UNI set a UNI-Dome record with 13 three pointers as the Panthers rolled past Wagner 86-56. The Panthers connected on eight of their first 12 shots to take command early enroute to their sixth win of the season against two losses.UNI coach Greg McDermott on his post-game show on the UNI Sports Network says they had too many shooters for Wagner to cover. He says they were able to wear Wagner out. Ben Jacobsen led the way with 15 points but nearly evryone had a part in this one. Eric Coleman and Erik Crawford each had 13-points while Grant Stout added 12. Freshman Adam Viet had eight points, including a pair of three pointers. McDermott says they have a lot of different guys who can shoot the ball.Of the 13 players who saw action for UNI 12 scored. The Panthers return to action Thursday at home against Longwood.