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Northern Colorado vs. Northern Iowa final score: Bears routed on the road, 76-59

The Bears couldn't keep up with the Panthers of the Missouri Valley.

Christian Petersen

The Northern Colorado Bears remained winless away from Greeley this season, losing on the road to the Northern Iowa Panthers, 76-59, on Wednesday night.

It was a three-guard show for the Bears, led by 16 points from Tevin Svihovec and 14 points from Tate Unruh, who shot 4-8 from the three-point line. Paul Garnica added 15 points off the bench for Northern Colorado, shooting an efficient 5-of-7 from the field and 4-of-4 from the free-throw line.

The Panthers sprinted out to a big lead early, grabbing a 20-6 advantage six minutes into the game after four consecutive three-pointers from Deon Mitchell, Nate Buss, and Matt Bohannon. Northern Iowa shot 52% from the field and was led in scoring by Jake Koch, who posted 17 points and seven rebounds.

Aside from the three-guard attack, all other Northern Colorado players combined for only 14 points.

Now at 1-5, the Bears remain on the road and will face No. 24 Wichita State Shockers on Dec. 8.

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