The win keeps Rollins (16-3, 8-2 SSC) in a tie with Barry for first place in the Sunshine State Conference.
Tampa (9-11, 2-8 SSC) was paced by 18 points from Moriah Hodge while Jaleesa Harmon added 15.
Rollins jumped out to a 7-2 lead only to have UT come back and lead 8-7 five minutes into the game. The advantage would be short lived and the Spartans only of the night, however as a Blackburn triple on the next possession put the Tars ahead for good.
The Tars held a 21-17 lead at the 7:20 mark and slowly pulled away the rest of the period, going into halftime ahead 38-24.
Rollins' offense methodically extended the gap to start the second period as the Tars led 60-40 with 8:20 to play. They would go on to lead by as much as 30, 77-47, late in the game.
The Tars shot 49 percent (32-65) from the field and hit nine 3-pointers while UT hit 43 percent (18-42) and was just 4-of-15 from long range. Rollins earned a 32-29 rebounding edge and forced 25 Spartans turnovers while committing just 12.
Rollins heads to St. Petersburg on Saturday, Feb. 4 to face Eckerd at 2 p.m. Fans can catch all the action live on the Tars Sports Network at RollinsSports.com and locally on 91.5 FM, WPRK.