Heuir and Stevenett combined for all five three-pointers for the Thunderbirds (8-12, 6-5 Big Sky Conference), who won their third straight.
Dylan Garrity scored 18 off the bench for the Hornets (10-9, 5-6), and Mikh McKinney added 17. Sac State shot 32 percent from the field and had only five assists.
Sac State 73, Northern Arizona 67 The Hornets (11-8, 6-4 Big Sky) improved to 7-1 at home with a victory over the Lumberjacks (4-15, 3-7), Sac State reported on its website.
With Sac State leading by three with 23 seconds left, Fantasia Hilliard (Sacramento High School) hit two clutch free throws to ice the game.
Megan Kritscher (Pioneer), Se'nyce Parrish and Mallorie Franco led the Hornets with 12 points each. Hilliard and Alle Moreno finished with 11 apiece.
Kylie Kuhns, the Big Sky leader in rebounds per game, pulled down a team-high 15.
UC Davis 68, Long Beach State 62 Sydnee Fipps scored a career-high 29 points, and Cortney French's five field goals all came from beyond the arc as the Aggies held off the visiting 49ers, UCD reported.
UC Davis (9-10, 4-4 Big West Conference) has won four of its last five games. Long Beach State fell to 11-9 and 4-4. Fipps hit a career-high 10 field goals and was 3 of 5 from three-point range.
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