CHICAGO — The University of Nebraska at Omaha women cruised Saturday, beating Indiana Dabney 83-39 in a game that was ended by the referees with two minutes left to play.
Indiana Dabney, a small school that is an exploratory member of the United States Collegiate Athletic Association, had seven players available for the game and had received multiple technical fouls throughout, causing the referees to end it early.
The Mavericks improved to 13-5 with their second win in three days in Chicago. UNO also defeated Chicago State 62-47 Thursday.
Indiana Dabney fell to 0-7. A full box score was not provided by Indiana Dabney.
Paige Frauendorfer led the Mavs with 16 points and is three away from reaching 1,000 career points. Jamie Nash had 12 points while Ericka House and Carly Cator each added nine. Cator’s nine were a career high.
Freshman Kate Bayes and sophomore Myhiah Dotzler also set career highs, each with seven points.
UNO bolted to a 13-0 advantage and led 38-20 at halftime before outscoring Indiana Dabney 45-19 in the second half.
With nonconference games out of the way, the Mavs turn their attention to their final 10 Summit League games.
UNO begins that stretch by hosting North Dakota State and South Dakota State next week. The Bison visit Sapp Fieldhouse on Thursday for a 7 p.m. contest.