Livingston, who picked up his first double-double, is the first Riverhawks player to score at least 20 points this season. The 102 points marked the first time Lowell had gone over the century mark since a 100-point performance against Merrimack in December 2012.
Jahad Thomas scored 16 points, and Marco Banegas-Flores, DJ Mlachnik and Matt Harris all had 11 for the Riverhawks. It's the first time five Riverhawks had 10 or more points in the same game since December 2013.
UMass Lowell (4-3) took a 49-24 lead at halftime behind 16 points from Thomas.
Brendan Cunningham scored 14 points for the Division III Mustangs (1-3). Ethan Dujon and Kevin Conner added 10 apiece.