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Former Dayton guard Staten decides on Huggins, Mountaineers


Juwan Staten (courtesy of Dayton Flyers athletics)

The West Virginia Mountaineers and head coach Bob Huggins have been adding transfers lately.

Last month, former LaSalle center Aaric Murray announced he was transferring to the school. Murray was LaSalle’s best player, leading the team in scoring, rebounding and blocked shots.

Huggins on Monday (June 6), Huggins has added another player in former Dayton point guard Juwan Staten.

Staten started 34 games as a freshman for the Flyers last season. He averaged 8.5 points and 5.4 assists in 29 minutes per game. He left Dayton, becuase he didn’t like the slow tempo play of former head coach Brian Gregory, now at Georgia Tech.

Huggins said that Staten has signed a grant-in-aid to attend  West Virginia.

Both players will have to sit out the 2011-2012 season due to NCAA transfer rules and will have three years of eligibility remaining.


Info courtesy of West Virginia athletics, Radio & TV news

Staten and Spearman decide to leave Dayton basketball program

Photos courtesy of Dayton athletics

Juwan Staten

Brandon Spearman

The University of Dayton Flyers will be losing two players who were key parts of this year’s team and were being counted on for the future.

Head coach Brian Gregory has announced that freshman guards Juwan Staten and Brandon Spearman are transferring from the program.

“We appreciate Juwan and Brandon’s efforts this season and wish them good luck in their academic and athletic futures,” Gregory said.

Staten, a 6-foot point guard, averaged 8.5 points and 5.4 assists in 35 games (34 starts) in 2010-11. The Dayton native, a graduate of Oak Hill Academy, was a member of the Atlantic 10 All-Rookie Team.

Spearman averaged 2.5 points and 1.2 rebounds in 10.9 minutes of play this year. The 6-foot-3 Chicago Simeon High School graduate played in all 36 games with two starts.

Dayton was 22-14 in 2010-11, and lost to an NCAA Sweet 16 team the Richmond Spiders in the A-10 championship game. UD reached the post-season for the fourth straight year by earning an at-large bid to the NIT.

Info courtesy of Dayton athletics

Dayton wins A-10 Tourney first round game at UMass

Luke Fabrizius (courtesy of Dayton athletics)

Luke Fabrizius and Juwan Staten led the Dayton Flyers to a blowout win at the University of Massachusetts in Amherst, 78-50.

Staten had 10 points, seven assists and two steals to helped the ninth-seeded Flyers over the #8 Minuteman in the first round of the 2011 Atlantic 10 Men’s Basketball Championship.

Fabrizius came off the bench to lead the scoring with 13 points. Chris Wright added 10 points and seven rebounds as Dayton snapped a three-game losing streak. Wright also extended his blocked shot consecutive games streak to 21.

Dayton shot the ball incredibly well early in the game from beyond the arc, hitting nine of its first 15 shots. That helped UD grab a 27-point lead midway through the second half.

The Flyers led 37-16 at the half, the team’s largest halftime advantage of the season. Brandon Spearman and Fabrizius each scored nine for the Flyers, while Staten had eight.

The Flyers defense held UMass to 28 percent shooting from the field and 6-of-30 from the 3-point line.

Dayton on offense went 13-of-23 from 3-point range and finished the game shooting 53 percent from the floor.

The Flyers will now face arch-rival and #1 seeded Xavier Musketeers in the Atlantic 10 Conference Quarterfinals on Friday, March 11. Tip-off is at 12 noon ET in Atlantic City, New Jersey.

compiled from Dayton Flyers news

Dayton’s Defense Keys Win Over Duquesne

File photos courtesy of Dayton Athletics


Devin Searcy

Chris Johnson

The Dayton Flyers’ defense came up strong early and late, and edged Duquesne 64-63 at the UD Arena on Saturday afternoon. The Flyers trailed 58-52 with 4:33 left, but finished with a 12-5 run. Chris Wright, the Flyers’ leading scorer and all-time leader in blocked shots, scored only four points, but had nine rebounds, blocked a shot with 1:40 remaining, and stole the inbounds pass in the final seconds. It was the 17th game in a row that Wright has blocked a shot. The Flyers held Duquesne 17 points under its average, and avenged an 82-64 loss to the Dukes three weeks ago.

Devin Searcy had a double-double off the bench for the Flyers with 14 points and 11 rebounds. Chris Johnson of Columbus Brookhaven added 14 points, and started the Flyers’ comeback with a basket and a 3-pointer, before Wright’s block. The Flyers, who lead the Atlantic 10 in rebounds, dominated the backboards with a 48-22 advantage.

The Flyers led 22-14 with 7:35 left in the first half, but the Dukes scored 23 points, with Bill Clark hitting three 3-pointers in a four minute span, the rest of the way to take a 37-34 halftime lead. The Flyers’ bench had almost half of their first half points, with Searcy leading the team with 10 points.

Clark led all scorers with 17 points, hitting five of 12 three-pointers, but was only one for five on three-pointers in the second half. Flyers’ freshman Juwan Staten, who leads the Atlantic 10 with 6 assists a game, had only one assist, but scored 13 points and hit three free throws in the last 29 seconds.

With the win, the Flyers’ class of 2011 of Searcy, Wright, walk-ons Logan Nourse and Peter Zesterman matched the Dayton classes of 2010 and 1955 for the most career wins in program history (94).

The Flyers are now 19-9 and 7-6 in the Atlantic 10 play, and the Dukes fell to 17-8 and 9-3 in conference play. Duquesne has now lost three of its last four, and its last three road games.

Dayton is back in action Sunday, February 27 at 1 p.m. ET when the Flyers host Xavier at UD Arena.

Dayton wins road game at Charlotte, 69-51

CHARLOTTE – Chris Johnson tallied 14 points and five rebounds, Juwan Staten
scored 13 and Luke Fabrizius added 12 as the University of Dayton Flyers picked
up a 69-51 victory against the Charlotte 49ers.
The Flyers improved to 18-9 overall and got back to the .500 mark in the
Atlantic 10 at 6-6.
It’s the largest margin of victory on the road for UD since an 89-53 victory at
George Washington on Feb. 21, 2002. The win at Charlotte is also the first time
the Flyers have won at Halton Arena in four attempts.
Dayton shot 50 percent from the floor and hit 12-of-15 free throw attempts.
Staten went 5-from-8 from the field, Johnson hit three shots from beyond the arc 

and all four of Fabrizius’ field goals were three-pointers. 

(courtesy of UD

The Flyers led 34-20 after the first half of play thanks to nine points apiece from Staten and Fabrizius. With Chris Wright in foul trouble early on, UD spread the ball around and had nine players score in the first 20 minutes of play.   That distribution of the ball continued in the second half as well as Dayton went 12-of-23 from the floor.   UD’s defense was just as impressive as the offense forcing 15 Charlotte turnovers and holding the 49ers to 35 percent from the floor.   Dayton dominated the glass out-rebounding Charlotte 37-23.   Other contributors for Dayton included Devin Searcy adding seven points and a team-high seven rebounds off the bench, Paul Williams tallying five points and four assists and Wright extending his blocked-shot streak to 15 games.   The Flyers return home to begin a three-game homestand on Saturday, Feb. 19 as UD hosts the Duquesne Dukes at noon. Info courtesy of Dayton athletics
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