Junior All-MVC center Dyana Pierre was named Team MVP.
Tipoff is set for 2:05 p.m. at SIU Arena.
At plus-12 wins, the Salukis have now recorded the largest turnaround in school history.
Today's win snaps an 11-game losing streak to the Panthers that dates back to Feb. 7, 2009.
Junior Dyana Pierre led Southern with 18 points and 18 rebounds, her 30th career double-double.
Photos from the 2015 SIU Women's Basketball Awards Banquet from April 12, 2015
SIU WBB vs. UNI, MVC Quarterfinals
Photos from Senior Day vs. Illinois State; March 7, 2015
Photos from the SIU-Bradley women's basketball game on Salukis Go Pink Day on Feb. 1, 2015.
SIU WBB vs. Evansville, Jan. 18, 2015
At Southern Illinois
2014-15 (Junior Season)
Awarded a scholarship in the preseason after contributing as a walk-on her sophomore season...Played in 23 games (4.6 minutes per)...Scored 18 points and recorded 14 rebounds...Graduated with a degree in radio-television-digital media in the spring.
2013-14 (Sophomore Season)
Played in all 30 games, starting 18 ... Led the team in assists (65) ... Scored 131 points (4.4 per game) and grabbed 89 rebounds (3.0 per game) ... Also blocked five shots and grabbed 23 steals ... Averaged 25.3 minutes per game ... Scored a season-high 11 points vs. Drake ... Grabbed a season-best seven rebounds at Evansville ... Dished a season-best seven assists vs. Eastern Illinois.
Centralia High School
Earned four varsity letters at Centralia where she ranks fifth in school history in scoring • named Honorable Mention All-Conference her freshman year and First-Team All-Conference her remaining three years • named Honorable Mention All-State following her senior season • named All-South three times.
Full name is Hannah Elizabeth Shores • major is Radio-Television • daughter of Steve and Annette Shores • has two siblings, Anica and Drew • born in Peoria, Ill.