OGDEN -- Weber State fell 85-82 at home against Northern Arizona on Saturday, as the Lumberjacks stole an inbounds pass with just 10 seconds remaining and nailed two free throws to seal the Big Sky Conference victory.
WSU junior Amanda Hughes set a conference single-game record with 24 rebounds to go with 20 points.
It was tied for the second-highest total by a Weber State player, trailing only Kathy Miller's effort against Colorado in 1977.
Hughes scored 15 in the econd half to lead a WSU rally that gave the Wildcats (0-12 Big Sky, 2-23 overall) the lead in the final minute.
WSU guard Megan Patterson hit five 3-pointers and totaled 23 points.
Guard Caela Mohre scored 16, Shawnte Taylor added 11, and Mikell Woodfield tallied 10 in Weber State's highest scoring output of the season.
After the home team raced to an 11-point lead in the first half, Northern Arizona fought back for a 40-40 deadlock at the half, before storming to a 71-57 lead with a little more than 10 minutes left in the second.
WSU will vie for its first conference win against Montana on Thursday in Ogden.