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December 2, 2013

CBS Sports & AP Ranks Dayton #21

Dayton Flyers logoAfter a promising 3 days in Maui and a great start to the season, Dayton officially appears in two of three Top 25 polls including the Associated Press Top 25 and the CBS Sports Top 25 & 1.  The Coaches Poll which is typically slow to react places the Flyers at #31 in the others receiving votes section.

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November 26, 2013

Dayton tops Cal 82-64 in Maui Classic 3rd Place Matchup

Devin Oliver had 21 points and Dayton halted an early second-half surge by California to win 82-64 in the Maui Invitational on Wednesday. Oliver started a key 12-point run five minutes into the second half with a tip-in and a 3-pointer, then had a steal and drive that ended in a spinning layup. Less than a minute later, 6-foot freshman Kyle Davis drove in from the top of the key in traffic for a two-handed dunk to give Dayton a 52-39 lead with less than 12 minutes left. The run muted a one-man attack by Justin Cobbs, who scored Cal's first 12 points of the second half. Cobbs finished with 31 points for the Golden Bears (5-2). The win gave Dayton (6-1) its second big win this week and third place in the tournament. It beat No. 11 Gonzaga on Monday and lost by 1 to No. 18 Baylor on Tuesday. Cal placed fourth. The Flyers shot just under 52 percent in the second half after making less than half their shots in the first. Jalen Robinson had 17 points, Vee Sanford had 14 and Davis had 12, including 10 in the second half.

November 26, 2013

Dayton Can't Close Upset of Baylor - Looses 67-66

Baylor led Dayton for a little more than 16 seconds in the second half Tuesday night. They were the right 16 seconds. Cory Jefferson had a go-ahead putback in the waning moments and the 18th-ranked Bears rallied for a 67-66 victory in the semifinals of the Maui Invitational. "We led 1-zip and we finished leading by one," Baylor coach Scott Drew said. "Everything else was chasing Dayton." After trailing nearly the entire game, Baylor (6-0) whittled away a 10-point deficit over the final seven minutes. The Bears were down by one when Kenny Chery missed a jumper off the front of the rim, but Jefferson was all alone for the rebound and his layup gave Baylor a 67-66 lead with 16 seconds to go. Vee Sanford missed a contested shot in close for Dayton with two seconds left, Devin Oliver's tip-in attempt bounced off the rim and Baylor grabbed the rebound as the final buzzer sounded. Dayton will play California in the third-place game.

November 26, 2013

Dayton Upsets #11 Gonzaga at the Maui Classic

Gonzaga Bulldogs logoJordan Sibert scored 23 points and Dayton upset No. 11 Gonzaga 84-79 on Monday night in the Maui Invitational, its third win against a top 12 team in seven games at the early-season tournament. Dyshawn Pierre hit four free throws with less than 30 seconds left and Kyle Dranginis narrowly missed an open 3-pointer that could have tied it for the Bulldogs in the final seconds. Gonzaga (4-1) led by as many as 16 in the first half. "The second half, the guys were ready to play," Dayton coach Archie Miller said. "From that point forward, we were the team we wanted to be." Sibert had 16 points in the second half as the Flyers (5-0) came back to give this year's tournament its first major upset. Pierre had 15 points and nine rebounds. Devin Oliver scored 12 and Khari Price 11 for the Flyers.

November 20, 2013

Oliver, Siebert lead Dayton past GT & Brian Gregory

Devin Oliver and Jordan Sibert each scored 20 points, Vee Sanford added 15 and Dayton beat Georgia Tech 82-72 on Wednesday night. Dayton (4-0) maximized its chances on Georgia Tech's 19 miscues to outscore the Yellow Jackets 33-6 on turnovers. Facing former coach Brian Gregory - now in his third season at Georgia Tech - for the first time, the Flyers got off to a difficult start. They missed seven of their first eight 3-point attempts and trailed by nine points midway through the first half. But Dayton went on a 13-0 run that ended on Sanford's 3 from the left corner, and the Flyers led 37-30 with 2:39 to go before intermission. Over the last seven seasons, the Flyers have won 20 of their last 39 games against major conferences. Beating Georgia Tech gave Dayton, which plays in the Atlantic 10, five straight wins over Atlantic Coast Conference opponents.

November 16, 2013

Dayton bests another St. Francis (NY) 78-58

St. Fran.-NY Terriers logoReserve Vee Sanford scored 14 points to lead four players in double figures as Dayton pulled away for a 78-58 victory over St. Francis-New York on Saturday. Khari Price and Jordan Siebert had 13 points apiece for the Flyers (3-0) and Matt Kavanaugh added 10. Dean Oliver had six rebounds and five assists to go with nine points.  Price's jump shot just before the buzzer gave the Flyers a 32-25 lead at the half. The Terriers were within three midway through the second half when P.J. Santavenere made a three-pointer before the Flyers slowly took control. Dayton, which beat Saint Francis (Pa.) on Wednesday, shot 51 percent from the field and made 24 of 30 free throws.

November 13, 2013

Dayton beats St. Francis (Pa.) 70-56

St. Fran.-Pa. Red Flash logoDevin Oliver scored 16 points as Dayton pulled away in the final minutes to beat St. Francis University (Pa.) 70-56 on Wednesday night. Oliver was 5-of-10 from the floor and had 12 rebounds and three steals for the Flyers (2-0). Dyshawn Pierre and Khari Price had 14 points each. Pierre was also 4-of-4 in free throws and had 10 rebounds. Jordan Sibert came in from the bench to score 12 points and hit five of six free throws. The Flyers took an early lead and held it for most of the game and led 33-28 at the end of the first half. They won it on a 16-2 run with four minutes left in the game after St Francis had tied it at 54-54.

November 9, 2013

Dayton beat IPFW on buzzer-beater 81-80

IPFW Mastodons logoJordan Sibert hit the buzzer-beating 3-pointer to become the hero in his first game in a Dayton uniform on Saturday, an 81-80 thriller over IPFW. The Flyers trailed 80-78 with six seconds to go and IPFW inbounding from under its own basket. Pierre Bland attempted to find Michael Kibiloski streaking long at half court but Kyle Davis tipped the ball, grabbed it on the ground and passed it forward to Khari Price, who dished to an open Sibert in the left corner for the game-winner.Both Price and Sibert had missed crucial free throws prior in the lead-up to the game's final play. Price had a career-high 17 points and Dyshawn Pierre added 24 points and eight rebounds.

February 26, 2012

Flyers Crush Minutemen 76-43

Chris Johnson had a double-double with 20 points and 11 rebounds, and four of his Dayton teammates scored in double figures in a 76-43 win over Massachusetts on Saturday. The Flyers (18-10, 8-6 Atlantic 10) held Massachusetts - the highest-scoring team in the conference with 76.4 points a game - to its lowest point total of the season. The previous low-scoring game for the Minutemen (19-9, 8-6) was a 73-53 loss to Florida State in November. Kevin Dillard finished with 14 points and seven assists for the Flyers, who have won two straight. Luke Fabrizius had 11 points and Devin Oliver and Josh Parker each had 10 points. Dayton did not have trouble with the Minutemen, who scored only 18 points in the first half. Massachusetts struggled from the floor, shooting 25 percent (13 of 52) for the game.

February 22, 2012

Williams Leads Dayton to Victory Over Duquesne

Paul Williams led Dayton with 18 points, while Matt Kavanaugh recorded his second straight double-double with 12 points and 11 rebounds, to lead Dayton over Duquesne 74-62 Wednesday night. Chris Johnson finished with 13 points and eight rebounds for the Flyers (17-10, 7-6 Atlantic 10 Conference), Josh Parker scored 12 and Kevin Dillard had 11 points. Devin Oliver grabbed a career-high 10 boards. The Flyers have now won three of four, and avenged a Feb. 1 loss to the Dukes. Dayton led 33-30 at the break, and the Flyers outscored the Dukes 19-6 during a nine-minute span to lead 66-56 with 2:40 left to clinch the win. The Flyers shot 14 for 16 (87.5 percent) from the foul line compared to a 12-for-20 performance by the Dukes (60 percent). Dayton also outrebounded Duquesne 41-24.

February 18, 2012

Xavier Tops Dayton in Overtime 86-83

Tu Holloway scored a season-high 32 points—15 of them on free throws—and Xavier extended its 31-year dominance of Dayton on the Musketeers’ home court, beating the Flyers 86-83 in overtime on Saturday night. Xavier (17-9, 8-4 Atlantic 10 Conference) never trailed in overtime, which Mark Lyons opened with a pair of driving baskets. Holloway took it from there, hitting a 3 and four consecutive free throws, the last with 11.7 seconds to go. Kevin Dillard missed a 3-point shot for Dayton (16-10, 6-6), and Holloway came down with the rebound with 1.5 seconds left to secure it. Then, the Xavier students broke out posters of the six U.S. presidents who have held office since the Flyers last beat the Musketeers in Cincinnati. Dayton is 0-27 since its last victory on Xavier’s court on Jan. 10, 1981. Dillard led the Flyers with 20 points.

February 15, 2012

Dayton Defeats Charlotte 75-65

Charlotte 49ers logoChris Johnson scored 22 points as Dayton rode a big second half en route to a 75-65 win over Charlotte Wednesday night in Atlantic 10 Conference action. The Flyers (16-9, 6-5), who trailed 33-30 at intermission, outscored Charlotte 45-32 in the second half to end the 49ers’ brief two-game winning streak. Chris Braswell had a superb game for Charlotte (12-12, 4-7), scoring 27 points—16 in the first half. Braswell hit 8 of 13 field goal attempts, including one 3-pointer, and went 10 of 12 at the foul line. But the only other 49ers player in double figures was Jamar Briscoe with 11 points. Johnson, who grabbed nine rebounds and just missed a double-double, got help from Devin Oliver and Kevin Dillard with 14 and 13 points, respectively.Dayton had a huge advantage on 3-pointers, hitting 11 of 27 treys. Charlotte was just 2 of 14 from the arc.

February 11, 2012

Dayton Outlasts Fordham 72-70

Chris Johnson had a season-high 22 points and 13 rebounds as Dayton defeated Fordham 72-70 in overtime Saturday. Johnson scored the Flyers' first five points in overtime. Josh Parker, who scored all of his 14 points for Dayton in the second half, hit two free throws with 1:01 remaining in overtime to give the Flyers a 72-68 lead. Fordham, which got two free throws from Bryan Smith with 53 seconds to go, missed its final five field goal attempts in overtime and had two shots blocked in that span. Dayton (15-9, 5-5 Atlantic 10 Conference), which made 22 of 27 free throw attempts, snapped a four-game losing streak and beat the Rams for the sixth time in a row. Chris Gaston scored 23 points, Devon McMillan added 16, Smith had 14 and Kervin Bristol had 11 points and 15 rebounds for the Rams (9-14, 2-8), who lost their third straight.

February 4, 2012

Coklin Leads SLU to Victory Over UD

Brian Conklin scored 16 points and Saint Louis held off a rally by Dayton for a 58-50 victory on Saturday night. Conklin also grabbed eight rebounds for the Billikens (18-5, 6-3 Atlantic 10). Kwamain Mitchell scored 12 points and Cody Ellis scored 10 as Saint Louis remained one-half game behind conference leader Temple. Chris Johnson scored 16 points and collected seven rebounds for Dayton (14-9, 4-5). Kevin Dillard scored 11 points. Dayton was trailing by 10 points when it started on an 8-0 run to make it 36-34. The Flyers had a chance to take the lead, but Luke Fabrizius could not connect on a 3-point attempt. Saint Louis remained in control the rest of the way.

February 1, 2012

Dukes Knock Out Dayton At Home 83-73

B.J. Monteiro scored 20 points to pace four in double figures for Duquesne in an 83-73 win over Dayton on Wednesday night, helping the Dukes avoid their first three-game skid of the season. Mike Talley added 15 points, Eric Evans 12 and Jerry Jones 10 for the Dukes (13-9, 4-4 Atlantic 10 Conference). Monteiro also went 4 of 7 from 3-point range for Duquesne, which finished 12 of 23 from the arc (52.2 percent). The Flyers were just 5 of 18 from long distance (27.8 percent). Duquesne stayed ahead for most of this one, building a 16-point lead at one juncture in the opening half that led to a 49-40 advantage at intermission. The Dukes edged the Flyers 34-33 in the second half, sealing the win. Kevin Dillard scored a game-high 22 points to lead Dayton (14-8, 4-4), which has lost a season-high three consecutive games.

February 1, 2012

Rhoady Defeats Flyers 86-81

Rhode Island Rams logoBilly Baron scored a career-high 25 points as Rhode Island continued its mastery over Dayton with an 86-81 victory Saturday night. The Rams (4-18, 1-6 Atlantic 10 Conference), who had lost six straight, have won their last five meetings with Dayton (14-7, 4-3) and they ended the Flyers' eight-game home winning streak. The last time Rhode Island played at Dayton, on Jan. 26, 2010, it ended a 30-game Flyers home winning streak. After Baron's 3-pointer with 3:20 remaining tied the game for the 11th time, the Rams ran off six points to lead 81-75 with 37 seconds left.Two 3-pointers by Luke Fabrizius, both assisted by Kevin Dillard, who had a career-high 13 assists, brought Dayton within 82-81 with 16 seconds left before the Rams secured the game with free throws. Holton finished with 16 points for Rhode Island. Chris Johnson had 20 points and Fabrizius 17 for Dayton.

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