A record night led U.N.I. past Bradley 83-77 last night In Missouri Valley Conference action in Cedar Falls. Jake Koch scored a career high 34 points to set the McCloud Center scoring record. The Panthers built a 42-21 lead at the half and held off a furious rally by Bradley in the second half, behind senior guard Andrew Warren who scored 28 of his team high 30 points in the second half.
Ben Jacobsen became only the 5th coach in U.N.I. history to win 100 games. U.N.I. is now 2-3 in the Valley and visits Illinois State on Wednesday night.
By Elwin Huffman, KOEL, Oelwein