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Posts Tagged ‘Conseco Fieldhouse.’

Dayton Flyers win Old Spice Classic; downs Minnesota

 

Josh Parker talks to reporter Doug Harris (megasportsnews.com photo)

The Dayton Flyers defeated the Minnesota Golden Gophers 86-70 to capture the 2011 Old Spice Classic championship in Lake Buena Vista, Florida, which is in the Orlando area.

Five Flyers scored in double figures led by the Old Spice Most Valuable Player, Kevin Dillard. Dillard scored 19 points, 10 assists and career-highs with seven steals and three blocks.

Josh Parker put in 12 points and Luke Fabrizius scored 11 as the Flyers won their fourth in a row and improved to a 5-1 overall record.

The Old Spice Classic is Dayton’s 12th in-season tournament title. UD has won three of the last five it has participated in and is the first since taking the 2008 Chicago Invitational Challenge.

The Flyers improved to 14-5 against BCS programs over the previous five years and has won eight of the last nine.

In the program’s history, Dayton had never beaten a Big Ten team by double-figures prior to the game against Minnesota. It was their first win against a Big Ten team since winning at Illinois during a run to the 2010 NIT crown. This was their first regular-season win over a Big Ten school since knocking off Purdue in 2001-02 at Conseco Fieldhouse.

Dayton led at the half 37-28, using a 25-5 run to the first 20 minutes.

The Flyers led by as many as 18 points in the second half.

 

Info compiled from Dayton athletics

Big Ten announces title game cities and sites

 

(courtesy of Big Ten via wikipedia commons)

The Big Ten Conference has selected Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis to be the site of its football championship game through 2015.

Indianapolis was selected over Chicago’s Soldier Field due to the fact the conference wanted the game indoors.

The conference had already selected Indy as the host city to its inaugural championship game to be played on December 3, 2011.

The Big Ten also announced that it would be rotating the men’s and women’s basketball tournament between Chicago and Indianapolis in 2013.

The men’s tournament will be played at the United Center in 2013 and 2015. The women’s tournament will be played at the Sears Centre in suburban Hoffman Estates, Illinois, the same year. Conseco Fieldhouse will play host to both tournaments in 2014 and 2016.

 

Info courtesy of the Big Ten Conference

Buckeye women go from 4-6 in the Big Ten to finish a respectable 10-6

Several weeks ago for the first time in recent memory, the Ohio State women’s basketball team was looking at the top of the Big Ten from the also-ran department at 4-6. The post-season looked like only a dream.

From that point forward, head coach Jim Foster, his staff and the players committed to teamwork, team defense and team offense to end the season at 19-9, and 10-6.

Jim Foster has OSU women winning again (file photo)

The Buckeyes most-recent win came over Wisconsin 80-47 on a very emotional Senior day for the class that includes Alison Jackson, Jantel Lavender, Brittany Johnson and Sarah Schulze before 5,509 fans in Value City Arena.

With their sixth straight win, the OSU women tied Wisconsin, Iowa and Michigan for third place in the final Big Ten Conference standings.

The tie-breaker matches #5 OSU against the always-tough #4 Iowa Hawkeyes  in the quarterfinals at 8:30 p.m. Friday (today) in Conseco Fieldhouse in Indianapolis.

Wisconsin, who ended the season 15-14, 10-6, fell behind 39-14 and never recovered.

Lavender was her usual self, earning the 72nd career double-double included 20 points and 10 rebounds. Samantha Prahalis added 15 points with seven assists.

compiled from Ohio State athletics news

Cavaliers can’t beat the Indiana Pacers; 0-2 this season

Danny Granger Indiana Pacers (file photo)

In the past several years, the Cleveland Cavaliers have had few losing streaks; few losses to teams they should beat and few early season losses period.

But his season, life after LeBron James, has been and will be different and there will be challenges.

For the second time this season, the Indiana Pacers beat Cleveland, 100-89. The game was played at Conseco Fieldhouse in Indianapolis.

The Cavaliers trailed the entire game; 21-9 after one period; they got close at 21-16 but the Pacers pushed the lead to 41-23 on a 17-4 run midway through the second quarter. Indiana lead by 34 points in the third and basically waltzed after that.

The Cavs falls to 5-8 on the season.

Daniel Gibson led the way with 15 points.

compiled from Cleveland Cavaliers news

Top colleges in Indiana to meet in Classic

Indiana’s top four college basketball schools will be playing in a men’s doubleheader in 2011 and 2012 in the Crossroads Classic at Conseco Fieldhouse in Indianapolis.

Conseco Fieldhouse (wfe cc photo)

The Purdue Boilermakers will play the Butler Bulldogs and the Notre Dame Fighting Irish will battle the Indiana Hoosiers in December 2011.

In December 2012, it’ll be Indiana against Butler and Purdue plays Notre Dame.

compiled from staff, wire and College Basketball news

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