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Horizon League, Wright State respond to

Horizon League, Wright State respond to COVID-19

Competitions Suspended Indefinitely

INDIANAPOLIS/DAYTON – The Horizon League has joined conferences across the country in discussions regarding the novel coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak.


The Horizon League office released the following statement:

“Guided by its core value of student-athlete well-being and with the further developments in the outbreak of COVID-19, the Horizon League Council decided on Thursday, March 12 to indefinitely suspend all Horizon League-sponsored sport competition effective Friday, March 13.

Individual institutions will make decisions regarding practice and continuation of recruiting travel.

The Horizon League will continue to monitor this very fluid situation and will communicate information regarding any changes about competition or travel at a later date.

The Horizon League Council consists of the 10 member institutions’ athletic directors, chairpersons of the Senior Woman’s Administrators and Faculty Athletic Representatives and a student-athlete.”


The Wright State University Department of Athletics released the following statement:

“As always, Wright State Athletics is committed to the welfare and safety of our student-athletes. Their health and well-being, along with that of our coaches and staff, is paramount. Wright State is closely monitoring this rapidly evolving situation and continuing to follow direction from federal, state and local authorities to make decisions based on the most up-to-date information available.”


Earlier on Thursday, NCAA President Mark Emmert and the Board of Governors announced the cancelations of all remaining winter and spring NCAA championships. This includes the 2020 National Invitation Tournament, which was slated to include the Wright State men’s basketball team. The NCAA coordinates and operates both the NIT and NCAA Tournament.


The Wright State University Department of Athletics is closely monitoring the novel coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak and its impact on our communities. The health and well-being of our student-athletes is most important as we assess the near and long-term potential impacts. Wright State officials are closely monitoring for developments and will offer additional guidance and messaging as soon as it is available.


No cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed at Wright State’s campus.


This is an extremely fluid situation and additional guidance will be communicated as it becomes available. Please visit for the latest information as it relates to the University’s campus health and safety updates.



Arizona State University announces all athletic events cancelled until further notice

TEMPE, Ariz. — In line with the Pac-12 Conference announcement today, Sun Devil Athletics will be cancelling all sport competitions, effective immediately, until further notice. This decision has been made in consultation with other Pac-12 member universities in an effort to limit the spread of COVID-19 and in the interest of the health and safety of our student-athletes, campus personnel, working and event personnel, and all those who attend Pac-12 events.

Pac-12 Conference Office Statement
The Pac-12 Conference has made the decision to cancel the remainder of the Pac-12 Men’s Basketball Tournament and all Pac-12 sport competitions and Pac-12 Championship events, effective immediately, until further notice. This decision has been made in consultation with our member universities in an effort to limit the spread of the virus and in the interest of the health and safety of our student-athletes, campus personnel, working and event personnel, and all those who attend Pac-12 events.

Sun Devil teams will continue practicing and preparing for the upcoming winter postseason schedule and spring regular season events in the event they resume. Student-athletes will also continue their class schedule online following the recent ASU announcement.

In coordination with university leadership, Sun Devil Athletics continues to monitor the COVID-19 situation on a local and national scale, and will reevaluate on a daily and weekly basis to preserve the health of our student-athletes, fans, coaches and staff.

Ticket Refund or Exchange Information
If you have purchased an individual game ticket to an upcoming baseball or softball game, you will automatically receive a credit on your account equal to the amount of your purchase. This credit can be applied toward any future Sun Devil Athletics’ ticket purchase this year or in the 2020-21 athletic year. Individual game purchasers preferring a refund rather than a credit may fill out this ticket refund form.

Season ticket holders will also receive credit for the number of games restricted. We will communicate more information after the number of games impacted is determined.

We encourage those in the ASU community to utilize university Health Services website here for tips and precautions on COVID-19.

Thank you for your understanding and stay up to date via our website and Twitter (@TheSunDevils) for more updates regarding upcoming Sun Devil Athletics’ events.



In battle of Atlantic 10′s two best Women’s Basketball Teams, Dayton closes out VCU in 2nd half to get NCAA automatic bid

VCU Rams & Dayton Flyers Women's A-10 Finals Game was everything expected when these two teams meet: tight defense, choppy play & lead changes (photo by


Beth O’Boyle VCU W BKB coach After losing to Dayton in A-10 Tournament Finals 3 8 2020

Final Score: No. 1 Dayton 52, No. 2 VCU 48
Location: Dayton, Ohio (UD Arena)
Records: VCU (20-12), Dayton (25-8)

The Short Story: VCU and Dayton battled back-and-forth in a game that featured 11 lead changes before the Rams missed a potential game-tying 3-pointer with 21 seconds left. The Flyers then went 3-of-4 at the line to close out the game.

Taya Robinson named A-10 All-Tournament

Danielle Hammond named A-10 All-Tournament Team


  • VCU reached consecutive Atlantic 10 Championship games for the first time in program history
  • Taya Robinson and Danielle Hammond both earned Atlantic 10 All-Championship Team honors for their weekend performances
  • Robinson scored a team-high 14 points and grabbed three rebounds
  • Hammond had 10 points, four blocks and four rebounds despite being limited to 21 minutes due to foul trouble
  • VCU shot 32.7 percent from the field but limited the Flyers to shoot just 29.6 percent overall and 15.4 percent from 3-point range
  • The Flyers were led by Kyla Whitehead who had a double-double with 13 points and 10 rebounds


  • Dayton got out to a 7-3 lead with 6:46 left in the first quarter and led 15-11 heading into the second
  • VCU went on a 7-0 run to start the second quarter that was capped by a Robinson 3-pointer to give VCU an 18-15 lead with 8:55 left before halftime
  • The teams traded the lead before going into the break deadlocked at 25-25
  • The game was tied five different times during a contested third quarter as Dayton clung to a 39-36 lead heading into the fourth
  • Dayton held its largest lead of the game at 45-38 with 7:08 remaining before VCU went on a 8-1 run to get within 47-46 with 1:43 left
  • The Flyers scored five of their final six points at the free throw line and VCU was unable to retake the lead


The selections for the WNIT will take place on Monday, March 16.





Dayton Women’s Basketball goes for A-10 title today against VCU







The Title Game And NCAA Automatic Bid Will Be On The Line Sunday


DAYTON – The University of Dayton women’s basketball team will play No. 2 seed VCU in the 2020 Atlantic 10 Championship title game Sunday at 12 p.m. on ESPNU at UD Arena.

Dayton heads to its sixth A-10 title game having won two previously in 2012 and 2017. The Flyers have a 24-8 record overall this season and are 13-2 at home this year.

Head coach Shauna Green is in her fourth season in charge of the Flyers and already has two tournament and one regular season conference titles, as well as being the former A-10 Coach of the Year in 2018.

As a team, the Flyers scoring 64.8 points per game and holding opponent sto 57.6 points. Dayton is shooting 38.4 percent overall, 33.5 percent from three, and 71.0 percent from the free throw line. UD also has a +3.8 rebounding margin and +1.6 turnover margin.

Dayton is led by senior Jayla Scaife with 13.3 points and 5.7 rebounds per game while redshirt junior Erin Whalen is adding 12.5 points and 4.9 boards each contest.

VCU comes in to the championship as the No. 2 seed after going 13-3 in the A-10 in the regular season. They have already defeated Davidson and Fordham in the tournament after earning a first-round bye. The Rams have won six in a row, but are 7-6 on the road this season.

Head coach Beth O’Boyle is in her sixth season at the helm of VCU and led the Rams to the title game last year as well.

This season, VCU is averaging 59.5 points each outing and giving up 56.8 points to opponents. The Rams are shooting 40.1 percent from the floor, 28.9 percent from behind the arc, and 71.1 percent from the charity stripe. VCU faces a -1.6 rebounding margin, but has a +1.9 turnover margin.

Leading the Rams is Tera Reed with 15.4 points per game and shoots 80.9 percent from the free throw line. Taya Robinson and Danielle Hammond are chipping in 11.4 points each as well.

Dayton defeated No. 4 seed Saint Louis Saturday in the A-10 semifinals with a 58-50 victory at home. The Flyers were led by Jayla Scaife with 25 points.

VCU fought back from a double-digit deficit to defeat No. 3 seed Fordham Saturday in the second A-10 semifinal game, 60-55. Taya Robinson had a game-high 22 points and went 11-for-11 from the free throw line.

Dayton and VCU have played 11 times previously with the Flyers earning eight victories, including the matchup earlier this season at UD Arena, 72-67.

The Flyers rank 40th in the nation in scoring defense and 48th in field goal percentage defense. Individually, Shakeela Fowler ranks 28th in the country in free throw percentage.

With the win over St. Bonaventure on Wednesday, Feb. 26, Dayton clinched the 2020 Atlantic 10 regular season title outright. The Flyers also earned the No. 1 seed in this year’s A-10 Championship.

Dayton head coach Shauna Green was named A-10 Coach of the Year for the second time in four seasons this year after guiding her team to the regular season title and 15-1 A-10 mark.

The Flyers had a trio of student-athletes recognized with A-10 accolades with Jayla Scaife being named First Team All-Conference and All-Defensive team, Erin Whalen named Second Team All-Conference and All-Academic, and Araion Bradshaw named All-Defensive team.

The Flyers have made 12-consecutive postseason appearances between the NCAA Division I Tournament and the Women’s National Invitational Tournament. Here are the past 12 campaigns
Year    Record    Postseason
2018-19    17-14    WNIT – 1st Round
2017-18    23-6    NCAA Tournament – 1st Round *
2016-17    22-10    NCAA Tournament – 1st Round
2015-16    14-15    WNIT – 1st Round
2014-15    27-6    NCAA Tournament – Elite Eight
2013-14    23-8    NCAA Tournament – 1st Round
2012-13    28-3    NCAA Tournament – 2nd Round
2011-12    23-7    NCAA Tournament – 1st Round
2010-11    21-12    NCAA Tournament – 1st Round
2009-10    25-8    NCAA Tournament – 1st Round
2008-09    21-14    WNIT – 2nd Round
2007-08    25-9    WNIT – 1st Round

If victorious Sunday, the Flyers would receive an automatic bid in the NCAA Division I Tournament which will be announced on Selection Monday on March 16.




George Washington visits #3 Dayton tonight at 7 pm

TIPPING OFF: The regular season concludes on Saturday with a trip to #3 Dayton. Tip-time between the Colonials and Flyers is set for 7 p.m. The game will be streamed live on ESPN+ and can be heard on the TuneIn radio app.

A-10 CHAMPIONSHIP SCENARIO: Heading into next week’s Atlantic 10 Championship, the Colonials have yet to solidify their seeding with one game remaining. The seeding scenarios for GW entering Saturday are:

GW will be the No. 10 seed with a La Salle loss at Saint Joseph’s and will play on Thursday at 6 p.m.

GW will be the No. 11 seed with a La Salle win AND a Colonials’ loss at Dayton and will play on Wednesday at 3:30 p.m.

LAST TIME OUT: Redshirt senior Armel Potter finished with 16 points and five assists in his final game at the Smith Center. Junior Maceo Jack and first-year Jamison Battle each finished with 10 points apiece and knocked down four of GW’s five 3-pointers. The Colonials held a 48-43 lead in the second half, but Fordham finished on a 20-5 run to defeat GW, 63-52, on Wednesday.

JACK’S SPOTLIGHTMaceo Jack has been the top-scoring Colonial over the last five games, averaging 15.6 points per game with 16 of his 24 made field goals from behind the arc. Jack is currently second on the team in scoring (12.0 ppg).

10-10-10: Battle has scored 10 points in each of the last three games and has knocked down a total of 12 field goals with six 3-pointers during the stretch.

POTTER’S FINISH: Potter has scored double digits in five of the last six games and is averaging 14.8 ppg and 7.0 apg since returning to the lineup at George Mason on Feb. 15. 

SERIES HISTORY: The all-time season series record is tied 18-18 with Dayton winning three of the last five meetings against GW. The home teams have dominated the series with Dayton holding a 12-4 mark at UD Arena while GW is 13-4 at the Smith Center.

SCOUTING DAYTON: The Flyers won their last 19 straight games and are trying to become just the fifth team in the Atlantic 10 to go undefeated in league play. The last team to go undefeated in the A-10 was the 2005-06 Colonials.

Obi Toppin was named a semifinalist for the Citizen Naismith National Player of the Year Award and a finalist for the Karl Malone Award on Thursday. He leads the Flyers in points (19.8) and rebounds (7.6) and is shooting nearly 63% from the field. Toppin has reached double figures in all but one game this season with 10 double-doubles.



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