MILWAUKEE -- 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.
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.
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