The Westminster men had as many shots as Blackburn did Saturday but lost 3-0.
Blackburn (7-3, 5-1 SLIAC) scored two first half goals while goalkeepers turned away seven Blue Jay shots. Westminster (2-6-2, 2-3-1 SLIAC) had 20 shots compared with Blackburn's 17.
The goals happened in the 16th and 30th minutes while five of the seven Westminster shots on goal happened in the first half. Niklas Olsson and Nolan Deane had attempts that were seconds apart in the 35th minute.
Blackburn added an unassisted goal near the end of the game in the 89th minute while Blake Corona and Ari Lieberman had the Blue Jay second-half shots on goal.
Joe Wilder, Mustekbel Shoune and Freddy Nene led Westminster with three shots each while Connor Benefield made four saves.
The Blue Jays will host Webster at 5 p.m. Wednesday.