Portland State evened its Big Sky record at 1-1 with a 66-60 home victory Saturday afternoon over Weber State.
Angela Misa came through with 16 points and a game-high 16 rebounds for the Vikings, and Kate Lanz added 14 points and a game high-tying seven assists as PSU improved to 3-8 overall.
It was Misa's fifth double-double of the season.
The Viks (4-8, 2-1 Big Sky) held the Wildcats (4-6, 0-1) to 30.5-percent field-goal shooting. PSU shot 35.0 percent and led 28-12 in points off turnovers, forcing 22 and committing 19.
PSU trailed 22-19 at the half, but took its largest lead, eight points, with 12:39 remaining.
"Our team really responded well in the second half," Vikings coach Sherri Murrell said. "We weren't really executing any of the plays that we drew up and were settling for jump shots. We asked them to get points in the paint, whether on drives or by dumping it into our posts. I've got to give our team a lot of credit for coming out and scoring in the paint in the second half."
Lewis & Clark dropped a 67-64 decision at Pacific Lutheran, sending the Pioneers to 1-1 in the Northwest Conference and 6-5 overall.
PLU climbed to 5-6, 1-1 in league.
Avisat Afolabi came off the Pios' bench with 19 points, and Katie Anderson and Tayler Wang each scored 14 points.
College of Idaho won 94-75 at Concordia.
Caitlyn McCutcheon led Concordia with 16 points and 11 rebounds.
The Yotes improved to 7-7 overall, 4-2 in the Cascade Collegiate Conference.
The Cavaliers fell to 1-4, 3-13.
No. 24 Eastern Oregon posted a road victory over Warner Pacific 86-53 Saturday night.
Jodan Wilcox was Warner Pacific's top scorer, with 16 points.
EOU is 6-0 in the CCC and 14-4 overall.
Warner Pacific is 1-4, 5-11.
Shoni Schimmel's 21 points helped No. 7 Louisville beat Cincinnati 64-45 Saturday afternoon at Louisville, Ky.
Schimmel made 5 of 11 shots from beyond the arc.
The Cardinals also got five points in 16 minutes from Antonita Slaughter in her first game since suffering a blood clot in her lung on Dec. 3.
Jude Schimmel, Shoni's sister, was nursing an ankle injury that occurred in practice during the week and did not play.
Louisville improved to 15-1 overall and 3-0 in the American Athletic Conference. Cincy fell to 7-7. 0-3.