Herbeck finished 6 of 8 from the field, including 5 of 7 from 3-point range, and hit two free throws for the Black Knights (6-5), who got scoring contributions from 16 different players.
Army made twice as many shots as Rosemont in the first half (16 to 8) and led 46-26 at intermission behind 16 points from Herbeck. The second half was no different as Army hit 19 of 34 shots, compared to 8 of 33 for Rosemont (6-3), and outscored the Ravens 44-22.
Army grabbed a season-high 55 rebounds, dished out 19 assists and scored 24 points off 21 Rosemont turnovers. The Black Knights also posted 11 steals for the second straight game.
Kiwan Murray led Rosemont with nine points.