The Panthers took on North Dakota at the McLeod Center this afternoon.
UNI came off a win on their home floor against Creighton and would do it again today.
The Panthers got it started early, Madison Weekly sunk a three in the first quarter.
North Dakota worked to respond but could not keep up with UNI when it came to scoring.
UNI lead 18-8 after the first quarter.
A familiar face could be seen on the North Dakota bench, former UNI standout Katelin Oney is now an assistant coach for the Fighting Hawks.
In the second quarter Hannah Schonhardt made a quick bucket and it wouldn't stop there.
Angie Davison came up with a three-pointer, the Panthers almost doubling North Dakota's points.
North Dakota kept fighting but the Panthers took this one home with a 74-53 win.
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