The win moves the Lancers' win streak to seven as they improve to 9-1 overall, 3-0 PacWest.
The Urban Knights, who were playing without point guard Czar Robotham, who scored 23 against CBU back on Dec. 17, fall to 2-11, 0-3.
"Winning on the road isn't easy to do, no matter who it's against," said CBU Head Coach Tim Collins. "They (AAU) played really hard tonight, and made it difficult for us, but I thought we executed well at both ends, especially in overtime. It got really physical, and we did a good job not letting it affect us and playing right through it."
Evans finished with 24 points, one shy of his career high. Von Wright had 20 and hit a big floating jumper as the shot clock expired to give the Lancers a 71-68 lead with 2:07 to play.
Evans, who was 11-for-15 from the floor, scored a layup with 1:07 left to give the Lancers a 74-70 lead. Ivan Prema hit two free throws with 1:00 left to get the Urban Knights within two, and after the Lancers came up empty on the ensuing possession, AAU held for the last shot. Noah Kone-Nelson, who had a team-high 17 points, missed an off-balanced game-tying attempt from the corner, and Von Wright grabbed his fifth rebound of the night as the final horn sounded.
The Lancers committed just three first-half turnovers and led by 11 (36-25) at halftime, and after the Urban Knights used an 18-6 run to start the second half and take their first lead of the game at 43-42 with 13:13 left, the Lancers went back up by 11 (59-48) with 6:22 left.
But just as they did in Tuesday's 66-64 win at Notre Dame de Namur when they nearly lost a 17-point lead with eight minutes left, the Lancers lost a big second half lead in the final minutes.
The Urban Knights closed regulation with a 19-8 flurry, getting a big 3-pointer from Ameer Shamsud-in with 46 seconds left to get within 65-63 and then two big free throws from Prema, who averages less than three points a game, with five seconds left to force overtime.
Shamsud-in, who is the second leading scorer in the PacWest, was limited just six points before hitting his clutch three-pointer in the final minute.
The Lancers shot 51.9 percent from the floor and outscored the Urban Knights 40-28 in the paint. After shooting 58.3 percent in the second half, the Urban Knights were just 1-for-6 in overtime. They also committed 20 turnovers.
The Lancers conclude their Bay Area road trip Saturday night against a tough Dominican team that has already beaten PacWest favorites Grand Canyon and Dixie State this week.