The first-place Panthers (27-2, 20-2 Wolverine-Hoosier Athletic Conference), who have one of the toughest defenses in the nation, as well as an outstanding offense, led by as many as 21 in the first half.
Indiana Tech battled back though, and despite playing without one of their leading scorers Ulyssia Richmond, the Warriors finished the period on a 20-9 run to trail 43-33 at the break.
However, the second half was all Davenport, as it outscored Indiana Tech 59-31 and shoot over 70 percent from the field.
Rachael Kruse and Shallante Clements led the way for the Warriors with 14 points apiece, a season-high for Clements.
Bass added nine points and five assists.
Indiana Tech will play at Siena Heights University in the first round of the WHAC Tournament on Wednesday at 7:30 p.m.