A jumper by Prairie View's Montrael Scott tied the game at 58 with 7:26 remaining. The Panthers (2-11) went scoreless over the next 4:25, however, as Nevels scored six during a 10-0 run by Hawaii.
Karim York made 1 of 2 free throws to end Prairie View's drought and Scott made two 3-pointers and a pair of free throws during a 9-2 run which made it 70-66 with 1:33 left.
Fleming made a layup and, after a steal by Bobbitt, Aaron Valdes made a dunk to push Hawaii's lead back to eight with less than a minute left.
Scott led Prairie View with 27 points.