Dayton’s Trey Landers and Dwayne Cohill shake hands before a NIT game against Colorado on Tuesday, March 19, 2019, at the CU Events Center in Boulder, Colo. David Jablonski/Staff
Photo: Staff Writer
Photo: Staff Writer

Dayton will play Summit League team for second straight year in 2019-20 season

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Dayton will play the Omaha Mavericks (Neb.) on Nov. 19 at UD Arena, a source confirmed Tuesday. Jon Rothstein first reported the news.

Here’s a list of the other known non-conference opponents:

Dayton also will play Nov. 25-27 in the Maui Invitational for the first time since 2013. Possible opponents include BYU, Georgia, Kansas, Michigan State, UCLA, Virginia Tech and host Chaminade. That bracket should be released sometime in July.

Dayton has never played Omaha. The Mavericks, who compete in the Summit League, moved to Division I in the 2012-13 season. They had their best season last season, finishing 21-11 and 13-3 in the conference. They lost 73-63 to North Dakota State in the Summit League championship game, falling short of their first NCAA tournament bid.

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This will be the second straight season Dayton has played a Summit League team. It beat Fort Wayne 91-80 last season at UD Arena.

Omaha, which lost its top two scorers, ranked 178th in the NCAA Evaluation Tool last season. Dayton was 70th.

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