The loss is the Lancers' second straight as they fall to 6-2 on the season.
The Warriors improve to 4-3.
Marcus Walters led the Warriors with 19 points, none bigger than a 3-pointer with two minutes left and the shot clock winding down after the Lancers rallied to get within five.
The Warriors led wire-to-wire, opening the game with a 19-4 flurry, out-rebounding the Lancers 11-1 in the 6:30 of the game. The Lancers mounted a mini-rally to get within 26-17, but the Warriors scored five straight and eventually opened a 16-point advantage with 3:26 to play in the half.
The Lancers stayed within striking distance and began to get back in it midway through the half. A Wong 3-pointer in the corner followed by a Fisk dunk on the break made it 63-56 with 6:56 left. Ivan Patterson drilled a corner 3-pointer and Fisk hit a layup with 4:02 left to make it 65-61, but the Warriors answered with a 3-point play.
A Fisk dunk off a lob made it 72-67 with 2:35 to play, but Walters drilled a 3-pointer to make it 75-67 with two minutes left. A steal and a layup by Sam Marcus seconds later pushed the margin back to 10 (77-67) and put the game out of reach.
The Lancers put five in double figures and shot 53.2 percent from the floor but couldn't recover from the rough start.