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Dayton Flyers Men’s Basketball begins 4-game homestand tonight against Boston University 7 PM

(courtesy Boston University)

(courtesy Dayton)

• The University of Dayton Flyers begin a four-game home stand by hosting the Boston Terriers on Saturday at 7 p.m. ET.
• The game will be televised on Time Warner Cable SportsChannel and SNY, carried by WHIO Radio and is available with live video, stats and streaming audio at DaytonFlyers.com.
SIBERT SIZZLES NATIONALLY
• Sibert has scored in double-figures in the last seven games. He is averaging 16.4 points per game during that stretch.
• In the preseason, ESPN.com ranked the top 100 players in college basketball. Dayton’s Jordan Sibert came in at No. 55.
• CBS Sports.com drafted their top 100 players and Sibert came in at No. 91.
• He scored a team-high 18 points against No. 17 UConn.
• Sibert led the Flyers with 20 points after sinking five shots from three-point range against Boston College.
• He was named to the 2014 Puerto Rico Tip-Off All-Tournament team after averaging 15.7 points per game in the three contests.
• Sibert scored a game-high 22 on 7-of-11 shooting from the field versus UIC.
• He scored 11 points at Miami.
• Sibert had 15 points and seven rebounds versus Eastern Michigan.
• He added 11 points and a career-high eight rebounds versus Bowling Green.
• Sibert Dayton with 18 points at Arkansas.
AIR PIERRE
• Dyshawn Pierre had his first double-double of the year with 13 points and 10 rebounds versus No. 17 UConn.
• Pierre led UD with 14 points in the win over Texas A&M.
• He added 16 points, six rebounds and four assists versus Boston College.
• Pierre scored 15 points on 6-of-7 shooting from the floor versus Eastern Michigan.
• Pierre’s 787 career points put him 67th all-time in Flyer history.
• He had 14 assists in the year’s first six games, but has 14 more in the last three contests.
JUST A SCOOCH
• Scoochie Smith leads UD and ranks seventh in the A-10 with a 3.4 assist average.
• He tallied an efficient nine-point, eight-assist effort against Alabama A&M.
• Smith scored 10 points on 4-of-5 shooting against UIC.
• He hauled in a career-high eight rebounds to go with 10 points and five assists against Eastern Michigan.
• Scored seven points at Arkansas.
SPECIAL K
• Kyle Davis broke out in a big way with 13 points against Alabama A&M. He went 5-for-5 from the free throw line.
• He tallied 10 points and four steals versus Texas A&M.
• Davis added seven points, four assists and three steals at Arkansas.
POWERFUL POLLARD
• Kendall Pollard came off the bench for 15 points and seven rebounds against No. 17 UConn.
• He added eight points versus Boston College.
• Pollard had a career-high four assists versus UIC.
• He shot 6-of-7 from the floor en route to a 15-point effort at Miami.
• Pollard led UD with 16 points and nine rebounds against Eastern Michigan.
DYNAMITE DAVIS
• Darrell Davis, a Top 150 recruit last year, made an immediate impact leading the Flyers with 17 points against Alabama A&M. He went 6-for-6 from the free throw line.
• Davis’ 17 points in a freshman opener was the most since Chris Wright scored 22 against East Tennessee State in 2007.
BASS PRO SHOPS
• Ryan Bass joins the Flyers as a graduate student transfer, making his debut UIC. Converted his first shot as a Flyer and made significant hustle plays in the game.
• Bass spent his three previous athletic seasons at Oakland University.
• He added five points, two rebounds and two assists at Arkansas.
SCOTT, ROBINSON DIMISSED FROM THE TEAM
• On Dec. 19, the University of Dayton announced that juniors Jalen Robinson and Devon Scott were dismissed from the men’s basketball team.
• In nine starts, the 6-foot-9 Scott averaged 9.1 points and a team-high 7.4 rebounds.
• Robinson, also 6-foot-9, averaged 3.2 points and 2.4 rebounds in nine games.
ABOUT BOSTON
• The Boston Terriers are 3-6 overall and have lost three straight road games.
• BU’s Cederic Hankerson leads the Terrier attack and ranks second in the Patriot League averaging 17.8 points per game.
• Nathan Dieudonne is a force down low averaging 8.6 points and a team-best 7.3 rebounds per game.
SERIES STUFF
• Dayton leads the all-time series 1-0.
• The Flyers won at UD Arena 74-60 on Dec. 29, 2009.
FOUL PLAY
• In Dayton’s seven wins, the Flyers are getting to the line an average of 29 times a game.
• In the team’s two losses, UD averages 20 attempts a game.
CONQUERING GOLIATH
• UD has been powerful against the power conferences. Dayton is 26-10 in the last eight years against the power five programs.
• Dayton’s 26 victories have come against Ole Miss (four times), Georgia Tech, Alabama, Boston College and Auburn (twice), Texas A&M, Stanford, Syracuse, Ohio State, California, North Carolina, Minnesota, Illinois, Louisville, West Virginia, Marquette, Wake Forest and Pittsburgh.
• Dayton in exempt tournaments under coach Archie Miller is 7-2 against the power five conferences. Miller is 8-3 overall in exempts.
• The Flyers have won the last seven against the ACC and nine of the last 12 versus the SEC.
• Against power five programs, Jordan Sibert averages 14.7 points per game in his UD career.
WIN BABY WIN
• When the Flyers win, it is with defense. UD allows 53.9 points per game in its victories.
• Opponents are shooting only .287 from 3-point range and Dayton is out-rebouning teams by 2.7.
• Dayton’s top two scorers in victories: Jordan Sibert (13.9 ppg, 4.4 rpg) and Dyshawn Pierre (11.4 ppg, 5.9 rpg).
GETTING DEFENSIVE
• Dayton is 7-1 this season when limiting opponents to less than 70 points in a game.
• Dating back to last year, Dayton has not allowed an opponent to score 70 or more points in 13 of the last 17 games.
• The Flyers lead the Atlantic 10 in scoring defense (56.5 ppg) and field goal percentage defense (.370).
• Dayton is 35th in the NCAA in scoring defense.
HOME IS WHERE THE HEART IS
• The Flyers are 44-12 at home under coach Archie Miller and have won eight straight dating back to last season.
• This season the Flyers are 4-0 on Tom Blackburn Court and allowing only 52.2 points per
game.
UP NEXT
• Dayton will host former Flyer coach Brian Gregory and the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets on Tuesday, Dec. 23 at 8 p.m. ET.