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UNI falls at Virginia 57-43

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CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (AP) -

Seth Tuttle led UNI with 14 points, but it wasn't enough to overcome a lackluster shooting day from the Panthers as they fell at Virginia 57-43.

UNI opened the day with 6 consecutive misses from the floor.  They had an especially forgettable day from the 3 point line misfiring on 17 of their 19 attempts.

Justin Anderson led the way for the Cavaliers with a 16 point performance.

UNI will attempt to right the ship when the host Iona on December 28.

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