Wichita State (17-3, 8-0) defeated UNI (10-9, 6-2), 70-52, inside the McLeod Center Friday night. Cedar Falls, Iowa.
The Shockers were led by four double-figure scorers for the fourth-straight game, including Alex Harden's game-high 16 points. Jamillah Bonner and Michaela Dapprich had 15 points each, and Kelsey Jacobs had 13.
For the game, WSU shot 54.4 percent (31-57) to UNI's 30.8 percent (16-52). WSU held the Panthers to 13 percent in the first half.
Madison Weekly had a team-high 12 points for the Panthers.
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To open the second half, WSU held UNI to just two free throws through the first five minutes while increasing the lead to 35-14 at the 15:05 mark.
UNI cut the lead to 16 at the 13:09 mark on a Lamar three-pointer, but the Shockers put the lead back at 20 on two free throws by Jacobs and a steal then a layup by Harden at the 11:02 mark.
WSU's lead held stead through the second half, while the Shockers out-scored UNI, 41-40, in the second half after holding the Panthers to 12 points in the first half.
WSU opened the game on an 11-2 run before UNI made its first field goal at the 14:05 mark as the Panthers closed it to 11-4. UNI scored again on a Davison three-pointer two minutes later from in front of the Shocker bench to close the gap to 11-7.
WSU grabbed is first double-digit lead of the game with a Michaela Dapprich layup off a bounce pass in the lane from Bonner at 7:10.
Another bounce pass to Dapprich, this time from Jacobs, made the lead 13, 20-7, at 5:41.
WSU had forced nine Panthers turnovers in the first 15 and a half minutes while UNI had shot 11.8 percent (2-17) from the field to that point.
The Shockers extended the lead to 20 over the next four minutes before Donaldson hit the Panthers' third field goal of the half at the 29-second mark.
WSU led 29-12 into the halftime locker room on 48.1 percent (13-27) shooting, while UNI went into the half shooting 13 percent (3-23), which included a 2-of-11 effort from the field.
Jacobs had eight points to lead WSU, while three Panthers had three points.