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UD’s Gavrilovic selected Atlantic 10 Rookie of the Week

 

Alex Gavrilovic (courtesy of Dayton athletics)

University of Dayton Flyers freshman center Alex Gavrilovic has been named Rookie of the Week in the Atlantic 10 Conference for his performance in leading the team to a 61-40 win over Florida International on Saturday.

Gavrilovic’s contribution to win #8 for Dayton was huge as the top four players on the team’s front court depth chart was limited or unable to play. The starting frontcourt for the Flyers frontcourt, Josh Benson, Matt Kavanaugh and Chris Johnson was limited to a total of 38 out of a possible 120 minutes due to foul trouble (Benson and Kavanaugh and injury (Johnson). In addition, senior Luke Fabrizius was not dressed out because of a rib injury.

Gavrilovic came off the bench to lead UD to its come-from-behind win. He returned to action after missing the last three games with a sprained ankle, and came through with career-highs in scoring (14), rebounding (6) and minutes (22).

 

Info courtesy of Dayton athletics

Oliver, Kavanaugh lead Flyers over South Carolina-Upstate

 

DAYTON, Ohio – University of Dayton men’s basketball defeated USC Upstate on Sunday afternoon at UD Arena, 72-68.

Five Flyers scored in double-figures, led by sophomore Devin Oliver’s career-high 12 points in 19 minutes of action. Oliver shot 4-of-6 from the field, converted on all four free throw attempts and tallied five rebounds. Eight of Oliver’s points came in the game’s last 10 minutes after it was tied for the last time 51-51.

Devin Oliver

Matt Kavanaugh

Senior guard Paul Williams tied a career-high eight rebounds to pace the Flyers on the boards while adding 10 points. Josh Benson and Kevin Dillard both also added 10 points.  All of Dillard’s points came in the second half after he played just nine minutes before halftime due to foul trouble.

Dayton improves to 7-3 on the season heading into the University’s semester examinations week. The Spartans fall to 6-4 after suffering their first back-to-back losses of the season.

USC Upstate’s Torrey Craig registered a game-high 21 points. Craig made a 3-point field goal with 8:03 remaining in the second half to give Upstate a 54-53 advantage. It was the Spartans’ last of 11 lead changes throughout the game as the Flyers took the go-ahead lead on an Oliver layup off an offensive rebound.

Luke Fabrizius led the Flyers to a 32-32 tie at the half with three of Dayton’s five 3-point buckets leading up to intermission. Fabrizius finished with nine points in nine minutes of play.

After attempting just two free throws in the first half, the Flyers shot 13-of-14 from the charity stripe in the second half. Dayton made 11 of 12 free throws in the last four minutes of the game to erase any Spartans comeback.  USC Upstate went 5-for-7 from the line for the game.

The Flyers shot .578 (26-45) from the field, .429 (6-14) from three-point range and .874 (14-16) from the line in the win.

 

Game Press Release & Photos courtesy of Dayton media relations

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

UD Flyers new uptempo offense too much for Walsh Cavaliers, 92-78 exhibition win

 

Josh Benson led UD with 23 points, 8 rebounds (megasportsnews.com photo)

The Dayton Flyers men’s basketball team opened up their pre-season with a 92-78 win over the Walsh University Cavaliers in an exhibition game at UD Arena.

The Flyer fans had a chance to see the new uptempo offense that the team will be using under new head coach Archie Miller. The results of the new brand of basketball were excellent. UD used great ball movement to shoot 53 percent (31-58) from the field and 48 percent (11-23) from behind the 3-point arc.

Walsh is located in North Canton, Ohio, has a student enrollment of 2,500, a catholic school which was established in 1960. The school is known as being the first coaching job for current West Virginia head coach Bob Huggins.

Redshirt junior Josh Benson led Dayton with 23 points and eight rebounds. Redshirt junior Kevin Dillard scored 16 points and went 8-for-9 at the charity stripe for UD. Senior Luke Fabrizius chipped in with 12 points and senior Chris Johnson from Columbus Brookhaven put up 10 points.

The Flyers rattled the Cavaliers all night, forcing 16 turnovers which led to 26 points for Dayton.

UD open the game with a red-hot hand from the floor, going on a 7-0 run and converting on its first five shots. At one point the Flyers led 41-22 in the first half and 53-37 at intermission.

Dayton never trailed in the game, despite a strong shooting performance from Kenny Kornowski who was 10-of-16 scoring 30 points.

Nine Flyers saw at least 14 minutes of action with Dillard leading the way with 29 minutes and Johnson playing 28.

The Flyers bench outscored the Walsh bench 30-5 with Fabrizius leading the Dayton subs with 12 points.

 

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

 

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