Fellow starters Karli Rucker, Nicole Kroeger and Megan Maahs each finished with 10 points. Freshmen Emerson Green and Maya McDermott scored nine points apiece and Cailyn Morgan added seven. McDermott finished with seven assists.
The Panthers will still be at home on Feb. 19, but now UNI will face South Dakota State in a 7 p.m. kickoff. Currently UNI's plan is to allow 15 percent of the UNI-Dome's capacity to attend home games with is the equivalent of 2,400-500 fans with hopes some crowd restrictions could be lifted to allow more.
A big reason why the Bulldogs have been so successful again this season is their offense, which may seem like a surprise since the Bulldogs lost Becca Hittner and Sara Rhine, mainstays in the starting lineup and the go-to scorers for the Bulldogs. But with Hittner and Rhine gone, the Bulldogs have found different options. Drake entered Saturday's game once again with one of the most potent offenses in the league, ranking first in scoring, averaging 78.2 points per game.