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Ex-OSU star Cook gets offer to stay with Oklahoma City

Daequan Cook of Oklahoma City in march 2011 (photo by Keith Allison via wikipedia commons)

Reserve guard Daequan Cook got the news he had been hoping.

The former Ohio State star received a qualifying offer from the Oklahoma City Thunder, making him a restricted free agent during this offseason.

The Thunder will now have the chance to match any contract offers Cook receives from other teams.

The Dayton, Ohio native joined the Thunder after being traded last year from the Miami Heat. He was able to get into the Thunder’s rotation in the middle of the season, scoring 6.4 points and shooting 45 percent from three-point range.

Cook, along with Michael Conley, Greg Oden and David Lighty led the Ohio State basketball team to the 2007 NCAA championship game against Florida in his only season with the Buckeyes.


Info courtesy of the Oklahoma City Thunder


Flyers’ Fabrizius earns MacBeth, Uhl awards in basketball


Luke Fabrizius (courtesy of Dayton athletics)

University of Dayton Flyers basketball player, Luke Fabrizius, a junior, received two honors at the team’s annual basketball banquet.

As the upperclassman on the team with the highest cumulative grade point average, he was presented with the John L. MacBeth Memorial Scholar-Athlete Award. Fabrizius is a Finance and Business Economics double major. The Macbeth Scholar-Athlete Award is presented in memory of Dayton, Ohio businessman John L. MacBeth, and is sponsored by Mrs. John L. MacBeth and family. It has been awarded since 1959.

Fabrizius was also named this season’s winner of the Uhl Family Endowed Scholarship. Former Flyers Bill Uhl, Sr. and Bill Uhl, Jr., have endowed a men’s basketball scholarship that is given annually to be given to a returning Flyer basketball player. Originally awarded in 2003, it was the first endowed award of this type in the University of Dayton Athletics Division. It is given annually to the UD player who best exemplifies the qualities of good sportsmanship and character, and follows the University’s creed of “Learn, Lead and Serve” on and off the court.

Previous recipients have been Keith Waleskowski, Mark Jones, Warren Williams, Jimmy Binnie, Marcus Johnson, Kurt Huelsman and Devin Searcy.


Info courtesy of University of Dayton athletics

Beloit holds off Dragons, 6-5


Jose Gonzalez had key strikeout to end game (courtesy of Beloit Snappers)

Jose Gonzalez struck out the Dragons’ Jefry Sierra with two outs and the bases loaded in the bottom of the ninth inning to preserve the Beloit Snappers 6-5 win. The loss was the fifth straight for Dayton who dropped below the .500 mark at 26-27.

The Dragons fell to six games out of first place with 17 games to play in the first half Midwest League race. Dayton is three and one-half games behind Bowling Green for the playoff wildcard spot.

A crowd of 8,707, the second largest of the year for the Dragons, saw the game at Fifth Third Field in Dayton, Ohio.

Dayton starting pitcher Daniel Renken worked the first six innings, allowing five hits and six runs (five earned) with two walks and nine strikeouts. He suffers the loss and is 2-5 on the season.


Info courtesy of the Dayton Dragons

Dragons win on D’Anna’s walk-off homer


Dominic D’Anna lined a game-winning two-run home run over the right field fence with no outs in the bottom of the 11th inning to give the Dayton Dragons a 4-2 win over the Lake County Captains on Saturday night.

The crowd of 9,010, largest of the season in Dayton, Ohio, saw the Dragons’ first “walk-off” win of the season.

Dayton’s Theo Bowe led off the bottom of the 11th by reaching on a infield single. D’Anna followed with a line drive down the right field line that carried over the 338′ sign to end the game. D’Anna’s home run also extended his hitting streak to 11 straight games on the final pitch of the game.

Dominic D'Anna (courtesy of Dayton Dragons)

Daniel Wolford (2-0) pitched one inning in relief to get the win for Dayton.

The Dragons are now 21-21.

Dragons starting pitcher Josh Smith pitched outstanding baseball before allowing two runs in the eighth. Smith struck out 13 batters, one short of the Dragons franchise record and walked just one. He allowed four hits in seven and one third innings.


Info courtesy of the Dayton Dragons

Captains rally to beat Dayton Dragons 9-5


The Lake County Captains battle back from a three-run deficit deficit to defeat the Dayton Dragons 9-5 on Friday night in Dayton, Ohio. The game opened up a three-game series at Fifth Third Field.

Dayton built up leads of 3-0 and 5-3 before the Captains rallied for four runs in the seventh inning to take a 7-5 lead. The visitors added two in the ninth to close out the scoring.

(courtesy of Lake County Captains via wikipedia commons)

Dayton starting pitcher Daniel Renken left the game with the lead but did not get a decision. Renken pitched six innings, giving up seven hits, three runs, two earned with no walks and six strikeouts.

Dragons reliever Pat Doyle (2-1) was tagged with the loss. He entered the game to start the seventh inning and a 5-3 lead but could not hold the Captains offense.

Dayton was led on offense by Dominic D’Anna who went 2-for-5 with 3 RBI’s. The Dragons had 11 hits.

Billy Hamilton of the Dragons stole one base to increase his total to 33, the most in all of baseball.

The Dragons drop to 20-21 on the season.


Info courtesy of the Dayton Dragons

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