ARLINGTON -- UT Arlington finally had something to celebrate at home.In a dismal season and two days after UTA coach Samantha Morrow resigned, the Mavericks received a career-high 27 points from junior center Desherra Nwanguma to beat Idaho 60-58, breaking a 13-game home losing streak."Desherra made me look like a really good coach today, scoring the points that she did," UTA interim coach Karen Blair said.Nwanguma said driving the baseline helped her get into the groove."Going baseline has been working this whole time, because it's something so simple that I feel kind of crazy just realizing it. But, yeah, going baseline has been working," Nwanguma said.Nwanguma scored nine of UTA's first 13 points.Kiara Parker's lay-up as time expired gave the Mavericks (5-18, 3-10) a 29-27 halftime lead.Idaho (12-13, 9-5) cut an eight-point deficit to one, but UTA held on, despite not scoring a field goal in the final 4:42."This has been a very difficult week for us," Blair said. "We were really trying to come together. We're a really close family and ... we came together."