Beverly poured in 24 points and grabbed 22 rebounds, setting the NCCAA tournament single game and overall records in the process. Beverly had a total of 52 rebounds in the Lancers' three games in Indiana. The previous tournament record was 46 set back in 2001.
CBU took seventh place at the championship.
"It was just good to end this season with a victory," said Interim Head Coach Jeff Caha. "We finally started to look like ourselves in the second half today and actually started having fun. Jasmine was amazing and like I've been saying for a while she has been doing this every game for the last couple months. She led us."
It was the same old story in the first half against the Raiders as poor shooting plagued CBU and led to a 36-31 deficit.
The Lancers shot just 25.6 percent in the first half, but took 10 more shots than RWC to keep the game close. CBU grabbed 12 offensive boards in the opening period, eight of which came from Beverly.
The Lancers finally cracked the 40 percent shooting mark in the second half, going 14-of-35 from the field and clamping down defensively to hold RWC to 26.3 percent shooting.
It took less than four minutes for CBU to erase the deficit, tying the game on a Beverly two. A Simone Holmes three game the Lancers their first lead since the 2:41 mark in the first half.
The CBU lead never grew past six and the Raiders were able to tie the contest on two occasions and actually take a one point lead with 3:50 to play.
After another late tie, Beverly got an offensive rebound and put-back to give the Lancers a 64-62 lead.
Beverly's 24 points and 22 rebounds led all players in both categories and were both season highs for the junior.
"I knew we all needed to play hard today to go out with a win and I wasn't going to slack," said Beverly. "I wanted to do it for our seniors and make sure to get them a win. I'm just really glad we could do that."
CBU had four players in double figures for the first time this tournament. Lewis scored 14 points and added eight rebounds.
Sarah Child had 19 to lead the Raiders.
CBU finishes the season 22-7. It was the second straight 20-win season for the Lancers, who finished second in the PacWest this year.
"I hope nobody judges this team on what we did here," said Caha. "It wasn't the result we wanted at the tournament, but this team did a lot of great things this year, finishing second in our conference and going over 20 wins. There wasn't a moment I didn't want to be around this group and that's rare at times. They played hard, bought into what we asked them to do and played for each other. It was a great season."