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UD Flyers win Archie Miller’s debut game as head coach

 

DAYTON, Ohio – Josh Benson scored a career high 21 points and Matt Kavanaugh matched his career best with 15 points leading the Dayton Flyers to a 87-58 opening victory over the Western Illinois Leathernecks in coach Archie Miller’s debut.
Paul Williams scored 10 of his 15 points in the second half and Josh Parker tallied 11. Chris Johnson added eight points and 10 rebounds and Kevin Dillard in his Flyer debut dished out nine assists.

New UD head coach Archie Miller

The Flyers have won seven consecutive home openers and 10 of their last 11.
Dayton shot 57 percent from the field and knocked down 10 shots from beyond the arc. The duo of Benson and Kavanaugh went a combined 17-of-22 (77 percent) shooting from the floor.
In fact, 50 of Dayton’s 87 points came in the paint. The Flyers also committed only eight turnovers, two of them in the second half.
After leading by only three in the first half and allowing Western Illinois to shoot 65 percent from the field, the Flyers clamped down and limited the Leathernecks to 5-of-26 shooting from the floor and
0-from-7 from 3-point range.

Tommy Tyler and Obi Emegano each scored 15 points to lead the Leathernecks.

 

Game Press Release courtesy of Dayton athletics

Photos by Megasportsnews.com

Flyers conclude exhibition season with 87-66 win over Findlay Oilers

 

Senior Paul Williams leads UD with 14 points (photo courtesy of UD athletics)

The Dayton Flyers men’s basketball team ended its exhibition schedule with an 87-66 drubbing of the Findlay Oilers at UD Arena over the weekend.

Just as they had the week before against Walsh University, Dayton came out with hot shooting, converting their first 5 of 8 shots before the first media timeout. While the Oilers started cold, shooting 2 of 8 as UD lead 11-6.

For the game, the Flyers converted 50 percent of their shots (30-of-60) and dominated the glass out-rebounding the Oilers 47-31. Josh Parker, the point guard, lead the Flyers with eight rebounds.

Four Dayton players scored in double figures led by Paul Williams with 14, Chris Johnson 13, Kevin Dillard scored 12 points and had 9 assists and Josh Benson chipped in with 11 points.

The Flyers get the regular season started against the Western Illinois Leathernecks, who are from McComb, Illinois, next Saturday at UD Arena at 2 pm ET.

 

Info courtesy of Dayton Athletics

Dayton Flyers go 4-0 on European Tour after 79-49 pasting of French Pro Team

 

The Eiffel Tower in France January 2005 (photo by Tristan Nitot via wikipedia commons)

The Dayton Flyers men’s basketball team completed a very successful exhibition tour in Europe this past week under new head coach Archie Miller.

The Flyers most recent win over ESC Trappes of the French National 2 League. UD went 4-0 on the trip, defeating the Netherlands National U-23 team, and three professional teams.

The Flyers are back home on a short break and will start classes on Wednesday, August 24.

Paul Williams scored 16 points

Senior guard Paul Williams and junior forward Josh Benson each scored 16 points to lead the Dayton attack. Senior point guard Josh Parker scored 13 points and junior guard Kevin Dillard chipped in with 11. Freshman big man Alex Gavrilov led the team in rebounding for the second straight game with 12 and Parker had a team-high seven assists.

Dillard and Parker scored in double figures in all four games. Dillard was the high scorer in the first three games and averaged 13.0 points a game. Parker was right on his heels at 11.5 per game.

Josh Benson tied for team-high honors with 16 points

 

(Photos and info courtesy of Dayton athletics)

Flyers have to rally to beat Antwerp in Belgium, 82-75

 

Regions of Belgium: Brown is Dutch speaking; Brown/Red is Bilingual; Red is French & Green is German (by Ssolbergj via wikipedia commons)

The Dayton Flyers were able to undefeated on their European trip due to big plays down the stretch to win 82-75 over St. Jan-Antwerp on Saturday in Antwerp, Belgium.

Dayton improved to 3-0 on the exhibition trip.

The Flyers trailed at halftime, 43-34 but were able to climb back on top in the second half.

St. Jan, one of the most successful teams in Belgium’s pro leagues, answered to regain the lead with two minutes to go in the third quarter.

But UD stopped that comeback attempt to lead by four heading into the final quarter and pushed his advantage up to as much as 13 before ending at the final margin of a seven point margin.

Kevin Dillard led the Flyers for the second time on the trip, with 13 points and seven assists. A trio of seniors also scored in double figures, Josh Parker (12 points), Columbus, Ohio native Chris Johnson (12 points) and Luke Fabrizius (10 points).

Freshman big man Alex Gavrilovic led the team with nine rebounds.

(courtesy of Dayton Flyers)

 

courtesy of the Dayton Flyers

 

Dayton Flyers 95 Rotterdam 49 in the Netherlands; UD 2-0 on European trip

 

Luke Fabrizius (courtesy of Dayton athletics)

The University of Dayton Flyers men’s basketball team opened the game quickly, rolling out to a 21-2 lead and were never headed, as the dump the Rotterdam Challengers professional team, 95-49 on Thursday in the Netherlands.

The Flyers are 2-0 on their European Tour.

Dayton moved to a 46-18 halftime lead.

Seven Flyers scored at least eight points.

The Netherlands map (by classical geographer via wikipedia commons)

Luke Fabrizius led UD with 21 points, Columbus Brookhaven graduate Chris Johnson scored 16, Matt Kavanaugh had 15, Josh Parker connected for 11 and Kevin Dillard knocked in 10.

Before the game, the Flyers paid a visit to a United States Army garrison in Rotterdam, visiting children of the soldiers stationed there, and then meeting with base commander, Colonel William Moseley.

 

Info courtesy of the Dayton Flyers

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