DeKALB, Ill. - With a strong rebounding presence and the wherewithal to sink shots when it counted, the Northern Illinois women's basketball improved to 2-0 in the NIU Convocation Center as it defeated Bradley, 63-60. The Huskies (2-2) out rebounded the Braves (2-3) in the contest, 45-43, with 19 on the offensive glass to account for 25 second chance points.
The Northern Illinois women's basketball team lost its season opener, 78-44, at Wisconsin-Green Bay.
DeKALB – Danny Pulliam thrived as a freshman.
Both Northern Illinois basketball teams start the season today with the men playing host to Nebraska-Omaha and the women traveling north for a game at Green Bay.
DEKALB, Ill. – Five players scored in double figures as the Northern Illinois University men’s basketball team earned a 90-57 exhibition victory over Rockford University on Saturday evening at the NIU Convocation Center. Redshirt junior Jordan Threloff scored 17 points and grabbed seven rebounds off the bench to pace the Huskies.
Coaches speak at Media Day at Convocation Center in DeKalb
The Northern Illinois women's basketball team's 2013-14 schedule includes three games against in-state opponents.
SAN FRANCISCO – A federal appeals court ruled Wednesday that video game maker Electronic Arts must face legal claims by college players that it unfairly used their images without compensation.
Hopes to have announcement near end of July
When Alex Dumoulin told the Northern Illinois women’s basketball coaching staff that she wasn’t interested in continuing her playing career with the Huskies, she expected that to be the end of it.
BUFFALO – The No. 10 seed Northern Illinois University women’s basketball team fell to No. 7 seed Buffalo, 56-46, in the first round of the 2013 Mid-American Conference Women’s Basketball Tournament Saturday afternoon at Alumni Arena.
DeKALB – Kathi Bennett said her team has been playing good basketball.
DeKALB – Northern Illinois women’s basketball coach Kathi Bennett didn’t think her team could have played any harder in the second half of Thursday’s 54-45 loss to Eastern Michigan.
MUNCIE, Ind. – The Northern Illinois University women’s basketball team dropped a 64-54 decision to Ball State at Worthen Arena Saturday afternoon.
DEKALB, Ill. – The Northern Illinois University women’s basketball team suffered a 60-49 setback to hot-shooting Bowling Green at the Convocation Center Saturday afternoon.
DeKALB – The Northern Illinois women's basketball team's first conference win was within their grasp against Toledo on Saturday,
DeKALB – Satavia Taylor’s layup was just off the mark.
MOUNT PLEASANT, Mich. – A huge second half surge by Central Michigan led the Chippewas to an 83-56 win over Northern Illinois Saturday afternoon at McGuirk Arena. In a Mid-American Conference West Division contest, CMU (10-7, 4-0 MAC) outscored NIU (5-12, 0-4 MAC) 42-19 in the second stanza to earn its fourth straight win over the Huskies in Mount Pleasant.
Corral leads again with 13
DeKALB – Northern Illinois dropped its Mid-American Conference home opener to Ball State, 57-51, on Sunday afternoon at the Convocation Center. The loss moves the Huskies to 5-10, 0-2 in MAC play while the Cardinals improved to 5-10, 2-0 in the league’s first weekend of head-to-head competition.
Buffalo beat Northern Illinois, 60-53, Thursday in the Mid-American Conference opener for both teams. The Huskies fall to 5-9 and 0-1 in conference play.
CHICAGO – Kicking off a season long five-game road trip, Northern Illinois fell 66-61 in overtime to Illinois Chicago at UIC Pavilion Saturday afternoon. The Huskies (4-6) put together a strong first half but were outscored by the Flames (3-7) in the second half and overtime as UIC’s Rachel Story erupted for 20 of her game-high 23 points.
DeKALB – Northern Illinois women’s basketball coach Kathi Bennett wasn’t on the bench for Wednesday’s game against Eastern Illinois.
CHICAGO – Northern Illinois women’s basketball’s struggles against DePaul continued in a 68-46 loss to the Blue Demons (8-3) on Saturday at McGrath-Phillips Arena. The Huskies (3-5) surrendered a 49.1 shooting percentage, including a 58.1 second half clip, to DePaul while shooting 27.3 percent themselves. The loss marked NIU’s 19th straight to DePaul and 13th straight in Chicago as the Blue Demons improved to 34-7 all-time against the Huskies.