Men's Basketball


MBB: Panthers Drop Out of First

A big comeback by UNI fell short and Southern Illinois held on to edge the Panther men 68-66 in Carbondale Wednesday. UNI trailed by 16 in the middle of the second half. They were back within one during the closing seconds but could never tie it up. A last attempt by A.J. Green from the…read more »


MBB: Green for Three (MVC Awards)

Two big performances by A.J. Green, two UNI Panther wins, and a third Missouri Valley Conference Player of the Week award. The latest honor for Green was announced on Monday by the MVC. The sophomore scored 29 against Valparaiso last Wednesday and 25 versus Bradley Saturday. With wins in both of those games, the Panthers…read more »


MBB: Road Win for the Sweep

Two weeks after a home victory over the Bradley Braves, the UNI Panther men’s basketball team earned a repeat outcome on the road in Peoria Saturday, 86-71. Sophomore guard A.J. Green was on the court for all but two minutes and led the effort with 25 points.  He has now recorded 20 or more points…read more »


MBB: Visiting Valpo No Match for Panthers

For awhile after halftime on Wednesday, UNI Panther sophomore A.J. Green could do no wrong. Green scored 22 of his 29 points in the second half, leading the Panthers to an 88-78 victory over the Valparaiso Crusaders at the McLeod Center. Before Green found his rhythm, UNI still led by 11 early in the first…read more »


MBB: Bears Have No Bite vs. Panthers

The UNI Panther men’s basketball team pulled ahead early on Saturday and never let up during an 80-57 road win against the Missouri State Bears. Before the game was nine minutes old, UNI had earned a 20-point lead.  It was a solid shooting first half, as the Panthers made 19 of their 32 attempts, including…read more »


MBB: Panthers Win a Different Way

When the UNI Panther men’s basketball team has success, they typically are hitting shots from long distance, but the winning formula was a little different Tuesday during a 76-70 win against the Indiana State Sycamores at the McLeod Center. Three-point attempts weren’t falling most of the night. The Panthers were just three-for-15 from that range.…read more »

Panther Podcasts