Women's Basketball


WBB: Panthers Outclass Visiting Sycamores

The UNI Panther women’s basketball team held the visiting Indiana State Sycamores to six first quarter points and seven during the second period, on the way to a convincing 73-43 victory. Cynthia Wolf led the balanced UNI offense with 14 points.  The sophomore added 13 rebounds for a double-double. Rose Simon-Ressler had 13 points in…read more »


WBB: Happy Homecoming for UNI Women

Playing at the McLeod Center for the first time in more than a month, the UNI Panther women’s basketball team held off the Evansville Purple Aces 76-60 on Friday. Karli Rucker knocked down six of UNI’s 13 three-pointers during a 28 point effort, representing her biggest scoring night of the season to date. In the…read more »


WBB: Panthers Downed by Bears in Missouri

The UNI Panther women’s basketball team was forced into 17 turnovers by #20 Missouri State Sunday; those takeaways helped the Bears to an 80-66 win in Springfield. Missouri State also outrebounded UNI 47-26. Karli Rucker opened the game with a 3-pointer, giving the Panthers their only lead of the day. Rucker scored a team-high 14…read more »


WBB: Seesaw Game Tips to Panthers

The UNI Panther women’s basketball team pulled to a big first quarter lead but trailed at halftime during a back-and-forth Friday game, which wrapped up with Tanya Warren’s team on top of Southern Illinois 60-57 in Carbondale. Kristina Cavey led the Panthers with 15 points, and Karli Rucker added 14. The Panthers jumped ahead by…read more »


WBB: Bulldogs Take Bite Out of UNI Defense

FROM UNI ATHLETICS MEDIA RELATIONS The UNI Panther women’s basketball team scored 87 points Friday, but UNI gave up more points than in any game since the 1994/95 season, falling to Drake 104-87. Four Panthers scored in double figures led by Kam Finley with 18 points. Nicole Kroeger hit five three-pointers to score 15 points,…read more »


WBB: UNI Tames Mavericks in Omaha

Karli Rucker had 19 points to lead the UNI women’s basketball team to a convincing road win against Nebraska-Omaha on Tuesday. The Panthers rolled to the 81-45 victory on the strength of a 19-0 run that spanned parts of the third and fourth quarters. Christina Cavey recorded 11 Panther points. Bre Gunnels and Rose Simon-Ressler…read more »