The UNI women fell behind early and never led in a 72-61 loss at Indiana State. The Panthers hurt their own cause with 15 first half turnovers.UNI coach Tony Dicecco says eight or nine of them were unforced turnovers, as he says the team was a little tight for some reason. Amy Swisher led the Panthers with 22-points but Alex Cook and Emily Berry were held below their averages. He says for them to be successful they have to have more balanced scoring and more support. Swisher says the Panthers must stop falling behind at halftime. She says they were getting satisfied even though they were down by four. She says they have to get more fight. The Panthers play their next three games at home.
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