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Dayton Flyers close out 2013 hosting Murray State on Sunday at 2 pm

The University of Dayton Flyers close out the 2013 calendar at home against the Murray State Racers on Sunday at 2 p.m. ET. The game will be televised on FOX Sports Ohio, carried by WHIO Radio and are available with live stats and streaming audio at DaytonFlyers.com.
HANG TEN
The Flyers are looking for their 10th win of the 2013-14 season. With a win, UD will have extended its streak of 10 or more non-conference wins to eight straight seasons.
ABOUT DAYTON
The Flyers are 9-3 so far in 2013-14, with two of the losses coming at the buzzer (to Baylor and USC).  Four players average double figures for UD — guard Jordan Sibert (13.5), forward Devin Oliver (11.4), forward Dyshawn Pierre (11.2) and guard Vee Sanford (10.4).  Oliver leads the tem in rebounding (7.0), assists (2.3, tied with Sanford) and is second in steals (1.1).  Nine Flyers average at leaast 12 minutes played a game.
SEEING DOUBLE
Dyshawn Pierre has recorded a double-double in back-to-back games. He tallied 16 points and 10 rebounds against USC. Pierre leads the Flyers with three double-doubles on the season.
I LOVE THE 80’S
UD has scored 80 or more points six times this season and won all six games.
ABOUT MURRAY STATE
The Murray State racers enter Sunday’s game 5-6 overall with all five victories at home. Four Racers average in double figures led by Jarvis Williams (13.3 ppg). Cameron Payne is the top scoring freshman in the Ohio Valley Conference (13.0 ppg), while Jeffrey Moss (11.7 ppg) and Dexter Fields (10.6) boost the attack. Clemson transfer T.J. Sapp has played only two games, but is averaging 20.0 per game.

(courtesy Murray State)

SERIES STUFF
Dayton leads the all-time series 6-3. Last year at UD Arena, the Flyers snapped Murray State’s 16-game road win with a 77-68 victory.
THIRD TIME IS A CHARM
The Flyers and Racers will be meeting for the third consecutive season. Each team has won on its home floor. Murray State won 75-58 on Dec. 4, 2011, while Dayton was victorious on Dec. 22, 2012 with a 77-68 victory.
TOP 50 IN THE RPI
• The Flyers are ranked No. 49 in the most recent RPI.
• The Flyers are 2-2 against the RPI’s Top 100.
• Dayton also has the 66th toughest strength of schedule.
CONQUERING GOLIATH
UD has been powerful against the power conferences. Dayton is 21-11 in the last seven years against BCS programs. Dayton’s 21 victories have come against Ole Miss (thrice), Georgia Tech, Alabama and Auburn (twice), Boston College, California, North Carolina, Minnesota, Illinois, Louisville, West Virginia, Marquette, Cincinnati, Seton Hall, Wake Forest and Pittsburgh.
LAST FIVE GAMES
• Three Flyers’ scoring average are in double figures: Jordan Sibert (12.2 ppg), Dyshawn Pierre (12.0) and Vee Sanford (11.8).
• Dayton averages 77.4 points per game and out-rebounds opponents by 7.8 per contest.
• While Dayton is shooting .476 from the floor, the Flyers have not been as potent from beyond the arc hitting at a .306 clip.
HOME COOKIN’
• Dayton is 6-1 this year on Tom Blackburn Court and has won nine of its last 10 dating back to last season.
• Dyshawn Pierre is Dayton’s top scorer at home averaging 14.6 points per game.
• Devin Oliver is close to a double-double in points (8.9) and rebounds (8.3).
• Dayton is out-scoring its opponents by 11.4 points per game.
THIRD IS THE WORD
Dayton has hit at least one 3-point shot in 160 straight regular season games.
TUNE IN
The Flyers will be seen on television a record 30 times during the 2013-14 regular season. UD will have 30 of its 31 regular season games televised nationally or regionally during the regular-season. The landmark package represents the most televised games in a regular season for the Flyers.
UP NEXT
The Flyers host the Wintrop Eagles on New Year’s Day to close out a five-game homestand with a 2 p.m. ET tip.
PRESS RELEASE WRITTEN BY & A COURTESY OF DAYTON MEDIA RELATIONS

Defiance Women’s Basketball edges Albion in overtime, 67-60 to snap four-game losing skid

ALBION, Mich. – Megan Zachrich and Erica King each scored six points in overtime to lead the Defiance women’s basketball team to a 67-60 victory over the Albion Britons. DC improved to 3-6 on the 2013-14 campaign, while the host Britons dropped to 4-7.

In the first half, both teams severely struggled at the offensive end. The Purple and Gold connected on only 5-of-23 (21.7 percent) attempts from the floor, while Albion was not much better at 8-of-35 (22.9 percent). But the Yellow Jackets solid mark from the charity stripe (12-of-16, 75.0 percent) kept them in the game, as they only were down 26-24 at the intermission.

Megan Zachrich

As the game continued in the second half, the two squads battled for every basket. Nine minutes into the second half, the score sat tied at 36-36 and neither team had held a lead larger than four in the period.

After DC regained the lead, a layup by Zachrich (Napoleon, Ohio / Napoleon) pushed its advantage to 46-43 with just over seven minutes remaining in the contest. However, the home team responded with a big 9-0 run to go up 52-46, which tied its largest lead of the game.

But this thrilling back-and-forth contest was not over, as Defiance came right back with a spurt of its own. With just 37 seconds on the clock, an old fashioned three-point play freshman Kelsey Tietje (Deshler, Ohio / Patrick Henry) gave the Purple and Gold a 54-53 lead.

Unfortunately with just three seconds left, Zachrich was only able to split a pair of free throws. The Britons promptly grabbed the rebound and ran down the court, where Brett deBear laid in a bucket to knot the game at 55-55 and send it to overtime.

After coming so close to their first victory of the month, the Lady Jackets would not be denied on this night and closed the deal in the extra period. Zachrich came out and spotted DC a six-point lead, after a fast-break jumper put it up 61-55 with 1:39 remaining.

Erica King

Albion then made a last ditch effort to get the deficit to three at 61-58, but King (Wauseon, Ohio / Pettisville) came through with a clutch hit from behind the mark and knocked down three free throws that secured the 67-60 win.

The DC defense was dominant on the night, holding the Britons to a 26.7 percent (20-of-75) from the field, which was a season-best mark. Defiance was also able to grab the advantage on the glass by a 59-44 margin. The 59 boards was also a high mark this year.

For the Purple and Gold, Tietje recorded her Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference leading sixth double-double with 15 points and a career-best 16 rebounds. Zachrich chipped in with 11 points, senior Ashley Birchmeier (Vaughnsville, Ohio / Columbus Grove) scored 10 and hauled in eight boards, and King and senior Hannah Harshman (Ohio City, Ohio / Parkway) notched nine points apiece.

The Yellow Jackets will be back on the court tomorrow Sunday, December 29, when it takes on the Olivet Comets in an afternoon affair. Tip-off is slated for 2 p.m.

 

 

GAME RECAP WRITTEN BY Martin Kluk, COURTESY DEFIANCE SPORTS INFORMATION

Ohio State Women’s Basketball welcomes North Carolina Central to town on Sunday at Noon


COLUMBUS, Ohio – Ohio State (9-6) is back in action at Noon Sunday (Dec. 29) when it welcomes the North Carolina Central Eagles (5-4) to Value City Arena. It will mark the first meeting between the two programs. The game can be heard live on ESPN 1460 AM, at OhioStateBuckeyes.com and is being televised online via Buckeye Vision.

 

The Eagles, a member of the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC), are 5-4 on the year and are coming off a 73-69 win over Western Carolina in Durham, N.C. Dec. 19.

 

GAME PREVIEW WRITTEN BY Adam Widman, COURTESY OHIO STATE ATHLETIC COMMUNICATIONS

 

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Miami RedHawks set to host Southern Illinois Sunday at 3:30 pm

Miami hosts Southern Illinois
Sunday, December 29 - 3:30 p.m. (DH)
Millett Hall – Oxford, Ohio
Live Video Stream: Miami All-Access (subscription) on www.MURedHawks.com
Radio: Miami IMG Sports Network (WMOH 1450 Hamilton; WFMG 101.3 Richmond; WONE 980 Dayton; WDBZ 1230 Cincinnati)

REDHAWKS ROUND OUT 2013 HOSTING SOUTHERN ILLINOIS: Miami returns to Millett Hall to host Southern Illinois on Sunday, Dec. 29 at 3:30 p.m. in the second game of a doubleheader with Miami’s women’s team hosting Cleveland State at 1 p.m. Miami is coming off a strong 79-64 win at Tennessee State for the RedHawks’ first road win of the season, and the RedHawks have won three of their last five. Southern Illinois enters Sunday’s game on a two-game win streak but is searching for its first road win of the season.

20/20 VISION: Junior guard Will Sullivan recorded his second 20-point scoring effort in five games, pouring in 21 points to lead the RedHawks at Tennessee State. Sullivan scored 18 of his 21 points in the second half. Sullivan shot a solid 66.7 percent from the field against the Tigers.

TOP ‘HAWK: Entering the weekend, sophomore guard Geovonie McKnight sits atop the Mid-American Conference statistical rankings, leading the MAC in steals per game (2.3), which ranks 27th nationally.

ABOUT THE SALUKIS: Southern Illinois owns a 4-8 record entering Sunday’s game winning its last two against Southern Illinois-Edwardsville, 74-57, on Dec. 23 and 66-58 against Ball State on Dec. 21. The Salukis are led by Desmar Jackson, who averages 20.3 ppg. Jalen Pendleton and Anthony Beane follow with 12.3 and 11.8 ppg, respectively. Although SIU has lost eight games, its scoring margin against its opponents is +0.5 ppg with its opponents averaging 69.1 ppg and the Salukis averaging 69.6 ppg.

THE SERIES WITH SOUTHERN ILLINOIS: Sunday marks the third meeting between Miami and Southern Illinois with the series tied at one win apiece. This year’s game is a return game from the 2013 ESPN BracketBuster event when the RedHawks traveled to SIU on Feb. 23 and suffered a hard-fought 74-68 overtime loss to the Salukis. The first meeting between the teams also came in Carbondale with Miami pulling out a 77-72 win on Dec. 28, 1956. This will be the first meeting between the teams in Oxford.

UP NEXT: The RedHawks open 2014 traveling to No. 23/22 Massachusetts for a 7 p.m. game on Saturday, Jan. 4 to wrap up non-conference action before opening Mid-American Conference play at Central Michigan on Wednesday, Jan. 8 at 7 p.m. Miami returns home to host Western Michigan at 3 p.m. on Saturday, Jan. 11.

HONORING COLES: This season, the Miami University men’s basketball team will wear a special patch on both its home and road uniforms to honor the memory of long-time Miami head coach and 1965 alumnus Charlie Coles. The circular black patch has the initials CC in white. Coach Coles, who spent 16 years at the helm of the RedHawk program, is Miami’s all-time leader in wins and is the Mid-American Conference record holder for career conference wins. Coach Coles retired on March 5, 2012, following the RedHawks’ last game of the season. He passed away on June 7, 2013, at the age of 71.

MIAMI SPORTS NETWORK FROM IMG COLLEGE: In its seventh year of its partnership with IMG College, the Miami Sports Network from IMG College continues its coverage of Miami men’s basketball with a group of affiliates blanketing most of Southwest Ohio and Southeast Indiana. “The Voice of the RedHawks” Steve Baker delivers the play-by-play coverage, while Terry Bridge provides commentary. Tune in to one of Miami’s game-day affiliates: WMOH-AM 1450 (Hamilton, OH), WFMG-FM 101.3 (Richmond, IN), WDBZ-AM 1230 (Cincinnati, OH), WONE 980 (Dayton, OH), MURedHawks.com (All-Access Subscription).

JOHNSON LEAVES MIAMI UNIVERSITY MEN’S BASKETBALL PROGRAM: Sophomore guard Reggie Johnson (Chicago, Ill./St. Joseph) has voluntarily left the Miami University men’s basketball program effective immediately.

REDHAWKS COLLECT FIRST ROAD WIN: Behind a strong shooting effort, which included four players scoring in double figures, Miami earned its first road win of the season with a 79-64 triumph at Tennessee State on Dec. 21. Miami shot an impressive 56.5 percent, including a 57.1 percent shooting effort in the first half. Junior guard Will Sullivan led the RedHawks with 21 points, while senior forward Will Felder amassed 19 points, freshman guard Jaryd Eustace chipped in a career-high 13 points and freshman forward Joshua Oswald added career highs of 11 points and 11 rebounds.

DOUBLE VISION: Freshman forward Joshua Oswald became the second RedHawk this season to record a double-double, amassing career highs of 11 points and 11 rebounds at Tennessee State on Dec. 21. It was Oswald’s first career double-double. He was a perfect 5-for-5 from the field against the Tigers, including 1-for-1 from 3-point range. Earlier in the season, senior forward Will Felder notched his third career double-double with 19 points and 11 rebounds against Wilmington on Nov. 23.

LAST FIVE: Over the RedHawks’ last five games, Miami is averaging 70.4 ppg and is shooting 47.8 percent from the field. Senior forward Will Felder is averaging 15.8 ppg and 8.0 rpg during that stretch, while junior guard Will Sullivan is averaging 12.2 ppg and sophomore guard Geovonie McKnight is averaging 10.8 ppg and 3.0 spg. Sullivan leads the team in shooting percentage over the last five games, knocking down 62.2 percent from the field and 52.9 percent from 3-point range. Additionally, freshman forward Joshua Oswald is averaging 7.0 ppg and 6.0 rpg.

STEALING THE SHOW: As a team, Miami ranks third in the MAC in steals, averaging 7.9 steals per game. Two RedHawks rank among MAC statistical leaders in steals, led by sophomore guard Geovonie McKnight, who leads the MAC in steals per game (2.3). Senior guard Quinten Rollins ranks fourth (1.8 spg).

McKNIGHT DOING DOUBLE TIME: Sophomore guard Geovonie McKnight has scored in double figures in seven of the RedHawks’ nine games this season and is averaging 9.9 ppg for Miami. McKnight scored a career-high 16 points against Wright State to lead all players on Dec. 15. Prior to that, he had recorded then-career highs of 13 points three times: at Notre Dame (Nov. 8), vs. IPFW (Dec. 3) and at Evansville (Dec. 7). He leads Miami in double-figure scoring games. McKnight made his way into the RedHawks’ starting lineup and has started Miami’s last seven games.

WILL POWER: Miami had a lot of “Will” power in its 94-87 win over IPFW on Dec. 3. Senior forward Will Felder amassed a Miami career-high 26 points, 22 coming in the second half, while junior guard Will Sullivan poured in a career-high 23 points, including a second-half scoring flurry of 13 consecutive points that gave Miami its first lead of the game. Sullivan missed just one field goal against the Mastodons, going 8-for-9 from the field, including 4-of-5 from 3-point range.

NIFTY FIFTIES: Miami scored 58 second-half points against IPFW. It was the best scoring output in a half by the RedHawks since tallying 59 points in the second half against Northwestern State on Dec. 6, 2008. It was the second time in the John Cooper era that the RedHawks have surpassed 50 points in a half, recording 53 points in the second half versus Grambling State on Nov. 13, 2012.

MOST POINTS IN FIVE YEARS: Miami’s 94 points against IPFW was the first time the RedHawks have scored 90 points in regulation as well as the most points they have scored since a 94-66 win against Northwestern State on Dec. 6, 2008.

ROLLINS TIES CAREER HIGHS: Senior guard Quinten Rollins tied career highs of 18 points and seven rebounds against Wilmington on Nov. 23. He tallied four assists and added five steals to his output against the Quakers. It was the seventh time in his career he amassed five or more steals.

 

A MIAMI WIN WOULD …

• Be Miami’s second straight win.

• Give Miami a 2-1 lead in the all-time series.

• Be the RedHawks’ fourth win in six games.

 

A MIAMI LOSS WOULD …

• Give Southern Illinois its third straight win.

• Be the Salukis’ first road win.

• Make SIU 2-0 against MAC teams this season.

 

GAME PREVIEW WRITTEN BY Angie Renninger, COURTESY MIAMI ATHLETIC COMMUNICATIONS

Defiance College loses first game of season at Division I Oakland University, 87-66

ROCHESTER, Mich. – The Defiance College Yellow Jackets suffered their first loss of the season Friday night at the hands of Division I Oakland University, falling to the Golden Grizzlies 87-66 at the O’rena.

The Yellow Jackets (7-1) started off strong, managing to maintain the lead over Oakland through the first three media timeouts inside of the eight-minute mark.

Mason Roth hit the first two baskets of the game for Defiance, both from behind the arch, giving the Yellow Jackets a 6-4 lead.

Bernard Edwards, Wade Wooley and Ryan Hicks followed with baskets for the next 10 points to maintain a 16-13 lead.

Noah Reed followed with a three to give DC its largest lead of the game at 19-13. The Yellow Jackets held the lead over the Golden Grizzlies (5-10) until 22-21.

Coming out of the eight-minute media timeout, Oakland got on a roll and scored 21 points to Defiance’s eight over the remainder of the half.

Each team had five three-pointers in the first half, but Oakland capitalized with nine free throws on 12 attempts. Defiance made both of its two free throw attempts in the first 20 minutes.

The Yellow Jackets came out strong again in the second half, going on a 9-0 run after Oakland scored the first three points of the half.

Defiance’s run, which included five points from Hicks and a three-pointer from Edwards, cut the Oakland lead to nine points at 49-38.

Edwards finished with a team-high 17 points. Hicks had 15 and Roth finished with 12. It marked the second straight game with three Yellow Jackets in double figures.

However, the Golden Grizzlies followed it up with a 10-2 run of their own over the next three minutes to extend the lead back to 59-40 with 11:26 remaining in the half.

Wade Wooley added a pair of baskets as DC and Oakland traded baskets over the next two minutes. Wooley finished with six points. Wooley also tied with Hicks for the team lead on the boards in the game with seven.

Defiance was able to get Oakland into foul trouble and the Yellow Jackets went on a run of making 12 straight points from the free throw line before Kent Tietje made a layup on a missed free-throw attempt.

The Yellow Jackets were strong from the free-throw line on the night, finishing 22-of-24 (.917). Free throws made and free-throw percentage were season highs for Defiance (21 and .808).

The Yellow Jackets continued to dominate opponents on the boards in the losing effort. Defiance out-rebounded Oakland 34-28 in the contest. The Yellow Jackets have not been out-rebounded all season.

The Yellow Jackets will return to action Sunday night in the opening round of the Purple and Gold Financial Invitational. The Yellow Jackets will host Albion in the second game of a doubleheader that features Ohio Wesleyan and Marietta in the first game at 5 p.m.

 

GAME RECAP WRITTEN BY Benjamin Dishong, COURTESY DEFIANCE SPORTS INFORMATION

 

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