Simon led the Orediggers with 18 points with Tyree Haynie adding 17. Tech forced 17 Griffin turnovers and turned them into 26 points.
Westminster will now hit the road for the final time of the regular season with two games next weekend. They begin the trip on Thursday with a 7:30 p.m. game at Rocky Mountain College in Billings, Mont. The game will be broadcast live on GOTW.tv.
SLCC 86, COLORADO NORTHWESTERN 61: At Rangely, Colo., the Bruins (19-5, 6-3) battled back from 12 points down.
The Bruins turned up the defensive pressure in the second half to climb back into the game. Skylar Halford led Salt Lake with 16 points followed by Davis Emery with 11 points.
The Bruins (19-5, 6-3) return home to host Snow College on Feb. 11.
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