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Green Bay pulls upset over Horizon League’s top team, Wright State in 92-89 thriller

Cole Gentry’s three-point attempt at the buzzer couldn’t find the bottom of the net as the Wright State men’s basketball team fell 92-89 at Green Bay on Sunday afternoon in Horizon League action. The loss snapped a four-game winning streak for the Raiders, who have now split the regular season series with Green Bay in each of the last two campaigns.

Loudon Love led the Raiders with 21 points

Sunday afternoon in Wisconsin featured a battle between the top two scoring offenses in the Horizon League and saw the score tied seven times and the lead change eight times. The biggest difference on the stat sheet came at the free throw stripe. Wright State connected at a 75 percent rate, hitting 21-of-28, but saw Green Bay hit 28 of its 43 total attempts (65 percent). In points scored on the court, the Raiders had a 68-64 advantage.

Both sides had scoring runs in the first half as Wright State took a 43-39 advantage into the break. The second half was much of the same, with the Raiders pushing their lead up to nine on back-to-back possessions after two Loudon Love baskets. Green Bay answered with a run to pull the game back to a one-possession contest, scoring 12 of 16 points over a three-and-a-half-minute stretch between the under-16 and under-12 media timeouts to take a two-point lead at 60-58. Over the next eight minutes, the margin was never more than a three-point advantage for either side until Amari Davis’ jumper put Green Bay up four with just over three minutes remaining.

With the Phoenix holding a seven-point advantage with 39 seconds remaining, the Raiders had one final push, scoring five quick points off a pair of James Manns’ three-pointers and a layup from Jordan Ash. After Green Bay’s Kameron Hankerson hit one of two free throws with nine seconds remaining, Wright State had one final attempt – Gentry’s long three that bounced off the rim at the final horn.

The Raiders had three players finish with double-figure scoring games, led by Love’s 21 points. Love finished the afternoon 7-of-14 from the floor and with a 7-of-11 mark at the free throw stripe along with nine rebounds, two assists and a pair of blocks. Tanner Holden notched 19 points on 7-of-9 shooting, while Manns’ tallied 11 of his own. Wright State saw nine players see action, all finishing with five-plus points in 10 or more minutes of action.

Wright State finished the afternoon shooting 42 percent from the floor (30-of-71), while Green Bay connected on 55 percent (30-of-55) of its attempts. Green Bay finished with a 38-37 rebounding advantage, while Wright State had eight steals and forced 16 turnovers, resulting in 19 points. With nine different players contributing, the Raiders had a 10-point advantage in bench scoring (28-18) and also had a six-point margin in points from the paint (36-30).

Four Phoenix players finished in double figures, led by Davis’ game-high 24 points, while Hankerson had 22, JayQuan McCloud added 14 and Manny Patterson finished with 10 points.

Wright State (19-5, 9-2 HL) returns home for a four-game homestand beginning on Thursday night when the Raiders host Detroit Mercy inside the Nutter Center. The Raiders are 10-2 at home this season and have won seven in a row on their home court.


NFL 2020 Draft First Round Order of Selection

Following is the 2020 NFL Draft first round order. The first round will start on Thursday, April 23, in Las Vegas, Nevada with the second and third rounds on Friday, April 24, followed by rounds four through seven on Saturday, April 25.



Team Win Loss Tie Winning Percentage Opp Win Opp Loss Opp Tie Strength of Schedule
1. Cincinnati Bengals 2 14 0 .125 141 114 1 .553
2. Washington Redskins 3 13 0 .188 128 127 1 .502
3. Detroit Lions 3 12 1 .219 129 126 1 .506
4. New York Giants 4 12 0 .250 120 134 2 .473
5. Miami Dolphins 5 11 0 .313 124 132 0 .484
6. Los Angeles Chargers 5 11 0 .313 131 124 1 .514
7. Carolina Panthers 5 11 0 .313 140 115 1 .549
8. Arizona Cardinals 5 10 1 .344 135 120 1 .529
9. Jacksonville Jaguars 6 10 0 .375 124 132 0 .484
10. Cleveland Browns 6 10 0 .375 136 119 1 .533
11. New York Jets 7 9 0 .438 121 135 0 .473
12. Las Vegas Raiders 7 9 0 .438 123 132 1 .482
13. Indianapolis Colts 7 9 0 .438 126 130 0 .492
14. Tampa Bay Buccaneers 7 9 0 .438 127 127 2 .500
15. Denver Broncos 7 9 0 .438 130 125 1 .510
16. Atlanta Falcons 7 9 0 .438 139 116 1 .545
17. Dallas Cowboys 8 8 0 .500 122 133 1 .479
18. Pittsburgh Steelers

(traded to Miami)

8 8 0 .500 128 127 1 .502
19. Chicago Bears

(traded to Las Vegas)

8 8 0 .500 129 125 2 .508
20. Los Angeles Rams

(traded to Jacksonville)

9 7 0 .563 136 118 2 .535
21. Philadelphia Eagles 9 7 0 .563 116 139 1 .455
22. Buffalo Bills 10 6 0 .625 118 138 0 .461
23. New England Patriots 12 4 0 .750 120 136 0 .469
24. New Orleans Saints 13 3 0 .813 124 131 1 .486
25. Minnesota Vikings 10 6 0 .625 121 133 2 .477
26. Houston Texans

(traded to Miami)

10 6 0 .625 133 123 0 .520
27. Seattle Seahawks 11 5 0 .688 135 119 2 .531
28. Baltimore Ravens 14 2 0 .875 126 129 1 .494
29. Tennessee Titans 9 7 0 .563 125 131 0 .488
30. Green Bay Packers 13 3 0 .813 115 139 2 .453
31. San Francisco 49ers 13 3 0 .813 128 126 2 .504
32. Kansas City Chiefs 12 4 0 .750 130 125 1 .510



NFL announces Viewership for Super Bowl LIV on FOX draws over 102 Million across TV and all Digital Platforms


Super Bowl LIV Watched All or In-Part by 148.5 Million Viewers on FOX

Average Audience on Linear Broadcast Up Year-Over-Year

Viewership on FOX Broadcast Network Peaks at 103.5 Million

Most Live-Streamed Super Bowl Ever with Average Minute Audience Across FOX, NFL & Verizon Media Digital Platforms Hitting 3.4 Million

Miami – South Beach brought the heat as an average audience of 102.1 million tuned in for FOX Sports’ ninth Super Bowl presentation as the Kansas City Chiefs defeated the San Francisco 49ers (31-20) in Super Bowl LIV at Miami’s Hard Rock Stadium. The FOX broadcast network, including connected TV platforms, drew an average audience of 99.9 million viewership peaking at 103.5 million in the exciting conclusion to the NFL’s 100th season.


Key highlights are below:


  • Super Bowl LIV drew an average audience of 102.1 million across television (FOX and FOX Deportes) and digital (FOX, NFL, Verizon, Chiefs and 49ers properties)
  • 148.5 million viewers watched all or part of Super Bowl LIV
  • Super Bowl LIV drew an average audience of 99.9 million on the FOX broadcast network, up +1% over last year and the first year-over-year increase for the Super Bowl since 2015
  • FOX’s average audience represents the 10th most-watched Super Bowl ever, the 11th most-watched U.S. telecast ever and the fourth most-watched program in FOX history
  • Sunday’s game peaked at 103.5 million viewers on the FOX broadcast network during the 9:45-10:00 PM ET window as the Chiefs completed their historic comeback
  • Super Bowl LIV powered FOX to an easy win across all networks in prime time, and the 41.6/69 household rating/share is the highest-rated telecast of the broadcast season
  • Kansas City posted a 55.7/89 rating/share, the market’s best Super Bowl rating since 2014
  • San Francisco posted a 48.6/83 rating/share, the market’s best for a Super Bowl since 2016



  • The FOX SUPER BOWL SUNDAY pregame show averaged 21.6 million viewers for its four and a half hours of programming on the FOX broadcast network from 2:00-6:41 PM ET, up +26% vs. last year’s comparable pregame coverage and the most-watched Super Bowl pregame since 2016
  • FOX SUPER BOWL KICKOFF pulled in an average audience of 4.5 million from 1:00-2:00 PM ET on the FOX broadcast network
  • FOX Sports Super Bowl LIV coverage began with SKIP & SHANNON: UNDISPUTED SUPER BOWL SPECIAL, which attracted an average audience of 1.3 million on the FOX broadcast network from 11:00 AM-12:00 PM ET, the show’s second most-watched telecast ever
  • The Presidential interview, which aired in the pregame show during the 3:30-3:45 PM ET window, drew 10.3 million viewers on the FOX broadcast network


  • The Pepsi Super Bowl LIV Halftime Show, featuring Jennifer Lopez and Shakira, drew 104.1 million average viewers on the FOX broadcast network and FOX Deportes combined


  • Super Bowl LIV is the most live-streamed Super Bowl in history, delivering an average minute audience of 3.4 million, up +30% over last year (vs. 2.6 million) and up +103% over FOX’s last Super Bowl stream in 2017 (vs. 1.7 million), according to Adobe Analytics
  • The Super Bowl LIV live streaming audience includes consumption across, the FOX Sports app,, the FOX Deportes app, the FOX NOW app, NFL digital properties including the NFL app, the NFL Fantasy mobile app,, the Kansas City Chiefs and San Francisco 49ers mobile properties and Verizon Media digital properties including the Yahoo Sports mobile app.
  • Super Bowl LIV was the single most talked-about U.S. television program since Super Bowl LII, generating 43.9 million interactions, up +36% over last year
  • Twitter conversation peaked at the end of the halftime show with 144,000 tweets at 8:26 PM ET



  • An average audience of 757,000 watched the game in Spanish on FOX Deportes’ linear channel, including connected TV devices, setting the record for the most-watched Super Bowl game in Spanish-language television history
  • FOX Deportes eclipsed its own record of 654,000 set in 2017 by +16%
  • FOX Deportes now holds the three highest-rated Spanish-language telecasts in Super Bowl history


For more information on FOX Sports’ coverage of Super Bowl LIV, visit FOX Sports Press Pass.

About FOX Sports

FOX Sports is the umbrella entity representing FOX Corporation’s wide array of multi-platform US-based sports assets.  Built with brands capable of reaching more than 100 million viewers in a single weekend, the business has ownership and interests in linear television networks, digital and mobile programming, broadband platforms, multiple web sites, joint-venture businesses and several licensing relationships.  FOX Sports includes the sports television arm of the FOX Network; FS1, FS2, FOX Soccer Plus and FOX Deportes. FOX Sports’ digital properties include and the FOX Sports App, which provides live streaming video of FOX Sports content, instant scores, stats and alerts to iOS and Android devices. Additionally, FOX Sports and social broadcasting platform Caffeine jointly own Caffeine Studios which creates exclusive eSports, sports and live entertainment content. Also included in FOX Sports’ portfolio are FOX’s interests in joint-venture business Big Ten Network, a licensing and commercial relationship with The Stars Group that created the FOX Bet sports betting platform and the FOX Sports Super 6 free-to-play game, as well as a licensing agreement that established the FOX Sports Radio Network.




Dayton Dragons announce Stadium naming rights deal with Day Air Credit Union



Dayton, Ohio—The Dayton Dragons and Day Air Credit Union today announced a 10-year partnership providing stadium naming rights through 2029.  Beginning today, the facility will be named Day Air Ballpark.  Financial terms of the agreement were not disclosed.

“We are tremendously excited to welcome Day Air Credit Union as our naming rights partner as we move into our third decade of Dragons history,” said Robert Murphy.  “The support from Day Air will allow the Dragons organization to continue our high level of customer service and great family entertainment at the ballpark and to continue our many community programs that have become a local tradition.”


“We are extremely proud that one of the true landmarks of Dayton will now be called Day Air Ballpark,” said William Burke, President of Day Air Credit Union. “Together, the Dragons and Day Air Credit Union will uphold the outstanding tradition at the ballpark and look forward to new experiences and programs to impact and engage the community for fans, members, and associates.”


The Dragons open the 2020 season on April 9 against the Great Lakes Loons at 7:00 p.m. at Day Air Ballpark.




Dayton Dragons and CareSource continue Partnership to Salute Area Veterans


CareSource's Veteran Salute with Dayton Dragons 2019 (courtesy Dragons MR)

Feb 4, 2020, 10:40 AM

Dayton, Ohio–CareSource, a nonprofit multistate health plan, is partnering with the Dayton Dragons for the second year in a row for the CareSource Veteran Salute. The program is an extension of CareSource’s commitment to improve the lives of veterans and their families through innovative programs and partnerships to support their health and well-being.


CareSource’s Veteran Salute is open to any living military veteran in the Miami Valley. Five veterans will be selected from entries submitted between February 4, 2020 and June 30, 2020. Selected honorees will be recognized at a Dayton Dragons home game during an inning break at Day Air Ballpark, April through August 2020.


Each veteran will receive VIP treatment during their night, including pregame activities, in-game recognition, seating in a luxury suite at the ballpark, a special gift and more.


“At CareSource, we lead with heart. We see our service members, past and present, as the heartbeat of our nation and we are proud to partner with the Dayton Dragons to recognize our local veterans. This program is a way to bring their amazing stories of service to audiences across the region and thank all veterans for their valuable contributions,” said Rachel Goodspeed, Director of Veteran Relations and Outreach.


“The Dragons are excited to once again partner with CareSource to honor local veterans,” said Robert Murphy, Dragons President & General Manager. “We look forward to continuing to recognize these individuals who have served our country and sharing their stories with our fans at Day Air Ballpark in 2020.”


A look back to our veterans who were recognized during the 2019 season through CareSource’s Veteran Salute Program:


Robert Looper – U.S. Marine Corp, Korean War Veteran. Robert Looper joined the Marine Corps after graduating high school in 1949, and was sent to Korea once the Korean War began. Looper and his brigade survived negative 40-degree temperatures in the Taebaek Mountains, where 15,000 Marines fought over 200,000 Chinese. Looper participated in every single major battle in Korea and was also a Prisoner of War for 17 days before escaping. Looper was awarded the Purple Heart for his time in Korea.


Daniel and Nicole Powers – U.S. Air Force, Desert Storm Veterans. Husband and wife Daniel and Nicole Powers are no strangers to the military. Both joined the U.S. Air Force in college, and met while deployed in Iraq in 2006. Nicole was deployed multiple places including Saudi Arabia, Italy, and Iraq. During Daniel’s almost six years of deployment overseas, Daniel was an intelligence collector, where he would visit towns and gather human intelligence from local shops and people. Both have been deployed a number of times, and have over 40 years of combined service in the U.S. military.


John Brown – U.S. Army, World War II, Korean War, & Vietnam War Veteran. John Brown joined the Army when he was 18 years old, and is a veteran of World War II, the Korean War, and the Vietnam War. During his career, Brown was stationed in Washington, D.C., where he was responsible for reviewing and preparing the daily summary of intelligence that was presented to the high-level staff, including President Nixon. Brown had top-secret clearance in the Counterintelligence Corp for most of his service career, and served in the Army for almost 30 years.


Gene Camp – U.S. Marines, Vietnam War Veteran. Gene Camp joined the Marines in 1968 and was sent to fight in the Vietnam War. On his last patrol before he was scheduled to go back home to the U.S., Camp’s battalion was ambushed and Camp was severely injured in an explosion. Camp was honorably discharged from the U.S. Marine Corps in 1973 and  was awarded three Purple Hearts for his time in Vietnam and has over 17 years of service.


Ed Damron – U.S. Army, Vietnam War Veteran. Ed Damron enlisted with the United States Army in September of 1970 at the age of 23 and was sent to fight in the Vietnam War. On September 6, 1971, Damron’s helicopter went down in the middle of a North Vietnamese Army (NVA) base camp with 5,000 enemy soldiers. Damron saved the lives of his helicopter pilot and gunner and hid in the enemy camp for over three hours before help arrived. Because of his heroic actions on that day, Damron was awarded the Purple Heart and Silver Star, and later was awarded the Bronze Star.


Nominations for CareSource’s Veteran Salute program are open to the public. Any living military veteran from the Miami Valley is eligible to be nominated. To nominate a veteran, go to

About CareSource

CareSource is a nonprofit, multistate health plan recognized as a national leader in managed care. Founded in 1989, CareSource administers one of the nation’s largest Medicaid managed care plans and offers a lifetime of access to care through health insurance, including Medicaid, Health Insurance Marketplace, Medicare Advantage and a dual-eligible program.


Headquartered in Dayton, Ohio, CareSource serves nearly 2 million members in Georgia, Indiana, Kentucky, Ohio and West Virginia. CareSource understands the challenges consumers face navigating the health system and is transforming health care with industry-leading programs that improve the health and well-being of our members.

For more, visit, follow @caresource on Twitter, or like CareSource on Facebook.

About the Dayton Dragons

The Dayton Dragons are the Midwest League affiliate of the Cincinnati Reds and play a 70-game home schedule at beautiful Day Air Ballpark in downtown Dayton, easily accessible from Interstate 75.


Individuals and groups seeking information about Dayton Dragons group tickets, lawn tickets, season tickets, sponsorship opportunities, or booking a Dragons speaker are encouraged to contact the Dragons by calling (937) 228-2287, by email at, or on the web at




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