The game served as an exhibition for NAIA Great Falls (5-1).
The Argonauts led 18-17 midway through the first half, but Utah Valley State slowly built a 10-point cushion before scoring the final six points of the half to go into the break leading 46-30.
The Wolverines shot 57 percent from the field, including 7 of 15 from 3-point range, and outrebounded Great Falls 56-24.
The teams combined to make 11 of 27 free throws.
Lamar Falley led Great Falls with 17 points.