FULTON, Mo. -- The women's basketball team faced a stiff challenge in William Woods on Tuesday night and were defeated 76-58 on the road.
The Panthers fell behind 26-21 after the first quarter, but they rallied to tie the score at 36-all heading to halftime.
The score was tight in the third period, but William Woods hit a late three-pointer to grab a 55-50 lead after three quarters. WWU was relentless in the final stanza, outscoring Greenville 21-8 as the Panthers went over three minutes without scoring.
Laura Goodnight managed to come up with a game-high 13 rebounds in collecting over one-third of Greenville's caroms.
The Panthers were victimized by a shooting percentage of 37.5 percent and hit shots at a 14.2 percent clip behind the three-point line.
The Panthers (11-3) host Spalding on Saturday at 1 p.m.