After sweeping a two-game homestand last weekend, the U.N.I. women will go back on the road tonight when they visit Creighton in Omaha. The Bluejays have yet to lose a Missouri Valley Conference game, and Panther coach Tanya Warren says that Creighton’s defensive intensity has been a big part of their early success.
Warren says that while the Panthers are happy with their 3-1 start in the Valley, they know there is still a lot of work to be done.
U.N.I. will follow up tonight’s game in Omaha with another road contest on Saturday when they face Drake in Des Moines.
Jesse Gavin KCNZ Cedar Falls