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Athletic, talented Fordham Rams next opponent for high Flying #7 Dayton Flyers

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Rams take on Flyers on national television

 

Dayton, Ohio  – The Fordham University Rams continue the 2019-2020 season, Fordham’s 117th varsity season, and continues the 2020 Atlantic 10 season, by traveling to Dayton, Ohio, to face the seventh-ranked University of Dayton Flyers in the UD Arena on Saturday, February 1, at 4:30 p.m.

Jalen Cobb is a top scorer for the Rams

The game will be televised live on the NBS Sports Network with Paul Bermeister (p-b-p) and Blaine Fowler (color) handling the announcing chores and broadcast live on WFUV (90.7 FM) and streamed on www.wfuvsports.org, with Emmanuel Berbari (p-b-p) and Andrew Posadas (color) announcing.

Fordham enters the game with a 7-13 record, 1-7 in the Atlantic 10, and is coming off a 62-55 overtime A-10 loss to St. Bonaventure in the Rose Hill Gym on Wednesday night while Dayton is 19-2 overall on the year, 8-0 in the conference, and is coming off an 73- 69 league win at Duquesne on Wednesday night.

Saturday afternoon’s contest will be the 37th meeting between Fordham and Dayton on the hardwood. The Flyers lead the all-time series, which started in 1952-53, 31-5, and have won the past 15 match-ups, including a 75-52 win on the Rose Hill Gym on January 23 last year where Josh Cunningham scored 15 points and grabbed eleven rebounds for the Flyers while Chuba Ohams had ten points and eight boards for the Rams.

Onyi Eyisi is a top rebounder for Fordham

Notes
• Over the past seven games, 72.5% of Fordham’s scoring has come from freshmen and sophomores (272 of 375 points).

• Fordham leads the Atlantic 10 in scoring defense and is ranked 14th in the NCAA.

• Fordham foes have shot .407 (424-1043) from the field, third among A-10 teams.

• Fordham ranks third in the conference with a +2.5 turnover margin.

 

GAME PREVIEW WRITTEN BY & COURTESY OF FORDHAM ATHLETIC COMMUNICATIONS

Horizon League-leading Raiders hold off upset-minded Milwaukee with road win, 65-61

The Wright State men’s basketball team gutted out a 65-61 road victory on Friday night at Milwaukee, despite scoring just 26 first half points and shooting 39 percent for the game. The Raiders closed the night out with nine of the final 13 points over the last 3:15 to close out the victory.

Wright State (19-4, 9-1 Horizon) now continues on its Wisconsin weekend road trip and will take on Green Bay on Sunday afternoon at 2 p.m. ET. Green Bay is now 10-13 overall (5-5 HL) after a Friday night home loss to Northern Kentucky.

Both Wright State and Milwaukee struggled from the floor in the first 20 minutes, with both sides shooting 33 percent in the opening half as the Raiders overcame a slow start to take a 26-19 lead into the locker room. The Raiders came out of the break quickly, scoring the first four points of the second half as they pushed the lead up to between nine and 11 points over the first eight minutes of the second half.

Milwaukee responded, going on a scoring run centered around the 8:57 mark, when Loudon Love got tangled up with the Panthers’ Courtney Brown, Jr. After review, Love was handed a flagrant 2 technical foul, and Milwaukee rolled off 10 of the next 12 points to take a two-point lead at 47-45 with 6:44 remaining.

Tied at 57-all with 3:15 remaining after a pair of Bill Wampler free throws, Wright State closed the night on an 8-4 run, using a 6-for-8 mark at the free throw line over that closing stretch to grab the win.

The Raiders saw three players finish with double-digit scoring nights, led by Wampler’s game-high 19 points, 12 of which came in the second half, to go along with seven rebounds. Tanner Holden scored 11 of his 16 points over the final 20 minutes, including a 7-of-8 mark at the free throw line. Love recorded the night’s only double-double, finishing with 16 points and 13 rebounds while adding a block, steal and an assist.

After the 33 percent shooting in the first half, Wright State finished the night at the 39 percent (22-of-56) rate and Milwaukee was at 41 percent (25-of-61) as the teams combined for five made three-point baskets (Wright State: 2-11 / Milwaukee: 3-20). The difference came at the free throw line, as the Raiders made 26 trips to the stripe and connected on 19 (73 percent), while the Panthers made just 10 trips to the line overall (8-10, 80 percent).

 

GAME RECAP WRITTEN BY & COURTESY OF WRIGHT STATE ATHLETICS

In battle of Horizon League’s top two teams, Wright State blows out Northern Kentucky with hot shooting and defense in Saturday night action

The Wright State men’s basketball team led for all but the opening 17 seconds on the way to a 95-63 home victory over Northern Kentucky in front of over 6,200 fans inside the Nutter Center and across the country on ESPNU.

The Raiders (18-4 overall, 8-1 Horizon) shot 61 percent from the floor as a team and connected at a 55 percent clip from three-point range for the night while holding Northern Kentucky (14-7 overall, 6-3 HL) to just 31 percent shooting in the first half and a final mark of 39 percent from the floor.

The 32-point final margin of victory was Wright State’s third-largest of all-time against Northern Kentucky and just the fifth win of 20-plus points in the series. Each of the four other instances came prior to 1981 during the Raiders’ NCAA Division II-era.

A season-high six Wright State players scored in double figures, combining to score 93 of the Raiders’ 95 points, led by double-doubles from Tanner Holden and Loudon Love. Holden tallied game-highs with his 20 points and 13 rebounds, while Love recorded 16 points and 11 rebounds of his own as the only two players with double-digit rebounding efforts. The efforts were the eighth double-double of the season for Love and the fourth for Holden in his freshman campaign.

Bill Wampler was 7-of-9 from the floor on the way to a 19-point night, while Jaylon Hall (6-of-8) tallied 15 points. Trey Calvin hit four three-pointers to record his 12 points and Cole Gentry finished with 11 of his own. Grant Basile (2 points on 1-of-2 shooting) was the only other Raider in the scoring column.

The Raiders erased any thought of a Northern Kentucky comeback right out of the halftime break, opening the final 20 minutes on an 11-3 run to push out to a 28-point advantage as their hot shooting carried throughout the night.

Wright State won nearly every statistical team category, outrebounding Northern Kentucky 43-28 while tallying 20 assists and 19 second-chance points. The Raiders recorded 40 points inside the paint and had 17 points off of nine Northern Kentucky turnovers.

 

 

GAME RECAP WRITTEN BY & COURTESY OF WRIGHT STATE ATHLETICS

#7 Dayton’s next test is Fordham Rams Saturday afternoon, 4;30 pm at UD Arena

 

Flyers Have Won 10 In A Row

 

DAYTON – The University of Dayton Flyers are back home Saturday when the Fordham Rams visit Tom Blackburn Court.  Game time at UD Arena is 4:30 p.m. ET.

 

Dayton is 19-2, with both losses in overtime to Top 20-caliber teams — Kansas in the Maui Jim Maui Invitational finals and Colorado in a buzzer-beater at the Chicago Legends.  The Flyers are seventh in both the Associated Press poll and USA Today Coaches polls   UD is 8-0 and alone in first place in the A-10 following Wednesday’s 73-69 win at Duquesne.

 

The game will be carried by WHIO Radio televised on the NBC Sports Network and streamed at NBCSports.com.  Streaming audio, video and stats will be available at DaytonFlyers.com.

THE TRANSFORMED UD ARENA

The University of Dayton has completed a three-year, $76.2 million transformation project of UD Arena in time for the Arena’s 50th anniversary season. The project transformed the 50-year-old facility into a state-of-the-art venue.  The upgrade, the largest construction project in University history, modernizes the Arena without losing the “soul of the bowl” – the atmosphere that has made UD Arena one of the best places to watch college basketball.

 

#TRENDING

• Obi Toppin’s free throws with 16 seconds left turned away a Duquesne comeback Wednesday on the road. Toppin led UD with 22 points and 10 rebounds.  Jalen Crutcher added 18 points (with six assists), and Try Landers added 12 points.

• Crutcher was named A-10 Player of the Week for the second straight week after the SBU and Richmond wins.  He is the first Flyer to earn back-to-back A-10 Player of the Week awards.

• The Athletic named Toppin its Mid-Season Player of the Year in a vote of their college basketball writers and the Sporting News selected him to be one of its First Team Mid-Season All-Americans.  He is on four national player of the year watch lists.  Jay Bilas listed him as his top breakout candidate during the preseason.

• Toppin had his 100th career dunk during the Virginia Tech game in Maui, which was just his 20th start and 38th career game. He now has 154 in 54 career games.

• Seth Davis named Crutcher college basketball’s “Best Supporting Actor” during CBS Sports’ college basketball studio coverage on Jan. 25.

• UD’s No. 7 ranking is its best since December, 1967, when the Flyers were ranked sixth.

• Dayton has been ranked in the Top 20 for nine consecutive weeks for the first time since the last 16 weeks of the 1955-56 season. The Flyers finished ranked third in the final poll that year.

• UD is first nationally in FG% (.528, 643-1217) and is third in assists (18.7) and scoring (82.7).

• Seven different Flyers have scored in double figures this season. Six have led UD in scoring.

• The Flyers are 8-0 in the A-10 for the first time since they were 9-0 in 2003-04.

 

UP NEXT

• UD is back home against Saint Louis on Saturday, Feb. 8.  Game time is 2 p.m. ET.

 

GAME PREVIEW WRITTEN BY Doug Hauschild; COURTESY DAYTON MEDIA RELATIONS

 

 

7th-ranked Dayton Flyers hold off streaky Duquesne Dukes in thrilling Wednesday night action, 73-69

 

Jalen Crutcher Hits 1,000 Point Mark On First Shot Of The Game

 

PITTSBURGH – The No. 7 University of Dayton men’s basketball team remains undefeated on the road after holding on to claim a 73-69 victory at PPG Paints Arena in Pittsburgh. The Flyers remain undefeated in Atlantic 10 Conference play this season. Dayton has now won 10 straight games.

Dayton improved to 8-0 in conference and 19-2 overall. Duquesne fell to 5-3 in conference and 15-5 overall.

The Flyers were led by Obi Toppin with 22 points on 9-of-13 shooting, 10 rebounds and two assists, giving him his sixth double-double of the season. Trey Landers also scored in double-digits during the game with 12 points on 5-of-7 shooting.

Obi Toppin

Jalen Crutcher finished the game with 18 points on 6-of-9 shooting, 4-of-6 from beyond the arc, five rebounds and six assists. Crutcher scored the first basket of the game, giving him 1,000 career points. He now has 1,016 career points, landing him the #47 spot on the most career points scored for Dayton.

 

 

 

 

 

 

GAME BREAKDOWN
1st Half: Dayton 38, Duquesne 30
• Dayton started the game by making 7-of-8 from the field, taking a 15-11 lead; Jalen Crutcher scored the first points of the game, giving him 1,000 career points.
• The Dukes responded by going on a 6-2 run to tie the game at 17 with 9:54 left in the half.
• Rodney Chatman responded with a three from the corner, starting a Flyers 9-2 that forced a Duquesne timeout with 6:27 to play.
• At the 5:12 mark, Ryan Mikesell made a layup, giving the Flyers a 10-point lead in the game, their largest of the game.
• The Dukes then went on a 7-2 run that brought the score to 33-28.
• Crutcher hit a deep three off the glass to end the half, giving the Flyers an eight-point lead going into the half.
• Trey Landers led the Flyers in the half with nine points on 4-of-6 shooting and two rebounds.
• The Flyers shot 16-of-25 (64%) from the field and 4-of-7 (57.1%) from beyond the arc while holding the Dukes to 36.7% overall.
• Duquesne narrowly outrebounded Dayton 15-14; Obi Toppin led the Flyers with four rebounds.
• Dayton dominated the paint scoring 22 points compared to just 14 points for Duquesne.
• The starters combined for 34-of-38 points for the Flyers in the first half.
• The Flyers assisted on 10-of-17 field goals; Crutcher and Toppin led the Flyers with two assists each.
• Dayton led for 18:03 of the half.

2nd Half: Dayton 73, Duquesne 69
• Dayton started the half with a 7-0 run to extend the lead to 45-30; Crutcher hit a three that was followed by two dunks from Toppin, forcing a Duquesne timeout.
• Jalen Crutcher stayed hot after the timeout making another three to stop a 4-0 Dukes run before it got started.
• The Flyers then went on a 9-4 run which was highlighted by a Crutcher to Toppin alley-oop.
• The Dukes responded with a 13-2 run that included three three-pointers to cut the Flyers lead down to eight points.
• Duquesne went on a 9-5 run to cut Dayton’s lead to four points with only 6:10 left to play.
• Dayton responded with back-to-back buckets from Toppin followed by a three-point play from Landers to bring the Flyers’ lead back to 11 points.
• Duquesne then went on an 8-0 run to cut Dayton’s lead to 71-68 with 1:25 left to play in the game.
• With only 0:34 left to play, Duquesne hit a free throw to bring Dayton’s lead to two points.
• The Dukes fouled three times to get to the bonus, eventually sending Toppin to the line; he made both free throws, bringing Dayton’s lead to 73-69 with 0:16 left in the game.
• Toppin led the Flyers with 14 points and six rebounds during the half.
• Duquesne shot 55.2% from the field whereas Dayton shot 54.2% (13-of-24).
• The Dukes outrebounded the Flyers 15-11 in the half.

INSIDE THE NUMBERS
• Toppinfinished with a game-high 22 points and 10 rebounds for his sixth double-double of the season.
• The Flyers shot 29-of-49 (59.2%) from the field while holding the Dukes to 27-of-59 (45.8%)
• Crutcher had 18 points with five rebounds and six assists; Landers joined Crutcher and Toppin in double figures with 12 points.
• Seven different Flyers scored in the game.
• Dayton struggled on the glass, getting only five offensive rebounds compared to 15 for the Dukes.
• The Flyers were able to convert from the line, shooting 7-of-7 (100%) compared to just 7-of-13 (53%) for the Dukes.
• Dayton held the lead for 38:03 of the game, and never trailed in the contest.
• The Flyers are 19-2 for the first time since 2008-09, have won 10 games in a row for the first time since they won 13 in 2007-08, and are 8-0 in the A-10 for the first time since they were 9-0 in 2003-04.

 

GAME RECAP WRITTEN BY Doug Hauschild; COURTESY A-10 COMMUNICATIONS

 

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