Cedar Falls native is looking forward to feedback from professional teams.
Filling the void left by MVC Defensive Player of the Year Isaiah Brown won't be easy.
A 6-foot-7 forward, Mar signed with the Panthers during Wednesday’s opening to the spring signing period.
KANSAS CITY—The University of Northern Iowa’s sophomore duo of point guard AJ Green and center Austin Phyfe has secured first team honors on t…
Today marks the 10-year anniversary of Northern Iowa's NCAA second round win over Kansas.
Loyola's run to the 2018 Final Four instead of a first-round loss gave UNI approximately an additional $656,000 over six years.
University of Northern Iowa coach Ben Jacobson made sure his players took an opportunity to share what they were grateful for and count their …
With the details of a veteran lawyer making his closing statement, coach Ben Jacobson delivered his argument for the Panthers.
ST. LOUIS — Minutes removed from his team’s worst loss of the season, University of Northern Iowa head coach Ben Jacobson was left hoping that…
Drake became the first 8-seed to win a quarterfinal game against the MVC Tournament's top seed.
Drake seeks redemption after scoring a season-low 43 points against the Panthers on Saturday.
UNI's 14th-year head coach matched Drake's Maury John as the only two in league history to win the award four times.
UNI's offensive efficiency ranking has leaped from 281st to seventh nationally this season.
This marks the first time since the 2005-06 season that two Panthers have been named to the first team.
UNI sophomore AJ Green has been named the 2020 Missouri Valley Conference Player of the Year.
UNI's redshirt sophomore center put together an impressive double-double in Sunday's MVC finale.
The Panthers have ended a 10-year conference title drought in convincing fashion inside a sold out Knapp Center.
We cap the podcast previewing UNI's regular season finale set for Saturday night at Drake (18-12, 8-9).
The Panthers secured the No. 1 seed for the MVC Tournament, becoming the program's third team to finish with a perfect home record.
The Panthers enter Wednesday’s 7 p.m. game Evansville attempting to become the program’s third team to complete a perfect defense of its home court.
Isaiah Brown's family members completed a 14-hour overnight trip from Texas to see the UNI senior play one of his final home games.
Winning time is the theme that Northern Iowa has embraced during the pursuit of a Missouri Valley Conference championship.