MILWAUKEE (AP) - Tony Meier scored 19 points and Milwaukee rolled to an 86-50 victory over Nebraska-Omaha on Saturday night.
The Panthers (9-3) never trailed and led by 44 points in the second half against the Mavericks (5-8), who are making the transition to Division I. They will play in the Summit League next season.
Kaylon Williams had 17 points and eight assists, and Paris Gulley scored 12 for Milwaukee, which scored the first nine points and had a 23-4 run later in the first half.
The Panthers made 15 3-pointers, with Meier going 5 for 12 and Gulley 4 for 5 from behind the arc.
CJ Carter and Mitch Albers scored 10 points each for Nebraska-Omaha.