OGDEN, Utah -- Scott Bamforth had 18 points as Weber State had five players score in double figures for a second straight game in a 110-45 victory against University of the Southwest on Saturday night.
Royce Williams had 17 points, Joel Bolomboy 16, Davion Berry 15 and Gelaun Wheelwright 12 for the Wildcats (7-3), who shot 69.7 percent (46 of 66) from the field, including 54.5 percent (12 of 22) from 3-point range.
The victory margin is the largest in school history.
Clarence Rivas scored 12 points for Southwest, an NAIA school in Hobbs, N.M., that classified the game as an exhibition. The Mustangs' record remained 3-8.
Weber State outrebounded Southwest 44-19.
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