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MEN'S BASKETBALL YEARBOOK


2010-2011 UNIVERSITY OF DAYTON MEN’S BASKETBALL

TABLE OF CONTENTS 2010-11 Schedule....................................................3 The NCAA Experience.........................................4-5 In The Spotlight.....................................................6-7 UD Arena.................................................................8-9 Donoher Center...............................................10-11 Strength & Conditioning..............................12-13 Academics..........................................................14-15 Flyer Family........................................................16-17 Flyer Faithful......................................................18-19 In The Community..........................................20-21 The Next Level..................................................22-23 UD Legends.......................................................24-25

Matt Kavanaugh..............................................62-63 Josh Benson......................................................64-65 Kevin Dillard......................................................66-67 Juwan Staten........................................................... 68 Devin Oliver............................................................. 69 Brandon Spearman............................................... 70 Ralph Hill.................................................................. 71 Brian Vonderhaar................................................... 72 Mitch Asmus............................................................ 72

2009-2010 IN REVIEW................................. 73

THE COACHES............................................... 27

Game By Game Summary.................................. 74 Individual Statistics............................................... 75 Game By Game Team Stats: Dayton.................... 76 Game By Game Team Stats: Opponents............ 77 2009-10 Game Summaries...........................78-87

THE ROSTER................................................... 41

UD Arena Records................................................. 90 Flyer Records At UD Arena................................. 91 UD Arena & The NCAA Tournament..............92-93 The Flyer Faithful................................................... 94 All-Time UD Arena Sellouts................................ 95 Largest Crowds To Watch The Flyers............... 96

Brian Gregory....................................................28-33 Billy Schmidt........................................................... 34 Cornell Mann.......................................................... 35 Jon Borovich............................................................ 36 Matt Farrell............................................................... 37 Support Staff.....................................................38-39 2010-11 University Of Dayton Men’s Basketball Team.................................................................. 42 Roster Breakdown................................................. 43 2010-11 Radio/TV Roster.................................... 44

THE FLYERS..................................................... 45

Chris Wright.......................................................46-47 Devin Searcy.....................................................48-49 Logan Nourse...................................................50-51 Peter Zestermann............................................52-53 Chris Johnson...................................................54-55 Josh Parker.........................................................56-57 Paul Williams.....................................................58-59 Luke Fabrizius...................................................60-61

UD ARENA...................................................... 89

THE HISTORY................................................. 97

Flyers In The ABA & NBA..................................... 98 Flyers In The Draft.................................................. 99 All-America Flyers................................................100 International Flyers.............................................101 All-Time Roster............................................102-105 All Time Hometowns..........................................106 Dayton Basketball Hall Of Fame.....................107 Team Awards................................................108-110 UD’s All-Century Team.......................................111 1,000-Point Club.........................................112-117

Individual Scoring Marks.........................118-119 Individual Field Goal Marks.............................120 Individual Three-Point Marks..........................121 Individual Free Throw Marks...........................122 Individual Assist Marks......................................123 Individual Rebounding Marks........................124 Individual Defensive Marks..............................125 Individual Service Marks...................................126 Modern Era UD Stats..........................................127 Modern Era Opponents’ Stats.........................128 Team Season Marks............................................129 Team Streaks.........................................................130 Single-Game Marks............................................131 Single-Half Marks................................................132 Single-Game Team Marks.................................133 Year-By-Year Results..................................134-148 Coaching Records......................................150-151 UD In 100-Point Games.....................................152 UD In One-Point Games....................................153 UD In Overtime Games.....................................154 UD In The AP Top 25..................................155-156 UD Versus The AP Top 25.........................157-159 UD In The NCAA Tournament.........................160 UD In The NIT........................................................161 UD In The Conference Championships............162 UD In In-Season Tournaments........................163 All-Time Record By Venue................................164 All-Time Record By Conference......................165 All-Time Series Results..............................166-175 The Dayton-Xavier Series..................................176

THE UNIVERSITY........................................177

Administration.....................................................178 NCAA Compliance...............................................179 A Beautiful Campus...................................180-181

CREDITS: The 2010-11 University of Dayton Men’s Basketball Guide is a publication of the UD Athletics Communication Office. Produced, written and edited by Seth Iiames, Doug Hauschild and Qasim Rizvi. Editorial assistance from Krystal Warren, Daniel Eiser and Megan Inglis Photos courtesy of Erik Schelkun (Elsestar Images), Timothy Boone, (Avalon Communications), Steve Woltmann (Steve Woltmann Photography), Andy King, Sean Fitzgerald, Bernie Connelly, Larry Burgess (UD Public Relations), UD Archives, John Moreau, Ron Alvey (Dayton Daily News), Jim Witmer (Dayton Daily News), Brett Hansbauer, Leon Chuck (PressBox Images), Norbelle Kennedy, Keith Currie, Adrienne Green, Carmen Nauseff, Dayton Convention and Visitiors Bureau, Dayton Dragons, Atlantic 10 Conference, NBA images courtesy of NBA Photos, a division of NBA Entertainment, Inc. Inside Cover image courtesy of John Biever/Sports Illustrated Layout and design by V Creative Group. Layout and design by V Creative: Troy, Ohio. Special thanks to Ed Grant of Graphics Terminal, Inc. Additional copies of the 2009-10 University of Dayton Basketball fan guide can be purchased for $15 by contacting the UD Arena Ticket Office at 937-2294433 or by visiting www.DaytonFlyers.com

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2010-11 UNIVERSITY OF DAYTON BASKETBALL SCHEDULE DATE

DAY

TIME

OPPONENT

LOCATION

Nov. 01, 2010

Monday

7:00 PM

Grand Valley State - (ex)

Home

Nov. 06, 2010

Saturday

7:00 PM

Findlay - (ex)

Home

Nov. 13, 2010

Saturday

2:00 PM

Mount Saint Mary's

Home

Nov. 16, 2010

Tuesday

9:00 PM

Akron - (TV: Fox Sports Ohio)

Home

Nov. 20, 2010

Saturday

2:00 PM

Ole Miss

Away

Nov. 22, 2010

Monday

7:00 PM

Savannah State

Home

Nov. 24, 2010

Wednesday

7:00 PM

Florida A&M - (TV: ESPN3)

Nov. 27, 2010

Saturday

TBA

Cincinnati - (TV: ESPN3)

Dec. 01, 2010

Wednesday

7:00 PM

East Tennessee State - (TV: WHIO)

Home

Dec. 04, 2010

Saturday

8:00 PM

Miami - (TV: WHIO)

Home

Dec. 07, 2010

Tuesday

7:00 PM

Central Connecticut State - (TV:Fox Sports Ohio)

Home

Dec. 11, 2010

Saturday

4:00 PM

Old Dominion - (TV: WHIO)

Away

Dec. 18, 2010

Saturday

7:00 PM

Western Carolina - (TV: WHIO)

Home

Dec. 20, 2010

Monday

7:00 PM

Winthrop - (TV: Fox Sports Ohio)

Home

Dec. 22, 2010

Wednesday

7:00 PM

Seton Hall - (TV: ESPN3)

Away

Dec. 29, 2010

Wednesday

7:00 PM

George Mason - (TV: Fox Sports Ohio)

Home

Jan. 01, 2011

Saturday

2:00 PM

New Mexico - (TV: CBS College Sports)

Home

Jan. 05, 2011

Wednesday

8:00 PM

Saint Louis * - (TV: CBS College Sports)

Away

Jan. 09, 2011

Sunday

2:00 PM

Massachusetts * - (TV: CBS College Sports)

Away

Jan. 12, 2011

Wednesday

7:00 PM

Saint Joseph's * - (TV: WHIO)

Home

Jan. 15, 2011

Saturday

8:00 PM

Xavier * - (TV: CBS College Sports)

Away

Jan. 22, 2011

Saturday

7:00 PM

Fordham * - (TV: WHIO)

Home

Jan. 25, 2011

Tuesday

7:00 PM

Richmond * - (TV: ESPNU)

Home

Jan. 30, 2011

Sunday

2:00 PM

Duquesne *

Away

Feb. 02, 2011

Wednesday

9:00 PM

St. Bonaventure * - (TV: Fox Sports Ohio)

Home

Feb. 05, 2011

Saturday

6:00 PM

La Salle * - (TV: CBS College Sports)

Away

Feb. 09, 2011

Wednesday

7:00 PM

Rhode Island * - (TV: CBS Regional/WHIO)

Away

Feb. 12, 2011

Saturday

1:00 PM

Temple * - (TV: ESPNU)

Home

Feb. 16, 2011

Wednesday

7:00 PM

Charlotte * - (TV: WHIO)

Away

Feb. 19, 2011

Saturday

12:00 PM

Duquesne * - (TV: CBS Regional/WHIO)

Home

Feb. 27, 2011

Sunday

1:00 PM

Xavier * - (TV: ESPN2)

Home

Mar. 02, 2011

Wednesday

7:00 PM

Saint Louis *

Home

Mar. 05, 2011

Saturday

2:00 PM

George Washington *

Away

Mar. 08, 2011

Tuesday

TBA

A-10 First Round

Mar. 11, 2011

Friday

TBA

A-10 Quarterfinals

Atlantic City, NJ

Mar. 12, 2011

Saturday

TBA

A-10 Semifinals

Atlantic City, NJ

Mar. 13, 2011

Sunday

TBA

A-10 Finals

Atlantic City, NJ

Home U.S. Bank Arena

Campus Sites

Home games in bold played on Blackburn Court at the University of Dayton Arena. (ex) - Exhibition Game * - Denotes Atlantic 10 Conference game All Times Eastern & Subject to Change

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THE NCAA EXPERIENCE

The 2008-09 University of Dayton Flyers enjoyed one of the most memorable seasons in school history. The Flyers enjoyed a truly entertaining run going 27-8 overall, earning their first NCAA Tournament appearance since 2004 and advancing to the NCAA Second Round. The 2009-10 squad won the 2010 National Invitational Tournament against the North Carolina Tar Heels to cap off one of the best four-year spans in UD basketball history.

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IN THE SPOTLIGHT After advancing to the second round of the 2009 NCAA Tournament and earning Top 25 preseason rankings in the ESPN/USA Today and Associated Press polls, media exposure for the University of Dayton Flyers is at an all-time high. In the few months since the Flyers’ NCAA Tournament appearance, coach Brian Gregory and the Dayton Flyers been the subject of numerous stories on the local, regional and national level. The University of Dayton Men’s Basketball program enjoys a significant presence on national, regional and local television. This year the Flyers will have at least seven games on the ESPN family of networks this season. Dayton has 22 ESPN appearances and three CBS Sports televised contests in the previous seven years under coach Brian Gregory.

The legendary Bill Raferty and Sean McDonough are among the announcers who have broadcast games from UD Arena.

For the 2010 season, The University of Dayton and FOX Sports Ohio have entered into a television rights agreement for Flyer men’s basketball to expand coverage regionally. FOX Sports Ohio reaches over five million households in Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana, western Pennsylvania, western New York, and West Virginia. Thanks to a conference-wide agreement with CBS College Sports, the network will carry Flyer Basketball games nationally as well as regionally. This season Dayton will be shown on CBS College Sports National, The Mtn, Madison Square Garden Network and CBS College Sports Regional. The Dayton community also benefits from a tremendous partnership with WHIO-TV, which has originated UD games (both home and road) for more than 50 years. All of Dayton’s games are broadcast on the through Newstalk 1290 WHIO Radio and over the internet at www.DaytonFlyers.com. In addition, the Brian Gregory Show appears on both WHIO-TV and WHIO Radio throughout the season. Coach Gregory’s TV show, hosted by WHIOTV’s Mike Hartsock, airs Sunday mornings at 10:30 a.m. ET. The radio show airs live on Newstalk 1290 WHIO from a local Buffalo Wild Wings on Monday evenings from 8-9 p.m. ET, hosted by the “Voice of the Flyers” Larry Hansgen.

ATLANTIC 10 SCHOOLS ARE LOCATED IN 12 OF AC NIELSEN’S TOP 65 NATIONAL MARKETS: RANK MARKET 1_________________________ New York 4______________________ Philadelphia 7___________________________ Boston 9___________________ Washington D.C. 21_________________________ St. Louis 23_______________________ Pittsburgh 24________________________ Charlotte 33_______________________ Cincinnati 52__________________________ Buffalo 53_______________________Providence 58_______________________ Richmond 65__________________________ Dayton

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NATIONAL EXPOSURE

MAUI INVITATIONAL PAST CHAMPIONS 1984 ...................................Providence 1985 ...................................... Michigan 1986 .................................... Vanderbilt 1987 ................................................Iowa 1988 ...................................... Michigan 1989 ........................................ Missouri 1990 ........................................Syracuse 1991 ........................... Michigan State 1992 ...............................................Duke 1993 ...................................... Kentucky 1994 ...............................Arizona State 1995 .......................................Villanova 1996............................................ Kansas 1997 ...............................................Duke 1998 ........................................Syracuse 1999 ............................North Carolina 2000 ..........................................Arizona 2001 ...............................................Duke 2002 .......................................... Indiana 2003.........................................DAYTON 2004.............................North Carolina 2005..................................Connecticut 2006...............................................UCLA 2007................................................Duke 2008.............................North Carolina 2009........................................ Gonzaga

MAUI CHAMPS! In winning the 2003 EA Sports Maui Invitational Championship, the Flyers joined a prestigious list of past champions. UD’s name now hangs in the Lahania Civic Center with the likes of Duke, Kentucky, Indiana, and Michigan State. In addition, head coach Brian Gregory became the first head coach in the history of the Maui Invitational to win in it his rookie season. Keith Waleskowski was named the 2003 Maui Most Valuable Player. In fact, the Flyers’ Maui winning percentage of .833 (5-11), is second only to Duke for teams with multiple appearances.

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UD ARENA Re-energizing the UD Arena for another generation as the home of the Dayton Flyers, a $13.1 million renovation was completed six seasons ago. The project added suites, loge seats, and the Time Warner Cable Flight Deck – all overlooking Blackburn Court with a powerful view of the action. The Boesch Lounge was redesigned, new restrooms were added and concessions were upgraded. The facility, recognized as one of the greatest in college basketball, was updated with an eye to the future while maintaining its roots as an icon in the Dayton community. IN 2002, THE UD ARENA BECAME A LANDMARK FOR ESPN. THE ARENA WAS THE SITE OF THE FIRST-EVER HIGH DEFINITION BASKETBALL BROADCAST FOR THE NETWORK.

“IT IS AN AMAZING FEELING TO RUN OUT ON THE FLOOR AND HAVE 13,000 FANS CHEERING FOR YOU.” – Kurt Huelsman

“THE ATMOSPHERE IS INDESCRIBABLE. IT GETS BETTER EVERY TIME.” – CHRIS JOHNSON

“THE ARENA AND THE FANS ARE AMAZING.” – DEVIN SEARCY

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“THE CROWD IS CRAZY. IT’S A FEELING THAT CAN’T BE EXPLAINED, JUST EXPERIENCED.” – Chris Wright

“NOTHING CAN REALLY DESCRIBE PLAYING AT UD ARENA. RUNNING OUT OF THE TUNNEL BEFORE TIP-OFF IS ONE OF THE BEST FEELINGS IN THE WORLD.” – Dan Fox YEAR-BY-YEAR ATTENDANCE Season

Record Gms

Att.

Avg

1969-70 11-4 15 194,728 12,982 1970-71 13-3 16 204,276 12,767 1971-72 10-5 15 191,109 12,741 1972-73 10-6 16 193,480 12,093 1973-74 15-1 16 190,809 11,926 1974-75 8-9 17 194,847 11,462 1975-76 12-5 17 189,633 11,155 1976-77 12-6 18 205,425 11,413 1977-78 17-3 20 229,997 11,500 1978-79 15-3 18 210,649 11,703 1979-80 12-5 17 183,090 10,770 1980-81 14-3 17 177,213 10,424 1981-82 16-2 18 184,231 10,235 1982-83 13-4 17 169,146 9,950 1983-84 14-2 16 173,368 10,836 1984-85 15-3 18 211,096 11,728 1985-86 15-2 17 199,836 11,755 1986-87 10-7 17 198,794 11,694 1987-88 8-8 16 193,209 12,076 1988-89 9-8 17 198,640 11,684 1989-90 16-3 19 234,402 12,338 1990-91 11-7 18 226,741 12,597 1991-92 12-4 16 196,142 12,259 1992-93 3-12 15 172,057 11,470 1993-94 6-10 16 173,885 10,868 1994-95 7-9 16 175,391 10,962 1995-96 12-4 16 181,472 11,342 1996-97 12-3 15 163,277 10,885 1997-98 14-4 18 210,911 11,717 1998-99 9-6 15 179,625 11,975 1999-00 13-2 15 189,667 12,644 2000-01 12-6 18 218,822 12,157 2001-02 13-4 17 206,213 12,130 2002-03 17-1 18 220,789 12,266 2003-04 15-3 18 226,738 12,597 2004-05 12-4 16 201,114 12,570 2005-06 12-5 17 211,176 12,423 2006-07 15-2 17 208,522 12,266 2007-08 15-3 18 224,623 12,479 2008-09 18-0 18 229,768 12,765 2009-10 16-2 18 220,657 12,259 All-Time Record at UD Arena: 509-183 All-Time Games: 692 All-Time Attendance: 8,165,568 All-Time Average: 11,800 *denotes NCAA Division I Attendance Rank

Rank* 5th 6th 10th --10th ------17th 20th 22nd 25th 28th 32nd 25th 21st 21st 20th 24th 26th 25th 25th 30th 32nd 35th 34th 33rd 35th 26th 27th 24th 24th 23rd 24th 25th 18th 23rd 26th 27th 27th 28th

ESPN’S TOP FIVE COLLEGE BASKETBALL CITIES:

“UD ARENA IS A CLOSE SECOND TO CAMERON INDOOR STADIUM FOR THE BEST COLLEGE ATMOSPHERE.” –ESPN’S KIRK HERBSTREIT

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

DAYTON, OHIO DURHAM, N.C. LAWRENCE, KAN. STILLWATER, OKLA. ALBUQUERQUE, N.M.

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DONOHER CENTER The Donoher Basketball Center, named for UD’s winningest basketball coach Don Donoher, is a state-of-the-art structure that elevates both the University of Dayton’s men’s and women’s basketball programs to the next level. Technology is at the very core of the Center’s distinctiveness. An ESPN-style, six-screen theater wall just inside the entrance make it crystal clear from the initial impression that UD understands the necessity of bringing current technology to bear on competitive performance. One of UD’s most prominent alumni, high-tech entrepreneur John McHale and his wife Christine Mattsson, contributed more than a third of the Center’s $4.3 million cost. The name is a nod to the past; the Center itself is clear evidence of the University’s intention to stake out a leadership position at the intersection of college basketball and technology to propel the Flyers to a championship performance.

“THE FEELING IS INTENSE FROM THE MOMENT YOU WALK IN. YOU KNOW GREAT TEAMS BEFORE HAVE HELPED US GET THIS GREAT FACILITY.” – CHRIS JOHNSON

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FIRST CLASS FACILITIES “TRAINING AT THE DONOHER CENTER IS GREAT. THE WEIGHT ROOM HAS EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO BECOME PHYSICALLY STRONGER.” – CHRIS WRIGHT

“EVERYTHING A PLAYER NEEDS TO REACH HIS POTENTIAL IS WAITING FOR HIM AT THE STATE-OF-THE-ART DONOHER CENTER. THIS FIRST-CLASS FACILITY CREATES A CHAMPIONSHIP ENVIRONMENT FOR ALL OF OUR PLAYERS.” – HEAD COACH BRIAN GREGORY

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STRENGTH & CONDITIONING

“I HAVE GAINED 20 POUNDS AND HAVE GOTTEN A LOT STRONGER. I AM STRONGER THAN I HAVE EVER BEEN AND THAT WILL HELP ON THE COURT.” – LUKE FABRIZIUS

“THE MOST CHALLENGING ASPECT OF THE STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING IS YOGA. YOGA IS THE MOST CHALLENGING TO ME BECAUSE YOU HAVE TO BE MENTALLY PREPARED AND IN TUNE WITH YOUR BODY TO DO THE STRETCHING. IT IS VERY FUN BUT CHALLENGING.”

“THE STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING TRAINING IS EXTREMELY HELPFUL. MIKE (BEWLEY) HELPS US PREPARE FOR THE SEASON PHYSICALLY.” – JOSH BENSON

– JOSH PARKER

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A FOCUS ON INDIVIDUAL WORKOUTS AND INSTRUCTION “I’VE SEEN IMPROVEMENTS IN EVERY PHYSICAL CATEGORY. I HAVE BECOME BIGGER, STRONGER, AND FASTER. MY VERTICAL LEAP IS PROBABLY THE BIGGEST IMPROVEMENT HAVING GONE UP FIVE INCHES SINCE MY FRESHMAN YEAR.” – LOGAN NOURSE

“MIKE BEWLEY IS GREAT. HE HAS BEEN AROUND FOR A WHILE AND HE KNOWS HOW TO MAKE YOU STRONGER AND GET YOU IN THE BEST SHAPE POSSIBLE. IT HAS HELPED ME BECAUSE I CAN TAKE LITTLE BUMPS AND STILL BE ABLE TO FINISH A PLAY.”

“THE TRAINING HAS MADE ME STRONGER, FASTER, AND MORE FLEXIBLE.” – CHRIS WRIGHT

“ALWAYS STAYING FOCUSED IN THE WEIGHT ROOM IS THE MOST CHALLENGING ASPECT. WE TRY TO RELATE EVERYTHING WE DO IN THE WEIGHT ROOM TO THE GAME OF BASKETBALL.” – DEVIN OLIVER

– CHRIS JOHNSON

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ACADEMICS OFFICE OF ACADEMIC SERVICES FOR STUDENT-ATHLETES; A DIVISION OF THE OFFICE OF THE PROVOST WEEKLY MEETINGS

Academic coordinators hold weekly meetings with the student-athletes to assess how they are performing their course work and to emphasize time management, study skills, organization, and goal setting as well as provide an opportunity to communicate athletic/ or personal issues.

ACADEMIC MONITORING

Academic coordinators closely monitor the academic progress of student-athletes. In addition to freshmen midterm grades reported by the University, progress reports are issued to professors to ensure that attendance, effort and progress are monitored.

STUDY HALL

Study Hall is structured, monitored, and quiet environment in which student-athletes have the opportunity to develop consistent and appropriate study skills. Computer are wireless access are available as well as the opportunity to meet with tutors. Coaches are notified on a regular basis regarding study hall attendance and behavior.

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ACADEMIC COORDINATORS

In addition to the University assigned academic advisors, academic counselors are assigned to specific athletic teams and are responsible for providing academic support to all student-athletes. Coordinators compliment the University’s academic advisors by assisting in academic advising, counseling, and monitoring. Academic coordinators ensure that student-athletes follow NCAA, Atlantic 10, and University of Dayton guidelines.

STUDENT LEARNING SUPPORT

Academics works closely with the Student Learning Support (SLS) office on campus to provide students with tutoring and disability support services. The intent of the tutorial program is to provide academic assistance in areas that include review of class discussion and notes, study strategies, and other information that is imperative to the respective class, while services from DSS include adaptive technology, extended test time, and note-taking.

AWARDS •• All-Academic Team

Recognizes student-athletes who earned the highest cumulative grade point average on their respective teams.

•• 4.00 Flyers Award

Given to those who achieved a perfect grade point average during fall or spring semesters.

•• 3.5 Honorees

Student-athletes who have achieved a grade point average of 3.5 or above during either fall or spring semesters.

•• Presidential Outstanding Scholar-Athlete Award

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The Presidential Outstanding Scholar-Athlete Award is designed to be the most prestigious honor presented by the Office of Academic Services for StudentAthletes and the Office of the Provost. It serves to recognize two-student athletes, one male and one female, who have demonstrated academic excellence, qualities of leadership and service to the University of Dayton community.

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FLYER FAMILY “ESTABLISHING A FAMILY ATMOSPHERE IS IMPORTANT TO OUR PROGRAM. WHEN COACHES, PLAYERS, AND FAMILIES HAVE A COMMITMENT TO EACH OTHER, TREMENDOUS SUCCESS CAN OCCUR.” – HEAD COACH BRIAN GREGORY

“BEING A PART OF THE FLYER FAMILY MEANS YOU HAVE A FAMILY AWAY FROM HOME. IT’S A COMMUNITY THAT LOOKS OUT FOR YOUR BEST INTEREST, JUST AS YOUR REAL FAMILY WOULD.” – PAUL WILLIAMS

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TOGETHER...BUILDING A CHAMPIONSHIP TRADITION

“IT MEANS HAVING BROTHERS TO YOUR RIGHT AND LEFT THAT WILL DO ANYTHING TO SACRIFICE FOR YOU. IT ALSO MEANS THAT YOU WILL DO THE SAME FOR THEM.” – LUKE FABRIZIUS

“THERE IS A CERTAIN PRIDE THAT COMES ALONG WITH BELONGING TO A GROUP THAT HAS YOUR BEST INTEREST AT HEART, AND BEING AROUND PEOPLE THAT CARE ABOUT YOU AS MUCH AS YOU DO FOR THEM.” – DEVIN SEARCY

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FLYER FAITHFUL THE SPORTING NEWS NAMED THE FLYER FAITHFUL ''THE BEST FANS IN THE COUNTRY.''

“NOTHING CAN DESCRIBE PLAYING AT UD ARENA. RUNNING OUT OF THE TUNNEL BEFORE TIP-OFF IS ONE OF THE BEST FEELINGS IN THE WORLD.”

“IT’S AN AMAZING FEELING TO RUN OUT ON THE FLOOR AND HAVE 13,000 FANS CHEERING FOR YOU.” – JOSH BENSON

– JOSH PARKER

“THE CROWD IS AMAZING. IT’S TRULY A FEELING THAT CANNOT BE EXPLAINED, ONLY EXPERIENCED.” – CHRIS WRIGHT

“IT’S A GREAT EXPERIENCE PLAYING AT UD ARENA. THE BEST PART IS THE SELL OUT CROWDS WE GET ALMOST EVERY HOME GAME. WE HAVE THE BEST FANS IN THE NATION.”

– MATT KAVANAUGH

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RED SCARE DAYTON'S STUDENT SECTION “UD ARENA IS ONE OF THE TOUGHEST PLACES TO PLAY IN THE COUNTRY BECAUSE OF ITS KNOWLEDGEABLE FAN BASE AND THE STUDENT SECTION – RED SCARE.” – LOGAN NOURSE


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THE NATION'S BEST FANS

WHAT THE COLLEGE BASKETBALL WORLD IS SAYING ABOUT THE FLYER FAITHFUL:

“THERE’S NO BETTER BASKETBALL TOWN IN THIS COUNTRY THAN DAYTON, OHIO.” – MIKE TIRICO, ESPN

“…THE GREAT TRADITIONS ARE NOT JUST AT TOP TEN SCHOOLS. JUST… WALK INTO THE UNIVERSITY OF DAYTON ARENA…” – DAN WETZEL, BASKETBALL TIMES

“WHAT AN ATMOSPHERE. IF YOU’RE A COLLEGE HOOPS FAN, GET OUT A MAP AND FIGURE OUT HOW YOU’RE GOING TO GET TO DAYTON.” – DAVE SIMMS, ESPN

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IN THE COMMUNITY

“THE INVOLVEMENT WE HAVE WITH THE COMMUNITY GIVES US THE CHANCE TO SHOW THE COMMUNITY WE CARE ABOUT THEM JUST AS MUCH AS WE DO BASKETBALL.” – JOSH BENSON

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“ONE OF MY FAVORITE THINGS ABOUT THE SEASON IS WHEN WE GO TO A YMCA DURING CHRISTMAS AND DELIVER PRESENTS TO KIDS WHO MIGHT NOT GET ANY.” – PETE ZESTERMANN


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REACHING OUT TO THE FLYERS OF TOMORROW

“AS AN ATHLETE IT’S IMPORTANT TO ENCOURAGE AND HELP OTHERS WHO LOOK UP TO YOU.” – PAUL WILLIAMS

“IT’S GOOD AS A PLAYER TO BE INVOLVED AND GET TO KNOW THE FANS AND THE COMMUNITY ON A PERSONAL LEVEL.” – BRANDON SPEARMAN

“IT IS IMPORTANT TO BE INVOLVED IN THE GREATER DAYTON COMMUNITY BECAUSE IT IS IMPORTANT TO GIVE SUPPORT TO THE PEOPLE THAT SUPPORT US DURING OUR BASKETBALL SEASON.” – MATT KAVANAUGH

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THE NEXT LEVEL “COACH GREGORY IS THE BEST. HE WORKED EVERY DAY TO HELP ME GET BETTER. I COULD ALWAYS COUNT ON B.G. TO BE THERE FOR ME AND TO BE HONEST WITH ME. HE’S A GREAT COACH AND SOMEONE YOU CAN ALWAYS TRUST.”

MORRIS PETERSON, TORONTO RAPTORS

– MATEEN CLEEVES, SACRAMENTO KINGS

“GREGORY HAS A PASSION FOR COACHING, TEACHING AND MAKING GUYS BETTER. BG’S ENERGY IS INFECTIOUS – IT WAS FOR ME AND IT WILL BE FOR THE PLAYERS WHO LEARN FROM HIM AT DAYTON.” – ERIC SNOW, CLEVELAND CAVALIERS

CHARLIE BELL, MILWAUKEE BUCKS

FORMER FLYER KEITH WALESKOWSKI IN ACTION WITH THE UTAH JAZZ DURING THE NBA SUMMER LEAGUE

BRIAN ROBERTS HAS PLAYED FOR NBA TEAMS THE LAST TWO YEARS IN THE NBA SUMMER LEAGUES.

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BRIAN GREGORY'S PLAYERS HAVE PRO SUCCESS BRIAN GREGORY HAS COACHED 20 PLAYERS IN 15 YEARS THAT HAVE PLAYED IN THE NBA: Maurice Ager..................................................................... New Orleans Hornets Alan Anderson......................................................................... Charlotte Bobcats Charlie Bell..................................................................................Milwaukee Bucks Mateen Cleaves.......................................................................Sacramento Kings Paul Davis.............................................................................Los Angeles Clippers Evan Eschmeyer.........................................................................Dallas Mavericks Jamie Feick................................................................................... New Jersey Nets Andre Hutson.............................................................................Milwaukee Bucks Erazem Lorbek................................................................................ Indiana Pacers Anthony Miller................................................................. Golden State Warriors Mike Peplowski.......................................................................Sacramento Kings Morris Peterson...........................................................................Toronto Raptors Zach Randolph........................................................................Memphis Grizzlies Shawn Respert................................................................... Portland Trailblazers Jason Richardson.............................................................................Phoenix Suns Casey Shaw.............................................................................. Philadelphia 76ers Steve Smith..............................................................................San Antonio Spurs Eric Snow................................................................................ Cleveland Cavaliers Matt Steingenga.............................................................................. Chicago Bulls Marcus Taylor.............................................................Minnesota Timberwolves

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“COACH GREGORY HELPED ME SO MUCH, I OWE HIM A LOT. DAYTON PLAYERS AND RECRUITS ARE GOING TO LOVE PLAYING FOR HIM – HE GIVES YOU EVERYTHING HE’S GOT.” – JASON RICHARDSON, PHOENIX SUNS (GOLDEN STATE WARRIORS TWO-TIME NBA GRAND SLAM DUNK CHAMPION)

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UD LEGENDS Where it all began. The University’s first basketball team in 1903-04.

Johnny Davis jumped from UD to the NBA, winning a championship with Portland his first season. Following his playing career, he was Philadelphia’s head coach during Allen Iverson’s rookie season and is now an assistant coach for the Memphis Grizzlies.

One of UD’s most prolific rebounders, Ryan Perryman led the nation in rebounding as a senior in 1998.

The marquee outside of the old Madison Square Garden advertises the 1955 NIT Championship game between Dayton and Duquesne.

After playing for UD, Bucky Bockhorn teamed with Oscar Robertson in the Cincinnati Royals backcourt. He has since provided color commentary for UD basketball on the radio for nearly 30 years.

UD’s three-time All-Atlantic 10 performer, Brian Roberts was a finalist for the Wooden, Naismith, Cousy, and Lowes Senior CLASS Awards. He ended his career fourth on the UD All-Time Scoring List with 1,962 points.

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With 2,233 career points, Roosevelt Chapman is the Flyers’ all-time leading scorer. He led the Flyers on a remarkable NCAA run his senior season, scoring 105 points in UD’s four-game run to the Elite Eight.

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Mike Kanieski was a two-time CoSIDA Academic All-America and stands as UD’s 12th-leading scorer with 1,642 points.


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The Flyers’ starting five in the 1951 NIT, in which UD was the National Runnerup. From Left, Gene Hickey, Leland Norris, Don Meineke, Dick Campbell and Pete Boyle.

Donald Smith’s 52 points against Loyola-Chicago in 1973 is a UD record. Many still consider it one of the greatest collegiate performances in the history of Chicago Stadium.

Not only was Don Meineke the first Flyer to score 1,000 points, he was the first Flyer drafted in the NBA and the NBA’s first-ever Rookie of the Year.

UD’s all-time winningest coach, Don Donoher led the Flyers to 437 wins between 1964 and 1989. He took UD to eight NCAA Tournaments, including three Sweet 16’s and one Final Four. His 1968 squad won the NIT Championship.

Negele Knight set marks for assists in a career, season and game during his magical senior season.

Mike Sylvester won a gold medal while playing with Italy in the 1980 Olympics in Moscow.

NIT Champs. Tom Blackburn’s Flyers beat St. John’s in front of 16,037 at the Garden to win the 1962 title. From left, Bill Chmielewski, Garry Roggenburk, Blackburn, Tom Hatton, Harold Schoen, Gordie Hatton.

A towering 7-footer, Hank Finkel averaged 23.7 points during his three-year career and let UD to the NCAA Sweet 16 in 1965 and 1966.

Don May made 13-straight field goals in UD’s 1967 NCAA Semifinal win over North Carolina. His 1,980 points is second all-time at UD.

UD’s 1968 NIT Championship team won 14-straight games to end the season. The Flyers’ beat West Virginia, Fordham, Notre Dame and Kansas to win the title.

The Flyer Faithful storm the court after the Flyers’ 2003 Atlantic 10 Championship win at UD Arena.

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> Eighth Seaason at UD > 150-80 (.652) > Oakland ‘90

That list includes Syracuse’s Jim Boeheim, UConn’s Jim Calhoun, Florida’s Billy Donovan, Michigan State’s Tom Izzo, Duke’s Mike Kryzewski, Louisville’s Rick Pitino, Kansas’ Bill Self, Maryland’s Gary Williams and North Carolina’s Roy Williams.

When Brian Gregory came to the University of Dayton as its head men’s basketball coach in 2003, he renewed the appreciation within the Flyer basketball program of UD’s history and traditions in the sport. Just seven seasons later, he cemented his place in that history by guiding Dayton to the 2010 NIT championship. UD’s impressive run to the NIT title included four straight wins over teams from the Big East, Big Ten, SEC and ACC. Gregory joined Flyer coaching icons Tom Blackburn (1962) and Don Donoher (1968) as the only Dayton coaches to win the NIT. Gregory’s 150 wins are the most by a UD coach in his first seven seasons, and his .652 winning percentage is second in UD’s modern era only to Blackburn, whose winning percentage was .714. When the Flyers climbed into the national college basketball rankings in December, 2007, it signaled a benchmark for Gregory. In less than five seasons at the Hilltop, and in his first with all his recruits on the team, Gregory had put together a Top 25-caliber program. In the three seasons since, Dayton has won 75 games, advanced to the second round of the NCAA tournament and won the NIT. The Flyers are 11-4 against BCS teams in that span. UD’s 27 wins in 200809 tied for the second-most in school history. As strong as those numbers are, you can’t top perfection. And that’s exactly where Gregory is when it comes to graduating his seniors. Every senior who has played for Gregory has graduated (23-for-23). All seven seniors on the NIT championship team completed their degree requirements in time to participate in the University’s 2010 Spring Commencement and receive their diplomas from UD President Dr. Daniel J. Curran. Since taking over as Dayton’s head coach in 2003, Gregory has a record of 150-80, with two NCAA appearances, the 2010 NIT championship and two other NIT quarterfinal berths. Entering the 2010-11 season, he was one of just 24 coaches who have been at their current school at least five years who average at least 20 wins a season.

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On May 6, 2009, because of his success, and what is expected in the future, the University extended Gregory’s contract to run through the 2017-18 season. In making the announcement, UD Vice President and Director of Athletics Tim Wabler said it was a decision involving the past, present and future of Dayton basketball. “The University of Dayton is committed to excellence, and this contract extension demonstrates our commitment to Brian Gregory,” Wabler said. “The arc of our men’s basketball program is outstanding on many levels. Looking back at our success, we are one of a handful of schools to win 50 games and have been ranked in the last two years. Right now on campus, we have young men of high character in our program who are dedicated to getting better and are earning their degrees. Looking ahead...we have recruited young men who will continue our program’s momentum. “I don’t know what our potential is, but I know we haven’t reached it” Wabler added. “And I know Brian Gregory is the man to test the limits of our potential.” Gregory maintains the new contract extension means more about the Flyer basketball program than it does about him. “I’ve always said that it’s an honor to be the head basketball coach at the University of Dayton,” Gregory said. “It’s a special place and a perfect fit for myself and my family. What this extension demonstrates above all else is that the University believes in our program. And that’s bigger than just me. It’s our staff, and it’s our players; the players who came in at the beginning and have since graduated, the players who are in our program now, and the players who are coming to UD. It’s gratifying to know that Tim (Wabler) and Dr. Curran and everyone in our administration believe in them as much as I do.” Dayton was 24-9 in Gregory’s first season, winning the EA Sports Maui Invitational (Gregory is the only rookie coach to win the prestigious early-season tournament) at the beginning, and winning the Atlantic 10 West at the end. Gregory began his tenure at Dayton with a 9-0 record, the second-best start for a new UD coach in the 100+ year history of varsity basketball at the school. Only Harry Solimano, who won his first 25 games over a three-year span that began in 1911, did better. In both 2008 and 2009, Gregory traveled to the Persian Gulf to support the troops in the USO’s “Operation Hardwood,” a USO/Armed Forces Entertainment tour. “These men and women sacrifice so much to serve our country,” Gregory said. “They put themselves in harm’s way every day, and it was a great honor to be with them over there.” Among the coaches and basketball figures who have participated in previous tours are Jay Bilas, Mike Brey, Bobby Cremins, Karl Hobbs, Tom Izzo, Bobby Lutz, Dave Odom, the late Skip Prosser, Tubby Smith and Gary Williams.


All but one of Gregory’s recruiting classes has produced at least one player who has earned postseason honors from the Atlantic 10 Conference. The incoming class is nationally ranked and features Oak Hill point guard Juwan Staten, and two big-school state championship MVPs – Brandon Spearman (Illinois) and Devin Oliver (Michigan). Gregory brought with him to Dayton the knowledge of what it takes to win championships, and a reputation as a top-notch recruiter. On the court, his Flyers won titles in their first two opportunities with the trophies from Maui and the A-10 West division. The first recruiting class Gregory and his staff signed to play for UD was ranked as high as 17th in the nation. He also demonstrated his skills as a bench coach, making savvy move after savvy move in the championship game of the Maui Invitational. Since it was Maui, it would be tempting to say that Gregory drew up the defense that turned the tide in the Hawai’i game in the sand, but figuratively speaking you wouldn’t be far off. Down eight at halftime, the Flyer coaches refined one of their zone defenses with a secretive walk-through at halftime with the Hawai’i team just a few feet away. Gregory, 43, was named the Flyers’ 18th head coach on April 9, 2003 (although he is just the fifth UD coach in the last 59 years). He came to Dayton from Michigan State, where he was associate head coach on Tom Izzo’s Spartan staff. While at MSU, he was part of two Final Four teams, including Michigan State’s national championship team in 2000. “I’m honored and excited to be named the head basketball coach at the University of Dayton,” Gregory said when he was named. “It’s a program rich in tradition with tremendous community and fan support, and a great foundation has been laid for this program. “I’ve been well-prepared by my mentors -- Jud Heathcote (former Michigan State coach), Kevin O’Neill (current Arizona assistant coach) and Tom Izzo (current Michigan State head coach) -- and look forward to building a championship program at UD.”

In the four years coinciding with Gregory’s return to Michigan State, the Spartans had a national championship, two Final Four appearances, three Elite Eight appearances, four NCAA bids, two Big Ten Championships, four players drafted in the first round of the NBA draft, and MSU signed six McDonald’s All-Americans. While preparing to be a head coach, Gregory had been recognized as one of the top assistant coaches in the country by such recognized publications as The Sporting News and Sports Illustrated. As a recruiter, he was part of four Top 10 recruiting classes at Michigan State. He also helped bring a Top 20 recruiting class to Northwestern. Gregory was the fourth Tom Izzo assistant to land a Division I head coaching position. In addition to Joplin, Indiana’s Tom Crean (who took Marquette to the 2004 Final Four), South Florida’s Stan Heath (who took Kent State to the 2002 Sweet Sixteen, and also coached at Arkansas), Tulsa’s Doug Wojcik and Utah’s Jim Boylen are active head coaches who are part of Izzo’s coaching family tree. Mike Garland also coached at Cleveland State for three seasons.

A native of Mount Prospect, Ill., Gregory brought 15 years of coaching experience to Dayton, with 12 of them coming in the Big Ten. Teams he was with reached the post-season in 12 of his 15 seasons. He began his coaching career in 1990 at Michigan State University on Jud Heathcote’s staff until 1995, and then Tom Izzo’s staff when Izzo succeeded Heathcote.

A new branch of that tree has sprung up, as a former Gregory assistant has been named a Division I head coach. Mo Cassara was named the coach at Hofstra in the spring of 2010.

In 1996, Gregory followed Stan Joplin when Joplin went from Michigan State to become Toledo’s head coach. After one season at Toledo, Gregory returned to the Big Ten by joining Kevin O’Neill’s program at Northwestern. Gregory returned to Michigan State for the 1999-2000 season when he joined Tom Izzo’s staff in East Lansing.

Gregory graduated from Oakland University in Rochester, Mich., in 1990 with a bachelor of arts in secondary education. While at Oakland, he was a three-time all-conference selection, and was named an Academic All-American in 1990. He was inducted into Oakland’s Hall of Fame in 1997.

After two seasons serving as an assistant coach, Gregory was elevated to Associate Head Coach for the 2001-02 and 2002-03 seasons. In his last stint at Michigan State, the Spartans went to the NCAA tournament all four seasons, reaching the Final Four in 2000 and 2001, and winning the NCAA national championship in 2000.

BRIAN GREGORY YEAR-BY-YEAR HEAD COACHING Year School 2003-04 Dayton 2004-05 Dayton 2005-06 Dayton 2006-07 Dayton 2007-08 Dayton 2008-09 Dayton 2009-10 Dayton TOTALS

CAREER Overall Pct. Conference Pct. 24-9 .727 12-4 .750 18-11 .621 10-6 .625 14-17 .452 6-10 .375 19-12 .613 8-8 .500 23-11 .676 8-8 .500 27-8 .771 11-5 .688 25-12 .676 8-8 .500 150-80 .652 55-41 .573

Finish 1st-W T-2nd W T-11th T-7th T-7th T-2nd 7th

Postseason NCAA First Round ----- --NIT Quarterfinals NCAA Second Round NIT Champions

ASSISTANT COACHING CAREER Year School Overall Pct. 1990-91 Michigan State 19-11 .633 1991-92 Michigan State 22-8 .733 1992-93 Michigan State 15-13 .535 1993-94 Michigan State 20-12 .625 1994-95 Michigan State 22-6 .785 1995-96 Michigan State 16-16 .500 1996-97 Toledo 13-16 .448 1997-98 Northwestern 10-17 .370 1998-99 Northwestern 15-14 .517 1999-00 Michigan State 32-7 .820 2000-01 Michigan State 28-5 .848 2001-02 Michigan State 19-12 .612 2002-03 Michigan State 22-13 .628 Totals 253-150 .628

GREGORY WAS NAMED THE 2005 ATLANTIC 10 COACH OF THE YEAR BY CBSSPORTSLINE.COM.

Conference Pct. Finish Postseason 11-7 .611 T-3rd NCAA Second Round 11-7 .611 T-3rd NCAA Second Round 7-11 .388 T-8th NIT First Round 10-8 .555 T-4th NCAA Second Round 14-4 .777 2nd NCAA First Round 9-9 .500 7th NIT Runner Up 6-12 .481 T-8th 3-13 .384 T-9th 6-10 .375 T-9th NIT First Round 13-3 .812 T-1st NCAA Natl. Champions 13-3 .812 1st NCAA Final Four 10-6 .625 5th NCAA First Round 10-6 .625 T-3rd NCAA Regional Finals 123-99 .554

Before transferring to Oakland, Gregory spent one year at the United States Naval Academy, and was a teammate of David Robinson on Navy’s 1985-86 team that advanced to the NCAA Elite Eight (note: That was not the Navy team that played in the NCAA tournament in UD Arena. Navy beat LSU and lost to Maryland in the second round in 1985 at UD Arena.). He also holds a master’s degree in athletic administration from Michigan State (`92). Not content to be a prominent member of the University of Dayton community impacting the lives of the student-athletes on his team, Gregory has become very involved in the Dayton community since coming to the Miami Valley in 2003. He is the spokesperson for National City’s “Real Men Wear Pink” breast cancer prevention and care program. He was also the honorary chair of the United Way’s 2007 pledge campaign. Gregory and his wife Yvette are most heavily involved in a local chapter of “Secret Smiles,” a charity that delivers beds and bedding to children of families who cannot provide for them. Not only do the Gregorys lend their time and support to the charity (an auction in 2009 raised $18,000 in one night), the coach also helps deliver the beds. “It’s one of my favorite things to do,” Gregory says. “I pull my UD ball cap down low, and I’m just a guy delivering a bed.” Brian and Yvette have two daughters -- Isabella, and Elyse.

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WIFE - YVETTE / CHILDREN - ISABELLA (9) AND ELYSE (5)

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OAKLAND UNIVERSITY ‘90 MICHIGAN STATE ‘92 - MASTER’S

PLAYING CAREER: OAKLAND UNIVERSITY (1986-90) • THREE-TIME ALL-CONFERENCE SELECTION • ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICA (1990) • U.S. NAVAL ACADEMY (1985-86) • NCAA ELITE EIGHT (1986) COACHING CAREER: • Assistant Coach, Michigan State (1990-96) • NCAA Tournament (‘91, ‘92, ‘94, ‘95) Assistant Coach, Toledo (1996-97) Assistant Coach, Northwestern (1997-99) • NIT (1999) Assistant Coach, Michigan State (1999-00) • NCAA National Champions (2000) Associate Head Coach, Michigan State (2000-03) • NCAA Tournament (2001, 2002, 2003) Head Coach, Dayton (2003- PRESENT) • NCAA Tournament (2004, 2009) • 2005 A-10 Coach of the Year (CBSsportsline.com)

WHAT’S BEING SAID ABOUT BRIAN GREGORY>

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“Brian Gregory is a rising star in the coaching business, and he has been the perfect fit at Dayton. Flyer fans know the game, and they know they have a winner in Brian. Under his leadership, Dayton is building a culture of winning, and winning the right way. I love watching Brian’s Flyer teams play. They play the right way, and they play for the team above the individual. Brian Gregory is a winner in every sense of the word.” – Jay Bilas, ESPN Basketball Analyst ``Brian Gregory is one of the elite young coaches in the country. Most are well-aware of his relentless work ethic, but what is overlooked is his ability to relate to his players. He’s done a terrific job in his tenure at Dayton recruiting and developing players and also getting the program to a level where they can compete for an NCAA tournament berth every year.” - Jeff Goodman, FOXSports.com Senior College Basketball Writer “Dayton’s got itself a different dude in Brian Gregory. He’s loyal enough to turn down so-called “bigger” jobs to stay at Dayton ... optimistic enough to believe he can turn that small, private Catholic school into a national powerhouse ... and good enough to do it.” – Gregg Doyel, CBSSportsLine.com National Columnist “Brian Gregory and Dayton are a perfect fit. He is a bright, energetic, hard-working coach who has proven he can recruit well enough to keep the Flyers as a top 25-caliber team. UD is the team to beat in the Atlantic 10 this season, and they will be one of the best teams in the country.” --Seth Davis, Sports Illustrated & CBS College Basketball Analyst “The simple truth is that Brian is getting good players to play for Dayton and encouraging them to play hard. That’s really the essence of college coaching, and he is doing a great job. Brian’s a terrific teacher, also. I watched him in practice and was impressed by how he communicated with his players. He has a bright, long future as a coach.” – Mike DeCourcy, Sporting News Senior Writer “Brian Gregory seems to be a hand-in-glove fit at Dayton. His coaching style, concern for the student-athlete, energy, and personality equals continued success on-and-off the court. He’s doing an excellent job in every way at UD.” – Clark Kellogg, CBS Sports College Basketball Analyst “Brian Gregory is one of the top young coaches in college basketball and a terrific ambassador for the University of Dayton. His Flyer teams play with energy, enthusiasm and intelligence and reflect the kind of coach and person he is.” -- Fran Fraschilla, ESPN College Basketball Analyst

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“Brian Gregory is one of the hardest working assistants I’ve ever known and has a tremendous ability to do all the things a head coach needs to do. He’s a great young coach and a great young guy.” – Retired Michigan State Coach Jud Heathcote


“Brian’s doing a heck of a job. The way he has taken over the area and gotten the local talent, that’s hard to do. Brian has just taken it over. There are players who have gotten away at other times, but they’re not getting away from him.” --Former Flyer coach and UD Hall of Famer Don Donoher ”Brian proved himself in his time here to be everything you need in a head coach. He‘s a great recruiter, but he is also a great game coach. I don’t think you get that kind of mix very often. The job he did here was second to none.” – Michigan State Head Coach Tom Izzo “Gregory, a former Michigan State assistant under Tom Izzo, has done a super job with the Flyers. He led Dayton to the NCAA tournament last season and his squad has the potential to return to the big dance next season, led by forward Chris Wright.” – Dick Vitale, ESPN.com, May 8, 2009 ”He’s going to be a star. He’s a special guy and I know he’ll be successful both on and off the court. And he’ll be someone that the Dayton community will be proud of on and off the court. He has that rare blend. He can get along with people of all ages and make people feel better about themselves. He’ll do a great job, no doubt.” – Former NBA Coach Kevin O’Neill “It’s difficult to build a consistently successful program outside of a power conference, but you get the sense Brian is on the verge of doing it. He landed Chris Wright, and now he’s backed that with a strong group from the Class of 2010. Simply put, it seems Brian is going to be able to recruit above the normal level of the A-10, and that’s the key to maintaining national relevancy.” --Gary Parrish, CBSSports.com College Basketball Columnist “They are a team that drives it hard. Dayton does as good of a job as anybody we played this year of putting the ball down and putting pressure on you defensively. Brian has done a great job with this program.” – Bill Self, Kansas Head Coach “Dayton coach Brian Gregory… has players who understand his system and are winners.” – Andy Katz, ESPN.com

“Some college coaches like to sweet-talk their recruits but not Brian Gregory. Chris Wright said that when he first met him, the very first thing that he ever told him, ‘You’re not that good, but if you work at it you can become the player you want to be.’ You can never underestimate the value of honesty, and there is an honest man (Brian Gregory) who told the young man not what he thought he wanted to hear, but told him what he needed to hear, and Chris Wright came to Dayton.” – ESPN Analyst Mark Adams “You have to go back to his days at Michigan State where he learned from one of the masters of the whole thing–Tom Izzo. Brian will bring to Dayton an assistant coach’s work ethic and the mentality of ‘get it done.’ I know he is working just as hard as his assistants, and by working that hard as their leader, he’s making them better coaches. Dean Smith said the most important thing he could do for his team was hire the best assistant coaches he could get. Brian has put together a heckuva staff, and that speaks volumes about him and his plan. He turned down a bunch of jobs, and waited and waited for the right one.” – Dave Telep, TheInsiders.com “Over the last few years, the University of Dayton has been building a strong program. They have the foundation in place to make a great run in the NCAA Tournament. I’ve had an opportunity to watch Coach Gregory run practices and coach several games in the last couple of years. He recruits good kids; they graduate; and they improve every year. Everyone enjoys being a part of his team and that success is seen on the court.” --Hubert Davis, ESPN Analyst “What I saw this summer was that the work ethic of the Michigan State line of coaches continued when Brian Gregory came to Dayton. Brian and his coaches are a hard-working staff, with the diligence and ability to convince people that the program is not just going to stay where it is, but go even higher. But you also have to have an eye for it. You have to see the development in a player down the road. Brian’s got that.” – Van Coleman, HoopMasters.COM “There’s something about him that you don’t want to let him down.” -Senior forward Chris Wright in the Blue Ribbon College Basketball Yearbook

“Brian’s done a great job with them. You know, I think the one thing that really stands out is how hard they work. They are a terrific offensive rebounding team because they work so hard at it, and they don’t run in transition, they sprint. If you watch them, they just get out and they get in lanes and sprint.” – Bob Huggins, West Virginia Head Coach

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Q & A WITH COACH GREGORY Chris Wright is one of a handful of players on the Wooden Preseason Top 50 list for the second time and he had a great summer working with USA Basketball’s Select TeamTalk about him and what he means to your program. BG: Chris Wright’s impact on our program began the day he committed to us. I really believe it will continue for a long time once his career is over. Obviously Chris is a very talented player with many gifts that make him one of the country’s best. But his impact on this program goes far beyond basketball and the talents that he brings to the court. Chris is one of our hardest workers. He is not afraid of facing his weaknesses as a player. We tell our guys that great players see what they don’t want to see, hear what they don’t want to hear and do what they don’t want to do. Chris is one of those players. He has worked extremely hard on his continual development as a player and has done so while always putting the team first. In just two short years he has solidified the idea that every dream, goal, and objective that a young man has as a college athlete can be accomplished here at the University of Dayton. A strength of recent UD basketball teams have been depth and versatility within the roster. Will that continue to be a trademark of the Dayton program? BG: I think our guys enjoy the way we play and the fact that we challenge each and every one of them to continue to improve all of their skills. I believe one of the unique traits of our program is the freedom that we allow our players in terms of their individual development. As each player increases their skill set they are able to utilize this versatility in our aggressive defensive style of play and with our up- tempo energized offense. We try to recruit players that are not one dimensional and I believe our system fits in well with players that are capable of impacting the game in many different ways.

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Your entire team was together on campus for almost two months this summer again this year. What does that do for team-building? BG: Letting incoming freshmen attend summer school is the best rule that the NCAA has ever come up with. It gives our guys six weeks of academics, six weeks to understand our academic system. That puts them in a position, once the fall semester starts, to have already experienced what being a college student is like. There are able to get a feel for our study hall, our tutoring and, the time-management that is so important. And they are able to do that without the pressure of fall semester starting and practice right around the corner. In my five years, we have been able to graduate every senior in four years. Summer school is a big part of that. Summer school in their freshman year gets all of our guys started in the right direction. Please talk about how the Atlantic 10 Conference will be this season. BG: There are not bad losses in the league…there are only good wins. It is all how people perceive it. We are starting to get the national attention that this conference deserves. We took a big step forward last year. We need to duplicate it again. When you were introduced as UD’s coach, you talked of winning championships. You’ve been an integral part of a national title, and you won the first championship you played for here at Dayton (the 2003 EA Sports Maui Invitational) and last year the Flyers won the NIT. What does it take to build a championship program? BG: There is no doubt that the most important part of building a championship program is the players. You must bring in talented players who are high-quality people. Then you must create an atmosphere of commitment and belief in each other and the system. Everyone in the program must be energetic, enthusiastic, and passionate about their role in the program’s success. I truly believe that we are building just that type of program here at the University of Dayton.


Assistant coaches are almost the offensive linemen of college basketball. They have to be exceptional to be recognized. Billy Schmidt had two honors during the off-season – being named associate head coach here at UD and getting recognized as the top assistant in the Atlantic 10 in a vote of the league’s coaches. Talk about him. BG: Billy has been with me since day one. I couldn’t ask for a better assistant in terms of passion, knowledge and the ability to be really good at every aspect of coaching. He is a great and tireless recruiter, and a tremendous x and o’s guy. He can really relate our basketball themes and systems to the players, both in individual coaching sessions and on the court during practice. He is just a guy that has been so important to the building of this program. He has done an unbelievable job, and deserves a lot of the credit for our success. Talk about the rest of your coaching staff. BG: Cornell really made a positive impact during his first year. I have known him for a long time and he has always been a part of successful programs. He is a relentless recruiter that has really made his mark as a young coach in terms of working with the perimeter players and getting guys to be able to continue to improve and reach their full potential. Individual improvement is so important to us and having a guy like Cornell who not only can recruit talented players but then can help those players get better once they’re here is very important for our continued success. JB is really making a good name for himself in this profession. He is a basketball guy who was a hard-nosed player and he has brought that same type of intensity to every aspect of coaching. He is a guy who really believes in this program and really believes what this program stands for. He sells that in the recruiting and in his coaching every day. The most important thing for me in terms of my staff is that they are passionate about teaching. They do inspire guys to get better and improve. The technical things are important but without that drive it is only going to go so far with the players. Talk about your coaching mentors – Tom Izzo, Jud Heathcote and Kevin O’Neill. BG: The greatest thing that Coach Izzo instilled in me is that you can teach toughness. You can create a competitive team through encouragement and support. Jud Heathcote, the Hall of Fame coach, taught me the importance of player development. He understood it was important to bring in great players but it was even more important to make them better. Kevin O’Neill taught me that for a program to be successful the players must trust and believe in the coaching staff. Every day you must show the players that they can count on you in every area of their life.

Talk about the relationship between the Flyers and the “Flyer Faithful.” BG: One of the great things about our program is the support that we get from the Flyer Faithful. Our guys really thrive off of that and are energized by that. I also think that our great fans enjoy the energy and the attitude that our guys play with. This is a town that is not afraid to roll up its sleeves. It’s a town that is built on a sense of community, a sense of unselfishness, and a great sense of pride. It is our goal for our program to emulate those character traits of this great town. You want guys that want to be at a place where basketball is important. There is no question that basketball is important here and there is no question that the excitement that the fans bring makes this a unique and special situation for our players. Our guys understand that and feel honored to be supported by the nation’s best fans. What does it mean to be the head coach at the University of Dayton to you? BG: Each year it becomes more of an honor. You learn more about the program and more about the people that have been a part of it. I’ve spent more time with coach Donoher and you really start to appreciate the type of men that shaped this program. To be a part of that is humbling. In Dr. Curran and Tim Wabler we have outstanding leadership. We have tremendous facilities, prestigious academics, and the most passionate fans and supporters that I have ever seen. We have a proud tradition and I believe every day we are building a bright future. Every day I go into work in a facility named after our great coach - Don Donoher. I coach every day on the court named after our legendary coach - Tom Blackburn. I believe every day, we are building on our tradition, a tremendous tradition, but we are also keeping our eyes on what I believe is an exciting future. Those two men set the standard very high. Not just with their success on the court, but with the academic excellence of their players, and the impact their future players made as leaders in the community. I feel very blessed to be in charge of such a special program.

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BILLY SCHMIDT Billy Schmidt enters his eighth season at the University of Dayton with the same drive and work ethic he had when he came to UD in 2003, but with a new title and public recognition from his peers. Just before the season began, Schmidt was named Associate Head Coach of the Dayton men’s basketball program. “On paper, this looks like a well-deserved promotion,” Gregory said when making the announcement. “In reality, it’s more than just that. It’s a reflection of what Billy means to our program. The impact he makes in our program on a daily basis – in recruiting, coaching on the floor, game preparation and overseeing our academics – cannot be overstated. If anything, this is probably long overdue.” Earlier in the fall, Schmidt was voted the Atlantic 10’s top assistant coach in a poll of league coaches. The voting was conducted by FoxSports.com senior college basketball writer Jeff Goodman earlier this month. Adding Schmidt to the Flyer coaching staff was Gregory’s first move after being name Dayton’s coach in 2003. Schmidt is involved with all aspects of the Flyer men’s basketball program, assisting with scouting, recruting and player development. Schmidt came to Dayton after nine seasons coaching in the SEC, The Big East, and the Big Ten. Schmidt had been on Tommy Amaker’s staff for three years from 2000 to 2003, beginning with Amaker at Seton Hall in 2000 before moving to Michigan with him.

ASSOCIATE HEAD COACH EIGHTH SEASON AT UD AGE > 40 BIRTHDATE > February 7, 1970 HOMETOWN > Stamford, CT ALMA MATER > Wake Forest

University ‘92 COACHING CAREER

ASSISTANT COACH OAK HILL ACADEMY (VA.) (199294) NATIONAL CHAMPIONS (1993, 1994) ASSISTANT COACH TENNESSEE (1994-97) ASSISTANT COACH NORTHWESTERN (1997-00) ASSISTANT COACH SETON HALL (2000-01) ASSISTANT COACH MICHIGAN (2001-03) ASSISTANT COACH DAYTON (2003-PRESENT)

Prior to Seton Hall, Schmidt was an assistant coach for three years (1997-2000) at Northwestern University under former Toronto Raptors head coach Kevin O’Neill. During his first two years at Northwestern, Schmidt began his working relationship and friendship with Brian Gregory. Schmidt also worked with O’Neill from 1994 to 1997 at the University of Tennessee. He joined the Volunteer staff as an administrative assistant in 1994 and was promoted to an assistant coach in 1996. “Billy’s work-ethic is why he was a must-hire for me,” said Gregory. “His rapport with the players makes him an excellent coach and recruiter. His knowledge and ability to teach are critical to our success.” Rivals.com also recognized the traits that Gregory sees in Schmidt in 2008. The college-athletic-oriented website named Schmidt one of the Top 25 recruiters in the country. Schmidt was joined on the list by coaches from the ACC, the Big 12, the Big East, the Pac-10, and the SEC. In the spring of 2009, Schmidt was named a recipient of the “Rising Star” Award, which is part of BasketballScoop Coach Of the Year. The program honors basketball assistant coaches who are regarded as the best in the business by their peers. The native of Stamford, Connecticut began his coaching career in the high school ranks, serving as an assistant coach to Steve Smith at Oak Hill Academy in Mouth of Wilson, Virginia, for two years (1992-94). During his tenure, Oak Hill won back-to-back national championships. Schmidt graduated with honors from Wake Forest University in 1992 with a Bachelor of Science degree in secondary education. While at Wake Forest, Schmidt was a manager and coaches’ aide for the Demon Deacons program for four years (1988-92).

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He has a Master’s Degree in Sport Management from the University of Tennessee.

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CORNELL MANN Cornell Mann begins his third season on the Dayton Flyer staff. Mann is an important part to the continual success of the program. In Mann’s first season (2008-09), Dayton was a nationally-ranked, Top 25 Team. The Flyers finished 27-8, which marks the second most victories in the program’s history. Dayton also advanced to the Second Round of the NCAA Tournament highlighed by a victory over West Virginia. Prior to Dayton Mann spent the previous five seasons as an assistant at Western Michigan, where he helped the Broncos win three Mid-American Conference West Division championships. With Mann on the staff, WMU experienced some of the most sustained success in school history with five-straight top-two finishes in the MAC West, including division titles in 2004, 2005 and 2008. Mann was also part of two post-season teams at Western in 2004 (NCAA) and 2005 (NIT), and had five of his players named All-MAC guards. Before joining Steve Hawkins’ staff at Western Michigan, Mann spent two seasons at Central Michigan, highlighted by a MAC Tournament title and NCAA Tournament appearance in 200203. CMU defeated Creighton in the NCAA first round before falling to Duke. Prior to his arrival at CMU, Mann spent two seasons as the head coach at Oak Park High School near Detroit. During the same time he was also an assistant coach with the Michigan Mustangs (17-and-under) AAU team. Mann’s collegiate experience also includes assistant coaching stops at Colby Community College in Colby, Kansas (1998-99), and Elmira College in Elmira, N.Y. (1997-98). He served as interim head coach in his only season at Colby. The Royal Oak Township, Michigan native was an all-state performer at Ferndale High School, where he earned league MVP accolades and a nomination to the McDonald’s High School AllAmerica Team. He signed with the University of Colorado upon graduation and was a member of CU’s 1991 Postseason NIT Final Four squad. Mann then transferred to Akron for his final three seasons.

ASSISTANT COACH THIRD SEASON AT UD AGE > 39 BIRTHDATE > October 5, 1971 HOMETOWN > Royal Oak Township, ALMA MATER > Akron ‘95

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COACHING CAREER ASSISTANT COACH ELMIRA COLLEGE (1997-1998) INTERIM HEAD COACH COLBY (KS) COMMUNITY COLLEGE (1998-1999) HEAD COACH OAK PARK (MI) HIGH SCHOOL (19992001) ASSISTANT COACH CENTRAL MICHIGAN (2001-2003) 2003 MAC CHAMPIONS ASSISTANT COACH WESTERN MICHIGAN (2003-2008) THREE-TIME MAC WEST CHAMPIONS

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JON BOROVICH Jon Borovich begins his fourth consecutive season and sixth overall on coach Brian Gregory’s staff at the University of Dayton. A native of Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, Borovich, is involved with all aspects of the Flyer men’s basketball program, assisting with scouting, recruiting and player development. Since joining the staff, Borovich has helped the Flyers to back-to-back Top 25 rankings and a Top 25 recruiting class. In 2007-08, the Flyers vaulted out to a 14-1 record and a No. 14 ranking in the Associated Press poll of January 14, the highest ranking for a Dayton team in 40 years. In 2008-09, Dayton was once again a Top 25 Team and advanced to the Second Round of the NCAA Tournament. Borovich was with the Flyers for the first two seasons of Gregory’s tenure serving as UD’s Director of Basketball Operations. During Borovich’s time on the Dayton staff, UD was 42-20, won the 2003 Maui Invitational and made an appearance in the 2004 NCAA tournament. In between his Dayton stints, Borovich served as an assistant coach for at Oakland University. After appearing in the 2005 NCAA Opening Round Game in Dayton, the Grizzlies were 11-18 in 2005-06 and 19-14 in 2006-07. The 19 wins were the most by Oakland since the school went Division I in 1997.

ASSISTANT COACH SIXTH SEASON AT UD AGE > 31 BIRTHDATE > January 19, 1979 HOMETOWN > Bloomfield Hills, MI ALMA MATER > Central Michigan ‘01

Before coming to Dayton as the Director of Basketball Operations, Borovich served as a graduate assistant on the staff at Michigan State where he assisted the Spartan’s program in video analysis while completing his Master’s Degree in Athletics Administration. Borovich earned a bachelor’s degree in Sports Studies in 2001 from Central Michigan University, with a double minor in Psychology and Coaching. He was the captain of the Chippewas’ basketball team as a junior and senior, and helped lead the team to the 2001 Mid-American Conference Championship. He also was named to the MAC All-Academic team as a senior.

PLAYING CAREER CENTRAL MICHIGAN (1997-2001)

COACHING CAREER GRADUATE ASSISTANT MICHIGAN STATE (2002) DIRECTOR OF BASKETBALL OPERATIONS, DAYTON (2003-2005) ASSISTANT BASKETBALL COACH, OAKLAND (2005-2007) NCAA OPENING ROUND, ‘05 ASSISTANT BASKETBALL COACH, DAYTON (2007-PRESENT)

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MATT FARRELL Matt Farrell is in his fifth season under coach Brian Gregory and fourth season as the Director of Basketball Operations for the University of Dayton. Farrell’s responsibilities include the coordination of team travel, overseeing all aspects of the Brian Gregory Basketball Camps, acting as the liaison to compliance and academics as well as all other day-to-day program operations. “I like the fact that Matt has dedicated himself to working through the ranks and dedicated himself to the profession,” said Gregory. “I believe he is an excellent and up-and-coming young coach who will do a tremendous job for us in the operations position.” In 2007-08, the Flyers vaulted out to a 14-1 record and a No. 14 ranking in the Associated Press poll of January 14, the highest ranking for a Dayton team in 40 years. The Flyers finished the season 23-11 and advanced to the quarterfinals of the NIT. In 2008-09, Dayton was once again a Top 25 Team. The Flyers finished 27-8, which marks the second most victories in the program’s history. Dayton also advanced to the Second Round of the NCAA Tournament highlighted by a victory over West Virginia. In 2009-10, Dayton was a Top 25 Team for the third consecutive season. The Flyers 2009-10 campaign was highlighted by the NIT Championship and a 25-12 record. In Farrell’s first four seasons on staff, the Flyers 94 wins marks the most in any four-year period in the program’s tradition-rich history. Prior to being promoted to Director of Basketball Operations in August 2007, Farrell was a Graduate Assistant with the Dayton men’s basketball program during the 2006-07 season. Farrell graduated from the University of Dayton with honors and holds a Bachelor’s degree in Finance and Business Economics and a Master’s in Business Administration. While earning his degree at the undergraduate level and maintaining his status in the University of Dayton Scholar Program, he served as an assistant basketball coach at Carroll High School and coached AAU basketball for several organizations, including the Dayton Salvation Army and Indiana Elite. A 27-year old, native of Dayton, OH, Farrell and his fiancé, Kristine Gilliam, are set to be married in July 2011.

DIRECTOR OF BASKETBALL OPERATIONS FIFTH SEASON AT UD AGE > 27 BIRTHDATE > May 17, 1983 HOMETOWN > Dayton, OH

COACHING CAREER GRADUATE ASSISTANT DAYTON (2006-2007) DIRECTOR OF BASKETBALL OPERATIONS DAYTON (2007-PRESENT)

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MIKE BEWLEY Since 2005 Mike Bewley has served as the Flyers’ sports nutritionist and strength & conditioning coach for men’s and women’s basketball. His duties include the design and implementation of athletic performance programs, supervising team and individual training sessions and testing strength/power/conditioning of athletes. In Bewley’s previous three seasons the Flyers have made significant gains in strength training, cardiovascular endurance, speed training, flexibility and agility improvement, and nutritional consultation.

BASKETBALL STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING COACH

Bewley also serves as the strength and conditioning coach to the Flyers men’s and women’s golf programs.

Prior to Dayton, Bewley served as the assistant strength and conditioning coach for Georgia Southern University. Bewley developed and implemented conditioning programs for basketball, baseball, soccer, and volleyball, and assisted with Georgia Southern’s 11 other sporting programs. Bewley graduated from Eastern Kentucky University in 1998 with a major in Physical Education. He then moved to the University of Nevada in Reno, Nevada, where he was a graduate assistant strength and conditioning coach and the school’s sport nutritionist. He earned his Master’s in Education Leadership from Nevada in 2002. The native of Louisville, Ky. is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist, a USA Weightlifting Level I Olympic Club Coach and a Certified Sports Performance Nutritionist.

NATE SEYMOUR Nate Seymour began at the University of Dayton in August 1999 and has been Manager of Sports Medicine since April 2008. Prior to that Seymour served as the Associate Head Athletic Trainer. He has been the Men’s Basketball Trainer since the 2004-05 season. A former letterwinner in wrestling at Dayton, Seymour received his Bachelor’s of Arts degree in Psychology in 1994 and his Master of Arts degree in Sports Medicine from Western Michigan University in 1999.

MANAGER OF SPORTS MEDICINE

He has been a NATABOC certified Athletic trainer since 1997 and a member of the National Athletic Trainers Association. He is also a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist with the National

TEAM MANAGERS Cameron Braig, Jessica Kitzmiller, Jimmy Hark, Scott Martin, Braden Short, Jason Herberger, Michael Shuey, Julie Adams, Emmett Murphy, Anna Conrad, Chris Higbie.

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Strength and Conditioning Association since 2003. He maintains two state licensures in both Ohio and Pennsylvania. Seymour resides in Centerville with his wife Heidi, their two daughters Lauren and Layna, and son Lucas.


BETH FLACH Beth Flach was added to the University of Dayton staff as an Athletic Academic Coordinator on July 19, 2006. Flach came to Dayton from Indiana State University where she served as the Assistant Athletics Academic Coordinator for five years. Flach serves as the Academic Coordinator for the Flyers men’s and women’s basketball teams while assisting with the academic needs of all UD studentathletes.

ACADEMIC COORDINATOR

Flach has been a member of the National Association of Academic Advisors for Athletics since 2001 and was a committee chair for two years beginning in 2004. She has also active with Big Brothers/Big Sisters for the past five years.

At Indiana State, Flach monitored the academic progress of over 300 student athletes from 15 athletic teams. She was also responsible for coordinating a mentoring program for freshmen, transfers and academically at-risk student-athletes as well as organizing all aspects of the school’s academic enrichment program. Prior to this role, Flach also served as an Academic Advising Intern where she taught a first year experience course and mentored student athletes from various athletic teams. Flach also spent time at Central Michigan University from 1999-2000 where she worked in the Athletic Academic Center and as a Graduate Student Administrative Assistant. Flach graduated in 1998 with a Bachelor of Arts in Criminology from Capital University where she also played volleyball for three seasons. The Crusaders were Ohio Athletic Conference Champions during her junior season and she was a team captain as a senior.

STACY SCHRETZMAN

ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT

Stacy Lea Schretzman is in her third year as the men’s basketball administrative assistant. She comes to Dayton with coaching and playing experience, along with close ties to the U.S. Army.

II All-American, while leading her squad to the Division II National Championship game. They also reached the Final Four in 1989. Schretzman was inducted into the Bentley College Hall of Fame in 1999.

She was a highly-coveted basketball recruit in high school after being named to the 1985 All-Ohio team. She was offered full scholarships to Xavier and Ball State, but chose to attend the United States Military Academy, West Point, where she lettered her freshman year.

Schretzman has spent the last seventeen years coaching high school and AAU basketball, while traveling around the world as an army spouse. She is married to the University of Dayton’s Army ROTC Commander, LTC Chuck Schretzman and they have three kids: Zack, Olivia, and Chloe.

After nearly two years at West Point, Schretzman attended Bentley College in Waltham, MA. In 1990, she was named the Northeast 10 Player of the Year and an American Women’s Sports Federation Division

Schretzman received her B.S. in Business Communications from Bentley in 1990, and is currently working toward her MBA. The Schretzman family resides in Springboro, Ohio.

DOUG HAUSCHILD Although Doug Hauschild was the head fast-pitch softball coach at the University of Dayton from 1981 to 1983 and still holds the school record for career winning percentage, Doug has made his mark by recording history instead of making it. As the Director of Media Relations for the UD Division of Athletics, he serves as primary sports contact for the football and men’s basketball programs, as well as coordinator for the UD Athletics Hall of Fame.

DIRECTOR OF MEDIA RELATIONS

He has worked on the CoSIDA Academic All-America Committee since June 1993, but has truly made his mark as a game day host. Hauschild has served as the Media Coordinator for 65 NCAA Men’s and Women’s Basketball Tournament games at UD Arena since taking over as SID in 1982.

Hauschild was part of a tournament hosting team at Dayton that made NCAA men’s basketball history in March 2001 by hosting 10 postseason games in eight days at UD Arena, a feat never-before done in college basketball. Other venues have hosted NCAA and NIT in the same year, but no venue or school had ever done so simultaneously. UD was host to nine NCAA teams between the Opening, First and Second Rounds as well as three games of the National Invitational Tournament. Hauschild was honored at the 2009 CoSIDA Convention by being named that year’s Bob Kenworthy Award winner for his service in the community. More than 35 former student workers in the Dayton Sports Information Office have gone on to careers at the college and professional levels. Hauschild lives in Beavercreek with his wife Patty. They met while working in the UD athletic department as students. They have three children – Kimberly (25), Rob (22) and Michael (20). Michael is junior pitcher on the Flyer baseball team.

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2010-11 UNIVERSITY OF DAYTON MEN'S BASKETBALL TEAM

Front Row From Left: Athletic Trainer Nate Seymour, Logan Nourse, Josh Parker, Chris Johnson, Chris Wright, Head Coach Brian Gregory, Devin Searcy, Paul Williams, Juwan Staten, Brian Vonderhaar, Strength & Conditioning Coach Mike Bewley Back Row From Left: Director of Basketball Operations Matt Farrell, Assistant Coach Jon Borovich, Kevin Dillard, Ralph Hill, Peter Zestermann, Josh Benson, Matt Kavanaugh, Luke Fabrizius, Devin Oliver, Brandon Spearman, Assistant Coach Cornell Mann, Assistant Coach Billy Schmidt

NUMERICAL ROSTER No.

Name

Year

Pos

Ht

Weight

Hometown (High School)

3 4 5 12 21 22 23 25 32 33 34 35 40 44 50 52 - -

Juwan Staten Chris Johnson Devin Oliver Josh Parker Brian Vonderhaar Paul Williams Luke Fabrizius Logan Nourse Brandon Spearman Chris Wright Devin Searcy Matt Kavanaugh Peter Zestermann Josh Benson Ralph Hill Mitch Asmus Kevin Dillard

FR JR FR RS JR SO JR JR SR FR SR SR SO SR RS SR FR FR RS SO

G F F G G G F G G F F/C F/C F/C F/C F F G

6- 0 6-6 6-7 6-0 6-0 6-4 6-9 6-1 6-3 6-8 6-10 6-9 6-8 6-9 6-6 6-5 6-0

189 lbs 201 lbs 200 lbs 186 lbs 170 lbs 212 lbs 228 lbs 178 lbs 194 lbs 226 lbs 226 lbs 250 lbs 219 lbs 223 lbs 210 lbs 195 lbs 170 lbs

Dayton, OH (Oak Hill Academy) Columbus, OH (Brookhaven) Kalamazoo, MI (Kalamazoo Central) Harvey, IL (Thornton) Cin, OH (Moeller) Detroit, MI (Renaissance) Arlington Heights, IL (Hersey) Spencerville, OH (Spencerville) Chicago, IL (Simeon) Trotwood, OH (Trotwood-Madison) Romulus, MI (Romulus SR) Centerville, OH (Centerville) Cincinnati, OH (St. Xavier) Dayton, OH (Dunbar) Westerville, OH (Westerville North) Okemos, MI (Okemos) Homewood, IL (Homewood-Flossmoor)

COACHES

Brian Gregory - Head Coach Billy Schmidt - Associate Head Coach

Jon Borovich - Assistant Coach Cornell Mann - Assistant Coach

Matt Farrell - Director of Basketball Operations Mike Bewley - Strength & Conditioning Coach

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Name

Year

Pos

Ht

Weight

Hometown (High School)

52 44 -- 23 50 4 35 25 5 12 34 32 3 21 22 33 40

Mitch Asmus Josh Benson Kevin Dillard Luke Fabrizius Ralph Hill Chris Johnson Matt Kavanaugh Logan Nourse Devin Oliver Josh Parker Devin Searcy Brandon Spearman Juwan Staten Brian Vonderhaar Paul Williams Chris Wright Peter Zestermann

FR RS SO RS SO JR FR JR SO SR FR RS JR SR FR FR SO JR SR SR

F F/C G F F F F/C G F G F/C G G G G F F/C

6-5 6-9 6-0 6-9 6-6 6-6 6-9 6-1 6-7 6-0 6-10 6-3 6- 0 6-0 6-4 6-8 6-8

195 lbs 223 lbs 170 lbs 228 lbs 210 lbs 201 lbs 250 lbs 178 lbs 200 lbs 186 lbs 226 lbs 194 lbs 189 lbs 170 lbs 212 lbs 226 lbs 219 lbs

Okemos, MI (Okemos) Dayton, OH (Dunbar) Homewood, IL (Homewood-Flossmoor) Arlington Heights, IL (Hersey) Westerville, OH (Westerville North) Columbus, OH (Brookhaven) Centerville, OH (Centerville) Spencerville, OH (Spencerville) Kalamazoo, MI (Kalamazoo Central) Harvey, IL (Thornton) Romulus, MI (Romulus SR) Chicago, IL (Simeon) Dayton, OH (Oak Hill Academy) Cincinnati, OH (Moeller) Detroit, MI (Renaissance) Trotwood, OH (Trotwood-Madison) Cincinnati, OH (St. Xavier)

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ROSTER BREAKDOWN BY CLASS

Senior No. Name 25 Logan Nourse 34 Devin Searcy 33 Chris Wright 40 Peter Zestermann

Ht. 6-4 6-10 6-8 6-8

Wt. 178 226 226 219

Pos. G F/C F F/C

Yr. SR SR SR SR

Junior No. Name 23 Luke Fabrizius 4 Chris Johnson 12 Josh Parker 22 Paul Williams

Ht. 6-9 6-6 6-0 6-4

Wt. 228 201 186 212

Pos. F F G G

Yr. JR JR RS JR JR

Sophomore No. Name 44 Josh Benson 35 Matt Kavanaugh - - Kevin Dillard 21 Brian Vonderhaar

Ht. 6-9 6-9 6-0 6-0

Wt. 223 250 170 170

Pos. F/C F/C G G

Yr. RS SO SO RS SO SO

Freshman No. Name 52 Mitch Asmus 50 Ralph Hill 5 Devin Oliver 32 Brandon Spearman

6-10 No. Name 34 Devin Searcy

Ht. 6-5 6-6 6-7 6-3

Wt. 195 210 200 194

Pos. F F F G

Yr. FR FR FR FR

Ohio No. 21 44 50 4 35 25 3 33 40

BY STATE Name Brian Vonderhaar Josh Benson Ralph Hill Chris Johnson Matt Kavanaugh Logan Nourse Juwan Staten Chris Wright Peter Zestermann

Michigan No. Name 5 Devin Oliver 34 Devin Searcy 22 Paul Williams 52

Mitch Asmus

Illinois No. Name 23 Luke Fabrizius 12 Josh Parker 32 Brandon Spearman - - Kevin Dillard

Hometown/High School Cincinnati, OH / Moeller Dayton, OH/Dunbar Westerville, OH/Westerville North Columbus, OH/Brookhaven Centerville, OH/Centerville Spencerville, OH/Spencerville Dayton, OH/Oak Hill Academy Trotwood, OH/Trotwood-Madison Cincinnati, OH/St. Xavier Hometown/High School Kalamazoo, MI/Kalamazoo Central Romulus, MI/Romulus Senior Detroit, MI/Renaissance Okemos, MI/Okemos

Hometown/High School Arlington Heights, IL/Hersey Harvey, IL/Thornton Chicago, IL/Simeon Homewood, IL/Homewood-Flossmoor

BY HEIGHT Ht. 6-10

Wt. 226

Pos. F/C

Yr. SR

6-9 No. Name 23 Luke Fabrizius 35 Matt Kavanaugh 44 Josh Benson

Ht. 6-9 6-9 6-9

Wt. 228 250 223

Pos. F F/C F/C

Yr. JR SO RS SO

6-8 No. Name 33 Chris Wright 40 Peter Zestermann

Ht. 6-8 6-8

Wt. 226 219

Pos. F F/C

Yr. SR SR

6-7 No. Name 5 Devin Oliver

Ht. 6-7

Wt. 200

Pos. F

Yr. FR

6-6 No. Name 4 Chris Johnson 50 Ralph Hill

Ht. 6-6 6-6

Wt. 201 210

Pos. F F

Yr. JR FR

6-5 No. Name 52 Mitch Asmus

Ht. 6-5

Wt. 195

Pos. F

Yr. FR

6-4 No. Name 22 Paul Williams

Ht. 6-4

Wt. 212

Pos. G

Yr. JR

6-3 No. Name 32 Brandon Spearman

Ht. 6-3

Wt. 194

Pos. G

Yr. FR

6-1 No. Name 25 Logan Nourse

Ht. 6-1

Wt. 178

Pos. G

Yr. SR

6-0 No. Name 3 Juwan Staten 12 Josh Parker - - Kevin Dillard 21 Brian Vonderhaar

Ht. 6-0 6-0 6-0 6-0

Wt. 189 186 170 170

Pos. G G G G

Yr. FR RS JR RS SO SO

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3 Juwan Staten

4 Chris Johnson

5 Devin Oliver

12 Josh Parker

22 Paul Williams

FR • G • 6- 0 • 189 Dayton, OH Oak Hill Academy

JR • F • 6-6 • 201 Columbus, OH Brookhaven

FR • F • 6-7 • 200 Kalamazoo, MI Kalamazoo Central

RS JR • G • 6-0 • 186 Harvey, IL Thornton

JR • G • 6-4 • 212 Detroit, MI Renaissance

23 Luke Fabrizius

25 Logan Nourse

32 Brandon Spearman

33 Chris Wright

34 Devin Searcy

JR • F • 6-9 • 228 Arlington Heights, IL Hersey

SR • G • 6-1 • 178 Spencerville, OH Spencerville

FR • G • 6-3 • 194 Chicago, IL Simeon

SR • F • 6-8 • 226 Trotwood, OH Trotwood-Madison

SR • F/C • 6-10 • 226 Romulus, MI Romulus SR

35 Matt Kavanaugh

40 Peter Zestermann

44 Josh Benson

50 Ralph Hill

-- Kevin Dillard

SO • F/C • 6-9 • 250 Centerville, OH Centerville

SR • F/C • 6-8 • 219 Cincinnati, OH St. Xavier

RS SR • F/C • 6-9 • 223 Dayton, OH Dunbar

FR • F • 6-6 • 210 Westerville, OH Westerville North

RS SO • G • 6-0 • 170 Homewood, IL Homewood-Flossmoor

Head Coach Brian Gregory

Associate Head Coach Billy Schmidt

Assistant Coach Cornell Mann

Assistant Coach Jon Borovich

Dir. Basketball Ops.

Eighth Season At UD Oakland ‘90

Eighth Season At UD Wake Forest ‘92

Third Season At UD Akron ‘95

Sixth Season At UD Central Michigan ‘01

Fifth Season At UD Dayton ‘06

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chris wright Chris Wright is entering a senior season that will cap one of the most memorable careers in a Dayton uniform. Already 32nd in career scoring at UD with 1,127 points in just 87 games, he is also the school career record holder in dunks (133) and is fourth in blocked shots (111, 28 away from Sean Finn’s 139). Wright was a member of USA Basketball’s Men’s Select Team this summer and is a twotime member of the John Wooden Award Preseason Top 50 List. Wright is one of eight players on the 2010-11 list who was also included on last season’s Wooden Preseason Squad. Also repeating this season are Corey Fisher (Villanova), Jeremy Hazell (Seton Hall), Robbie Hummel (Purdue), Kalin Lucas (Michigan State), Kyle Singler (Duke), Isaiah Thomas (Washington) and Kemba Walker (Connecticut). A two-time NABC All-District selection, Dick Vitale named him a Third Team Preseason All-American heading into 2010-11. People who watch him play talk about the highlight-reel dunks, his elite athleticism and will to win. While great talent and tremendous physical gifts (including a 43-inch vertical leap) could make a player approach the game with a “me-first” attitude, Wright goes out of his way to approach everything he does “we-first.”

#33 CLASS: Senior POSITION: Foward HEIGHT: 6-8

CAREER STATS Year GP 2007-08 15 2008-09 35 2009-10 37 Career 87

GS 10 34 37 81

Min 309 915 1058 2282

FG 59 166 187 412

Att 98 347 373 818

Pct .602 .478 .501 .504

3Pt 1 11 8 20

Att 5 44 38 87

Points: 30, Charlotte (2/10/10) Rebounds: 14, Auburn (11/28/08)

HOMETOWN: Trotwood, OH High School: Trotwood-Madison

Assists: 5 Ole Miss (3/30/10) Steals: 3, Seven Times FGs Made: 12, at Saint Joseph’s (1/23/10) Blocks: 4, vs Xavier (3/12/10) A-10 Tournament FT Made: 10, Towson (11/28/09) Minutes: 41, at Saint Louis (2/13/10)

Full Name: Charles Christian Wright Nickname: Flyght, C-Dub Son of: Ernestine Grigsby Siblings: Willie (34), Demetrius (33), Mark (28), Charelle (24), Nicki (19), Nicholas (17), Bam (14) Birthday: September 30, 1988 Major: General Studies High School Coach: Ike Thornton, Larry Ham AAU Team: Queen City Prophets Career Goal: NBA Why I Chose UD: It’s home and it’s the best situation for my family and me

Att 46 179 185 410

Pct .804 .676 .676 .690

Reb 85 232 269 586

FLYER 33’s

Tom Frericks (1950-51), Don Miller (1951-52), Larry Pedicord (1952-54), Bob Jones (1958-59), Paul Winterhalter (1960-62), Bill Cassidy (1962-64), Dan Sadlier (1966-69), Pat Murnen (1969-72), Joe Fisher (1972-75), Mike Byrd (1979-83), Anthony Grant (1983-87), Ken Branch (1987-91), Chris Daniels (1991-96), Brooks Hall (1999-2003), Jimmy Binnie (2004-08)

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FT 37 121 125 283

Dayton career highs

WEIGHT: 224

PERSONAL DATA

Pct .200 .250 .211 .230

Avg 5.7 6.6 7.3 6.7

Ast 5 33 44 82

Blk 14 44 53 111

Stl 5 30 37 72

Pts Avg 156 10.4 464 13.3 507 13.7 112713.0


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2009-10

Chris Wright had a dynamic 2009-2010 basketball season for the Flyers, which included a First Team All Atlantic 10 selection. Wright was also selected to the NABC Division I All-District Second Team and was selected as the team recipient of the White-Allen Most Valuable Player Award. He also captured his third straight “Shorty” Sharpenter Memorial Trophy as the team’s top rebounder. Only two other Flyers, Ryan Perryman and Keith Waleskowski, earned the Sharpenter Award in their freshman, sophomore and junior seasons. On the court, Wright led the Flyers in points (13.7), rebounds (7.3), blocks (1.4) and minutes (28.6) per game. He also ranked second in steals (1.0), third in field goal percentage (.501) and fourth in free throw percentage (.676). He set the single-season Flyer record for blocks in a season with 53, which shattered Sean Finn’s old mark of 46 from the 2001-2002 season. In addition, his blocks per game average of 1.4 ranks tied for fifth in UD history. Wright also shattered his own record for dunks in a season with 66. His previous high came the season before when he threw down 54 dunks. Wright is the Flyer all-time leader in career dunks with 134. He started all 37 games for the Flyers and led the team in total points (507), rebounds (269), free throws made (125), free throws attempted (185), field goals made (187), minutes played (1058) double-doubles (7) and scored in double figures in 29 of the Flyers’ 37 games. In addition, Wright led UD in scoring in 14 games, and led the team in rebounding in 17 games. Wright started the season with a 25-point, eight-rebound performance in the victory over Creighton. He recorded a double-double of 15 points and 10 rebounds against Kansas State and 20 points on a career-high 10 free throws against Towson. He recorded another double-double of 16 points and 10 rebounds against Lehigh, and one against Old Dominion with 16 points and 12 rebounds. He netted 19 points and eight rebounds on 8-of-10 shooting against Boston. He tallied 16 points, 11 rebounds, and three blocks in the home victory over Duquesne, and recorded 14 points and 12 rebounds against George Washington. At Saint Joseph’s, Wright scored 28 points on 12-of-20 shooting and recorded two blocks. In the home victory over rival, Xavier, Wright earned the Blackburn/McCafferty MVP award for his performance of 17 points, nine rebounds, and three blocks. It was the second time in his career that he earned the Blackburn/McCafferty MVP award. In the following game against Charlotte, he scored a career-high of 30 points on 11-of-15 shooting from the field. Wright recorded his 1,000th career point in the game at Duquesne. He became the 42nd player in Flyer history to reach that feat. He finished that game with 15 points on 7-of-7 shooting. In the game at Temple, Chris tallied his seventh and final double-double of the season as he scored 12 points and hauled in 13 rebounds. In the A-10 quarterfinal match-up against Xavier, Wright tallied 17 points and swatted a careerhigh four blocks. Against Ole Miss in the NIT semifinals, he had nine points, 11 rebounds and a career-high five assists. In the NIT Championship game victory over North Carolina, Wright scored 14 points, hauled in nine rebounds and dished out three assists.

2007-08

Wright played in 15 games and led the team in rebounding (5.7), and field goal percentage (.602) and was second in scoring (10.4) and free throw percentage (.804). The Flyers certainly missed the presence of Wright after he broke his ankle midway through the season. UD was 13-1 before his injury and 9-9 after. After 13 games Wright had four Atlantic 10 Rookie of the Week honors. He first earned the award on Nov. 11 after netting the first double-double in a Flyer freshman debut with 22 points and 13 rebounds against East Tennessee State. He was the only A-10 player to have won the award outright four times in 2007-08. After recovering from the fracture, Wright was finally cleared to play in time for the second round of the NIT. He averaged double figures in the tournament. He had nine points, three rebounds and two blocks in 10 minutes of action at Illinois State in the NIT Second Round, and 12 points on 5-of-9 shooting from the field at Ohio State in the quarterfinals. Wright was the fifth Dayton player to be selected to the Atlantic 10 All-Rookie Team. Tony Stanley (1997), Brooks Hall (2000), Keith Waleskowski (2001) and Brian Roberts (2005) were the other UD selections. Wright’s eight minutes of conference action is likely the fewest of any previous A-10 All-Rookie Team selection. The last player to be chosen A-10 Rookie of the Week four times in the first six weeks of the season was Jameer Nelson.

High School

Wright was the main part of what three respected ranking services - HoopScoop, Rivals.com and Scout.com - called the best group of incoming freshmen in the Atlantic 10 in 2007-08. Wright has all the stats and awards to back that up, but that’s not the only reason people were talking about his joining the University of Dayton basketball program. Named the top incoming freshman in the Atlantic 10, by most of the experts, Wright’s above-the-rim game turned heads during practice sessions for the 2007 Jordan Brand All-America Game and during the game itself at Madison Square Garden where he turned in a 10-point, 10-rebound performance. ESPN analyst Steve Lavin, who called the Dayton recruit “electrifying,” said he could play at any program in the nation. Ranked as high as the 18th-best prospect in the country, Wright averaged 19.2 points and 12.8 rebounds for Trotwood-Madison High School while earning First Team All-Ohio Division I honors. The Rams were 22-2 and ranked second in the state heading into the OHSAA tournament. Wright was Third Team All-Ohio as a junior after leading Trotwood-Madison to a 22-6 overall record and the state championship game, where they lost to perennial powerhouse and 28-time state champion Canton McKinley. He averaged 17.5 points, 10.1 rebounds, 5.2 assists and 5.2 blocks a game. As a sophomore, he averaged 15.0 points, 9.1 rebounds and 4.2 assists. He is the second member of his family to play at UD. His uncle on his mother’s side, J.D. Grigsby, played at UD from 1971 – 1973 and once had a “20-20” game for the Red & Blue. He scored 21 points and grabbed 21 rebounds against Notre Dame at the end of the 1971-72 season.

2008-09

Wright was First Team All-NABC All-District, Second Team All-Atlantic 10 and the MVP of the Chicago Invitational Challenge in 2008-09, his first full season in a Dayton uniform. After missing 19 games with a fractured ankle as a freshman, Wright came back to lead UD in scoring (13.3), rebounding (6.6) free throws made (121), dunks (a then-schoolrecord 54), double-doubles (6) and SportsCenter Top Ten Plays (3). The high-flying Wright seemed to save his best efforts for the best competition. Three of his six double-doubles came against BCS schools, including 13 & 13 in November against No. 15 Marquette to lead UD to the Chicago Invitational Challenge championship, and a career-high 27 & 10 in the Flyer win over West Virginia in the NCAA tournament. He also earned the Blackburn/McCafferty MVP award the first time Dayton & Xavier met. Wright recorded his first double-double of the season with 16 points and 11 rebounds versus Mercer. He added two more double-doubles with 10 points and 14 rebounds in an overtime win over Auburn, and again with 13 points and 13 rebounds to go with a career-high four assists in a win over No. 15 Marquette. Named the Atlantic 10 co-Player of the Week on November 30, Wright scored 17 of his game-high 19 points in the second half against No. 14 Xavier. He recorded his fifth double-double with game highs of 17 points and 10 rebounds against Richmond, and scored 17 points on 6-of-10 shooting from the floor at Rhode Island. Chris had 20 points and five rebounds versus Temple. Chris contributed 10 points, three blocks and nine rebounds in 28 minutes of play against Kansas in the NCAA second round.

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devin searcy After backing up a player who started every game of his college career for three seasons, Devin Searcy is back for his senior season and will be counted on to be an asset in the paint once again. Taking over from former roomate Kurt Huelsman, Searcy is the elder statesman of the Flyer big men in 2010-11. Versatile and athletic, Searcy runs the floor very well and is an exceptional finisher for a big man. He owns a fundamentally sound game by being able to set screens, fight for position on the interior, and hustle after loose balls. His “lunch pail” mentality garners respect from both coaches and teammates alike. Not only is Searcy an athletic 6-10, he has a 37-inch vertical leap and a seven-foot fingertip-to-fingertip reach.

#34 CLASS: Senior POSITION: F/C

CAREER STATS Year 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 CAREER

GP 25 32 37 94

GS Min FG Att 0 165 9 23 0 377 34 69 4 521 56 95 4 1063 99 187

Pct .397 .493 .589 .529

3Pt 0 0 0 0

Att 0 0 0 0

Pct .000 .000 .000 .000

HEIGHT: 6-10

Dayton career highs

WEIGHT: 226

Points: 16, at Saint Louis (2/13/10)

HOMETOWN: Romulus, MI High School – Romulus Senior

PERSONAL DATA

Full Name: Devin Searcy Nickname: Deveroe Son of: Charles and D’Aira Searcy Siblings: Charles (26), Kwame’ (20), Donnavin (19), Dairrein (17) Birthday: August 25, 1989 Major: Communications High School Coach: Nate Oats AAU Team: The Family Career Goal: To be an NBA player/Own a successful clothing line/Black International Business Why I Chose UD: It is a great fit for me

Att 12 33 53 98

Pct .583 .606 .585 .592

Reb 31 76 104 211

Avg 1.2 2.4 2.8 2.2

Rebounds: 8, Xavier (2/6/10); La Salle (2/18/10) Assists: 2, Wofford (11/16/08); Georgia Tech (11/19/09) Steals: 3, Appalachian State (12/21/09) FGs Made: 6, at Saint Louis (2/13/10) Blocks: 2, Four Times FT Made: 4, Twice Minutes: 23, Twice

FLYER 34’s

Bob Fiely (1953-56), Ray Atherton (1957-58), Frank Case (1958-60) Louis Bok (1964-65), Tom Heckman (1966-69), Tony Wells (1975-77) Mike Reichert (1979-83), Don Hughes (1983-87), Sean Scrutchins (1990-92) Joe Currin (1992-94), Mark Ashman (1996-2000), Joaquin Thomas (2004-05)

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FT 7 20 31 58

Ast 2 13 11 26

Blk Stl Pts 4 5 25 10 7 88 13 13 143 27 25 256

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2009-10

Devin Searcy played in all 37 games for the Flyers, including four starts. Year after year, he is making strides in improving his game. His scoring output increased from 2.8 points and 2.4 rebounds per game as a sophomore to 3.9 points and 3.4 rebounds as a junior. In addition, Searcy led the Flyers in field goal percentage at .589 (56-of-95) and ranked third on the team with 13 blocks. On the season, Searcy totaled 143 points and hauled in 104 rebounds while playing 521 minutes. In the first game of the season against Creighton, and his first career start for the Flyers, he scored six points on 3-of-3 shooting while playing 23 minutes. he scored 13 points in 12 minutes of action against Lehigh. He tallied six points and seven rebounds against Presbyterian. Searcy netted seven points and had seven rebounds in the win over Ball State. He scored nine points and hauled in six rebounds in the road victory over St. Bonaventure. he scored a career-high 16 points on 6-of-6 shooting and hauled in five rebounds at St. Louis. In the victory over La Salle, Searcy recorded nine points and tied a career-high with eight rebounds. Against UMass, Searcy scored 10 points and grabbed six rebounds.

2008-09

Searcy played in 32 games throughout the season averaging 2.8 points and 2.4 rebounds. He improved upon numbers in every category from his first year, finishing third on the team in field goal percentage (.493). Searcy recorded eight points, three rebounds and a block versus Bethune-Cookman. He scored six points and had four rebounds versus Auburn. Against No. 15 Marquette, he played well defensively with four rebounds and two blocked shots. Devin led the Flyers with five rebounds and two blocks at Akron. He had six points on 4-of-4 shooting at the free throw line at Toledo. Searcy hauled in five rebounds against Miami, and tallied three points, three rebounds and a steal against Saint Joseph’s. He added six points and two rebounds versus No. 14 Xavier, and recorded a career-best six rebounds at Saint Louis. Devin tallied a careerbest 10 points in 13 minutes on 4-of-6 shooting from the floor at Rhode Island. Due to a sprained knee, he missed the Xavier road game, the Duquesne home contest, and the A-10 quarterfinal win over Richmond.

2007-08

Searcy averaged 1.0 points and 1.2 rebounds in 25 games. He got going on both ends of the floor in UD’s win over SMU by hauling in five rebounds (three on the offensive glass) and picked up his first two points as a Flyer. He followed that up with a career-high six points against High Point in 11 minutes of action. In eight minutes of action against then No. 6 Pittsburgh, Searcy tallied three rebounds. At Xavier, Searcy hauled in four defensive rebounds. Against La Salle, Searcy chipped in with three points and three rebounds. In the second Xavier contest, Searcy tallied four points and three rebounds.

High School

Searcy was the fifth Romulus High School player in four years to earn a Division I scholarship. A three-year starter, Searcy was a sophomore for Romulus’ 2005 Michigan Class A runnersup, and averaged 8.0 points, 8.0 rebounds and 3.0 blocked shots. As a junior, and the only returning starter for Romulus, he averaged 12.5 points, 8.5 rebounds and 2.7 blocked shots and was named honorable mention all-state. As a senior, he was named to the All-Down River Team after averaging 12.3 points, 9.2 rebounds, 3.7 blocked shots and 1.5 assists a game. Romulus finished 15-9. He was ranked #8 overall in Michigan’s 2007 class by Rivals.com, and the #3-rated power forward in Michigan. As a senior, he was also selected as one of the Top 50 players at the Nike All-American Camp. He blocked 11 shots in a game against Ypsilanti (including six in the fourth quarter) midway through the 2006-07 season. Searcy hopes to go into sports broadcasting. His God-Brother is former Memphis All-American and current Milwaukee Buck Chris Douglas-Roberts.

Experienced post player who has made great strides in his post game on both ends of the floor. Excellent at running the floor and rebounding outside of his area.

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logan nourse Logan Nourse is back for his senior season and his third as a member of the University of Dayton basketball team. He is the leader in the backcourt of UD’s “scout team.” UD’s walkons are asked to do everything the rest of the team does physically, with the added responsibility of learning each Flyer opponent’s offensive and defensive sets.

#25 CLASS: Senior POSITION: Guard HEIGHT: 6-1

CAREER STATS Year 2007-08 2009-10 CAREER

GP 4 4 8

GS Min 0 4 0 4 0 8

FG Att 0 3 0 2 0 5

Pct .000 .000 .000

Points: 1, Massachusetts (2/27/10) Rebounds: None Yet

HOMETOWN: Spencerville, OH High School – Spencerville

Assists: 1, Massachusetts (2/27/10) Steals: None Yet FGs Made: None Yet Blocks: None Yet FT Made: 1, Massachusetts (2/27/10) Minutes: 2, Charlotte (2/10/10)

Full Name: Logan Scott-Thomas Nourse Son of: Scott and Victoria Nourse Siblings: Lucas (24), Mason (13) and Sophia (11) Birthday: Feb. 29, 1988 Major: Sport Management High School Coach: Kevin Sensabaugh AAU Team: Ohio Stars Career Goal: Hope to one day work in NBA administration or contract negotiations. Why I Chose UD: I chose UD because it gave me the best option to excel in both athletics and academics. It has a great community and campus.

Pct .000 .000 .000

FT 0 1 1

Att 0 2 2

Pct .000 .500 .500

Reb 0 0 0

Avg 0.0 0.0 0.0

Ast 0 1 0

Blk 1 0 0

Stl 0 0 1

Pts 0 1 0

Avg 0.0 0.3 0.1

FLYER 25’s

Arnie Stein (1950-51), Chris Harris (1951-52), Jack Sallee (1952-55), Bob Jacoby (1955-56), Paul Shafer (1956-58), Bill Cramsey (1958-60), Don Smith (1960-63), Jack Warrell (1964-66), John von Lehman (1970-74), Eric Matthews (1984-88), John Richter (1990-94), Matt Hogan (2006-07)

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Att 1 2 3

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WEIGHT: 178

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2009-10

Nourse returned to the basketball team and appeared in three games, in which he knocked down a free throw and dished out an assist.

2007-08

Nourse played in four games and had one steal.

High School

As a senior at Spencerville (Ohio) High School, Nourse averaged 22.5 points, 7.4 rebounds and 2.8 assists, in basketball, and quarterbacked the football team to an OHSAA playoff berth. He played in the Nancy Rehm Ohio vs. Indiana All-Star Game. He was a four-time All-Northwest Conference selection, and three-time (HM, third team, second team) Division III All-Ohio. He was Spencerville’s career leader in scoring (1,500 points), starts (87) and three-pointers (186). He was on teams that were a combined 67-22 and won two conference championships. He is the nephew of former Ohio State and NFL quarterback Bobby Hoying. Another uncle, Luke Fickell, played defensive line at OSU, had injuries cut short his career with the New Orleans Saints and is now co-defensive coordinator with the Buckeyes.

Very skilled perimeter player who has the ability to play multiple positions on the perimeter. High basketball IQ who understands the Dayton Flyer System.

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peter zestermann Pete Zesterman is back for his senior season and his third as a Flyer walkon. At 6-foot-8 and 219 pounds, he is not afraid to bang down low and be a physical practice partner for the Dayton big men. UD’s walkons are asked to do everything the rest of the team does physically, with the added responsibility of learning each Flyer opponent’s offensive and defensive sets.

#40 CLASS: Senior POSITION: F/C HEIGHT: 6-8 WEIGHT: 219 HOMETOWN: Cincinnati, OH High School – St. Xavier

PERSONAL DATA

Full Name: Peter Anthony Zestermann Nickname: Z Son of: Mary Lou and Thomas Zestermann Siblings: Tommy (36), Andy (32), Matt (31) and Ann (28) Birthday: May 19, 1989 Major: Education- Middle Childhood High School Coach: Scott Martin AAU Team: Cincinnati Blazers Career Goal: To find a teaching job and coach basketball Why I Chose UD: I chose the University of Dayton because of the great education I knew I would receive as well as the friendly atmosphere the campus had to offer. 52

CAREER STATS Year 2007-08 2009-10 CAREER

GP 3 5 8

GS 0 0 0

Min 3 7 10

FG 1 1 2

Att 1 3 4

Pct 3Pt 1.000 0 .333 0 .500 0

Att Pct FT 0 .000 0 0 .000 1 0 .000 1

Att 0 2 2

Pct .000 .500 .500

Reb Avg 2 0.7 6 1.2 8 1.0

Ast 0 0 0

Blk Stl Pts 0 0 2 0 0 3 0 0 5

Avg 0.7 0.6 0.6

Dayton career highs Points: 3, Ball State (1/5/10) Rebounds: 3, Ball State (1/5/10) Assists: None Yet Steals: None Yet FGs Made: 1, Loyola, MD (12/22/07); Ball State (1/5/10) Blocks: None Yet FT Made: 1, Ball State (1/5/10) Minutes: 2, Charlotte (2/10/10); Massachusetts (2/27/10)

FLYER 40’s

Mike Blevins (1967-68), Jim Testerman (1972-75), Fred Eckert (1975-77), Mike Kanieski (1979-82), Rory Dahlinghaus (1982-86), Zach Thomas (1994-95), Stephen Bamigbola (1997-98)

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2009-2010

Zestermann played in five games for the Flyers, totaling three points and six rebounds. All three of Zestermann’s points for the season came against Ball State where he went 1-of-2 from the field and 1-of-2 from the foul line. He also grabbed three rebounds in the Ball State game. He hauled in two rebounds in the victory over UMass.

2008-2009

Attended the University of Dayton but did not play basketball.

2007-2008

Peter played in three games and made his only field goal attempt of the season. He also had one offensive and one defensive rebound.

High School

Zestermann played on the Ohio Division I state runnersup, St. Xavier High School, and averaged 7.9 points, 6.4 rebounds and 2.8 assists. He played three seasons of baseball for St. X.

Very high skill set and basketball IQ. Has become one of the programs hardest workers and most respected teammates.

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chris johnson Chris Johnson joined the Flyer recruiting class of 2008 from Columbus Brookhaven High School as an unheralded recruit, but quickly earned a reputation as a high-flying, explosive scorer and a rebounder with a non-stop motor. He also earned himself a spot on the 2009 Atlantic 10 All-Rookie Team. The athletic 6-foot-6 forward with an 82.5-inch wingspan proved he was far more than a one-hit wonder as a sophomore, being named the winner of the A-10 Chris Daniels Award (most improved player) and Most Valuable Player of the NIT. One of the best rebounders of his size in the country, he was one of just three players to have a 20-point-20 rebound game in 2009-10. Johnson’s development shows no signs of letting up. He worked hard on his ball-handling in the off-season in order to draw fouls and take advantage of his 82% career FT%. With the graduation of seven seniors, he has also moved into a leadership role on the team and is a team captain.

#4 CLASS: Junior POSITION: Forward HEIGHT: 6-6

CAREER STATS Year 2008-09 2009-10 CAREER

GP 34 36 70

GS Min FG Att 3 551 64 151 23 868 139 329 26 1419 203 480

Pct .424 .422 .423

3Pt 24 66 90

Att 70 189 259

Pct .343 .349 .347

Points: 26, Duquesne, (1/9/10) Rebounds: 20, Duquesne, (1/9/10)

HOMETOWN: Columbus, OH High School – Brookhaven

Assists: 4, Towson (11/28/09); La Salle (2/18/10) Steals: 4, at Miami (12/2/09); Ole Miss NIT (3/30/10) FGs MAde: 9, Duquesne, (1/9/10) Blocks: 3, at Miami (12/2/09) FT Made: 9, at Illinois (3/24/10); Ole Miss (3/30/10) Minutes: 36, at Saint Louis (2/13/10)

Full Name: Christapher Johnson Nickname: Jeezy, CJ, Cheese Son of: Nicole Johnson and Richard Matlock Siblings: Ty’onna Parker (15) and Maurice Johnson (13) Birthday: April 29, 1990 Major: General Studies High School Coach: Hali Robinson AAU Team: All-Ohio Red Career Goal: To be successful in life Why I Chose UD: UD has a great campus with a good graduation rate. It is also a place where I feel comfortable and can help build a successful basketball program.

FLYER 4’s

Scott Gray (1980-81), Ted Harris (1981-85), Reggie Green (1989-90) Darnell Hahn (1993-96), Coby Turner (1997-99), Jeff Penno (2004-06)

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Pct Reb Avg .772 177 5.2 .848 250 6.9 .815 427 6.1

Dayton career highs

WEIGHT: 201

PERSONAL DATA

FT Att 61 79 84 99 145 178

Ast 19 28 47

Blk Stl Pts Avg 5 17 213 6.3 12 34 428 11.9 17 51 641 9.2


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2009-10

Chris Johnson enjoyed a great sophomore season for the Flyers, which earned him the Atlantic 10 Conference’s Chris Daniels Most Improved Player Award and the NIT MVP award. He broke out with a doubledouble in the first game of the season against Creighton with 18 points and 15 rebounds. In the opener of the O’Reilly Auto Parts Puerto Rico Tip-Off against #19 Georgia Tech, Johnson contributed a game-high 19 points on 7-13 shooting to go along with seven rebounds and three steals. He also scored 13 points, grabbed eight rebounds and had four steals in the win at Miami. He recorded 14 points on 5-of-8 shooting at George Mason, and chipped in 12 points against Boston. Johnson scored in double figures in the first eight games of the season. In the New Year’s Day game at New Mexico, he scored 21 points, grabbed eight rebounds and had three steals. In that game, he went 5-of-10 from beyond the arc, including a perfect 3-of-3 in the last minute. Johnson recorded his best game of the season in a home victory over Duquesne with a career-high of 26 points and a career-high of 20 rebounds. He was the first Flyer to record a 20-20 since Ryan Perryman, who also had 26 points and 20 rebounds at home against Duquesne on Feb. 25, 1998. After Johnson’s performance against Duquesne, he was named A-10 Co-Player of the week. At Xavier, he tallied 10 points and 16 rebounds, 10 of which were offensive. In the home win against Xavier, he went for 18 points on 6-of-8 shooting. In the second match-up of the season against Duquesne, Johnson recorded another 20-point game as he tallied 21 points, including 6-of-13 from three-point range. Johnson played his best basketball of the season during the NIT championship run. In the Flyers’ five NIT games, he scored in double figures four times. In the first-round win over Illinois State, Johnson had 13 points to go along with nine rebounds. In the quarterfinal victory at Illinois, he had 18 points and seven rebounds, including 9-of-10 from the foul line. Johnson had perhaps his best game of the tournament when he recorded 22 points, nine rebounds and four steals in the semi-final victory over Ole Miss. In the NIT championship game victory against defending National Champion, North Carolina, Johnson scored 14 points and grabbed nine rebounds. Overall, Johnson finished the season as the second-leading scorer and rebounder for the Flyers with averages of 11.9 points and 6.9 rebounds. He led the team in free-throw percentage (.848) and three-pointers made (66), was third in minutes played (24.1 per game), third in steals (34), second in double-doubles (3), and scored in double figures in 26 of the Flyers 37 games.

2008-09

Johnson was perhaps the most under-the-radar member of UD’s 200809 freshman class, but he was the one who was named to the Atlantic 10 All-Newcomer Team and earned UD’s Thomas M. Luppe Memorial Award which goes to the team’s top freshman. He led the Flyers in FT% (.772, 61-79), was second on the team in rebounding (5.2), and was fifth in scoring (6.3) even though he played just 16.2 minutes a game. Johnson broke out with eight points and five rebounds against Delaware State in 13 minutes. He scored in double-figures for the first time in his Flyer career with 14 points over Bethune-Cookman, adding four rebounds, three steals, an assist and a block. He had his first doubledouble with 12 points and 11 rebounds against No. 15 Marquette. Johnson tallied his second double-double of the season with a team-high 20 points and 12 rebounds versus Coppin State in his first career start. He had 12 points on 5-of-11 shooting to go with eight boards against UNC Greensboro. Chris scored nine points, eight rebounds and the go-ahead shot with 1:05 to play in the win over George Mason, and hauled in seven rebounds at Toledo. Johnson had 10 points and nine rebounds at Duquesne. Before being named the Atlantic 10 Rookie of the Week on January 18 for averaging 9.5 points and 8.5 rebounds, and shooting .545 (6-11) FG and 1.000 (6-6) from the line for the week, he shot 4-of-5 from the floor and 7-of-8 at the free throw line to finish with 17 points and eight rebounds against St. Bonaventure. He led the Flyers with 13 points and seven rebounds, all coming in the first half, after hitting 4-of-5 shots from the field, both 3-point attempts and all three free throws versus Charlotte. Johnson was just short of a double-double with 10 points and nine boards against Richmond in the A-10 Quarterfinals.

High School

Following a senior year in which Johnson averaged 26.2 points on 63 percent shooting, he was awarded Columbus All-District First Team and Player of the Year honors. Those numbers also earned Johnson a spot on the AP All-Ohio First Team in Division I and caught the attention of ESPN scouts, who ranked him the 39th best small forward in the nation. Rated one of the “10 Most Improved” players in Ohio by Prep Spotlight after his junior year, Johnson averaged 24.4 points, 13.2 rebounds and 2.0 blocks a game in his last season for Brookhaven. Johnson was an Associated Press Second Team Division I All-Ohio selection (current Flyer Chris Wright was on the first team). He stepped up his game as a junior after a solid sophomore season where he was the only player among the team’s top ten players who was not a senior. After he moved into the starting lineup in mid-January, Brookhaven advanced to the OHSAA Sweet Sixteen. A four-year varsity player, he played on teams that were a combined 80-17.

An emerging force on both ends of the court. Chris was the A10’s most improved player last year and had another great off season. He has become one of the team’s most influential leaders both on and off the floor.

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Josh parker Parker, a 6-0 guard who graduated in 2007 from Thornton High School in suburban Chicago, transferred to the University of Dayton from Drake following the 2008-09 season. He will become eligible to play for the Flyers beginning with the 2010-11 season and will have two years of basketball eligibility remaining for the Flyers. With UD graduating four guards in the class of 2010, Parker will be counted on as a vital contributor following his mandatory transfer redshirt season. He is a dynamic combo guard with an explosive first step and excellent long-range shooting touch. Despite only being able to play in practice, he has made quite an impression on his teammates and is a 2010-11 team co-captain.

#12 CLASS: RS Junior POSITION: Guard HEIGHT: 6-0 WEIGHT: 186

CAREER STATS Year GP (AT DRAKE) 2007-08 31 2008-09 33 CAREER 64

GS Min FG Att 0 9 9

Pct

3Pt

217 23 63 .365 10 728 114 252 .452 57 945 137 315 .435 67

Att

Pct

FT

Att

Pct

Reb Avg

32 .313 8 12 .667 30 132 .432 67 93 .720 67 164 .409 75 105 .714 97

1.0 2.0 1.5

Ast

Blk

Stl

Pts

Avg

27 51 78

1 2 3

7 64 2.1 25 352 10.7 32 416 6.5

Dayton career highs Parker had a career-best 25 points against Northern Iowa on January 17, 2009 while playing for Drake

HOMETOWN: Harvey, IL High School – Thornton Previous College – Drake

PERSONAL DATA

Full name: Adonte Joshua Parker Nickname: JP Son of: Tony and Tracey Parker Birthday: June 23, 1989 Major: Electronic Media Siblings: Tony (28), Jermaine (24), Brittney (18) and Jeremy (16) High School Coach: Troy Jackson AAU Team: Illinois Bobcats Career Goal: Play professional basketball Why I Chose UD: I loved my new coaches and teammates

FLYER 12’s

Bill Mihm (1953-55), Bucky Bockhorn (1955-58), Ray Zawadski (1958-60 & 1963-64), Gordy Hatton (196063), Fredrick Johnston (1964-65), Rich Fox (1965-67), Ken May (1968-72), Russ Willis (1972-73), Dan Klawonn (1973-76), Richard Montague (1977-81), Steve Smith (1984-89), Derrick Dukes (1990-94), Tony Stanley (1997-2001), Dan Fox (2009-10)

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2009-10

Parker was ineligible to play for the Flyers due to transfer rules. He will suit up for his first season in a Flyers uniform in the 2010-11 season.

AT DRAKE

Parker appeared in 33 games during the 2008-09 season for Drake, with nine starts. He averaged 10.7 points, 2.0 rebounds and 1.5 rebounds, while shooting .432 (57-132) from three-point range and .720 (67-93) from the free throw line. He was third on the team in scoring, and led the team in 3-pt. FG%. He was fourth in the Missouri Valley Conference. He led Drake in scoring in six games during his sophomore season, including a career-high 25 points in a home game against Northern Iowa. He was the MVP of the Drake Iowa Realty Invitational during the year. Following the season, he was named to the MVC’s Most Improved Team after averaging just 2.1 points as a freshman. Was the backup point guard on Drake’s 2008 Missouri Valley Championship team that reached the NCAA’s.

HIGH SCHOOL

At Thornton High School, Parker was a two-time All-South Suburban East Conference choice. As a senior, he was first team all-area as selected by Daily Southtown, The Star and Times newspapers. He earned honorable mention Illinois Class 2A all-state honors, averaging 14.6 points, 6.4 assists, 4.0 rebounds and 1.9 steals. He helped lead Thornton to the Elite Eight of the 2007 Illinois Class AA state tournament, where it lost to eventual state champion Chicago Simeon.

Combo guard that can really impact the game with his energy and perimeter shooting ability. A vocal leader amongst his teammates.

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paul williams Paul Williams hopes to carry momentum from his strong finish in 2009-10 into his junior season. The most veteran guard on the team, Williams had three double-figure performances off the bench in the Atlantic 10 tournanment and UD’s run to the NIT championship. He saved his best for last, scoring a career-high 16 points in the championship game win over North Carolina. A strong-on-the-ball defender, Williams has battled through injuries during a large part of his first two years on the Hilltop, but is tough enough to have played through them and see action in 68 games as a freshman and sophomore.

#22 CLASS: Junior POSITION: Guard HEIGHT: 6-4 WEIGHT: 206 HOMETOWN: Detroit, MI High School – Renaissance

PERSONAL DATA

Full name: Paul Williams Nickname: Diddy, P Mac Son of: Joslyn Smith Birthday: February 14, 1989 Major: Criminal Justice High School Coach: Mark White, Cameron Nichols AAU Team: The Family Career Goal: To be an NBA Player and in the Hall of Fame Why I Chose UD: UD is a great place to play

CAREER STATS Year 2008-09 2009-10 CAREER

GP 32 36 68

GS 0 10 10

Min FG 368 26 736 65 1104 91

3Pt Att Pct 10 38 .263 39 111.351 49 149 .329

FT 8 33 41

Att 13 44 57

Pct .615 .750 .719

Reb Avg 59 1.8 79 2.2 138 2.0

Ast 10 32 42

Blk 0 2 2

Stl 7 11 18

Dayton career highs Points: 16, North Carolina NIT (4/1/10) Rebounds: 8, Presbyterian (12/19/09) Assists: 4, Lehigh (12/5/09) Steals: 2, Three Times FGs Made: 5, North Carolina NIT (4/1/10) Blocks: 1, Kansas State (11/22/09); at Xavier (1/16/10) FT Made: 7, George Washington A-10 (3/9/10) Minutes: 33, Appalachian State (12/21/09)

FLYER 22’s

Pete Boyle (1950-51), George Woywood (1952-54), Al Sicking (1954-57) Hank Josefczyk (1957-60), Harold Schoen (1960-64), Rudy Waterman (1965-68) Rex Gardecki (1969-72), Bill Frericks (1975-77), John Tomlinson (1979-80) Roosevelt Chapman (1980-84), Steve Pittman (1985-89), Al Sickard (1989-92) Shawn Haughn (1993-97), Marques Bennett (2002-2006)

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Att Pct 79 .329 175 .371 254 .358

Pts 70 202 272

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2009-10

Paul Williams saw his playing time increase during his sophomore campaign as he served as a key role player in the Flyers’ success. Williams stepped up in the early season victory over #19 Georgia Tech as he recorded 13 points on 4-of-9 shooting and three assists. In that game Williams proved to be clutch for the Flyers as he scored the team’s final seven points in the last minute of regulation. He hit the go-ahead three pointer with 56 seconds left to give the Flyers a 59-57 lead that they would not relinquish. He also proved to be a clutch shooter from the foul line as he went 4-of-4 and recorded a steal in the final 34 seconds. He scored 10 points and dished out three assists against Kansas State. The Flyers were forced to play Appalachian State without Marcus Johnson and Chris Johnson due to injury, and Williams responded well. He chipped in 10 points, seven rebounds and three assists in 33 minutes of play as the Flyers cruised to victory. Williams also chipped in 12 points at Duquesne. In the first round match-up of the A-10 tournament against George Washington, Paul scored 10 points, which included a stellar 7-of-8 from the foul line. He scored 11 points on 4-of-7 shooting in the NIT second-round victory at Cincinnati. However, Williams saved his best performance for last as he scored a career-high 16 points on 5-of-8 shooting against North Carolina in the NIT championship game. He was on fire from beyond the arc as he buried 4-of-7 three-pointers. Overall, Williams averaged 5.6 points and 2.2 rebounds while playing 20.4 minutes per game. He played in 36 games, which included 10 starts. He shot 37% from the field, 35% from beyond the arc, and 75% from the foul line.

2008-09

Williams scored nine points and shot 3-for-5 from three-point range in a win over Troy. He corralled four rebounds in 11 minutes versus Miami. He picked up two steals, a rebound and an assist versus St. Bonaventure. Williams snagged a season-best six rebounds and scored four points versus Saint Louis. He added another five rebounds against Saint Joseph’s. He sank a three-pointer and dished out two assists against No. 14 Xavier. He scored six points, grabbed two rebounds and dished out an assist versus Richmond. Williams matched his seasonbest with six rebounds and added four points at Saint Louis, and had three rebounds at No. 17/18 Xavier. He added seven points and four rebounds versus Duquesne, and had four points and two rebounds against Richmond in the A-10 Quarterfinals. Versus West Virginia in the NCAA First Round, Williams recorded three points. He added three points and five rebounds in the Kansas game.

HIGH SCHOOL

One of the top prep recruits out of Michigan, Williams brought a reputation as a clutch shooter and lockdown defender to the Flyer backcourt. He was a member of the A-10’s Preseason All-Newcomer team. An athletic 6-foot-4 shooting guard from Detroit’s Renaissance High School, Williams was one of four finalists for the title of Michigan’s “Mr. Basketball” during his senior year. As a senior, he averaged 23.8 points, 6.1 rebounds, and 1.3 steals per game, and once scored 55 points during his junior year. Williams shot 51 percent from the field and 78 percent from the foul line during his senior campaign.

Tough and savvy perimeter player. Has the ability to guard multiple positions on the floor. Stretches the defense with his perimeter shooting ability and has become a very good play maker off the dribble. 59


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Luke fabrizius A versatile player with a unique skill set, Luke Fabrizius is a matchup problem waiting to happen. At 6-9, he has the size (and now with an added 45 pounds since first coming to UD) the strength, to play inside, but the shooting touch and range to play beyond the arc. Players his size hesitate to come away from the basket to guard him, and with his quick release and size, he can get his shot off over smaller players. The added strength will also help him on the defensive end, where his length and anticipation already make him a threat in the passing lanes. Limited to 25 games in 2009-10 due to injuries, a strong off-season will lead to more minutes and a greater role in 2010-119.

#23 CLASS: Junior POSITION: Forward

CAREER STATS Year 2008-09 2009-10 CAREER

GP 31 25 56

GS Min FG Att Pct 3Pt 0 276 45 122 .369 39 0 233 42 114 .368 37 0 509 87 236 .369 76

Att 104 91 195

Pct .375 .407 .390

HEIGHT: 6-9

Dayton career highs

WEIGHT: 228

Points: 17, Duquesne (3/7/09)

HOMETOWN: Arlington Heights, IL High School – Hersey

PERSONAL DATA

Full Name: Luke Fabrizius Nickname: Luke Son of: Charles and Julie Fabrizius Siblings: Brian (18) Birthday: November 7, 1989 Major: Finance & Business Economics High School Coach: Don Rowley, Steve Messer AAU Team: Illinois Warriors/Illinois Rockers Career Goal: Play basketball professionally Why I Chose UD: Coaches, Players, Great Fans

Att 5 3 8

Pct .600 .333 .500

Reb 33 38 71

Avg Ast 1.1 10 1.5 4 1.3 14

Rebounds: 9, Villanova (11/20/09) Assists: 2, Troy (12/2/08); Fordham (1/14/09) Steals: 1, Three Times FGs Made: 6, Duquesne (3/7/09) Blocks: 2, Coppin State (12/13/08) FT Made: 2, at Akron (12/6/08) Minutes: 23, Villanova (11/20/09)

FLYER 23’s

James Hough (1950-51), Ray Dieringer (1951-52), Don Miller (1952-53) Carmen Riazzi (1954-57), Tom Nartker (1957-58), Tom Boykin (1958-59) Ken Barnett (1959-60), Chuck Izor (1960-62), Jim Wannemacher (1964-67) Steve Hess (1970-73), Mike Lee (1975-79), Rusty Jackson (1979-81) Damon Goodwin (1982-86), Norm Grevey (1987-91), Jeff Elder (1992-95) Rodney Horton (1995-97), Yuanta Holland (1998-2001), Chris Wright (2007-08)

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FT 3 1 4

Blk Stl Pts Avg 6 3 132 4.0 4 0 122 4.9 10 3 254 4.5


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2009-10

Luke Fabrizius started the 2009-2010 Flyer basketball season with a bang. In the season opener against Creighton, Luke scored nine points on 3-of-8 shooting from three-point range in 15 minutes of action. Luke scored 12 points on 4-of-7 shooting from three-point range in only seven minutes against #19 Georgia Tech. Luke’s best game of the season came against #6 Villanova as he ended up one rebound shy of a doubledouble. He finished with 16 points on 5-of-9 shooting from beyond the arc and nine rebounds. In the last game of the O’Reilly Auto Parts Puerto Rico Tip-Off, Luke scored six points against Kansas State. He finished the tournament with an average of 11.3 points per game while shooting 55% from beyond the arc. Fabrizius scored seven points against Towson, nine against Lehigh and six at George Mason. Then the injury bug hit Luke in the game against Old Dominion as he sprained the MCL in his right knee. He would go on to miss the next five games. In his second game back from the knee injury, Fabrizius posted 13 points on 3-of-3 shooting from beyond the arc against Fordham at Madison Square Garden. Fabrizius also scored six points and grabbed three rebounds at Xavier. Unfortunately for the Flyers, Fabrizius’s injury-plagued season continued as he was sidelined for the next six of eight games with a back injury. Fabrizius only managed to play a combined 12 minutes in the two games he played during that eight game stretch. He returned to play at Duquesne, but did not see the same pre-injury minutes. He would go on to post double-digit minutes in only two of the Flyers’ remaining 12 games. However, he did regain his stroke for the NIT. In the first round match-up against Illinois State, Fabrizius scored nine points on 3-of-5 shooting from three-point range. He also scored nine points on 3-of-5 shooting from three-point range in front of family and friends in the NIT quarterfinal game at Illinois. In the eight pre-injury games, Fabrizius averaged 8.1 points per game while shooting 45% from three-point range during an average of 14 minutes per game. In the remaining 17 games that Fabrizius played, he averaged 3.4 points per game while shooting 36% from behind the arc during average of 6.6 minutes per game. He finished the season averaging 4.9 points and 1.6 rebounds. He connected on 37-of-91 (.407) threepointers while averaging 9.4 minutes a game.

2008-2009

A lanky catch-and-shoot forward, Fabrizius led Dayton in 3-point field goal percentage (.375, 39-104). In his last six games of the season, Fabrizius shot .519 (14-27) from the field and 12-of-25 (.480) from threepoint range. He broke out hitting 5-of-6 from beyond the arc en route to a career-high of 17 points against Duquesne. He had 40 points in his last four games after scoring 12 in all of February. Fabrizius had three points, three rebounds and an assist against Delaware State. He shot 3-of5 from the field with all three conversions from beyond the arc in a win against Bethune-Cookman. He shot 3-of-7 from the floor and finished with eight points, two rebounds and two assists against Troy. For the first time in his Flyer career, he scored in double figures with 10 points versus UNC Greensboro. Fabrizius shot 4-of-6 from the field and 3-of-5 from threepoint range to finish with 11 points at Duquesne. He scored a game-high 17 points on 6-of-9 shooting from the field and hit five consecutive threepointers in the first half against Duquesne. In the A-10 Quarterfinals, Fabrizius scored 11 points on 4-of-7 shooting against Richmond, and scored six points against Duquesne in the A-10 Semifinals, and also scored six in the Kansas game. For the year, he averaged 4.3 points a game.

HIGH SCHOOL

Luke Fabrizius joined the Flyers from Hersey High School in Arlington Heights, Illinois, the same high school where Flyer coach Brian Gregory starred. One of the best outside shooters in the Midwest and one of the best-shooting players of his size in the country, Fabrizius was a three-time Daily Herald All-Area selection. Although asked by his high school coach to play more of a post role during his senior year - Fabrizius made 16 less three’s from his junior to senior seasons - he averaged 14.7 points, eight rebounds, four blocks and hit on 47 treys during his senior year as Hersey went 17-13 overall and reached the Illinois sectional finals. Rivals.com listed him as the #23-ranked forward in the nation in 2007-08. Luke’s great uncle, Jerry Hardt, played football for UD in the early 1960’s.

His range and quick release leads to great spacing within the offense. Luke’s improved ability to put the ball on the floor and score around the basket will be valuable assets. 61


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matt kavanaugh After a year of hard lessons at the hand of veteran post players Kurt Huelsman and Devin Searcy, Matt Kavanaugh will provide muscle down low for the Flyers in 2010-11 after seeing action in 14 games as a freshman. Kavanaugh is part of four straight top local recruits for head coach Brian Gregory and his staff. Chris Wright of Trotwood-Madison High School was the first as he signed with the Flyers in November of 2006. Dayton Dunbar graduate Josh Benson followed in Wright’s footsteps and committed to UD out of the class of 2008 (Benson redshirted as a freshman). Kavanaugh followed in 2009, and point guard Juwan Staten completed the constellation of local stars this season. If anyone was “born” to be a Flyer, it is Kavanaugh. His parents attended UD games while his mother Susan was pregnant with him. His father John is a UD graduate. His uncle Tom played football at Dayton in the mid-1960’s. And Matt’s great-uncle, Bob Kavanaugh, was one of the Flyers’ first basketball-only scholarship players and is a member of the UD Athletic Hall of Fame. He played for the Flyers from 1939-42 and when he graduated, he held the single game, season and career scoring records.

#35

CAREER STATS Year GP 2009-10 14 CAREER 14

GS Min FG Att Pct 3Pt 0 43 5 12 .417 0 0 43 5 12 .417 0

Att 0 0

Pct FT .000 1 .000 1

CLASS: Sophomore POSITION: Forward/Center HEIGHT: 6-9 WEIGHT: 250 HOMETOWN: Centerville, OH High School – Centerville

PERSONAL DATA

Full Name: Matthew Kevin Kavanaugh Nickname: Big Kav Son of: John and Susan Kavanaugh Siblings: Alan (21) and Kelly (16) Birthday: March 9, 1991 Major: Entrepreneurship High School Coach: Jim Staley AAU Team: All-Ohio Career Goal: Play professional basketball Why I Chose UD: I chose UD because it is a great team to be a part of where everyone gets along. Also, the school and entire community is a fun place to live and I like being able to be closer to home so family can see my games. 62

Dayton career highs Points: 2, Four Times Rebounds: 3, at Saint Louis (2/13/10) Assists: 1, Charlotte (2/10/10) Steals: None Yet FGs Made: 1, Four Times Blocks: 1, Lehigh (12/5/09) FT Made: 1, Presbyterian (12/19/09) Minutes: 6, Lehigh (12/5/09)

FLYER 35’s

Razor Campbell (1950-51), Pete Boyle (1951-52), Gordon Dodane (1953-54), Rick Walsh (1954-55), George Janky (1967-70), Noland Robinson (1986-90) Sean Scrutchins (1990-92), Rodney Horton (1994-97)

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Att 2 2

Pct Reb Avg Ast .500 11 0.8 1 .500 11 0.8 1

Blk 1 1

Stl Pts Avg 0 112 0.8 0 112 0.8


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2009-10

Matt Kavanaugh played in 14 games for the Flyers while averaging 0.8 points and 0.8 rebounds per game. Kavanaugh shot 5-of-12 from the field and played 43 minutes during the 2009-2010 season. Kavanaugh’s first career collegiate game came against #19 Georgia Tech where he recorded four minutes and had the task of defending future NBA players, Derrick Favors and Gani Lawal. Matt recorded two rebounds and swatted his first career block against Lehigh. Matt tallied his first career point on a free throw and hauled in two rebounds against Presbyterian. Matt scored two points against Ball State and chipped in two points and three rebounds at Saint Louis. Kavanaugh netted two points and grabbed a rebound in the victory over UMass. In the NIT second round at Cincinnati, Kavanaugh tallied two points in four minutes of action.

HIGH SCHOOL

Kavanaugh was a rare sophomore starter for coach Jim Staley’s Centerville High School program, and with Kavanaugh in the paint, the Elks went 19-4 overall in 2006-07 and won their third consecutive Greater Western Ohio Conference championship. He averaged 13 points, 9.9 rebounds and three blocks as a sophomore. He was first team all-conference and Second Team AllSouthwest Ohio. As a junior, Kavanaugh blossomed from being one of the best players in the Dayton area to one of the best in the state. He was the only underclassman on the 2008 First and Second Team Division I All-Ohio teams after averaging 20.8 points, 10.0 rebounds, 2.8 assists and 2.4 blocks per game. In his senior season, Kavanaugh averaged 17.7 points, 8.9 rebounds and 1.9 blocks per game for Centerville. Kavanaugh was named to the All-Ohio Team as well.

Strong and Physical Post presence. Very crafty around the basket and aggressive on the glass.

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josh benson Josh Benson’s length, quickness and ability to put the ball on the floor pose matchup problems for Flyer opponents. One of those players whose late growth spurt moved him to the frontcourt, Benson was a guard growing up and handles the ball well for a big man. He also has a quick (and long) first step, which makes him a threat to get to rim every time he touches the ball. Young for his age in his graduating class coming out of high school, Benson made the most of torn labrum as a freshman, having surgery to stabilize the shoulder and using his rebab time to get stronger and develop his left hand. As a young forward playing behind Chris Wright and Chris Johnson, Benson will also likely see time at the five spot in 2010-11.

#44

CAREER STATS Year GP 2009-10 35 CAREER 35

GS Min FG Att Pct 3Pt 0 283 35 71 .493 0 0 283 35 71 .493 0

Att 0 0

Pct FT Att .000 15 25 .000 15 25

CLASS: RS Sophomore POSITION: Forward HEIGHT: 6-9

Dayton career highs

WEIGHT: 223

Points: 10, Presbyterian (12/19/09) Rebounds: 8, Appalachian State (12/21/09)

HOMETOWN: Dayton, OH High School - Dunbar

Assists: 3, at Xavier (1/16/10) Steals: 2, Presbyterian (12/19/09) FGs Made: 5, Presbyterian (12/19/09) Blocks: 1, Four Times FT Made: 3, Boston U (12/29/09); La Salle (2/18/10) Minutes: 23, Presbyterian (12/19/09); App. State (12/21/09)

PERSONAL DATA

Full Name: Joshua Allen Benson Nickname: Josh Son of: Willie and Marilyn Benson Siblings: Jermaine (22) and Melloni (24) Birthday: February 21, 1990 Major: General Studies High School Coach: Peter Pullen AAU Team: Dayton Metro Career Goal: Go to the NBA and get into the field of coaching Why I Chose UD: UD is a great place to be and to play. Also it is a place where I can grow and mature as a young man.

FLYER 44’s

Junior Norris (1950-51), George Woywood (1951-52), Bob Sullivan (1964-65), Allen Elijah (1972-75), Tim Pohlman (1976-80), Tim Robbe (1982-83), Dave Colbert (1984-86), Troy McCracken (1986-90), Andrew Gaydosh (1990-94), Matt Cooper (1996-2000), Jason Osborne (2001-02), James Cripe (2003-06)

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Pct Reb Avg Ast .600 62 1.8 10 .600 62 1.8 10

Blk 4 4

Stl Pts 5 85 5 85

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2009-10

Josh Benson played in 35 games in his first season for the Flyers with averages of 2.4 points and 1.8 rebounds per game. Benson totaled 85 points and grabbed 62 rebounds for the season while displaying rare athleticism and mobility for a big man. He played 283 minutes (8.1 per game) and ranked fifth on the team with a field goal percentage of .493 (35-of-71). In the win at rival Miami, Benson scored four points and grabbed a rebound. He scored a career-high 10 points on 5-of-7 shooting, hauled in seven rebounds and had two steals in the win over Presbyterian. In the following game against Appalachian State,he scored four points and grabbed a career-high eight rebounds. He had seven points on 3-of-3 shooting from the foul line, and two assists against Boston. In the road match-up against Xavier, Benson tallied eight points and dished out a career-high three assists. At Saint Louis, he netted five points and grabbed four rebounds. He had nine points on 3-of-5 shooting against La Salle. In the home match-up with Saint Louis, Benson scored four points and hauled in five rebounds.

2008-09

Benson suffered a torn right labrum in early November and redshirted the 2008-09 season.

HIGH SCHOOL

Benson had the luxury of playing for the powerful Dunbar Wolverine program. Dunbar is one of the few schools in Ohio that generally has had an abundance of big men in the program, which meant as a younger player he was challenged by bigger and stronger players in his own program on a daily basis. That situation paid dividends when as a junior, Benson came through in the 2007 OHSAA Division II championship game. He scored 16 points and was named MVP of the game as Dunbar won its second straight state title. For the year, he averaged 9.1 points, 6.0 rebounds and 3.0 blocks and was named Third Team AllOhio. After his final season at Dunbar, Benson was named to the AP Ohio Division II First Team and also picked up Southwest District Player of the Year honors. He was rated No. 31 amongst power forwards in his class by ESPN.com while leading Dunbar to its second straight state championship. olverine program. Dunbar is one of the few schools in Ohio that generally has had an abundance of big men in the program, which meant as a younger player he was challenged by bigger and stronger players in his own program on a daily basis. That situation paid dividends when Benson came through in the 2007 OHSAA Division II championship game. He scored 16 points and was named MVP of the game as Dunbar won its second straight state title. For the year, he averaged 9.1 points, 6.0 rebounds and 3.0 blocks and was named Third Team All-Ohio. After his final season at Dunbar, Benson was named to the AP Ohio Division II First Team and also picked up Southwest District Player of the Year honors. He was rated No. 31 amongst power forwards in his class by ESPN.com. while leading Dunbar to its second straight state championship.

Versatile post who has great length and athleticism. His ability to run the floor and rebound the basketball on both ends makes him a difficult matchup.

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kevin dillard The Flyers gained their second top-shelf transfer from the MIssouri Valley Conference in as many years when Kevin Dillard chose to continue his college career at UD. Dillard comes to UD from Southern Illinois, where he led the Salukis in scoring in 2008-09 and 2009-10. He will sit out the 2010-11 season and have two years in a Dayton uniform to close out his college career. A tremendously creative offensive player, he posesses the quickness, strength and shooting touch to excel in late clock situations. Dillard is a former Mr. Basketball in the state of Illinois, and one of four Chicago-area products on the Dayton roster.

#1 CLASS: RS Sophomore

CAREER STATS Year (AT SIU) 2008-09 2009-10 CAREER

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Pct

3Pt

31 29 60

22 959 128 290 .441 57 27 837 112 265 .423 31 49 1796 240 555 .432 88

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Att

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126 .452 64 88 .727 63 2.0 97 .320 102 132 .773 91 3.1 223 .395 166 220 .755 154 2.5

Ast

Blk

Stl

129 146 275

5 4 9

40 377 12.2 33 357 12.3 73 734 12.2

POSITION: Guard HEIGHT: 6-1 WEIGHT: 170 HOMETOWN: Homewood, IL High School – Homewood-Flossmoor

career highs Dillard scored a career-high 23 points at Saint Louis on December 5, 2009 while playing for SIU.

PERSONAL DATA

Full Name: Kevin Dillard II Nickname: KD Son of: Kevin Dillard, Sr. Siblings: Jordan and Jared Dillard Birthday: October 15, 1989 Major: General Studies High School Coach: Jim McLaughlin AAU Team: Meanstreets Career Goal: Improve as much as I can and play at the highest level Why I Chose UD: I chose UD because of the strong support system. I could become a better player, student, and man from this experience. 66

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Monty Scott (2003-07), London Warren (2006-10)

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History

Dillard, a 6’0” 170 pound point guard will be eligible to play for the Flyers beginning in the 2011-2012 season, with two years of eligibility remaining. The former 2008 Mr. Basketball for Illinois is a transfer from Southern Illinois University, where he led the Salukis in scoring as a freshman and sophomore. Dillard appeared in 29 games in the 2009-2010 season for the Salukis, including 27 starts. He averaged 12.3 points, 5 assists, 3 rebounds and 1.1 steals per game while shooting .423 from the field (112-265) and .773 from the free throw line (102-132). He also had a stellar assist-to-turnover ratio of 2.03. Dillard led the Missouri Valley Conference in assists per game, was fourth in assist-to-turnover ratio, ninth in steals, and 12th in scoring. Dillard was selected as Freshman of the Year in the Missouri Valley Conference after the 2008-2009 season. During that season, Dillard averaged 12.2 points, 4.2 assists, 2 rebounds, and 1.3 steals while shooting .441 from the field (129-290), including a three-point percentage of .452 (57-126). Dillard was ranked second in the Missouri Valley Conference in three-point percentage, and third in assists. As a high school senior, Dillard was ranked as the number 136 overall player on rivals.com for the class of 2008. Dillard averaged 23.3 points, 5.6 assists and 4.3 rebounds per game and led Homewood-Flossmoor to a 27-2 record. Seven of the previous eight winners of the Mr. Basketball award for Illinois have played in the NBA. The eight previous winners are Darius Miles (2000), Eddy Curry (2001), Dee Brown (2002), Shannon Brown (2003), Shaun Livingston (2004), Julian Wright (2005), Jon Scheyer (2006), and Derrick Rose (2007).

Gifted playmaker. Very good with the basketball and can consistently knock down the 3-point shot. Excellent vision and passing ability leads to easy baskets.

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juwan staten The Flyers landed their fourth top local product in as many years when lightning-quick point guard Juwan Staten signed his letter of intent to play basketball for UD. Staten committed to Dayton while a sophomore in high school. The 5’11 170 pound point guard spent his first three years of high school at Thurgood Marshall before transferring to the prestigious Oak Hill Academy his senior year. In addition, Staten was the starting point guard on the three-time AAU national championship team, All-Ohio Red. Oak Hill coach Steve Smith has nothing but praise when describing his former starting point guard by saying that “I don’t like to compare guards, but he’s as quick as any guard I’ve had except Ty Lawson. He really pushes the ball. Brandon Jennings was quick. But Ty and Juwan are the quickest point guards I’ve had.” Oak Hill has produced numerous NBA point guards, including Rod Strickland, Rajon Rondo, Lawson, Jennings, Marcus Williams and Steve Blake.

History

At Thurgood Marshall, Staten led his team to the Ohio Division II state finals where he finished with 28 points, four assists, two rebounds and one steal while playing all 32 minutes of the 59-53 loss to Akron St. Vincent St. Mary’s. During that same season, Staten was selected as the Dayton Area Division II Player of the Year and second team All-Ohio Division II while averaging 21 points and 9.3 assists. As a sophomore, Staten was selected to the All-Ohio Division II third team while averaging 24 points and 9 assists. In addition, Staten averaged 19 points and 7 assists as a high school freshman. As a senior, Staten helped lead Oak Hill to the #1 ranking in the state of Virginia and a 29-4 record overall, including an undefeated record at home. Staten also helped Oak Hill to a #7 national ranking according to a USA Today poll and a #12 national ranking by ESPN.

#3

Staten was rated as the #49 overall player and #13 overall point guard on rivals.com for the 2010 recruiting class. In addition, ESPN rated Staten as the #71 overall player and the #12 overall point guard, and ESPN writer Paul Biancardi ranks Staten as the #9 freshman who will make an immediate impact this season. CollegeChalk Talk.com projects him to be the Atlantic 10 Freshman of the Year.

CLASS: Freshman POSITION: Guard HEIGHT: 6-0 WEIGHT: 189 HOMETOWN: Dayton, OH High School – Oak Hill Academy

PERSONAL DATA

Full Name: Juwan Staten Nickname: The Blur Parents: Billy Staten and Cecilia Hill Siblings: Katina Hill and Kimberley Houston Birthday: May 21, 1992 Major: Communication High School Coach: Steve Smith AAU Team: All-Ohio Red Career Goal: To play in the NBA. Afterwards I would like to be a college coach or be a commentator for ESPN. Why UD: It is a great college, known for stellar academic success, close to home, and easy for my parents to come and watch me play. I developed a great relationship with Coach Gregory and the rest of the coaching staff that 68 was impossible to pass up. I also liked the style of play as well as the players who are in the program.

Jet-quick point guard who has the knack for making the players around him better. His speed and quickness allow him to control the tempo on both sides of the ball.

FLYER 3’s

Jack Zimmerman (1978-80), Sedric Toney (1983-83), David Bradds (1987-91), Ryan Perryman (1994-98), Ramod Marshall (2000-2004), Charles Little (2005-06), Andres Sandoval (2006-07), Rob Lowery (2007-2010)

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devin oliver Oliver is a long and skilled combo wing who can play forward and guard. According to scouts, he is an outstanding shooter with good strength and ball skills. As a senior at Kalamazoo Central, Oliver averaged 17 points, 10.5 rebounds, 3.6 assists, and 2.5 steals. He helped lead Kalamazoo Central to a top-three ranking in the state of Michigan Class A and to an undefeated record in the school’s division. He also led Kalamazoo Central to a 74-65 victory over Ann Arbor Huron in the Class A State Tournament Final. Oliver had a game-high 26 points, including 12 in the fourth quarter. Kalamazoo Central finished that season at 27-1. Oliver was a two-time All-State performer and finished fifth for Mr. Basketball in the state of Michigan his senior year. The 6’7” 200 pound small forward was named MVP of the 2010 Michigan Prep All-Star Game. Oliver just missed a triple-double as he led his All-Star team to a 101-98 victory with 24 points, 13 rebounds, 8 assists, and 3 steals. Oliver also excels in the classroom. He finished with a 3.86 grade point average in high school, and was part of a team of students who produced the winning video in the national Race To The Top Commencement Challenge. First place was having President Barack Obama deliver the commencement address at Kalamazoo Central’s graduation.

#5 CLASS: Freshman POSITION: F/G HEIGHT: 6-7 WEIGHT: 200 HOMETOWN: Kalamazoo, MI High School – Kalamazoo Central

Long and versatile forward. Very good ball handler and passer for a player with his size. Perimeter jump shooting ability and his knack to make plays off the dribble make him difficult to defend.

PERSONAL DATA

Full Name: Devin Michael Oliver Nickname: DMO Son of: Kelvin Oliver and Amy Oliver Siblings: Miya Oliver (15) Birthday: July 2, 1992 Major: Discover Arts High School Coach: Michael Thomas AAU Team: Michigan Mustangs Career Goal: To play in the NBA or become an ESPN broadcaster Why I Chose UD: The coaches, family atmosphere, academic success, and winning program

FLYER 5’s

Andy Meyer (1992-96), Darnell Hoskins (1996-97), Chad Vorhis (1997-98), Nate Green (1998-2003), Nick Stafford (2004-07)

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brandon spearman Spearman is a strong and physical guard who plays with energy and urgency. The 6’3” 194 pound athletic swingman’s strong body allows him to play tough defense, and he shows great anticipation in the passing lanes. According to rivals.com, Spearman was the 139th-rated player overall and the 39th-rated shooting guard for the class of 2010. He also was rated as the 15th best player from the state of Illinois, according to chicagohoops.com. As a senior at Simeon High School, Spearman averaged 14.7 points and 7.5 rebounds per game while leading his team to the 4A State Championship in Illinois. Spearman came up clutch for Simeon on their way to the 4A State Championship. He led his team in scoring in all seven state tournament games, and he forced overtime with a difficult three pointer and double overtime with two free throws in a 58-50 victory over Benet in the sectionals. In the championship game, he scored a game high 13 points as Simeon defeated Young 51-36. Spearman was named as a unanimous selection to the all-tournament team and was named tournament MVP. It was the fourth state title for Simeon and first since Derrick Rose led the school to back-to-back titles in 2006 and 2007. Spearman brings incredible intangibles to the 2010 Flyer recruiting class. Simeon basketball coach Robert Smith states that Spearman “worked hard every day and kept telling me he was going to win us a state championship. He never gave up.” Scouts describe Spearman as being “all about hustle and hard work. He is the glue guy that always gives his best effort on the floor. He will dive for loose balls, make energy plays and do what it takes for his team to win.”

#32 CLASS: Freshman POSITION: Guard HEIGHT: 6-3 WEIGHT: 194 HOMETOWN: Chicago, IL High School - Simeon

High-energy player who has the ability to greatly impact the game on both ends of the floor. Very good defender and finisher in transition.

PERSONAL DATA

Full Name: Brandon Spearman Nickname: B Son of: William and Belinda Spearman Siblings: Julius (24), Marcus (23), Reggie (14) Birthday: June 18, 1991 Major: Communications High School Coach: Robert Smith AAU Team: Illinois Warriors Career Goal: To make it to the NBA Why I Chose UD: Because of the great coach and staff, and the fans

FLYER 32’s

Don Donoher (1951-52), Tom Frericks (1952-53), Pat Allen (1958-61), Dennis Papp (1963-66), Jerry Francis (1967-68), Jack Keehan (1968-71), Dan Herling (1972-75), Mike Wilson (1975-76), George Morrison (1978-82), Negele Knight (1985-90), Maurice Beyina (1993-97), Sammy Smith (2000-02) Chris Alvarez (2004-06), Marcus Johnson (2006-10)

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ralph hill Hill is an athletic and skilled combo forward from Westerville North High School and played AAU basketball for CBIZ. As a high school senior, Hill averaged 22.6 points per game while leading his team to an 18-5 record. He was named First Team All-Central District and was also selected to the Division I All-Ohio Third Team. Hill, a 6’6” 195 pound small forward, is known for his ability to knock down shots. In the Ohio North-South All-Star game, Hill connected on 9-of-13 field goals to finish with 18 points. Hill led Westerville North to a victory at Dublin Scioto, scoring 30 points, which included six three pointers. He also scored 26 points and chipped in four three pointers in a win against rival Westerville Central. Hill also has a knack for knocking down free throws. He made 8-of-8 free throws in scoring 28 points and collected nine rebounds, three assists and three steals to help Westerville North defeat Flora Macdonald Academy in the 2010 Flyin’ to the Hoop Tournament. In the past, Hill has earned the trust of his coaches and his players. Hill’s former high school point guard contends that “Ralph works hard to win. He plays hard every single practice. He wants to be perfect. With him, it all starts in the offseason.” Furthermore, Hill’s high school coach describes him as “not just a basketball player, but a fast player with great hands and skill. Ralph gets better every year. He works at it. You can tell him what to work on and he goes at it.”

#50 CLASS: Freshman POSITION: Forward HEIGHT: 6-6 WEIGHT: 210 HOMETOWN: Westerville, OH High School – Westerville North

Versatile forward who has a very diverse skill set. Has really improved his strength in the preseason. Runs the floor very well and can stretch the defense with his perimeter shooting ability.

PERSONAL DATA

Full Name: Ralph Hill IV Son of: Ralph Hill III and Vickie Stewart Siblings: Karmen Auble (14) Birthday: December 19, 1991 Major: Discover Arts High School Coach: Scott McGlade AAU Team: CBIZ Why I Chose UD: Great basketball program, and a highly regarded academic program.

FLYER 50’s

Steve Lawrence (1969-73), Jeff Zern (1982-86), Nic Cordero (1996-98)

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brian vonderhaar

#21

Brian Vonderhaar is a sophomore from Cincinnati, Ohio where he attended Archbishop Moeller High School. The 6’0” 170 pound guard is known for his high basketball IQ and his ability to shoot the basketball. As a senior at Moeller, Vonderhaar earned first team all-league honors and honorable mention all-district by averaging 9.4 points while playing 17 minutes per game. He shot the basketball incredibly well with a three point percentage of 47.9% (46-96), a field goal percentage of 54.1% (72-133), and he shot 90% from the foul line (27-30). Moeller finished the season 20-3 and was co-league champions in the Greater Catholic League. Brian was also invited to participate in the Cincinnati East/West All-Star game his senior year. As a senior, Vonderhaar was named as the Tri-County Press Sportsman of the Year, and received the Man of Moeller Award and the Gold Shield Award. The Man of Moeller Award was voted on by the players and coaches, and it is given to the player or manager who best exemplifies what it means to be a Man of Moeller through various achievements on and off the court. The Gold Shield Award is given to a graduating senior, who through his academic achievements, extracurricular activities and spiritual life, best exemplifies the Moeller spirit. Vonderhaar also finished fourth in his high school class, and was a member of the National Honor Society.

CLASS: Sophomore POSITION: Guard HEIGHT: 6-0 WEIGHT: 170 HOMETOWN: Cincinnati, OH High School – Moeller

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PERSONAL DATA

Full Name: Brian Allen Vonderhaar Nickname: Vondy Son of: Allen and Kathy Vonderhaar Siblings: Jill (17), Craig (23), Doug (24) Birthday: October 10, 1990 Major: Finance and Entrepreneurship High School Coach: Carl Kremer AAU Team: Shining Star Career Goal: Go to Law School and/or start up my own business.

#52

Mitch Asmus fills the final walk-on position for the 2010-2011 men’s basketball team. The 6’ 5” 195 pound freshman from Okemos, Michigan averaged 7.9 points, 6.2 rebounds and 1.4 blocks per game during his senior year of high school. Asmus was named to the Lansing State Journal’s Honorable Mention team after his senior season. Prior to his senior year, greatlakeshoops.com ranked him number five, right behind future Flyer, LaDontae Henton, in their Lansing area top 10 players list. As a junior, he averaged 9.2 points, 9.0 rebounds and 3.1 blocked shots a game. He was all-conference and academic all-conference all three varsity seasons. Okemos was 21-3 in 2008-09, and 15-5 in 2009-10.

CLASS: Freshman POSITION: Forward HEIGHT: 6-5 WEIGHT: 195 HOMETOWN: Okemos, MI High School – Okemos

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Full Name: Mitchell Evan Asmus Nickname: Mitch Asmus Son of: Randy and Peg Asmus Siblings: Leigh (20) Birthday: August 4, 1992 Major: Business High School Coach: Dan Stolz AAU Team: Camp Darryl Career Goal: To be successful while enjoying my life Why I Chose UD: The people, academics and opportunities.


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2009-2010 review GAME BY GAME SUMMARY Record: Overall Home Away Neutral All Games 25-12 16-2 6-7 3-3 Conference 8-8 6-2 2-6 0-0 Non-Conference 17-4 10-0 4-1 3-3 Date

Time

Opponent

W/L Score

Attend

High Points

11/14/09 1:00pm CREIGHTON W 90-80 13435 (25)WRIGHT, Chris 11/19/09 11:30 am ET + vs Georgia Tech W 63-59 5073 (19)JOHNSON, Chris 11/20/09 3:00 pm ET + vs Villanova L 65-71 5762 (16)FABRIZIUS, Luke 11/22/09 5:30 pm ET + vs Kansas State L 75-83 8357 (16)JOHNSON, Chris 11/28/09 2:00 pm ET TOWSON W 74-69 12730 (20)WRIGHT, Chris 12/02/09 7:06 pm ET at Miami W 65-58 4820 (14)WRIGHT, Chris 12/5/09 2:00 pm ET LEHIGH W 89-71 12719 (16)WRIGHT, Chris 12/8/09 7 pm ET at George Mason W 56-55 5727 (14)JOHNSON, Chris 12/11/09 7:00 pm ET OLD DOMINION W 58-50 13159 (16)WRIGHT, Chris 12/19/09 8:00 pm ET PRESBYTERIAN W 71-52 12269 (15)PERRY, Mickey (15)WRIGHT, Chris 12/21/09 8:00 pm ET APPALACHIAN STATE W 65-49 13435 (15)PERRY, Mickey 12/29/09 7:00 pm ET BOSTON W 74-60 13435 (23)LOWERY, Rob 1/1/10 7:05 pm ET at New Mexico L 66-68 14586 (21)JOHNSON, Chris 1/5/10 8:00 PM ET BALL STATE W 59-35 13167 (10)WRIGHT, Chris 1/9/10 2:00 PM ET * DUQUESNE Wot 78-72 13435 (26)JOHNSON, Chris 1/13/10 9:00 pm ET * at Fordham W 74-58 7040 (13)FABRIZIUS, Luke 1/16/10 11:00 am ET * at Xavier L 74-78 10250 (17)JOHNSON, Marcus 1/20/10 7:00 pm ET * GEORGE WASHINGTON W 66-51 12630 (14)WRIGHT, Chris 1/23/10 6:05 pm ET * at Saint Joseph’s L 59-60 4200 (28)WRIGHT, Chris 1/26/10 7:00 pm ET * RHODE ISLAND L 64-65 12501 (12)WRIGHT, Chris (12)WARREN, London 1/30/10 7:00 pm ET * at St. Bonaventure W 75-58 5290 (12)JOHNSON, Chris 2/6/10 12:00 PM ET * XAVIER W 90-65 13435 (18)JOHNSON, Chris 2/10/10 7:00 PM ET * CHARLOTTE W 75-47 12716 (30)WRIGHT, Chris 2/13/10 3 pm CT * at Saint Louis Lo2 65-68 9453 (16)WRIGHT, Chris (16)SEARCY, Devin 2/18/10 7:00 PM ET * LA SALLE W 68-54 12664 (16)JOHNSON, Marcus 2/21/10 1:00 pm ET * at Duquesne L 71-73 5144 (21)JOHNSON, Chris 2/24/10 6:36 pm ET * at Temple L 41-49 5833 (12)WRIGHT, Chris 2/27/10 7:00 pm ET * MASSACHUSETTS W 96-68 13435 (15)PERRY, Mickey 3/4/10 7:00 pm ET * at Richmond L 56-60 7121 (13)JOHNSON, Chris 3/6/10 7:00 pm ET * SAINT LOUIS L 66-71 13435 (15)WRIGHT, Chris 3/9/10 7:00 pm ET & GEORGE WASHINGTON W 70-60 6930 (16)JOHNSON, Marcus 3/12/10 6:30 pm ET & vs Xavier L 73-78 6029 (18)JOHNSON, Marcus 3/17/10 7:00 pm ET * ILLINOIS STATE W 63-42 5127 (13)JOHNSON, Chris 3/22/10 9:00 pm ET * at Cincinnati W 81-66 6479 (16)JOHNSON, Marcus 3/24/10 8:00 pn CT * at Illinois W 77-71 8548 (18)JOHNSON, Chris 3/30/10 7:00 pm ET * vs Ole Miss W 68-63 11689 (22)JOHNSON, Chris 4/1/10 7:00 pm ET * vs North Carolina W 79-68 9827 (20)JOHNSON, Marcus

Attendance Summary Home Away Neutral TOTAL

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Games Totals Avg/Game 18 220657 12259 13 94491 7269 6 46737 7790 37 361885 9781

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High Rebounds (15)JOHNSON, Chris (7)JOHNSON, Chris (9)FABRIZIUS, Luke (10)WRIGHT, Chris (9)WRIGHT, Chris (8)JOHNSON, Chris (10)WRIGHT, Chris (6)JOHNSON, Marcus (12)WRIGHT, Chris (8)WRIGHT, Chris (8)WILLIAMS, Paul (8)BENSON, Josh (8)WRIGHT, Chris (10)WRIGHT, Chris (10)JOHNSON, Chris (20)JOHNSON, Chris (11)WRIGHT, Chris (16)JOHNSON, Chris (12)WRIGHT, Chris (9)WARREN, London (9)HUELSMAN, Kurt (8)JOHNSON, Marcus (9)WRIGHT, Chris (9)WRIGHT, Chris (12)JOHNSON, Chris (8)SEARCY, Devin (6)HUELSMAN, Kurt (6)JOHNSON, Chris (6)WRIGHT, Chris (13)WRIGHT, Chris (8)WARREN, London (10)HUELSMAN, Kurt (8)WRIGHT, Chris (6)WARREN, London (5)HUELSMAN, Kurt (11)WRIGHT, Chris (8)WARREN, London (8)JOHNSON, Marcus (11)WRIGHT, Chris (9)JOHNSON, Chris (9)WRIGHT, Chris

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INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS - ALL GAMES Record: Overall Home Away Neutral All Games 25-12 16-2 6-7 3-3 Conference 8-8 6-2 2-6 0-0 Non-Conference 17-4 10-0 4-1 3-3 No. Player

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33 WRIGHT, Chris 37 37 1058 28.6 187 373 .501 8 38 .211 125 185 .676 92 177 269 7.3 84 1 44 87 53 37 507 13.7 04 JOHNSON, Chris 36 23 868 24.1 139 329 .422 66 189 .349 84 99 .848 84 166 250 6.9 68 1 28 43 12 34 428 11.9 32 JOHNSON, Marcus 36 28 896 24.9 124 283 .438 25 95 .263 61 97 .629 18 101 119 3.3 83 1 69 58 7 31 334 9.3 03 LOWERY, Rob 31 8 607 19.6 71 189 .376 46 122 .377 38 49 .776 12 56 68 2.2 63 0 108 69 1 26 226 7.3 22 WILLIAMS, Paul 36 10 736 20.4 65 175 .371 39 111 .351 33 44 .750 15 64 79 2.2 70 1 63 53 3 14 200 5.4 23 FABRIZIUS, Luke 25 0 233 9.3 42 114 .368 37 91 .407 1 3 .333 10 28 38 1.5 29 0 4 8 4 0 122 4.9 41 HUELSMAN, Kurt 37 37 804 21.7 59 119 .496 0 0 .000 51 84 .607 67 95 162 4.4 66 0 20 46 21 18 169 4.6 01 WARREN, London 37 34 770 20.8 56 109 .514 0 2 .000 54 93 .581 17 111 128 3.5 102 3 153 85 7 46 166 4.5 34 SEARCY, Devin 37 4 521 14.1 56 95 .589 0 0 .000 31 53 .585 46 58 104 2.8 53 1 11 29 13 13 143 3.9 44 BENSON, Josh 35 0 283 8.1 35 71 .493 0 0 .000 15 25 .600 20 42 62 1.8 35 0 10 24 4 5 85 2.4 35 KAVANAUGH, Matt 14 0 43 3.1 5 12 .417 0 0 .000 1 2 .500 7 4 11 0.8 6 0 1 5 1 0 11 0.8 40 ZESTERMANN, Peter 5 0 7 1.4 1 3 .333 0 0 .000 1 2 .500 4 2 6 1.2 0 0 0 2 0 0 3 0.6 25 NOURSE, Logan 3 0 4 1.3 0 2 .000 0 2 .000 1 2 .500 0 0 0 0.0 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0.3 24 HENDRICK, Luke 10 0 11 1.1 1 5 .200 0 2 .000 0 0 .000 0 1 1 0.1 1 0 0 1 0 1 2 0.2 12 FOX, Dan 11 0 25 2.3 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 4 .000 1 2 3 0.3 5 0 0 2 0 1 0 0.0 TEAM 36 51 87 2.4 3 Total 37 7475 909 2050 .443 256 744 .344 525 789 .665 438 995 1433 38.7 729 11 544 535 128 237 2599 70.2 Opponents 37 7475 778 1981 .393 217 710 .306 532 810 .657 374 843 1217 32.9 702 - 412 520 117 227 2305 62.3

Score By Periods: Dayton Opponents

1st 2nd OT OT2 Total 1231 1342 20 6 2599 1065 1217 14 9 2305

Deadball Rebounds: Dayton Opponents

Off Def Total 118 3 121 109 6 115

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS - CONFERENCE GAMES Record: Overall Home Away Neutral All Games 8-8 6-2 2-6 0-0 Conference 8-8 6-2 2-6 0-0 Non-Conference 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 No. Player

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GP GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct 3FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg

33 WRIGHT, Chris 16 16 467 29.2 89 182 .489 3 18 .167 53 83 .639 41 82 123 7.7 37 0 18 34 31 16 234 14.6 04 JOHNSON, Chris 16 12 409 25.6 59 147 .401 29 85 .341 37 44 .841 44 75 119 7.4 24 0 13 20 5 9 184 11.5 32 JOHNSON, Marcus 16 10 382 23.9 53 113 .469 8 31 .258 26 36 .722 10 50 60 3.8 36 0 21 26 3 15 140 8.8 03 LOWERY, Rob 16 5 340 21.3 36 107 .336 22 59 .373 23 31 .742 7 29 36 2.3 37 0 61 41 0 15 117 7.3 01 WARREN, London 16 15 328 20.5 29 54 .537 0 2 .000 31 45 .689 6 49 55 3.4 42 2 68 35 2 20 89 5.6 00 PERRY, Mickey 16 0 269 16.8 32 80 .400 16 43 .372 7 12 .583 3 18 21 1.3 27 0 28 19 0 4 87 5.4 41 HUELSMAN, Kurt 16 16 359 22.4 25 56 .446 0 0 .000 24 43 .558 33 49 82 5.1 30 0 7 19 12 3 74 4.6 34 SEARCY, Devin 16 0 211 13.2 23 44 .523 0 0 .000 16 26 .615 24 30 54 3.4 24 0 4 12 8 6 62 3.9 22 WILLIAMS, Paul 15 6 270 18.0 20 53 .377 13 34 .382 1 3 .333 5 23 28 1.9 30 2 7 8 1 3 54 3.6 23 FABRIZIUS, Luke 10 0 69 6.9 10 31 .323 8 23 .348 0 1 .000 6 3 9 0.9 10 0 1 3 0 0 28 2.8 44 BENSON, Josh 16 0 133 8.3 17 30 .567 0 0 .000 8 16 .500 9 21 30 1.9 10 0 6 12 2 0 42 2.6 35 KAVANAUGH, Matt 6 0 15 2.5 2 6 .333 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 4 2 6 1.0 1 0 1 2 0 0 4 0.7 24 HENDRICK, Luke 4 0 6 1.5 1 3 .333 0 1 .000 0 0 .000 0 1 1 0.3 1 0 0 1 0 1 2 0.5 25 NOURSE, Logan 2 0 3 1.5 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 1 2 .500 0 0 0 0.0 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0.5 40 ZESTERMANN, Peter 2 0 4 2.0 0 1 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 1 1 2 1.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 12 FOX, Dan 5 0 10 2.0 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 2 .000 0 0 0 0.0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 TEAM 17 26 43 2.7 3 Total 16 3275 396 907 .437 99 296 .334 227 344 .660 210 459 669 41.8 312 4 236 235 64 92 1118 69.9 Opponents 16 3275 333 874 .381 97 316 .307 234 361 .648 161 362 523 32.7 299 - 170 206 61 106 997 62.3

Score By Periods: Dayton Opponents

1st 2nd OT OT2 Total 511 581 20 6 1118 439 535 14 9 997

Deadball Rebounds: Dayton Opponents

Off Def Total 55 0 55 48 1 49

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2009-2010 review GAME BY GAME TEAM STATISTICS - DAYTON Opponent

Total 3-Pts Date

CREIGHTON 11/14/09 vs Georgia Tech 11/19/09 vs Villanova 11/20/09 vs Kansas State 11/22/09 TOWSON 11/28/09 at Miami 12/02/09 LEHIGH 12/5/09 at George Mason 12/8/09 OLD DOMINION 12/11/09 PRESBYTERIAN 12/19/09 APPALACHIAN STATE 12/21/09 BOSTON 12/29/09 at New Mexico 1/1/10 BALL STATE 1/5/10 DUQUESNE 1/9/10 at Fordham 1/13/10 at Xavier 1/16/10 GEORGE WASHINGTON 1/20/10 at Saint Joseph’s 1/23/10 RHODE ISLAND 1/26/10 at St. Bonaventure 1/30/10 XAVIER 2/6/10 CHARLOTTE 2/10/10 at Saint Louis 2/13/10 LA SALLE 2/18/10 at Duquesne 2/21/10 at Temple 2/24/10 MASSACHUSETTS 2/27/10 at Richmond 3/4/10 SAINT LOUIS 3/6/10 GEORGE WASHINGTON 3/9/10 vs Xavier 3/12/10 ILLINOIS STATE 3/17/10 at Cincinnati 3/22/10 at Illinois 3/24/10 vs Ole Miss 3/30/10 vs North Carolina 4/1/10 Dayton Opponents

Games played:����������������������������������37 Points/game:����������������������������������70.2 FG Pct:�����������������������������������������������44.3 3FG Pct:��������������������������������������������34.4 FT Pct:�����������������������������������������������66.5

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Score W/L FG FGA Pct 3FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 90-80 W 34 69 .493 9 27 .333 13 18 .722 14 25 39 39.0 23 20 9 4 4 90 90.0 63-59 W 22 51 .431 9 28 .321 10 15 .667 11 15 26 32.5 17 14 22 4 8 63 76.5 65-71 L 21 55 .382 11 29 .379 12 19 .632 9 26 35 33.3 23 11 17 5 6 65 72.7 75-83 L 26 57 .456 7 20 .350 16 27 .593 13 19 32 33.0 31 12 15 3 7 75 73.2 74-69 W 25 53 .472 8 21 .381 16 22 .727 10 24 34 33.2 15 20 13 2 3 74 73.4 65-58 W 22 45 .489 6 15 .400 15 22 .682 9 21 30 32.7 20 11 12 3 7 65 72.0 89-71 W 35 65 .538 8 19 .421 11 15 .733 14 25 39 33.6 22 20 18 1 7 89 74.4 56-55 W 20 50 .400 4 16 .250 12 17 .706 10 25 35 33.8 18 6 16 1 10 56 72.1 58-50 W 21 46 .457 4 14 .286 12 17 .706 6 26 32 33.6 20 14 16 2 5 58 70.6 71-52 W 26 55 .473 4 13 .308 15 23 .652 16 30 46 34.8 13 18 15 2 5 71 70.6 65-49 W 22 57 .386 7 24 .292 14 24 .583 14 24 38 35.1 14 16 7 1 8 65 70.1 74-60 W 27 51 .529 9 23 .391 11 14 .786 6 27 33 34.9 15 23 15 1 4 74 70.4 66-68 L 21 62 .339 8 33 .242 16 22 .727 17 26 43 35.5 33 10 16 3 10 66 70.1 59-35 W 23 51 .451 5 10 .500 8 16 .500 12 26 38 35.7 14 12 12 6 6 59 69.3 78-72 Wot 23 60 .383 6 21 .286 26 40 .650 16 34 50 36.7 20 13 18 5 1 78 69.9 74-58 W 30 59 .508 8 19 .421 6 11 .545 8 31 39 36.8 23 19 14 3 7 74 70.1 74-78 L 26 70 .371 6 20 .300 16 25 .640 25 26 51 37.6 25 15 12 7 7 74 70.4 66-51 W 22 55 .400 6 20 .300 16 22 .727 15 28 43 37.9 18 17 15 5 5 66 70.1 59-60 L 22 61 .361 3 22 .136 12 17 .706 13 29 42 38.2 18 14 17 4 9 59 69.5 64-65 L 24 53 .453 3 14 .214 13 19 .684 11 18 29 37.7 15 12 10 3 5 64 69.2 75-58 W 22 48 .458 6 12 .500 25 34 .735 13 32 45 38.0 18 14 15 6 4 75 69.5 90-65 W 31 55 .564 7 13 .538 21 29 .724 12 30 42 38.2 20 14 16 6 6 90 70.5 75-47 W 26 54 .481 7 20 .350 16 27 .593 12 32 44 38.5 23 16 11 4 7 75 70.7 65-68 Lot 27 58 .466 1 13 .077 10 20 .500 10 35 45 38.8 22 9 16 2 6 65 70.4 68-54 W 27 57 .474 6 15 .400 8 14 .571 7 27 34 38.6 7 20 13 5 11 68 70.3 71-73 L 24 50 .480 11 29 .379 12 15 .800 8 26 34 38.4 22 18 21 3 5 71 70.3 41-49 L 15 57 .263 5 17 .294 6 9 .667 12 33 45 38.6 21 10 12 3 5 41 69.3 96-68 W 34 62 .548 13 28 .464 15 22 .682 14 30 44 38.8 22 25 11 3 4 96 70.2 56-60 L 18 53 .340 6 18 .333 14 19 .737 20 24 44 39.0 19 9 20 2 5 56 69.7 66-71 L 25 55 .455 5 15 .333 11 21 .524 14 24 38 39.0 19 11 14 3 5 66 69.6 70-60 W 18 42 .429 8 21 .381 26 34 .765 7 21 28 38.6 17 10 11 3 4 70 69.6 73-78 L 24 54 .444 8 20 .400 17 26 .654 9 19 28 38.3 33 16 18 7 13 73 69.7 63-42 W 25 52 .481 7 19 .368 6 13 .462 9 33 42 38.4 16 17 18 5 9 63 69.5 81-66 W 28 58 .483 10 29 .345 15 24 .625 12 30 42 38.5 20 15 12 1 8 81 69.9 77-71 W 25 52 .481 8 18 .444 19 29 .655 9 31 40 38.5 16 13 15 2 7 77 70.1 68-63 W 19 57 .333 6 18 .333 24 32 .750 10 33 43 38.7 18 12 12 7 6 68 70.0 79-68 W 29 61 .475 11 31 .355 10 16 .625 11 30 41 38.7 19 18 11 1 8 79 70.2 2599 909 2050 .443 256 744 .344 525 789 .665 438 995 1433 38.7 729 544 535 128 237 2599 70.2 2305 778 1981 .393 217 710 .306 532 810 .657 374 843 1217 32.9 702 412 520 117 227 2305 62.3

Rebounds/game:��������������������������38.7 Assists/game:���������������������������������14.7 Turnovers/game:��������������������������14.5 Assist/turnover ratio:���������������������1.0 Steals/game:�������������������������������������6.4 Blocks/game:������������������������������������3.5

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GAME BY GAME TEAM STATISTICS - OPPONENTS Opponent

Total 3-Pts Date

CREIGHTON 11/14/09 vs Georgia Tech 11/19/09 vs Villanova 11/20/09 vs Kansas State 11/22/09 TOWSON 11/28/09 at Miami 12/02/09 LEHIGH 12/5/09 at George Mason 12/8/09 OLD DOMINION 12/11/09 PRESBYTERIAN 12/19/09 APPALACHIAN STATE 12/21/09 BOSTON 12/29/09 at New Mexico 1/1/10 BALL STATE 1/5/10 DUQUESNE 1/9/10 at Fordham 1/13/10 at Xavier 1/16/10 GEORGE WASHINGTON 1/20/10 at Saint Joseph’s 1/23/10 RHODE ISLAND 1/26/10 at St. Bonaventure 1/30/10 XAVIER 2/6/10 CHARLOTTE 2/10/10 at Saint Louis 2/13/10 LA SALLE 2/18/10 at Duquesne 2/21/10 at Temple 2/24/10 MASSACHUSETTS 2/27/10 at Richmond 3/4/10 SAINT LOUIS 3/6/10 GEORGE WASHINGTON 3/9/10 vs Xavier 3/12/10 ILLINOIS STATE 3/17/10 at Cincinnati 3/22/10 at Illinois 3/24/10 vs Ole Miss 3/30/10 vs North Carolina 4/1/10 Opponents Dayton

Games played:����������������������������������37 Points/game:����������������������������������62.3 FG Pct:�����������������������������������������������39.3 3FG Pct:��������������������������������������������30.6 FT Pct:�����������������������������������������������65.7

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Score W/L FG FGA Pct 3FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 90-80 W 28 58 .483 8 23 .348 16 23 .696 9 24 33 33.0 20 16 13 3 6 80 80.0 63-59 W 23 45 .511 2 8 .250 11 20 .550 13 21 34 33.5 17 7 26 0 8 59 69.5 65-71 L 22 59 .373 5 19 .263 22 29 .759 14 29 43 36.7 17 12 13 4 4 71 70.0 75-83 L 25 52 .481 6 14 .429 27 44 .614 17 27 44 38.5 26 11 16 4 6 83 73.2 74-69 W 26 56 .464 12 22 .545 5 12 .417 10 21 31 37.0 24 16 16 1 6 69 72.4 65-58 W 19 45 .422 7 17 .412 13 23 .565 11 18 29 35.7 18 10 14 3 7 58 70.0 89-71 W 22 52 .423 4 17 .235 23 27 .852 7 17 24 34.0 13 15 16 2 6 71 70.1 56-55 W 18 46 .391 3 14 .214 16 20 .800 6 23 29 33.4 17 12 15 1 6 55 68.2 58-50 W 20 51 .392 2 15 .133 8 17 .471 11 22 33 33.3 18 10 14 2 5 50 66.2 71-52 W 18 54 .333 8 22 .364 8 12 .667 9 17 26 32.6 21 11 13 3 6 52 64.8 65-49 W 16 45 .356 8 20 .400 9 13 .692 8 27 35 32.8 20 10 17 2 2 49 63.4 74-60 W 21 54 .389 10 30 .333 8 10 .800 6 21 27 32.3 18 16 14 2 2 60 63.1 66-68 L 19 40 .475 4 6 .667 26 43 .605 6 26 32 32.3 21 11 19 4 10 68 63.5 59-35 W 12 43 .279 1 10 .100 10 16 .625 8 19 27 31.9 14 6 15 4 2 35 61.4 78-72 Wot 26 69 .377 5 21 .238 15 27 .556 15 28 43 32.7 29 14 14 2 6 72 62.1 74-58 W 17 50 .340 6 19 .316 18 26 .692 7 24 31 32.6 14 5 14 4 9 58 61.9 74-78 L 22 55 .400 10 19 .526 24 30 .800 11 23 34 32.6 20 10 8 10 6 78 62.8 66-51 W 20 49 .408 3 16 .188 8 17 .471 8 22 30 32.5 19 11 14 5 5 51 62.2 59-60 L 21 53 .396 5 17 .294 13 17 .765 5 24 29 32.3 15 12 16 4 9 60 62.1 64-65 L 24 55 .436 10 23 .435 7 11 .636 14 20 34 32.4 16 10 15 6 2 65 62.2 75-58 W 21 57 .368 4 19 .211 12 24 .500 12 18 30 32.3 26 10 9 4 10 58 62.0 90-65 W 21 56 .375 8 23 .348 15 20 .750 8 16 24 31.9 23 10 16 1 6 65 62.1 75-47 W 12 48 .250 2 14 .143 21 31 .677 10 23 33 32.0 18 6 13 4 4 47 61.5 65-68 Lot 21 55 .382 11 27 .407 15 25 .600 4 27 31 31.9 17 12 11 5 7 68 61.8 68-54 W 22 64 .344 5 24 .208 5 9 .556 19 25 44 32.4 15 9 21 5 5 54 61.4 71-73 L 27 59 .458 2 18 .111 17 31 .548 15 20 35 32.5 17 15 11 1 9 73 61.9 41-49 L 17 53 .321 2 15 .133 13 21 .619 11 31 42 32.9 13 13 8 4 5 49 61.4 96-68 W 22 59 .373 6 19 .316 18 26 .692 11 19 30 32.8 21 8 11 1 5 68 61.6 56-60 L 20 47 .426 6 18 .333 14 20 .700 6 19 25 32.5 18 11 12 3 14 60 61.6 66-71 L 20 45 .444 12 24 .500 19 26 .731 5 23 28 32.3 18 14 13 2 4 71 61.9 70-60 W 22 49 .449 6 18 .333 10 16 .625 9 22 31 32.3 23 9 13 3 6 60 61.8 73-78 L 21 50 .420 3 15 .200 33 41 .805 13 26 39 32.5 21 7 18 3 8 78 62.3 63-42 W 17 51 .333 5 20 .250 3 10 .300 5 22 27 32.3 11 13 14 2 8 42 61.7 81-66 W 20 60 .333 6 31 .194 20 23 .870 12 22 34 32.4 23 12 12 2 6 66 61.9 77-71 W 29 77 .377 6 26 .231 7 14 .500 20 23 43 32.7 22 14 10 3 7 71 62.1 68-63 W 21 61 .344 6 26 .231 15 21 .714 10 30 40 32.9 21 8 11 6 5 63 62.1 79-68 W 26 59 .441 8 21 .381 8 15 .533 9 24 33 32.9 18 16 15 2 5 68 62.3 2305 778 1981 .393 217 710 .306 532 810 .657 374 843 1217 32.9 702 412 520 117 227 2305 62.3 2599 909 2050 .443 256 744 .344 525 789 .665 438 995 1433 38.7 729 544 535 128 237 2599 70.2

Rebounds/game:��������������������������32.9 Assists/game:���������������������������������11.1 Turnovers/game:��������������������������14.1 Assist/turnover ratio:���������������������0.8 Steals/game:�������������������������������������6.1 Blocks/game:������������������������������������3.2

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2009-2010 review Dayton 90 Creighton 80 Game #1 · 11/14/09 · UD Arena Chris Johnson had a double-double, and Chris Wright led a secondhalf surge that carried No. 21 Dayton to a 90-80 victory over Creighton in an opening matchup of teams that won 27 games apiece last season. Dayton, ranked in the preseason poll for the first time since 1967, overcame a 10-point deficit in the first half and regrouped, pulling away in the closing minutes. The Flyers won their 21st in a row on their home floor, tying the school record. Johnson scored 18 points and had a career-high 15 rebounds. Wright scored 25 points on 9-of-12 shooting. P’Allen Stinnett scored 18 points, leading five Bluejays in double figures. Wayne Runnels scored 12 points as Creighton held on for a 46-41 halftime lead. The Bluejays shot 56 percent against Dayton’s defense. Wright took over the game and pulled the Flyers out of their doldrums at the start of the second half. He hit a 3, a jumper and a pair of free throws, blocked a shot and drew three fouls in the opening 2 minutes, 24 seconds, helping Dayton surge to a 53-50 lead. It stayed close the rest of the way, with one tie and three lead changes. Johnson’s unguarded 3-pointer from the left corner made it 82-75 with 2:17 left, Dayton’s biggest lead to that point. Wright’s three-point play helped put it away. Creighton Total 3-Pts Rebounds ## Player fg fga fg fga ft fta of de tot pf tp a to blka s min 24 ASHFORD, Darryl f 5 8 1 2 2 3 0 2 2 3 13 0 3 0a 1 26 25 LAWSON JR., Kenny f 3 3 0 0 2 4 0 3 3 3 8 0 2 2a 0 18 03 WITTER, Cavel g 4 11 0 2 3 4 0 3 3 4 11 4 3 0a 2 26 10 STINNETT, P’Allen g 5 11 3 7 5 5 2 2 4 4 18 2 3 1a 3 28 15 KORVER, Kaleb g 1 4 1 3 0 0 1 0 1 0 3 1 0 0a 0 28 00 JONES, Josh 0 5 0 4 0 0 1 4 5 1 0 2 0 0a 0 16 12 BOCK, Andrew 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 0a 0 5 23 RUNNELS, Wayne 6 7 0 0 4 6 3 6 9 2 16 2 0 0a 0 21 30 YOUNG, Antoine 0 3 0 1 0 1 0 2 2 0 0 4 1 0a 0 19 34 WRAGGE, Ethan 4 5 3 4 0 0 1 1 2 3 11 0 0 0a 0 13 TEAM 1 1 asx Totals 28 58 8 23 16 23 9 24 33 20 80 16 13 3asx6 200 TOTAL FG%: 48.3% 3-Pt. FG%: 34.8% F Throw %: 69.6% Dayton Total 3-Pts Rebounds ## Player fg fga fg fga ft fta of de tot pf tp a to blka s min 33 WRIGHT, Chris f 9 12 2 2 5 7 3 5 8 2 25 1 0 2a 0 30 34 SEARCY, Devin f 3 3 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 3 6 1 0 0a 1 23 41 HUELSMAN, Kurt f 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 4 0 1 0 0a 1 11 01 WARREN, London g 1 2 0 0 2 2 2 3 5 4 4 8 4 0a 1 21 32 JOHNSON, Marcus g 6 13 0 4 1 3 1 2 3 1 13 3 1 0a 1 29 00 PERRY, Mickey 1 7 0 2 2 2 1 0 1 3 4 4 3 1a 0 20 04 JOHNSON, Chris 7 15 3 9 1 2 5 10 15 3 18 2 1 1a 0 27 22 WILLIAMS, Paul 3 5 1 2 2 2 0 1 1 1 9 0 0 0a 0 20 23 FABRIZIUS, Luke 3 10 3 8 0 0 0 1 1 0 9 0 0 0a 0 15 44 BENSON, Josh 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 0 0 0a 0 4 TEAM 1 1 2 asx Totals 34 69 9 27 13 18 14 25 39 23 90 20 9 4asx4 200 TOTAL FG%: 49.3% 3-Pt. FG%: 33.3% F Throw %: 72.2%

Officials: D.J. Carstensen, Jerry Heater, Dwayne Gladden Technical fouls: Creighton-None. Dayton-None. Attendance: 13435 Score by Periods Creighton Dayton

1st 2nd Total 46 34 80 41 49 90

Dayton 63 Georgia Tech 59 Game #2 · 11/19/09 · Coliseo de Puerto Rico · San Juan, PR 2009 O’Reilly Auto Parts Puerto Rico Tip-Off Paul Williams scored seven of his 13 points in the final minute, including a go-ahead 3-pointer, in No. 18 Dayton’s 63-59 win over No. 21 Georgia Tech in the opening game of the O’Reilly Auto Parts Puerto Rico Tip-Off. Chris Johnson scored 19 points for the Flyers (2-0), going 4-for-8 from behind the 3-point line. Luke Fabrizius added 12 points. Dayton coach Brian Gregory was not surprised by his Williams’ performance. The energetic Flyers came back on Johnson’s outside shooting, and Williams sealed the victory with his key 3 and by going 4-for-4 from the free throw line down the stretch. Dayton got 47 points from its backups. In the first half, Dayton took control with an 8-0 run capped by Chris Wright’s breakaway dunk that gave the Flyers a 30-20 lead three minutes before the break. Fabrizius hit two 3-pointers during the run. The Yellow Jackets rallied and eventually a 3-pointer by Brian Oliver gave Georgia Tech its first lead of the second half at 49-47 and a layup by Zachery Peacock on an offensive rebound with 4:37 to play gave them a 57-50 lead.

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Dayton Total 3-Pts Rebounds ## Player fg fga fg fga ft fta of de tot pf tp a to blka s min 33 WRIGHT, Chris f 2 8 0 2 3 5 2 1 3 2 7 0 6 0a 2 32 41 HUELSMAN, Kurt f 1 1 0 0 0 0 2 3 5 2 2 1 2 3a 0 22 34 SEARCY, Devin c 1 1 0 0 0 0 2 2 4 1 2 2 0 0a 0 20 01 WARREN, London g 2 3 0 0 1 2 2 1 3 2 5 4 1 1a 1 28 32 JOHNSON, Marcus g 0 5 0 4 0 0 0 2 2 4 0 1 5 0a 0 22 00 PERRY, Mickey 1 4 0 3 1 2 0 0 0 2 3 2 4 0a 0 14 04 JOHNSON, Chris 7 13 4 8 1 2 3 4 7 0 19 1 2 0a 3 28 22 WILLIAMS, Paul 4 9 1 4 4 4 0 1 1 2 13 3 1 0a 2 23 23 FABRIZIUS, Luke 4 7 4 7 0 0 0 0 0 2 12 0 1 0a 0 7 35 KAVANAUGH, Matt 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0a 0 4 TEAM 1 1 asx Totals 22 51 9 28 10 15 11 15 26 17 63 14 22 4asx8 200 TOTAL FG%: 43.1% 3-Pt. FG%: 32.1% F Throw %: 66.7% Georgia Tech Total 3-Pts Rebounds ## Player fg fga fg fga ft fta of de tot pf tp a to blka s min 13 Bell, D’Andre f 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 3 2 0 2 0a 0 23 14 Favors, Derrick f 4 6 0 0 2 4 4 2 6 3 10 2 3 0a 0 27 31 Lawal, Gani c 4 9 0 0 1 2 4 4 8 2 9 0 8 0a 0 24 00 Udofia, Mfon g 1 3 0 1 3 4 0 1 1 1 5 1 2 0a 1 23 01 Shumpert, Iman g 4 11 0 2 1 2 0 2 2 2 9 2 4 0a 3 34 03 Miller, Maurice 3 5 0 1 4 8 2 2 4 1 10 1 1 0a 3 20 04 Foreman, Nick 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0a 0 1 10 Storrs, Lance 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0a 0 5 11 Oliver, Brian 2 4 2 3 0 0 0 1 1 0 6 0 0 0a 0 11 34 Sheehan, Brad 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 0 0 0 0a 0 4 35 Peacock, Zachery 4 4 0 0 0 0 2 4 6 3 8 1 5 0a 1 26 41 Rice, Glen 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0a 0 2 TEAM 1 2 3 asx Totals 23 45 2 8 11 20 13 21 34 17 59 7 26 0asx8 201 TOTAL FG%: 51.1% 3-Pt. FG%: 25.0% F Throw %: 55.0%

Officials: Duke Edsall, Brad Ferrie, Terry Moore Technical fouls: Dayton-None. Georgia Tech-None. Attendance: 5073 Score by Periods Dayton Georgia Tech

1st 2nd Total 31 32 63 22 37 59

Dayton 65 Villanova 71

Dayton 75 Kansas State 83 Game #4 · 11/22/09 · Coliseo de Puerto Rico · San Juan, PR 2009 O’Reilly Auto Parts Puerto Rico Tip-Off

Game #3 · 11/20/09 · Coliseo de Puerto Rico · San Juan, PR 2009 Puerto Rico Tip-Off

A double-double from Chris Wright wasn’t enough as the No. 18/21 University of Dayton Flyers fell to the Kansas State Wildcats 83-75 in the third place game of the 2009 Puerto Rico Tip-Off.

Luke Fabrizius recorded career-highs of 16 points and nine rebounds, but a frantic second half rally came up short as the No. 19/21 Dayton Flyers lost 71-65 to the No. 5/6 Villanova Wildcats in the O’Reilly Auto Parts Puerto Rico Tip-Off.

Chris Johnson led the Flyers (2-2) with 16 points and six rebounds.

Chris Wright scored 15 points, Chris Johnson added 13 points and Mickey Perry chipped in with 10. Dayton drops to 2-1 overall.

However, as a team the Flyers shot 16-of-27 (53 percent) compared to the Wildcats who were 27-of-44 (61 percent) at the foul line.

Villanova led by 18 points early in the second half, but Dayon trimmed the lead to 62-60 with 2:23 to play when London Warren converted two free throws after he was fouled on a breakaway.

Paul Williams added 10 points and three assists for Dayton while London Warren tallied five points and five rebounds.

The Flyers climbed back into the game by shooting 7-for-16 from behind the 3-point line in the second half. Villanova outrebounded UD 43-35 and scored 13 points off Dayton’s 17 turnovers. Dayton Total 3-Pts Rebounds ## Player fg fga fg fga ft fta of de tot pf tp a to blka s min 33 WRIGHT, Chris f 4 6 1 1 6 8 2 2 4 4 15 0 6 2a 1 26 34 SEARCY, Devin f 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 0 2 0a 0 7 41 HUELSMAN, Kurt c 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 2 3 2 0 2 1 1a 0 19 01 WARREN, London g 1 2 0 0 2 2 0 2 2 4 4 2 6 0a 1 23 32 JOHNSON, Marcus g 1 10 0 4 3 7 1 5 6 3 5 3 0 1a 4 34 00 PERRY, Mickey 4 7 2 4 0 0 0 1 1 2 10 1 1 0a 0 20 04 JOHNSON, Chris 5 13 3 8 0 0 2 3 5 3 13 1 1 0a 0 24 22 WILLIAMS, Paul 0 4 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0a 0 22 23 FABRIZIUS, Luke 5 9 5 9 1 2 1 8 9 2 16 1 0 1a 0 23 44 BENSON, Josh 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0a 0 2 TEAM 2 3 5 asx Totals 21 55 11 29 12 19 9 26 35 23 65 11 17 5asx6 200 TOTAL FG%: 38.2% 3-Pt. FG%: 37.9% F Throw %: 63.2% Villanova Total 3-Pts Rebounds ## Player fg fga fg fga ft fta of de tot pf tp a to blka s min 00 PENA, Antonio f 4 5 0 0 5 8 3 4 7 4 13 1 1 1a 0 19 25 SUTTON, Maurice f 2 4 0 0 0 0 3 5 8 2 4 1 2 2a 0 30 01 REYNOLDS, Scottie g 3 12 0 3 2 2 0 2 2 2 8 5 2 0a 0 29 10 FISHER, Corey g 4 8 0 1 10 12 0 3 3 3 18 3 4 0a 2 31 24 STOKES, Corey g 1 9 1 3 0 0 1 5 6 2 3 0 3 0a 1 30 05 WAYNS, Maalik 0 3 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0a 0 7 23 CHEEK, Dominic 3 8 0 2 1 1 2 1 3 1 7 0 0 1a 0 16 31 KING, Taylor 4 9 4 8 2 4 3 6 9 2 14 0 1 0a 1 31 34 ARMWOOD, Isaiah 1 1 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 1 4 0 0 0a 0 7 TEAM 2 3 5 asx Totals 22 59 5 19 22 29 14 29 43 17 71 12 13 4asx4 199 TOTAL FG%: 37.3% 3-Pt. FG%: 26.3% F Throw %: 75.9%

Officials: Rick Randall, Terry Davis, Lee Cassell Technical fouls: Dayton-None. Villanova-None. Attendance: 5762 Score by Periods Dayton Villanova

1st 2nd Total 29 36 65 37 34 71

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Marcus Johnson scored 14 points on 6-of-13 shooting from the floor while Chris Johnson went 7-of-7 from the charity stripe.

As a team, the Flyers shot 46 percent from the floor. Wright shot 7-of10 from the floor and recorded six offensive rebounds. Dayton Total 3-Pts Rebounds ## Player fg fga fg fga ft fta of de tot pf tp a to blka s min 33 WRIGHT, Chris f 7 10 0 0 1 2 6 4 10 4 15 1 2 0a 1 25 34 SEARCY, Devin f 1 2 0 0 1 3 0 1 1 3 3 0 0 1a 1 14 41 HUELSMAN, Kurt f 0 0 0 0 3 4 0 1 1 2 3 0 1 0a 2 18 01 WARREN, London g 1 3 0 0 3 7 0 5 5 3 5 3 2 0a 0 28 32 JOHNSON, Marcus g 6 13 1 3 1 4 1 1 2 3 14 2 3 0a 0 26 00 PERRY, Mickey 1 3 1 2 0 0 0 1 1 5 3 2 3 0a 1 13 04 JOHNSON, Chris 4 12 1 6 7 7 4 2 6 3 16 1 3 0a 2 27 22 WILLIAMS, Paul 4 10 2 5 0 0 0 1 1 5 10 3 0 1a 0 23 23 FABRIZIUS, Luke 2 4 2 4 0 0 1 0 1 2 6 0 0 1a 0 21 35 KAVANAUGH, Matt 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 0a 0 4 44 BENSON, Josh 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0a 0 1 TEAM 2 2 asx Totals 26 57 7 20 16 27 13 19 32 31 75 12 15 3asx7 200 TOTAL FG%: 45.6% 3-Pt. FG%: 35.0% F Throw %: 59.3% Kansas State Total 3-Pts Rebounds ## Player fg fga fg fga ft fta of de tot pf tp a to blka s min 02 Henriquez, Jordan f 0 2 0 0 0 0 2 1 3 1 0 0 1 1a 0 16 23 Sutton, Dominique f 3 3 0 0 2 4 2 5 7 4 8 3 2 0a 2 29 24 Kelly, Curtis f 2 7 0 0 4 4 4 2 6 4 8 2 1 0a 0 19 00 Pullen, Jacob g 6 14 2 5 12 14 1 4 5 1 26 4 3 0a 0 36 21 Clemente, Denis g 6 12 4 6 5 10 0 3 3 4 21 0 1 0a 2 32 03 Irving, Martavious 1 3 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 2 0 1 0a 0 9 10 Ojeleye, Victor 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0a 0 2 22 McGruder, Rodney 1 2 0 1 0 0 0 2 2 2 2 0 1 0a 0 11 31 Merriewether, Chris 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 0a 0 4 32 Samuels, Jamar 5 6 0 0 2 7 2 5 7 3 12 1 5 1a 2 25 33 Judge, Wally 1 2 0 0 2 4 3 5 8 4 4 1 0 2a 0 17 Team 3 3 asx Totals 25 52 6 14 27 44 17 27 44 26 83 11 16 4asx6 201 TOTAL FG%: 48.1% 3-Pt. FG%: 42.9% F Throw %: 61.4%

Officials: Duke Edsall, Mike Thibodeaux, Don Daily Technical fouls: Dayton-None. Kansas State-Samuels, Jamar. Attendance: 8357 Score by Periods Dayton Kansas State

1st 2nd Total 28 47 75 35 48 83


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Towson 69 Dayton 74

Dayton led 30-28 at halftime thanks to a resilient, balanced offensive attack. Three Flyers, Wright, Chris Johnson and Perry, had five points apiece as the Flyers roared back into the game using a 14-2 run midway through the first 20 minutes of play.

Game #5 · 11/28/09 · UD Arena Chris Wright scored 20 points and grabbed nine rebounds and Dayton overcame an 18-point deficit to beat Towson 74-69.

The Flyers opened the second half with a 7-3 run to start the second half and continued to chip away at the Miami defense.

Marcus Johnson finished with 12 points and Chris Johnson added 10 for the Flyers (3-2), who have won 22 straight home games -- a school record.

UD used a steady dose of three-point shots to eventually build a solid second half cushion. Three pointers by Chris Johnson and Paul Williams gave UD its biggest lead at 43-36 with 11:40 minutes remaining.

Dayton trailed 64-46 with 9:33 left to play before its man-to-man defense began to challenge shots and create fast-break opportunities. The Flyers’ comeback began to look possible when Marcus Johnson took a rebound the length of the court for a three-point play to trim Towson’s lead to 64-55.

Marcus Johnson scored his 1,000th career point on a running jumper with less than seven minutes remaining in regulation to extend the Flyer lead to 51-43.

Mickey Perry and Chris Johnson’s 3-pointers put the Flyers back in the game at 66-61 with 6:29 left. Chris Johnson and Paul Williams hit consecutive 3-pointers to complete Dayton’s comeback. Josh Thornton scored 20 of his 22 points in the first half for the Tigers (1-3), including a remarkable six-for-six from three-point range. Calvin Lee added 10 points for Towson. The Flyers’ comeback included a 15-2 run over a three-minute span. Dayton made five of its last six three-pointers of the game, and UD’s last six baskets (two-pointers and three-pointers) came as a result of an assisting pass. The rally from 18 points down is believed to be the Flyers’ best from inside the ten-minute mark. The UD record for the largest halftime deficit erased is 20 (vs. UC on Jan. 31, 1987) and the second-largest from halftime is 16 (vs. La Salle, on Feb. 28, 1996). Wright’s 20 points included shooting five-of-seven from the field and 10-of-11 from the line. Marcus Johnson finished the game with a team-high (career-high-tying) five assists, no turnovers, and two steals. Towson Total

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## Player fg fga fg fga ft fta of de tot pf tp a to blka s min 22 SMITH, Jarrel f 2 4 2 3 0 0 0 2 2 3 6 2 1 0a 1 19 25 NWANKWO, Robert f 3 6 0 0 0 4 5 5 10 3 6 0 1 1a 1 24 33 LEE, Calvin f 6 11 0 0 0 0 1 4 5 4 12 3 3 0a 0 38 23 THORNTON, Josh g 8 13 6 9 0 0 0 1 1 1 22 3 1 0a 1 26 24 FRANKLIN, Troy g 2 8 0 3 2 3 1 0 1 4 6 3 5 0a 2 21 01 PHILMORE, Isaiah 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0a 0 9 05 POLK, Rashawn 2 5 1 3 2 3 1 1 2 2 7 1 1 0a 1 16 12 GUMBS, Erique 0 3 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0a 0 9 20 MORRIS, Brian 0 1 0 0 1 2 0 2 2 1 1 4 3 0a 0 19 21 BREWSTER, David 3 5 3 4 0 0 1 5 6 4 9 0 1 0a 0 19 TEAM 1 1 asx Totals 26 56 12 22 5 12 10 21 31 24 69 16 16 1asx6 200 TOTAL FG%: 46.4% 3-Pt. FG%: 54.5% F Throw %: 41.7% Dayton Total 3-Pts Rebounds ## Player fg fga fg fga ft fta of de tot pf tp a to blka s min 04 JOHNSON, Chris f 4 10 2 6 0 0 1 3 4 3 10 4 2 0a 0 30 33 WRIGHT, Chris f 5 7 0 1 10 11 3 6 9 1 20 1 2 1a 0 32 41 HUELSMAN, Kurt f 3 4 0 0 0 0 2 1 3 1 6 0 2 0a 1 22 00 PERRY, Mickey g 3 7 3 5 0 1 0 1 1 2 9 4 1 0a 0 22 32 JOHNSON, Marcus g 4 10 1 3 3 5 1 2 3 0 12 5 0 0a 2 32 01 WARREN, London 1 1 0 0 1 2 0 1 1 4 3 4 3 1a 0 18 22 WILLIAMS, Paul 1 4 1 2 1 2 1 4 5 1 4 1 1 0a 0 25 23 FABRIZIUS, Luke 3 8 1 4 0 0 0 4 4 3 7 0 0 0a 0 10 34 SEARCY, Devin 1 2 0 0 1 1 2 1 3 0 3 1 2 0a 0 9 TEAM 1 1 asx Totals 25 53 8 21 16 22 10 24 34 15 74 20 13 2asx3 200 TOTAL FG%: 47.2% 3-Pt. FG%: 38.1% F Throw %: 72.7%

Officials: Joe Lindsay, Mark Schur, Jeffrey Anderson Technical fouls: Towson-None. Dayton-None. Attendance: 12730 Score by Periods Towson Dayton

1st 2nd Total 42 27 69 33 41 74

Dayton 65 Miami 58 Game #6 · 12/02/09 · Oxford, OH Chris Johnson tallied 13 points, eight rebounds and a career-best four steals as the University of Dayton Flyers held on for a 65-58 victory over the Miami Redhawks. Chris Wright added 14 points and Marcus Johnson became just the 41st player in UD history to reach the 1,000 point milestone. Marcus Johnson finished the contest with six points. He also came up with a clutch rebound and two key free throws with 11 seconds remaining to help the Flyers seal the victory. The senior class also became the first Dayton group to defeat Miami four consecutive times in 30 seasons. Kurt Huelsman enjoyed his best overall game of the season chipping in with seven points and seven rebounds, while Mickey Perry dished out a career-best six assists to go with five points. Dayton led 59-53 in the second half when the Redhawks rallied with a 5-0 run to cut the deficit to one with 33 seconds to play. London Warren kept the Flyers ahead when he sank two free throws to extend the lead to 61-58 with 26 seconds to play. The Flyers then got two defensive stops and a key rebound by Marcus Johnson to hold on and improve to 4-2 overall.

Dayton shot 49 percent from the field and 6-of-15 from three point range. Defensively, the Flyers forced 14 Miami turnovers and had seven steals. Chris Johnson completed the game 4-of-9 from the floor, 3-of-5 shooting from beyond the arc and tallied three blocks as well. Dayton Total 3-Pts Rebounds ## Player fg fga fg fga ft fta of de tot pf tp a to blka s min 33 WRIGHT, Chris f 5 8 0 0 4 5 2 0 2 1 14 0 3 0a 1 30 41 HUELSMAN, Kurt f 3 5 0 0 1 2 3 4 7 2 7 1 0 0a 0 26 01 WARREN, London g 1 1 0 0 2 3 0 1 1 4 4 2 2 0a 0 18 04 JOHNSON, Chris g 4 9 3 5 2 2 1 7 8 1 13 0 2 3a 4 30 32 JOHNSON, Marcus g 2 5 0 1 2 4 0 2 2 3 6 1 3 0a 2 29 00 PERRY, Mickey 2 5 1 3 0 0 1 0 1 2 5 6 1 0a 0 22 22 WILLIAMS, Paul 2 4 2 3 2 4 0 1 1 3 8 0 1 0a 0 21 23 FABRIZIUS, Luke 0 4 0 3 0 0 0 1 1 2 0 1 0 0a 0 7 34 SEARCY, Devin 1 2 0 0 2 2 1 2 3 2 4 0 0 0a 0 14 44 BENSON, Josh 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 4 0 0 0a 0 3 TEAM 1 2 3 asx Totals 22 45 6 15 15 22 9 21 30 20 65 11 12 3asx7 200 TOTAL FG%: 48.9% 3-Pt. FG%: 40.0% F Throw %: 68.2% Miami Total 3-Pts Rebounds ## Player fg fga fg fga ft fta of de tot pf tp a to blka s min 20 WINBUSH, Nick f 2 5 1 4 0 2 0 0 0 5 5 0 1 1a 1 28 04 MAVUNGA, Julian c 2 4 1 2 0 2 0 4 4 1 5 3 2 1a 0 28 01 HADDIX, Rodney g 4 10 3 4 4 5 0 3 3 3 15 1 1 1a 1 31 14 HAYES, Kenny g 4 10 1 3 4 6 0 3 3 4 13 3 3 0a 0 35 15 WILLIAMS, Orlando g 1 3 0 1 1 1 0 1 1 2 3 0 4 0a 1 14 03 ROBERTS, Allen 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0a 0 4 12 SODERBERG, Kramer 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0a 0 10 35 BALLARD, Antonio 2 6 0 2 2 2 2 4 6 0 6 2 1 0a 1 25 41 FLETCHER, Adam 3 6 0 0 2 5 7 2 9 2 8 1 1 0a 3 25 TEAM 2 1 3 asx Totals 19 45 7 17 13 23 11 18 29 18 58 10 14 3asx7 200 TOTAL FG%: 42.2% 3-Pt. FG%: 41.2% F Throw %: 56.5%

Officials: Terry Wymer, Bo Boroski, D.J. Carstensen Technical fouls: Dayton-None. Miami-None. Attendance: 4820 Score by Periods Dayton Miami

1st 2nd Total 30 35 65 28 30 58

Lehigh 71 Dayton 89 Game #7 · 12/5/09 · UD Arena All 16 players for the University of Dayton men’s basketball team made an appearance the game as Flyers shot down the Lehigh Mountain Hawks 89-71. Chris Wright led Dayton in points scoring 16 and grabbing 10 rebounds in only 22 minutes and did not play for the final 10 minutes of the game. Chris Johnson added 13 points, seven rebounds, and three steals in 25 minutes of play. Senior point guard Rob Lowery saw his first action of the year. Almost 10 months after tearing the patellar tendon in his right knee, Lowery entered the game the game at the 12:49 mark and immediately received a standing ovation from the crowd of 12,719. In eight minutes, Lowery scored eight points, shooting three-forthree from the field (2-2 3-pt.) and passing for three assists. UD is 24-2 when Lowery is in the lineup. Dayton trailed only once, 3-2, one minute into the game, against Lehigh (3-5). The Flyers went on an 11-2 run to end the half with a 41-26 lead. The Flyer spurt was fueled by forcing turnovers, attacking the basket and making six of seven free throws. Lehigh, which has never beaten an Atlantic 10 team, was led by C.J. McCollum with 16 points. The game was head coach Brian Gregory’s 200th as a head coach, all for the University of Dayton. Gregory now has 130 career wins and a .650 winning percentage for the Flyers. Before the game senior Marcus Johnson was honored for joining the 1,000 point club in the match against Miami. He is the 41st player in school history to accomplish the milestone. Lehigh Total 3-Pts Rebounds ## Player fg fga fg fga ft fta of de tot pf tp a to blka s min 04 ADAMS, John f 1 4 1 3 0 0 1 1 2 1 3 1 3 0a 1 16 42 KNUTSON, Gabe f 4 7 0 0 2 2 2 4 6 0 10 0 0 1a 0 21 01 HALL, Marquis g 3 8 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 4 6 6 1 0a 1 23 03 MCCOLLUM, CJ g 3 11 2 6 8 10 0 2 2 2 16 1 3 0a 1 30 32 BUCHBERGER, Dave g 3 4 1 2 4 4 0 1 1 1 11 4 1 0a 1 27 05 SMALL, Prentice 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 1 0 1 3 0a 0 13 11 PETERS, Ryan 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0a 0 2 15 KEEFER, Rob 4 8 0 0 3 3 0 0 0 0 11 0 2 0a 0 15 20 GREINER, Holden 4 6 0 1 0 0 1 1 2 2 8 2 1 0a 2 24

21 SHAMIS, Matt 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0a 0 3 23 OJO, Michael 0 4 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0a 0 7 31 MANERI, Justin 0 0 0 0 4 4 3 3 6 2 4 0 1 0a 0 17 40 SAFSTROM, David 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 2 2 0 1 0 0 1a 0 2 TEAM 1 1 1 asx Totals 22 52 4 17 23 27 7 17 24 13 71 15 16 2asx6 200 TOTAL FG%: 42.3% 3-Pt. FG%: 23.5% F Throw %: 85.2% Dayton Total 3-Pts Rebounds ## Player fg fga fg fga ft fta of de tot pf tp a to blka s min 04 JOHNSON, Chris f 5 8 1 3 2 3 3 4 7 3 13 0 1 0a 3 25 33 WRIGHT, Chris f 8 13 0 1 0 0 3 7 10 0 16 2 3 0a 0 22 41 HUELSMAN, Kurt f 1 3 0 0 3 4 2 1 3 1 5 3 2 0a 1 17 01 WARREN, London g 1 2 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 2 3 5 3 0a 1 15 32 JOHNSON, Marcus g 4 8 1 3 0 0 0 3 3 2 9 1 1 0a 0 27 00 PERRY, Mickey 3 6 0 1 2 2 0 2 2 1 8 2 1 0a 1 15 03 LOWERY, Rob 3 3 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 3 0 0a 1 8 12 FOX, Dan 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0a 0 3 22 WILLIAMS, Paul 1 3 1 2 0 0 0 3 3 3 3 4 0 0a 0 23 23 FABRIZIUS, Luke 3 7 3 5 0 0 1 1 2 2 9 0 1 0a 0 16 24 HENDRICK, Luke 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0a 0 1 25 NOURSE, Logan 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0a 0 1 34 SEARCY, Devin 5 5 0 0 3 4 1 0 1 4 13 0 2 0a 0 12 35 KAVANAUGH, Matt 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 2 1 0 0 1 1a 0 6 40 ZESTERMANN, Peter 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0a 0 1 44 BENSON, Josh 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 3 3 3 2 0 2 0a 0 8 TEAM 2 2 asx Totals 35 65 8 19 11 15 14 25 39 22 89 20 18 1asx7 200 TOTAL FG%: 53.8% 3-Pt. FG%: 42.1% F Throw %: 73.3%

Officials: Jackie Sanders, Alvin Cox, Dave Draucker Technical fouls: Lehigh-None. Dayton-None. Attendance: 12719 Score by Periods Lehigh Dayton

1st 2nd Total 26 45 71 41 48 89

Dayton 56 George Mason 55 Game #8 · 12/8/09 · Fairfax, VA Led by a 14-point effort from Chris Johnson, the University of Dayton Flyers snapped George Mason’s 18-game home winning streak with a 56-55 victory. Marcus Johnson led UD with six rebounds and tallied eight points, while London Warren added three points, four boards and three steals to help UD seal the win. Dayton shot 40 percent from the floor, but converted only 4-of-16 shots from beyond the arc. The key for Dayton’s victory was rebounding where the Flyers held a 35-29 advantage. The Flyers are 5-0 this season when they out-rebound their opponents. Chris Johnson is the only Flyer to have scored in double-figures in all eight games this season. He shot 5-of-8 from the floor and converted all three of his free throw attempts. For George Mason, it’s only their second loss in the previous 31 games at the Patriot Center. The Patriots committed 15 turnovers and shot just 39 percent from the field. Other contributors for UD included Paul Williams who scored all five of his points in the first half, Kurt Huelsman who tallied six points and four rebounds and Devin Searcy who had six points and three boards. Dayton Total 3-Pts Rebounds ## Player fg fga fg fga ft fta of de tot pf tp a to blka s min 33 WRIGHT, Chris f 1 4 0 1 0 0 1 2 3 3 2 1 2 1a 2 19 41 HUELSMAN, Kurt f 1 2 0 0 4 4 0 4 4 1 6 0 3 0a 1 23 01 WARREN, London g 1 3 0 0 1 2 3 1 4 1 3 1 2 0a 3 20 22 WILLIAMS, Paul g 2 4 1 3 0 0 0 2 2 2 5 1 1 0a 0 23 32 JOHNSON, Marcus g 4 12 0 2 0 2 2 4 6 2 8 1 3 0a 1 31 00 PERRY, Mickey 0 3 0 1 2 4 1 1 2 3 2 1 0 0a 2 14 03 LOWERY, Rob 0 4 0 2 2 2 1 1 2 2 2 1 2 0a 1 8 04 JOHNSON, Chris 5 8 1 3 3 3 1 3 4 1 14 0 1 0a 0 23 23 FABRIZIUS, Luke 2 5 2 4 0 0 0 2 2 1 6 0 1 0a 0 16 34 SEARCY, Devin 3 4 0 0 0 0 1 2 3 1 6 0 1 0a 0 16 44 BENSON, Josh 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 2 0 0 0a 0 7 TEAM 2 2 asx Totals 20 50 4 16 12 17 10 25 35 18 56 6 16 1a 10 200a 200 TOTAL FG%: 40.0% 3-Pt. FG%: 25.0% F Throw %: 70.6% George Mason Total 3-Pts Rebounds ## Player fg fga fg fga ft fta of de tot pf tp a to blka s min 22 Morrison, Mike f 5 10 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 3 10 1 0 0a 0 33 24 Pearson, Ryan f 1 8 0 2 3 5 0 3 3 3 5 0 2 0a 1 28 13 Tate, Isaiah g 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 4 0 0 0 0 0a 1 11 20 Long, Cam g 4 10 1 6 0 0 0 1 1 0 9 4 3 0a 2 35 45 Cornelius, Andre g 1 7 1 3 1 2 0 3 3 5 4 2 2 0a 1 25 03 Foster, Kevin 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0a 0 6 14 Hancock, Luke 2 5 0 2 3 4 1 2 3 3 7 4 4 0a 0 24 15 Wright, Sherrod 4 4 1 1 8 8 1 5 6 2 17 1 1 0a 1 24 32 Williams, Johnny 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 2 1a 0 4 33 Birdsong, Louis 1 2 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 3 0 0 0a 0 10 Team 1 3 4 asx Totals 18 46 3 14 16 20 6 23 29 17 55 12 15 1asx6 200 TOTAL FG%: 39.1% 3-Pt. FG%: 21.4% F Throw %: 80.0%

Officials: Mike Wood, Bryan Kersey, Jeffrey Clark Technical fouls: Dayton-None. George Mason-None. Attendance: 5727 Score by Periods Dayton George Mason

1st 2nd Total 35 21 56 19 36 55

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2009-2010 review Old Dominion 50 Dayton 58 Game #9 · 12/11/09 · UD Arena Chris Wright had 16 points and 12 rebounds to help Dayton hold off Old Dominion 58-50. It was UD’s 24th straight homecourt victory, extending the Flyers’ school record. The streak ties Dayton with Siena for third among Division I schools. Kansas has 47 and Pittsburgh is second with 25. The Flyers started the game quickly by shooting out to a 4-0 lead with layups by Marcus Johnson and Wright. The Monarchs stayed within striking distance the entire half, finally tying the game with 1:06 left in the half at 25-25. The momentum quickly shifted back to the Red and Blue as Chris Johnson hit a three-pointer with one second left in the half to put Dayton 28-25 at intermission. With Dayton leading 32-27 with 16:07 left, the Monarchs (6-4) used an 8-0 run to pull ahead 35-32. Wright tied it up on a three-point play, the first of his 10 straight points, giving the Flyers a 42-37 lead with 10:19 left. After getting seven turnovers in the first half, Wright had none in the second to lead Dayton to their fifth win in a row. Dayton would not trail again, but ODU had two more runs in it. The Monarchs would tie it at 42 with 8:07 to go. After a 7-0 Dayton run, Old Dominion scored six of its own to make the score 49-48 with 3:51 left. Marcus Johnson hit Wright cutting down the lane for a twohanded slam and then Johnson hit a clutch three with the shot clock running down with 2:33 left to put UD in front 54-48. After two missed ODU threes, the Monarchs were forced to foul, and Paul Williams made both ends of the one-and-one around a layup by ODU’s Trian Iliadis to make the final score 58-50. Marcus Johnson added 12 points for Dayton, and added three assists. Gerald Lee scored 15 points for the Monarchs and Keyon Carter had 12 rebounds. Old Dominion Total 3-Pts Rebounds ## Player fg fga fg fga ft fta of de tot pf tp a to blka s min 24 BAZEMORE, Kent f 4 10 0 1 0 2 0 2 2 5 8 1 1 0a 3 23 33 CARTER, Keyon f 3 7 0 2 1 1 4 8 12 1 7 0 1 1a 1 29 35 FINNEY, Ben f 0 5 0 3 0 1 3 6 9 4 0 2 2 1a 0 32 12 LEE, Gerald c 6 12 0 0 3 4 1 3 4 4 15 1 2 0a 0 31 03 JAMES, Darius g 3 7 1 5 1 3 0 0 0 1 8 3 2 0a 0 30 01 WRIGHT, Nick 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0a 0 2 15 ILIADIS, Trian 2 3 1 2 0 1 0 2 2 0 5 1 0 0a 0 14 20 COOPER, Chris 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0a 0 4 21 HASSELL, Frank 0 2 0 0 1 2 0 1 1 2 1 0 1 0a 0 15 22 DE LANCEY,Marquel 1 2 0 0 2 2 1 0 1 0 4 2 2 0a 1 9 23 NEELY, Marsharee 1 3 0 2 0 1 2 0 2 0 2 0 2 0a 0 11 TEAM 1 asx Totals 20 51 2 15 8 17 11 22 33 18 50 10 14 2asx5 200 TOTAL FG%: 39.2% 3-Pt. FG%: 13.3% F Throw %: 47.1% Dayton Total 3-Pts Rebounds ## Player fg fga fg fga ft fta of de tot pf tp a to blka s min 04 JOHNSON, Chris f 2 6 1 4 0 0 0 6 6 2 5 2 1 0a 1 27 33 WRIGHT, Chris f 7 11 0 0 2 3 4 8 12 2 16 1 7 1a 1 31 41 HUELSMAN, Kurt f 2 3 0 0 0 0 2 1 3 3 4 0 1 1a 0 26 01 WARREN, London g 1 4 0 0 0 0 0 5 5 2 2 4 2 0a 1 20 32 JOHNSON, Marcus g 4 8 2 4 2 2 0 2 2 2 12 3 1 0a 1 28 00 PERRY, Mickey 1 2 0 1 1 4 0 1 1 1 3 1 2 0a 1 16 03 LOWERY, Rob 3 5 1 2 0 0 0 2 2 2 7 3 0 0a 0 12 22 WILLIAMS, Paul 0 4 0 3 5 6 0 0 0 3 5 0 1 0a 0 18 23 FABRIZIUS, Luke 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0a 0 1 34 SEARCY, Devin 1 2 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 2 4 0 0 0a 0 14 44 BENSON, Josh 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0a 0 7 TEAM 1 1 asx Totals 21 46 4 14 12 17 6 26 32 20 58 14 16 2asx5 200 TOTAL FG%: 45.7% 3-Pt. FG%: 28.6% F Throw %: 70.6%

Officials: Joe DeMayo, Paul Faia, David Walker Technical fouls: Old Dominion-None. Dayton-None. Attendance: 13159 Score by Periods Old Dominion Dayton

1st 2nd Total 25 25 50 28 30 58

Presbyterian 52 Dayton 71 Game #10 · 12/19/09 · UD Arena Chris Wright and Mickey Perry tallied 15 points each to lead Dayton to a 71-52 victory over Presbyterian. Perry scored his largest point total of the season and tied his career high. Dayton (8-2) won its sixth straight game despite losing two starters to injuries in the first half. Forward Chris Johnson, the team’s second-leading scorer, took a blow to the head after playing just one minute. Guard Marcus Johnson sprained his left ankle after playing just nine minutes in the first half and was helped from the floor. Both are questionable for UD’s next game on Monday. It was UD’s 25th straight win at home. The Flyers remain tied for the third-longest home winning streak in the nation behind Pittsburgh and Kansas.

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a first half that was deadlocked six times, and had nine lead changes.

came into the game averaging 10.3 points and 8.8 rebounds.

The Flyers took the lead on a layup by Rob Lowery in the final five seconds of the first half to set the tone for a decisive second frame for the Red and Blue.

Marcus Wright scored 15 points off the bench for Appalachian State (7-5) and Donald Sims scored all 13 of his points in the first half.

Dayton used a 17-0 run midway through the second half to push its lead to 63-41with 7:35 left. The game was no closer than 18 points the rest of the way. Dayton’s relentless man-to-man defense held the Blue Hose to 24.1 percent shooting from the floor in the second half and 33.3 percent for the game (18-for-54). Jake Troyli and Chase Holmes scored 12 points apiece to lead Presbyterian (2-10), which started five freshmen. Wright was six of eight from the floor, with three dunks. Sophomore guard Paul Williams also had a career-high eight boards while Devin Searcy and Benson added a career-high seven apiece. Dayton dominated Presbyterian on the boards, 46-26. Saturday’s game was an homage to several historical icons of Dayton basketball. It was a reunion of Flyer basketball players who played before the University of Dayton Arena was built in 1969, and 30 of those players were introduced at halftime. The current Flyers wore throwback uniforms patterned after those worn in the 1960’s. And the 8 millionth UD fan in UD Arena history attended the game, and the Flyer Faithful was saluted during a timeout. Presbyterian Total 3-Pts Rebounds ## Player fg fga fg fga ft fta of de tot pf tp a to blka s min 30 TROYLI, Jake f 4 12 3 4 1 2 2 4 6 4 12 1 1 0a 0 26 44 REYNOLDS, Jay f 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 1 0 0 0 2a 0 23 05 SMITH, Travis g 4 10 2 3 0 0 0 1 1 4 10 5 4 0a 2 29 24 MUTAKABBIR, Khalid g 2 7 0 1 0 0 1 2 3 2 4 3 2 0a 3 34 32 FAIRCLOTH, Zach g 4 8 2 5 0 0 0 3 3 2 10 0 0 0a 0 27 02 DAVIS, Kevin 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 3 0a 0 9 15 HARGRAVE, Ryan 1 2 0 0 2 2 3 0 3 2 4 0 0 0a 0 14 21 ALLEN, Walt 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 1 1 2 0 0 0 0a 0 17 31 HOLMES, Chase 3 11 1 5 5 8 2 2 4 4 12 0 3 1a 1 21 Team 1 2 3 asx Totals 18 54 8 22 8 12 9 17 26 21 52 11 13 3asx6 200 TOTAL FG%: 33.3% 3-Pt. FG%: 36.4% F Throw %: 66.7% Dayton Total 3-Pts Rebounds ## Player fg fga fg fga ft fta of de tot pf tp a to blka s min 04 JOHNSON, Chris f 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0a 0 1 33 WRIGHT, Chris f 6 8 0 0 3 5 1 7 8 1 15 2 0 1a 0 22 41 HUELSMAN, Kurt f 4 6 0 0 0 0 3 0 3 0 8 1 0 0a 0 19 01 WARREN, London g 2 3 0 0 0 2 0 3 3 1 4 5 1 0a 3 17 32 JOHNSON, Marcus g 0 4 0 1 1 2 0 2 2 0 1 2 1 0a 0 9 00 PERRY, Mickey 3 7 3 5 6 6 0 1 1 3 15 2 5 0a 0 25 03 LOWERY, Rob 3 9 1 6 0 0 1 3 4 2 7 3 2 0a 0 23 12 FOX, Dan 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0a 0 5 22 WILLIAMS, Paul 1 4 0 1 2 2 2 6 8 2 4 2 2 0a 0 31 24 HENDRICK, Luke 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0a 0 2 34 SEARCY, Devin 2 6 0 0 2 4 4 3 7 0 6 1 0 1a 0 18 35 KAVANAUGH, Matt 0 1 0 0 1 2 0 2 2 1 1 0 1 0a 0 4 40 ZESTERMANN, Peter 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0a 0 1 44 BENSON, Josh 5 7 0 0 0 0 4 3 7 2 10 0 1 0a 2 23 TEAM 1 1 asx Totals 26 55 4 13 15 23 16 30 46 13 71 18 15 2asx5 200 TOTAL FG%: 47.3% 3-Pt. FG%: 30.8% F Throw %: 65.2%

Officials: Kevin O’Connell, Bryan Anslinger, Ed Crenshaw Technical fouls: Presbyterian-None. Dayton-None. Attendance: 12269 Score by Periods Presbyterian Dayton

1st 2nd Total 32 20 52 33 38 71

Appalachian State 49 Dayton 65 Game #11 · 12/21/09 · UD Arena Mickey Perry tied a career high with 15 points and Chris Wright added 14 as Dayton defeated Appalachian State 65-49 before a sellout crowd of 13,435 at UD Arena. UD was missing two starters (guard Marcus Johnson and forward Chris Johnson) and three of its top four scorers (Johnson, Johnson and forward Luke Fabrizius), but got 25 points from the two players who started in their place. Perry had 15, and sophomore Paul Williams scored 10. Subbing in at the spot Fabrizius would normally play, freshman Josh Benson led the Flyers with a career-high eight rebounds. Dayton (9-2) used two strong scoring stretches en route to its seventh straight win this season and 26th straight win at home. Perry’s three-point play with 14:11 left in the game proved to be the momentum changing play with the score tied at 33. This prompted a 10-0 run for the Flyers as they led for the rest of the game. Dayton later used a 28-8 run for a 61-46 advantage on Perry’s 3-pointer with 2:08 left to play.

Perry and Josh Benson, who also scored a career high 10 points, led a bench that scored 43 points.

Dayton forced 17 turnovers and held the Mountaineers (7-5) to 35.6 percent shooting (16 of 45). This is the fourth straight game that Dayton has held the opponent under 40 percent shooting from the field.

Presbyterian made its first three shots to take a 9-3 lead over the Flyers. Dayton chopped away at the early roadblock to knot it at 12-12 in

The center duo of Kurt Huelsman and Devin Searcy held Appalachian State center, Isaac Butts scoreless and to only three rebounds. Butts

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The Flyers won their 499th game at UD Arena. This is the 40th anniversary season for the Arena, which opened in the 1969-70 season. Appalachian State Total 3-Pts Rebounds ## Player fg fga fg fga ft fta of de tot pf tp a to blka s min 50 WILLIAMSON, Andre f 2 3 0 0 3 6 5 11 16 0 7 1 4 1a 0 31 32 BUTTS, Isaac c 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 2 3 3 0 1 1 0a 0 18 00 SIMS, Donald g 4 13 3 9 2 2 0 4 4 2 13 1 0 0a 0 28 15 BOOTH, Jeremi g 0 4 0 2 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 1 2 0a 1 18 23 BRAND, Kellen g 1 5 0 1 2 2 1 2 3 2 4 3 3 0a 0 30 01 ABRAHAM, Ryann 3 4 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 3 7 2 2 0a 1 18 11 HEALY, Nathan 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0a 0 4 12 WRIGHT, Marcus 5 10 3 5 2 2 0 2 2 0 15 1 5 0a 0 24 25 HUNTER, Josh 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 3 3 3 0 0 0 0a 0 12 31 HIGHSMITH, A.J. 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0a 0 2 33 WEBB, Tyler 1 3 1 1 0 0 0 3 3 2 3 0 0 1a 0 15 TEAM asx Totals 16 45 8 20 9 13 8 27 35 20 49 10 17 2asx2 200 TOTAL FG%: 35.6% 3-Pt. FG%: 40.0% F Throw %: 69.2% Dayton Total 3-Pts Rebounds ## Player fg fga fg fga ft fta of de tot pf tp a to blka s min 33 WRIGHT, Chris f 5 12 1 3 3 5 4 2 6 1 14 0 1 0a 1 31 41 HUELSMAN, Kurt f 4 6 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 2 8 0 1 0a 0 23 00 PERRY, Mickey g 4 10 2 5 5 5 1 3 4 2 15 2 2 1a 3 30 01 WARREN, London g 1 1 0 0 1 2 0 2 2 4 3 2 1 0a 0 15 22 WILLIAMS, Paul g 4 11 2 8 0 1 3 4 7 1 10 3 0 0a 0 33 03 LOWERY, Rob 2 10 2 8 1 2 0 0 0 2 7 6 1 0a 0 22 34 SEARCY, Devin 1 3 0 0 2 7 3 4 7 0 4 1 0 0a 3 23 44 BENSON, Josh 1 4 0 0 2 2 2 6 8 2 4 2 1 0a 1 23 TEAM 1 1 2 asx Totals 22 57 7 24 14 24 14 24 38 14 65 16 7 1asx8 200 TOTAL FG%: 38.6% 3-Pt. FG%: 29.2% F Throw %: 58.3%

Officials: Raymond Styons, Mark Schnur, Frank Spencer Technical fouls: Appalachian State-None. Dayton-None. Attendance: 13435 Score by Periods Appalachian State Dayton

1st 2nd Total 29 20 49 32 33 65

Boston 60 Dayton 74 Game #12 · 12/29/09 · UD Arena The University of Dayton Flyers marched into history, recording their 500th win at UD Arena since its inception in 1969, beating the Boston Terriers 74-60 and extending their home win streak to 27 games. Head coach Brian Gregory and his team were presented the game ball by University of Dayton Vice President and Director of Athletics Tim Wabler after the team’s historic win.


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Junior Rob Lowery had a career night, recording 23 points on seven three-pointers, while adding four assists. Forward Chris Wright tallied a season-high five dunks against the Terriers. Wright fell short of the school record of six dunks set by Sean Finn against Prairie View on Dec. 20, 2003. He finished with 19 points and a team-leading eight rebounds. Chris Johnson returned for the first time since suffering a concussion in the first minute of the Presbyterian game on Dec. 19. Chris was a perfect 4-for-4, launching one trey. Marcus Johnson also made a comeback after spraining his left ankle in the Presbyterian game. Marcus had four assists in 14 minutes of action. The game began with a 17-2 Flyer run that was started by a monstrous Devin Searcy dunk. But the Terriers kept it close as they got to within seven in the first half. Boston forward John Holland, who leads the America East Conference with 19.4 points per game, only had five in the first half and nine total in the game. UD finished the half with a running three-pointer at the buzzer by Lowery. He had seven three’s in the game, which is second all-time in UD Arena history. Thanks to Lowery’s 14 first-half points, UD led at the break 41-29. On Dayton’s next three possessions, Wright scored three straight baskets, the last being a thunderous dunk on a lob from London Warren. It was one of Warren’s nine assists on the night. Dayton closed out the Terriers, earning the Arena’s illustrious 500th win, while remaining perfect in the month of December at home. The Flyers have not lost at home in the month of December since Dec. 30, 2005 against Vanderbilt. Dayton has also held its last five opponents to 40 percent from the field. Boston Total 3-Pts Rebounds ## Player fg fga fg fga ft fta of de tot pf tp a to blka s min 21 O’BRIEN, Jake f 4 10 1 3 0 0 2 4 6 3 9 0 3 0a 0 31 23 HOLLAND, John f 3 12 0 8 3 5 0 4 4 3 9 2 2 1a 1 35 32 PELAGE, Jeff c 1 2 0 0 0 0 2 0 2 2 2 0 1 0a 0 17 13 LOWE, Corey g 5 18 4 10 3 3 1 6 7 1 17 6 2 1a 0 37 24 MORRIS, Tyler g 3 6 1 4 0 0 0 1 1 4 7 6 3 0a 0 31 15 SIRUTIS, Valdas 1 2 1 2 0 0 1 1 2 4 3 2 2 0a 0 17 22 STRONG, Carlos 4 4 3 3 2 2 0 2 2 0 13 0 1 0a 1 30 34 SMITH, Sherrod 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0a 0 2 TEAM 3 3 asx Totals 21 54 10 30 8 10 6 21 27 18 60 16 14 2asx2 200 TOTAL FG%: 38.9% 3-Pt. FG%: 33.3% F Throw %: 80.0% Dayton Total 3-Pts Rebounds ## Player fg fga fg fga ft fta of de tot pf tp a to blka s min 33 WRIGHT, Chris f 8 10 0 1 3 4 2 6 8 2 19 1 2 0a 0 26 41 HUELSMAN, Kurt f 0 2 0 0 0 0 2 3 5 1 0 0 3 0a 1 17 00 PERRY, Mickey g 2 8 1 7 0 1 0 2 2 1 5 2 1 0a 0 19 01 WARREN, London g 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 3 3 2 0 9 1 0a 2 25 22 WILLIAMS, Paul g 0 4 0 3 2 2 0 2 2 0 2 1 1 0a 0 25 03 LOWERY, Rob 8 10 7 9 0 0 0 3 3 1 23 4 2 0a 1 23 04 JOHNSON, Chris 4 4 1 1 3 3 2 2 4 2 12 0 2 0a 0 16 32 JOHNSON, Marcus 0 4 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 4 0 0a 0 14 34 SEARCY, Devin 3 4 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 2 6 0 1 1a 0 18 44 BENSON, Josh 2 5 0 0 3 3 0 2 2 1 7 2 2 0a 0 17 TEAM 2 2 asx Totals 27 51 9 23 11 14 6 27 33 15 74 23 15 1asx4 200 TOTAL FG%: 52.9% 3-Pt. FG%: 39.1% F Throw %: 78.6%

Officials: John Hughes, Ray Perone, Kevin Ferguson Technical fouls: Boston-None. Dayton-None. Attendance: 13435 Score by Periods Boston Dayton

1st 2nd Total 29 31 60 41 33 74

Dayton 66 New Mexico 68 Game #13 · 1/1/10 · Albuquerque, NM Despite a late surge, the University of Dayton Flyers had their eightgame winning streak snapped in a 68-66 loss to the No. 19 New Mexico Lobos. Sophomore forward Chris Johnson tallied 21 points to lead the Flyers. Johnson hit five 3-pointers en route to his second consecutive double-figure night. Chris Wright had led the team with 10 rebounds, four of which were on offense. Wright also had eight points. New Mexico’s Dairese Gary was instrumental in New Mexico’s win. Gary scored seven of his 18 points in the final two minutes to help the Lobos past UD. Johnson’s trey with 16 seconds left in the game cut the lead to four, 65-61. Gary hit five of his last six free throws extending the lead to 68-63. Johnson’s last second 3-pointer made the final 68-66. The Flyers held a brief 39-36 lead at the 12:58 mark early in the second half when they scored six unanswered points on London Warren’s breakaway dunk, Warren’s fast-break layup in traffic and a Wright, but the Lobos re-took the lead on back-to-back three-pointers by Roman Martinez.

Dayton Total 3-Pts Rebounds ## Player fg fga fg fga ft fta of de tot pf tp a to blka s min 33 WRIGHT, Chris f 2 9 0 1 4 4 4 6 10 3 8 1 4 0a 2 29 41 HUELSMAN, Kurt f 1 2 0 0 2 4 1 1 2 1 4 0 0 0a 0 22 00 PERRY, Mickey g 2 6 1 4 2 4 1 3 4 4 7 0 2 1a 1 22 01 WARREN, London g 3 3 0 0 1 2 2 0 2 5 7 1 2 1a 2 15 22 WILLIAMS, Paul g 3 9 1 6 2 2 0 1 1 3 9 0 0 0a 1 24 03 LOWERY, Rob 0 11 0 10 3 4 1 2 3 4 3 4 4 1a 0 24 04 JOHNSON, Chris 7 13 5 10 2 2 2 6 8 4 21 1 2 0a 3 22 32 JOHNSON, Marcus 2 4 1 2 0 0 0 1 1 4 5 3 2 0a 0 17 34 SEARCY, Devin 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 0 0 0 0a 0 14 44 BENSON, Josh 1 5 0 0 0 0 2 3 5 3 2 0 0 0a 1 11 TEAM 4 2 6 asx Totals 21 62 8 33 16 22 17 26 43 33 66 10 16 3a 10 199a 199 TOTAL FG%: 33.9% 3-Pt. FG%: 24.2% F Throw %: 72.7% New Mexico Total 3-Pts Rebounds ## Player fg fga fg fga ft fta of de tot pf tp a to blka s min 00 HARDEMAN, A.J. f 3 5 0 0 2 5 1 2 3 4 8 1 1 1a 0 20 30 MARTINEZ, Roman f 5 9 3 4 4 5 1 5 6 3 17 1 1 0a 3 33 01 HOBSON, Darington g 5 12 1 1 4 6 2 6 8 1 15 7 5 0a 5 37 05 GARY, Dairese g 3 4 0 0 12 15 0 2 2 4 18 0 4 0a 0 22 23 MCDONALD, Phillip g 1 3 0 0 1 2 1 0 1 0 3 0 0 2a 0 23 03 DENNIS, Curtis 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 1 0 0 0 2 0a 0 9 04 ADAMS, Chad 1 1 0 0 1 2 0 1 1 1 3 0 1 0a 0 4 11 GARTH, Nate 0 3 0 1 1 2 0 1 1 3 1 1 2 0a 0 18 13 FENTON, Jamal 0 1 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 1 1 1 3 0a 0 9 15 BROWN, Will 1 2 0 0 0 2 0 4 4 4 2 0 0 1a 2 25 TEAM 5 5 asx Totals 19 40 4 6 26 43 6 26 32 21 68 11 19 4a 10 200a 200 TOTAL FG%: 47.5% 3-Pt. FG%: 66.7% F Throw %: 60.5%

Officials: Rick Batsell, Winston Stith, Kevin Brill Technical fouls: Dayton-None. New Mexico-None. Attendance: 14586 Score by Periods Dayton New Mexico

1st 2nd Total 23 43 66 29 39 68

Ball State 35 Dayton 59 Game #14 · 1/5/10 · UD Arena Chris Wright scored 10 points and Dayton had its best defensive game of the season in a 59-35 victory over Ball State. The Flyers (11-3) held the Cardinals (6-6) to 27.9 percent shooting (12 of 43) from the field -- the lowest percentage by an opponent this season. While it was the fewest points the Flyers allowed this season, it was also one of their lowest scoring outputs in a game marked by long possessions and few second shots. Dayton shot 45.1 percent (23 of 51) from the field as it extended its homecourt winning streak to 28 games. Ball State was led by Terrence Watson’s eight points. Sophomore center Jarrod Jones entered the game averaging 15.1 points per game, but was held to just three points on 1-of-8 shooting. This year’s senior class, led by Huelsman, Marcus Johnson and London Warren, is the first in University of Dayton men’s basketball history to go undefeated at home in their regular season non-conference schedule over their entire careers. Ball State Total 3-Pts Rebounds ## Player fg fga fg fga ft fta of de tot pf tp a to blka s min 30 HUBBARD, Maurice f 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 0 0 0a 0 8 45 JONES, Jarrod f 1 8 0 1 1 2 0 6 6 4 3 2 2 0a 1 31 03 DAVIS, Randy g 0 4 0 3 2 3 0 2 2 2 2 2 3 0a 1 23 04 SCAIFE, Jauwan g 1 5 0 2 1 2 2 2 4 1 3 1 2 0a 0 27 34 SNEED, Pierre g 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0a 0 15 01 PERRY, Malik 3 5 0 0 0 2 0 3 3 2 6 0 4 0a 0 25 02 WATSON, Terrence 3 7 0 0 2 3 2 3 5 1 8 1 2 4a 0 26 05 CHISHOLM, Brawley 2 4 1 2 2 2 0 0 0 1 7 0 1 0a 0 20 11 GREEN JR., Myron 1 7 0 2 2 2 2 1 3 0 4 0 0 0a 0 23 24 GREEN, John 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0a 0 1 50 FIELDS, Zach 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0a 0 1 TEAM 2 1 3 asx Totals 12 43 1 10 10 16 8 19 27 14 35 6 15 4asx2 200 TOTAL FG%: 27.9% 3-Pt. FG%: 10.0% F Throw %: 62.5% Dayton Total 3-Pts Rebounds ## Player fg fga fg fga ft fta of de tot pf tp a to blka s min 04 JOHNSON, Chris f 2 8 1 3 0 0 2 8 10 0 5 1 0 0a 1 22 33 WRIGHT, Chris f 3 6 0 1 4 4 1 3 4 1 10 0 1 2a 0 27 41 HUELSMAN, Kurt f 2 4 0 0 1 4 0 3 3 1 5 0 3 1a 1 19 01 WARREN, London g 1 4 0 0 0 2 0 2 2 2 2 7 1 0a 1 19 32 JOHNSON, Marcus g 3 5 1 2 0 0 0 2 2 1 7 1 1 0a 1 21 00 PERRY, Mickey 2 3 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 4 5 1 2 0a 0 19 03 LOWERY, Rob 1 1 0 0 1 2 1 1 2 1 3 2 2 0a 0 18 12 FOX, Dan 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0a 1 5 22 WILLIAMS, Paul 3 4 2 2 0 0 0 2 2 1 8 0 0 0a 0 16 24 HENDRICK, Lke 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0a 0 1 34 SEARCY, Devin 3 8 0 0 1 2 3 4 7 0 7 0 0 2a 1 17 35 KAVANAUGH, Matt 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0a 0 3 40 ZESTERMANN, Peter 1 2 0 0 1 2 3 0 3 0 3 0 0 0a 0 1 44 BENSON, Josh 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 0 2 1a 0 12 TEAM 1 1 asx Totals 23 51 5 10 8 16 12 26 38 14 59 12 12 6asx6 200 TOTAL FG%: 45.1% 3-Pt. FG%: 50.0% F Throw %: 50.0%

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Game #15 · 1/9/10 · UD Arena Chris Johnson had career highs with 26 points and 20 rebounds and Dayton opened its Atlantic 10 conference play with a 78-72 overtime victory over Duquesne. Johnson, who had the first time 20-20 game for UD since Ryan Perryman also had 26 and 20 at home against Duquesne on Feb. 25, 1998, carried the Flyers (12-3, 1-0) in the second half with 13 points and six in overtime.� Dayton took a 70-63 lead on Johnson’s put-back dunk with 2:43 left. Jason Duty had a chance to win the game for Duquesne (9-7, 0-2) in regulation when he caught an inbounds pass in the right corner with�five seconds left and was fouled while trying to shoot a 3-pointer with 3.5 seconds left. Duty made the first, but missed the next two. Dayton scored the first seven points of overtime on a three-pointer by Marcus Johnson, a layup by Chris Johnson and a put-back slam by Chris Johnson.�The Flyers led by at least five points for the last 3:35 of the overtime. Chris Wright added 16 points and 11 rebounds for Dayton, and Marcus Johnson had 11 points.�Point guard London Warren had eight assists against three turnovers.�It was his 50th straight game with at least one assist. Damian Saunders led Duquesne with 21 points and 11 rebounds for his nation-leading 13th double-double of the season. The win was UD’s 29th straight at home, the third-best streak in the nation. Duquesne Total 3-Pts Rebounds ## Player fg fga fg fga ft fta of de tot pf tp a to blka s min 25 SAUNDERS, Damian f 9 17 1 5 2 5 5 6 11 4 21 2 4 2a 1 43 30 CLARK, Bill f 0 7 0 3 2 2 2 3 5 5 2 0 3 0a 0 16 03 EVANS, Eric g 3 13 1 5 2 2 1 1 2 2 9 6 1 0a 1 38 13 DUTY, Jason g 3 4 3 4 3 5 0 2 2 3 12 0 2 0a 1 21 32 MONTEIRO, B.J. g 0 5 0 0 1 4 0 1 1 2 1 0 1 0a 1 25 05 WILLIAMS, Morakinyo 0 1 0 0 0 2 3 3 6 4 0 2 0 0a 0 23 20 JOHNSON, Sean 6 10 0 1 2 4 1 2 3 4 14 0 1 0a 0 22 23 BOLDING, Melquan 5 11 0 3 3 3 1 7 8 4 13 4 2 0a 2 36 33 PEGGAU, Rodrigo 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0a 0 1 TEAM 1 3 4 asx Totals 26 69 5 21 15 27 15 28 43 29 72 14 14 2asx6 225 TOTAL FG%: 37.7% 3-Pt. FG%: 23.8% F Throw %: 55.6% Dayton Total 3-Pts Rebounds ## Player fg fga fg fga ft fta of de tot pf tp a to blka s min 04 JOHNSON, Chris f 9 16 2 5 6 9 5 15 20 3 26 0 0 0a 0 31 33 WRIGHT, Chris f 4 13 0 3 8 14 5 6 11 2 16 1 5 3a 1 37 41 HUELSMAN, Kurt f 0 1 0 0 3 4 3 2 5 1 3 1 1 1a 0 29 01 WARREN, London g 1 3 0 0 4 6 1 3 4 2 6 8 3 1a 0 25 32 JOHNSON, Marcus g 4 8 1 2 2 3 0 3 3 4 11 1 1 0a 0 24 00 PERRY, Mickey 2 6 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 4 1 2 0a 0 23 03 LOWERY, Rob 2 6 2 5 3 4 0 1 1 2 9 1 4 0a 0 23 22 WILLIAMS, Paul 0 3 0 2 0 0 0 1 1 2 0 0 0 0a 0 13 23 FABRIZIUS, Luke 1 2 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 3 0 0 0a 0 7 34 SEARCY, Devin 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 3 4 0 0 0 1 0a 0 10 44 BENSON, Josh 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0a 0 3 TEAM 1 1 1 asx Totals 23 60 6 21 26 40 16 34 50 20 78 13 18 5asx1 225 TOTAL FG%: 38.3% 3-Pt. FG%: 28.6% F Throw %: 65.0%

Officials: Joe DeMayo, Raymond Styons, Brent Hampton Technical fouls: Duquesne-None. Dayton-None. Attendance: 13435 Score by Periods Duquesne Dayton

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Dayton 74 Fordham 58 Game #16 · 1/13/10 · New York, NY Madison Square Garden A balanced scoring attack helped the University of Dayton Flyers pick up a 74-58 victory over the Fordham Rams at Madison Square Garden. Luke Fabrizius scored 13 points, Chris Johnson scored 10 while Chris Wright added 12 points, eight rebounds and slammed home four alley-oop dunks. With the win, the Flyers improve to 13-3 overall and 2-0 in the Atlantic 10. UD has won 11 of its last 12. Dayton took control with an 11-0 run that gave it a 52-39 lead. The middle two field goals of the run were dunks by Wright off alley-oop passes from London Warren. Fabrizius closed the run with a 3-pointer.

Officials: Bryan Kersey, Frankie Bordeaux, Mike McCloskey Technical fouls: Ball State-None. Dayton-None. Attendance: 13167

Prior to that run, Fordham battled back and took the lead early in the second half 36-35 two minutes in. However, the Flyers used their sharp shooting and offensive balance to pull away.

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In the first half, UD held a 31-26 advantage as Fabrizius connected on both three-point attempts and Wright put home two dunks.

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Officials: John Gwynn, Bill McCarthy, Ron Tyburski Technical fouls: Dayton-None. Fordham-None. Attendance: 7040 Score by Periods Dayton Fordham

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Dayton 74 Xavier 78 Game #17 · 1/16/10 · Cincinnati, OH Chris Johnson recorded a double-double with 10 points and 16 rebounds, but it wasn’t enough as the University of Dayton Flyers fell to the Xavier Musketeers 78-74. Chris Wright added 10 points and nine boards as UD dropped to 13-4 overall and 2-1 in the Atlantic 10. Marcus Johnson led Dayton with 17 and had three steals, while Rob Lowery added 13 points, eight rebonds and six assists as the Flyers lost for only the second time in their previous 13 contests. In the 150th meeting between the two programs, it was a back-andforth, physical struggle for the entire contest. The Flyers dominated on the glass holding a 51-31 rebounding edge and hauling in 25 offensive rebounds. Ten of Chris Johnson’s 16 boards came on the offensive end. With UD down 74-68, Wright connected on an old-fashioned threepoint play getting a jumper and free throw to pull UD back within three. However, Xavier’s Jordan Crawford hit his second field goal in the last three minutes with the shot clock expiring to put the Musketeers ahead for good. Xavier’s Dante’ Jackson earned the McCafferty-Blackburn MVP award after scoring 19 points and hitting 5-of-8 three pointers. Xavier, who has won 26 consecutive Atlantic 10 home games, went 8-of-16 on three-point attempts in the first 32 minutes of play. The Musketeers finished the contest shooting 24-of-30 at the free throw line and sank 10-of-19 shots from three point range. Xavier had a 69-62 lead with 3:39 left in regulation. Wright would connect on two free throws to cut the XU lead to five. On the ensuing possession, Jordan Crawford hit a long-range three with time expiring on the shot clock giving Xavier a 72-64 lead. Both team’s leading scorers, UD’s Wright and XU’s Jordan Crawford, both picked up three fouls in the first 20 minutes of play. Dayton held a 39-36 lead at the half with Chris Johnson tallying eight points and nine rebounds and Marcus Johnson scoring eight points and picking up three steals. UD’s defense looked sharp early on not allowing a Xavier field goal until the 17:03 mark. But Xavier eventually found its groove and had a 26-22 lead with eight minutes left in the first half. The Flyers kept pace thanks to a cornucopia of baskets from players like Josh Benson, Marcus Johnson, Kurt Huelsman and Lowery.

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throw line in the first half and hitting four shots from beyond the arc. The Musketeers have won the last 24 meetings played in Cincinnati. UD’s last win at Xavier was Jan. 10, 1981. Dayton Total 3-Pts Rebounds ## Player fg fga fg fga ft fta of de tot pf tp a to blka s min 04 JOHNSON, Chris f 5 10 0 5 0 0 10 6 16 1 10 2 2 0a 0 26 33 WRIGHT, Chris f 2 7 0 0 6 9 6 3 9 4 10 1 2 2a 0 14 41 HUELSMAN, Kurt c 2 5 0 0 1 1 1 1 2 3 5 0 0 4a 1 28 03 LOWERY, Rob g 3 17 3 8 4 6 4 4 8 2 13 6 0 0a 2 27 32 JOHNSON, Marcus g 6 14 1 2 4 4 0 3 3 2 17 0 0 0a 3 30 00 PERRY, Mickey 1 2 0 0 1 2 0 1 1 2 3 2 1 0a 0 10 01 WARREN, London 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 3 3 4 0 1 3 0a 1 11 22 WILLIAMS, Paul 1 2 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 2 0 0 1a 0 18 23 FABRIZIUS, Luke 2 5 2 4 0 1 2 1 3 3 6 0 1 0a 0 12 34 SEARCY, Devin 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 4 0 0 1 0a 0 12 44 BENSON, Josh 4 7 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 0 8 3 1 0a 0 12 TEAM 1 2 3 1 asx Totals 26 70 6 20 16 25 25 26 51 25 74 15 12 7asx7 200 TOTAL FG%: 37.1% 3-Pt. FG%: 30.0% F Throw %: 64.0% Xavier Total 3-Pts Rebounds ## Player fg fga fg fga ft fta of de tot pf tp a to blka s min 31 LOVE, Jason f 3 9 0 0 4 7 4 4 8 3 10 0 2 6a 1 32 32 FREASE, Kenny c 1 2 0 0 0 1 0 5 5 3 2 0 1 3a 0 19 25 JACKSON, Dante’ g 6 13 5 8 2 2 1 4 5 2 19 2 1 0a 1 35 52 HOLLOWAY, Terrell g 2 6 0 1 13 14 0 3 3 3 17 2 0 0a 2 32 55 CRAWFORD, Jordan g 6 15 3 6 1 2 0 2 2 3 16 4 2 0a 1 24 10 LYONS, Mark 1 4 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 1a 1 13 12 REDFORD, Brad 2 3 2 3 0 0 0 0 0 2 6 2 0 0a 0 17 15 TAYLOR, Andrew 1 1 0 0 2 2 0 3 3 0 4 0 1 0a 0 14 22 McLEAN, Jamel 0 2 0 0 2 2 2 1 3 3 2 0 1 0a 0 14 TEAM 4 1 5 asx Totals 22 55 10 19 24 30 11 23 34 20 78 10 8 10a 6 200 TOTAL FG%: 40.0% 3-Pt. FG%: 52.6% F Throw %: 80.0%

Officials: DJ Cartstensen, Timothy Higgins, Gary Prager Technical fouls: Dayton-None. Xavier-None. Attendance: 10250 Score by Periods Dayton Xavier

1st 2nd Total 39 35 74 36 42 78

George Washington 51 Dayton 66 Game #18 · 1/20/10 · UD Arena Chris Wright had 14 points and 12 rebounds and sparked an early second-half surge to lead Dayton to a 66-51 victory over George Washington. Dayton (14-4, 3-1 Atlantic 10 Conference) opened the second half with a 16-4 run to lead 54-30 with 14:35 left. Wright scored the Flyers’ first eight points of the half. Wright didn’t score a field goal until the 2:32 mark of the first half, but it was a memorable one. He threw down a one-handed slam in traffic on a feed from Marcus Johnson that gave him sole possession of UD’s career dunk record. His two dunks in the game gave him 104 in just 68 games in a Dayton Uniform. Dayton led 38-26 at halftime, and its stingy man-to-man defense held George Washington (11-6, 1-3) to its lowest point total of the season. The two teams were the second and third-best rebounding teams in the Atlantic 10 this season. The Flyers were plus 5.0 and GW was plus 4.7 in rebounding margin, but UD out-rebounded the Colonials 43-30. Dayton, which extended its school-record home winning streak to 30 games, also got 13 points from Marcus Johnson, 11 from Mickey Perry and 10 from Chris Johnson. The 30-game homecourt win streak is tied for the third-best in Division I. George Washington Total 3-Pts Rebounds ## Player fg fga fg fga ft fta of de tot pf tp a to blka s min 15 WARE, Aaron f 2 4 0 0 1 2 1 1 2 2 5 1 0 1a 0 21 22 HOLLIS, Damian f 2 5 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 5 1 1 1a 0 12 42 KATUKA, Joseph c 3 3 0 0 0 0 1 3 4 5 6 0 1 0a 1 11 03 TAYLOR, Tony g 3 8 1 4 0 0 0 0 0 1 7 5 0 0a 0 25 20 KROMAH, Lasan g 4 10 1 5 5 8 1 1 2 1 14 2 3 0a 1 26 00 SMITH, Dwayne 1 4 0 2 0 3 1 2 3 1 2 0 0 0a 0 17 01 KING, Travis 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 1 2 0 2 1a 2 12 05 BYNES, Bryan 0 5 0 2 0 0 0 2 2 1 0 0 3 0a 1 16 12 PELLOM, David 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 3 3 1 0 1 1 0a 0 14 13 EDWARDS, Jabari 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 2 2 1 2 0 0 2a 0 11 32 JOHNSON, Tim 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 4 1 3 0a 0 17 44 OPOKU, Hermann 1 2 0 0 2 3 1 4 5 2 4 0 0 0a 0 18 TEAM 3 2 5 asx Totals 20 49 3 16 8 17 8 22 30 19 51 11 14 5asx5 200 TOTAL FG%: 40.8% 3-Pt. FG%: 18.8% F Throw %: 47.1%

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Xavier kept themselves in the first half by going 18-of-19 at the free

Dayton Total 3-Pts Rebounds ## Player fg fga fg fga ft fta of de tot pf tp a to blka s min 04 JOHNSON, Chris f 2 9 2 4 4 4 3 5 8 2 10 0 2 1a 1 29 33 WRIGHT, Chris f 5 14 0 1 4 6 4 8 12 2 14 2 1 1a 1 28 41 HUELSMAN, Kurt f 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 3 2 0 1 0 3a 0 20 01 WARREN, London g 2 5 0 1 3 4 0 4 4 3 7 6 3 0a 1 18 32 JOHNSON, Marcus g 5 10 0 4 3 3 2 4 6 3 13 3 2 0a 1 34 00 PERRY, Mickey 4 9 3 6 0 2 2 1 3 1 11 2 0 0a 0 16 03 LOWERY, Rob 1 4 1 4 0 0 1 3 4 2 3 2 5 0a 0 24 12 FOX, Dan 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0a 0 3 34 SEARCY, Devin 2 3 0 0 0 0 2 0 2 1 4 1 1 0a 1 15 35 KAVANAUGH, Matt 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0a 0 2 44 BENSON, Josh 1 1 0 0 2 3 1 0 1 1 4 0 1 0a 0 11 TEAM asx Totals 22 55 6 20 16 22 15 28 43 18 66 17 15 5asx5 200 TOTAL FG%: 40.0% 3-Pt. FG%: 30.0% F Throw %: 72.7%

Officials: Frank Scagliotta, Earl Walton, Tony Dawkins Technical fouls: George Washington-TEAM. Dayton-None. Attendance: 12630 Score by Periods 1st 2nd Total George Washington 26 25 51 Dayton 38 28 66

Dayton 59 Saint Joseph’s 60 Game #19 · 1/23/10 · Philadelphia, PA A career-high 28 points from Chris Wright wasn’t enough as the University of Dayton Flyers had their comeback come up just short in a 60-59 loss to the Saint Joseph’s Hawks. Wright shot 12-of-20 from the floor and hit four free throws as UD drops to 14-5 overall and 3-2 in the Atlantic 10. Trailing by one with 10 seconds remaining in regulation, Rob Lowery‘s game-winning lay-up was blocked to spoil the Flyer comeback bid. UD trailed by five with 44 seconds remaining, but made enough plays to claw their way back to a one-possession game. Wright hit a lay-up after a Hawk turnover to cut the deficit to 60-59 with 17 seconds to play. With 13 seconds left in regulation, the Hawks missed a free throw and lost possession. That allowed the Flyers to get one last chance to win, but could not convert at the other end. Dayton shot 3-of-22 from three-point range and committed 17 turnovers. At one point in the second half the Flyers went 1-for-12 from the floor. The Flyers finished the game 22-for-61, a 36 percent clip from the field. Wright scored 17 points on 8-of-13 shooting from the floor in the first half as the Flyers trailed 34-30. The Hawks led by as many as eight in the first half after the Flyers missed their first 11 shots from beyond the arc and committed 10 turnovers. London Warren finished the game with six points, a season-high nine rebounds and four assists. Lowery added six points and a career-best five steals, while Kurt Huelsman started in his 119th consecutive game, tying the program record held by Mark Ashman. Dayton Total 3-Pts Rebounds ## Player fg fga fg fga ft fta of de tot pf tp a to blka s min 04 JOHNSON, Chris f 2 9 0 5 1 2 3 4 7 2 5 0 1 1a 0 22 33 WRIGHT, Chris f 12 20 0 2 4 5 3 2 5 1 28 0 3 2a 1 32 41 HUELSMAN, Kurt c 0 2 0 0 1 2 3 2 5 1 1 0 1 0a 0 24 01 WARREN, London g 1 3 0 0 4 4 1 8 9 3 6 4 1 0a 1 22 32 JOHNSON, Marcus g 3 11 1 6 1 2 1 3 4 3 8 2 3 1a 1 33 00 PERRY, Mickey 2 5 1 2 0 0 0 3 3 2 5 3 0 0a 1 21 03 LOWERY, Rob 2 8 1 5 1 2 1 2 3 2 6 5 2 0a 5 22 22 WILLIAMS, Paul 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 3 0a 0 6 34 SEARCY, Devin 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 1 0a 0 11 44 BENSON, Josh 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 0a 0 7 TEAM 1 4 5 asx Totals 22 61 3 22 12 17 13 29 42 18 59 14 17 4asx9 200 TOTAL FG%: 36.1% 3-Pt. FG%: 13.6% F Throw %: 70.6% Saint Joseph’s Total 3-Pts Rebounds ## Player fg fga fg fga ft fta of de tot pf tp a to blka s min 32 HILLIARD, Idris f 5 9 0 0 3 4 1 5 6 3 13 1 1 0a 2 35 02 O’BRIEN, Todd c 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 3 3 3 2 0 2 2a 3 22 12 CROSGILE, Justin g 2 8 2 6 4 4 1 0 1 0 10 2 2 0a 0 24 13 GOVENS, Darrin g 4 10 1 5 2 2 1 4 5 1 11 3 5 0a 1 30 15 WILLIAMSON, Garrett g 6 9 0 1 3 4 1 4 5 1 15 2 3 1a 3 38 01 PRESCOTT, Chris 0 6 0 2 0 0 0 2 2 0 0 2 0 0a 0 12 11 BENTLEY, Charoy 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 2 0 0 1 0 0a 0 3 35 JONES, Carl 1 5 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 3 1 2 0a 0 15 40 IRWIN, Bryant 2 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 5 0 0 1a 0 12 42 BAPTISTE, Carl 0 1 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 4 1 0 0 0a 0 9 TEAM 1 4 5 1 asx Totals 21 53 5 17 13 17 5 24 29 15 60 12 16 4asx9 200 TOTAL FG%: 39.6% 3-Pt. FG%: 29.4% F Throw %: 76.5%

Officials: Brian O’Connell, Jackie Sanders, Jeff Janosik Technical fouls: Dayton-None. Saint Joseph’s-None. Attendance: 4200 Score by Periods Dayton Saint Joseph’s

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Dayton 75 St. Bonaventure 58 Game #21 · 1/30/10 · St. Bonaventure, NY Chris Johnson scored 12 points and Marcus Johnson added 11 points and eight rebounds as the University of Dayton Flyers snapped a twogame losing skid with a 75-58 victory over the St. Bonaventure Bonnies. UD utilized a balanced, team-oriented scoring attack as Devin Searcy came off the bench to tally nine points and six rebounds. The Bonnies at one-point had the Flyer lead down to three at 46-43 with 11 minutes to play. But the Flyers went on a 15-8 run to begin to pull away midway through the second half. The Flyers once again dominated on the glass out-rebounding St. Bonaventure 45-30. Dayton also converted 6-of-12 shots from beyond the arc and shot 74 percent from the foul line (25-of-34). Dayton Total 3-Pts Rebounds ## Player fg fga fg fga ft fta of de tot pf tp a to blka s min 04 JOHNSON, Chris f 3 8 2 4 4 4 0 3 3 0 12 0 1 0a 1 30 33 WRIGHT, Chris f 2 5 0 0 1 2 1 2 3 2 5 0 2 3a 0 23 41 HUELSMAN, Kurt c 3 5 0 0 3 4 3 4 7 4 9 0 1 1a 0 20 01 WARREN, London g 2 2 0 0 7 10 0 3 3 3 11 4 2 0a 2 24 22 WILLIAMS, Paul g 2 6 2 4 0 0 1 2 3 5 6 0 1 0a 0 19 00 PERRY, Mickey 1 1 0 0 3 4 0 1 1 1 5 2 0 0a 0 14 03 LOWERY, Rob 1 6 1 3 0 0 0 1 1 0 3 4 1 0a 0 16 23 FABRIZIUS, Luke 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 0a 0 5 32 JOHNSON, Marcus 3 4 1 1 4 5 1 7 8 2 11 2 3 0a 0 19 34 SEARCY, Devin 3 7 0 0 3 5 4 2 6 1 9 1 2 2a 1 17 44 BENSON, Josh 2 3 0 0 0 0 0 4 4 0 4 0 1 0a 0 13 TEAM 2 3 5 asx Totals 22 48 6 12 25 34 13 32 45 18 75 14 15 6asx4 200 TOTAL FG%: 45.8% 3-Pt. FG%: 50.0% F Throw %: 73.5%

Rhode Island 65 Dayton 64 Game #20 · 1/26/10 · UD Arena London Warren and Kurt Huelsman each scored season-highs, but it wasn’t enough as Rhode Island edged Dayton 65-64 at the University of Dayton Arena. The loss ended UD’s 30-game homecourt winning streak, which is a school record. Warren and Chris Wright each scored 12 points, with Chris Johnson adding 11 points and Huelsman scoring 10 (4-4 FG) and grabbing a season-best nine rebounds. Huelsman started his 120th straight game for the Flyers, giving him sole possession of the Flyer record for consecutive starts. Warren came up with a career-high five steals against the team that leads the Atlantic 10 in turnover margin. Dayton led by nine at halftime, 33-24, but found itself trailing by two late in the game after. URI’s Marquis Jones hit a long-three-pointer off a high ball screen and when Mickey Perry’s 25-footer bounced off the rim, Rhode Island handed the Flyers their second straight one-point loss (UD lost 60-59 at Saint Joseph’s on Saturday). Rhode Island Total 3-Pts Rebounds ## Player fg fga fg fga ft fta of de tot pf tp a to blka s min 15 ULMER, Lamonte f 3 7 0 0 0 0 4 1 5 2 6 0 1 1a 0 37 21 JAMES, Delroy f 7 11 6 8 2 3 2 1 3 4 22 1 3 1a 0 23 32 MARTELL, Will c 1 3 0 0 0 0 1 2 3 3 2 2 1 3a 0 18 05 JONES, Marquis g 2 5 1 3 0 0 0 2 2 2 5 2 3 0a 1 26 22 COTHRAN, Keith g 6 15 2 6 3 4 3 4 7 2 17 2 2 0a 0 30 01 MEJIA, Stevie 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 1 2 1 2 0a 1 16 02 EAVES, Ben 1 5 1 4 1 2 1 3 4 0 4 0 0 0a 0 15 04 WILSON, Jamal 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0a 0 3 10 RICHMOND, Akeem 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 2 0 0a 0 11 12 OUTERBRIDGE, Orion 2 4 0 0 1 2 0 1 1 2 5 0 1 1 0a 15 24 BROOKS, Ryan 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 2 0 1 0a 0 6 TEAM 1 3 4 asx Totals 24 55 10 23 7 11 14 20 34 16 65 10 15 6asx2 200 TOTAL FG%: 43.6% 3-Pt. FG%: 43.5% F Throw %: 63.6% Dayton Total 3-Pts Rebounds ## Player fg fga fg fga ft fta of de tot pf tp a to blka s min 04 JOHNSON, Chris f 4 7 0 3 3 3 2 3 5 3 11 0 0 0a 0 24 33 WRIGHT, Chris f 4 10 0 0 4 8 1 5 6 3 12 4 1 2a 0 30 41 HUELSMAN, Kurt f 4 4 0 0 2 2 3 6 9 1 10 0 1 1a 0 28 01 WARREN, London g 5 7 0 0 2 2 1 1 2 1 12 2 1 0a 5 26 32 JOHNSON, Marcus g 1 5 0 1 1 2 0 2 2 2 3 1 3 0a 0 23 00 PERRY, Mickey 3 10 1 4 0 0 0 0 0 1 7 2 4 0a 0 23 03 LOWERY, Rob 1 4 1 2 0 0 0 1 1 2 3 3 0 0a 0 12 22 WILLIAMS, Paul 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 2 0 0 0a 0 18 23 FABRIZIUS, Luke 1 4 1 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0a 0 7 34 SEARCY, Devin 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0a 0 5 44 BENSON, Josh 0 1 0 0 1 2 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0a 0 4 TEAM 2 2 asx Totals 24 53 3 14 13 19 11 18 29 15 64 12 10 3asx5 200 TOTAL FG%: 45.3% 3-Pt. FG%: 21.4% F Throw %: 68.4%

Officials: Pat Driscoll, Mike Kitts, Jim Haney Technical fouls: Rhode Island-None. Dayton-None. Attendance: 12501 Score by Periods Rhode Island Dayton

St. Bonaventure Total 3-Pts Rebounds ## Player fg fga fg fga ft fta of de tot pf tp a to blka s min 21 COOK, Da’Quan f 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 4 0 0 1 0a 1 15 00 ADEGBOYE, Ogo g 3 6 1 2 1 3 0 0 0 5 8 1 1 0a 1 20 04 MATTHEWS, Chris g 2 9 2 8 1 3 0 4 4 2 7 3 2 1a 1 34 05 HALL, Jonathan g 3 8 1 2 0 2 0 0 0 4 7 2 0 1a 2 26 32 DAVENPORT, Michael g 4 11 0 3 2 2 1 0 1 0 10 1 0 0a 1 29 11 CONGER, Demitrius 0 1 0 1 1 2 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 0a 0 4 20 ELEBY, Malcolm 3 10 0 3 7 8 3 5 8 4 13 3 4 0a 1 28 24 LEONARD, Lewis 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0a 0 1 33 SIMMONS, Marquise 4 7 0 0 0 4 6 1 7 2 8 0 0 0a 1 17 35 ROSEBORO, Brett 2 4 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 4 0 1 1a 2 15 45 HOUSEKNECHT, Jake 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 4 4 3 0 0 0 1a 0 11 TEAM 2 1 3 asx Totals 21 57 4 19 12 24 12 18 30 26 58 10 9 4a 10 200a 200 TOTAL FG%: 36.8% 3-Pt. FG%: 21.1% F Throw %: 50.0%

Officials: Gene Steratore (R), Larry Scirotto, Brian Dorsey Technical fouls: Dayton-None. St. Bonaventure-None. Attendance: 5290 Score by Periods Dayton St. Bonaventure

1st 2nd Total 33 42 75 26 32 58

Xavier 65 Dayton 90

Xavier Total 3-Pts Rebounds ## Player fg fga fg fga ft fta of de tot pf tp a to blka s min 22 McLEAN, Jamel f 3 5 0 0 1 1 3 4 7 4 7 1 2 0a 0 26 25 JACKSON, Dante’ f 3 8 3 8 0 0 1 1 2 3 9 2 2 0a 2 32 31 LOVE, Jason c 2 8 0 0 3 5 0 6 6 2 7 0 1 1a 1 27 52 HOLLOWAY, Terrell g 3 8 1 4 5 5 0 0 0 2 12 0 4 0a 1 35 55 CRAWFORD, Jordan g 8 14 3 6 5 7 2 2 4 4 24 5 4 0a 2 32 10 LYONS, Mark 1 5 0 2 1 2 0 1 1 1 3 1 2 0a 0 16 12 REDFORD, Brad 1 3 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 1 3 0 0 0a 0 8 15 TAYLOR, Andrew 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 3 0 0 0 0a 0 14 32 FREASE, Kenny 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 2 0 1 1 0a 0 10 TEAM 1 1 1 asx Totals 21 56 8 23 15 20 8 16 24 23 65 10 16 1asx6 200 TOTAL FG%: 37.5% 3-Pt. FG%: 34.8% F Throw %: 75.0% Dayton Total 3-Pts Rebounds ## Player fg fga fg fga ft fta of de tot pf tp a to blka s min 04 JOHNSON, Chris f 6 8 2 3 4 4 3 3 6 1 18 3 2 1a 1 22 33 WRIGHT, Chris f 6 13 1 2 4 7 4 5 9 2 17 1 2 3a 0 31 41 HUELSMAN, Kurt f 2 3 0 0 0 1 0 2 2 4 4 0 0 1a 1 18 01 WARREN, London g 3 5 0 0 1 2 0 4 4 3 7 3 4 0a 2 18 22 WILLIAMS, Paul g 3 6 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 5 7 0 0 0a 0 23 00 PERRY, Mickey 3 4 1 2 0 0 0 2 2 0 7 1 2 0a 0 13 03 LOWERY, Rob 4 7 3 5 5 6 1 3 4 2 16 5 1 0a 2 21 12 FOX, Dan 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0a 0 1 24 HENDRICK, Luke 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0a 0 1 32 JOHNSON, Marcus 3 4 0 0 4 6 0 4 4 2 10 0 3 0a 0 21 34 SEARCY, Devin 1 5 0 0 2 2 3 5 8 1 4 0 0 1a 0 20 35 KAVANAUGH, Matt 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0a 0 1 44 BENSON, Josh 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0a 0 10 TEAM 1 1 2 asx Totals 31 55 7 13 21 29 12 30 42 20 90 14 16 6asx6 200 TOTAL FG%: 56.4% 3-Pt. FG%: 53.8% F Throw %: 72.4%

Officials: Joe DeMayo, Lamar Simpson, John Hughes Technical fouls: Xavier-TEAM. Dayton-None. Attendance: 13435 Score by Periods Xavier Dayton

1st 2nd Total 26 39 65 39 51 90

Charlotte 47 Dayton 75 Game #23 · 2/10/10 · UD Arena Chris Wright scored a career-high 30 points to lead Dayton to a 75-47 victory over Charlotte, tightening the Atlantic 10 race. Dayton (17-6, 6-3), who was the preseason favorite to win the A10, has rebounded from consecutive one-point conference losses with three straight victories to help create a logjam of seven teams within one game of first place in the loss column. Wright was 11-of-15 from the field, pulled down nine rebounds and blocked two shots en route to his 30 points in just 28 minutes of play. Chris Johnson added 14 points and seven rebounds, and Marcus Johnson came off the bench for 13. Charlotte (18-6, 8-2) entered the game alone in first place but fell into a tie with Xavier and Richmond. Dayton had knocked Xavier out of first place with a 90-65 win over the Musketeers last Saturday.

Game #22 · 2/6/10 · UD Arena

Dayton took control with a 13-3 run to start the second half, sparked by Wright’s 10 points, including consecutive 3-pointers, to push the lead to 43-30. Dayton’s lead grew to 73-44 with 2:20 to play.

Chris Johnson started Dayton’s opening 17-3 run, and the Flyers led by double-digits the rest of the way in a 90-65 victory that knocked Xavier out of first place in the Atlantic 10.

Charlotte maintained a small lead for most of the first half until Wright and Chris Johnson ignited a 17-10 run over the final seven minutes to take a 30-27 lead at halftime.

Dayton (16-6, 5-3) was picked to win the Atlantic 10, but came into the game needing to split its season series with Xavier — the three-time defending champion — to stay in contention.

Charlotte was held to it lowest point total of the year and shot just 25.0% (12-of-48) from the floor.

The Flyers never trailed, and out-rebounded the Musketeers 42-24 for the game. UD led 39-26 at halftime, and held X to its lowest first-half total of the season. The Flyers then added a season-high 51 points in the second half shooting 72.0% (18-25) from the field en route to shooting 56.4% (31-55) for the game. Chris Johnson led a balanced offense with 18 points. Chris Wright added 17 and nine rebounds. Rob Lowery scored 16 points and Marcus Johnson 10 as Dayton’s non-starters out-scored their Xavier counterparts 37-6. Wright had a game-high nine rebounds and three blocked shots, and was named the Blackburn-McCafferty Most Valuable Player. Xavier got into foul trouble fast and never recovered, finishing with its most lopsided loss of the season. Senior center Jason Love picked up two fouls in the opening 64 seconds, and backup Kenny Frease joined him on the bench at the 16:37 mark. Dayton scored the next 11 points and held at least a 10-point lead for the final 32 minutes of the game. Jordan Crawford led Xavier with 24 points.

Charlotte Total 3-Pts Rebounds ## Player fg fga fg fga ft fta of de tot pf tp a to blka s min 35 BRASWELL, Chris f 2 7 0 0 1 6 5 5 10 4 5 1 1 1a 1 19 43 SPEARS, Shamari f 5 13 0 1 2 4 1 3 4 2 12 0 0 0a 1 30 01 GREEN, Derrio g 1 10 1 8 6 6 0 3 3 0 9 0 0 0a 1 28 03 HARRIS, Dijuan g 1 4 0 1 6 7 0 4 4 1 8 4 3 0a 0 35 21 WILDERNESS, An’Juan g 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 3 3 2 0 0 3 0a 0 14 00 BARNETT, Javarris 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0a 0 4 02 SHERRILL, K.J. 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 2 0 0 1a 1 15 05 JONES, Phil 0 3 0 1 1 2 2 1 3 5 1 1 0 2a 0 11 10 PARKS, Trevin 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 1 1 0 1 0 1 0a 0 2 11 ANDERSEN, Ian 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 1 0 0 1 0a 0 9 12 LEWIS, Colby 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0a 0 1 14 CHURCH, Kyle 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0a 0 1 15 SIRIN, Gokhan 1 4 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 1 3 0 0 0a 0 12 31 DEWHURST, Charles 1 1 0 0 4 4 1 0 1 1 6 0 3 0a 0 19 TEAM 1 1 asx Totals 12 48 2 14 21 31 10 23 33 18 47 6 13 4asx4 200 TOTAL FG%: 25.0% 3-Pt. FG%: 14.3% F Throw %: 67.7%

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2009-2010 review Dayton Total 3-Pts Rebounds ## Player fg fga fg fga ft fta of de tot pf tp a to blka s min 04 JOHNSON, Chris f 4 7 3 6 3 4 2 5 7 3 14 0 1 0a 1 28 33 WRIGHT, Chris f 11 15 2 3 6 9 2 7 9 0 30 1 2 2a 1 28 41 HUELSMAN, Kurt f 1 5 0 0 1 2 2 3 5 2 3 1 1 0a 0 19 01 WARREN, London g 1 3 0 1 2 4 1 0 1 3 4 7 2 0a 1 20 22 WILLIAMS, Paul g 0 3 0 3 0 0 1 4 5 1 0 1 0 0a 1 21 00 PERRY, Mickey 1 5 1 3 0 0 0 1 1 1 3 1 1 0a 0 13 03 LOWERY, Rob 1 3 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 4 2 4 0 0a 1 14 12 FOX, Dan 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0a 0 2 24 HENDRICK, Luke 1 3 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 2 0 0 0a 0 2 25 NOURSE, Logan 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0a 0 2 32 JOHNSON, Marcus 5 8 1 2 2 2 0 5 5 4 13 0 3 0a 1 19 34 SEARCY, Devin 1 1 0 0 2 4 1 3 4 2 4 0 0 2a 1 19 35 KAVANAUGH, Matt 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0a 0 2 40 ZESTERMANN, Peter 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0a 0 2 44 BENSON, Josh 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 2 0 0 0 0a 0 9 TEAM 1 2 3 1 asx Totals 26 54 7 20 16 27 12 32 44 23 75 16 11 4asx7 200 TOTAL FG%: 48.1% 3-Pt. FG%: 35.0% F Throw %: 59.3%

Officials: Bob Donato, James Breeding, Gene Steratore Technical fouls: Charlotte-None. Dayton-None. Attendance: 12716 Score by Periods Charlotte Dayton

1st 2nd Total 27 20 47 30 45 75

Dayton 65 Saint Louis 68 Game #24 · 2/13/10 · St. Louis, MO Chris Wright scored 16 points as the University of Dayton Flyers lost a heartbreaker on the road 68-65 to the Saint Louis Billikens. Devin Searcy scored a career-high 16 points and Chris Johnson added eight points and 12 rebounds, as the Flyers had their three-game winning streak snapped. UD falls to 17-7 overall and 6-4 in the Atlantic 10. Despite having a 45-31 edge in rebounds, Dayton allowed 11 Saint Louis three-pointers, including a game-tying 30-foot bank shot by Saint Louis’ Kwmain Mitchell with 1.3 seconds remaining in regulation. For those who have followed the series between the Flyers and the Billikens, having the game go into overtime is no surprise. The two teams met in the extra session for the eighth time in the series history. Down by four in the second overtime, Rob Lowery maneuvered through the Billiken defense to get two lay-ups and tied the contest at 63-63 with 49 seconds left. Saint Louis then scored a Cody Ellis three-pointer to put the Billikens ahead. The Billikens made it a two-possession game hitting one free throw after a missed shot. Searcy threw down a dunk with 11 seconds in the second overtime to cut the deficit to two. However, a Chris Johnson three attempt just missed with less than five seconds to play. Each team scored five points apiece in the first overtime. Paul Williams sank a three and Wright added a runner in the lane for the UD points. Dayton led at one point by 15-points. Saint Louis clawed back midway through the second half and eventually took the lead would take the lead for the first time at 44-42 with 8:30 remaining. Wright got the Flyers back in the game with three consecutive field goals. Dayton went on an 11-2 run and took a 54-46 lead with less than three minutes remaining after a Searcy lay-up. Eventually, the Flyers separated away late in the second half after making a unique defensive adjustment. Wright moved from the post to guard Mitchell, the Billikens leading scorer. The adjustment sparked the Flyers to hold Saint Louis scoreless in five consecutive possessions. Wright finished the game 8-of-16 shooting from the floor, corralled four rebounds and had three steals. Williams finished with five points and five rebounds and Josh Benson came off the bench to tally five points and four rebounds. Dayton Total 3-Pts Rebounds ## Player fg fga fg fga ft fta of de tot pf tp a to blka s min 04 JOHNSON, Chris f 3 12 0 4 2 3 2 10 12 3 8 0 2 0a 1 36 33 WRIGHT, Chris f 8 16 0 3 0 0 1 3 4 4 16 1 1 1a 3 41 41 HUELSMAN, Kurt c 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 3 4 3 0 0 3 0a 0 14 01 WARREN, London g 1 2 0 0 1 3 0 2 2 1 3 3 3 0a 1 24 22 WILLIAMS, Paul g 2 6 1 3 0 2 0 5 5 1 5 1 2 0a 0 32 00 PERRY, Mickey 0 0 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 0a 1 11 03 LOWERY, Rob 2 6 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 4 3 2 0a 0 27 32 JOHNSON, Marcus 2 3 0 1 0 1 0 2 2 2 4 0 1 0a 0 27 34 SEARCY, Devin 6 6 0 0 4 6 2 3 5 3 16 0 0 0a 0 21 35 KAVANAUGH, Matt 1 3 0 0 0 0 2 1 3 0 2 0 1 0a 0 5 44 BENSON, Josh 2 3 0 0 1 3 0 4 4 2 5 1 1 1a 0 12 TEAM 2 2 4 asx Totals 27 58 1 13 10 20 10 35 45 22 65 9 16 2asx6 250 TOTAL FG%: 46.6% 3-Pt. FG%: 7.7% F Throw %: 50.0%

Saint Louis Total 3-Pts Rebounds ## Player fg fga fg fga ft fta of de tot pf tp a to blka s min 24 ELLIS, Cody f 3 11 3 9 2 2 0 7 7 1 11 3 1 1a 0 37 33 REED, Willie f 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 7 7 4 2 0 3 1a 1 28 03 MITCHELL, Kwamain g 5 16 2 9 9 12 1 4 5 3 21 3 2 0a 1 45 15 SALECICH, Christian g 2 5 1 2 0 1 0 1 1 2 5 4 0 0a 2 40 23 CASSITY, Kyle g 5 11 4 5 0 2 0 2 2 1 14 0 2 0a 3 43 12 JORDAN, Justin 3 4 1 2 1 1 0 1 1 0 8 1 1 0a 0 18 14 CONKLIN, Brian 2 5 0 0 2 4 2 3 5 1 6 1 1 2a 0 29 21 SMITH, Jon 0 0 0 0 1 2 1 0 1 3 1 0 0 1a 0 7 32 REMEKUN, Cory 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 0a 0 3 TEAM 2 2 asx Totals 21 55 11 27 15 25 4 27 31 17 68 12 11 5asx7 250 TOTAL FG%: 38.2% 3-Pt. FG%: 40.7% F Throw %: 60.0%

Dayton 71 Duquesne 73

Officials: Ray Perone, Bo Boroski, Frankie Bordeaux Technical fouls: Dayton-None. Saint Louis-None. Attendance: 9453

Turnovers proved to be the difference in the contest as UD had 21 miscues. The Flyers shot 11-of-29 from beyond the arc and were outrebounded for the second consecutive game.

Score by Periods Dayton Saint Louis

Dayton had a 71-69 lead with a minute remaining before the Dukes hit a free throw and forced a turnover on the ensuing Flyer possession. The Dukes came back on the other end and hit a lay-up to take the lead for good with 25 seconds remaining.

Chris Wright scored his 1,000th career point and Chris Johnson added 21 points and six rebounds as the University of Dayton Flyers fell 7371 to the Duquesne Dukes. Dayton drops to 18-8 overall and 7-5 in the Atlantic 10. Paul Williams added 12 points and Kurt Huelsman chipped in with 10 points and six rebounds. Wright became the 42nd player in the program’s history to eclipse the 1,000 career point mark.

La Salle 54 Dayton 68

A three-point attempt from the corner by Chris Johnson fell short as time expired handing UD another close loss.

Game #25 · 2/18/10 · UD Arena

After going 11-1 last season in games decided by five points or less, Dayton is now 3-6 in those same games with six consecutive losses.

Senior Marcus Johnson shot 7-for-11 from the field and 2-for-2 from the free throw line for a game-high 16 points to lead the University of Dayton to a 68-54 win over La Salle at UD Arena. The game was also a record-setting one for two Dayton seniors. Kurt Huelsman and London Warren tied the school record with their 125th consecutive game played, tying David Morris, Yuanta Holland and their former teammates Brian Roberts and Jimmy Binnie Dayton led 32-25 at halftime, but the Explorers made a big charge, knotting the game at 49-all with 8:33 to play. That’s when the Flyers answered the Explorer big charge with an even bigger one of their own. A Johnson fast-break layup started a 19-0 run to clinch the UD win. Johnson and senior Mickey Perry each scored six points in the spurt, while junior Devin Searcy added five. Dayton improves to 18-7 overall and 7-4 in Atlantic 10 action, just one game out of fourth place in the standings. La Salle is now 11-14, and 3-8 in the A-10. The Flyers are 12-0 when holding their opponent to under 60 points. Junior Chris Wright contributed 12 points, and now needs just 12 to reach the 1,000-point milestone. He also tied career highs for blocked shots (3) and steals (3). Three Flyers scored nine points; sophomore Chris Johnson sank three triples, Searcy went 4-of-8 from the field and added a free throw, and redshirt freshman Josh Benson shot 3-for-5 from the floor and 3-for-5 from the free throw line. Dayton shot well from the field, converting 47.4 percent of its shots. The UD bench outscored La Salle’s 42-15. The Flyers also notched a seasonhigh 11 steals and the Explorers’ 21 turnovers was the second-highest forced by UD this season, only behind the 26 miscues by Georgia Tech on Nov. 19, 2009 (UD won 63-59). UD also distributed the ball well; dishing 20 assists as a team, tying for its second-best performance this season. Senior London Warren led the way with six dimes (against zero assists), while senior Rob Lowery added five assists. La Salle Total 3-Pts Rebounds ## Player fg fga fg fga ft fta of de tot pf tp a to blka s min 14 WHITE, Devon f 2 4 0 0 0 0 1 3 4 2 4 0 2 4a 0 19 20 WILLIAMS, Jerrell f 3 6 0 1 3 4 8 3 11 5 9 1 4 0a 0 25 24 MURRAY, Aaric c 4 16 1 11 0 0 1 4 5 4 9 1 3 1a 2 35 04 GRANT, Parrish g 0 1 0 1 1 2 0 1 1 1 1 2 4 0a 0 31 10 GREEN, Rodney g 7 23 1 5 1 3 3 5 8 1 16 5 6 0a 2 37 01 CAREY, T.T. 3 5 2 3 0 0 0 2 2 0 8 0 0 0a 0 21 41 WEINGARTEN, Steve 3 9 1 3 0 0 5 7 12 2 7 0 2 0a 1 32 TEAM 1 1 asx Totals 22 64 5 24 5 9 19 25 44 15 54 9 21 5asx5 200 TOTAL FG%: 34.4% 3-Pt. FG%: 20.8% F Throw %: 55.6% Dayton Total 3-Pts Rebounds ## Player fg fga fg fga ft fta of de tot pf tp a to blka s min 04 JOHNSON, Chris f 3 10 3 8 0 0 2 2 4 0 9 4 1 0a 1 25 33 WRIGHT, Chris f 5 11 0 0 2 4 0 4 4 0 12 0 2 3a 3 29 41 HUELSMAN, Kurt f 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 5 5 0 0 1 1 0a 0 19 01 WARREN, London g 1 4 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 0 2 6 0 0a 3 20 22 WILLIAMS, Paul g 1 2 1 2 0 0 0 2 2 2 3 0 0 0a 0 13 00 PERRY, Mickey 2 4 2 3 0 0 0 1 1 1 6 1 1 0a 0 16 03 LOWERY, Rob 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 5 5 0a 1 20 32 JOHNSON, Marcus 7 11 0 2 2 2 2 1 3 0 16 2 1 1a 2 28 34 SEARCY, Devin 4 8 0 0 1 3 2 6 8 1 9 1 0 1a 1 19 44 BENSON, Josh 3 5 0 0 3 5 0 0 0 1 9 0 2 0a 0 11 TEAM 1 4 5 asx Totals 27 57 6 15 8 14 7 27 34 7 68 20 13 5a 11 200a 200 TOTAL FG%: 47.4% 3-Pt. FG%: 40.0% F Throw %: 57.1%

Officials: Mike Kitts, Joe Lindsay, Roger Ayers Technical fouls: La Salle-None. Dayton-None. Attendance: 12664

UNIVERSITYOFDAYTON Score by Periods La Salle Dayton

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1st 2nd OT OT2 Total 33 21 5 6 65 19 35 5 9 68

Game #26 · 2/21/10 · Pittsburgh, PA

1st 2nd Total 25 29 54 32 36 68

The Flyers’ five league losses are by a total of 11 points and each loss was a one-possession game in the final minute. Wright finished the game with 15 points on 7-of-7 shooting from the floor and hauled in five rebounds. Chris Johnson converted six of the Flyers’ 11 shots from beyond the arc. Rob Lowery added seven points and six assists while London Warren had four points and six assists. Dayton Total 3-Pts Rebounds ## Player fg fga fg fga ft fta of de tot pf tp a to blka s min 04 JOHNSON, Chris f 6 16 6 13 3 4 1 5 6 4 21 2 1 0a 0 28 33 WRIGHT, Chris f 7 7 0 0 1 1 1 5 6 4 15 0 4 2a 1 27 41 HUELSMAN, Kurt f 2 3 0 0 6 8 3 3 6 1 10 0 0 0a 0 31 01 WARREN, London g 2 3 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 5 4 6 4 1a 0 15 22 WILLIAMS, Paul g 4 8 4 7 0 0 1 1 2 2 12 1 0 0a 0 23 00 PERRY, Mickey 1 3 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 2 0a 0 17 03 LOWERY, Rob 2 6 1 4 2 2 0 2 2 2 7 6 6 0a 1 23 23 FABRIZIUS, Luke 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0a 0 6 32 JOHNSON, Marcus 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 3 3 1 0 2 1 0a 1 18 34 SEARCY, Devin 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 2 0 0 1 0a 2 8 44 BENSON, Josh 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 2 0a 0 4 TEAM 2 3 5 asx Totals 24 50 11 29 12 15 8 26 34 22 71 18 21 3asx5 200 TOTAL FG%: 48.0% 3-Pt. FG%: 37.9% F Throw %: 80.0% Duquesne Total 3-Pts Rebounds ## Player fg fga fg fga ft fta of de tot pf tp a to blka s min 25 SAUNDERS, Damian f 8 17 0 3 4 7 2 3 5 4 20 1 2 0a 3 32 32 MONTEIRO, B.J. f 3 6 0 1 2 4 0 2 2 1 8 5 2 1a 1 27 05 WILLIAMS, Morakinyo c 2 3 0 0 2 5 2 2 4 1 6 2 0 0a 0 17 03 EVANS, Eric g 6 9 0 3 2 2 0 2 2 1 14 4 2 0a 0 28 13 DUTY, Jason g 2 2 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 2 5 2 0 0a 1 24 20 JOHNSON, Sean 1 3 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 0 1 0a 0 14 23 BOLDING, Melquan 2 9 0 4 2 4 1 5 6 1 6 0 2 0a 3 23 30 CLARK, Bill 3 9 1 4 5 7 0 4 4 3 12 0 1 0a 1 25 33 PEGGAU, Rodrigo 0 1 0 0 0 2 2 0 2 2 0 0 1 0a 0 5 55 NEWTON, Lucas 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0a 0 5 TEAM 8 1 9 asx Totals 27 59 2 18 17 31 15 20 35 17 73 15 11 1asx9 200 TOTAL FG%: 45.8% 3-Pt. FG%: 11.1% F Throw %: 54.8%

Officials: Bob Donato, Jim Haney, Mike Eades Technical fouls: Dayton-None. Duquesne-None. Attendance: 5144 Score by Periods Dayton Duquesne

1st 2nd Total 33 38 71 30 43 73

Dayton 41 Temple 49 Game #27 · 2/24/10 · Philadelphia, PA Chris Wright recorded his fifth double-double of the season with 12 points and 13 rebounds as the Dayton Flyers fell 49-41 to the No. 20/18 Temple Owls. The 41 points scored by UD was tied for the seventh fewest since 1950. Rob Lowery scored seven points and Marcus Johnson added four points and four rebounds as Dayton dropped to 18-9 overall and 7-6 in the Atlantic 10. Dayton’s road losing streak extended to three as the Flyers shot 26 percent from the floor and 5-of-17 from beyond the arc. UD limited Temple to 32 percent shooting from the field and only allowed two converted shots from beyond the arc.


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Dayton Total 3-Pts Rebounds ## Player fg fga fg fga ft fta of de tot pf tp a to blka s min 33 WRIGHT, Chris f 4 11 0 1 4 5 3 10 13 1 12 0 1 0a 1 30 41 HUELSMAN, Kurt c 1 8 0 0 1 2 0 7 7 1 3 0 2 1a 0 24 01 WARREN, London g 1 3 0 0 0 0 1 4 5 4 2 2 2 0a 0 18 03 LOWERY, Rob g 2 9 2 4 1 2 0 3 3 4 7 3 4 0a 1 27 32 JOHNSON, Marcus g 2 5 0 0 0 0 1 3 4 3 4 2 0 1a 2 25 00 PERRY, Mickey 2 5 0 1 0 0 1 1 2 4 4 2 0 0a 0 15 04 JOHNSON, Chris 1 4 1 4 0 0 2 1 3 1 3 1 1 0a 0 23 22 WILLIAMS, Paul 1 4 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 2 3 0 0 0a 1 18 23 FABRIZIUS, Luke 1 4 1 4 0 0 1 0 1 0 3 0 1 0a 0 8 34 SEARCY, Devin 0 4 0 0 0 0 2 2 4 1 0 0 1 1a 0 9 44 BENSON, Josh 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0a 0 3 TEAM 1 2 3 asx Totals 15 57 5 17 6 9 12 33 45 21 41 10 12 3asx5 200 TOTAL FG%: 26.3% 3-Pt. FG%: 29.4% F Throw %: 66.7% Temple Total 3-Pts Rebounds ## Player fg fga fg fga ft fta of de tot pf tp a to blka s min 24 ALLEN, Lavoy f 3 8 0 1 3 5 4 13 17 3 9 3 0 3a 0 39 50 ERIC, Micheal c 2 4 0 0 0 0 2 2 4 3 4 0 1 0a 1 13 02 BROOKS, Ryan g 5 12 0 3 1 2 0 3 3 1 11 1 2 0a 1 37 10 GUZMAN,Luis g 0 4 0 3 2 4 0 3 3 2 2 7 0 0a 2 27 23 MOORE, Ramone g 4 12 0 2 5 6 2 1 3 0 13 1 1 0a 0 30 04 FERNANDEZ, Juan 2 8 2 5 1 2 0 2 2 3 7 1 2 0a 1 28 30 WILLIAMS, Craig 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0a 0 1 32 JEFFERSON, Rahlir 1 4 0 0 1 2 2 4 6 1 3 0 1 1a 0 25 TEAM 1 3 4 1 asx Totals 17 53 2 15 13 21 11 31 42 13 49 13 8 4asx5 200 TOTAL FG%: 32.1% 3-Pt. FG%: 13.3% F Throw %: 61.9%

Officials: DJ Carstensen, Brian O’Connell, Tony Dawkins Technical fouls: Dayton-None. Temple-None. Attendance: 5833 Score by Periods Dayton Temple

1st 2nd Total 13 28 41 19 30 49

Massachusetts 68 Dayton 96 Game #28 · 2/27/10 · UD Arena Mickey Perry scored 15 points and sparked a second-half run with four 3-pointers to help Dayton roll to a 96-68 victory over Massachusetts. Dayton (19-9, 8-6 Atlantic 10) saw what had been a double-digit lead since halftime shrink to 58-50 midway through the second half. Perry capped an ensuing 28-10 run with four 3-pointers to give Dayton an 86-60 lead with 4:22 to play. The Flyers led by as much as 33 (93-60) with 2:34 to play. The first of UD’s walk-ons came in five seconds later as coach Brian Gregory was able to give all 16 players playing time. Perry made five of seven 3-pointers and Dayton made 13 of 28 as a team. The senior from Chicago matched his career high with 15 points. Chris Wright added 14 points and Rob Lowery 13 for the Flyers, who had six players score in double figures. Also at 10 or more were Marcus Johnson (11), Chris Johnson (11) and Devin Searcy (10). UMass (10-18, 4-10), which had won its past two games at Dayton and had a four-game winning streak against the Flyers, leads the A-10 in rebounding but was outrebounded by Dayton 44-30. The 96 points for UD are the most scored under Gregory. Massachusetts Total 3-Pts Rebounds ## Player fg fga fg fga ft fta of de tot pf tp a to blka s min 02 VINSON, Terrell f 6 10 1 2 3 4 2 0 2 5 16 3 2 0a 0 21 10 FARRELL, Javorn f 3 7 0 0 3 4 1 1 2 5 9 0 1 0a 2 21 23 CARTER, Sean c 0 5 0 0 0 2 3 3 6 3 0 0 0 1a 0 20 05 HARRIS, Ricky g 3 15 1 6 2 4 0 2 2 2 9 1 3 0a 0 34 24 RILEY, Freddie g 4 6 4 6 0 0 0 1 1 2 12 0 0 0a 0 26 04 MONGO, Lex 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0a 0 1 11 CORREIA, Gary 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 3 0 0a 0 16 12 GURLEY, Anthony 3 9 0 4 4 4 0 2 2 0 10 1 2 0a 0 23 13 LANG, Trey 0 0 0 0 2 2 0 1 1 0 2 0 0 0a 0 3 22 CARTER, Sampson 3 6 0 0 4 6 3 3 6 2 10 0 0 0a 3 25 50 HILL, Matt 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 3 4 0 0 0 0 0a 0 10 TEAM 1 2 3 2 asx Totals 22 59 6 19 18 26 11 19 30 21 68 8 11 1asx5 200 TOTAL FG%: 37.3% 3-Pt. FG%: 31.6% F Throw %: 69.2% Dayton Total 3-Pts Rebounds ## Player fg fga fg fga ft fta of de tot pf tp a to blka s min 33 WRIGHT, Chris f 5 10 0 2 4 5 0 6 6 3 14 3 3 1a 1 26 41 HUELSMAN, Kurt f 2 4 0 0 0 0 4 1 5 3 4 0 2 0a 0 18 01 WARREN, London g 2 2 0 0 2 4 1 7 8 1 6 8 0 0a 1 17 03 LOWERY, Rob g 5 8 3 5 0 1 0 2 2 2 13 5 2 0a 1 24 32 JOHNSON, Marcus g 5 7 1 2 0 1 0 3 3 3 11 5 0 0a 0 17 00 PERRY, Mickey 5 7 5 7 0 0 0 1 1 2 15 1 2 0a 1 19 04 JOHNSON, Chris 3 9 2 8 3 3 1 1 2 0 11 1 0 2a 0 21 12 FOX, Dan 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0a 0 3 22 WILLIAMS, Paul 2 3 2 2 0 0 0 3 3 2 6 1 1 0a 0 18 23 FABRIZIUS, Luke 0 2 0 2 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0a 0 4 24 HENDRICK, Luke 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0a 0 2 25 NOURSE, Logan 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0a 0 1 34 SEARCY, Devin 3 5 0 0 4 4 5 1 6 3 10 0 1 0a 0 14 35 KAVANAUGH, Matt 1 3 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 2 0 0 0a 0 3 40 ZESTERMANN, Peter 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 0a 0 2 44 BENSON, Josh 1 1 0 0 1 2 0 4 4 1 3 0 0 0a 0 11 TEAM asx Totals 34 62 13 28 15 22 14 30 44 22 96 25 11 3asx4 200 TOTAL FG%: 54.8% 3-Pt. FG%: 46.4% F Throw %: 68.2%

Officials: Ray Perone, Ron Tyburski, Mike McCloskey Technical fouls: Massachusetts-None. Dayton-None.

Attendance: 13435 Score by Periods Massachusetts Dayton

1st 2nd Total 31 37 68 43 53 96

Dayton 56 Richmond 60 Game #29 · 3/4/10 · Richmond, VA Chris Johnson recorded 13 points and nine rebounds, but the University of Dayton Flyers could not hold on falling 60-56 to the Richmond Spiders. Rob Lowery scored nine points, Kurt Huelsman added seven points and a season-high 10 rebounds and Chris Wright added six points and seven boards as UD dropped to 19-10 overall and 8-7 in the Atlantic 10. UD’s 10 losses are by a total of 39 points. The Flyers dominated the glass out-rebounding Richmond 44-25 and collecting 20 offensive rebounds. Dayton shot 34 percent from the field but committed 20 turnovers. Those miscues proved to be costly as Richmond scored 19 points off of turnovers. Other contributors for the Flyers included Marcus Johnson with 10 points and four rebounds and five rebounds off the bench from Josh Benson. Dayton Total 3-Pts Rebounds ## Player fg fga fg fga ft fta of de tot pf tp a to blka s min 33 WRIGHT, Chris f 1 7 0 0 4 4 4 3 7 2 6 2 4 2a 1 32 41 HUELSMAN, Kurt f 2 5 0 0 3 5 5 5 10 2 7 0 1 0a 0 24 01 WARREN, London g 2 3 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 4 4 2 4 0a 0 25 03 LOWERY, Rob g 2 7 1 4 4 5 0 1 1 2 9 1 4 0a 1 19 32 JOHNSON, Marcus g 3 9 1 2 3 4 2 2 4 3 10 0 2 0a 2 19 00 PERRY, Mickey 1 6 0 4 0 0 0 2 2 3 2 3 1 0a 0 17 04 JOHNSON, Chris 5 10 3 6 0 0 5 4 9 0 13 0 2 0a 1 26 22 WILLIAMS, Paul 1 3 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 3 1 0 0a 0 16 23 FABRIZIUS, Luke 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0a 0 3 34 SEARCY, Devin 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 3 1 0 0 2 0a 0 13 44 BENSON, Josh 1 2 0 0 0 1 3 2 5 0 2 0 0 0a 0 6 TEAM 1 1 asx Totals 18 53 6 18 14 19 20 24 44 19 56 9 20 2asx5 200 TOTAL FG%: 34.0% 3-Pt. FG%: 33.3% F Throw %: 73.7% Richmond Total 3-Pts Rebounds ## Player fg fga fg fga ft fta of de tot pf tp a to blka s min 01 GARRETT, Darrius f 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 2 0 0 1 0a 0 9 32 HARPER, Justin f 5 8 3 3 0 0 1 2 3 2 13 0 1 0a 2 31 44 BUTLER, Ryan f 1 5 0 3 5 6 0 4 4 3 7 2 5 0a 6 36 05 GONZALVEZ, David g 6 11 2 6 0 2 1 1 2 2 14 3 2 0a 0 37 14 ANDERSON, Kevin g 6 14 1 3 9 10 0 4 4 1 22 3 1 0a 0 38 03 BROTHERS, Darien 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0a 0 2 12 SMITH, Kevin 1 4 0 1 0 2 0 3 3 1 2 2 0 3a 2 17 15 MARTEL, Francis 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 4 5 0 0 0 0a 3 14 41 GERIOT, Dan 1 4 0 1 0 0 1 2 3 2 2 1 2 0a 1 16 TEAM asx Totals 20 47 6 18 14 20 6 19 25 18 60 11 12 3a 14 200a 200 TOTAL FG%: 42.6% 3-Pt. FG%: 33.3% F Throw %: 70.0%

Officials: John Cahill, Jamie Luckie, Brian Kersey Technical fouls: Dayton-None. Richmond-None. Attendance: 7121 Score by Periods Dayton Richmond

1st 2nd Total 29 27 56 25 35 60

Saint Louis 71 Dayton 66 Game #30 · 3/6/10 · UD Arena Dayton could not overcome a deep first-half deficit as the they closed out the regular season with a 71-66 loss to the surging Saint Louis Billikens. UD was led by junior forward Chris Wright, who had 15 points and eight rebounds. Senior big man Kurt Huelsman had a season-high 13 points along with seven rebounds and Rob Lowery scored 11 as UD fell to SLU. UD trailed by as much as 17 (34-17) as late as 2:01 left in the first half, and 34-19 at halftime. Dayton used most of the second half to claw back into the contest. UD cut the deficit to two (58-56) with 2:38 to play but SLU regained control. Dayton shot 45 percent from the floor. Saint Louis hit eight of its 14 three-point attempts in the first half and finished the game shooting a season-high 50 percent (12-of-24) from beyond the arc. Seniors Dan Fox, Luke Hendrick, Kurt Huelsman, Marcus Johnson, Rob Lowery, Mickey Perry and London Warren were honored as part of the evening’s Senior Night festivities.

Saint Louis Total 3-Pts Rebounds ## Player fg fga fg fga ft fta of de tot pf tp a to blka s min 24 ELLIS, Cody f 3 8 2 6 2 2 0 3 3 3 10 0 1 0a 1 28 33 REED, Willie f 2 5 0 0 1 4 1 5 6 4 5 1 1 2a 0 19 03 MITCHELL, Kwamain g 5 9 4 7 6 9 0 5 5 3 20 2 3 0a 0 35 15 SALECICH, Christian g 2 3 2 3 2 2 0 1 1 1 8 2 1 0a 0 22 23 CASSITY, Kyle g 4 7 3 5 0 0 1 4 5 1 11 5 2 0a 1 37 12 JORDAN, Justin 3 5 1 2 4 4 1 0 1 0 11 4 2 0a 1 23 14 CONKLIN, Brian 0 4 0 1 2 2 0 1 1 3 2 0 2 0a 0 16 21 SMITH, Jon 1 1 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 3 0 0 0a 1 9 32 REMEKUN, Cory 0 3 0 0 1 2 1 1 2 3 1 0 1 0a 0 11 TEAM 3 3 asx Totals 20 45 12 24 19 26 5 23 28 18 71 14 13 2asx4 200 TOTAL FG%: 44.4% 3-Pt. FG%: 50.0% F Throw %: 73.1% Dayton Total 3-Pts Rebounds ## Player fg fga fg fga ft fta of de tot pf tp a to blka s min 33 WRIGHT, Chris f 7 13 0 0 1 4 4 4 8 4 15 0 1 1a 2 32 41 HUELSMAN, Kurt f 5 7 0 0 3 10 5 2 7 0 13 0 5 0a 0 27 01 WARREN, London g 2 3 0 0 4 4 0 3 3 5 8 3 1 0a 0 24 03 LOWERY, Rob g 3 7 2 4 3 3 0 4 4 4 11 4 1 0a 0 20 32 JOHNSON, Marcus g 1 5 1 2 0 0 1 2 3 2 3 0 2 0a 1 23 00 PERRY, Mickey 2 7 1 4 0 0 0 2 2 1 5 3 2 0a 1 20 04 JOHNSON, Chris 1 5 1 3 0 0 0 3 3 1 3 0 2 0a 1 18 22 WILLIAMS, Paul 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0a 0 16 23 FABRIZIUS, Luke 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 1 1 2 0 0 0 0a 0 6 34 SEARCY, Devin 2 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 4 1 0 1a 0 6 44 BENSON, Josh 2 4 0 0 0 0 2 3 5 0 4 0 0 1a 0 8 TEAM 1 1 asx Totals 25 55 5 15 11 21 14 24 38 19 66 11 14 3asx5 200 TOTAL FG%: 45.5% 3-Pt. FG%: 33.3% F Throw %: 52.4%

Officials: LaMar Simpson, Larry Scirotto, Bryan Anslinger Technical fouls: Saint Louis-None. Dayton-None. Attendance: 13435 Score by Periods Saint Louis Dayton

1st 2nd Total 34 37 71 19 47 66

George Washington 60 Dayton 70 Game #31 · 3/9/10 · UD Arena 2010 A-10 Championship - First Round Marcus Johnson scored 16 points and Dayton used a late 15-2 run to defeat George Washington 70-60 in the First Round of the Atlantic 10 Conference Men’s Basketball Championship. Dayton (20-11) led 44-33 in the second half, but the Colonials (16-14) chipped away at the lead and tied the game at 55 on Damian Hollis’ jumper with 5:58 left. The Flyers responded by going 8-for-10 from the line, fueling the spurt that included 6-0 and 9-0 runs to close the game. Kurt Huelsman was 6-for-8 at the line in the final seven minutes. Chris Johnson and Rob Lowery added 11 points apiece for Dayton. Paul Williams was the fourth Flyer in double digits with 10. Lowery also had four assists against zero turnovers, while Marcus Johnson had three assists with zero turnovers and also went six-for-six from the line. Williams was seven-for-eight at the charity stripe. Hollis scored 19 to lead George Washington, which qualified for the tournament for the first time since 2007.

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2009-2010 review George Washington Total 3-Pts Rebounds ## Player fg fga fg fga ft fta of de tot pf tp a to blka s min 12 PELLOM, David f 1 2 1 2 0 0 0 3 3 2 3 0 1 0a 2 13 15 WARE, Aaron f 2 5 0 0 3 6 1 0 1 0 7 1 0 0a 1 17 42 KATUKA, Joseph c 2 5 0 0 0 1 2 2 4 3 4 0 2 0a 0 20 03 TAYLOR, Tony g 2 8 1 5 2 2 0 4 4 0 7 3 4 0a 0 32 20 KROMAH, Lasan g 2 6 0 2 1 2 0 0 0 4 5 1 1 0a 1 15 00 SMITH, Dwayne 2 6 1 3 0 0 0 2 2 3 5 1 1 0a 1 21 01 KING, Travis 2 2 1 1 0 0 0 4 4 1 5 2 2 0a 0 13 05 BYNES, Bryan 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 2 0 0 0 0a 1 12 13 EDWARDS, Jabari 1 2 0 0 0 0 2 3 5 3 2 0 0 2a 0 20 22 HOLLIS, Damian 7 10 1 3 4 5 3 3 6 3 19 0 0 1a 0 31 32 JOHNSON, Tim 1 1 1 1 0 0 1 0 1 1 3 1 2 0a 0 6 TEAM 1 asx Totals 22 49 6 18 10 16 9 22 31 23 60 9 13 3asx6 200 TOTAL FG%: 44.9% 3-Pt. FG%: 33.3% F Throw %: 62.5% Dayton Total 3-Pts Rebounds ## Player fg fga fg fga ft fta of de tot pf tp a to blka s min 33 WRIGHT, Chris f 2 5 0 0 3 6 0 2 2 4 7 1 4 1a 1 33 41 HUELSMAN, Kurt f 0 1 0 0 6 8 2 1 3 2 6 0 0 0a 0 20 01 WARREN, London g 1 3 0 0 1 2 0 6 6 3 3 1 3 0a 1 19 03 LOWERY, Rob g 3 4 3 4 2 2 1 3 4 1 11 4 0 0a 1 24 32 JOHNSON, Marcus g 5 11 0 4 6 6 0 4 4 2 16 3 0 0a 1 27 00 PERRY, Mickey 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0a 0 12 04 JOHNSON, Chris 4 8 3 6 0 0 1 2 3 2 11 0 1 1a 0 18 22 WILLIAMS, Paul 1 4 1 4 7 8 0 1 1 1 10 1 0 0a 0 21 23 FABRIZIUS, Luke 1 3 1 3 0 0 1 0 1 1 3 0 0 0a 0 7 34 SEARCY, Devin 1 1 0 0 1 2 1 1 2 0 3 0 2 0a 0 11 44 BENSON, Josh 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 1a 0 8 TEAM 1 1 asx Totals 18 42 8 21 26 34 7 21 28 17 70 10 11 3asx4 200 TOTAL FG%: 42.9% 3-Pt. FG%: 38.1% F Throw %: 76.5%

Officials: D.J. Carstensen, Ron Tyburski, Brent Hampton Technical fouls: George Washington-TEAM 2. Dayton-None. Attendance: 6930 Score by Periods 1st 2nd Total George Washington 33 27 60 Dayton 37 33 70

Dayton 73 Xavier 78 Game #32 · 3/12/10 · Atlantic City, NJ Chris Wright scored 17 points and tallied a career-high four blocks as the University of Dayton Flyers fell 78-73 to the No. 24 Xavier Musketeers in the quarterfinals of the 2010 Atlantic 10 Men’s Basketball Championship. Marcus Johnson led UD with 18 points and Rob Lowery scored 14 as the Flyers dropped to 20-12 overall. Wright tied the Flyers singleseason record for blocks with 46 after swiping away four Musketeer shots. In front of a raucous partisan crowd, the Flyers had a 13-point advantage midway through the second half. However, the Musketeers charged back with a 13-2 run in a 10 minute span. During that Xavier run, Dayton went 0-for-4 from the field and committed and five turnovers. One of the key plays in the game occurred with 34 second remaining. Down 70-68, the Flyer bench tried to call a timeout. However, Lowery was called for a technical foul before the timeout was called. Xavier then hit six straight free throws to pull away for good. Dayton led 40-35 after the first half of play with three Flyers in double figures. Lowery led the first half attack with 12, Wright had 11 and Marcus Johnson scored 10. UD got off to a strong start leading 13-8 early in the first half. A Wright pump slam brought the crowd to its feet as UD took a 23-14 lead at the 10 minute mark of the first half. The Flyers finished the game shooting 24-of-54 from the floor and hit 8-of-20 shots from beyond the arc. Defensively, the Flyers limited Xavier to 42 percent shooting from the field, but the Musketeers converted 33 free throws. London Warren had seven points and four assists, Kurt Huelsman added five points and five rebounds while Paul Williams scored six. Wright finished the game shooting 6-for-15 from the field and added four rebounds. Marcus Johnson was 6-of-11 and 4-of-7 from beyond the arc. In postseason tournament play, Dayton lost its fifth in a row to the Musketeers. The last Flyer postseason victory over Xavier was back in the 1990 Midwestern Collegiate Conference Final where UD won 98-89. Dayton Total 3-Pts Rebounds ## Player fg fga fg fga ft fta of de tot pf tp a to blka s min 33 WRIGHT, Chris f 6 15 0 2 5 9 2 2 4 5 17 0 1 4a 1 31 41 HUELSMAN, Kurt f 1 1 0 0 3 6 3 2 5 3 5 0 3 2a 1 23 01 WARREN, London g 3 5 0 0 1 1 1 3 4 3 7 4 3 0a 1 22 03 LOWERY, Rob g 4 7 2 5 4 4 0 1 1 2 14 4 4 0a 4 24 32 JOHNSON, Marcus g 6 11 4 7 2 2 0 1 1 3 18 4 1 1a 1 29 00 PERRY, Mickey 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 2 3 3 0 3 3 0a 1 9 04 JOHNSON, Chris 0 3 0 1 0 0 0 2 2 5 0 0 0 0a 1 11 22 WILLIAMS, Paul 2 7 2 5 0 0 0 4 4 1 6 1 1 0a 1 25 34 SEARCY, Devin 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 5 2 0 2 0a 1 16 35 KAVANAUGH, Matt 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0a 0 1 44 BENSON, Josh 1 2 0 0 2 4 1 0 1 2 4 0 0 0a 1 9 TEAM 1 1 2 asx Totals 24 54 8 20 17 26 9 19 28 33 73 16 18 7a 13 200a 200 TOTAL FG%: 44.4% 3-Pt. FG%: 40.0% F Throw %: 65.4%

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Xavier Total 3-Pts Rebounds ## Player fg fga fg fga ft fta of de tot pf tp a to blka s min 22 McLEAN, Jamel f 1 4 0 0 2 4 3 3 6 2 4 1 0 1a 1 27 31 LOVE, Jason f 4 9 0 0 9 9 2 8 10 4 17 1 2 1a 0 33 25 JACKSON, Dante’ g 1 5 1 5 2 2 1 5 6 2 5 1 4 1a 2 29 52 HOLLOWAY, Terrell g 6 14 1 6 9 10 0 2 2 2 22 3 4 0a 3 31 55 CRAWFORD, Jordan g 6 11 1 3 7 10 0 3 3 1 20 1 4 0a 1 36 03 WALSH, Brian 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 0a 0 3 10 LYONS, Mark 2 4 0 1 4 6 1 3 4 2 8 0 3 0a 1 20 12 REDFORD, Brad 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0a 0 2 15 TAYLOR, Andrew 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0a 0 6 32 FREASE, Kenny 1 3 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 3 2 0 0 0a 0 13 TEAM 5 1 6 asx Totals 21 50 3 15 33 41 13 26 39 21 78 7 18 3asx8 200 TOTAL FG%: 42.0% 3-Pt. FG%: 20.0% F Throw %: 80.5%

Dayton 81 Cincinnati 66 Game #34 · 3/22/10 · Cincinnati, OH Four Flyers scored in double figures as the University of Dayton picked up an 81-66 victory over the Cincinnati Bearcats. Marcus Johnson led the balanced offensive attack with 16 points on 5-of-10 shooting from the field and hitting 6-of-7 shots at the free throw line. Rob Lowery scored 13 points, Chris Wright and Paul Williams tallied 11 points apiece as Dayton improved to 22-12 overall.

Officials: Joe DeMayo, Earl Walton, Brent Hampton Technical fouls: Dayton-LOWERY, Rob. Xavier-None. Attendance: 6029

Wearing their black uniforms for the first time this season, Dayton played solid on both ends of the floor. UD held Cincinnati to 33 percent shooting from the field with the Bearcats connecting on just 6-of-31 three-pointers. Meanwhile the Flyers shot 48 percent from the field and hit 10 field goals from three-point range.

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On the glass, Dayton held a 42-34 advantage and corralled 12 offensive rebounds. The key stat of the game for UD was scoring 18 second chance points.

1st 2nd Total 40 33 73 35 43 78

Illinois State 42 Dayton 63 Game #33 · 3/17/10 · UD Arena 2010 National Invitation Tournament - First Round Chris Johnson scored 13 points and Dayton used a 19-1 second-half run to pull away and beat Illinois State 63-42 in the opening round of the NIT. Chris Wright grabbed 11 rebounds to lead Dayton (21-12) to a 42-27 advantage on the boards. The Flyers will play at Cincinnati in the second round. The Flyers squandered a 15-point lead in the second half, but the formula of a deep bench, relentless man-to-man defense and rebounding worked. The Flyers held the Redbirds to 33.3 percent shooting. Osiris Eldridge, the Missouri Valley Conference’s leading scorer, shot only 4 of 15 but led the Redbirds (22-11) with 12 points. Dayton saw its 13-point lead cut to 42-37 with 10:27 to play, but Johnson started the Flyers’ huge run with a 3-pointer. Four minutes later, Marcus Johnson hit a 3-pointer and a pull-up jumper on consecutive trips to put the Flyers up 54-38 with 6:07 left. Dayton scored the next seven points before Eldridge hit a 3-pointer to end a nearly eight-minute field-goal drought for the Illinois State. Illinois State Total 3-Pts Rebounds ## Player fg fga fg fga ft fta of de tot pf tp a to blka s min 34 LEWIS, Tony f 1 3 0 0 1 2 2 0 2 0 3 0 1 1a 0 14 42 ODIAKOSA, Dinma f 4 6 0 0 0 0 0 4 4 2 8 0 2 0a 0 21 00 ELDRIDGE, Osiris g 4 15 4 7 0 1 0 5 5 1 12 3 1 0a 4 29 03 RUBIN, Alex g 0 3 0 3 0 0 0 3 3 1 0 2 1 0a 1 24 12 PHILLIPS, Lloyd g 0 7 0 5 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 7 4 0a 1 32 10 JOHNSON, Terry 0 1 0 0 1 2 1 1 2 0 1 0 1 0a 1 3 13 HILL, Austin 2 4 1 2 0 2 0 2 2 3 5 1 4 0a 0 15 21 THORNTON, Kellen 4 6 0 1 0 0 1 4 5 0 8 0 0 1a 0 21 32 CARMICHAEL, Jackie 1 1 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 1 3 0 0 0a 0 17 33 CLARK, Justin 1 4 0 2 0 0 0 1 1 2 2 0 0 0a 0 17 50 MISHLER, Blake 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 0a 1 7 TEAM asx Totals 17 51 5 20 3 10 5 22 27 11 42 13 14 2asx8 200 TOTAL FG%: 33.3% 3-Pt. FG%: 25.0% F Throw %: 30.0% Dayton Total 3-Pts Rebounds ## Player fg fga fg fga ft fta of de tot pf tp a to blka s min 04 JOHNSON, Chris f 4 10 1 6 4 4 2 7 9 2 13 0 0 1a 1 27 33 WRIGHT, Chris f 4 10 0 1 1 4 4 7 11 2 9 3 3 2a 1 25 41 HUELSMAN, Kurt f 1 5 0 0 0 0 1 5 6 1 2 2 2 0a 4 25 01 WARREN, London g 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 5 5 2 2 7 4 1a 2 19 32 JOHNSON, Marcus g 4 8 1 5 0 0 1 0 1 3 9 1 2 0a 0 20 00 PERRY, Mickey 3 5 1 1 1 3 0 0 0 1 8 0 1 0a 0 18 03 LOWERY, Rob 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 3 2 0 3 2 0a 1 20 12 FOX, Dan 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 2 2 1 0 0 1 0a 0 2 22 WILLIAMS, Paul 2 3 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 5 1 0 0a 0 13 23 FABRIZIUS, Luke 3 5 3 5 0 0 0 1 1 1 9 0 0 1a 0 9 24 HENDRICK, Luke 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0a 0 1 34 SEARCY, Devin 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 1 2 0 3 0a 0 13 35 KAVANAUGH, Matt 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0a 0 2 44 BENSON, Josh 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 2 0 0 0a 0 6 TEAM asx Totals 25 52 7 19 6 13 9 33 42 16 63 17 18 5asx9 200 TOTAL FG%: 48.1% 3-Pt. FG%: 36.8% F Throw %: 46.2%

Officials: Chris Beaver, Lamar Simpson, Bill Ek Technical fouls: Illinois State-None. Dayton-None. Attendance: 5127 Score by Periods Illinois State Dayton

1st 2nd Total 19 23 42 30 33 63

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Dayton led 41-36 and opened the game hitting eight of their first 12 shots from three-point range. The Flyers finished with nine converted three-pointers, a first half season-high. In the first half Lowery scored nine, Williams had eight and Wright added six. At one point Dayton was up 38-23, but Cincinnati went on a 9-0 to cut the deficit to six. Other contributors for Dayton included London Warren with eight rebounds, Chris Johnson tallying seven points and seven boards and Mickey Perry scoring six. Warren and Kurt Huelsman also set the all-time record for career games played in a Flyer uniform. Lowery finished the game shooting 4-of-8 from the field, while Williams went 4-for-7 from the outside and Wright adding five rebounds and three steals to his stat line. Dayton Total 3-Pts Rebounds ## Player fg fga fg fga ft fta of de tot pf tp a to blka s min 04 JOHNSON, Chris f 2 8 1 6 2 4 3 4 7 3 7 1 1 0a 1 26 33 WRIGHT, Chris f 4 9 0 0 3 4 1 4 5 3 11 2 2 1a 3 31 41 HUELSMAN, Kurt f 2 2 0 0 0 0 3 2 5 3 4 1 0 0a 0 22 01 WARREN, London g 1 5 0 0 2 6 0 8 8 3 4 4 4 0a 2 24 32 JOHNSON, Marcus g 5 10 0 4 6 7 1 6 7 4 16 4 1 0a 0 29 00 PERRY, Mickey 2 3 2 3 0 0 0 0 0 1 6 1 0 0a 0 7 03 LOWERY, Rob 4 8 3 7 2 2 0 3 3 0 13 1 3 0a 1 19 12 FOX, Dan 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0a 0 0+ 22 WILLIAMS, Paul 4 7 3 6 0 1 2 0 2 1 11 0 0 0a 1 17 23 FABRIZIUS, Luke 2 4 1 3 0 0 0 1 1 0 5 1 0 0a 0 7 24 HENDRICK, Luke 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0a 0 0+ 34 SEARCY, Devin 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 2 0 1 0a 0 13 35 KAVANAUGH, Matt 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 0a 0 4 44 BENSON, Josh 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0a 0 1 TEAM 1 2 3 asx Totals 28 58 10 29 15 24 12 30 42 20 81 15 12 1asx8 200 TOTAL FG%: 48.3% 3-Pt. FG%: 34.5% F Throw %: 62.5% Cincinnati Total 3-Pts Rebounds ## Player fg fga fg fga ft fta of de tot pf tp a to blka s min 32 THOMAS, Ibrahima f 4 5 0 1 0 1 3 6 9 5 8 0 0 1a 0 29 34 GATES, Yancy f 1 5 0 1 0 0 2 2 4 2 2 0 1 1a 0 17 05 VAUGHN, Deonta g 6 18 4 15 12 13 1 2 3 4 28 4 2 0a 4 37 33 STEPHENSON, Lance g 5 11 0 1 3 3 0 6 6 1 13 4 3 0a 0 28 44 PARKER, Jaquon g 2 4 2 3 0 0 1 0 1 0 6 0 1 0a 0 7 01 WRIGHT, Cashmere 1 6 0 2 2 2 0 2 2 4 4 2 3 0a 2 30 03 DIXON, Dion 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0a 0 5 10 EPPENSTEINER, Alex 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0a 0 0+ 11 DAVIS, Larry 0 3 0 3 2 2 1 2 3 5 2 0 2 0a 0 15 15 WILKS, Darnell 1 6 0 3 1 2 1 0 1 2 3 2 0 0a 0 25 42 TOYLOY, Steve 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0a 0 7 TEAM 3 3 asx Totals 20 60 6 31 20 23 12 22 34 23 66 12 12 2asx6 200 TOTAL FG%: 33.3% 3-Pt. FG%: 19.4% F Throw %: 87.0%

Officials: Jim Burr, Brian O’Connell, Jamie Luckie Technical fouls: Dayton-None. Cincinnati-None. Attendance: 6479 Score by Periods Dayton Cincinnati

1st 2nd Total 41 40 81 36 30 66

Dayton 77 Illinois 71 Game #35 · 3/24/10 · Champaign, IL For the second straight game, the University of Dayton Flyers unveiled some more Black Magic wearing their black uniforms. The Flyers put forth a gritty performance and advanced to the NIT Semifinals for the first time since 1968 with a 77-71 victory over the Illinois Fighting Illini. Chris Johnson led the Dayton attack with 18 points and six rebounds, while Marcus Johnson added 11 points and eight rebounds and Chris Wright tallied 10 points and seven rebounds as UD won its third consecutive game.


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UD not only defeated a Big Ten team for the first time since the ‘01-02 season, but also improved to 9-4 against BCS schools in the previous four seasons.

Dayton 68 Ole Miss 63

North Carolina 68 Dayton 79

Although UD was out-rebounded by the Illini, the Flyers limited Illinois to 6-of-23 shooting from beyond the arc and 37 percent from the field.

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Chris Johnson scored 22 points, including five key free throws down the stretch, and Dayton held off Mississippi 68-63 in the NIT semifinals.

The University of Dayton Flyers are the 2010 National Invitation Tournament champions after a 79-68 victory over the North Carolina Tar Heels.

Marcus Johnson added 12 points for the Flyers (24-12), who slowed Mississippi’s high-scoring offense and advanced to the championship game for the first time since winning their second NIT title in 1968.

Chris Johnson earned the 2010 NIT Most Outstanding Player Award. Marcus Johnson was selected to the NIT All-Tournament Team as well.

Dayton led 38-25 at halftime after dominating on the glass and shooting well from the outside. The Flyers shot 50 percent from the field and three-point range in the first half and held a 23-13 edge on the glass. It was the 10th time this season the Flyers held an opponent to 25 points or less in the first half. Midway through the first half the Flyers separated themselves with an early run. UD led 29-11 after two threes from Luke Fabrizius. During the game’s opening 10 minutes, Dayton shot 71 percent from beyond the arc.

Next up, Dayton has a chance to end a disappointing year on a high note. Picked to win the Atlantic 10 Conference before the season, the third-seeded Flyers will play Thursday night against the 2009 national champion North Carolina. Terrico White had 19 points for the second-seeded Rebels (24-11), eliminated in the NIT semifinals at Madison Square Garden for the second time in three years. Ole Miss was beaten by eventual champion Ohio State in 2008. Mississippi’s Murphy Holloway had a chance to tie it at 64 with 35.8 seconds left. But he missed the second of two free throws, and the Rebels never scored again. London Warren hit one of two free throws with 23.7 seconds remaining, extending Dayton’s lead to two. Trevor Gaskins drove through the lane for Ole Miss but came up short on a twisting layup, and the Flyers grabbed the rebound. Chris Johnson’s two free throws made it 67-63 with 11.2 seconds to play. On the other end, London Warren knocked the ball out of Chris Warren’s hands and out of bounds. Chris Johnson then stole the inbounds pass, got fouled and hit one of two free throws for the final margin. Chris Wright, Dayton’s leading scorer and rebounder, was held to nine points on 1-of-9 shooting. He pulled down 12 rebounds, though. Chris Warren had 15 points and Holloway 12 for the Rebels, who averaged 88 points in their first three NIT games. They shot only 33.9 percent in this one, including 6 of 23 (26.1 percent) from 3-point range. Ole Miss also was hurt by a technical foul on Reginald Buckner with 3:09 left. He and Chris Johnson got tied up going for a loose ball, and Buckner threw a right forearm to Chris Johnson’s throat as they finally untangled. Wright separated the players before Chris Johnson hit both free throws, pushing Dayton’s lead to 64-58. Holloway then scored on a jump hook, and Chris Warren hit a pair of free throws to get the Rebels within two with 1:04 to go. This is Dayton’s eighth appearance in the NIT championship game. UD reached the finals five times in the 1950’s, and won the tournament in 1962 (under Tom Blackburn) and 1968 (under Don Donoher).

Fabrizius finished with nine points on 3-of-5 shooting from beyond the arc. Huelsman added eight points and five rebounds while Rob Lowery picked up eight points and five assists. Dayton Total 3-Pts Rebounds ## Player fg fga fg fga ft fta of de tot pf tp a to blka s min 33 WRIGHT, Chris f 4 8 0 0 2 2 2 5 7 2 10 1 2 0a 1 30 41 HUELSMAN, Kurt c 3 6 0 0 2 3 2 3 5 2 8 1 3 0a 1 24 01 WARREN, London g 1 2 0 0 1 4 0 6 6 4 3 3 2 0a 2 25 04 JOHNSON, Chris g 4 11 1 5 9 10 4 3 7 3 18 0 0 0a 1 26 32 JOHNSON, Marcus g 4 8 1 2 2 6 0 8 8 1 11 2 3 1a 1 32 00 PERRY, Mickey 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 1 1 0a 0 9 03 LOWERY, Rob 3 4 2 2 0 0 0 2 2 1 8 5 1 0a 1 15 22 WILLIAMS, Paul 1 5 0 3 3 4 1 0 1 1 5 0 2 0a 0 18 23 FABRIZIUS, Luke 3 6 3 5 0 0 0 2 2 2 9 0 0 1a 0 10 34 SEARCY, Devin 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 0 2 0 0 0a 0 10 44 BENSON, Josh 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0a 0 1 TEAM asx Totals 25 52 8 18 19 29 9 31 40 16 77 13 15 2asx7 200 TOTAL FG%: 48.1% 3-Pt. FG%: 44.4% F Throw %: 65.5% Illinois Total 3-Pts Rebounds ## Player fg fga fg fga ft fta of de tot pf tp a to blka s min 24 Davis, Mike f 4 10 0 0 2 2 3 5 8 4 10 0 0 0a 0 31 30 Cole, Bill f 3 7 1 5 0 0 1 3 4 1 7 0 1 0a 1 15 54 Tisdale, Mike c 3 6 0 0 0 0 1 2 3 5 6 0 0 0a 2 20 01 Richardson, D.J. g 4 11 2 6 0 0 0 2 2 5 10 2 1 1a 0 30 32 McCamey, Demetri g 6 19 0 4 1 4 4 4 8 1 13 10 4 1a 3 40 03 Paul, Brandon 1 7 1 5 3 7 2 2 4 3 6 1 1 0a 1 26 13 Jordan, Jeff 3 3 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 6 0 1 0a 0 9 23 Keller, Dominique 1 5 0 1 0 0 1 3 4 1 2 1 1 0a 0 15 42 Griffey, Tyler 4 9 2 5 1 1 3 1 4 1 11 0 1 1a 0 14 TEAM 4 1 5 asx Totals 29 77 6 26 7 14 20 23 43 22 71 14 10 3asx7 200 TOTAL FG%: 37.7% 3-Pt. FG%: 23.1% F Throw %: 50.0%

Officials: Pat Driscoll, Lamar Simpson, Bo Boroski Technical fouls: Dayton-None. Illinois-None. Attendance: 8548 Score by Periods Dayton Illinois

Dayton Total 3-Pts Rebounds ## Player fg fga fg fga ft fta of de tot pf tp a to blka s min 04 JOHNSON, Chris f 5 14 3 8 9 11 1 9 10 2 22 1 2 1a 4 32 33 WRIGHT, Chris f 1 9 0 0 7 10 3 8 11 1 9 5 1 3a 2 31 41 HUELSMAN, Kurt c 2 2 0 0 2 2 2 6 8 0 6 0 0 1a 0 29 01 WARREN, London g 2 3 0 0 3 4 0 2 2 3 7 4 2 1a 0 26 32 JOHNSON, Marcus g 4 8 1 1 3 4 0 2 2 5 12 1 3 1a 0 25 00 PERRY, Mickey 1 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 2 0 1 0a 0 8 03 LOWERY, Rob 1 2 1 2 0 0 0 1 1 3 3 0 3 0a 0 11 22 WILLIAMS, Paul 2 9 1 4 0 0 1 5 6 1 5 1 0 0a 0 19 23 FABRIZIUS, Luke 0 5 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0a 0 5 34 SEARCY, Devin 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0a 0 11 44 BENSON, Josh 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0a 0 3 TEAM 2 2 asx Totals 19 57 6 18 24 32 10 33 43 18 68 12 12 7asx6 200 TOTAL FG%: 33.3% 3-Pt. FG%: 33.3% F Throw %: 75.0% Ole Miss Total 3-Pts Rebounds ## Player fg fga fg fga ft fta of de tot pf tp a to blka s min 01 Henry,Terrance f 1 2 0 1 0 0 1 2 3 2 2 0 0 0a 0 21 31 Holloway,Murphy f 5 11 0 0 2 4 3 3 6 1 12 0 1 2a 1 30 12 Warren,Chris g 5 14 3 10 2 2 0 3 3 4 15 2 2 0a 0 24 24 White,Terrico g 6 17 1 8 6 7 2 4 6 3 19 0 2 0a 0 35 32 Graham,Zach g 1 5 1 3 0 0 0 4 4 1 3 2 2 0a 1 30 02 Buckner,Reginald 0 0 0 0 3 4 1 1 2 3 3 0 1 4a 1 16 14 Polynice,Eniel 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 5 5 1 0 4 2 0a 0 15 23 Gaskins,Trevor 3 9 1 4 0 0 0 3 3 2 7 0 1 0a 1 18 52 Cranston,DeAundre 0 1 0 0 2 4 1 3 4 4 2 0 0 0a 1 11 TEAM 2 2 4 asx Totals 21 61 6 26 15 21 10 30 40 21 63 8 11 6asx5 200 TOTAL FG%: 34.4% 3-Pt. FG%: 23.1% F Throw %: 71.4%

Four Flyers scored in double figures led by Marcus Johnson’s seasonhigh 20 points on 7-of-13 shooting from the floor. Chris Johnson scored 10 of his 14 points in the final six minutes of regulation. Johnson also added seven rebounds. Chris Wright tallied a double-double with 14 points and 10 rebounds, while Paul Williams came off the bench to score 16 points on. This is Dayton’s third NIT title. UD previously won the NIT in 1962 and 1968. The Flyers also upped their record against BCS opponents to 10-4 and have won four straight. Dayton finished the 2009-10 campaign 25-14 overall. The Flyers led 45-32 after the first half of play thanks to 58 percent shooting from the field. Wright led the UD attack with 13 points, while Marcus Johnson and Williams each had 11. UD also had seven steals and six dunks, showcasing once again their transition game. Dayton turned up its defense and held the cold-shooting Tar Heels to a pair of field goals over the final 8:09 in the first half, closing with a 17-4 run that gave the Flyers a 45-32 lead going into the break. Williams hit a trio of 3-pointers during the run, and Dayton got thunderous dunks from Devin Searcy, Wright and Marcus Johnson. In the second half, the Tar Heels opened on a 12-1 run. The closest UNC would pull would be two before Chris Johnson hit a three-pointer and a dunk and London Warren added a lay-up as well. North Carolina Total 3-Pts Rebounds ## Player fg fga fg fga ft fta of de tot pf tp a to blka s min 13 Graves, Will f 8 17 7 14 2 2 0 3 3 4 25 3 2 0a 0 30 21 Thompson, Deon f 5 9 0 0 3 5 5 5 10 3 13 0 0 2a 3 32 31 Henson, John c 2 4 0 0 1 5 1 1 2 3 5 3 2 0a 2 21 01 Ginyard, Marcus g 1 3 0 0 0 0 2 5 7 3 2 2 0 0a 0 33 11 Drew II, Larry g 5 10 1 5 1 2 0 5 5 0 12 6 6 0a 0 34 02 Campbell, Marc 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0a 0 0+ 05 Strickland, Dexter 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 3 0a 0 16 14 Petree, Terrence 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0a 0 0+ 15 McDonald, Leslie 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0a 0 9 24 Watts, Justin 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0a 0 0+ 30 Thornton, Thomas 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0a 0 0+ 35 Gallagher, James 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0a 0 0+ 43 Wear, Travis 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0a 0 2 44 Zeller, Tyler 5 11 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 3 11 1 1 0a 0 23 TEAM 1 5 6 asx Totals 26 59 8 21 8 15 9 24 33 18 68 16 15 2asx5 200 TOTAL FG%: 44.1% 3-Pt. FG%: 38.1% F Throw %: 53.3% Dayton Total 3-Pts Rebounds ## Player fg fga fg fga ft fta of de tot pf tp a to blka s min 04 JOHNSON, Chris f 5 9 2 6 2 2 3 6 9 2 14 0 1 0a 0 17 33 WRIGHT, Chris f 5 11 1 3 3 4 1 8 9 3 14 3 1 1a 1 28 41 HUELSMAN, Kurt c 3 6 0 0 0 0 3 0 3 2 6 0 0 0a 1 18 03 LOWERY, Rob g 0 4 0 4 0 0 0 2 2 3 0 4 2 0a 0 16 32 JOHNSON, Marcus g 7 13 3 6 3 7 0 2 2 1 20 3 1 0a 1 33 00 PERRY, Mickey 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0a 0 6 01 WARREN, London 1 2 0 0 0 0 1 3 4 2 2 5 1 0a 2 25 12 FOX, Dan 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0a 0 0+ 22 WILLIAMS, Paul 5 8 4 7 2 3 0 2 2 1 16 2 1 0a 3 26 23 FABRIZIUS, Luke 1 6 1 5 0 0 0 4 4 1 3 0 2 0a 0 10 24 HENDRICK, Luke 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0a 0 0+ 34 SEARCY, Devin 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 2 1 1 0a 0 17 44 BENSON, Josh 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 2 0 1 0a 0 4 TEAM 2 3 5 asx Totals 29 61 11 31 10 16 11 30 41 19 79 18 11 1asx8 200 TOTAL FG%: 47.5% 3-Pt. FG%: 35.5% F Throw %: 62.5%

Officials: Jim Burr, Pat Driscoll, Earl Walton Technical fouls: North Carolina-None. Dayton-None. Attendance: 9827 Score by Periods North Carolina Dayton

1st 2nd Total 32 36 68 45 34 79

Officials: Tim Higgins, Mike Stephens, Bryan Kersey Technical fouls: Dayton-None. Ole Miss-Buckner,Reginald. Attendance: 11689 Score by Periods Dayton Ole Miss

1st 2nd Total 34 34 68 30 33 63

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MOST POINTS 61 41 45 61 AUSTIN CARR TOM CROSSWHITE CHARLES JONES AUSTIN CARR NOTRE DAME VS. OHIO, MAR. 7, 1970 VS. LOYOLA/LA., JAN. 9, 1971 LIU-BROOKLYN, MAR. 11, 1998 (NIT) NOTRE DAME VS. OHIO, MAR. 7, 1970 MOST POINTS IN HALF 35 27 34 35 AUSTIN CARR TOM CROSSWHITE CHARLES JONES AUSTIN CARR NOTRE DAME VS. OHIO, MAR. 7, 1970

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MOST FIELD GOALS MADE 25 18 18 25 AUSTIN CARR TOM CROSSWHITE CHARLES JONES AUSTIN CARR NOTRE DAME VS. OHIO, MAR. 7, 1970 VS. LOYOLA/LA., JAN. 9, 1971 LIU-BROOKLYN, MAR. 11, 1998 (NIT) NOTRE DAME VS. OHIO, MAR. 7, 1970 MOST FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 44 30 38 44 AUSTIN CARR JOHNNY DAVIS CHARLES JONES AUSTIN CARR NOTRE DAME VS. OHIO, MAR. 7, 1970 VS. NOTRE DAME, FEB. 25, 1976 LIU-BROOKLYN, MAR. 11, 1998 (NIT) NOTRE DAME VS. OHIO, MAR. 7, 1970 BEST FIELD GOAL ACCURACY 1.00 1.00 --- MIKE SYLVESTER (11-FOR-11) MIKE SYLVESTER (11-FOR-11) RECORD UNKNOWN UD VS. XAVIER, FEB. 23, 1973 VS. XAVIER, FEB. 23, 1973

.861 THREE TIMES LAST: N. COLLISON (11-13), KAN., MAR. 16, 2001

MOST THREE POINTERS MADE 8 8 8 5 SHAWN HAUGHN SHAWN HAUGHN CHRIS MATHERS TWICE UD VS. SAINT LOUIS, FEB. 13, 1994 VS. SAINT LOUIS, FEB. 13, 1994 SAINT BONAVENTURE, JAN. 25, 2009 CHRIS MATHERS (SBU) EDWIN YOUNG, TWICE ST. BONAVENTURE VS. UD, JAN. 25, 2009 VS. LA.-MONTROE, DEC. 18, 1997 MOST THREE POINTERS ATTEMPTED 20 13 20 16 TIM POLLARD NORM GREVEY & LARRY HISLE TIM POLLARD TERRENCE WOODS MISS. VLY. ST. VS. UD, NOV. 11, 1988 MISS. VALLEY ST., NOV. 11, 1988 FLA. A&M (VS. LEHIGH) MAR. 16, 2004 BEST THREE POINTERS ACCURACY 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 SHAWN HAUGHN (8-FOR-8) SHAWN HAUGHN ARCHIE TULLOS (3-FOR-3) CHUCK MURPHY UD VS. SAINT LOUIS, FEB. 13, 1994 VS. SAINT LOUIS, FEB. 13, 1994 DETROIT, JAN. 21, 1987 DEPAUL (VS. GA. TECH), MAR. 15, 1991 FREE THROWS MADE 20 18 20 12 JAFONDE WILLIAMS EDWIN YOUNG JAFONDE WILLIAMS HAROLD DEANE HAMPTON VS. UD, JAN. 3,, 1996 VS. LA.-MONTROE, DEC. 18, 1997 HAMPTON, JAN. 3, 1996 VIRG. (VS. NICHOLLS ST.), MAR. 16, 1995 FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED 23 18 JAFONDE WILLIAMS JOHNNY DAVIS HAMPTON VS. UD, JAN. 3,, 1996 ROOSEVELT CHAPMAN DAVID LAWRENCE EDWIN YOUNG, TWICE MCNEESE ST. VS. UD, DEC. 2, 1978 VS. LA.-MONTROE, DEC. 18, 1997

20 15 JAFONDE WILLIAMS HAROLD DEANE HAMPTON, JAN. 3, 1996 VIRG. (VS. NICHOLLS ST.), MAR. 16, 1995 DAVID LAWRENCE JAROD HAASE MCNEESE ST., DEC. 2, 1978 KANSAS VS. W. KENTUCKY, MAR. 18, 1995

BEST FREE THROW ACCURACY 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 EDWIN YOUNG (18-FOR-18) EDWIN YOUNG (18-FOR-18) JAMES POSEY TWICE UD VS. NE LA., DEC. 18, 1997 VS. LA.-MONTROW, DEC. 18, 1997 XAVIER, JAN. 30, 1999 MOST REBOUNDS 25 25 22 23 GEORGE JACKSON GEORGE JACKSON TWO PLAYERS KENT BENSON UD, ON TWO OCCASIONS TWICE INDIANA (VS. KENTUCKY), MAR. 22, 1975 MOST ASSISTS 17 15 15 17 JACK MEEHAM NEGELE KNIGHT DARIUS CLEMONS JACK MEEHAM NOTRE DAME VS. OHIO, MAR. 7, 1970 VS. XAVIER, MAR. 10, 1990 (MCC) LOYOLA/ILL., JAN. 16, 1982 NOTRE DAME (VS. OHIO), MAR. 7, 1970 MOST STEALS 9 9 6 6 ALEX ROBERTSON ALEX ROBERTSON SEVERAL TIMES DERRICK PHELPS UD, ON TWO OCCASIONS TWICE ALCORN ST. (VS. XAVIER), MAR. 15, 1983 MOST BLOCKED SHOTS 10 6 CALVIN BOOTH ERV GIDDINGS PENN ST. VS. UD, MAR. 16, 1998 (NIT) VS. YOUNGSTOWN ST., JAN. 1, 1997

TEAM RECORDS

10 9 CALVIN BOOTH D’OR FISCHER PENN ST. VS. UD, MAR. 16, 1998 (NIT) NWERN. ST. (VS. WINTHROP), MAR. 13, 2001

MOST POINTS 120 120 DAYTON VS. ASHLAND VS. ASHLAND JAN. 27, 1979 JAN. 27, 1979

116 112 SOUTHERN NOTRE DAME VS OHIO DEC. 15, 1990 MAR. 7, 1970

MOST POINTS IN HALF 74 74 DAYTON VS. ASHLAND VS. ASHLAND JAN. 27, 1979 (2ND HALF) JAN. 27, 1979 (2ND HALF)

68 58 LOYOLA/LA. NOTRE DAME VS. OHIO JAN. 9, 1971 (HALF UNKNOWN) MAR. 7, 1970 (2ND HALF)

FEWEST POINTS 22 38 ROANOKE VS. DAYTON VS. GEORGE WASHINGTON JAN. 9, 1978 JAN. 18, 1997

22 43 ROANOKE TEMPLE VS. KANSAS JAN. 2, 1978 MAR. 15, 1986

FEWEST POINTS IN HALF 8 14 8 19 RICHMOND VS. DAYTON VS. SAINT LOUIS RICHMOND VS. DAYTON JACKSONVILLE VS. TEMPLE JAN. 20, 2007 (1ST HALF) JAN. 14, 1995 (2ND HALF) JAN. 20, 2007 MAR. 13, 1986 (2ND HALF) WIDEST MARGIN OF VICTORY 58 58 43 38 DAYTON TWICE SAINT LOUIS CINCINNATI VS. DELAWARE VS. PRAIRIE VIEW, DEC. 29, 1997 VS. PRAIRIE VEIW, DEC. 29, 1997 JAN. 14, 1995 MAR. 20, 1992 VS. CENTRAL CONN., JAN. 23,1987 VS. CENTRAL CONN., JAN. 23, 1993 BEST FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE .775 .775 --- .615 DAYTON (31-FOR-40) VS. SOUTHERN (31-FOR-40) RECORD UNKNOWN NORTH CAROLINA A&T (32-FOR-52) VS. SOUTHERN, MART 1, 1986 MAR. 1, 1986 VS. MOREHEAD STATE, MAR. 13, 1984 MOST THREE POINTERS MADE 14 14 14 13 SIX TIMES SIX TIMES THREE TIMES CAL STATE NORTHRIDGE VS. SYRACUSE, MAR. 16, 2001 BEST THREE POINT PERCENTAGE .750 .750 .750 .500 TWICE (6-FOR-8, BOTH TIMES) VS. E. MICHIGAN (6-FOR-8) MIAMI/OHIO (6-FOR-8) OHIO STATE (5-FOR-10) UD (VS. E. MICHIGAN), DEC. 6, 1997 DEC. 6, 1997 FEB. 23, 1987 VS. TOWSON, MAR. 15, 1991 MIAMI/OHIO (VS. UD), FEB. 23, 1987

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35 34 TWICE NAVY XAVIER, JAN. 30, 1999 VS. LOUISIANA ST., MAR. 15, 1985 BUTLER, FEB. 21, 1991

MOST FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED 47 47 TWICE VS. DETROIT XAVIER JAN. 27, 1990 UD (VS. DETROIT), JAN. 27, 1990

47 43 XAVIER TWICE JAN. 30, 1999

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FLYER RECORDS AT UD ARENA OVERALL SCORING Player Opponent Date 1 Tom Crosswhite Loyola/La. Jan 9, 1971 2 Johnny Davis Notre Dame Feb 25, 1976 3 Chip Hare Duquesne Feb 4, 1993 4 Johnny Davis Florida State Mar 6, 1976

Pts 41 38 35 35

FRESHMEN SCORING Player Opponent Date Pts 1 Shawn Haughn Saint Louis Feb 13, 1994 30 2 Tony Stanley Temple Jan 28, 1998 26 Jim Rhoden Fairfield NIT Mar 10, 1978 26 Chris Wright Toledo Nov 25, 2007 26 4 Paul Hawkins Toledo Dec 27, 1980 25 5 Norman Plummer La Salle Jan 22, 2005 24 Tony Stanley Miami/Ohio 2ot Nov 22, 1997 24 Ed Young Long Island Mar 2, 1983 24 Jim Rhoden Chattanooga Jan 16, 1978 24 Johnny Davis Xavier Feb 23, 1974 24 OPPONENT SCORING Player Team Date Pts 1 Charles Jones Long Island NIT Mar 11, 1998 45 2 Keith Gailes Loyola/Ill. MCC Mar 9, 1990 44 FIELD GOALS, MADE Player Opponent Date Pts 1 Tom Crosswhite Loyola/La. Jan 9, 1971 18 2 Roosevelt Chapman Otterbein Nov 27, 1982 16 FIELD GOALS, ACCURACY (min. 10 made) Player Opponent Date FG/Att Pct 1 Mike Sylvester Xavier Feb 23, 1974 11/11 1.000 2 Mike Kanieski Hofstra Dec 29, 1981 10/10 1.000 3 Dave Colbert Southern Mar 1, 1986 13/14 .929 THREE-POINT FIELD GOALS, MADE Player Opponent Date 3Pt 1 Shawn Haughn Saint Louis Feb 13, 1994 8 2 Norm Grevey Butler Feb 25, 1989 7 Norm Grevey Cincinnati Dec 29, 1990 7 THREE-POINT FIELD GOALS, ACCURACY (min. 4 made) Player Opponent Date 3Pt/Att Pct 1 Shawn Haughn St. Louis Feb 13, 1994 8/8 1.000 2 Marques Bennett Coppin State Nov 27, 2004 4/4 1.000 Negele Knight Xavier Mar 3, 1990 4/4 1.000 Chip Jones Marquette Jan 5, 1991 4/4 1.000 Derrick Dukes Niagara Jan 12, 1993 4/4 1.000 Chip Hare Duquesne Feb 4, 1993 4/4 1.000 Brian Roberts Saint Louis Jan 30, 2008 4/4 1.000 FREE THROWS, MADE Player Opponent Date 1 Edwin Young NE Louisiana Dec 18, 1997 2 Edwin Young Geo Washington Feb 14, 1998

FT 18 16

FREE THROWS, ACCURACY (min. 4 made) Player Opponent Date M/Att Pct 1 Edwin Young NE La. Dec 18, 1997 18/18 1.000 George Janky N. Dame Feb 28, 1970 13/13 1.000 Darnell Hoskins Va. Tech Feb 15, 1997 13/13 1.000 ASSISTS Player Opponent Date Asts 1 Negele Knight Xavier Mar 10, 1990 15 2 Ray Springer Xavier Feb 4, 1989 14 Kevin Conrad Otterbein Nov 27, 1982 14 Kevin Conrad Xavier Feb 22, 1981 14 Kevin Conrad Alcorn State Feb 7, 1981 14 6 Derrick Dukes Southern Dec 15, 1990 13 Larry Schellenberg Cincinnati Jan 12, 1985 13 Jim Paxson Cal Poly Pomona Dec 11, 1978 13

REBOUNDS Player 1 George Jackson George Jackson 3 Ryan Perryman 4 Erv Giddings Erv Giddings BLOCKED SHOTS Player 1 Erv Giddings 2 Sean Finn 3 Anthony Corbitt Eight Times

Opponent Date Reb Tampa Feb 24, 1971 25 Xavier Feb 4, 1970 25 Long Island NIT Mar 11, 1998 23 Fairfield NIT Mar 10, 1978 22 Eastern Kentucky Dec 9, 1975 22

Opponent Date Blks Youngstown State Jan 10, 1977 6 Delaware State Nov 24, 2002 5 Loyola/Ill. Feb 11, 1989 4

STEALS Player 1 Alex Robertson Alex Robertson 3 Negele Knight Kevin Conrad

Opponent Date Stls Miami/Ohio Dec 30, 1993 9 Notre Dame Feb 25, 1992 9 Mississippi Valley Nov 30, 1988 7 La Salle Feb 12, 1983 7

DUNKS Player 1 Sean Finn 2 Charles Little Chris Wright Chris Wright 4 Charles Little Chris Wright

Opponent Prairie View A&M Xavier SMU Boston Toledo Delaware State

Date Dunks Dec 20, 2003 6 Feb 24, 2007 5 Nov 24, 2007 5 Dec 29, 2009 5 Nov 21, 2007 4 Nov 18, 2008 4

TEAM GAME RECORDS

FIELD GOALS MADE Date Opponent 1 Jan 27, 1979 Ashland 2 Dec 27, 1967 Portland 3 Dec 1, 1979 Ashland Nov 27, 1982 Otterbein

FGM 53 52 49 49

FIELD GOALS, ATTEMPTED Date Opponent 1 Dec 30, 1950 Arizona St. Jan 9, 1952 Ohio U. 3 Feb 14, 1957 Regis

FGA 107 107 102

FIELD GOALS, ACCURACY Date Opponent FGM FGA Pct 1 Mar 1, 1986 Southern 31 40 .775 2 Feb 18, 1970 Kent State 34 47 .723 FIELD GOALS, ACCURACY (Best Half) Date Opponent FGM FGA Pct 1 Mar 1, 1986 Southern 1st 19 22 .864 2 Jan 25, 1969 Miami/Ohio 2nd 17 22 .773 FREE THROWS, MADE Date Opponent 1 Feb 8, 1957 Villanova 2 Dec 16, 1953 Louisville

FTM 44 40

FREE THROWS, ATTEMPTED Date Opponent 1 Dec 16, 1953 Louisville 2 Feb 8, 1957 Villanova

FTA 58 56

FREE THROWS, ACCURACY Date Opponent FTM FTA Pct 1 Mar 15, 1985 Villanova 17 17 1.000 Mar 12, 1986 McNeese St. 13 13 1.000 THREE POINT FIELD GOALS, MADE Date Opponent 1 Jan 9, 1997 Wright State 2 Dec 27, 1989 Southern Dec 22, 1990 Bradley Dec 27, 1990 Texas Southern Dec 11, 1993 Wright State Jan 3, 1994 DePaul Mar 1, 1994 Detroit Dec 29, 1997 Prairie View

3PM 15 14 14 14 14 14 14 14

THREE POINT FIELD GOALS, ATTEMPTED Date Opponent 1 Dec 1, 1990 Morehead 2 Jan 3, 1994 DePaul 3 Dec 15, 1990 Southern

3PA 45 39 38

THREE POINT FIELD GOALS, ACCURACY Date Opponent 3PM 3PA Pct 1 Dec 6, 1997 Eastern Michigan 6 8 .750 2 Jan 25, 2000 La Salle 10 15 .667 Feb 14, 1987 Miami/Fla. 4 6 .667 Dec 27, 1997 Northwestern 8 12 .667 4 Jan 9, 1997 Wright State 15 23 .652 5 Dec 16, 1986 Ohio State 7 11 .636 February 1, 2009 Saint Joseph’s 7 11 .636 REBOUNDS Date 1 Dec. 27, 1990 2 Nov. 24, 1990 3 Nov. 23, 1990

Opponent Texas Southern Towson Illinois State

Reb 61 59 57

ASSISTS Date 1 Dec 7, 1985 2 Dec 3, 1988 3 Dec 27, 1989

Opponent Long Island Central Florida Southern

Asts 37 34 30

BLOCKED SHOTS Date 1 Nov 29, 1978 Jan 19, 1982 Dec 18, 1982 Jan 6, 1990 Feb 13, 2008 Feb 11, 2009

Opponent Wittenberg Jersey City Toledo Wright State Duquesne Xavier

Blocks 9 9 9 9 9 9

STEALS Date 1 Nov 29, 1989 Jan 10, 1991 Dec 14, 1991

Opponent Furman Loyola/Ill. Mt St Mary’s

Steals 17 17 17

DUNKS Date 1 Dec 20, 2008 Jan 25, 2009 3 Nov 21, 2007 Dec 29, 2009

Opponent UNC Greensboro St. Bonaventure Toledo Boston

Dunks 9 9 8 8

TEAM SEASON RECORDS HOME WINS Year Overall 1 2008-09 27-8 2 2002-03 24-6 1977-78 19-10 4 1981-82 21-9 1989-90 22-10 2009-10 29-12

HmGms 18 18 20 18 19 18

HOME WIN PERCENTAGE Year Overall 1 2008-09 27-8 2 2002-03 24-6 3 1973-74 20-9 4 1981-82 21-9 2009-10 29-12

HmGms HmRec Pct. 18 18-0 1.000 18 17-1 .944 16 15-1 .938 18 16-2 .889 18 16-2 .889

HmRec Wins 18-0 18 17-1 17 17-3 17 16-2 16 16-3 16 16-2 16

HIGHEST PERCENTAGE OF WINS AT HOME Year Overall Home HmPct. %W 1 1993-94 6-21 6-10 0.375 1.000 1994-95 7-20 7-9 0.438 1.000 3 1979-80 13-14 12-5 0.706 .923 1996-97 13-14 12-3 0.800 .923 5 1977-78 19-10 17-3 0.850 .895

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UD ARENA & NCAA TOURNAMENT THE NCAA TOURNAMENT There are many reasons why the NCAA Tournament Committee has called on the University of Dayton Arena to be a host for so many NCAA Tournament games:

• The University had constructed a new (and large) arena in 1969, making it one of the most attractive venues in the country.

• The hometown Flyers had been so good for so long that the college basketball fans in the Miami Valley were among the most knowledgeable and supportive in the country.

• Dayton’s Director of Athletics Thomas J. Frericks was an influential member of the tournament committee and a visionary regarding how to host a tournament.

• After hosting so many times, the NCAA often sent those chosen to host to Dayton, to witness the model of how to host the tournament.

Pick whatever reason you want, but there is certainly no argument that the UD Arena has been the site of more memorable NCAA Tournament moments than any facility in history. Among the Arena memories... Notre Dame’s Austin Carr scored 35 points against Ohio University -- in the first half. He added 26 more after intermission and holds the single-game mark to this day. Adolph Rupp’s Kentucky Wildcats fell to Florida State in 1972, ending his amazing career that resulted in 875 victories. Kentucky handed Bobby Knight’s Hoosiers their only loss in a two-year, 64-game span in what was called college basketball’s greatest game until Christian Laettner eliminated UK in Philadelphia in 1992. The world was introduced to a magical freshman from Michigan State in 1978. But the Spartans title would wait a year as soon-to-be champ Kentucky knocked out Magic Johnson, handing him his only NCAA Tourney loss. Mark Aguirre’s agony as he gripped the ball after it had gone through the net to beat his top-ranked DePaul Blue Demons in his final collegiate game -- a loss to Saint Joseph’s. Indiana trouncing the Maryland Terrapins en route to winning the 1981 NCAA Title with sophomore Isiah Thomas leading the way in his final collegiate season. In a simple 1984 play-in game, referee Mickey Crowley, former Supervisor of Atlantic 10 Men’s Basketball Officials, ran to the ESPN announcing position to watch a replay to determine whom to send to the foul line. One amazing day in 1985: Fairleigh Dickinson nearly beat powerful Michigan, Villanova started its dream run to the NCAA Championship (against the Dayton Flyers no less), Len Bias and Maryland stole one from Ron Harper and the Miami Redskins and David Robinson jumped into the nation’s conscious as Navy decimated LSU. One year later, another amazing freshman took to the floor in Kansas’ Danny Manning while Michigan State’s Scott Skiles fought and clawed his way to the regional while making a remarkable around-the-body pass on a breakaway. Ohio State, led by Jimmy Jackson and hometown hero Mark Baker (a Dunbar High School grad), knocked out Georgia Tech and then Jackson announced that Kenny Anderson was going pro. After going 0-3 in NCAA Tournament Games at the UD Arena, the 1995 Miami Redskins shocked the Arizona Wildcats behind the dreadlocked Devin Davis. The North Carolina State women knocking off the top two seeds in the East -- UConn and Old Dominion -- to advance to the 1998 Final Four. George Mason became everyone’s favorite underdog by knocking off two recent national champions -- Michigan State (2000) and North Carolina (2005) -- in Dayton on the way to the 2006 Final Four. In 2006, UD Arena became just the fourth venue to host 70 Men’s NCAA Tournament Games -- joining Kansas City’s Municipal Auditorium, Salt Lake City’s Huntsman Center, and New York Madison Square Garden. When the NCAA tournament field was expanded to 65 teams in 2000, UD Arena hosted the first-ever Opening Round Game. The Opening Round game was such a success in Dayton that the NCAA elected to hold the game at UD Arena through 2013. The 2010 Opening Round Game will be played on Tuesday, March 16. In such a short time, the Opening Round Game has become one of the most exciting and entertaining games of the NCAA Tournament. In 2002, Prosper Karangwa of Siena scored 31 points to lead his Siena Saints to an 8177 win over Alcorn State and legendary coach Davey L. Whitney. The 2003 NCAA Tournament was known for its close games and exciting finishes, and the Opening Round set the tone as UNC Asheville and Texas Southern found themselves knotted at 75-75 at the end of regulation. UNC Asheville, making its first-ever NCAA Tournament appearance, came away with a 92-84 win in overtime. In 2003, the Women’s NCAA Tournament returned to Dayton for the East Regional. Not only did the four teams who visited UD Arena feature the defending National Champion Connecticut Huskies, but also the four previous National Champions: Connecticut, who also won the title in 2000, 2001 Champion Notre Dame, and Purdue, who won it all in 1999. Connecticut survived the bracket of champions and went on to take the 2003 National Championship.

MOST PROLIFIC NCAA TOURNAMENT VENUES

Gms Building

83 83 81 71 55 54 53 51 50

City

Span

UD ARENA DAYTON, Oh. 1970-2010 Municipal Auditorium Kansas City, Mo. 1940-1964 Huntsman Center Salt Lake City, Ut. 1971-2008 Madison Square Garden New York, N.Y. 1943-1961 The Omni Atlanta, Ga. 1977-1992 RCA Dome Indianapolis, Ind. 1987-2007 Charlotte Coliseum I Charlotte, N.C. 1958-1999 The Palestra Philadelphia, Pa. 1939-1984 Freedom Hall Louisville, Ky. 1958-1991

UD ARENA & THE NCAA TOURNAMENT

SELECTED PLAYERS WHO HAVE PLAYED IN THE NCAAS AT UD ARENA

Player

Mark Aguirre Kenny Anderson Kent Benson Damone Brown Len Bias Quinn Buckner Austin Carr Artis Gilmore Goose Givens Nick Collison Drew Gooden Tyler Hansbrough Ron Harper Jimmy Jackson Magic Johnson Greg Kelser Raef LaFrentz Kyle Macy Danny Manning Scott May Jim McDaniel Ed Pinckney Shawn Respert Rick Robey David Robinson Dan Roundfield Malik Sealy Miles Simon Scott Skiles Damon Stoudamire Roy Tarpley Diana Taruasi Isiah Thomas Nick Van Exel

School Year

DePaul Georgia Tech Indiana Syracuse Maryland Indiana Notre Dame Jacksonville Kentucky Kansas Kansas North Carolina Miami/Ohio Ohio State Michigan State Michigan State Kansas Kentucky Kansas Indiana Western Kentucky Villanova Michigan State Kentucky Navy Central Michigan St. John’s Arizona Michigan State Arizona Michigan Connecticut Indiana Cincinnati

1981 1991 1975 2001 1985 1975 1970 1970 1978 2001 2001 2006 1985 1991 1978 1978 1995 1978 1986 1975 1970 1985 1992 1978 1985 1975 1991 1995 1986 1995 1985 2003 1981 1992

THOSE WHO’VE COACHED IN THE NCAAS AT UD ARENA AND HAVE WON A NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP

Coach Team Years Geno Auriemma Connecticut 1995, ‘00, ‘02, ‘03, 10 Larry Brown Kansas 1986 Steve Fisher Michigan 1995 Joe B. Hall Kentucky 1978 Don Haskins UTEP 1992 Jud Heathcote Michigan State 1978, ‘86, ‘92 Tom Izzo Michigan State 2006 Bobby Knight Indiana 1979, ‘81 Muffet McGraw Notre Dame 2001 Al McGuire Marquette 1972, ‘73, ’76 Rollie Massimino Villanova 1985 Lute Olsen Arizona 1995 Rick Pitino Louisville** 2009 Adolph Rupp Kentucky 1972 Dean Smith North Carolina 1976 John Thompson Georgetown 1986 Roy Williams* North Carolina 2006 * Also coached Kansas at UD Arena in 2001 NCAA Tournament

The women’s regional will return to the Arena in 2010 on March 28-30. The men’s First and Second Rounds are scheduled for the Arena in 2013.

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UD ARENA & NCAA TOURNAMENT NCAA GAME-BY-GAME AT UD ARENA Men’s NCAA Tournament Games Date Mar 7, 1970 Mar 7, 1970 Mar 16, 1972 Mar 16, 1972 Mar 18, 1972 Mar 18, 1972 Mar 10, 1973 Mar 10, 1973 Mar 20, 1975 Mar 20, 1975 Mar 22, 1975 Mar 22, 1975 Mar 13, 1976 Mar 13, 1976 Mar 16, 1978 Mar 16, 1978 Mar 18, 1978 Mar 12, 1981 Mar 12, 1981 Mar 13, 1981 Mar 13, 1981 Mar 15, 1983 Mar 15, 1983 Mar 13, 1984 Mar 13, 1984 Mar 15, 1985 Mar 15, 1985 Mar 15, 1985 Mar 15, 1985 Mar 17, 1985 Mar 17, 1985 Mar 13, 1986 Mar 13, 1986 Mar 13, 1986 Mar 13, 1986 Mar 15, 1986 Mar 15, 1986 Mar 15, 1991 Mar 15, 1991 Mar 15, 1991 Mar 15, 1991 Mar 17, 1991 Mar 17, 1991 Mar 20, 1992 Mar 20, 1992 Mar 20, 1992 Mar 20, 1992 Mar 22, 1992

Team

Score

Team

Score

Notre Dame 112 Ohio 82 Jacksonville 109 Western Kentucky 96 Florida State 70 Minnesota 56 Kentucky 85 Marquette 69 Florida State 73 Kentucky 54 Minnesota 77 Marquette 72 Marquette 77 Miami/Ohio 62 Austin Peay 77 Jacksonville 75 Kentucky 90 Central Michigan 73 Indiana 81 Oregon State 71 Kentucky 92 Indiana 90 Central Michigan 88 Oregon State 87 Alabama 79 North Carolina 64 Marquette 79 Western Kentucky 60 Kentucky 91 Miami/Ohio 69 Michigan State 90 Western Kentucky 69 Kentucky 52 Michigan State 49 Saint Joseph’s 59 Creighton 57 Maryland 81 Tenn.-Chattanooga 69 Saint Joseph’s 49 DePaul 48 Indiana 99 Maryland 64 Robert Morris 64 Georgia Southern 54 Alcorn State 81 Xavier 75 Morehead State 70 North Carolina A&T 69 Alcorn State 79 Houston Baptist 60 Michigan 59 Fairleigh Dickinson 55 Villanova 51 Dayton 49 Maryland 69 Miami/Ohio 68 ot Navy 78 Louisiana State 55 Villanova 59 Michigan 55 Maryland 64 Navy 59 Kansas 71 North Carolina A&T 46 Temple 61 Jacksonville 50 ot Georgetown 70 Texas Tech 64 Michigan State 72 Washington 70 Kansas 65 Temple 43 Michigan State 80 Georgetown 68 St. John’s 75 Northern Illinois 68 Texas 73 St. Peter’s 65 Ohio State 97 Towson State 86 Georgia Tech 87 DePaul 70 Ohio State 65 Georgia Tech 61 St. John’s 84 Texas 76 Cincinnati 85 Delaware 47 Michigan State 61 SW Missouri State 54 Kansas 100 Howard 67 Texas-El Paso 55 Evansville 50 Cincinnati 77 Michigan State 65

Region

Round

Midwest Mideast Mideast Mideast Mideast Mideast Mideast Mideast Mideast Mideast Mideast Mideast Mideast Mideast Mideast Mideast Mideast Mideast Mideast Mideast Mideast Mideast Midwest Mideast Midwest Southeast Southeast Southeast Southeast Southeast Southeast Midwest Midwest Midwest Midwest Midwest Midwest Midwest Midwest Midwest Midwest Midwest Midwest Midwest Midwest Midwest Midwest Midwest

First First Reg Semi Reg Semi Reg Final Reg Consol First First Reg Semi Reg Semi Reg Final Reg Consol First First Reg Semi Reg Semi Reg Final First First Second Second Play-In Play-In Play-In Play-In First First First First Second Second First First First First Second Second First First First First Second Second First First First First Second

Att 13,458 13,458 13,458 13,458 13,458 13,458 13,458 13,458 13,458 13,458 13,458 13,458 13,458 13,458 13,458 13,458 13,458 13,252 13,252 13,157 13,157 7,641 7,641 7,465 7,465 13,260 13,260 13,260 13,260 13,260 13,260 13,260 13,260 13,260 13,260 13,260 13,260 13,055 13,055 13,055 13,055 13,055 13,055 13,007 13,007 13,007 13,007 13,007

Date

Team

Mar 22, 1992 Mar 16, 1995 Mar 16, 1995 Mar 16, 1995 Mar 16, 1995 Mar 18, 1995 Mar 18, 1995 Mar 13, 2001 Mar 16, 2001 Mar 16, 2001 Mar 16, 2001 Mar 16, 2001 Mar 18, 2001 Mar 18, 2001 Mar 12, 2002 Mar 18, 2003 Mar 16, 2004 Mar. 15, 2005 Mar 14, 2006 Mar 17, 2006 Mar 17, 2006 Mar 17, 2006 Mar 17, 2006 Mar 19, 2006 Mar 19, 2006 Mar 13, 2007 Mar 18, 2008 Mar 17, 2009 Mar 20, 2009 Mar 20, 2009 Mar 20, 2009 Mar 20, 2009 Mar 22, 2009 Mar 22, 2009 Mar 16, 2010

Texas-El Paso Miami/Ohio Virginia Kansas Western Kentucky Virginia Kansas Northwestern St. Illinois Charlotte Kansas Syracuse Kansas Illinois Siena UNC Asheville Florida A & M Oakland Monmouth Georgetown Ohio State George Mason North Carolina Georgetown George Mason Niagara Mount Saint Mary’s Morehead State Louisville Pittsburgh Oklahoma State Siena Pittsburgh Louisville Arkansas-Pine Bluff

Score Team 66 71 96 82 82 60 75 71 96 70 99 79 87 79 81 92 72 79 71 54 70 75 69 70 65 77 69 58 54 72 77 74 84 79 61

Score Region

Round Att

Kansas 60 Midwest Arizona 62 Midwest Nicholls State 72 Midwest Colgate 68 Midwest Michigan 76 ot Midwest Miami/Ohio 54 ot Midwest Western Kentucky 70 Midwest Winthrop 67 Midwest Northwestern St. 54 Midwest Tennessee 63 Midwest Cal State Northridge 75 Midwest Hawai’i 69 Midwest Syracuse 58 Midwest Charlotte 61 Midwest Alcorn State 77 East Texas Southern 84 ot South Lehigh 57 St. Louis Alabama A&M 69 Syracuse Hampton 49 Minneapolis Northern Iowa 49 Minneapolis Davidson 62 Minneapolis Michigan State 65 Washington Murray State 65 Washington Ohio State 52 Minneapolis North Carolina 60 Washington Florida A&M 69 West Coppin State 60 East Alabama State 43 Midwest Morehead State 54 Midwest East Tennessee St. 62 East Tennessee 75 East Ohio State 72 2ot Midwest Oklahoma State 76 East Siena 72 Midwest Winthrop 44 South

Second 13,007 First 13,045 First 13,045 First 13,045 First 13,045 Second 13,045 Second 13,045 Opening 6,813 First 13,009 First 13,009 First 13,133 First 13,133 Second 13,159 Second 13,159 Opening 8,681 Opening 7,711 Opening 7,808 Opening 8,254 Opening 7,764 First 12,945 First 12,945 First 12,945 First 12,945 Second 12,945 Second 12,945 Opening 8,257 Opening 8,464 Opening 11, 346 First 12,499 First 12,499 First 12,499 First 12,499 Second 12,596 Second 12,596 Opening 8,205

Women’s NCAA Tournament Games Mar 21, 1998 North Carolina St. Mar 21, 1998 Connecticut Mar 23, 1998 North Carolina St. Mar 28, 2003 Connecticut Mar 28, 2003 Purdue April 1, 2003 Connecticut Mar 25, 2007 Tennessee Mar 25, 2007 Ole Miss Mar 27, 2007 Tennessee Mar 28, 2010 Connecticut Mar 28, 2010 Florida State Mar 30, 2010 Connecticut

55 74 60 70 66 73 65 90 98 74 74 90

Old Dominion Arizona Connecticut Boston College Notre Dame Purdue Marist Oklahoma Ole Miss Iowa State Mississippi State Florida State

54 57 52 49 47 64 46 82 62 36 71 50

East East East East East East East East East East East East

Reg Semi Reg Semi Reg Final Reg Semi Reg Semi Reg Final Reg Semi Reg Semi Reg Final Reg Semi Reg Semi Reg Final

7,243 7,243 7,220 9,552 9,552 8,503 9,023 9,023 8,205 5,935 5,935 5,280

Key: Reg Semi - Regional Semifinal Reg Final - Regional Final Reg Consol - Regional Consolation Game

ATTENDANCE SUMMARY CATEGORY AVG. GAMES TOTAL All Men’s NCAA Tournament Games

12,193

83

Men’s Opening Round/Play-In Games

7,554

14

105,751

69

844, 234

Men’s Non-Opening/Play-In Round Games 12,235

1,012,047

All Women’s NCAA Tournament Games

7,726

12

92,714

Total (Men & Women, All Rounds)

11,629

95

1,079,406

In March of 2001, ESPN.com reporter Andy Katz wrote that the NCAA was “right by placing [the NCAA Tournament Opening Round Game] in Dayton. These fans are hoop junkies, even if the Flyers aren’t on the floor.” The following year, ESPN personality Mike Tirico added “There’s no better basketball town in this country than Dayton, Ohio.”

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headers THEARENA FLYER ATTENDANCE FAITHFUL UD The Flyer Faithful is a contingent that can be compared with the Green Bay Packer fans. The fans know that to acquire lowerArena season tickets, they need to be in for the long haul -- maybe a quarter-century or so. The Arena was opened in 1969 to accommodate a demand for seats that the 5,808-seat UD Fieldhouse could not supply. And Flyer tickets have remained hard to come by ever since. Since the doors opened at the Arena, the worst national attendance ranking for the Flyers has been 35th. Atlantic 10 Television’s Mike Gorman and John Griffin liken the Flyer fanatics to the Duke maniacs in Durham, N.C., calling the UD Arena “the Cameron Indoor of the Atlantic 10.” Not only has Dayton led the Atlantic 10 in attendance each year since joining the conference, but UD Arena has become a frightening stop for the opposition. Ninety-one A-10 teams have entered UD Arena, and 68 have left with a loss, including seven conference opponents who were ranked. “As a player, you feel like a little kid in a candy store,” says former Flyer Edwin Young. “You get that excited when you hear 13,000 people screaming. They got us energized. We fed off them. Whenever I got down, I thought about our fans. You want to bottle their enthusiasm and unleash it...They’re such a part of the team, it’s like they’re one of the family.” Of course, this is not a new phenomenon at UD. Since the Arena doors opened in 1969, the Flyers have played 656 home games and crowds of at least 10,000 have shown up for 95 percent of the contests. Eighty-four of those games have been official sellouts. UD finished in the Top 30 in men’s basketball attendance for the 11th straight season in 2007-08, according to a report by the NCAA. The City of Dayton supports basketball like no other city of its size (and better than most larger cities). The Arena has been the site of 26 full Men’s NCAA Basketball Tournament sessions and all have been sold out -- always well in advance. The five sessions that weren’t sellouts were the play-in rounds of 1983 and 1984 and the Opening Rounds from 2001-2005. The play-in rounds predated the 64-team field and featured four of the tournament’s lowest-seeded teams, and the Opening Round featured the two lowest-rated teams in the 65-team field. Of the 2001 Opening Round, ESPN’s Andy Katz wrote, “Instead of an empty arena, the NCAA guessed right in placing this game in Dayton. These fans are hoops junkies, even if the Flyers aren’t on the floor.” The NCAA tournament program rationalized the decision to place the Opening Round in Dayton by saying UD Arena is “the NCAA’s Disneyland when it comes to ideal destinations for men’s NCAA Tournament games.” In 1998 the Arena hosted the NCAA Women’s Tournament for the first time and drew more than 7,000 in each session, making it one of the best regional draws ever at a location where the host wasn’t participating. The 2003 Women’s East Regional was the highest attended NCAA tournament site, aside from the Final Four, where a home team was not in action. The crowds have been so good for so long, that The Sporting News’ college basketball analyst Mike DeCourcy wrote, “Dayton fans are the most loyal in America, showing up to fill their arena even when the Flyers were scraping the bottom....” The Sporting News also proclaimed that the Flyer Faithful are the best fans in all of college basketball in a fall 2000 issue. Not even a blizzard could stop the Flyer Faithful. In February of 2003, with much of the surrounding counties in a state of emergency due to snowfall, many questioned how many people would show up for a game versus No. 25 Saint Joseph’s. The game was a sellout with less than 500 no shows. “I’m not surprised,” said then-UD head coach Oliver Purnell, “These people would get here in snowmobiles if they had to.” The affection the Dayton community has for the home team runs both ways. After UD defeated Duquesne 74-61 on March 7, 2009 to put the wraps on a perfect 18-0 2008-09 season at UD Arena, the team met at midcourt and then scattered ot all corners of the Arena to personally thank the Flyer Faithful for their support throughout the perfect season. And when things are going well for the Flyers, no place rocks like the UD Arena. In 1997-1998, when the Flyers advanced to the National Invitation Tournament’s second round, the Penn State Nittany Lions came to Dayton and the game left the travel party shaking their heads. Penn State won a tough-fought 77-74 decision, but the crowd was a topic of conversation following the game. “This is the best place I’ve played at since I’ve been in college,” said Nittany Lion Jarrett Stephens. “This beats any place in the Big Ten.” As one Pennsylvania writer left courtside following the game she remarked to another writer, “Maybe these people will finally shut up.” With the Flyer Faithful, never count on that.

On February 16, 2003, LeBron-mania hit UD Arena, as a sold-out crowd watched future NBA No. 1-pick LeBron James (right) and his St. Vincent-St. Mary’s squad take on Alter High School. He returned eight months later with his Cleveland Cavaliers for an NBA Exhibition game.

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Season Record Gms 1969-70 11-4 15 1970-71 13-3 16 1971-72 10-5 15 1972-73 10-6 16 1973-74 15-1 16 1974-75 8-9 17 1975-76 12-5 17 1976-77 12-6 18 1977-78 17-3 20 1978-79 15-3 18 1979-80 12-5 17 1980-81 14-3 17 1981-82 16-2 18 1982-83 13-4 17 1983-84 14-2 16 1984-85 15-3 18 1985-86 15-2 17 1986-87 10-7 17 1987-88 8-8 16 1988-89 9-8 17 1989-90 16-3 19 1990-91 11-7 18 1991-92 12-4 16 1992-93 3-12 15 1993-94 6-10 16 1994-95 7-9 16 1995-96 12-4 16 1996-97 12-3 15 1997-98 14-4 18 1998-99 9-6 15 1999-00 13-2 15 2000-01 12-6 18 2001-02 13-4 17 2002-03 17-1 18 2003-04 15-3 18 2004-05 12-4 16 2005-06 12-5 17 2006-07 15-2 17 2007-08 15-3 18 2008-09 18-0 18 2009-10 16-2 18

Att. 194,728 204,276 191,109 193,480 190,809 194,847 189,633 205,425 229,997 210,649 183,090 177,213 184,231 169,146 173,368 211,096 199,836 198,794 193,209 198,640 234,402 226,741 196,142 172,057 173,885 175,391 181,472 163,277 210,911 179,625 189,667 218,822 206,213 220,789 226,738 201,114 211,176 208,522 224,623 229,768 220,657

Avg Rank* 12,982 5th 12,767 6th 12,741 10th 12,093 --11,926 10th 11,462 --11,155 --11,413 --11,500 17th 11,703 20th 10,770 22nd 10,424 25th 10,235 28th 9,950 32nd 10,836 25th 11,728 21st 11,755 21st 11,694 20th 12,076 24th 11,684 26th 12,338 25th 12,597 25th 12,259 30th 11,470 32nd 10,868 35th 10,962 34th 11,342 33rd 10,885 35th 11,717 26th 11,975 27th 12,644 24th 12,157 24th 12,130 23rd 12,266 24th 12,597 25th 12,570 18th 12,423 23rd 12,266 26th 12,479 27th 12,765 27th 12,259 28th

All-Time Record at UD Arena: 509-183 All-Time Games: 692 All-Time Attendance: 8,165,568 All-Time Average: 11,800 *denotes NCAA Division I Attendance Rank

NBA EXHIBITIONS AT UD ARENA Date Game

Sept. 26, 1970 Sept. 26, 1970 Sept. 28, 1971 Oct. 4, 1971 Oct. 4, 1974 Oct. 9, 1974 Oct. 3, 1975 Oct. 11, 1977 Oct. 10, 1978 Oct. 12, 1984 Oct. 26, 1988 Oct. 18, 1989 Oct. 15, 1995 Oct. 10, 1997 Oct. 14, 1999 Oct. 11, 2004

Cleveland 101, Phoenix 89 Buffalo 116, Cincinnati 108 Cincinnati 118, Buffalo 100 Indiana 106, Kentucky 98 Milwaukee 103, Portland 96 Philadelphia 112, Houston 107 Washington 109, Boston 108 N.Y. Knicks 113, Boston 109 L.A. Lakers 107, Phoenix 105 Indiana 110, Cleveland 106 Cleveland 120, Detroit 102 Phoenix 115, N.Y. Knicks 106 Chicago 114, Indiana 105 Cleveland 105, Indiana 98 Milwaukee113, Atlanta 89 Cleveland 103, Charlotte 77

Att

9,800 9,800 1,200 3,100 13,458 1,423 5,383 7,775 4,198 1,336 8,087 6,584 13,500 8,487 3,926 7,589


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ALL-TIME UD ARENA SELLOUTS

AP Ranks

Date 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49

Dec 6, 1969 Dec 23, 1969 Dec 27, 1969 Jan 14, 1970 Jan 17, 1970 Jan 31, 1970 Feb 7, 1970 Feb 28, 1970 Dec 22, 1970 Jan 13, 1971 Mar 3, 1971 Feb 26, 1972 Mar 4, 1972 Dec 9, 1972 Mar 4, 1974 Feb 11, 1978 Mar 4, 1978 Mar 14, 1978 Jan 16, 1979 Mar 1, 1980 Mar 4, 1981 Mar 6, 1982 Mar 3, 1984 Jan 12, 1985 Jan 26, 1985 Feb 8, 1985 Feb 23, 1985 Mar 9, 1985 Mar 15, 1985 Feb 22, 1986 Dec 16, 1986 Jan 31, 1987 Mar 7, 1987 Jan 23, 1988 Mar 5, 1988 Mar 12, 1988 Dec 17, 1988 Feb 4, 1989 Jan 6, 1990 Jan 27, 1990 Feb 28, 1990 Mar 3, 1990 Mar 9, 1990 Mar 10, 1990 Dec 29, 1990 Feb 17, 1991 Feb 29, 1992 Dec 29, 1992 Dec 11, 1993

UD

Opp

--- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---

--- --- --- 18 --- --- 12 13 --- 16 --- 10 --- --- 2 --- 7 --- 7 14 2 --- --- --- 7 --- --- --- --- --- --- --- 20 --- --- --- 14 --- --- --- --- 19 --- 24 --- --- --- 21 ---

Opponent W/L Bowling Green Cincinnati Miami/Ohio Louisville DePaul Colgate Florida State Notre Dame Duke Louisville Miami/Ohio Southwestern Louisiana Notre Dame Michigan Notre Dame Cincinnati Notre Dame Georgetown NIT Louisville Notre Dame DePaul Notre Dame Notre Dame Cincinnati DePaul Canisius Marquette Notre Dame 2ot Villanova NCAA Marquette Ohio State Cincinnati Notre Dame Marquette Wright State Notre Dame Ohio State Xavier* Wright State Detroit* Notre Dame Xavier* Loyola/Ill. MCC Xavier MCC Cincinnati Xavier Xavier* Cincinnati Wright State

UD Opp

Att

W 72 70 L 62 64 L 64 66 L 69 77 W 79 75 W 97 82 L 76 82 W 95 79 L 64 70 L 68 73 L 53 83 L 86 103 W 86 74 L 78 81 W 97 82 L 40 42 W 66 59 L 62 71 L 76 77 L 54 62 L 64 84 W 79 72 W 80 70 W 81 66 W 65 64 W 60 52 W 72 59 L 73 80 L 49 51 L 79 82 W 89 86 W 67 64 L 56 62 W 67 62 W 89 71 L 59 72 L 76 104 L 78 82 L 99 101 W 100 80 W 97 79 W 111 108 W 97 95 W 98 89 L 71 75 W 83 79 L 56 72 L 55 65 W 83 56

13,450 13,450 13,450 13,450 13,450 13,450 13,450 13,450 13,458 13,458 13,458 13,458 13,458 13,458 13,528 13,458 13,458 13,458 13,458 13,455 13,455 13,455 13,505 13,455 13,495 13,455 13,455 13,511 13,260 13,502 13,511 13,511 13,511 13,452 13,511 13,511 13,511 13,511 13,511 13,511 13,511 13,511 13,202 13,2 13,511 13,511 13,511 13,511 13,505

Date 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95

Jan 15, 1994 Jan 24, 1998 Feb 21, 1998 Mar 16, 1998 Jan 30, 1999 Jan 11, 2000 Feb 12, 2000 Feb 17, 2000 Feb 26, 2000 Nov 29, 2000 Feb 17, 2001 Feb 21, 2001 Mar 4, 2001 Jan 5, 2002 Feb 16, 2002 Nov 30, 2002 Feb 15, 2003 Feb 22, 2003 Mar 1, 2003 Jan 10, 2004 Jan 31, 2004 Mar 13, 2004 Dec 4, 2004 Jan 22, 2005 Feb 19, 2005 Feb 26, 2005 Mar 4, 2006 Feb 24, 2007 Mar 3, 2007 Dec 29, 2007 Mar 3, 2008 Jan 16, 2008 Jan 30, 2008 Feb 16, 2008 Feb 24, 2008 Mar 8, 2008 Feb 11, 2009 Feb 14, 2009 Mar 7, 2009 Nov 14, 2009 Dec 21, 2009 Dec 29, 2009 Jan 9, 2010 Feb 6, 2010 Feb 27, 2010 Mar 6, 2010

AP Ranks UD Opp --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- 24 --- --- --- --- --- --- --- 25 25 --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- 17 14 --- --- --- --- 14 --- --- 21 --- --- --- --- --- ---

21 19 --- --- --- --- --- 7 --- 22 --- 23 24 --- --- 19 25 14 --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- 6 22 --- --- --- 10 --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---

Opponent W/L Cincinnati* Xavier* Rhode Island* Penn State NIT Xavier* Xavier* St. Bonaventure* Temple* Rhode Island* Cincinnati George Washington* Saint Joseph’s* Xavier* Xavier* Rhode Island* Cincinnati Saint Joseph’s* Xavier* Fordham* ot Temple* Xavier* Xavier* A10 Cincinnati La Salle* Xavier* George Washington* Rhode Island* Xavier* Saint Louis* 2ot Pittsburgh Rhode Island* Massachusetts* Saint Louis* Temple* Xavier* Saint Joseph’s* Xavier* Richmond* Duquesne* Creighton Appalachian State Boston Duquesne* ot Xavier* Massachusetts* Saint Louis*

L W W L W W W L W L W L W L W W W L W W W L L W W L L L W W W L W W L W W W W W W W W W W L

UD Opp 63 93 71 74 91 76 68 58 77 75 82 72 65 59 66 75 66 72 69 60 74 49 55 66 59 59 56 67 65 80 92 82 63 77 57 79 71 70 74 90 65 74 78 90 96 66

79 82 62 77 86 72 64 64 51 82 79 82 62 66 57 69 56 73 64 56 67 58 65 58 55 62 65 75 64 55 83 71 36 66 51 67 58 65 61 80 49 60 72 65 68 71

Att 13,505 13,521 13,521 13,409 13,521 13,553 13,553 13,553 13,521 13,553 13,553 13,553 13,553 13,553 13,553 13,409 13,409 13,409 13,409 13,409 13,409 13,133 13,409 13,409 13,409 13,409 13,435 13,435 13,435 13,435 13,435 13,435 13,435 13,435 13,435 13,435 13,435 13,435 13,435 13,435 13,435 13,435 13,435 13,435 13,435 13,435

* denotes conference game

A sold-out UD Arena crowd of 13,409 watches the tipoff of the Dayton-Xavier game on Feb. 19, 2005. Although the Arena opened its doors 40 years ago, more than one-third of UD’s 88 sellouts have come in the last ten years.

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Date

Opponent W/L

UD Opp

Atten.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37

Feb 25, 1995 Mar 21, 1968 Dec 11, 1996 Dec 10, 1988 Dec 8, 2007 Mar 20, 1971 Mar 26, 2008 Mar 23, 1968 Mar 25, 1967 Mar 24, 1967 Dec 23, 2000 Mar 18, 2004 Mar 19, 1968 Mar 18, 1955 Mar 15, 1952 Mar 8, 1952 Mar 17, 1951 Mar 23, 1961 Mar 22, 1962 Nov 29, 1999 Mar 13, 1952 Mar 12, 1960 Jan 12, 1977 Mar 15, 1951 Feb 6, 1985 Dec 26, 1961 Mar 17, 1955 Mar 15, 1960 Mar 15, 1982 Mar 6, 1954 Nov 20, 1999 Mar 16, 1968 Mar 22, 1956 Mar 24, 1962 Dec 29, 1954 Mar 18, 1990 Feb 23, 1991

at Saint Louis L vs Notre Dame ot NIT W at Louisville L at Louisville L at Louisville W vs Duke NIT L vs Ohio State NIT L vs Kansas NIT W vs UCLA NCAA L vs North Carolina NCAA W at Louisville W vs DePaul 2ot NCAA L vs Fordham NIT W vs Duquesne NIT L vs La Salle NIT L vs New York U. NIT W vs Brigham Young NIT L vs Saint Louis NIT L vs Loyola/Ill. NIT W vs Kentucky W vs St. Bonaventure NIT W vs Temple NIT W at Cincinnati L vs St. John’s ot NIT W at DePaul W vs New York U. W vs St Francis/Pa. ot NIT W vs Bradley NIT L at Illinois NIT W vs Manhattan NIT W vs Samford W vs West Virginia NIT W vs St Francis/N.Y. NIT W vs St. John’s NIT W vs Duquesne L vs Arkansas NCAA L at Fordham L

51 76 67 68 70 60 74 61 64 76 91 69 61 58 64 81 43 60 98 68 69 72 61 69 67 75 79 64 61 90 65 87 89 73 75 84 63

20,930 Kiel Center (St. Louis) 19,500 Madison Square Garden (NY) 19,413 Freedom Hall (Louisville) 19,364 Freedom Hall (Louisville) 19,128 Freedom Hall (Louisville) 19,102 Madison Square Garden (NY) 19,040 Schottenstein Center (Columbus) 19,008 Madison Square Garden (NY) 18,892 Freedom Hall (Louisville) 18,889 Freedom Hall (Louisville) 18,739 Freedom Hall (Louisville) 18,698 HSBC Arena (Buffalo) 18,683 Madison Square Garden (NY) 18,496 Madison Square Garden (NY) 18,485 Madison Square Garden (NY) 18,442 Madison Square Garden (NY) 18,379 Madison Square Garden (NY) 18,378 Madison Square Garden (NY) 17,326 Madison Square Garden (NY) 17,232 Firstar Center (Cincinnati) 17,131 Madison Square Garden (NY) 17,078 Madison Square Garden (NY) 17,009 Riverfront Coli. (Cincinnati) 16,815 Madison Square Garden (NY) 16,803 Rosemont Horizon (Chicago) 16,797 Madison Square Garden (NY) 16,485 Madison Square Garden (NY) 16,345 Madison Square Garden (NY) 16,275 Assembly Hall (Champaign) 16,259 Madison Square Garden (NY) 16,207 “The Pit” (Albuquerque) 16,127 Madison Square Garden (NY) 16,125 Madison Square Garden (NY) 16,037 Madison Square Garden (NY) 16,015 Madison Square Garden (NY) 15,884 Erwin Center (Austin) 15,878 Madison Square Garden (NY)

63 74 80 95 65 68 63 48 79 62 68 76 60 70 75 66 62 67 82 66 62 51 84 62 63 67 73 78 58 79 63 68 58 67 90 86 73

Arena

Date

Opponent W/L

UD Opp

Atten.

Arena

38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71

Mar 20, 1958 Mar 20, 2009 Mar 24, 1956 Nov 19, 1999 Mar 25, 1961 Dec 26, 1963 Dec 27, 1998 Dec 10, 2008 Dec 30, 1961 Dec 28, 1956 Dec 28, 1961 Mar 16, 1957 Dec 19, 1992 Feb 15, 1992 Mar 4, 1958 Feb 10, 1990 Nov 26, 2005 Feb 2, 1994 Feb 9, 1991 Dec 17, 1966 Dec 2, 1981 Feb 19, 1956 Feb 7, 1987 Mar 22, 2009 Dec 19, 1977 Mar 11, 1952 Mar 6, 1975 Mar 21, 1961 Mar 15, 1962 Dec 29, 1958 Dec 19, 1985 Mar 16, 1974 Feb 20, 1994 Nov 29, 2000 Feb 17, 2001 Feb 21, 2001 Feb 12, 2000 Feb 17, 2000 Jan 11, 2000 Mar 4, 2001

vs St. John’s NIT vs. West Virginia NCAA vs Louisville NIT at New Mexico vs Holy Cross NIT vs Villanova vs Cincinnati at Creighton vs La Salle vs Duquesne vs Wisconsin vs St. Peter’s NIT at Michigan State at Tennessee at Cincinnati at Marquette at Creighton 2ot at Saint Louis at Marquette Louisville Minnesota Xavier DePaul Kansas NCAA Louisville Saint Louis Louisville Temple NIT Wichita State NIT Utah ECAC Ohio State New Mexico Marquette Cincinnati George Washington Saint Joseph’s St. Bonaventure Temple Xavier Xavier

80 68 80 70 76 73 51 59 81 88 93 79 60 67 66 79 90 75 65 81 74 85 65 60 63 68 67 62 79 70 73 61 62 75 82 72 68 58 76 65

15,834 15,794 15,763 15,740 15,673 15,451 15,440 15,418 15,408 15,400 15,238 15,135 15,121 15,112 15,011 14,988 14,880 14,791 14,708 14,602 14,352 14,284 14,280 14,279 14,191 14,112 14,109 13,896 13,895 13,746 13,681 13,658 13,642 13,553 13,553 13,553 13,553 13,553 13,553 13,553

Madison Square Garden (NY) Metrodome (Minneapolis) Madison Square Garden (NY) “The Pit” (Albuquerque) Madison Square Garden (NY) Madison Square Garden (NY) Gund Arena (Cleveland) Qwest Center (Omaha) Madison Square Garden (NY) Freedom Hall (Louisville) Madison Square Garden (NY) Madison Square Garden (NY) Breslin Center (East Lansing) Thompson-Boling (Knoxville) Cincinnati Gardens Bradley Center (Milwaukee) Qwest Center (Omaha) Kiel Center (St. Louis) Bradley Center (Milwaukee) Freedom Hall (Louisville) Williams Arena (Minneapolis) Cincinnati Gardens Rosemont Horizon (Chicago) Metrodome (Minneapolis) Freedom Hall (Louisville) Madison Square Garden (NY) Freedom Hall (Louisville) Madison Square Garden (NY) Madison Square Garden (NY) Madison Square Garden (NY) St. John Arena (Columbus) McKale Center (Tucson) Bradley Center (Milwaukee) UD Arena UD Arena UD Arena UD Arena UD Arena UD Arena UD Arena

W W L W L L L L W W L W L L L W L L L L L W L L L W L W W L L L L L W L W L W W

56 60 93 57 85 77 53 77 67 45 105 71 65 68 70 77 91 94 67 96 90 75 88 43 69 58 83 60 71 79 80 66 84 82 79 82 64 64 72 62

The tip-off between Dayton and DePaul at HSBC Arena in Buffalo, N.Y. during the NCAA Tournament First Round in 2004. The crowd of 18,698 was the 10th-largest to ever watch the Flyers play.

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The History


FLYERS IN THE ABA & NBA BUCKY BOCKHORN 1958-65

Cincinnati Royals

ROGER BROWN

1967-75

JOHNNY DAVIS

1976-86

HENRY FINKEL

1966-75

Roger Brown never played a varsity game for theFlyers, but his impact on the program is not forgotten. In 1960-61, the Flyer freshman team caught the attention of the entire UD community by regularly pounding the opposition. Brown didn’t play varsity at UD and was banned by the NBA for having ‘associated’ with New York City gamblers, but no illegal act was ever charged. The ABA ended the injustice in 1967, allowing Brown to play for the Indiana Pacers. Many claim that if Brown had played and Bill Chmielewski had stayed in school, UD would have won two national titles.

Indiana Pacers

Portland Trail Blazers Indiana Pacers Atlanta Hawks Cleveland Cavaliers Los Angeles Lakers San Diego Rockets Boston Celtics

CHUCK GRIGSBY 1954-55

New York Knicks

CHRIS HARRIS

St. Louis Hawks Rochester Royals

1955-56

BOBBY JOE HOOPER 1968-69

Indiana Pacers

JOHN HORAN

1955-56

NEGELE KNIGHT

1990-99

DON MAY

1968-75

DON MEINEKE

1952-57

JIM PALMER

1958-61

Minneapolis Lakers Phoenix Suns San Antonio Spurs Detroit Pistons Toronto Raptors New York Knicks Buffalo Braves Atlanta Hawks Philadelphia 76ers Kansas City Kings Ft. Wayne Pistons Rochester Royals Cincinnati Royals Cincinnati Royals New York Knicks

JIM PAXSON JR. 1979-90

Portland Trail Blazers Boston Celtics

JIM PAXSON SR. 1956-58

Minneapolis Lakers Cincinnati Royals

DONALD SMITH

1974-75

SEDRIC TONEY

1985-90

Philadelphia 76ers Atlanta Hawks Phoenix Suns New York Knicks Indiana Pacers Sacramento Kings

Bucky Bockhorn was one of 20 Flyer all-time greats named to UD’s All-Century Team in 2004. He went on to a seven-year NBA career before a knee injury cut it short.

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FLYERS IN THE DRAFT

Year Draftee

Team

League Rd.

1952 Chuck Grigsby

Baltimore

NBA

—-

1952 Don Meinke

Fort Wayne

NBA

—-

1952 Junior Norris

Rochester

NBA

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1954 Jim Paxson

Rochester

NBA

—-

1955 John Horan

Fort Wayne

NBA

—-

1955 Jack Sallee

Syracuse

NBA

3rd

1956 Jim Paxson

Minneapolis

NBA

—-

1956 Bill Uhl

Rochester

NBA

—-

1957 Jim Palmer

St. Louis

NBA

2nd

1958 Bucky Bockhorn

Cincinnati

NBA

3rd

1958 Don Lane

New York

NBA

5th

1958 Jack McCarthy

Cincinnati

NBA

16th

1960 Frank Case

Detroit

NBA

3rd

1962 Tom Hatton

St. Louis

NBA

5th

1962 Gary Roggenburk

Philadelphia

NBA

4th

1964 Bill Chmielewski

Cincinnati

NBA

2nd

1964 Henry Finkel

Los Angeles

NBA

4th

1964 Gordy Hatton

Philadelphia

NBA

7th

1965 Henry Finkel

Philadelphia

NBA

4th

1966 Henry Finkel

Los Angeles

NBA

2nd

1968 Bobby Joe Hooper New York

NBA

8th

1968 Don May

Indiana

ABA

3rd

1968 Bobby Joe Hooper Indiana

ABA

12th

1969 Dan Sadlier

Phoenix

NBA

6th

1969 Dan Obrovac

San Francisco NBA

6th

1969 Dan Sadlier

Kentucky

ABA

9th

1970 Jim Gottschall

San Diego

NBA

9th

1970 George Janky

Pittsburgh

ABA

2nd

1970 George Janky

Portland

NBA

6th

1971 Ken May

San Francisco NBA

7th

1971 Tom Crosswhite

Baltimore

NBA

13th

1971 George Jackson

Milwaukee

NBA

14th

1971 Ken May

Floridians

ABA

15th

1974 Donald Smith

Philadelphia

NBA

2nd

1974 Mike Sylvester

Detroit

NBA

6th

1974 Mike Sylvester

Carolina

ABA

10th

1976 Johnny Davis

Portland

NBA

2nd

1978 Erv Giddings

New York

NBA

4th

1979 Jim Paxson

Portland

NBA

1st

1982 Mike Kanieski

New York

NBA

6th

1984 Roosevelt Chapman Kansas City

NBA

3rd

1985 Sedric Toney

Atlanta

NBA

3rd

1986 Dave Colbert

Boston

NBA

5th

1986 Damon Goodwin

Phoenix

NBA

7th

1990 Negele Knight

Phoenix

NBA

2nd

Johnny Davis declared hardship after his junior season at UD and the next season claimed an NBA World Championship with the Portland Trail Blazers. That was a good thing for the Flyer opposition. In his final home game he scored 35 against Florida State. After scoring 16 in the first half, then-Seminole Coach Hugh Durham went to work. “We made some halftime adjustments on him,” said Durham. “And held him to 19 in the second half.” After his playing career, Davis began coaching and was even the head coach for the Philadelphia 76ers in Allen Iverson’s rookie season. He was also the head coach of the Orlando Magic.

Jim Paxson had a great professional career with Portland and Boston. The former General Manager and Vice President of Basketball Operations for the Cleveland Cavaliers, he was the first Portland Trail Blazer to score 10,000 career points and was recently inducted into the Oregon Sports Hall of Fame. The Blazers had made him the 14th pick of the 1979 NBA Draft. 99


ALL-AMERICA FLYERS ALPHONSE SCHUMACHER 1912, 1913 The Helms Foundation brought life to the early age of basketball in 1957, when they commissioned a panel to reward All-Americans dating back to 1905. Schumacher led the Flyers to a 24-0 mark in the span of 1911-13 and was named to the ten-player squads in each season.

DON MEINEKE 1951, 1952 Meineke was among the nation’s standouts as the game took a dramatic rise in popularity in the early 1950s. In his senior campaign, Meineke averaged 21.1 points and 11.8 rebounds while shooting 44 percent from the field and 79 percent from the line and was picked second-team All-America by Helms, Look Magazine and the Associated Press. As a junior Monk was picked third-team All-America by Helms and Converse.

JOHN HORAN 1955 The Vertical Hyphen was third-team All-America by Converse and the United Press International as a senior after averaging 18.4 points and 13.3 boards for the 25-4 Flyers, which wound up losing the NIT title game to Duquesne. Horan remains UD’s all-time top rebounder and graduated as the number-two scorer behind only Meineke. He is now tenth on that list.

BILL UHL 1956 The Greenfield Goliath came up huge during his entire career. The 7-footer averaged 18.4 points and 14.7 boards in 1956 as the Flyers soared to #2 in the nation, behind only San Francisco and the amazing Bill Russell. Uhl was picked to Look Magazine’s first team while joining the second teams of AP, UPI, Collier’s, INS and NEA.

BILL CHMIELEWSKI 1962 In his only season of college ball, Chmielewski led the Flyers to their first National Invitation Tournament title and was picked as the Most Valuable Player of the tournament. With averages of 15.4 points and 11.4 rebounds, he was named second-team All-America by Converse.

GARRY ROGGENBURK 1962 One of the truly great athletes in Flyer history, Roggenburk was a consistent scorer and a prolific rebounder as well as being the best baseball pitcher in school history. After UD gave Tom Blackburn his long awaited NIT Trophy in 1962, Roggenburk was honored with third-team All-America status by the Helms Foundation.

Don Meineke did more to establish Dayton as a nationalpower than any other player - scoring 1,866 career points and leading the Flyers to NIT success. In 1953, he became the NBA’s first Rookie of the Year

HENRY FINKEL 1966 Ten years after Uhl graduated, the Flyers had another 7-foot All-American. Henry Finkel had led the Flyers to the NCAA Tournament as both a junior and a senior, but both times UD lost to the nation’s top ranked team. As a junior, Cazzie Russell’s Michigan Wolverines downed the Flyers. As a senior, Finkel’s Flyers lost to #1 Kentucky, which would lose a historic game to Texas Western (now UTEP). With sophomore Don May sharing the workload in 1966, Finkel’s numbers (22.7 points, 12.1 rebounds) were actually career lows, but the Helms Foundation understood his impact.

DON MAY 1967, 1968 Don May led the Flyers to a rarity -- the championship games of both major college tournaments. The two-time USBWA All-American nearly singlehandedly landed UD in the NCAA title game by making 13 straight field goals in the national semifinal against North Carolina. UD lost to UCLA in the title game. The next year, the Flyers won the National Invitation Tournament as May averaged 23.4 points and 15.0 rebounds.

JIM PAXSON 1979 A late-season shoulder injury which cost him the better part of five games stopped Jim Paxson from being UD’s all-time leading scorer, but his senior year averages of 23.2 points, 5.7 assists and 52.6 field-goal percentage made the USBWA name him an All-American. Paxson, a marketing major, also made First-Team Academic All-America, as voted by CoSIDA.

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Mike Kanieski was a two-time first-team CoSIDA Academic All-American. The marketing major averaged 16.9 points in 1981 and 18.4 the following year.


INTERNATIONAL FLYERS JIM PAXSON, SR.

1955 PAN AMERICA GAMES IN MEXICO CITY Paxson played in all five games as the USA entry won the gold medal at the Pan Am Games, the championship of the Americas. While a standout player and a future NBAer himself, Paxson may be better remembered for being the father of two NBA greats -- former all-pro Jim (a UD grad himself) and multiple-world champion John.

JOHNNY DAVIS

1975 PAN AMERICA GAMES IN MEXICO CITY Davis was one of five players to average double figures in scoring as the USA entry won the Gold medal. A sure bet to become the first 2,000-point Flyer, Davis opted for the NBA after his junior season and left Don May’s record for Roosevelt Chapman. Quite a consolation, Davis claimed an NBA World Championship with the Portland Trail Blazers in what would have been his senior year.

MIKE SYLVESTER

1980 OLYMPIC GAMES IN MOSCOW Sylvester was the lone American to win a medal in the boycotted Games as he represented Italy, which won a silver medal. Sylvester, who had attended Moeller High School in Cincinnati, held dual citizenship in the United States and Italy. Playing professionally in Italy at the time, he actually supported the boycott. “As a U.S. citizen, my duty was to boycott. As an Italian citizen, my duty was to play. So what was the answer? I was for the boycott. I was with old Jimmy (Carter) morally, but if I didn’t play, they might never have allowed me to play here (Italy) again.”

DON DONOHER

1984 OLYMPIC GAMES IN LOS ANGELES In 1986, Donoher was the head coach of the gold medal-winning U.S. team at the R. Williams Jones Cup in Taiwan. That team was paced by Duke’s Danny Ferry and Cal’s Kevin Johnson. It wasn’t Mick’s first international experience. In 1984 he was an assistant coach to Bobby Knight as the United States won the gold medal at the Los Angeles Olympics. That team, led by Michael Jordan, Patrick Ewing and Chris Mullin, went 8-0 and won by an average margin of 32 points. The assistant coaches along with Donoher were George Raveling and C.M. Newton.

Mike Sylvester, who scored 36 points as UD nearly upset UCLA in the 1974 NCAA Tournament, is the only Flyer to win an Olympic Medal as a player...and he didn’t do it with Team U.S.A.

ED YOUNG

1986 JONES CUP IN TAIWAN Young won the gold playing for Coach Donoher at the Jones Cup in 1986. “I imagine when his playing days are over,” Donoher said in the 1986-87 UD media guide. “Ed will look back upon the Jones Cup as one of his best basketball-related experiences. He had a chance to represent his country, got a glimpse of life in the Far East, got to play with some fine young guys from other universities and he also won a gold medal.”

OLIVER PURNELL

1999 WORLD UNIVERSITY GAMES IN PALMA DE MALLORCA, SPAIN 2001 GOODWILL GAMES IN BRISBANE, AUSTRALIA 2004 OLYMPIC GAMES IN ATHENS, GREECE Purnell is the most experienced Flyer in international ball. Over the summer of 1999 he took USA Basketball to the World University Games and brought home the gold with the likes of Kenyon Martin and Michael Redd. He was an assistant on the 1996 gold medal-winning Men’s 22 and Under World Championship Qualifying Team in San Juan, Puerto Rico. In 1995 Purnell was an assistant on the gold-medal winning World University Games team in Fukuoka, Japan. In 2001, he was the assistant to Flip Saunders at the Goodwill Games in Brisbane, Australia, striking gold yet again. In the 2004 Olympics in Athens, Greece, he earned a bronze medal with USA Basketball as an assistant to Larry Brown.

Ed Young was a small center on the 1984 team that advanced to the NCAA West Regional Finals. Young met up with Patrick Ewing in the West Regional Final at Pauley Pavilion before joining Donoher on the gold-medal winning U.S. entry at the Jones Cup in Taiwan.

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ALL-TIME ROSTER Player Dave Abel --- Adams Desmond Adedeji Frank Aires Seburn Alexander Mike Allen Pat Allen Bill Almashy Chris Alvarez Joe Amersback Sam Anderson Joe Andras Ron Anello Matt Angarone Marty Armbruster Jim Arndts Bob Arnzen Jim Arnzen Joe Ashburn Mark Ashman Mitch Asmus Ray Atherton Jim Ayres Elmer Bache Stephen Bamigbola Willard Banks Vincent Barlow Richard Barr William Barth Will Bath John Bauer Charlie Baum Russell Becker Charlie Benbow Marques Bennett Josh Benson Don Bernard Al Bertke Maurice Beyina Frank Biesinger Jimmy Binnie Jim Birtle John Bitter Jim Blake Bill Blake Mike Blevins Bucky Bockhorn Dan Bockhorn Harold Bockhorn Terry Bockhorn Bob Bockrath Dick Bogenrife Louis Bok Urban Boll Don Bolton Ken Boxwell Tom Boykin Pete Boyle David Bradds William Brady Ken Branch Fred Brendel Mike Brannen Keith Braswell Clarence Braun Ray Broadstone Bob Brockman Whitey Brockman Jeffrey Brookins Tom Brooks Jack Brown Philip Brun Jack Bunger Ralph Burdg Henry Burlong Robert Busse Mike Byrd Joe Cabrinha Dick Campbell --- Carlin Bill Carolan Frank Case Bill Cassidy

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6-7 --- 6-9 --- --- 6-9 6-6 6-4 6-8 --- 6-7 --- 6-6 5-11 --- 6-5 5-11 6-0 5-11 6-10 6-5 6-9 --- --- 6-9 --- --- 6-2 --- 5-10 --- --- --- --- 6-4 6-9 6-7 6-1 6-7 --- 6-6 5-10 6-7 --- --- 6-4 6-4 6-2 6-3 6-3 6-2 6-2 6-4 --- 6-2 6-1 6-3 6-3 6-6 6-3 6-3 --- 6-0 5-0 --- --- --- --- 6-4 6-0 6-3 --- 6-1 --- 6-6 6-4 6-2 --- 6-2 --- --- 6-3 6-4

Orchard Park, Michigan --- Landover Hills, Maryland Rockville Center, New York --- New Lexington, Ohio New Lexington, Ohio Martins Ferry, Ohio Miami, Florida Cleveland, Ohio Hibbing, Minnesota --- Cleveland, Ohio Niles, Illinois Dayton, Ohio Dayton, Ohio Delphos, Ohio Delphos, Ohio Akron, Ohio Saint Marys, Ohio Okemos, Michigan Louisville, Kentucky --- --- Lagos, Nigeria --- Dayton, Ohio Nashville, Tennessee --- Xenia, Ohio --- --- Dayton, Ohio --- Indianapolis, Indiana Dayton, Ohio Dayton, Ohio Dayton, Ohio Bangui, C.entral African Republic Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Johnston, Iowa Yellow Springs, Ohio Cincinnati, Ohio Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Lebanon, Ohio Campbell Hill, Illinois Kettering, Ohio Campbell Hill, Illinois Campbell ill, Illinois Dayton, Ohio London, Ohio Cincinnati, Ohio --- Middletown, Ohio Xenia, Ohio Xenia, Ohio Floral Park, New York Jamestown, Ohio Bloomington,Illinois New Lebanon, Ohio --- Cincinnati, Ohio Cincinnati, Ohio Chicago, Illinois Dayton, Ohio --- --- Sandersville, Georgia Weehawken, New Jersey Dayton, Ohio --- Dayton, Ohio --- Dayton, Ohio Minster, Ohio South Lebanon, Ohio --- Columbus, Ohio --- New York, New York Flushing, New York Lexington, Kentucky

High School Detroit Central Catholic --DeMatha ----Saint Aloysius Saint Aloysius Martins Ferry Blair (N.J.) Academy --McGregor --Lutheran Main Township South Stivers Vandalia Saint John’s Saint John’s Garfield Memorial Okemos Riverside Military ----Saint Theresa’s Catholic ------------------Brebeuf Academy Dunbar Beavercreek Chaminade Bogonda --Johnston --North College Hill ----Springboro Trico Consolidated Alter Trico Consolidated Trico Consolidated --Midway Roger Bacon --Middletown --OSSO Chaminade Greeneview Central Catholic Dixie --Roger Bacon CAPE --------Washington County Saint Joseph’s --------Roosevelt Minster Kings --Aquinas ----Jamaica Saint Xavier

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Kevin Conrad was a scrappy floor leader for the Flyers in the early ‘80s. Given one more game in his career, and he would likely have been one of four Flyers with 1,000 points and 500 assists. He ended up 17 points shy of 1,000 and two assists short of 500.

Player

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Roosevelt Chapman 1980-1984 Westinghouse Bob Chester 1925-1926 Bill Chmielewski 1961-1962 Dan Christie 1983-1987 Joseph Clasgens 1906-1907 Don Claudepierre 1941-1943 Frank Clifford 1922-1923 Wes Coffee 1988-1992 Joe Coladarci 1971-1972 Dave Colbert 1984-1986 Rocky Coleman 1973-1975 Leo Comollo 1924-1925 --- Conlogue 1924-1926 --- Connare 1938-1939 Kevin Conrad 1979-1983 Matt Cooper 1996-2000 Stan Corbett 1928-1934 Anthony Corbitt 1986-1990 Nic Cordero 1997-1998 Thiago Cordeiro 2007-2008 Carl Costell 1926-1927 Jeremiah Costello 1908-1910 E.A. Couch 1958-1959 Fred Cramer 1930-1931 Bill Cramsey 1958-1961 James Cripe 2003-2006 J. Cronan 1905-1906 Tom Crosswhite 1968-1971 Bill Crotty 1985-1989 Howard Crush 1926-1928 Wendell Cultice 1942-1943 Joe Currin 1992-1994 Rory Dahlinghaus 1982-1986 Richard Dahn 1942-1943 Chris Daniels 1991-1996 Donald Davis 1947-1949 Johnny Davis 1973-1976 Lawrence Davis 1942-1943 Robert Davis 1948-1949 Carl Deckwitz 1917-1918 John Debesis 1924-1928 Chuck Dehler 1926-1928 John Devereux 1913-1915 Ray Dieringer 1954-1956 John Dill 1940-1941 Kevin Dillard 2010- Gordon Dodane 1953-1954 Cain Doliboa 1997-2000 Leo Donley 1938-1939 Brian Donoher 1987-1989 Don Donoher 1951-1954 Conan Doyle 1923-1926 Phil Dubensky 1958-1961 Ned Duffy 1947-1948

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Brooklyn, New York

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--- Detroit, Michigan Oak Harbor, Ohio Cincinnati, Ohio Hamilton, Ohio Corning, Ohio New Lebanon, Ohio Hawthorne, New Jersey Cleveland, Ohio Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania --- --- --- Glen Ellyn, Illinois Worthington, Ohio --- Dayton, Ohio Dayton, Ohio Pernambuco, Brazil Toledo, Ohio Anderson, Indiana Paintsville, Kentucky --- Allentown, Pennsylvania Loveland, Ohio Dayton, Ohio Columbus, Ohio Centerville, Ohio --- Xenia, Ohio Cincinnati, Ohio Maria Stein, Ohio Toledo, Ohio Columbus, Ohio Hamilton, Ohio Detroit, Michigan Xenia, Ohio Cincinnati, Ohio Dayton, Ohio Cleveland, Ohio --- Lexington, Kentucky Wapakoneta, Ohio --- Homewood, Illinois Fort Wayne, Indiana Springboro, Ohio St. Louis, Missouri Kettering, Ohio Toledo, Ohio Dayton, Ohio Lakewood, Ohio Dayton, Ohio

High School --Holy Redeemer Oak Harbor ------Dixie Hawthorne John Marshall Canevin ------Benet Academy Worthington --Patterson Colonel White Atual ----Carr Creek --Allentown Central Catholic Loveland --Dennison Saint Mary’s Alter ----Moeller Marion Local --DeSales Hamilton Catholic Murray Wright ------------St. Joseph’s --Homewood-Flossmoor Central Catholic Springboro --Alter Toledo Central Catholic --Lakewood Chaminade


ALL-TIME ROSTER Player

Anthony Grant played in two NCAA Tournaments and one NIT with the Flyers in the mid-1980s, but that wasn’t enough for him. He became a coach and in 2000 with Florida, as an assistant under Billy Donovan, found himself on the sidelines for the National Championship against Michigan State. Opposite Grant was an assistant coach for the Spartans by the name of Brian Gregory.

Player Derrick Dukes Herbert Dwyer Fred Eckert Frank Elardo Jeff Elder Allen Elijah Rex Emerick Steve Emerick Henry Faas Luke Fabrizius Francis Farley Vincent Farrel Con Fecher Nick Ferri Bob Fiely Jim Finke Henry Finkel Doug Finn Sean Finn --- Fisher Joe Fisher Ted Fitz Dan Fitzsimmons Harold Flaine Edward Flanagan --- Flynn Robert Flynn Dan Fox Richard Fox Claude Frederick Jerry Francis Bill Frericks Tom Frericks Don Fritz Paul Froendhoff Gerald Fulweiler Gordy Gahm Santos Garcia Rex Gardecki Andrew Gaydosh Fred George Roman Gerber Erv Giddings James Gift Gamal Gilchrist Bill Ginn Bob Glaser Pat Gleason Damon Goodwin Mike Gorney Jerry Gottschall Jim Gottschall Anthony Grant Scott Gray Nate Green

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Cincinnati, Ohio Dayton, Ohio San Pierre, Indiana Dayton, Ohio Dayton, Ohio Detroit, Michigan South Milford, Indiana Dayton, Ohio --- Arlington Heights, Illinois Dayton, Ohio East Orange, New Jersey Dayton, Ohio Detroit, Mich. Fort Recovery, Ohio Dayton, Ohio Union City, New Jersey --- Hays, Kansas --- Lima, Ohio Cincinnati, Ohio --- --- --- --- Lexington, Kentucky Wolcottville, Indiana Mason, Ohio Connersville, Indiana Columbus, Ohio Kettering, Ohio Minster, Ohio Covington, Kentucky --- Dayton, Ohio Louisville, Kentucky --- Miamisburg, Ohio Richmond, Indiana --- Chillicothe, Ohio Detroit, Michigan Dayton, Ohio Rochester, New York Dayton, Ohio Bellaire, Ohio --- Saint Marys, Ohio Chicago, Illinois Dayton, Ohio Dayton, Ohio Miami, Florida Wheelersburg, Ohio Laurel, Maryland

High School Woodward --North Judson --Colonel White Northwestern ------Hersey ------Detroit Central Catholic Fort Recovery Chaminade Holy Family --Hays --Lima Central Catholic Moeller --------Lafayette Lakeland Mason --Columbus West Alter Minster Covington Catholic ----Saint Xavier --Miamisburg Richmond ----Chadsey --Greece Olympia Stivers St. John Central --Memorial Holy Cross Chaminade Chaminade Miami Senior Wheelersburg Saint Vincent Pallotti

Reggie Green Stan Greenberg Norm Grevey Ernest Grieshop Hap Grieshop Chuck Grigsby J.D. Grigsby J. Edward Grimes Roy Gross Bernard Guilfoyle Darnell Hahn Herbert Haile Brooks Hall Eddie Hamant Carl Hanauer Chip Hare Michael Harmon James Harrington Chris Harris Doug Harris Ted Harris Harry Hart Herbert Hart Ignatius Hart Gordy Hatton Tom Hatton Shawn Haughn Paul Hawkins Tom Heckman Robert Heidkamp Marcellus Heile --- Helfrich Don Heller Luke Hendirck Jim Herbig Dan Herling Elmer Hess Steve Hess Bernard Hickey Gene Hickey William Hiehle Bill Hilgerink Pat Hill Ralph Hill Sam Hipa Larry Hisle Norman Hochwalt Norman Hoelzer George Hogan Matt Hogan Bernard Hoge Fred Holland Jerome Holland Yuanta Holland Greg Holloway Joh Holters Bobby Joe Hooper John Horan Rodney Horton Darnell Hoskins James Hough Sam Howard Dennis Hrcka Kurt Huelsman Don Hughes Francis Hughes Frank Iguodala Dave Inderrieden Chuck Izor Darrell Jackson George Jackson Bob Jacoby Billy James Ray Janaszek George Janky August Janszen William Janszen Chris Johnson Marcus Johnson Willie Johnson Fred Johnston

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6-7 6-3 6-3 --- --- 6-5 6-4 --- --- 5-11 6-3 --- 6-6 --- --- 6-10 6-10 --- 6-2 6-1 6-1 --- --- --- 6-1 6-0 6-3 6-3 6-1 --- --- --- 6-6 6-4 6-3 6-7 --- 6-7 --- 6-1 --- --- 6-3 6-6 --- 6-3 --- --- --- 6-1 5-10 6-2 6-7 6-8 6-2 --- 6-0 6-8 6-5 6-0 6-1 6-9 6-8 6-10 6-9 --- 6-5 5-11 6-2 6-6 6-7 6-1 6-0 6-0 6-8 --- --- 6-6 6-3 6-8 6-4

Grand Rapids, Michigan Ottawa Hills Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Central Hamilton, Ohio Hamilton --- ----- --Dayton, Ohio Stivers Dayton, Ohio Roth Chicago, Illinois --Detroit, Michigan --Bellaire, New York Chaminade Dayton, Ohio Belmont Chattanooga, Tennessee --Troy, Ohio Troy Dayton, Ohio Chaminade --- --Massillon, Ohio Perry Detroit, Michigan Murray-Wright Richmond, Indiana --Floral Park, New York Sewanhaka Kettering, Ohio Alter Kettering, Ohio Alter Cleveland, Ohio --Chicago, Illinois --Cleveland, Ohio --Waynesville, Ohio Waynesville Waynesville, Ohio Waynesville Canal Winchester, Ohio Canal Winchester Dayton, Ohio Dunbar Glandorf, Ohio Ottawa Glandorf Dayton, Ohio ----- ----- --Norwood, Ohio Purcell Saginaw, Michigan Nouvel Cathooic Central Dayton, Ohio --Philadelphia, Pennsylvania La Salle College Dayton, Ohio --Springfield, Ohio Greenon Toledo, Ohio --Toledo, Ohio Toledo Central Catholic --- --Fostoria, Ohio --Akron, Ohio Akron St. Vincent Westerville, Ohio Westerville North Honolulu, Hawai’i --Mequon, Wisconsin Homestead Dayton, Ohio --Sandusky, Ohio --Columbus, Ohio --Libertyville, Illinois Libertyville Bridgeport, Ohio --Dayton, Ohio Wilbur Wright Dayton, Ohio Roosevelt Dayton, Ohio Dayton Christian Cincinnati, Ohio Princeton Covington, Kentucky --Lees Creek, Ohio Simon Kenton Minneapolis, Minnesota Saint Thomas Acad. Chicago, Illinois Saint Joseph’s Dayton, Ohio Chaminade-Julienne Springboro, Ohio Springboro North Manchester, Indiana Manchester Owosso, Michigan Owosso St. Joseph’s St. Henry, Ohio St. Henry Centerville, Ohio Alter --- --Springfield, Illinois Southeast Port Jefferson, Ohio Holy Angels Eaton, Ohio Eaton New Lebanon, Ohio Jefferson Dayton, Ohio Roth Blanchester, Ohio Blanchester Dayton, Ohio --Sharpsburg, Pennsylvania --Chicago, Illinois Saint Rita’s Cincinnati, Ohio --Cincinnati, Ohio --Columbus, Ohio Brookhaven Cleveland, Ohio St. Vincent-St. Mary’s Chicago, Illinois Westinghouse Twinsburg, Ohio Chanel

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ALL-TIME ROSTER Player Bobby Jones Charles Jones Chip Jones Danny Jones Mark Jones Hank Josefczyk Gene Joseph Mike Kanieski Bob Kavanaugh Matt Kavanaugh Jack Keehan Bernard Keiter --- Kelly Richard Kelly Bill Kendall Charles Kendall Joe Kennelly Thomas Kenney C. Kenning --- Kerns David Kersting Jack Kill Tim Killeen Stan King Jon Kingston Gene Klaus Dan Klawonn Henry Klein Bob Klotz Harold Knapke Negele Knight William Knisley Larry Knorr Peck Koehly Greg Kohls Charles Kronauge Frank Kronauge Ed Kruer Fred Krumpe Al Krusling Henry Kuntz John Ladner Don Lane Ray Lange Cy Laughter Steve Lawrence Mike Lee Mike Leffel Lawrence Lehnis Lefty Leichtle Bob Lensch Francis Wong Leong Charles Little Rob Lowery Frank Mahoney George Mahoney Joseph Mahoney William Mahoney Al Mahrt John Mahrt Louis Mahrt Don Malloy Verne Malloy --- Manchester Ramod Marshall Matt Marzluft Eric Mathews Max Matusoff Don May Ken May Brian McCall Jack McCarthy Jim McCarthy Charles McCloskey Troy McCracken Michael McCray William McDonald Joseph McDonnell Vince McDonough Brad McEldowney John McGarry Gerald McKinney Sean McNally Trent Meacham

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1958-1959 1945-1948 1990-1992 1974-1975 2001-2005 1957-1960 1948-1952 1978-1982 1939-1942 2009- 1968-1971 1939-1941 1931-1932 1941-1942 1926-1927 1927-1928 1957-1960 1946-1947 1904-1906 1938-1939 1905-1906 1971-1972 1927-1930 2000-2001 2003-2004 1964-1967 1975-1976 1912-1914 1946-1947 1942-1943 1985-1990 1940-1946 1937-1938 1921-1922 2000-2004 1928-1933 1921-1922 1947-1948 1947-1948 1914-1917 1929-1930 1927-1930 1955-1958 1922-1924 1945-1946 1970-1973 1975-1979 1967-1970 1929-1932 1931-1935 1927-1930 1903-1904 2005-2009 2008-2010 1912-1915 1911-1913 1908-1910 1906-1908 1912-1913 1922-1923 1923-1926 1937-1938 1934-1936 1920-1921 2000-2004 1926-1927 1984-1988 1920-1921 1965-1968 1968-1971 1948-1949 1955-1958 1928-1934 1939-1942 1986-1990 1994-1996 1909-1910 1924-1926 1935-1936 2008-09 1924-1927 1911-1912 1978-1982 2004-2005

6-2 6-2 6-1 6-1 6-1 6-6 5-9 6-10 --- 6-9 6-7 --- --- --- --- --- 6-8 6-2 --- --- --- 6-1 --- 6-4 6-8 6-0 6-6 --- 5-9 --- 6-2 5-9 --- --- 6-2 --- --- 6-0 6-0 --- --- --- 6-0 --- 6-3 6-10 6-3 6-0 --- --- --- --- 6-6 6-2 --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- 6-2 --- 6-3 --- 6-4 6-5 6-2 6-6 --- --- 6-9 6-1 --- --- --- 6-1 --- --- 6-5 6-3

Maysville, Kentucky Cincinnati, Ohio Cincinnati, Ohio Detroit, Michigan Taftville, Connecticut Yorkville, Ohio Martins Ferry, Ohio Cleveland, Ohio Springfield, Ohio Centerville, Ohio Arlington Heights, Illinois Dayton, Ohio --- --- --- --- Toledo, Ohio Dayton, Ohio Rochester, New York --- Miamisburg, Ohio Delphos, Ohio --- Denver, Colorado Columbus, Ohio Delphos, Ohio Union, Ohio Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Dayton, Ohio Dayton, Ohio Detroit, Michigan Xenia, Ohio Dayton, Ohio Dayton, Ohio Dayton, Ohio Dayton, Ohio Dayton, Ohio Springboro, Ohio Staten Island, New York Cincinnati, Ohio --- --- Bronx, New York Piqua, Ohio Dayton, Ohio Newark, Ohio Dayton, Ohio Piqua, Ohio --- --- --- Honolulu, Hawai’i Cleveland, Tennessee Forestville, Maryland --- Chattanooga, Tennessee Chattanooga, Tennessee Chattanooga, Tennessee Dayton, Ohio Dayton, Ohio Dayton, Ohio Dayton, Ohio Dayton, Ohio --- Charlotte, North Carolina --- Detroit, Michigan Dayton, Ohio Dayton, Ohio Dayton, Ohio East Palestine, Ohio Cincinnati, Ohio --- Salem, Ohio Springfield, Ohio Indianapolis, Indinana Springfield, Ohio Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Cleveland, Ohio Greenville, Ohio Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Portsmouth, Ohio Cleveland, Ohio Champaign, Illinois

High School Maysville Withrow Woodward Kettering Norwich Free Academy Yorkville Martins Ferry Midpark --Centerville Serra Stivers --------Libbey --------Saint John’s --Denver East Grandview Heights Saint John’s Northmont ------DePorres --Stivers --Alter ----Springboro --------St. Ann’s --Oakwood Newark Fairmont West Piqua --------Cleveland McDonough --------------Chaminade Chaminade --Fork Union (Va.) --Cass Tech --Belmont Belmont East Palestine Purcell ----Greenon Warren Central ------Ansonia ----Saint Ignatius Centennial

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Player Don Meineke Eddie Meisner Andy Metzler Andy Meyer Bill Mihm Don Miller Robert Mislan --- Mitchell Richard Montague David Morris Frank Morris George Morrison Leighton Moulton Dan Mueller Pat Murnen Martin Murphy Tom Nartker Edward Neary Ralph Neary John Newsock Ralph Niehaus Donald Norris Junior Norris Logan Nourse Clarence Nugent Clete Oberst Harry O’Brien Dan Obrovac Francis O’Connor --- O’Hearn Devin Oliver Sherman O’Neill Jason Osborne Bernie Otten Dave Otto Jack Padley Jim Palmer Dennis Papp Josh Parker James Paxson Jim Paxson Robert Payne Larry Pedicord Jeff Penno Robert Perkins Mickey Perry Ryan Perryman Bill Petkewicz LaShawn Pettus-Brown R. Pflaum William Pflaum Paul Piening Marco Pikaar Steve Pittman Kenny Pitzer Jim Pleasant Norman Plummer Tim Pohlman Josh Postorino Leonard Poth Jim Powers Don Poynter Tony Pozelnik Clarence Quigley Lester Quinlan Edgar Reagan Columban Reed Mike Reichert Bob Reidel Charles Reiling Ed Reynolds Jim Rhoden Carmen Riazzi John Richter Mike Rix Tim Robbe Pete Robbeloth Brian Roberts Alex Robertson Noland Robinson --- Rodgers Garry Roggenburk John Rohm Terry Ross John Roth

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Dayton, Ohio Columbus, Ohio Kettering, Ohio Centerville, Ohio Amboy, Illinois Ironton, Ohio Xenia, Ohio --- Elyria, Ohio Hyattsville, Maryland Dayton, Ohio Lawrenceburg, Indiana River Rouge, Michigan Delphos, Ohio Toledo, Ohio --- Dayton, Ohio Kokomo, Indiana Dayton, Ohio --- Cincinnati, Ohio Dayton, Ohio Dayton, Ohio Spencerville, Ohio Toledo, Ohio Owensboro, Kentucky --- Canton, Ohio --- --- Kalamazoo, Michigan Dayton, Ohio Randallstown, Maryland Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Dayton, Ohio Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Keokee, Virginia Fairview Park, Ohio Harvey, Illinois Springfield, Ohio Dayton, Ohio Dayton, Ohio Dayton, Ohio Kettering, Ohio Norwood, Ohio Maywood, Illinois Oak Park, Michigan --- Cincinnati, Ohio Dayton, Ohio Lima, Ohio --- Leiden, Holland Beavercreek, Ohio Dayton, Ohio Dayton, Ohio Cincinnati, Ohio Delphos, Ohio Clearwater, Florida --- New York, New York Dayton, Ohio --- Dayton, Ohio Chicago, Illinois Dayton, Ohio --- Montezuma, Ohio Hamilton, Ohio --- Osborn, Ohio Lebanon, Ohio Erie, Pennsylvania Hamilton, Ohio Garden City, New York Lisle, Illinois --- Toledo, Ohio Chicago, Illinois Willard, Ohio --- Cleveland, Ohio Indianapolis, Indiana New Castle, Indiana Loveland, Ohio

High School Wilbur Wright Fairmont Alter Amboy ------Elyria Saint Vincent Pallotti --Lawrenceburg River Rouge Saint John’s Toledo Central Catholic --Chaminade ----------Fairmont Spencerville --Saint Joseph --Canton Central Catholic ----Kalamazoo Central --Towson Catholic --Wilbur Wright Upper Darby Keokee Fairview Thornton Springfield Cen. Cath. Alter Stivers Northridge Alter --Proviso East Oak Park --Taft ------Beavercreek Beavercreek --Roosevelt Hargrave (Va.) Military Saint John’s Clearwater --Manhattan College Fairview ----------Celina ------Lebanon Erie Technical Badin Garden City Benet Academy --St. John’s John Marshall Willard --Saint Ignatius Cathedral Chrysler ---


ALL-TIME ROSTER Player Hugh Sacksteder Norbert Sacksteder Dan Sadlier Jack Sallee John Samanich Andres Sandoval Robert Schaefer Larry Schellenberg Victor Schlitzer George Schloemer Norm Schmotzer Alex Schoen Harold Schoen William Schoen Carroll Scholle Don Schultz Al Schumacher Francis Schumacher Lawrence Schweers Mike Scovic Monty Scott Sean Scrutchins Devin Searcy Paul Shafer Ned Sharpenter Ted Sharpenter Makor Shayok Bill Sherry Jim Shields Dean Shroyer Gus Shroyer Al Sicard Al Sicking Joe Siggins Mark Sizemore Ted Sizemore Wilbur Sizer William Slick Antoine Smith Don Smith Donald Smith Marvin Smith Sammy Smith Steve Smith Dick Snelling Harry Solimano Wallace Southhall Brandon Spearman Chris Spears Ray Springer Nick Stafford Tony Stanley Juwan Staten Gene Stapenhorst Ralph Steffano Arnold Stein D.J. Stelly Jack Stevenson Lawrence Strattnerr Richard Strugarek Bob Sullivan David Sullivan George Sullivan Joe Sullivan Russ Summers John Supenski Joseph Sutton Robert Swartzel Mike Sylvester Wayne Taubken Vaughn Taylor Marlo Termini Jim Testerman Rick Thalls Joaquin Thomas Joe Thomas Robert Thomas Stephen Thomas Zach Thomas Bob Tobin Jack Toerner John Tomlinson Sedric Toney

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ALL-TIME HOMETOWNS Since Tom Blackburn took control of the Flyer program in 1947 there have been 321 players to take the court for the University of Dayton Flyers. Not surprisingly, the majority of the Flyers come from Ohio, with 196 of the 321. Here is a geographical breakdown of where those players came from (single player from city unless noted):

OHIO 196 Beavercreek, Bellaire, Blanchester, Canal Winchester, Canton, Centerville (3), Chagrin Falls, Cincinnati (18), Clayton, Cleveland (9), Cloverdale, Columbus (8), Dayton (49), Delphos (5), East Palestine, Eaton, Elyria, Fairview Park, Fort Recovery (2), Glandorf, Greenfield, Greenville, Hamilton (4), Jamestown, Kettering (8), Lakewood (2), Lebanon (2), Lees Creek, Lima, London, Loveland (2), Maple Heights, Maria Stein, Martins Ferry (2), Mason, Massillon, Miamisburg (2), Middletown, Minster (2), Montezuma, New Lebanon (5), New Lexington (2), Newark, Norwood, Oak Harbor, Ottoville, Parma, Piqua, Port Jefferson, Reynoldsburg, Saint Henry, Saint Marys (2), South Lebanon, Spencerville, Springboro (2), Springfield (5), Tiffin, Toledo (6), Trotwood, Troy, Twinsburg, Union, Union City, Upper Sandusky, Wapakoneta (2), Waynesville (2), West Alexandria, Westerville, Wheelersburg, Willard, Worthington (2), Xenia, Yorkville, Zanesville

COLORADO 2 Aurora, Denver

CONNECTICUT 1 Taftville

FLORIDA 4 Clearwater, Jacksonville, Miami (2)

GEORGIA 1 Sandersville

ILLINOIS 24 Amboy, Arlington Heights (2), Aurora, Bloomington, Campbell Hill (3), Carpentersville, Champaign, Chicago (7), Evanston, Glen Ellyn, Harvey, Lisle, Maywood, Springfield, Westmont

INDIANA 15 Delphi, Floyds Knobs, Fort Wayne, Indianapolis (4), Lawrenceburg, Muncie, New Castle, North Manchester, Richmond (2), San Pierre, Wolcottville

IOWA 1 Johnston

KANSAS 1 Hays

KENTUCKY 12 Covington (3), Lexington (2), Louisville (3), Maysville, Murray, Owensboro, Paintsville

MARYLAND 6

MICHIGAN 20 Detroit (11), Grand Rapids, Kalamazoo, Oak Park, Okemos, Orchard Park, Owosso, River Rouge, Romulus, Saginaw

MINNESOTA 3 Hibbing, Minneapolis (2)

NEW JERSEY 3 Hawthorne, Union City, Weehawken

NEW YORK 14 Bellaire, Bronx (3), Brooklyn, Cheektowaga, Floral Park (2), Flushing, Garden City, New York, Rochester, Staten Island, Waterbury

NORTH CAROLINA 1 Charlotte

PENNSYLVANIA 6 Allentown, Erie, Philadelphia (3), Pittsburgh

TENNESSE 1 Cleveland

VIRGINIA 2 Alexandria, Keokee

WEST VIRGINIA 1 Huntington

WISCONSIN 1 Mequon

FOREIGN PLAYERS 5 Brazil, Central Africa Republic, Holland, Nigeria, Sudan

Forestville, Gaithersburg, Hyattsville, Landover, Landover Hills, Laurel

MASSACHUSETTS 2 Milford, Springfield

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Jim Paxson, Jr. was the second Flyer to come to UD from Kettering’s Alter High School. The Knights who became Flyers: Dan Bockhorn (1978-79), Bill Crotty (1985-89), Brian Donoher (1987-89), Bill Frericks (1975-77), Doug Harris (1975-79), Ted Harris (1981-85), Don Hughes (1983-87), Greg Kohls (2000-2004) Andy Meyer (1992-96), Jim Paxson Jr. (1975-79), Jeff Penno (2004- 06), Joe Siggins (1974-78), Steve Smith (1984-88), Bill Uhl, Jr. (1986-90), Keith Waleskowski (1999-2004), Jack Zimmerman (197680).


DAYTON BASKETBALL HALL OF FAME THE 55 BASKETBALL PLAYERS IN UD’S HALL OF FAME:

Harry Baujan Tom Blackburn William Blake, 1926 Bucky Bockhorn, 1958 Frank Case, 1960 Roosevelt Chapman, 1990 Dave Colbert, 1986 Kevin Conrad, 1983 Stan Corbett, 1935 Anthony Corbitt, 1990 Johnny Davis, 1976 John Debesis, 1928 Don Donoher, 1954 Henry Finkel, 1966 Tom Frericks, 1953 Damon Goodwin, 1986 Chuck Grigsby, 1952 Gordy Hatton, 1964 Tom Hatton, 1962 Sam Hipa, 1928 Bobby Joe Hooper, 1981 John Horan, 1955 George Janky, 1971 Mike Kanieski, 1982 Bob Kavanaugh, 1942 Bernard Keiter, 1942 Gene Klaus, 1967 Negele Knight, 1990 William Knisley, 1947 Don Lane, 1958 Al Mahrt, 1912 Lou Mahrt, 1926 Don May, 1968 Ken May, 1971 Vince McDonough, 1936 Don Meineke, 1952 Ralph Niehaus, 1939 Junior Norris, 1952 Jim Palmer, 1957 Robert Payne, 1934 Jim Paxson, 1956 Jim Paxson, 1979 Ryan Perryman, 1998 Garry Roggenburk, 1962 Dan Sadlier, 1970 Jack Sallee, 1955 Alphonse Schumacher, 1914 Ted Sharpenter, 1928 Donald Smith, 1974 Richard Snelling, 1927 Harry Solimano, 1907 Mike Sylvester, 1974 Sedric Toney, 1984 Bill Uhl, 1956 Gene Westendorf, 1941 Jerome Westendorf, 1943

inducted 1968 inducted 1969 inducted 1964 inducted 1958 inducted 1986 inducted 1994 inducted 2004 inducted 2009 inducted 1962 inducted 2004 inducted 1993 inducted 1967 inducted 1992 inducted 1974 inducted 1976 inducted 2010 inducted 1972 inducted 1986 inducted 1982 inducted 1962 inducted 1989 inducted 1964 inducted 1993 inducted 1999 inducted 1977 inducted 1962 inducted 2004 inducted 1998 inducted 1962 inducted 1984 inducted 1962 inducted 1962 inducted 1974 inducted 1995 inducted 1976 inducted 1962 inducted 1973 inducted 1963 inducted 2004 inducted 1967 inducted 1976 inducted 1985 inducted 2004 inducted 1970 inducted 1987 inducted 1981 inducted 2004 inducted 1979 inducted 1980 inducted 1965 inducted 1962 inducted 1983 inducted 2006 inducted 1968 inducted 1969 inducted 1970

Ed Young , 1987 Jack Zimmerman, 1980

inducted 2003 inducted 2002

Thomas J. Frericks, who became a member of the UD Athletics Hall of Fame in 1976, left an indelible impression on the Flyer Athletics program. No mention of University of Dayton tournament appearances would be complete without acknowledging the contributions of Mr. Frericks, who served as UD’s director of athletics from 1964 to 1992. Not only should he be considered for the University’s involvement in tournaments, but for his contributions to the NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Championship. Mr. Frericks was an innovator who helped guide UD Athletics from a time when collegiate athletic departments were low-budget operations to the multi-million dollar budgets of the 1990s. Through all the changes, one thing remained constant, because of Frericks’ dedication, UD became known for integrity and credibility. Highlights of his tenure included UD’s second-place finish in the 1967 NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship, and the construction in 1969 of the $4.5 million University of Dayton Arena, which has now hosted 75 NCAA Tournament Games (62 men, three women). As a member of the Men’s Basketball Committee, Frericks was an integral part of developing the tournament to the great American sporting event, “March Madness,” it is today. He was on the five-member team from the Basketball Committee that negotiated the seven-year, $1 billion television contract with CBS Sports. Mr. Frericks was slated to be the Chair of the Basketball Committee starting in 1992, but he lost his battle with cancer on Jan. 31, 1992, before presiding over any championship. Fifteen days prior to his passing, the University had rededicated the University of Dayton Fieldhouse as the Thomas J. Frericks Athletic and Convocation Center. It serves as a constant reminder, fittingly, in a building where he attended classes, practiced and played as a young man and transformed UD athletic fortunes as athletic director.

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TEAM AWARDS WHITE-ALLEN MOST VALUABLE PLAYER TROPHY

The White-Allen Trophy is given each year to the team’s Most Valuable Player as selected by members of the team. It is sponsored by Tim White and White-Allen Auto Group, Inc. White-Allen also sponsors MVP trophies for UD football, women’s basketball and volleyball. 1952-53......................................................................................... John Horan 1953-54..................................................................................... Don Donoher 1954-55......................................................................................... John Horan 1955-56.......................................................................................... Jim Paxson 1956-57.................................................................................... Carmen Riazzi 1957-58................................................................................ Bucky Bockhorn 1958-59........................................................................................... Frank Case 1959-60............................................................................Garry Roggenburk 1960-61...............................................................Tom Hatton, Bill Cramsey 1961-62............................................................................Garry Roggenburk 1962-63.................................................................................. Gordon Hatton 1963-64.................................................................Henry Finkel, Chuck Izor 1964-65........................................................................................Henry Finkel 1965-66........................................................................................Henry Finkel 1966-67...............................................................................................Don May 1967-68...............................................................................................Don May 1968-69..........................................................................................Dan Sadlier 1969-70..................................................................................... George Janky 1970-71.................................................................................George Jackson 1971-72.....................................................................................Donald Smith 1972-73.....................................................................................Donald Smith 1973-74...................................................... Donald Smith, Mike Sylvester 1974-75......................................................................................Johnny Davis 1975-76......................................................................................Johnny Davis 1976-77.......................................................................................... Jim Paxson 1977-78.......................................................................................... Jim Paxson 1978-79.......................................................................................... Jim Paxson 1979-80.............................................................................. Jack Zimmerman 1980-81..................................................................................... Mike Kanieski 1981-82........................................................................ Roosevelt Chapman 1982-83........................................................................ Roosevelt Chapman 1983-84........................................................................ Roosevelt Chapman 1984-85...................................................................................... Dave Colbert 1985-86...................................................................................... Dave Colbert 1986-87........................................................ Dan Christie, Anthony Grant 1987-88................................................................................ Anthony Corbitt 1988-89................................................................................ Anthony Corbitt 1989-90....................................................................................Negele Knight 1990-91...........................................................................................Chip Jones 1991-92..................................................................................Alex Robertson 1992-93.....................................................................................Derrick Dukes 1993-94..................................................................................Alex Robertson 1994-95........................................................................................ Andy Meyer 1995-96.................................................................................. Ryan Perryman 1996-97.................................................................................. Ryan Perryman 1997-98.................................................................................. Ryan Perryman 1998-99.....................................................................................Mark Ashman 1999-00..........................................................Mark Ashman, Tony Stanley 2000-01....................................................................................... Tony Stanley 2001-02....................................................................................... David Morris 2002-03................................................................................ Ramod Marshall 2003-04............................................................................Keith Waleskowski 2004-05........................................................................................Monty Scott 2005-06......................................................................................Brian Roberts 2006-07......................................................................................Brian Roberts 2007-08......................................................................................Brian Roberts 2008-09..................................................... Marcus Johnson, Chris Wright 2009-10........................................................................................Chris Wright

ALEX SCHOEN MEMORIAL FREE-THROW TROPHY

The Alex Schoen Trophy is given annually to the player who finishes the year with the highest free throw percentage (minimum of 50 free throws attempted). The trophy is named for Alex Schoen, Sr., the captain of the first University of Dayton basketball team. Schoen captained the 1903-04 team for St. Mary’s College, which later became UD. The trophy is sponsored by the Schoen family. 1949-50......................................................................................Don Meineke 1950-51......................................................................................Don Meineke 1951-52......................................................................................Don Meineke 1952-53........................................................................................... Jack Sallee 1953-54......................................................................................... John Horan 1954-55......................................................................................... John Horan 1955-56.......................................................................................... Jim Paxson 1956-57................................................................................ Bucky Bockhorn 1957-58........................................................................................... Frank Case 1958-59........................................................................................... Frank Case 1959-60.................................................................................Stan Greenberg 1960-61.........................................................................................Tom Hatton 1961-62.........................................................................................Tom Hatton 1962-63..........................................................................................Hal Schoen 1963-64............................................................................................Chuck Izor 1964-65........................................................................................Bob Sullivan 1965-66............................................................................Bobby Joe Hooper 1966-67........................................................Bobby Joe Hooper, Don May 1967-68............................................................................Bobby Joe Hooper 1968-69..........................................................................................Dan Sadlier 1969-70.................................................................................Tom Crosswhite 1970-71.............................................................Al Bertke, Tom Crosswhite 1971-72.....................................................................................Donald Smith 1972-73.....................................................................................Donald Smith 1973-74.....................................................................................Donald Smith 1974-75......................................................................................Johnny Davis 1975-76.......................................................................................... Fred Eckert 1976-77.......................................................................................... Jim Paxson 1977-78.......................................................................................... Jim Paxson 1978-79.............................................................................. Jack Zimmerman 1979-80..................................................................................... Mike Kanieski 1980-81..................................................................................... Mike Kanieski 1981-82........................................................................ Roosevelt Chapman 1982-83........................................................................ Roosevelt Chapman 1983-84.............................................................................. Damon Goodwin 1984-85....................................................................................... Sedric Toney 1985-86.............................................................................. Damon Goodwin 1986-87..............................................................................Noland Robinson 1987-88.....................................................................................Steve Pittman 1988-89....................................................................................Negele Knight 1989-90....................................................................................Negele Knight 1990-91..................................................................................Alex Robertson 1991-92.............................................................................................Chip Hare 1992-93............................................................................................Larry Hisle 1993-94..................................................................................Alex Robertson 1994-95........................................................................................ Andy Meyer 1995-96........................................................................................ Andy Meyer 1996-97................................................................................. Darnell Hoskins 1997-98....................................................................................... Tony Stanley 1998-99...................................................................................... Edwin Young 1999-00.......................................................................................... Brooks Hall 2000-01............................................................................Keith Waleskowski 2001-02............................................................................Keith Waleskowski 2002-03............................................................................Keith Waleskowski 2003-04..........................................................................................Mark Jones 2004-05................................................................................. Trent Meacham 2005-06........................................................................................Monty Scott 2006-07......................................................................................Brian Roberts 2007-08......................................................................................Brian Roberts 2008-09.................................................................................... Chris Johnson 2009-10.................................................................................... Chris Johnson

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“SHORTY” SHARPENTER MEMORIAL REBOUNDING TROPHY

The Sharpenter Award is given annually to the top rebounder on the team. It is named after Hall of Famer Ted “Shorty” Sharpenter and is sponsored by his family. Sharpenter was a football and basketball standout at UD in the 1920s. His son Ned played for the Flyers in the late 1960s. 1978-79..................................................................................... Mike Kanieski 1979-80............................................................................Richard Montague 1980-81..................................................................................... Mike Kanieski 1981-82........................................................................ Roosevelt Chapman 1982-83........................................................................ Roosevelt Chapman 1983-84........................................................................ Roosevelt Chapman 1984-85...................................................................................... Dave Colbert 1985-86...................................................................................... Dave Colbert 1986-87...................................................................................Anthony Grant 1987-88................................................................................ Anthony Corbitt 1988-89................................................................................ Anthony Corbitt 1989-90................................................................................ Anthony Corbitt 1990-91.................................................................................... Makor Shayok 1991-92.............................................................................................Chip Hare 1992-93.............................................................................................Chip Hare 1993-94..................................................................................Alex Robertson 1994-95.................................................................................. Ryan Perryman 1995-96.................................................................................. Ryan Perryman 1996-97.................................................................................. Ryan Perryman 1997-98.................................................................................. Ryan Perryman 1998-99.....................................................................................Mark Ashman 1999-00.....................................................................................Mark Ashman 2000-01............................................................................Keith Waleskowski 2001-02............................................................................Keith Waleskowski 2002-03............................................................................Keith Waleskowski 2003-04............................................................................Keith Waleskowski 2004-05........................................................................................Monty Scott 2005-06.............................................................................Norman Plummer 2006-07..................................................................................... Charles LIittle 2007-08........................................................................................Chris Wright 2008-09........................................................................................Chris Wright 2009-10........................................................................................Chris Wright

Larry Schellenberg was twice the recipient of the John L. MacBeth Scholar-Athlete Award as well as an NCAA Postgraduate Scholar. With that kind of mind, he understood the value of protecting the ball: His 2.36 assists-to-turnover ratio remains a school record.


TEAM AWARDS BEST DEFENDER AWARD

The Best Defender Award is given to the strongest defensive player on the team, as determined by the coaching staff. 1994-95.............................................................. Jeffrey Brookins 1995-96.............................................................. Jeffrey Brookins 1996-97....................................................................Edwin Young 1997-98....................................................................Edwin Young 1998-99.....................................................................Tony Stanley 1999-00....................................................................Edwin Young 2000-01....................................................................... Nate Green 2001-02..............................................................Ramod Marshall 2002-03........................................................................... D.J. Stelly 2003-04........................................................... Marques Bennett 2004-05........................................................... Marques Bennett 2005-06.....................................................................Logan White 2006-07................................................................ Kurt Huelsman 2007-08...............................................................London Warren 2008-09...............................................................London Warren 2009-10............................... London Warren, Kurt Huelsman

CHRIS DANIELS MEMORIAL MOST IMPROVED PLAYER

The Most Improved Player Award was renamed following the 1995-96 season to honor the memory of Flyer center Chris Daniels, who passed away during his senior season. Chosen by the coaches, it goes to the player who develops the most over the course of the season. The award is sponsored by Skelton Sports. 1994-95............................................................... Shawn Haughn 1995-96....................................................................Chris Daniels 1996-97....................................................................Edwin Young 1997-98......................................................................Coby Turner 1998-99.................................................................... Cain Doliboa 1999-00.................................................................... David Morris 2000-01..............................................................Ramod Marshall 2001-02.......................................................................... Sean Finn 2002-03....................................................................... Mark Jones 2003-04......................... Marques Bennett, Warren Williams 2004-05...................................................................Brian Roberts 2005-06....................................................................Charles Little 2006-07...............................................................London Warren 2007-08............................................................ Andres Sandoval 2008-09...............................................................London Warren 2009-10..................................................................Chris Johnson

JOHN L. MACBETH MEMORIAL SCHOLAR-ATHLETE AWARD

The Macbeth Trophy goes each year to the team member who has the highest cumulative grade point average based on at least five semesters of academic work. It is presented in the memory of Dayton businessman John L. Macbeth, and is sponsored by Mrs. John L. Macbeth and the Macbeth family. 1958-59............................................................... Hank Josefczyk 1959-60.........................................................Stanley Greenberg 1960-61................................................................. Phil Dubensky 1961-62.........................................................Stanley Greenberg 1962-63....................................................................... Hal Schoen 1963-64.........................................................................Chuck Izor 1964-65..................................................................... Bob Sullivan 1965-66................................................................... Dennis Hrcka 1966-67.......................................................................Richard Fox 1967-68....................................................................Dan Obrovac 1968-69..................................................................Jim Gottschall 1969-70..................................................................Jim Gottschall 1970-71.......................................................................Pat Murnen 1971-72.......................................................................Pat Murnen 1972-73.......................................................... John Von Lehman 1973-74.......................................................... John Von Lehman 1974-75......................................................................Dan Herling 1975-76................................................................... Johnny Davis 1976-77........................................................................Bill Frericks 1977-78........................................................................Jim Paxson 1978-79........................................................................Jim Paxson 1979-80........................................................... Jack Zimmerman 1980-81...................................................................Mike Kanieski 1981-82...................................................................Mike Kanieski 1982-83.................................................................. Mike Reichert 1983-84........................................................ Larry Schellenberg 1984-85........................................................ Larry Schellenberg 1985-86..................................................................... Dan Christie 1986-87..................................................................... Dan Christie 1987-88..................................................................Eric Matthews 1988-89................................................................... Norm Grevey 1989-90................................................................... Norm Grevey 1990-91................................................................... David Bradds 1991-92.....................................................................John Richter 1992-93.....................................................................John Richter 1993-94.....................................................................John Richter 1994-95.......................................................................... Chip Hare 1995-96............................................................... Maurice Beyina 1996-97............................................................... Maurice Beyina 1997-98.................................................................Josh Postorino 1998-99...............................................................................Ted Fitz 1999-00...............................................................................Ted Fitz 2000-01............................................................... Gamal Gilchrist 2001-02......................................................... Keith Waleskowski 2002-03........................................................................ Greg Kohls 2003-04........................................................................ Greg Kohls 2004-05......................................................................James Cripe 2005-06.........................................................................Jeff Penno 2006-07...................................................................Brian Roberts 2007-08................................................................ Kurt Huelsman 2008-09................................................................ Kurt Huelsman 2009-10..............................................................................Dan Fox

The Chris Daniels Memorial Most Improved Player Award is named after the late Flyer who more than tripled his points per game from his junior season in his senior campaign. Daniels also doubled his rebounding average and was shooting 69 percent when he passed away. The Atlantic 10 also names their Most Improved Player Award in memory of Chris.

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TEAM AWARDS THOMAS M. LUPPE MEMORIAL AWARD

The Luppe Award is given annually to the University of Dayton first-year basketball player who demonstrates the courage, desire and moral integrity possessed by Tom Luppe, a young athlete who died while playing in a freshman game for the Flyers in 1963. 1963-64............................................................................ Jim Wannemacher 1964-65............................................................................ Bobby Joe Hooper 1965-66.......................................................................................... Dan Sadlier 1966-67....................................................Jim Gottschall, Jerry Gottschall 1967-68.........................................................................................Jack Keehan 1968-69..........................................................................................Pat Murnen 1969-70............................................................................................John Bitter 1970-71......................................................................................Donald Smith 1971-72..........................................................................................Doug Bayer 1972-73.............................................................................................Rick Thalls 1973-74.......................................................................................Johnny Davis 1974-75.....................................................................Terry Ross, Joe Siggins 1975-76........................................................................................... Jim Paxson 1976-77...............................................................................Jack Zimmerman 1977-78..........................................................................................Jim Rhoden 1978-89............................................................................... George Morrison 1979-80.......................................................................................Kevin Conrad 1980-81.........................................................................Roosevelt Chapman 1981-82............................................................................Larry Schellenberg 1982-83...............................................................................................Ed Young 1983-84.........................................................................................Dan Christie 1984-85.............................................................Steve Smith, Eric Mathews 1985-86.....................................................................................Negele Knight 1986-87.................................................................................Anthony Corbitt 1987-88...........................................................................................Ken Branch 1988-89........................................................................................... Wes Coffee 1989-90...................................................................................Alex Robertson 1990-91......................................................................................Derrick Dukes 1991-92 .............................................................................................Chip Hare 1992-93......................................................................................... Andy Meyer 1993-94...................................................................................Shawn Haughn 1994-95...................................................................................Ryan Perryman 1995-96....................................................................................Josh Postorino 1996-97......................................................................................Mark Ashman 1997-98........................................................................................Tony Stanley 1998-99........................................................................................David Morris 1999-00...........................................................................................Brooks Hall 2000-01.............................................................................Keith Waleskowski 2001-02...........................................................................................Mark Jones 2002-03................................................................................. Warren Williams 2003-04.........................................................................................Monty Scott 2004-05........................................................................................Chris Alvarez 2005-06....................................................................................... Charles Little 2006-07.................................................................................Marcus Johnson 2007-08.........................................................................................Chris Wright 2008-09..................................................................................... Chris Johnson

DR. GEORGE RAU SPIRIT AWARD

The Rau Award is given annually to a UD player who best displays true team spirit, both on and off the court. It is named for Dr. George Rau, better known around UD as “Pete” Rau, who was the UD team physician for more than 20 years prior to his death in 1972. It is sponsored by the Harry O’Rourke Insurance Agency. 1972-73...........................................................Steve Lawrence, Steve Hess 1973-74..............................................................................John Von Lehman 1974-75............................................................ Jim Testerman, Allen Elijah 1975-76............................................................................................. Terry Ross 1976-77............................................................................................. Terry Ross 1977-78............................................................................................. Terry Ross 1978-79......................................................................................... Doug Harris 1979-80.......................................................................................Tim Pohlman 1980-81............................................................................... George Morrison 1981-82..............................................................................................Ted Harris 1982-83................................................................ Mike Reichert, Ted Harris 1983-84............................................................................Larry Schellenberg 1984-85..............................................................................................Ted Harris 1985-86..............................................................................Rory Dahlinghaus 1986-87........................................................................................ Don Hughes 1987-88.......................................................................................Eric Mathews 1988-89........................................................................................Sam Howard 1989-90..................................................................................Troy McCracken 1990-91........................................................................................Sam Howard 1991-92........................................................................................ John Richter 1992-93........................................................................................ John Richter 1993-94........................................................................................ John Richter 1994-95........................................................................................Marco Pikaar 1995-96...................................................................................Maurice Beyina 1996-97...................................................................................Maurice Beyina 1997-98........................................................................................ Matt Cooper 1998-99........................................................................................ Matt Cooper 1999-00........................................................................................ Matt Cooper 2000-01...................................................................................Gamal Gilchrist 2001-02............................................................................................Greg Kohls 2002-03...........................................................................................Mark Jones 2003-04....................................................................................Frank Iguodala 2004-05...........................................................................................Mark Jones 2005-06..............................................................................Norman Plummer 2006-07.........................................................................................Monty Scott 2007-08.......................................................................................Jimmy Binnie 2008-09....................................................................................... Charles Little 2009-10.................................................................................Marcus Johnson

UHL FAMILY ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP

Is given annually to the UD player who best exemplifies the qualities of good sportsmanship and character, and follows the University’s principles of “Learn, Lead and Serve” on and off the court. The award is named for former Flyers Bill Uhl and Bill Uhl II, who have endowed a men’s basketball scholarship, to be given to a returning Flyer basketball player. 2003-04.............................................................................Keith Waleskowski 2004-05...........................................................................................Mark Jones 2005-06................................................................................. Warren Williams 2006-07.......................................................................................Jimmy Binnie 2007-08.......................................................................................Jimmy Binnie 2008-09.................................................Marcus Johnson, Kurt Huelsman 2009-10....................................................................................... Devin Searcy

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1996-1997 Luppe Award winner Mark Ashman (shown here dunking on David West of Xavier) was also was the White Allen MVP in 1998-99 and 1999-2000. He also is a two-time winner of the Shorty Sharpenter Memorial Rebounding Award.


UD’S ALL-CENTURY TEAM The University of Dayton celebrated its 100th anniversary season of men’s basketball in 2003-04, and the focal point of the season-long celebration was February 4 - the 100th anniversary date of UD’s first varsity game. On February 4, 1904, UD, then known as St. Mary’s Institute, defeated the Dayton Intermediates 14-2. One hundred years to the day, the Flyers hosted the Richmond Spiders and in conjunction with that game, the University unveiled its All-Century Team. The 20-man team spans more than 100 years of Dayton Basketball. ARLEN “BUCKY” BOCKHORN A 6-4 swingman from Campbell Hill, Illinois, Bockhorn played from 1955-58 on Flyer teams that were a combined 69-17, won the 1955 University of Kentucky Invitational Tournament and played in three NIT’s. As a senior, he was co-captain on a 25-4 team that reached the NIT finals. A versatile player, Bockhorn scored 941 points, grabbed 708 rebounds and always drew the toughest defensive assignment, regardless of whether that player was a forward or guard. Bockhorn, who averaged double figures all three seasons at UD, went on to a successful NBA career. ROOSEVELT CHAPMAN UD’s all-time leading scorer with 2,233 points, Chapman utilized amazing body control and incredible hang time to score most of his points inside, even though he was listed at 6-4. The Brooklyn native appears near the top of nearly every statistical category including most rebounds (8th, 956), assists (13th, 338) and blocked shots (2nd, 124). He capped his career by leading UD in a remarkable NCAA run, scoring a 1984 tournament-best 105 points in four games, including 41 vs. Wayman Tisdale and his seventh-ranked Oklahoma Sooners in the second round. BILL CHMIELEWSKI Chmielewski was named the Most Valuable Player of the 1962 National Invitational Tournament, as the Flyers gave head coach Tom Blackburn his first NIT title in six trips to the championship game. The 6-10 Detroit native averaged 15.4 points and 9.3 rebounds during UD’s 24-6 season in 1961-62. He was a Second Team All-America pick by Converse. Chmielewski left school after that season, and after pursuing a pro basketball career settled in the Dayton area. He still plays basketball in Master’s division events. ANTHONY CORBITT One of the most consistently productive scorers in UD history, Anthony Corbitt’s 1,760 points stand ninth on the UD All-Time Scoring List. Despite standing 6-6, Corbitt was deadly effective low-post scorer, shooting over 50% and averaging in double figures in all four of his seasons at Dayton. In addition to his eighth-place standing in career scoring for the Flyers, Corbitt is 11th in rebounding (814), and sixth in FG% (.534, 725-1358). Corbitt closed his career in the place every player wants to be – the NCAA tournament. In 1989-90, UD won the MCC championship and advanced to the NCAA second round where they lost to Arkansas by two JOHNNY DAVIS Davis had the greatest impact any Flyer freshman has ever had, joining a team whose nucleus had gone 13-13 the two seasons before, and helping propel the Flyers to a 20-9 record, a berth in the 1974 NCAA tournament, and eventually a toe-to-toe triple overtime loss to defending national champion UCLA. And linking Davis and “propulsion” is appropriate, as Davis was a unique combination of quickness and jumping ability. UD’s MVP as a sophomore and junior, Davis scored 1,562 career points. His 19.3 point scoring average is fifth at Dayton. He joined the NBA after his junior season and was a member of the Portland Trailblazers world championship team. He is now an assistant coach with the Memphis Grizzlies. HENRY FINKEL The third-leading scorer in UD history with 1,968 points, Finkel’s teams were 60-23 in his three seasons, and reached the NCAA Sweet Sixteen twice. He was named MVP or co-MVP in all three of his years for the Flyers. The 6-11 center from Union City, New Jersey still holds the UD records for most points scored in a season (733 in 1964-65) and highest scoring average in a season (25.3 in 1964-65) and career (23.7). His career field goal percentage of .619 (772-1248) is the third-best for the Flyers, and the best for any player with more than 500 field goals made. BOBBY JOE HOOPER A 6-0 guard from Lees Creek, Ohio, Hooper was a starter from his first varsity game, and was a leader on teams that reached the NCAA Sweet Sixteen his sophomore season, the NCAA championship game his junior season, and the 1968 NIT championship his senior year. Hooper scored 1,059 career points, which is currently 35th on UD’s all-time scoring list. One of the best shooters in Dayton basketball, Hooper established school records (since surpassed) in consecutive free throws (34) and career field goal percentage (.835, 223-267). He was named to the 1967 NCAA All-Mideast Regional Team, and the 1968 All-NIT team. JOHN HORAN A four-year starter and four-year double-figure scorer, Horan was a key player in the years UD cemented itself as a nationally-recognized team in the years between 1951 and 1955. The 6-8 center/forward from Rochester, Minnesota is Dayton’s career record holder in rebounding with 1,341. He also scored 1,757 points (10th at UD). Teams he played for were a combined 94-29. He played in the NCAA once and the NIT three times. NEGELE KNIGHT Of all the great players in Flyer basketball history, Negele Knight is known for his work at the end of games as much as anyone. Over his career, Knight won or tied the game on UD’s last possession an amazing 12 times. He began his career as a starting point guard in 1985-86, missed the next season due to injuries and then overcame more injuries to average double figures the next two seasons. As a senior, Knight averaged 22.8 points and 6.8 assists for the season, and 29.3 points and 7.9 assists during an 11-game, season-ending winning streak. All in all, Knight holds ten school records, has UD’s second-best mark in five more categories and the third-best mark in 12 others. The Detroit native is #1 in career assists (663) and eighth in career scoring (1,806 points). DON MAY A Dayton native who grew up just a morning newspaper’s throw from UD’s campus (he delivered newspapers as a youngster to UD’s dorms) May has the distinction of being a hometown hero who stayed in his hometown. One of the best high school players the Dayton area has ever produced, May stayed in his hometown to play for the Flyers. A two-time USBWA All-American, May practically put UD in the 1967 NCAA championship game when he made a record 13-straight field goals in UD’s semifinal win over North Carolina. Not just a deadeye shooter, the 6-4 May was also a fabulous rebounder. He averaged 23.4 points and 16.7 rebounds as a junior, and 22.7 and 15.0 as a senior. He is second in both Flyer career scoring (1,980) and rebounding (1,301).

DON “MONK” MEINEKE It’s no coincidence that the University of Dayton’s first 20-win season (in 1949-50), it’s first NIT appearance and the school’s only season with appearances in both the NIT and NCAA tournaments came with Meineke in the pivot. UD’s first 1,000 point scorer, and still the sixth-leading scorer in school history (1,866). The 6-7 Dayton native led the nation in FG% (.512, 240-469) as a junior, and was named Third-Team All-America by the Helms Foundation and Converse. As a senior, he was named Second Team All-America by the Helms Foundation, Look Magazine and the Associated Press. JIM PAXSON A three-time White-Allen MVP, Paxson’s senior numbers of 23.2 points, 5.7 assists and 4.2 rebounds earned him First Team All-America honors from the USBWA. And the Kettering native’s 3.40 GPA translated into his being named a CoSIDA Academic All-American as well. The former Vice-President and General Manager of the Cleveland Cavaliers, Paxson has been a finalist for the CoSIDA Academic All-America Hall of Fame class. A four-year starter, Paxson is fifth on UD’s all-time scoring list (1,945 points). Even though he was the focal point of UD’s scoring during his career, he is also fourth in career assists (515) and third in career steals (168). RYAN PERRYMAN Perryman led the nation in rebounding (12.5), and more importantly, he led the University of Dayton back into the post season as a senior in 1997-98. Perryman took the Flyers to the 1998 NIT, breaking an eight-year post-season drought on the Hilltop. That was the longest drought in the modern era (post-1950) of Dayton basketball. The 6-7 Oak Park, Michigan native is currently 17th in career scoring (1,524) at UD, fourth in rebounding (1,156) and fourth in FG% (.546, 534-978). He is the Atlantic 10 career rebounding average record holder (10.7). Only Jim Paxson Jr., Roosevelt Chapman, Brian Roberts and Perryman are three-time outright White-Allen MVP winners. GARRY ROGGENBURK A 6-6 forward from Cleveland, Roggenburk still holds UD’s single-game rebounding mark, with 32 against Miami in just his third college game. Fast-forward to the end of his college career, when he was the leading scorer (16.0) and second-leading rebounder (9.3) on UD’s first NIT championship team in 1962. He is one of six Flyers to score 1,000 points and grab 1,000 rebounds in his career. His 1,398 career points are currently 22nd all-time at UD and his 1,027 rebounds are sixth. JACK SALLEE A mainstay on UD’s nationally-ranked teams from 1951-55, Sallee’s 1,610 career points put him 14th in Flyer career scoring. When he graduated, he was second behind Monk Meineke. The 6-2 guard from Springfield, Ohio led UD in scoring (19.0) as a sophomore, but adjusted his game upon the arrival of seven-foot center Bill Uhl, and averaged 15.2 as a junior and 15.0 as a senior. He played in 122 games for the Flyers, a record that stood for 47 years. DONALD SMITH The greatest long-range shooter in UD history, Smith scored 1,655 points, mostly from three-point range, for UD. Only problem was, there was no three-point line when he played from 1971-74. But if you think this claim is hype, consider this: when he practiced free throws, he practiced them from the top of the circle (where today’s three point line is). It must have worked. Smith is the career FT% leader at Dayton (.886, 281-317). His .910 (111-122) mark as a junior led the nation. The 6-0 guard from Dayton also holds UD’s single-game scoring record of 52 points at Loyola during his junior season, but his coach, Don Donoher, rates that as his second-most impressive effort, citing a 44-point, 20-25 FG game at Xavier earlier that year. TONY STANLEY An athletic jump shooter from Philadelphia, Stanley ended his career with 1,835 points, the seventh-best total at Dayton. He also stands second in career three-pointers (291), and second in both career steals (174) and games played (125). Stanley averaged 13.1 points a game as a freshman, 15.0 as a sophomore, 14.7 points as a junior and 15.9 points as a senior. He is the youngest member of the All-Century Team. MIKE SYLVESTER Sylvester was the star of what would have been one of the biggest upsets in NCAA tournament history when he scored 36 points in UD’s triple-overtime loss in the 1974 NCAA tournament to defending champion UCLA. Sylvester scored 1,248 career points in his Dayton career, capped by a senior season that saw him average 17.1 points, 6.7 rebounds and shoot .502 (203-404) from the field and .833 (90-108) from the line. The Cincinnati native is also the only Flyer to earn a medal playing in the Olympics. He was part of Italy’s bronze-medal-winning team at the 1980 Games (Former UD coach Don Donoher was an assistant coach for the United States’ 1984 gold-medal-winning team). BILL UHL A First Team All-America selection by Look Magazine as a senior, Uhl dominated the paint from 1953-56, and lifted UD to its highest-ever national ranking. UD was ranked second in the nation for 11 weeks during the 1955-56 season, behind only the Bill Russell-led San Francisco Dons. Uhl, a seven-footer from Greenfield, Ohio, was one of the most consistently excellent players to ever wear the Red and Blue. He averaged 18.4, 18.6 and 18.4 points in his three seasons at UD. His teams were a combined 75-15, with one appearance in the NIT quarterfinals, and two trips to the NIT finals. ED YOUNG As the shooter of “The Shot”–the buzzer-beater against third-ranked DePaul on February 18, 1984–Ed Young’s place in UD basketball history will always be secure. But while one moment in time may have placed him in UD basketball history, his productive career has now put him on the UD All-Century Team. Young was part of UD’s 1984 team that advanced to the NCAA West Regional finals, but the Flyers didn’t take off that season until coach Don Donoher moved Young, a starter at forward, to center. Giving away inches and pounds to just about every opponent, Young averaged 13.4 points and 6.6 rebounds that season, as the Flyers finished 21-11. Injuries followed him the rest of his career (he missed the entire 1984-85 season), but he was effective enough to finish his career with 1,253 points. The Upper Sandusky, Ohio native is now 24th in career scoring for the Flyers.

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1,000-POINT CLUB 2,233 • ROOSEVELT CHAPMAN 1980-1984 Year Class 1980-1981 Frosh 1981-1982 Soph 1982-1983 Junior 1983-1984 Senior CAREER

1,980 • DON MAY 1965-1968 Year Class 1965-1966 Soph 1966-1967 Junior 1967-1968 Senior CAREER

6-FOOT-2 • DETROIT, MICH.

G Min FG Att Pct 3Pt Att Pct FT Att Pct Reb Avg Ast Blk Stl Pts Avg 30 801 75 198 .379 --- --- --- 63 94 .670 63 2.1 128 3 25 213 7.1 31 1169 176 373 .472 10 36 .278 97 136 .713 98 3.2 151 1 36 459 14.8 29 1024 145 306 .474 13 41 .317 100 136 .735 96 3.3 168 3 47 403 13.9 32 1072 234 465 .503 71 144 .493 192 240 .800 123 3.8 216 6 54 731 22.8 122 4066 630 1342 .469 94 221 .425 452 606 .746 380 3.1 663 13 162 1806 14.8

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6-FOOT-4 • PHILADELPHIA, PA.

G Min FG Att Pct 3Pt Att Pct FT Att Pct Reb Avg Ast Blk Stl Pts Avg 33 911 154 391 .353 66 187 .353 57 67 .851 117 3.5 45 8 29 431 13.1 27 871 141 344 .323 52 161 .323 71 93 .763 130 5.6 24 8 50 405 15.0 31 980 160 386 .415 71 193 .368 66 90 .733 172 5.5 62 10 52 457 14.7 34 1109 177 462 .383 102 272 .375 86 117 .735 173 5.1 65 12 43 542 15.9 125 3871 632 1583 .399 291 813 .358 280 367 .763 612 4.9 196 38 174 1835 14.7

1,806 • NEGELE KNIGHT 1985-1990 Year Class 1985-1986 Frosh 1987-1988 Soph 1988-1989 Junior 1989-1990 Senior CAREER

6-FOOT-7 • DAYTON, OHIO

G Min FG Att Pct 3Pt Att Pct FT Att Pct Reb Avg Ast Blk Stl Pts Avg 31 --- 194 424 .458 --- --- --- 122 167 .731 --- --- --- --- --- 510 16.5 32 --- 240 469 .512 --- --- --- 180 235 .766 362 11.3 101 --- --- 660 20.6 33 --- 251 568 .442 --- --- --- 194 246 .789 --- --- --- --- --- 696 21.1 96 --- 685 1461 .469 --- --- --- 496 648 .765 --- --- --- --- --- 1866 19.4

1,835 • TONY STANLEY 1997-2001 Year Class 1997-1998 Frosh 1998-1999 Soph 1999-2000 Junior 2000-2001 Senior CAREER

6-FOOT-5 • KETTERING, OHIO

G Min FG Att Pct 3Pt Att Pct FT Att Pct Reb Avg Ast Blk Stl Pts Avg 27 1061 149 308 .484 --- --- --- 55 73 .753 127 4.7 99 9 32 353 13.1 27 1012 219 401 .546 --- --- --- 69 87 .793 157 5.8 114 7 36 507 18.8 29 1066 208 399 .521 --- --- --- 89 115 .774 96 3.3 160 8 47 505 17.4 25 929 236 449 .526 --- --- --- 108 134 .806 104 4.2 142 3 53 580 23.2 108 4068 812 1557 .522 --- --- --- 321 409 .785 484 4.5 515 27 168 1945 18.0

1,866 • DON MEINEKE 1949-1952 Year Class 1949-1950 Soph 1950-1951 Junior 1951-1952 Senior CAREER

6-FOOT-2 • TOLEDO, OHIO

G Min FG Att Pct 3Pt Att Pct FT Att Pct Reb Avg Ast Blk Stl Pts Avg 29 586 90 200 .450 43 100 .430 44 56 .786 77 2.7 42 0 14 267 9.2 31 1034 175 419 .418 68 166 .410 77 97 .794 108 3.5 107 2 15 495 16.0 31 1103 179 386 .464 82 179 .458 133 148 .899 89 2.9 83 7 21 573 18.5 34 1179 208 437 .476 100 220 .455 111 129 .860 96 2.8 117 4 12 627 18.4 125 3902 652 1442 .452 293 665 .441 365 430 .848 370 3.0 349 13 62 1962 15.7

1,945 • JIM PAXSON 1975-1979 Year Class 1975-1976 Frosh 1976-1977 Soph 1977-1978 Junior 1978-1979 Senior CAREER

6-FOOT-11 • UNION CITY, N.J.

G Min FG Att Pct 3Pt Att Pct FT Att Pct Reb Avg Ast Blk Stl Pts Avg 25 --- 231 401 .576 --- --- --- 114 175 .651 325 13.0 --- --- --- 576 23.0 29 --- 293 450 .651 --- --- --- 147 209 .703 431 14.9 --- --- --- 733 25.3 29 --- 248 397 .625 --- --- --- 163 196 .832 350 12.1 --- --- --- 659 22.7 83 --- 772 1248 .619 --- --- --- 424 580 .731 1106 13.3 --- --- --- 1968 23.7

1,962 • BRIAN ROBERTS 2004-2008 Year Class 2004-05 Frosh 2005-06 Soph 2006-07 Junior 2007-08 Senior CAREER

6-FOOT-4 • DAYTON, OHIO

G Min FG Att Pct 3Pt Att Pct FT Att Pct Reb Avg Ast Blk Stl Pts Avg 29 --- 238 505 .471 --- --- --- 114 166 .687 331 11.4 --- --- --- 590 20.3 31 --- 258 543 .475 --- --- --- 173 213 .812 519 16.7 --- --- --- 689 22.2 30 --- 239 509 .470 --- --- --- 223 284 .785 451 15.0 --- --- --- 701 23.4 90 --- 735 1557 .472 --- --- --- 510 663 .769 1301 14.5 --- --- --- 1980 22.0

1,968 • HANK FINKEL 1963-1966 Year Class 1963-1964 Soph 1964-1965 Junior 1965-1966 Senior CAREER

6-FOOT-4 • BROOKLYN, N.Y.

G Min FG Att Pct 3Pt Att Pct FT Att Pct Reb Avg Ast Blk Stl Pts Avg 29 878 135 284 .475 --- --- --- 100 131 .763 169 5.8 92 15 26 370 12.8 30 1091 195 377 .517 --- --- --- 153 202 .757 239 8.0 114 28 43 543 18.1 27 1015 231 410 .563 --- --- --- 159 194 .820 258 9.6 54 40 44 621 23.0 32 1205 268 517 .518 --- --- --- 163 215 .758 290 9.1 78 41 46 699 21.8 118 4189 829 1588 .522 --- --- --- 575 742 .775 956 8.1 338 124 159 2233 18.9


1,000-POINT CLUB 1,760 • ANTHONY CORBITT 1986-1990 Year Class 1986-1987 Frosh 1987-1988 Soph 1988-1989 Junior 1989-1990 Senior CAREER

1,757 • JOHN HORAN 1951-1955 Year Class 1951-1952 Frosh 1952-1953 Soph 1953-1954 Junior 1954-1955 Senior CAREER

6-FOOT-6 • DAYTON, OHIO

G Min FG Att Pct 3Pt Att Pct FT Att Pct Reb Avg Ast Blk Stl Pts Avg 28 740 127 243 .523 0 0 --- 42 80 .525 134 4.8 28 12 18 296 10.6 31 1070 206 370 .557 0 0 --- 80 117 .684 213 6.9 63 18 14 492 15.9 29 959 179 326 .549 4 17 .235 90 136 .662 202 7.0 58 29 20 452 15.6 32 995 213 419 .508 2 4 .500 92 147 .626 265 8.3 47 23 37 520 16.3 120 3764 725 1358 .534 6 21 .286 304 480 .633 814 6.8 196 82 89 1760 14.7

6-FOOT-8 • MINNEAPOLIS, MINN.

G Min FG Att Pct 3Pt Att Pct FT Att Pct Reb Avg Ast Blk Stl Pts Avg 31 --- 136 316 .430 --- --- --- 40 70 .571 221 7.1 --- --- --- 312 10.1 29 --- 158 385 .410 --- --- --- 136 187 .727 316 10.9 --- --- --- 452 15.6 32 --- 176 439 .401 --- --- --- 127 182 .698 433 13.5 --- --- --- 479 15.0 28 --- 170 420 .405 --- --- --- 174 217 .802 371 13.3 --- --- --- 514 18.4 120 --- 640 1560 .410 --- --- --- 477 656 .727 1341 11.2 --- --- --- 1757 14.6

1,655 • DONALD SMITH 1971-1974

6-FOOT-0 • DAYTON, OHIO

1,642 • MIKE KANIESKI 1978-1982

6-FOOT-10 • CLEVELAND, OHIO

Year Class 1971-1972 Soph 1972-1973 Junior 1973-1974 Senior CAREER

Year Class 1978-1979 Frosh 1979-1980 Soph 1980-1981 Junior 1981-1982 Senior CAREER

G Min FG Att Pct 3Pt Att Pct FT Att Pct Reb Avg Ast Blk Stl Pts Avg 26 --- 213 482 .442 --- --- --- 99 115 .861 104 4.0 --- --- --- 525 20.2 26 --- 249 552 .451 --- --- --- 111 122 .910 79 3.0 --- --- --- 609 23.4 29 --- 225 480 .469 --- --- --- 71 80 .888 85 2.9 86 --- --- 521 18.0 81 --- 687 1514 .454 --- --- --- 281 317 .886 268 3.3 --- --- --- 1655 20.4

G Min FG Att Pct 3Pt Att Pct FT Att Pct Reb Avg Ast Blk Stl Pts Avg 29 968 141 299 .472 --- --- --- 56 71 .789 252 8.7 61 25 18 338 11.7 27 684 98 210 .467 --- --- --- 64 76 .842 140 5.2 26 9 6 260 9.6 29 1034 203 348 .583 --- --- --- 85 111 .766 231 8.0 35 13 11 491 16.9 30 1113 239 432 .553 --- --- --- 75 105 .714 210 7.0 47 17 5 553 18.4 115 3799 681 1289 .528 --- --- --- 280 363 .771 833 7.2 169 64 40 1642 14.3

1,627 • BILL UHL 1953-1956 Year Class 1953-1954 Soph 1954-1955 Junior 1955-1956 Senior CAREER

7-FOOT-0 • GREENFIELD, OHIO

G Min FG Att Pct 3Pt Att Pct FT Att Pct Reb Avg Ast Blk Stl Pts Avg 32 --- 215 535 .402 --- --- --- 160 261 .613 491 15.3 --- --- --- 590 18.4 29 --- 203 442 .459 --- --- --- 133 212 .627 400 13.8 --- --- --- 539 18.6 27 --- 189 397 .476 --- --- --- 120 177 .678 398 14.7 --- --- --- 498 18.4 88 --- 607 1374 .442 --- --- --- 413 650 .635 1289 14.6 --- --- --- 1627 18.5

1,610 • JACK SALLEE 1951-1955

6-FOOT-2 • SPRINGFIELD, OHIO

1,562 • JOHNNY DAVIS 1973-76

6-FOOT-1 • DETROIT, MICH.

Year Class G Min FG Att Pct 3Pt Att Pct FT Att Pct Reb Avg Ast Blk Stl Pts Avg 1951-1952 Frosh 32 --- 58 146 .397 --- --- --- 22 36 .611 83 2.6 --- --- --- 138 4.3 1952-1953 Soph 29 --- 199 496 .401 --- --- --- 152 206 .738 221 7.6 --- --- --- 550 19.0 1953-1954 Junior 32 --- 172 436 .394 --- --- --- 142 232 .612 178 5.6 --- --- --- 486 15.2 1954-1955 Senior 29 --- 176 429 .410 --- --- --- 84 131 .641 216 7.4 --- --- --- 436 15.0 CAREER 122 --- 605 1507 .401 --- --- --- 400 605 .661 698 5.7 --- --- --- 1610 13.2

Year Class 1973-1974 Frosh 1974-1975 Soph 1975-1976 Junior CAREER

G Min FG Att Pct 3Pt Att Pct FT Att Pct Reb Avg Ast Blk Stl Pts Avg 29 --- 173 407 .425 --- --- --- 69 105 .657 106 3.7 118 --- --- 415 14.3 26 1002 228 477 .478 --- --- --- 125 158 .791 93 3.6 102 13 32 581 22.3 26 1007 206 453 .455 --- --- --- 154 193 .798 85 3.3 103 6 40 566 21.8 81 --- 607 1337 .454 --- --- --- 348 456 .763 284 3.5 323 --- --- 1562 19.3

1,538 • RAMOD MARSHALL 2000-2004 Year Class 2000-2001 Frosh 2001-2002 Soph 2002-2003 Junior 2003-2004 Senior CAREER

6-FOOT-2 • CHARLOTTE, N.C.

G Min FG Att Pct 3Pt Att Pct FT Att Pct Reb Avg Ast Blk Stl Pts Avg 34 819 102 238 .429 50 120 .429 38 46 .826 68 2.0 92 7 19 292 8.6 31 972 147 344 .427 71 191 .372 47 70 .671 104 3.4 96 3 19 412 13.3 30 1029 131 310 .423 53 140 .379 52 79 .658 65 2.1 144 1 22 367 12.2 32 1132 148 419 .353 67 218 .307 104 140 .743 88 2.8 165 2 24 467 14.6 127 3952 528 1311 .403 241 669 .360 241 335 .743 325 2.6 497 13 84 1538 12.1

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1,000-POINT CLUB 1,524 • RYAN PERRYMAN 1994-1998 Year Class 1994-1995 Frosh 1995-1996 Soph 1996-1997 Junior 1997-1998 Senior CAREER

6-FOOT-7 • OAK PARK, MICH.

G Min FG Att Pct 3Pt Att Pct FT Att Pct Reb Avg Ast Blk Stl Pts Avg 27 623 91 194 .469 0 0 --- 72 122 .590 207 7.7 21 6 30 254 9.4 29 854 139 247 .563 0 0 --- 110 180 .611 271 9.3 22 12 16 388 13.4 27 810 126 218 .578 1 3 .333 126 179 .704 266 9.9 31 8 20 379 14.0 33 1090 178 319 .558 0 2 .000 147 225 .653 412 12.5 47 3 25 503 15.2 116 3377 534 978 .546 1 5 .200 455 706 .644 1156 10.0 121 29 91 1524 13.1

1,515 • KEITH WALESKOWSKI 2000-2004

6-FOOT-8 • DAYTON, OHIO

1,482 • JACK ZIMMERMAN 1976-1980

6-FOOT-2 • DAYTON, OHIO

Year Class 2000-2001 Frosh 2001-2002 Soph 2002-2003 Junior 2003-2004 Senior CAREER

Year Class 1976-1977 Frosh 1977-1978 Soph 1978-1979 Junior 1979-1980 Senior CAREER

G Min FG Att Pct 3Pt Att Pct FT Att Pct Reb Avg Ast Blk Stl Pts Avg 34 920 128 323 .552 0 4 .000 129 153 .843 261 7.7 38 21 28 385 11.3 32 915 116 214 .542 4 13 .308 75 96 .781 257 8.0 44 15 21 311 9.7 30 924 123 231 .532 14 42 .333 120 154 .779 247 8.2 30 15 18 380 12.7 33 1048 152 317 .479 13 55 .236 122 168 .726 327 9.9 62 19 28 439 13.3 129 3807 519 1085 .473 31 114 .272 446 571 .781 1092 8.5 174 70 95 1515 11.7

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Min FG Att Pct 3Pt Att Pct FT Att Pct Reb Avg Ast Blk Stl Pts Avg 922 130 264 .492 --- --- --- 25 37 .676 80 3.1 120 4 36 285 11.0 978 150 301 .498 --- --- --- 31 43 .721 94 3.2 136 7 24 331 11.4 1011 176 371 .474 --- --- --- 49 57 .860 99 3.4 163 3 44 401 13.8 1013 194 401 .484 --- --- --- 77 92 .837 83 3.1 133 3 30 465 17.2 3924 650 1337 .486 --- --- --- 182 229 .795 356 3.2 552 17 134 1482 13.4

1,449 • MARK ASHMAN 1996-2000

6-FOOT-10 • ST. MARYS, OHIO

Year Class G Min FG Att Pct 3Pt Att Pct FT Att Pct Reb Avg Ast Blk Stl Pts Avg 1996-1997 Frosh 27 719 95 219 .434 0 0 --- 43 68 .632 138 5.1 9 33 12 233 8.6 1997-1998 Soph 33 927 150 333 .450 0 1 .000 85 129 .659 186 5.6 22 24 26 385 11.7 1998-1999 Junior 28 832 149 322 .463 1 8 .125 126 159 .792 161 5.8 16 25 9 425 15.2 1999-2000 Senior 31 911 155 334 .464 1 4 .250 95 133 .714 199 5.5 15 14 21 406 13.1 CAREER 119 3389 549 1208 .454 2 13 .153 349 489 .714 684 5.7 62 96 68 1449 12.2

1,404 • BROOKS HALL 1999-2003 Year Class 1999-2000 Frosh 2000-2001 Soph 2001-2002 Junior 2002-2003 Senior CAREER

1,398 • GARRY ROGGENBURK 1959-1962 Year Class 1959-1960 Soph 1960-1961 Junior 1961-1962 Senior CAREER

6-FOOT-3 • CLEVELAND, OHIO

G Min FG Att Pct 3Pt Att Pct FT Att Pct Reb Avg Ast Blk Stl Pts Avg 30 747 74 176 .420 14 45 .311 35 59 .593 111 3.7 37 10 23 197 6.6 34 1004 111 232 .478 22 57 .386 98 129 .760 174 5.1 31 14 23 342 10.1 35 992 151 335 .451 45 125 .360 66 104 .635 110 3.1 54 16 30 413 11.8 36 896 124 283 .438 25 95 .263 61 97 .629 119 3.3 69 7 31 334 9.3 135 3639 460 1026 .448 106 322 .329 260 389 .668 514 3.8 191 47 107 1286 9.5

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6-FOOT-10 • MASSILLON, OHIO

G Min FG Att Pct 3Pt Att Pct FT Att Pct Reb Avg Ast Blk Stl Pts Avg 30 753 123 241 .510 24 65 .369 62 80 .775 199 6.6 21 13 11 332 11.1 30 1024 194 457 .425 46 143 .322 101 137 .737 190 6.3 52 10 14 535 17.8 26 571 100 242 .413 24 76 .316 52 74 .703 135 5.2 23 7 6 276 10.6 26 471 69 174 .397 10 37 .270 32 50 .640 92 3.5 18 7 7 180 6.9 112 2819 486 1114 .436 104 321 .324 247 341 .724 616 5.5 114 37 38 1323 11.8

1,286 •MARCUS JOHNSON 2006-2010 Year Class 2006-2007 Frosh 2007-2008 Soph 2008-2009 Junior 2009-2010 Senior CAREER

6-FOOT-6 • CLEVELAND, OHIO

G Min FG Att Pct 3Pt Att Pct FT Att Pct Reb Avg Ast Blk Stl Pts Avg 28 --- 190 432 .440 --- --- --- 72 123 .585 385 13.8 --- --- --- 452 16.1 29 --- 198 476 .416 --- --- --- 70 134 .522 362 12.5 --- --- --- 466 16.1 30 --- 211 460 .459 --- --- --- 58 91 .637 280 9.3 --- --- --- 480 16.0 87 --- 599 1368 .438 --- --- --- 200 348 .575 1027 11.8 --- --- --- 1398 16.1

1,323 • CHIP HARE 1991-1995 Year Class 1991-1992 Frosh 1992-1993 Soph 1993-1994 Junior 1994-1995 Senior CAREER

6-FOOT-6 • TROY, OHIO

G Min FG Att Pct 3Pt Att Pct FT Att Pct Reb Avg Ast Blk Stl Pts Avg 31 877 102 237 .430 67 170 .394 51 61 .836 179 5.8 52 9 31 322 10.4 30 924 88 239 .368 63 167 .377 37 49 .755 139 4.6 74 6 33 276 9.2 32 954 143 328 .436 78 201 .388 57 79 .722 161 5.0 80 11 30 421 13.2 30 975 123 280 .439 77 193 .399 62 81 .765 207 6.9 69 8 28 385 12.8 123 3730 456 1084 .421 285 731 .390 207 270 .767 686 5.6 275 34 122 1404 11.0


1,000-POINT CLUB 1,253 • ED YOUNG 1982-1987

6-FOOT-7 • UPPER SANDUSKY, OHIO

Year Class G Min FG Att Pct 3Pt Att Pct FT Att Pct Reb Avg Ast Blk Stl Pts Avg 1982-1983 Frosh 26 783 101 201 .502 --- --- --- 48 61 .787 133 5.1 19 22 13 250 9.6 1983-1984 Soph 32 1133 167 340 .491 --- --- --- 96 129 .744 211 6.6 51 21 21 430 13.4 1985-1986 Junior 30 1088 170 291 .584 --- --- --- 86 122 .705 217 7.2 47 21 25 426 14.2 1986-1987 Senior 19 380 52 109 .477 1 4 .250 42 59 .712 78 4.1 12 14 7 147 7.7 CAREER 107 3384 490 941 .521 1 4 .250 272 371 .733 639 6.0 129 78 66 1253 11.7

1,248 • MIKE SYLVESTER 1971-1974 Year Class 1971-1972 Soph 1972-1973 Junior 1973-1974 Senior CAREER

1,227 • ERV GIDDINGS 1974-1978 Year Class 1974-1975 Frosh 1975-1976 Soph 1976-1977 Junior 1977-1978 Senior CAREER

6-FOOT-5 • CINCINNATI, OHIO

G Min FG Att Pct 3Pt Att Pct FT Att Pct Reb Avg Ast Blk Stl Pts Avg 26 --- 127 305 .416 --- --- --- 67 100 .670 169 6.5 --- --- --- 321 12.3 26 --- 190 366 .519 --- --- --- 51 71 .718 80 3.1 --- --- --- 431 16.6 29 --- 203 404 .502 --- --- --- 90 108 .833 193 6.7 44 --- --- 496 17.1 81 --- 520 1075 .484 --- --- --- 208 279 .746 442 5.5 --- --- --- 1248 15.4

6-FOOT-7 • DETROIT, MICH.

G Min FG Att Pct 3Pt Att Pct FT Att Pct Reb Avg Ast Blk Stl Pts Avg 19 227 32 78 .410 --- --- --- 14 27 .519 61 3.2 7 5 10 78 4.1 27 932 146 289 .505 --- --- --- 38 73 .521 295 10.9 71 37 13 330 12.2 27 907 160 315 .508 --- --- --- 85 130 .654 294 10.9 106 29 28 405 15.0 29 917 158 315 .502 --- --- --- 98 160 .613 285 9.8 84 45 18 414 14.3 102 2983 496 997 .497 --- --- --- 235 390 .603 935 9.2 268 116 69 1227 12.0

1,212 • ALEX ROBERTSON 1989-1994

6-FOOT-4 • CHICAGO, ILL.

Year Class G Min FG Att Pct 3Pt Att Pct FT Att Pct Reb Avg Ast Blk Stl Pts Avg 1989-1990 Frosh 28 327 40 83 .482 8 31 .258 51 64 .797 39 1.4 28 1 34 139 5.0 1990-1991 Soph 29 726 118 275 .429 46 141 .326 65 92 .707 122 4.2 58 2 72 347 12.0 1991-1992 Junior 30 914 126 270 .467 51 141 .362 46 72 .639 114 3.8 93 3 84 349 11.6 1992-1993 Senior (RS) 3 65 12 26 .462 6 15 .400 3 10 .300 10 3.3 5 0 8 33 11.0 1993-1994 Senior 27 845 113 252 .448 47 138 .341 71 99 .717 158 5.9 76 5 78 344 12.7 CAREER 117 2877 409 906 .451 158 466 .339 236 337 .700 443 3.8 260 11 276 1212 10.4

1,207 • KEN MAY 1968-1971 Year Class 1968-1969 Soph 1969-1970 Junior 1970-1971 Senior CAREER

6-FOOT-5 • DAYTON, OHIO

G Min FG Att Pct 3Pt Att Pct FT Att Pct Reb Avg Ast Blk Stl Pts Avg 26 --- 93 225 .413 --- --- --- 50 70 .714 180 6.9 --- --- --- 236 9.1 27 --- 188 414 .454 --- --- --- 84 121 .694 193 7.1 --- --- --- 460 17.0 27 --- 201 455 .442 --- --- --- 109 147 .741 197 7.3 --- --- --- 511 18.9 80 --- 482 1094 .441 --- --- --- 243 338 .719 570 7.1 --- --- --- 1207 15.1

1,191 • DAMON GOODWIN 1982-1986

6-FOOT-6 • ST. MARYS, OHIO

1,175 • FRANK CASE 1957-1960

6-FOOT-3 • FLUSHING, N.Y.

Year Class G Min FG Att Pct 3Pt Att Pct FT Att Pct Reb Avg Ast Blk Stl Pts Avg 1982-1983 Frosh 28 241 20 43 .465 --- --- --- 30 37 .811 29 1.0 15 1 2 70 2.5 1983-1984 Soph 32 971 127 228 .557 --- --- --- 69 77 .896 148 4.6 47 1 20 323 10.1 1984-1985 Junior 29 1017 153 278 .550 --- --- --- 63 83 .759 162 5.6 73 2 16 369 12.7 1985-1986 Senior 30 1071 167 319 .524 --- --- --- 95 102 .931 118 3.9 116 5 25 429 14.3 CAREER 119 3300 467 868 .538 --- --- --- 257 299 .860 457 3.8 251 9 63 1191 10.0

Year Class 1957-1958 Soph 1958-1959 Junior 1959-1960 Senior CAREER

G Min FG Att Pct 3Pt Att Pct FT Att Pct Reb Avg Ast Blk Stl Pts Avg 29 --- 155 359 .432 --- --- --- 57 83 .687 219 7.6 --- --- --- 367 12.7 26 --- 171 440 .389 --- --- --- 93 134 .694 101 3.9 --- --- --- 435 16.7 28 --- 150 367 .409 --- --- --- 73 114 .640 154 5.5 --- --- --- 373 13.3 83 --- 476 1166 .408 --- --- --- 223 331 .674 474 5.7 --- --- --- 1175 14.2

1,127 • CHRIS WRIGHT 2007- Year Class 2007-2008 Frosh 2008-2009 Soph 2009-2010 Junior CAREER

6-FOOT-8 • TROTWOOD, OHIO

G Min FG Att Pct 3Pt Att Pct FT Att Pct Reb Avg Ast Blk Stl Pts Avg 15 309 59 98 .602 1 5 .200 37 46 .804 85 5.7 5 14 5 156 10.4 35 915 166 347 .478 11 44 .250 121 179 .676 232 6.6 33 44 30 464 13.3 37 1058 187 373 .501 8 38 .211 125 185 .676 269 7.3 44 53 37 507 13.7 87 2282 412 818 .504 20 87 .230 283 410 .690 586 6.7 82 111 72 1127 13.0

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1,000-POINT CLUB 1,105 • CHUCK GRIGSBY 1949-1952

6-FOOT-5 • DAYTON, OHIO

1,097 • GORDY HATTON 1961-1964

6-FOOT-1 • WAYNESVILLE, OHIO

Year Class 1949-1950 Soph 1950-1951 Junior 1951-1952 Senior CAREER

Year Class 1961-1962 Soph 1962-1963 Junior 1963-1964 Senior CAREER

G Min FG Att Pct 3Pt Att Pct FT Att Pct Reb Avg Ast Blk Stl Pts Avg 31 --- 130 320 .406 --- --- --- 70 120 .583 --- --- --- --- --- 330 10.6 32 --- 102 294 .347 --- --- --- 83 150 .553 204 6.4 34 --- --- 287 9.0 33 --- 173 422 .410 --- --- --- 142 225 .631 --- --- --- --- --- 488 14.8 96 --- 405 1036 .391 --- --- --- 295 495 .596 --- --- --- --- --- 1105 11.5

G Min FG Att Pct 3Pt Att Pct FT Att Pct Reb Avg Ast Blk Stl Pts Avg 29 --- 146 346 .422 --- --- --- 113 182 .621 159 5.5 --- --- --- 405 14.0 26 --- 146 376 .388 --- --- --- 117 174 .672 175 6.7 --- --- --- 409 15.7 25 --- 103 271 .380 --- --- --- 77 114 .675 150 6.0 --- --- --- 283 11.3 80 --- 395 993 .398 --- --- --- 307 470 .653 484 6.1 --- --- --- 1097 13.7

1,093 • RICHARD MONTAGUE 1977-1981

6-FOOT-9 • ELYRIA, OHIO

Year Class G Min FG Att Pct 3Pt Att Pct FT Att Pct Reb Avg Ast Blk Stl Pts Avg 1977-1978 Frosh 28 377 51 118 .432 --- --- --- 20 28 .714 92 3.3 13 8 12 122 4.4 1978-1979 Soph 29 816 131 271 .483 --- --- --- 51 76 .671 190 6.6 19 10 26 313 10.8 1979-1980 Junior 26 762 129 281 .459 --- --- --- 68 91 .747 193 7.4 38 16 23 326 12.5 1980-1981 Senior 29 899 139 304 .457 --- --- --- 54 81 .667 221 7.6 27 32 16 332 11.4 CAREER 112 2854 450 974 .462 --- --- --- 193 276 .699 696 6.2 97 66 77 1093 9.8

1,061 • DERRICK DUKES 1990-1994

6-FOOT-0 • CINCINNATI, OHIO

Year Class G Min FG Att Pct 3Pt Att Pct FT Att Pct Reb Avg Ast Blk Stl Pts Avg 1990-1991 Frosh 29 668 65 183 .355 19 60 .317 64 100 .640 82 2.8 126 1 48 213 7.3 1991-1992 Soph 30 870 88 212 .415 22 72 .306 60 84 .714 79 2.6 120 4 43 258 8.6 1992-1993 Junior 30 1090 139 338 .411 39 114 .342 66 93 .710 117 3.9 122 5 42 383 12.8 1993-1994 Senior 27 867 73 204 .358 22 75 .293 39 59 .661 97 3.6 129 1 33 207 7.7 CAREER 116 3495 365 937 .390 102 321 .318 229 336 .682 375 3.2 497 11 166 1061 9.1

1,059 • BOBBY JOE HOOPER 1965-1968 Year 1965-66 1966-67 1967-68

Class Soph Junior Senior CAREER

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6-FOOT-0 • LEES CREEK, OHIO

G Min FG Att Pct 3Pt Att Pct FT Att Pct Reb Avg Ast Blk Stl Pts Avg 27 --- 96 230 .417 --- --- --- 64 76 .842 116 4.3 --- --- --- 256 9.5 31 --- 140 286 .490 --- --- --- 82 102 .804 122 3.9 --- --- --- 362 11.7 29 --- 182 372 .489 --- --- --- 77 89 .865 123 4.2 --- --- --- 441 15.2 87 --- 418 888 .471 --- --- --- 223 267 .835 361 4.1 --- --- --- 1059 12.2


1,054 • MONTY SCOTT 2003-2007

6-FOOT-6 • REYNOLDSBURG, OHIO

Year Class G Min FG Att Pct 3Pt Att Pct FT Att Pct Reb Avg Ast Blk Stl Pts Avg 2003-04 Frosh 32 645 73 179 .408 24 74 .324 33 40 .825 116 3.6 29 11 10 203 6.3 2004-05 Soph 29 724 118 272 .434 52 137 .380 34 46 .739 134 4.6 21 9 10 322 11.1 2005-06 Junior 25 622 103 235 .438 39 103 .379 35 44 .795 108 4.3 29 14 6 280 11.2 2006-07 Senior 25 702 92 190 .484 44 113 .389 21 30 .700 109 4.4 32 21 4 249 10.0 CAREER 111 2693 386 876 .441 159 427 .372 123 160 .769 467 4.2 111 55 30 1054 9.5

1,049 • DAVE COLBERT 1984-1986

6-FOOT-8 • CLEVELAND, OHIO

1,025 • COBY TURNER 1995-1999

6-FOOT-7 • ALEXANDRIA, VA.

Year Class 1984-1985 Junior 1985-1986 Senior CAREER

G Min FG Att Pct 3Pt Att Pct FT Att Pct Reb Avg Ast Blk Stl Pts Avg 29 1069 189 360 .525 --- --- --- 106 146 .726 224 7.7 38 33 29 484 16.7 30 1155 215 399 .539 --- --- --- 135 172 .785 246 8.2 59 29 24 565 18.8 59 2224 404 759 .532 --- --- --- 241 318 .758 470 8.0 97 62 53 1049 17.8

Year Class G Min FG Att Pct 3Pt Att Pct FT Att Pct Reb Avg Ast Blk Stl Pts Avg 1995-1996 Frosh 26 411 44 142 .310 22 80 .275 27 38 .711 68 2.6 27 2 2 137 5.3 1996-1997 Soph 27 590 68 185 .368 19 72 .264 23 29 .793 96 3.6 33 2 5 178 6.6 1997-1998 Junior 33 1063 151 337 .448 61 118 .517 75 94 .798 160 4.8 63 6 21 438 13.3 1998-1999 Senior 28 827 93 272 .342 51 136 .375 35 45 .778 156 5.6 44 2 12 272 9.7 CAREER 114 2891 356 936 .380 153 406 .377 160 206 .777 480 4.2 167 12 40 1025 9.0

1,009 • JUNIOR NORRIS 1949-1952

6-FOOT-1 • DAYTON, OHIO

1,003 • SEAN FINN 2000-2004

7-FOOT-0 • HAYS, KANSAS

Year Class 1949-1950 Soph 1950-1951 Junior 1951-1952 Senior CAREER

G Min FG Att Pct 3Pt Att Pct FT Att Pct Reb Avg Ast Blk Stl Pts Avg 31 --- 121 346 .350 --- --- --- 56 93 .602 --- --- --- --- --- 298 9.6 32 --- 134 447 .300 --- --- --- 106 151 .702 158 4.9 --- --- --- 374 11.7 32 --- 130 389 .334 --- --- --- 77 107 .712 --- --- --- --- --- 337 10.5 95 --- 385 1182 .326 --- --- --- 239 351 .681 --- --- --- --- --- 1009 10.6

Year Class G Min FG Att Pct 3Pt Att Pct FT Att Pct Reb Avg Ast Blk Stl Pts Avg 2000-2001 Frosh 28 131 12 29 .414 0 0 --- 8 15 .533 47 1.7 1 10 2 32 1.1 2001-2002 Soph 32 565 99 166 .596 0 0 --- 39 81 .481 173 5.4 14 46 6 237 7.4 2002-2003 Junior 30 644 128 181 .707 0 0 --- 45 70 .643 159 5.3 8 44 7 301 10.0 2003-2004 Senior 33 967 175 264 .663 0 0 --- 83 165 .503 245 7.4 21 39 9 433 13.1 CAREER 123 2307 414 640 .647 0 0 --- 175 331 .529 624 5.1 44 139 24 1,003 8.1

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INDIVIDUAL SCORING MARKS Most Points Scored, Career 1 Roosevelt Chapman 2 Don May 3 Henry Finkel 4 Brian Roberts 5 Jim Paxson 6 Don Meineke 7 Tony Stanley 8 Negele Knight 9 Anthony Corbitt 10 John Horan 11 Donald Smith 12 Mike Kanieski 13 Bill Uhl 14 Jack Sallee 15 Johnny Davis 16 Ramod Marshall 17 Ryan Perryman 18 Keith Waleskowski 19 Jack Zimmerman 20 Mark Ashman 21 Brooks Hall 22 Garry Roggenburk 23 Chip Hare 24 Marcus Johnson 25 Ed Young 26 Mike Sylvester 27 Erv Giddings 28 Alex Robertson 29 Ken May 30 Damon Goodwin 31 Frank Case 32 Chris Wright 33 Chuck Grigsby 34 Gordy Hatton 35 Richard Montague 36 Derrick Dukes 37 Bobby Joe Hooper 38 Monty Scott 39 Dave Colbert 40 Coby Turner 41 Junior Norris 42 Sean Finn 43 Charles Little 44 Andy Meyer 45 Kevin Conrad 46 James Paxson 47 Noland Robinson 48 Bucky Bockhorn 49 Tom Hatton Yuanta Holland 51 Dan Sadlier 52 George Janky 53 Anthony Grant 54 Mark Jones 55 Norm Grevey 56 Bob Sullivan 57 Nate Green 58 David Morris 59 Allen Elijah 60 Norman Plummer 61 Tom Crosswhite 62 Ray Springer 63 Edwin Young 64 Razor Campbell 65 Don Lane 66 Steve Pittman 67 Bill Westerkamp 68 Jim Gottschall 69 Sedric Toney 70 George Jackson 71 Shawn Haughn 72 Dan Christie 73 Gene Klaus 74 Chip Jones 75 Dan Obrovac 76 Darnell Hahn 77 Glinder Torain 78 Jack McCarthy 79 Chris Johnson 80 Jim Palmer

Seasons 1980-84 1965-68 1963-66 2004-08 1975-79 1949-52 1997-01 1985-90 1986-90 1951-55 1971-74 1978-82 1953-56 1951-55 1973-76 2000-04 1994-98 2000-04 1976-80 1996-99 1999-03 1959-62 1991-95 2006-10 1982-87 1971-74 1974-78 1989-94 1968-71 1982-86 1957-60 2007- 1949-52 1961-64 1977-81 1990-94 1965-68 2003-07 1984-86 1995-99 1949-52 2000-04 2005-09 1992-96 1979-83 1951-56 1986-90 1955-58 1959-62 1998-02 1966-69 1967-70 1983-87 2001-05 1986-91 1962-65 1998-03 1998-02 1972-75 2004-07 1968-71 1987-90 1997-00 1948-51 1955-58 1985-89 1960-63 1967-70 1983-85 1969-71 1993-97 1983-87 1964-67 1990-91 1966-69 1993-96 1965-68 1955-58 2008- 1954-57

G 118 90 83 125 108 96 125 122 120 120 81 115 88 122 81 127 116 129 111 88 123 87 112 135 107 81 102 117 80 119 83 87 96 80 112 116 87 111 59 114 95 123 127 111 106 88 118 85 85 125 86 82 105 124 113 73 133 125 80 88 77 91 118 92 77 90 78 84 59 54 105 117 82 32 81 82 80 83 70 76

Pts 2233 1980 1968 1962 1945 1866 1835 1806 1760 1757 1655 1642 1627 1610 1562 1538 1524 1515 1482 1449 1404 1398 1323 1286 1253 1248 1227 1212 1207 1191 1175 1127 1105 1097 1093 1061 1059 1054 1049 1025 1009 1003 996 988 983 956 942 941 926 926 915 910 902 894 875 833 818 812 806 804 798 788 782 768 754 732 730 725 722 714 709 690 671 663 657 653 644 643 641 631

Avg 18.9 22.0 23.7 15.7 18.0 19.4 14.7 14.8 14.7 14.6 20.4 14.3 18.5 13.2 19.3 12.1 13.1 11.7 13.4 11.9 11.4 16.1 11.8 9.5 11.7 15.4 12.0 10.4 15.1 10.0 14.2 13.0 11.5 13.7 9.8 9.1 12.2 9.5 17.8 9.0 10.6 8.2 7.8 8.9 9.3 10.9 8.0 11.1 10.9 7.4 10.7 11.1 8.6 7.2 7.7 11.4 6.2 6.5 10.1 9.1 10.4 8.7 6.6 8.4 9.8 8.1 9.4 8.6 12.2 13.2 6.8 5.9 8.2 20.7 8.0 8.0 8.1 7.7 9.2 8.3

When Donald Smith walked off the court at Chicago Stadium after scoring 52 points, the public address announcer said, “Ladies and gentlemen, you have just witnessed the greatest effort in the history of Chicago Stadium.” But Don Donoher contends that it wasn’t Smith’s best, citing his 44-point 20-of-25 game at Xavier a month earlier.

Most Points Scored, Season 1 Henry Finkel 2 Negele Knight 3 Don May 4 Roosevelt Chapman 5 Don Meineke 6 Don May 7 Don Meineke 8 Henry Finkel 9 Brian Roberts 10 Roosevelt Chapman 11 Donald Smith 12 Don May Bill Uhl 14 Johnny Davis 15 Jim Paxson 16 Henry Finkel 17 Brian Roberts 18 Johnny Davis 19 Dave Colbert 20 Mike Kanieski 21 Jack Sallee 22 Chip Jones 23 Roosevelt Chapman 24 Tony Stanley 25 Bill Uhl 26 Chip Hare 27 Donald Smith 28 Donald Smith 29 Anthony Corbitt 30 John Horan 31 Ken May 32 Don Meineke 33 Jim Paxson Chris Wright

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Yr Season G Jr 1964-65 29 Sr 1989-90 32 Sr 1967-68 30 Sr 1983-84 32 Sr 1951-52 33 Jr 1966-67 31 Jr 1950-51 32 Sr 1965-66 29 Sr 2007-08 34 Jr 1982-83 27 Jr 1972-73 26 So 1965-66 29 So 1953-54 32 So 1974-75 26 Sr 1978-79 25 So 1963-64 25 Jr 2006-07 31 Jr 1975-76 26 Sr 1985-86 30 Sr 1981-82 30 So 1952-53 29 Jr 1990-91 27 So 1981-82 30 Sr 2000-01 24 Jr 1954-55 29 So 1992-93 30 So 1971-72 26 Sr 1973-74 29 Sr 1989-90 32 Sr 1954-55 28 Sr 1970-71 27 So 1949-50 31 So 1976-77 27 Jr 2009-10 37

Pts Avg 733 25.3 731 22.8 701 23.4 699 21.8 696 21.1 689 22.2 660 20.6 659 22.7 627 18.4 621 23.0 609 23.4 590 20.3 590 18.4 581 22.3 580 23.2 576 23.0 573 14.3 566 21.8 565 18.8 553 18.4 550 19.0 545 20.2 543 18.1 542 15.9 539 18.6 535 17.8 525 20.2 521 18.0 520 16.3 514 18.4 511 18.9 510 16.5 507 18.8 507 13.7

Most Points Scored, By A Freshman 1 Tony Stanley 2 Johnny Davis 3 Keith Waleskowski 4 Roosevelt Chapman 5 Jim Paxson 6 Mike Kanieski 7 Chip Hare 8 Brooks Hall 9 John Horan 10 Anthony Corbitt 11 Jack Zimmerman 12 Paul Hawkins

Season 1997-98 1973-74 2000-01 1980-81 1975-76 1978-79 1991-92 1999-00 1951-52 1986-87 1976-77 1980-81

Most Points Scored, Game 1 Donald Smith 2 Don Meineke 3 Don May 4 Donald Smith Henry Finkel 6 Negele Knight 7 R. Chapman Tom Crosswhite 9 Chuck Grigsby 10 Don Meineke 11 Johnny Davis 12 Frank Case Don Meineke Don Meineke 15 Mike Sylvester Henry Finkel Henry Finkel Henry Finkel

G 33 29 34 29 27 29 30 31 31 28 26 28

Opponent Loyola/Ill. Muskingum Xavier Xavier Maryland Detroit Oklahoma NCAA Loyola/La. Southern Miss Ohio U. Notre Dame Texas Southern Arizona St NIT Youngstown UCLA NCAA Kentucky NCAA Loyola/Ill. Chattanooga

Pts Avg 431 13.1 415 14.3 385 11.3 370 12.8 353 13.1 338 11.7 332 11.1 322 10.4 312 10.1 296 10.6 285 11.0 267 9.5

Date Pts Feb 3, 1973 52 Jan 13, 1951 49 Jan 3, 1966 45 Jan 6, 1973 44 Dec 30, 1965 44 Feb 24, 1990 42 Mar 17, 1984 41 Jan 9, 1971 41 Jan 1, 1952 40 Jan 9, 1952 39 Feb 25, 1976 38 Dec 17, 1958 37 Mar 13, 1951 37 Feb 5, 1951 37 Mar 14, 1974 36 Mar 11, 1966 36 Feb 20, 1965 36 Jan 20, 1965 36


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INDIVIDUAL SCORING MARKS AVERAGE POINTS PER GAME, FRESHMAN 1 Johnny Davis 2 Jim Paxson Tony Stanley 4 Roosevelt Chapman 5 Mike Kanieski 6 Keith Waleskowski 7 Chip Hare 8 Jack Zimmerman 9 Anthony Corbitt Jim Rhoden 11 Brooks Hall

Season 1973-74 1975-76 1997-98 1980-81 1978-79 2000-01 1991-92 1976-77 1986-87 1977-78 1999-00

G 29 27 33 29 29 34 30 26 28 23 31

YEARLY SCORING LEADERS

Roosevelt Chapman is the only Flyer men’s basketball player to score more than 2,000 points in his career. He scored 2,233 points from 1980 to 1984. His 41 points in the 1984 NCAA Second Round win over Oklahoma are the most points scored by a Flyer in an NCAA tournament game.

MOST POINTS SCORED, FRESHMAN GAME 1 Shawn Haughn 2 Tony Stanley Jim Rhoden Chris Wright 5 Paul Hawkins 6 Norman Plummer Tony Stanley Andy Meyer Chip Hare Ed Young Jim Rhoden Johnny Davis Johnny Davis

Opponent St. Louis Temple Fairfield NIT Toledo Toledo La Salle Miami/Ohio Loyola/Ill. Detroit Long Island Chattanooga South Florida Xavier

MOST POINTS SCORED, IN A HALF 1 Donald Smith 2 Donald Smith 3 Negele Knight 4 Don Meineke 5 Don Meineke

Half 1 2 2 1 1

Opponent Xavier Loyola/Ill. Detroit Youngstown Muskingum

MOST POINTS SCORED, OPPONENT 1 Scott Haffner 2 Austin Carr David West 3 Charles Jones 4 Keith Gailes Keith Gailes Dave DeBusschere

Team Evansville Notre Dame Xavier Long Island NIT Loyola/Ill. Loyola/Ill. Detroit

AVERAGE POINTS PER GAME, CAREER

Date Feb 13, 1994 Jan 28, 1998 Mar 10, 1978 Nov 21, 2007 Dec 27, 1980 Jan. 22, 2005 Nov 22, 1997 Jan 28, 1993 Mar 7, 1992 Mar 2, 1983 Jan 16, 1978 Feb 11, 1974 Feb 23, 1974

Pts 30 26 26 26 25 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24

Date Jan 6, 1973 Feb 3, 1973 Feb 24, 1990 Feb 5, 1951 Jan 13, 1951

Pts 32 30 29 28 27

Date Feb 18, 1989 Mar 1, 1971 Feb 8, 2003 Mar 11, 1998 Jan 10, 1991 Mar 9, 1990 Feb 10, 1962

Pts 65 47 47 45 44 44 44

1 Henry Finkel 2 Don May 3 Donald Smith 4 Don Meineke 5 Johnny Davis 6 Roosevelt Chapman 7 Bill Uhl 8 Jim Paxson 9 Dave Colbert 10 Garry Roggenburk 11 Brian Roberts 12 Mike Sylvester 13 Ken May 14 Negele Knight 15 Tony Stanley 16 Anthony Corbitt 17 John Horan

Seasons 1963-66 1965-68 1971-74 1949-52 1973-76 1980-84 1953-56 1975-79 1984-86 1959-62 2004-08 1971-74 1968-71 1985-90 1997-00 1986-90 1951-55

G 83 90 81 96 81 118 88 108 59 87 125 81 80 122 125 120 120

AVERAGE POINTS PER GAME, SEASON

Pts 1968 1980 1655 1866 1562 2233 1627 1945 1049 1398 1962 1248 1207 1806 1835 1760 1757

Avg 23.7 22.0 20.4 19.4 19.3 18.9 18.5 18.0 17.8 16.1 15.7 15.4 15.1 14.8 14.7 14.7 14.6

Yr Season G Pts Avg 1 Henry Finkel Jr 1964-65 29 733 25.3 2 Donald Smith Jr 1972-73 26 609 23.4 Don May Sr 1967-68 30 701 23.4 4 Jim Paxson Sr 1978-79 25 580 23.2 5 Henry Finkel So 1963-64 25 576 23.0 Roosevelt Chapman Jr 1982-83 27 621 23.0 7 Negele Knight Sr 1989-90 32 731 22.8 8 Henry Finkel Sr 1965-66 29 659 22.7 9 Johnny Davis So 1974-75 26 581 22.3 10 Don May Jr 1966-67 31 689 22.2

1949-50 Don Meineke 1950-51 Don Meineke 1951-52 Don Meineke 1952-53 Jack Sallee 1953-54 Bill Uhl 1954-55 Bill Uhl 1955-56 Bill Uhl 1956-57 Al Sicking 1957-58 Jack McCarthy 1958-59 Frank Case Jr 1959-60 Garry Roggenburk 1960-61 Garry Roggenburk 1961-62 Garry Roggenburk 1962-63 Gordy Hatton 1963-64 Henry Finkel 1964-65 Henry Finkel 1965-66 Henry Finkel 1966-67 Don May 1967-68 Don May 1968-69 Dan Sadlier 1969-70 Ken May 1970-71 Ken May 1971-72 Donald Smith 1972-73 Donald Smith 1973-74 Donald Smith 1974-75 Johnny Davis 1975-76 Johnny Davis 1976-77 Jim Paxson 1977-78 Jim Paxson 1978-79 Jim Paxson 1979-80 Jack Zimmerman 1980-81 Mike Kanieski 1981-82 Mike Kanieski 1982-83 Roosevelt Chapman 1983-84 Roosevelt Chapman 1984-85 Dave Colbert 1985-86 Dave Colbert 1986-87 Anthony Grant 1987-88 Anthony Corbitt 1988-89 Anthony Corbitt 1989-90 Negele Knight 1990-91 Chip Jones 1991-92 Alex Robertson 1992-93 Chip Hare 1993-94 Alex Robertson 1994-95 Andy Meyer 1995-96 Ryan Perryman 1996-97 Darnell Hoskins 1997-98 Ryan Perryman 1998-99 Mark Ashman 1999-00 Tony Stanley 2000-01 Tony Stanley 2001-02 Ramod Marshall 2002-03 Brooks Hall Sr 2003-04 Ramod Marshall 2004-05 Monty Scott 2005-06 Brian Roberts 2006-07 Brian Roberts 2007-08 Brian Roberts 2008-09 Chris Wright 2009-10 Chris Wright

Yr So Jr Sr So So Jr Sr Sr Sr 26 So Jr Sr Jr So Jr Sr Jr Sr Sr Jr Sr So Jr Sr So Jr So Jr Sr Sr Jr Sr Jr Sr Jr Sr Sr So Jr Sr Jr Jr So Sr Jr So Sr Sr Jr Jr Sr So 30 Sr So So Jr Sr So Jr

G 31 32 33 29 32 29 27 28 29 435 28 29 30 26 25 29 29 31 30 27 27 27 26 26 29 26 26 27 29 25 27 29 30 27 32 29 30 28 31 29 32 27 30 30 27 27 29 23 33 28 31 34 31 385 32 29 31 31 34 35 37

Pts 415 353 431 370 338 385 332 285 296 243 322

Pts 510 660 696 550 590 539 498 385 424 16.7 452 466 480 409 576 733 659 689 701 492 460 511 525 609 521 581 566 507 505 580 465 491 553 621 699 484 565 363 492 452 731 545 349 535 344 279 388 324 503 425 457 542 412 12.8 467 322 495 573 627 464 507

Avg 14.3 13.1 13.1 12.8 11.7 11.3 11.1 11.0 10.6 10.6 10.4

Avg 16.5 20.6 21.1 19.0 18.4 18.6 18.4 13.8 14.6 16.1 16.1 16.0 15.7 23.0 25.3 22.7 22.2 23.4 18.2 17.0 18.9 20.2 23.4 18.0 22.3 21.8 18.8 7.4 3.2 17.2 16.9 18.4 23.0 21.8 16.7 18.8 13.0 15.9 15.6 22.8 20.2 11.6 17.8 12.7 10.3 13.4 14.1 15.2 15.2 14.7 15.9 13.3 14.6 11.1 16.0 18.5 18.4 13.3 13.7

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INDIVIDUAL FIELD GOAL MARKS MOST FIELD GOALS MADE, CAREER 1 Roosevelt Chapman 2 Jim Paxson 3 Henry Finkel 4 Don May 5 Anthony Corbitt 6 Donald Smith 7 Don Meineke 8 Mike Kanieski 9 Brian Roberts 10 Jack Zimmerman

Seasons FG Att Pct 1980-84 829 1588 .522 1975-79 812 1557 .522 1963-66 772 1248 .619 1965-68 735 1557 .472 1986-90 725 1358 .534 1971-74 687 1514 .454 1949-52 685 1462 .469 1978-82 681 1289 .528 2004-08 652 1442 .452 1976-80 650 1337 .486

MOST FIELD GOALS MADE, SEASON 1 Henry Finkel 2 Roosevelt Chapman 3 Don May 4 Don Meineke 5 Donald Smith 6 Henry Finkel 7 Don Meineke 8 Mike Kanieski Don May 10 Don May

Yr Jr Sr Jr Sr Jr Sr Jr Sr Sr So

Season 1964-65 1983-84 1966-67 1951-52 1972-73 1965-66 1950-51 1981-82 1967-68 1965-66

FG 293 268 258 251 249 248 240 239 239 238

Att 450 517 543 568 552 397 469 432 509 505

Pct .651 .518 .475 .442 .451 .625 .512 .553 .470 .471

MOST FIELD GOALS MADE, FRESHMAN 1 Johnny Davis 2 Tony Stanley 3 Jim Paxson 4 Mike Kanieski 5 John Horan

Season FG Att Pct 1973-74 173 407 .425 1997-98 154 391 .394 1975-76 149 308 .484 1978-79 141 299 .472 1951-52 136 316 .430

MOST FIELD GOALS MADE, GAME 1 Don Meineke 2 Donald Smith 3 Donald Smith 4 Tom Crosswhite 5 Roosevelt Chapman Don May Henry Finkel Henry Finkel Don Meineke

Opponent Muskingum Loyola/Ill. Xavier Loyola/La. Otterbein Xavier Chattanooga Illinois Ohio U.

Date FG Jan 13, 1951 23 Feb 3, 1973 22 Jan 6, 1973 20 Jan 9, 1971 18 Nov 27, 1982 16 Jan 3, 1966 16 Jan 20, 1965 16 Dec 18, 1964 16 Jan 9, 1952 16

CONSECUTIVE FIELD GOALS MADE

BEST FIELD GOAL ACCURACY, FRESHMAN

MOST FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED, CAREER

BEST FIELD GOAL ACCURACY, GAME

Season FG 1 Sean Finn 2002-03 18 (vs. Xavier, George Washington, St Joe’s, Richmond) 2 Roosevelt Chapman 1982-83 16 (vs. Long Island, Notre Dame, DePaul 3 Henry Finkel 1965-66 15 (vs. Loyola Marymount, St. Joe’s) Single-Game: 13, Don May (North Carolina, Mar 24, 1967, NCAA)

Seasons FG Att Pct 1980-84 829 1588 .522 1997-01 832 1583 .399 1951-55 640 1560 .410 1965-68 735 1557 .472 1975-79 812 1557 .522 1971-74 687 1514 .454 1951-55 605 1507 .401 1949-52 685 1462 .469 2004-08 652 1442 .452 1953-56 607 1374 .442

1 Roosevelt Chapman 2 Tony Stanley 3 John Horan 4 Don May Jim Paxson 6 Donald Smith 7 Jack Sallee 8 Don Meineke 9 Brian Roberts 10 Bill Uhl

MOST FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED, SEASON 1 Don Meineke 2 Donald Smith 3 Don May 4 Bill Uhl 5 Roosevelt Chapman 6 Don May 7 Don May 8 Jack Sallee 9 Chip Jones Donald Smith

Yr Season Sr 1951-52 Jr 1972-73 Jr 1966-67 So 1953-54 Sr 1983-84 Sr 1967-68 So 1965-66 So 1952-53 Jr 1990-91 So 1971-72

FG 251 249 258 215 268 239 238 199 212 213

Season FG 1973-74 173 1997-98 154 1951-52 136 1975-76 149 1978-79 141

1 Johnny Davis 2 Tony Stanley 3 John Horan 4 Jim Paxson 5 Mike Kanieski

Att Pct 407 .425 391 .394 316 .430 308 .484 299 .472

MOST FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED, GAME 1 Donald Smith 2 Don May 3 Don Meineke Frank Case 5 Donald Smith

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 10

Opponent Loyola/Ill. Notre Dame NIT Muskingum DePaul E. Kentucky

Date Att Feb 3, 1973 35 Mar 21, 1968 33 Jan 13, 1951 32 Feb 11, 1959 32 Jan 3, 1973 31

(min. 250 fgm) Sean Finn Chris Daniels Henry Finkel Ryan Perryman Damon Goodwin Anthony Corbitt Steve Pittman Dave Colbert Allen Elijah Dan Sadlier

Seasons 2000-04 1991-96 1963-66 1994-98 1982-86 1986-90 1985-89 1984-86 1972-75 1966-69

FG 414 255 772 534 467 725 308 404 337 376

BEST FIELD GOAL ACCURACY, SEASON 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

(min. 100 fgm) Sean Finn Chris Daniels Sean Finn Henry Finkel Henry Finkel Ed Young Mike Kanieski Allen Elijah Ryan Perryman Henry Finkel

UNIVERSITYOFDAYTON 120

Pct .442 .451 .475 .402 .518 .470 .471 .401 .440 .442

MOST FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED, FRESHMAN ONLY

BEST FIELD GOAL ACCURACY, CAREER

Chris Daniels was making 69 percent of his shots in 1995-96 when he tragically died of cardiac arrhythmia in his sleep. With his huge smile, Chris will long be remembered as a beloved person more than as an athlete. Both the Dayton and Atlantic 10 Most Improved Player Awards are named in his honor.

Att 568 552 543 535 517 509 505 496 482 482

Yr Jr Sr Sr Jr Sr Jr Jr Jr Jr So

Season 2002-03 1995-96 2003-04 1964-65 1965-66 1985-86 1980-81 1973-74 1996-97 1963-64

FG 128 110 175 293 248 170 203 135 126 231

Att 640 405 1248 978 868 1358 578 759 634 710

Pct .647 .630 .619 .546 .538 .534 .533 .532 .532 .530

Att 181 160 264 450 397 291 348 232 218 401

Pct .707 .688 .663 .651 .625 .584 .583 .582 .578 .576

1 2 3 4 5 6

1 2 3 4 5

(min. 50 fgm) Chris Wright Keith Waleskowski Anthony Corbitt Chip Hare Paul Hawkins Ed Young

(min. 10 fgm) Mike Sylvester Mike Kanieski Dave Colbert Sean Finn Wes Coffee Henry Burlong

Season 2007-08 2000-01 1986-87 1991-92 1980-81 1982-83

Opponent Xavier Hofstra Southern Prairie View Loyola/Ill. Murray St.

Date Feb 23, 1974 Dec 29, 1981 Mar 1, 1986 Dec 20, 2003 Jan 10, 1991 Dec 21, 1963

YEARLY LEADERS

1949-50 Don Meineke 1950-51 Don Meineke 1951-52 Don Meineke 1952-53 John Horan 1953-54 Bill Uhl 1954-55 Bill Uhl 1955-56 Bill Uhl 1956-57 Al Sicking 1957-58 Jack McCarthy 1958-59 Frank Case 1959-60 Garry Roggenburk 1960-61 Bill Cramsey 1961-62 Garry Roggenburk 1962-63 Bill Westerkamp 1963-64 Henry Finkel 1964-65 Henry Finkel 1965-66 Henry Finkel 1966-67 Gene Klaus 1967-68 George Janky 1968-69 Dan Sadlier 1969-70 Jim Gottschall 1970-71 George Jackson 1971-72 Donald Smith 1972-73 Mike Sylvester 1973-74 Allen Elijah 1974-75 Jim Testerman 1975-76 Erv Giddings 1976-77 Jim Paxson 1977-78 Jim Paxson 1978-79 Jim Paxson 1979-80 Jack Zimmerman 1980-81 Mike Kanieski 1981-82 Mike Kanieski 1982-83 Roosevelt Chapman 1983-84 Damon Goodwin 1984-85 Damon Goodwin 1985-86 Ed Young 1986-87 Anthony Corbitt 1987-88 Steve Pittman 1988-89 Anthony Corbitt 1989-90 Norm Grevey 1990-91 Makor Shayok 1991-92 Chip Hare 1992-93 Chip Hare 1993-94 Alex Robertson 1994-95 Andy Meyer 1995-96 Chris Daniels 1996-97 Ryan Perryman 1997-98 Ryan Perryman 1998-99 Mark Ashman 1999-00 Yuanta Holland 2000-01 Keith Waleskowski 2001-02 Keith Waleskowski 2002-03 Sean Finn 2003-04 Sean Finn 2004-05 Norman Plummer 2005-06 Norman Plummer 2006-07 Charles Little 2007-08 Kurt Huelsman 2008-09 Charles Little 2009-10 Chris Wright

FG 59 128 127 123 116 101

Yr So Jr Sr So So Jr Sr Sr Sr Jr So Sr Sr Sr So Jr Sr Sr So Sr Sr Sr So Jr Jr Sr So So Jr Sr Sr Jr Sr Jr So Jr Jr Fr Jr Jr Sr Jr Fr So Sr Jr Sr Jr Sr Jr Jr Fr So Jr Sr Fr So So So Sr Jr

FG 194 240 251 158 215 203 189 140 168 171 190 161 211 120 231 293 248 107 118 194 105 151 213 190 135 111 146 219 208 236 194 203 239 231 127 153 170 127 164 179 109 113 123 194 113 105 110 126 178 149 106 128 116 128 175 95 115 137 77 108 187

Att 98 232 243 241 230 201

Pct .602 .552 .523 .510 .504 .502

Pct (FG/Att) 1.00 (11/11) 1.00 (10/10) .929 (13/14) .923 (12/13) .917 (11/12) .917 (11/12)

Att Pct 424 .458 469 .512 568 .442 385 .410 535 .402 442 .459 397 .476 298 .470 338 .497 440 .389 432 .440 357 .451 460 .459 253 .474 401 .576 450 .651 397 .625 214 .500 222 .532 367 .529 204 .515 273 .553 482 .442 366 .519 232 .582 217 .512 289 .505 401 .546 399 .521 449 .526 401 .484 348 .583 432 .553 410 .563 228 .557 278 .550 291 .584 243 .523 289 .567 326 .549 210 .519 224 .504 241 .510 457 .425 252 .448 213 .493 160 .688 218 .578 319 .558 322 .463 209 .507 232 .552 214 .542 181 .707 264 .663 210 .452 246 .467 264 .519 146 .527 217 .498 373 .501


INDIVIDUAL THREE-POINT MARKS MOST THREE-POINTERS ATTEMPTED, GAME 1 Norm Grevey 2 Larry Hisle Norm Grevey Norm Grevey Norm Grevey Chris Johnson

Opponent Bradley Tennessee Marquette Xavier Cincinnati Duquesne

Date Att Dec 22, 1990 17 Dec 22, 1992 13 Mar 2, 1989 13 Feb 3, 1990 13 Dec 29, 1990 13 Feb 21, 2010 13

BEST THREE-POINT ACCURACY, CAREER 1 2 3 4 5 7 8 9 10

(min. 50 3pm) Brian Roberts Norm Grevey Negele Knight Shawn Haughn Brooks Hall Luke Fabrizius Josh Postorino Andy Meyer Chip Jones Coby Turner

Seasons 2004-08 1986-91 1985-90 1993-97 1999-03 2008- 1995-99 1992-96 1990-92 1995-99

3Pt 293 208 94 157 285 76 62 74 67 153

BEST THREE-POINT ACCURACY, SEASON 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Brian Roberts is the Flyer record holder for career three-point field goals made and career 3-pt. FG%. He is the only University of Dayton player to lead the team in 3-pt. FG% four straight seasons. He also is UD’s #4 all-time leading scorer, and third in career FT%.

MOST THREE-POINTERS MADE, CAREER 1 Brian Roberts 2 Tony Stanley 3 Brooks Hall 4 Ramod Marshall 5 Norm Grevey 6 Monty Scott 7 Alex Robertson 8 Shawn Haughn 9 Coby Turner 10 Mark Jones

Seasons 3Pt 2004-08 293 1997-01 291 1999-03 285 2000-04 241 1986-91 208 2003-07 159 1989-94 158 1993-97 157 1995-99 153 2001-05 125

MOST THREE-POINTERS MADE, SEASON 1 Tony Stanley 2 Brian Roberts 3 Norm Grevey 4 Brian Roberts 5 Brooks Hall 6 Brooks Hall 7 Norm Grevey 8 Negele Knight Ramod Marshall Tony Stanley

Yr Season 3Pt Sr 2000-01 102 Sr 2007-08 100 Sr 1990-91 94 Jr 2006-07 82 Jr 2001-02 78 Sr 2002-03 77 Sr 1989-90 72 Sr 1989-90 71 So 2001-02 71 Jr 1999-00 71

Att Pct 665 .441 813 .358 731 .390 669 .360 481 .432 427 .372 466 .339 402 .391 406 .377 381 .328

Att 272 220 208 179 201 193 153 144 191 193

MOST THREE-POINTERS MADE, FRESHMAN 1 Brooks Hall 2 Tony Stanley 3 Shawn Haughn 4 Ramod Marshall

Pct .375 .455 .452 .458 .388 .399 .471 .493 .372 .368

Season 3Pt Att Pct 1999-00 67 170 .394 1997-98 66 187 .353 1993-94 58 140 .414 2000-01 50 120 .417

MOST THREE-POINTERS MADE, GAME 1 Norm Grevey 2 Shawn Haughn 3 Norm Grevey Norm Grevey Rob Lowery

Opponent Date 3Pt Bradley Dec 22, 1990 9 St. Louis Feb 13, 1994 8 Butler Feb 25, 1989 7 Cincinnati Dec 29, 1990 7 Boston Dec 29, 2009 7

MOST THREE-POINTERS ATTEMPTED, CAREER 1 Tony Stanley 2 Brooks Hall 3 Ramod Marshall 4 Brian Roberts 5 Norm Grevey 6 Alex Robertson 7 Monty Scott 8 Coby Turner 9 Shawn Haughn 10 Mark Jones

Seasons 3Pt Att Pct 1997-01 291 813 .358 1999-03 285 731 .390 2000-04 241 669 .360 2004-08 293 665 .441 1986-91 208 481 .432 1989-94 158 466 .339 2003-07 159 427 .372 1995-99 153 406 .377 1993-97 157 402 .391 2001-05 125 381 .328

MOST THREE-POINTERS ATTEMPTED, SEASON 1 Tony Stanley 2 Brian Roberts 3 Ramod Marshall 4 Norm Grevey 5 Brooks Hall 6 Tony Stanley Brooks Hall 8 Ramod Marshall 9 Chris Johnson 10 Tony Stanley

Yr Season 3Pt Att Pct Sr 2000-01 102 272 .375 Sr 2007-08 100 220 .455 Sr 2003-04 67 218 .307 Sr 1990-91 94 208 .452 Jr 2001-02 78 201 .388 Jr 1999-00 71 193 .368 Sr 2002-03 77 193 .399 So 2001-02 71 191 .372 So. 2009-10 66 189 .349 Fr 1997-98 66 187 .353

MOST THREE-POINTERS ATTEMPTED, FRESHMAN 1 Tony Stanley 2 Brooks Hall 3 Shawn Haughn 4 Ramod Marshall 5 Brian Roberts

Season 3Pt Att Pct 1997-98 66 187 .353 1999-00 67 170 .394 1993-94 58 140 .414 2000-01 50 120 .417 2004-05 43 100 .430

(min. 30 3pm) Coby Turner Dan Christie Negele Knight Norm Grevey Andy Meyer Brian Roberts Norm Grevey Brian Roberts Ramod Marshall Shawn Haughn

Yr Jr Sr Sr Sr Fr Sr Sr Fr Fr Fr

Season 1997-98 1986-87 1989-90 1989-90 1992-93 2007-08 1990-91 2004-05 2000-01 1993-94

3Pt 61 46 71 72 33 100 94 43 50 58

Att 665 481 221 402 731 195 160 192 174 406

Pct .441 .432 .425 .391 .390 .390 .388 .385 .385 .377

Att 118 92 144 153 72 220 208 100 120 140

Pct .517 .500 .493 .471 .458 .455 .452 .430 .417 .414

BEST THREE-POINT ACCURACY, FRESHMAN ONLY 1 2 3 4 5

(min. 20 3pm) Andy Meyer Brian Roberts Ramod Marshall Shawn Haughn Brooks Hall

Season 1992-93 2004-05 2000-01 1993-94 1999-00

3Pt 33 43 50 58 67

BEST THREE-POINT ACCURACY, GAME 1 2

(min. 4 3pm) Shawn Haughn Negele Knight Chip Jones Chip Jones Derrick Dukes Chip Hare Marques Bennett Brian Roberts Brian Roberts

Opponent St. Louis Xavier Marquette Evansville Niagara Duquesne Coppin State G. Washington St. Louis

Date Feb 13, 1994 Mar 3, 1990 Jan 5, 1991 Jan 12, 1991 Jan 12, 1993 Feb 4, 1993 Nov. 27, 2004 Jan 31, 2007 Jan 30, 2008

Att 72 100 120 140 170

Pct .458 .430 .417 .414 .394

Pct 1.00 (8/8) 1.00 (4/4) 1.00 (4/4) 1.00 (4/4) 1.00 (4/4) 1.00 (4/4) 1.00 (4/4) 1.00 (4/4) 1.00(4/4)

YEARLY PCT LEADERS

1986-87 Dan Christie 1987-88 Ray Springer 1988-89 Ray Springer 1989-90 Negele Knight 1990-91 Norm Grevey 1991-92 Sean Scrutchins 1992-93 Andy Meyer 1993-94 Shawn Haughn 1994-95 Shawn Haughn 1995-96 Darnell Hahn 1996-97 Shawn Haughn 1997-98 Coby Turner 1998-99 Coby Turner 1999-00 Brooks Hall 2000-01 Ramod Marshall 2001-02 Brooks Hall 2002-03 Brooks Hall 2003-04 Warren Williams 2004-05 Brian Roberts 2005-06 Brian Roberts 2006-07 Brian Roberts 2007-08 Brian Roberts 2008-09 Luke Fabrizius 2009-10 Luke Fabrizius

Yr 3Pt Att Pct Sr 46 92 .500 So 43 109 .394 Jr 30 91 .330 Sr 71 144 .493 Sr 94 208 .452 So 33 89 .371 Fr 33 72 .458 Fr 58 140 .414 So 49 125 .392 Sr 34 126 .270 Sr 35 88 .398 Jr 61 118 .517 Sr 51 136 .375 Fr 67 170 .394 Fr 50 120 .417 Jr 78 201 .388 Sr 77 193 .399 So 31 76 .408 Fr 43 100 .430 So 68 166 .410 Jr 82 179 .458 Sr 100 220 .455 Fr 39 104 .375 So 37 91 .407

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INDIVIDUAL FREE THROW MARKS MOST FREE THROWS MADE, CAREER 1 Roosevelt Chapman 2 Don May 3 Don Meineke 4 John Horan 5 Ryan Perryman 6 Negele Knight 7 Henry Finkel 8 Bill Uhl 9 Jack Sallee 10 Brian Roberts

Seasons FT Att Pct 1980-84 575 742 .775 1965-68 510 663 .769 1949-52 496 648 .765 1951-55 477 656 .727 1994-98 455 706 .644 1985-90 452 606 .746 1963-66 424 580 .731 1953-56 413 650 .635 1951-55 400 605 .661 2007-08 365 430 .848

MOST FREE THROWS MADE, SEASON 1 Don May 2 Don Meineke 3 Negele Knight 4 Don Meineke 5 John Horan 6 Don May 7 Roosevelt Chapman Henry Finkel 9 Bill Uhl 10 Roosevelt Chapman

Yr Season FT Sr 1967-68 223 Sr 1951-52 194 Sr 1989-90 192 Jr 1950-51 180 Sr 1954-55 174 Jr 1966-67 173 Sr 1983-84 163 Sr 1965-66 163 So 1953-54 160 Jr 1982-83 159

Att Pct 284 .785 246 .789 240 .800 235 .766 217 .802 213 .812 215 .758 196 .832 261 .613 194 .820

1 Roosevelt Chapman 2 Ryan Perryman 3 Don May 4 John Horan 5 Bill Uhl 6 Don Meineke 7 Negele Knight 8 Jack Sallee 9 Henry Finkel 10 Keith Waleskowski

1 2 3 4 5

Seasons FT Att Pct 1980-84 575 742 .775 1994-98 455 706 .644 1965-68 510 663 .769 1951-55 477 656 .727 1953-56 413 650 .635 1949-52 496 648 .765 1985-90 452 606 .746 1951-55 400 605 .661 1963-66 424 580 .731 2000-04 446 571 .781

MOST FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED, SEASON

Yr Season FT Att Pct 1 Don May Sr 1967-68 223 284 .785 2 Bill Uhl So 1953-54 160 261 .613 3 Don Meineke Sr 1951-52 194 246 .789 4 Negele Knight Sr 1989-90 192 240 .800 5 Don Meineke Jr 1950-51 180 235 .766 6 Jack Sallee Jr 1953-54 142 232 .612 7 Chuck Grigsby Sr 1951-52 142 225 .631 Ryan Perryman Sr 1997-98 147 225 .653 9 John Horan Sr 1954-55 174 217 .802 10 Roosevelt Chapman Sr 1983-84 163 215 .758

MOST FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED, FRESHMAN ONLY

MOST FREE THROWS MADE, GAME

MOST FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED, GAME

1 Edwin Young Negele Knight 3 Edwin Young Don May Henry Finkel 6 Roose. Chapman Henry Finkel Don Meineke

Season FT Att Pct 2000-01 129 153 .843 1980-81 100 131 .763 1994-95 72 122 .590 1973-74 69 105 .657 1990-91 64 100 .640

Opponent NE Louisiana Butler Geo Washington Canisius Maryland Oklahoma NCAA Canisius Arizona St NIT

Date FT Dec 18, 1997 18 Feb 22, 1990 18 Feb 14, 1998 16 Feb 24, 1968 16 Dec 20, 1965 16 Mar 17, 1984 15 Dec 18, 1965 15 Mar 13, 1951 15

MOST FREE THROWS MADE, CONSECUTIVE

Span Season FT 1 Damon Goodwin 8-game span 1983-84 36 2 Bobby Joe Hooper 7-game span 1965-66 34 Brian Roberts 8-game span 2006-07 34 4 John Horan 5-game span 1954-55 28 Single-Game: 18, Edwin Young (NE Louisiana, Dec 18, 1997)

1 Keith Waleskowski 2 Roosevelt Chapman 3 Ryan Perryman 4 Johnny Davis 5 Derrick Dukes

1 Jack Sallee Don Meineke 3 Negele Knight 4 Bill Uhl, Sr. 5 Edwin Young Edwin Young Roose. Chapman Johnny Davis Chuck Grigsby

Season FT Att Pct 2000-01 129 153 .843 1980-81 100 131 .763 1994-95 72 122 .590 1973-74 69 105 .657 1990-91 64 100 .640

Opponent Villanova Arizona St NIT Butler Miami/Ohio NE Louisiana Geo Washington Youngstown St Notre Dame Southern Miss

Date Att Jan 30, 1953 21 Mar 13, 1951 21 Feb 22, 1990 20 Dec 9, 1953 19 Dec 18, 1997 18 Feb 14, 1998 18 Dec 12, 1983 18 Feb 25, 1976 18 Jan 1, 1952 18

BEST FREE THROW ACCURACY, CAREER 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

(min. 150 ftm) Donald Smith Damon Goodwin Brian Roberts Bobby Joe Hooper Jack Zimmerman Edwin Young Jim Paxson Keith Waleskowski Coby Turner Roosevelt Chapman

Seasons 1971-74 1982-86 2004-08 1965-68 1976-80 1996-99 1975-79 2000-04 1995-99 1980-84

FT 281 257 365 223 182 220 321 446 160 575

BEST FREE THROW ACCURACY, SEASON 1 2 3 4 5 7 8 9 10 11 12

(min. 60 ftm) Damon Goodwin Sr Donald Smith Jr Brian Roberts Jr Damon Goodwin So Chuck Izor Sr Donald Smith Sr Bobby Joe Hooper Sr Donald Smith So Brian Roberts Sr Chris Johnson So Keith Waleskowski Fr Bobby Joe Hooper So Mike Kanieski So

UNIVERSITYOFDAYTON Damon Goodwin missed just seven of 102 free throws during his senior season of 1985-86 to set a UD record for single-season percentage at .931.

Season 1985-86 1972-73 2006-07 1983-84 1963-64 1973-74 1967-68 1971-72 2007-08 2009-10 2000-01 1965-66 1979-80

FT 95 111 133 69 95 71 77 99 111 84 129 64 64

(min. 50 ftm) Fred Eckert Noland Robinson Tony Stanley Keith Waleskowski Brooks Hall

Season 1975-76 1986-87 1997-98 2000-01 1999-00

FT 53 58 57 129 51

BEST FREE THROW ACCURACY, GAME

MOST FREE THROWS MADE, FRESHMAN ONLY 1 Keith Waleskowski 2 Roosevelt Chapman 3 Ryan Perryman 4 Johnny Davis 5 Derrick Dukes

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BEST FREE THROW ACCURACY, FRESHMAN ONLY

MOST FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED, CAREER

Att 317 299 430 267 229 279 409 571 206 742

Pct .886 .860 .848 .835 .795 .789 .785 .781 .777 .775

Att 102 122 148 77 107 80 89 115 129 99 153 76 76

Pct .931 .910 .899 .896 .888 .888 .865 .861 .860 .848 .843 .842 .842

1

(min. 10 ftm) Edwin Young Henry Finkel George Janky Darnell Hoskins John Horan Brian Roberts

Opponent NE Louisiana Canisius Notre Dame Virginia Tech Xavier Loyola (Md.)

Date Dec 18, 1997 Dec 18, 1965 Feb 28, 1970 Feb 15, 1997 Jan 30, 1955 Dec 22, 2007

YEARLY PERCENTAGE LEADERS

1949-50 Don Meineke 1950-51 Don Meineke 1951-52 Don Meineke 1952-53 Jack Sallee 1953-54 John Horan 1954-55 John Horan 1955-56 James Paxson 1956-57 Bucky Bockhorn 1957-58 Terry Bockhorn 1958-59 Frank Case 1959-60 Stan Greenberg 1960-61 Tom Hatton 1961-62 Bill Chmielewski 1962-63 Harold Schoen 1963-64 Chuck Izor 1964-65 Bill Cassidy 1965-66 Bobby Joe Hooper 1966-67 Don May 1967-68 Bobby Joe Hooper 1968-69 Dan Sadlier 1969-70 Tom Crosswhite 1970-71 Tom Crosswhite 1971-72 Donald Smith 1972-73 Donald Smith 1973-74 Donald Smith 1974-75 Johnny Davis 1975-76 Johnny Davis 1976-77 Jim Paxson 1977-78 Jim Paxson 1978-79 Jim Paxson 1979-80 Mike Kanieski 1980-81 Mike Kanieski 1981-82 Roosevelt Chapman 1982-83 Roosevelt Chapman 1983-84 Damon Goodwin 1984-85 Sedric Toney 1985-86 Damon Goodwin 1986-87 Anthony Grant 1987-88 Negele Knight 1988-89 Negele Knight 1989-90 Negele Knight 1990-91 Alex Robertson 1991-92 Chip Hare 1992-93 Chip Hare 1993-94 Alex Robertson 1994-95 Andy Meyer 1995-96 Ryan Perryman 1996-97 Darnell Hoskins 1997-98 Edwin Young 1998-99 Edwin Young 1999-00 Brooks Hall 2000-01 Keith Waleskowski 2001-02 Keith Waleskowski 2002-03 Keith Waleskowski 2003-04 Ramod Marshall 2004-05 Mark Jones 2005-06 Monty Scott 2006-07 Brian Roberts 2007-08 Brian Roberts 2008-09 Chris Johnson 2009-10 Chris Johnson

Yr FT So 122 Jr 180 Sr 194 So 152 Jr 127 Sr 174 Sr 139 Jr 88 So 82 Jr 93 Jr 72 Jr 72 So 74 Sr 60 Sr 95 Jr 74 So 64 Jr 173 Sr 77 Sr 104 Jr 72 Sr 86 So 99 Jr 111 Sr 71 So 125 Jr 154 So 69 Jr 89 Sr 108 So 64 Jr 85 So 153 Jr 159 So 69 Sr 90 Sr 95 Sr 73 So 97 Jr 100 Sr 192 So 65 Fr 62 So 101 Sr 71 Jr 60 So 110 Sr 85 So 105 Jr 68 Fr 51 Fr 129 So 75 Jr 120 Sr 104 Sr 48 Jr 35 Jr 133 Sr 111 Fr 61 So 84

Att 60 68 67 153 61

Pct .883 .853 .851 .843 .836

Pct (FT/Att) 1.00 (18/18) 1.00 (15/15) 1.00 (13/13) 1.00 (13/13) 1.00 (12/12) 1.00 (12/12)

Att Pct 167 .731 235 .766 246 .789 206 .738 182 .698 217 .802 175 .794 128 .688 128 .641 134 .694 103 .699 93 .774 110 .673 76 .789 107 .888 96 .771 76 .842 213 .812 89 .865 141 .738 86 .837 112 .768 115 .861 122 .910 80 .888 158 .791 193 .798 87 .793 115 .774 134 .806 76 .842 111 .766 202 .757 194 .820 77 .896 115 .783 102 .931 112 .652 136 .713 136 .735 240 .800 92 .707 80 .775 137 .737 99 .717 82 .732 180 .611 105 .810 131 .802 83 .819 61 .836 153 .843 96 .781 154 .779 140 .743 61 .787 44 .795 148 .899 129 .860 79 .772 99 .848


INDIVIDUAL ASSIST MARKS MOST ASSISTS, CAREER 1 Negele Knight 2 David Morris 3 Jack Zimmerman 4 Jim Paxson 5 Kevin Conrad 6 Derrick Dukes 7 Ramod Marshall 8 Larry Schellenberg 9 London Warren 10 Edwin Young 11 Ray Springer 12 Dan Christie 13 Brian Roberts 14 Roosevelt Chapman 15 Warren Williams

Seasons 1985-90 1998-02 1976-80 1975-79 1979-83 1990-94 2000-04 1981-85 2006-10 1996-00 1987-90 1983-87 2004-08 1980-84 2002-06

MOST ASSISTS, SEASON 1 Negele Knight 2 David Morris 3 Kevin Conrad 4 David Morris 5 Negele Knight 6 Ramod Marshall 7 Jack Zimmerman 8 Jim Paxson 9 Ray Springer 10 London Warren 4.40

Yr Season Sr 1989-90 Sr 2001-02 So 1980-81 Jr 1998-01 Jr 1988-89 Sr 2003-04 Jr 1978-79 Jr 1977-78 So 1987-88 Jr 2008-09 35

MOST ASSISTS, FRESHMAN ONLY 1 Negele Knight 2 Derrick Dukes 3 Jack Zimmerman 4 Johnny Davis 5 Jim Paxson

Season 1985-86 1990-91 1976-77 1973-74 1975-76

MOST ASSISTS, GAME 1 Negele Knight 2 Ray Springer Kevin Conrad Kevin Conrad Kevin Conrad 6 Derrick Dukes Larry Schellenberg Jim Paxson 9 Ray Springer Larry Schellenberg Larry Schellenberg Kevin Conrad London Warren 12

Opponent Xavier Xavier Otterbein Xavier Alcorn State Southern Cincinnati Cal Poly Pomona Rollins Maryland Temple Florida State Duquesne

G Asts Avg 122 663 5.43 125 562 4.50 111 552 4.97 108 515 4.77 106 498 4.70 116 497 4.28 127 497 3.91 112 465 4.15 137 451 3.29 118 407 3.49 91 382 4.20 116 369 3.18 125 349 3.00 118 338 2.86 122 331 2.71

G Asts Avg 32 216 6.75 32 192 6.00 29 179 6.17 34 174 5.11 29 168 5.79 32 165 5.16 29 163 5.62 29 160 5.52 30 155 5.17 154

G Asts Avg 30 128 4.27 29 126 4.34 26 120 4.62 29 118 4.07 27 99 3.67

Date Asts Mar 10, 1990 15 Feb 4, 1989 14 Nov 27, 1982 14 Feb 22, 1981 14 Feb 7, 1981 14 Dec 15, 1990 13 Jan 12, 1985 13 Dec 11, 1978 13 Dec 16, 1987 12 Feb 13, 1984 12 Jan 17, 1984 12 Dec 30, 1981 12 Mar 13, 2009

Negele Knight established marks for most assists in a career, season and game during his magical senior year of 1989-90. That year he led the Flyers to a late season 11-game win streak before the Flyers fell to Arkansas in the NCAA Tournament’s Second Round.

BEST ASSIST-TO-TURNOVER RATIO, FRESHMAN ONLY 1 2 3 4 5

(min 60 ast) Jack Zimmerman Larry Schellenberg Negele Knight David Morris Derrick Dukes

Seasons 1976-77 1981-82 1985-86 1998-99 1990-91

HIGHEST ASSIST AVERAGE, CAREER 1 Negele Knight 2 Jack Zimmerman 3 Jim Paxson 4 Kevin Conrad 5 David Morris 6 Derrick Dukes 7 Ray Springer 8 Larry Schellenberg 9 Johnny Davis 10 Ramod Marshall

Seasons 1985-90 1976-80 1975-79 1979-83 1998-02 1990-94 1987-90 1981-85 1973-76 2000-04

Ast 120 68 128 87 126

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

(min 200 ast) Larry Schellenberg Jack Zimmerman David Morris Ray Springer Negele Knight Dan Christie Jim Paxson Kevin Conrad Damon Goodwin Edwin Young

Seasons 1981-85 1976-80 1998-02 1987-90 1985-90 1983-87 1975-79 1979-83 1982-86 1996-00

Ast 465 552 562 382 663 369 515 498 251 407

TO Ratio 197 2.36 258 2.14 273 2.06 198 1.93 348 1.91 195 1.89 295 1.75 302 1.65 154 1.63 154 1.60

BEST ASSIST-TO-TURNOVER RATIO, SEASON

1 2 3 4 5 7 8 9 10

(min 75 ast) Larry Schellenberg David Morris Larry Schellenberg Ramod Marshall Jack Zimmerman London Warren Jack Zimmerman Dan Christie Jack Zimmerman Negele Knight

Yr Sr Sr Jr Jr Sr Jr Jr Jr Fr Sr

Season 1984-85 2001-02 1983-84 2002-03 1979-80 2008-09 1978-79 1985-86 1976-77 1989-90

Ast 152 192 142 144 133 154 163 94 120 216

TO 50 65 53 57 57 66 71 42 54 99

Ratio 3.04 2.95 2.68 2.57 2.33 2.33 2.30 2.24 2.22 2.18

1 Negele Knight 2 Kevin Conrad 3 Kevin Conrad 4 David Morris 5 Negele Knight 6 Jim Paxson 7 Jack Zimmerman 8 Jim Paxson 9 Dan Christie 10 Larry Schellenberg

Yr Season Sr 1989-90 Jr 1981-82 So 1980-81 Sr 1901-02 Jr 1988-89 Sr 1978-79 Jr 1978-79 Jr 1977-78 Sr 1986-87 Sr 1984-85

Ratio 2.22 1.84 1.68 1.58 1.54

1 Jack Zimmerman 2 Derrick Dukes 3 Negele Knight 4 Johnny Davis 5 Jim Paxson

Season 1976-77 1990-91 1985-86 1973-74 1975-76

YEARLY LEADERS

G Asts 122 663 111 552 108 515 106 498 125 562 116 497 91 382 112 465 81 323 127 497

HIGHEST ASSIST AVERAGE, SEASON BEST ASSIST-TO-TURNOVER RATIO, CAREER

TO 54 37 76 55 82

HIGHEST ASSIST AVERAGE, FRESHMAN ONLY

G Asts 32 216 23 145 29 179 32 192 29 168 25 142 29 163 29 160 27 144 29 152

Avg 5.43 4.97 4.77 4.70 4.50 4.28 4.20 4.15 3.99 3.91

Avg 6.75 6.30 6.17 6.00 5.79 5.68 5.62 5.52 5.33 5.24

1973-74 Johnny Davis 1974-75 Johnny Davis 1975-76 Johnny Davis 1976-77 Jack Zimmerman 1977-78 Jim Paxson 1978-79 Jim Paxson 1979-80 Jack Zimmerman 1980-81 Kevin Conrad 1981-82 Kevin Conrad 1982-83 Kevin Conrad 1983-84 Larry Schellenberg 1984-85 Larry Schellenberg 1985-86 Negele Knight 1986-87 Dan Christie 1987-88 Ray Springer 1988-89 Negele Knight 1989-90 Negele Knight 1990-91 Derrick Dukes 1991-92 Derrick Dukes 1992-93 Derrick Dukes 1993-94 Derrick Dukes 1994-95 Jeffrey Brookins 1995-96 Jeffrey Brookins 1996-97 Darnell Hoskins 1997-98 Edwin Young 1998-99 Edwin Young 1999-00 Edwin Young 2000-01 David Morris 2001-02 David Morris 2002-03 Ramod Marshall 2003-04 Ramod Marshall 2004-05 Warren Williams 2005-06 Warren Williams 2006-07 Brian Roberts 2007-08 Brian Roberts 2008-09 London Warren 2009-10 London Warren

Yr Fr So Jr Fr Jr Sr Sr So Jr Sr Jr Sr Fr Sr So Jr Sr Fr So Jr Sr Jr Sr Sr So Jr Sr Jr Sr Jr Sr Jr Sr Jr Sr Jr Sr

G Asts Avg 26 120 4.62 29 126 4.34 30 128 4.27 29 118 4.07 27 99 3.67

G 29 26 26 26 29 25 27 29 23 28 32 29 30 27 30 29 32 29 30 30 27 27 29 23 32 28 31 34 32 30 32 29 31 31 34 35 37

Asts Avg 118 4.07 102 3.92 103 3.96 120 4.62 160 5.52 142 5.68 133 4.93 179 6.17 145 6.30 142 5.07 142 4.44 152 5.24 128 4.27 144 5.33 155 5.17 168 5.79 216 6.75 126 4.34 120 4.00 122 4.07 129 4.78 81 3.00 105 3.62 109 4.74 132 4.13 122 4.36 109 3.51 174 5.11 192 6.00 144 4.80 165 5.16 98 3.38 135 4.35 83 2.68 117 3.68 154 4.40 153 4.14

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INDIVIDUAL REBOUNDING MARKS HIGHEST REBOUNDING AVERAGE, SEASON

MOST REBOUNDS, GAME (SINCE 1972) Opponent 1 Ryan Perryman Long Island NIT 2 Erv Giddings Fairfield NIT Erv Giddings E. Kentucky 4 Joe Fisher Old Dominion Ryan Perryman Duquesne Chris Johnson Duquesne

Date Reb Mar 11, 1998 23 Mar 10, 1978 22 Dec 9, 1975 22 Nov 30, 1974 20 Feb 25, 1998 20 Jan 9, 2010 20

In 1972, the NCAA made a rule change which instituted the “bonus” free throws. Before then, foul shots were attempted on every foul, thus increasing the number of rebounding chances.

Jim Palmer averaged 12.5 rebounds his senior season and 9.3 for his career. He finished his career third in rebounding average and total rebounds.

MOST REBOUNDS, CAREER 1 John Horan 2 Don May 3 Bill Uhl 4 Ryan Perryman 5 Henry Finkel 6 Keith Waleskowski 7 Garry Roggenburk 8 Roosevelt Chapman 9 Erv Giddings 10 Mike Kanieski 11 Anthony Corbitt 12 George Jackson 13 Allen Elijah 14 Bucky Bockhorn 15 Jim Palmer

Seasons G Rebs 1951-55 120 1341 1965-68 90 1301 1953-56 88 1289 1994-98 116 1156 1963-66 83 1106 2000-04 129 1092 1959-62 87 1027 1980-84 118 956 1974-78 102 935 1978-82 115 833 1986-90 120 814 1969-71 54 782 1972-75 80 722 1955-58 85 708 1954-57 76 703

MOST REBOUNDS, SEASON 1 Don May 2 Bill Uhl 3 Don May 4 John Horan 5 Henry Finkel 6 Ryan Perryman 7 Bill Uhl 8 Bill Uhl 9 George Jackson George Jackson

Yr Season Jr 1966-67 So 1953-54 Sr 1967-68 Jr 1953-54 Jr 1964-65 Sr 1997-98 Jr 1954-55 Sr 1955-56 Jr 1969-70 Sr 1970-71

G Rebs 31 519 32 491 30 451 32 433 29 431 33 412 29 400 27 398 27 391 27 391

Avg 11.2 14.5 14.6 10.0 13.3 8.5 11.8 8.1 9.2 7.2 6.8 14.5 9.0 8.3 9.3

Avg 16.7 15.3 15.0 13.5 14.9 12.5 13.8 14.7 14.5 14.5

MOST REBOUNDS, FRESHMAN ONLY 1 Keith Waleskowski 2 Mike Kanieski 3 John Horan 4 Ryan Perryman 5 Chip Hare 6 Brooks Hall 7 Roosevelt Chapman 8 Tony Wells 9 Mark Ashman 10 Anthony Corbitt

Season 2001-02 1978-79 1951-52 1994-95 1991-92 1999-00 1980-81 1975-76 1996-97 1986-87

MOST REBOUNDS, GAME

G Rebs Avg 34 261 7.7 29 252 8.7 31 221 7.1 27 207 7.7 30 199 6.6 31 179 5.8 29 169 5.8 27 149 5.5 27 138 5.1 28 134 4.8

Opponent Date Reb 1 Garry Roggenburk Miami/Ohio Dec 9, 1959 32 2 Al Sicking E. Kentucky Jan 19, 1957 30 3 Don May St. Louis Jan 11, 1968 28 Don May N. Michigan Dec 2, 1967 28 Henry Finkel Chattanooga Jan 20, 1965 28 6 Don May St. Louis Dec 3, 1966 27 7 Don May Tampa Dec 15, 1966 26 Henry Finkel Memphis Feb 15, 1964 26 Bill Uhl Iona Jan 7, 1956 26 10 Six Tied 25

Seasons G OReb Avg 1994-98 116 469 4.04 2000-04 129 371 3.23 1986-90 120 314 2.62 2000-04 123 273 2.22 1996-99 119 269 2.43 1998-02 125 265 2.12 2005-09 127 222 1.75 2006-10 137 222 1.62 2004-07 88 221 2.51 2007- 87 216 2.48

MOST OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS, SEASON 1 Ryan Perryman 2 Ryan Perryman 3 Ryan Perryman Sean Finn 5 Anthony Corbitt Keith Waleskowski Chris Wright 8 Keith Waleskowski Norman Plummer Chris Wright

Yr Sr Jr So Sr Sr Fr So Sr So Jr

Season 1997-98 1996-97 1995-96 2003-04 1989-90 2000-01 2008-09 2003-04 2005-06 2009-10

G OReb 33 166 27 114 29 107 33 107 32 94 34 94 35 94 33 92 31 92 37 92

Avg 5.03 4.22 3.69 3.24 2.94 2.76 2.69 2.79 2.97 2.49

MOST OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS, FRESHMEN ONLY 1 Ryan Perryman 2 Chris Johnson 3 Brooks Hall 4 Norman Plummer 5 Chip Hare 5 Anthony Corbitt

Season 1994-95 2008-09 1999-00 2004-05 1991-92 1986-87

G OReb Avg 27 82 3.04 34 72 2.12 31 66 2.13 29 65 2.24 30 64 2.13 28 60 2.14

HIGHEST REBOUNDING AVERAGE, CAREER 1 Bill Uhl 2 George Jackson Don May 4 Henry Finkel 5 Garry Roggenburk 6 John Horan 7 Ryan Perryman 8 Jim Palmer 9 Erv Giddings 10 Allen Elijah

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Opponent Date Reb Loyola/Ill. Feb 1, 1975 16 UAB Mar 2, 1995 15 Howard Nov 26, 1994 15 Chattanooga Feb 7, 1976 15 UAB Jan 12, 1995 14 Wis.-Milwaukee Dec 27, 1994 14 Xavier Feb 21, 1981 14 Baldwin-Wallace Dec 16, 1978 14 Loyola/Ill. Mar 3, 1979 14

MOST OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS, CAREER 1 Ryan Perryman 2 Keith Waleskowski 3 Anthony Corbitt 4 Sean Finn 5 Mark Ashman 6 Yuanta Holland 7 Charles Little Kurt Huelsman 9 Norman Plummer 10 Chris Wright

Yr Jr So Sr Jr Sr Jr Sr Jr So Jr

Season 1966-67 1953-54 1967-68 1964-65 1955-56 1969-70 1970-71 1954-55 1959-60 1953-54

G Rebs 31 519 32 491 30 451 29 431 27 398 27 391 27 391 29 400 28 385 32 433

Avg 16.7 15.3 15.0 14.9 14.7 14.5 14.5 13.8 13.8 13.5

HIGHEST REBOUNDING AVERAGE, FRESHMAN ONLY

MOST REBOUNDS, FRESHMAN GAME 1 Terry Ross 2 Ryan Perryman Ryan Perryman Tony Wells 5 Ryan Perryman Ryan Perryman Roos. Chapman Mike Kanieski Mike Kanieski

1 Don May 2 Bill Uhl 3 Don May 4 Henry Finkel 5 Bill Uhl 6 George Jackson George Jackson 8 Bill Uhl Garry Roggenburk 10 John Horan

Seasons G Rebs Avg 1953-56 88 1289 14.6 1969-71 54 782 14.5 1965-68 90 1301 14.5 1963-66 83 1106 13.3 1959-62 87 1027 11.8 1951-55 120 1341 11.2 1994-98 116 1156 10.0 1954-57 76 703 9.3 1974-78 102 935 9.2 1972-75 80 722 9.0

1 Mike Kanieski 2 Ryan Perryman 3 Keith Waleskowski 4 John Horan 5 Chip Hare

Season 1978-79 1994-95 2000-01 1951-52 1991-92

G Rebs Avg 29 252 8.7 27 207 7.7 34 261 7.7 31 221 7.1 30 199 6.6

YEARLY LEADERS 1950-51 Don Meineke 1951-52 --- 1952-53 John Horan 1953-54 Bill Uhl 1954-55 Bill Uhl 1955-56 Bill Uhl 1956-57 Jim Palmer 1957-58 Bucky Bockhorn 1958-59 Joe Kennelly 1959-60 Garry Roggenburk 1960-61 Garry Roggenburk 1961-62 Bill Chmielewski 1962-63 Bill Westerkamp 1963-64 Henry Finkel 1964-65 Henry Finkel 1965-66 Henry Finkel 1966-67 Don May 1967-68 Don May 1968-69 Dan Sadlier 1969-70 George Jackson 1970-71 George Jackson 1971-72 John Bitter 1972-73 John Von Lehman 1973-74 Allen Elijah 1974-75 Allen Elijah 1975-76 Erv Giddings 1976-77 Erv Giddings 1977-78 Erv Giddings 1978-79 Mike Kanieski 1979-80 Richard Montague 1980-81 Mike Kanieski 1981-82 Roosevelt Chapman 1982-83 Roosevelt Chapman 1983-84 Roosevelt Chapman 1984-85 Dave Colbert 1985-86 Dave Colbert 1986-87 Anthony Grant 1987-88 Anthony Corbitt 1988-89 Anthony Corbitt 1989-90 Anthony Corbitt 1990-91 Makor Shayok 1991-92 Chip Hare 1992-93 Chip Hare 1993-94 Alex Robertson 1994-95 Ryan Perryman 1995-96 Ryan Perryman 1996-97 Ryan Perryman 1997-98 Ryan Perryman 1998-99 Mark Ashman 1999-00 Mark Ashman 2000-01 Keith Waleskowski 2001-02 Keith Waleskowski 2002-03 Keith Waleskowski 2003-04 Keith Waleskowski 2004-05 Monty Scott 2005-06 Norman Plummer 2006-07 Charles Little 2007-08 Marcus Johnson 2008-09 Chris Wright 2009-10 Chris Wright

Yr G Reb Avg Jr 32 362 11.3 --- --- --- --So 29 316 10.9 So 32 491 15.3 Jr 29 400 13.8 Sr 27 398 14.7 Sr 28 349 12.5 Sr 29 359 12.4 Jr 26 304 11.7 So 28 385 13.8 Jr 29 362 12.5 So 30 341 11.4 Sr 25 224 9.0 So 25 325 13.0 Jr 29 431 14.9 Sr 29 350 12.1 Jr 31 519 16.7 Sr 30 451 15.0 Sr 27 250 9.3 Jr 27 391 14.5 Sr 27 391 14.5 Jr 26 248 9.5 Jr 21 154 7.3 Jr 29 290 10.0 Sr 26 251 9.7 So 27 295 10.9 Jr 27 294 10.9 Sr 29 285 9.8 Fr 29 252 8.7 Jr 26 193 8.4 Jr 29 231 8.0 So 30 239 8.0 Jr 27 258 9.6 Sr 32 290 9.1 Jr 29 224 7.7 Sr 30 246 8.2 Sr 28 169 6.0 So 31 213 6.9 Jr 29 202 7.0 Sr 32 265 8.3 Jr 29 182 6.3 Fr 30 199 6.6 So 30 190 6.3 Sr 27 158 5.9 Fr 27 207 7.7 So 29 271 9.3 Jr 27 266 9.9 Sr 33 412 12.5 Jr 28 161 5.8 Sr 31 199 5.8 Fr 34 262 7.7 So 32 257 8.0 Jr 30 247 8.2 Sr 33 327 9.9 So 29 134 4.6 So 31 201 6.5 So 31 160 5.2 So 34 174 5.1 So 35 232 6.6 Jr 37 269 7.3


INDIVIDUAL DEFENSIVE MARKS MOST BLOCKED SHOTS, CAREER 1 Sean Finn 2 Roosevelt Chapman 3 Erv Giddings 4 Chris Wright 5 Mark Ashman 6 Anthony Corbitt 7 Ed Young 8 Wes Coffee 9 Keith Walekowski 10 Mike Kanieski

Seasons 2000-04 1980-84 1974-78 2007- 1996-00 1986-90 1982-87 1988-92 2000-04 1978-82

G Blks 123 139 118 124 102 116 87 111 119 96 120 82 107 78 108 77 129 70 115 64

MOST BLOCKED SHOTS, SEASON Yr Season

G Blks 1 Chris Wright Jr 2009-10 37 53 2 Sean Finn So 2001-02 32 46 3 Erv Giddings Sr 1977-78 29 45 4 Sean Finn Jr 2002-03 30 44 Chris Wright So 2008-09 35 44 6 Roosevelt Chapman Sr 1983-84 32 41 7 Roosevelt Chapman Jr 1982-83 27 40 8 Sean Finn Sr 2003-04 33 39 9 Erv Giddings So 1975-76 27 37 10 Mark Ashman Fr 1996-97 27 33 Tony Wells So 1976-77 27 33 Dave Colbert Jr 1984-85 29 33

Avg 1.13 1.05 1.14 1.28 0.81 0.68 0.73 0.71 0.54 0.56

Avg 1.43 1.44 1.55 1.47 1.26 1.28 1.48 1.18 1.37 1.22 1.22 1.14

MOST BLOCKED SHOTS, FRESHMAN ONLY 1 Mark Ashman 2 Mike Kanieski 3 Ed Young 4 Wes Coffee Jim Rhoden Keith Waleskowski

Season 1996-97 1978-79 1982-83 1988-89 1977-78 2000-01

G Blks Avg 27 33 1.22 29 25 0.86 26 22 0.85 23 21 0.91 23 21 0.91 34 21 0.62

MOST BLOCKED SHOTS, GAME 1 George Morrison Erv Giddings Sean Finn 4 Sean Finn Keith Waleskowski 6 Kurt Huelsman Anthony Corbitt Keith Waleskowski Monty Scott Chris Wright

Opponent Date Blks Iona Dec 22, 1981 6 Youngstown St. Jan 10, 1977 6 St. Joseph’s A10 Mar 7, 2002 6 Delaware St. Nov 24, 2002 5 Detroit NIT Mar 13, 2002 5 Three times 4 Twice 4 Once 4 Once 4 Once 4

HIGHEST BLOCKED SHOT AVERAGE, CAREER 1 Chris Wright 2 Erv Giddings 3 Sean Finn 4 Roosevelt Chapman Dave Colbert 6 Tony Wells 7 Mark Ashman 8 Ed Young 9 Wes Coffee 10 Anthony Corbitt

Seasons 2007- 1974-78 2000-04 1980-84 1984-86 1975-77 1996-00 1982-87 1988-92 1986-90

G Blks 87 111 102 116 123 139 118 124 59 62 54 48 119 96 107 78 108 77 120 82

HIGHEST BLOCKED SHOT AVERAGE, SEASON

Yr Season G Blks 1 Erv Giddings Sr 1977-78 29 45 2 Roosevelt Chapman Jr 1982-83 27 40 3 Sean Finn So 2001-02 32 46 4 Sean Finn So 2001-02 32 46 5 Chris Wright Jr 2009-10 37 53 6 Chris Daniels Sr 1995-96 20 28 7 Erv Giddings So 1975-76 27 37 8 Roosevelt Chapman Sr 1983-84 32 41 9 Chris Wright So 2008-09 35 44 10 Mark Ashman Fr 1996-97 27 33 Tony Wells So 1976-77 27 33

Avg 1.28 1.14 1.13 1.05 1.05 0.89 0.81 0.73 0.71 0.68

Avg 1.55 1.48 1.44 1.44 1.43 1.40 1.37 1.28 1.26 1.22 1.22

HIGHEST BLOCKED SHOT AVERAGE, FRESHMAN ONLY 1 Mark Ashman 2 Chris Wright 3 Wes Coffee Jim Rhoden 5 Mike Kanieski 6 Ed Young

G Blks 27 33 15 14 23 21 23 21 29 25 26 22

Avg 1.22 0.93 0.91 0.91 0.86 0.85

Yr G Blks 1974-75 Allen Elijah Sr 26 22 1975-76 Erv Giddings So 27 37 1976-77 Tony Wells So 27 33 1977-78 Erv Giddings Sr 29 45 1978-79 Mike Kanieski Fr 29 25 1979-80 Jim Rhoden So 19 20 1980-81 Richard Montague Sr 29 32 1981-82 Roosevelt Chapman So 30 28 1982-83 Roosevelt Chapman Jr 27 40 1983-84 Roosevelt Chapman Sr 32 41 1984-85 Dave Colbert Jr 29 33 1985-86 Dave Colbert Sr 30 29 1986-87 Ed Young Sr 19 14 1987-88 Steve Pittman Jr 29 29 1988-89 Anthony Corbitt Jr 29 29 1989-90 Bill Uhl Sr 30 23 1990-91 Wes Coffee Jr 29 25 1991-92 Wes Coffee Sr 29 16 1992-93 Marco Pikaar Fr 28 16 1993-94 Chris Daniels So 27 10 1994-95 Chris Daniels Jr 26 11 1995-96 Chris Daniels Sr 20 28 1996-97 Mark Ashman Fr 27 33 1997-98 Mark Ashman So 33 24 1998-99 Mark Ashman Jr 28 25 1999-00 Yuanta Holland Jr 31 20 2000-01 Keith Waleskowski Fr 34 21 2001-02 Sean Finn So 32 46 2002-03 Sean Finn Jr 30 44 2003-04 Sean Finn Sr 33 39 2004-05 Chris Alvarez Fr 29 17 2005-06 Chris Alvarez So 31 19 2006-07 Monty Scott Sr 25 21 2007-08 Thiago Cordeiro Jr 27 16 2008-09 Chris Wright So 35 44 2009-10 Chris Wright Jr 37 53

Avg 0.85 1.37 1.22 1.55 0.86 1.05 1.10 0.93 1.48 1.28 1.14 0.97 0.74 1.00 1.00 0.77 0.86 0.55 0.57 0.37 0.42 1.40 1.22 0.73 0.89 0.65 0.62 1.44 1.47 1.18 0.59 0.61 0.84 0.59 1.26 1.43

Season 1996-97 2007-08 1988-89 1977-78 1978-79 1982-83

YEARLY LEADERS

MOST STEALS, CAREER

Seasons G Stls Avg 1 Alex Robertson 1989-94 117 276 2.36 2 London Warren 2006-10 137 175 1.28 3 Tony Stanley 1997-01 125 174 1.39 4 Jim Paxson 1975-79 108 168 1.56 5 Derrick Dukes 1990-94 116 166 1.43 6 Negele Knight 1985-90 122 162 1.33 7 Roosevelt Chapman 1980-84 118 159 1.35 8 David Morris 1998-02 125 155 1.24 9 Jack Zimmerman 1976-80 111 134 1.21 Edwin Young 1996-00 118 134 1.14

MOST STEALS, SEASON

Yr Season G Stls 1 Alex Robertson Jr 1991-92 30 84 2 Alex Robertson Sr 1993-94 27 78 3 Alex Robertson So 1990-91 29 72 4 London Warren Jr 2008-09 35 57 5 Negele Knight Sr 1989-90 32 54 6 Jim Paxson Sr 1978-79 25 53 7 Tony Stanley Jr 1999-00 31 52 8 Ray Springer Sr 1989-90 32 51 9 Dan Christie Sr 1986-87 27 50 Tony Stanley So 1998-99 27 50

MOST STEALS, FRESHMAN ONLY 1 Derrick Dukes 2 Jack Zimmerman 3 Alex Robertson David Morris 5 Jim Paxson

Season 1990-91 1976-77 1989-90 1998-99 1975-76

Avg 2.80 2.89 2.48 1.63 1.69 2.12 1.68 1.59 1.85 1.85

G Stls Avg 29 48 1.66 26 36 1.38 28 34 1.21 28 34 1.21 27 32 1.19

MOST STEALS, GAME 1 Alex Robertson Alex Robertson Jack Zimmerman 3 Negele Knight Kevin Conrad

Opponent Miami/Ohio Notre Dame Seton Hall Miss. Valley La Salle

Date Stls Dec 30, 1993 9 Feb 25, 1992 9 Feb 10, 1977 9 Nov 30, 1988 7 Feb 12, 1983 7

HIGHEST STEAL AVERAGE, CAREER 1 Alex Robertson 2 Jim Paxson 3 Derrick Dukes 4 Tony Stanley 5 Roosevelt Chapman 6 Negele Knight 7 Ray Springer 8 London Warren 9 David Morris 10 Edwin Young

Seasons 1989-94 1975-79 1990-94 1997-00 1980-84 1985-90 1987-90 2006-10 1998-02 1996-99

G Stls Avg 117 276 2.36 108 168 1.56 116 166 1.43 125 174 1.39 118 159 1.35 122 162 1.33 91 119 1.31 137 175 1.28 125 155 1.24 87 106 1.22

HIGHEST STEAL AVERAGE, SEASON

Yr Season G Stls Avg 1 Alex Robertson Sr 1993-94 27 78 2.89 2 Alex Robertson Jr 1991-92 30 84 2.80 3 Alex Robertson So 1990-91 29 72 2.48 4 Jim Paxson Sr 1978-79 25 53 2.12 5 Dan Christie Sr 1986-87 27 50 1.85 Tony Stanley So 1998-99 27 50 1.85 7 Negele Knight Sr 1989-90 32 54 1.69 8 Derrick Dukes Fr 1990-91 29 48 1.66 9 Roosevelt Chapman Jr 1982-83 27 44 1.63 Chip Jones Jr 1990-91 27 44 1.63 London Warren Jr 2008-09 35 57 1.63

HIGHEST STEAL AVERAGE, FRESHMAN ONLY 1 Derrick Dukes 2 Jack Zimmerman 3 Alex Robertson David Morris 5 Jim Paxson

Season 1990-91 1976-77 1989-90 1998-99 1975-76

YEARLY LEADERS

1974-75 Johnny Davis 1975-76 Johnny Davis 1976-77 Jack Zimmerman 1977-78 Jim Paxson 1978-79 Jim Paxson 1979-80 Jack Zimmerman 1980-81 Kevin Conrad 1981-82 Roosevelt Chapman 1982-83 Roosevelt Chapman 1983-84 Roosevelt Chapman 1984-85 Dave Colbert 1985-86 Damon Goodwin 1986-87 Dan Christie 1987-88 Ray Springer 1988-89 Negele Knight 1989-90 Negele Knight 1990-91 Alex Robertson 1991-92 Alex Robertson 1992-93 Derrick Dukes 1993-94 Alex Robertson 1994-95 Ryan Perryman 1995-96 Jeffrey Brookins 1996-97 Darnell Hoskins 1997-98 Edwin Young 1998-99 Tony Stanley 1999-00 Tony Stanley 2000-01 Tony Stanley 2001-02 David Morris 2002-03 Brooks Hall 2003-04 Keith Waleskowski 2004-05 Marques Bennett 2005-06 Chris Alvarez 2006-07 London Warren 2007-08 London Warren 2008-09 London Warren 2009-10 London Warren

Yr So Jr Fr Jr Sr Sr So So Jr Sr Jr Sr Sr So Jr Sr So Jr Jr Sr Fr Sr Sr So So Jr Sr Sr Sr Sr Jr So Fr So Jr Sr

G Stls Avg 29 48 1.66 26 36 1.38 28 34 1.21 28 34 1.21 27 32 1.19

G Stls Avg 26 32 1.23 26 40 1.54 26 36 1.38 29 47 1.62 25 53 2.12 27 30 1.11 29 45 1.55 30 43 1.43 27 44 1.63 32 46 1.44 29 29 1.00 30 25 0.83 27 50 1.85 30 39 1.30 29 47 1.62 32 54 1.69 29 72 2.48 30 84 2.80 30 42 1.40 27 78 2.89 27 30 1.11 29 35 1.21 23 31 1.35 32 34 1.06 27 50 1.85 31 52 1.44 34 43 1.26 32 44 1.38 30 28 0.93 33 28 0.85 29 28 0.97 31 31 1.00 31 27 0.87 34 45 1.32 35 57 1.63 37 46 1.24

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INDIVIDUAL SERVICE MARKS MOST GAMES PLAYED, CAREER 1 Kurt Huelsman London Warren 3 Marcus Johnson 4 Nate Green 5 Keith Waleskowski 6 Ramod Marshall Charles Little 8 Tony Stanley David Morris Yuanta Holland Brian Roberts Jimmy Binnie

Seasons G 2006-10 137 2006-10 137 2006-10 135 1998-03 133 2000-04 129 2000-04 127 2005-09 127 1997-01 125 1998-02 125 1998-02 125 2004-08 125 2004-08 125

MOST CONCECUTIVE GAMES PLAYED, CAREER 1 Kurt Huelsman London Warren 3 David Morris Yuanta Holland Brian Roberts Jimmy Binnie 7 Mark Jones Anthony Corbitt 9 Damon Goodwin Mark Ashman

Seasons G 2006-10 137* 2006-10 137 1998-02 125 1998-02 125 2004-08 125 2004-08 125 2001-05 124 1986-90 120 1982-86 119 1987-00 119

*Huelsman had a UD-record 137 consecutive starts.

MOST GAMES PLAYED, SEASON

Yr Season 1 Kurt Huelsman Sr 2009-10 London Warren Sr 2009-10 Chris Wright Jr 2009-10 Mickey Perry Sr 2009-10 Devin Searcy Jr 2009-10 6 Chris Johnson So 2009-10 Marcus Johnson Sr 2009-10 Paul Williams So 2009-10 9 Six Players Tied With

G 37 37 37 37 37 36 36 36 35

Yr Seasons 1 Kurt Huelsman Sr 2009-10 London Warren Sr 2009-10 Chris Wright Jr 2009-10 Mickey Perry Sr 2009-10 Devin Searcy Jr 2009-10 6 Five Players Tied With

G 37 37 37 37 37 35

MOST CONSECUTIVE GAMES PLAYED, SEASON

MOST MINUTES PLAYED, GAME

MOST MINUTES PLAYED, CAREER 1 Roosevelt Chapman 2 Jim Paxson 3 Negele Knight 4 Ramod Marshall 5 Jack Zimmerman 6 Brian Roberts 7 Tony Stanley 8 Keith Waleskowski 9 Mike Kanieski 10 Anthony Corbitt

Seasons G Min Avg 1980-84 118 4189 35.5 1795-79 108 4068 37.7 1985-90 122 4066 33.3 2000-04 127 3952 31.1 1976-80 111 3924 35.4 2004-08 125 3902 31.2 1997-01 125 3871 30.9 2000-04 129 3807 29.5 1978-82 115 3799 33.0 1986-90 120 3764 31.4

MOST MINUTES PLAYED, SEASON 1 Roosevelt Chapman 2 Brian Roberts 3 Negele Knight 4 Dave Colbert 5 Ed Young 6 Ramod Marshall 7 Mike Kanieski 8 Tony Stanley 9 Brian Roberts 10 Roosevelt Chapman

Yr Season Sr 1983-84 Sr 2004-08 So 1987-88 Sr 1985-86 So 1983-84 Sr 2003-04 Sr 1981-82 Sr 2000-01 Jr 2006-07 So 1981-82

G 32 31 31 30 32 32 30 34 31 30

Min 1205 1179 1169 1155 1133 1132 1113 1109 1103 1091

MOST MINUTES PLAYED, FRESHMAN ONLY 1 Jim Paxson 2 Mike Kanieski 3 Jack Zimmerman 4 Keith Walesowski 5 Tony Stanley 6 Roosevelt Chapman

Season 1975-76 1978-79 1976-77 2000-01 1997-98 1980-81

Dave Colbert, despite a nagging foot injury as a senior, averaged 37.7 minutes per game in his career, matching Jim Paxson, Jr.’s school record. Technically, Colbert leads Paxson...by three-quarters of a second. Colbert remains UD’s only player to play in just two seasons and reach 1,000 points.

Avg 37.7 34.7 37.7 38.5 35.4 35.4 37.1 32.6 35.6 36.4

G Min Avg 27 1061 39.3 29 968 33.4 26 922 35.5 24 920 27.1 33 911 27.6 29 878 30.3

1 Kevin Conrad Mike Kanieski 3 Mike Kanieski

Date Min Jan 28, 1982 62 Jan 28, 1982 62 Feb 20, 1981 53

MOST MINUTES PER GAME, CAREER 1 Dave Colbert Jim Paxson 3 Roosevelt Chapman 4 Jack Zimmerman 5 Ramod Marshall 6 Negele Knight 7 Mike Kanieski 8 Ed Young 9 Anthony Corbitt 10 Brian Roberts

Seasons G 1984-86 59 1975-79 108 1980-84 118 1976-80 111 2000-04 127 1985-90 122 1978-82 115 1982-87 107 1986-90 120 2004-08 125

MOST MINUTES PER GAME, SEASON

1 Jim Paxson 2 Johnny Davis 3 Johnny Davis Dave Colbert 5 Negele Knight Roosevelt Chapman 7 Roosevelt Chapman 8 Jack Zimmerman 9 Jim Paxson 10 Jim Paxson

Yr Fr Jr So Sr So Sr Jr Sr So Sr

Season 1975-76 1975-76 1974-75 1985-86 1987-88 1983-84 1982-83 1979-80 1976-77 1978-79

G 27 26 26 30 31 32 27 27 27 25

Min Avg 2224 37.7 4068 37.7 4189 35.5 3924 35.4 3952 31.1 4066 33.3 3799 33.0 3384 31.6 3764 31.4 3902 31.2

Min Avg 1061 39.3 1007 38.7 1002 38.5 1155 38.5 1169 37.7 1205 37.7 1015 37.6 1013 37.5 1012 37.5 929 37.2

MOST MINUTES PER GAME, FRESHMAN ONLY 1 Jim Paxson 2 Jack Zimmerman 3 Mike Kanieski 4 Roosevelt Chapman 5 Ed Young

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Opponent Providence Providence Duquesne

Season 1975-76 1976-77 1978-79 1980-81 1982-83

G Min Avg 27 1061 39.3 26 922 35.5 29 968 33.4 29 878 30.3 26 783 30.1

SIZING THE FLYERS, TALLEST 1 Wes Coffee Bill Uhl Sean Finn 3 James Cripe Jeff Tressler Joe Coladarci Henry Finkel 6 Kurt Huelsman Mike Harmon Mark Ashman Matt Cooper Marco Pikaar Chip Hare Chris Daniels Mike Kanieski George Morrison Fred Eckert Steve Lawrence Dan Obrovac Bill Chmielewski Devin Searcy Bill Westerkamp

SIZING THE FLYERS, SHORTEST 1 Keith Braswell 2 Marlo Termini 3 Robert Flynn 4 Bernie Otten Robert Wolfe 6 Chad Vorhis Gene Joseph Robert Davis Bob Klotz Donald Norris William Knisley

Seasons Ht 1988-92 7-00 1953-56 7-00 2000-04 7-00 2003-06 6-11 1983-86 6-11 1971-72 6-11 1963-66 6-11 2006-10 6-10 1997-98 6-10 1996-00 6-10 1996-00 6-10 1992-96 6-10 1991-95 6-10 1991-96 6-10 1978-82 6-10 1978-82 6-10 1975-76 6-10 1970-73 6-10 1966-69 6-10 1961-62 6-10 2007- 6-10 1960-63 6-10

Seasons Ht 1994-95 5-00 1947-48 5-02 1947-51 5-07 1946-47 5-08 1945-48 5-08 1997-98 5-09 1948-52 5-09 1948-49 5-09 1946-47 5-09 1946-47 5-09 1940-46 5-09


2009-2010 UNIVERSITY OF DAYTON MEN’S BASKETBALL

MODERN ERA UD STATS Year Coach

W L G FG Att Pct 3Pt Att Pct

1949-50 Tom Blackburn 1950-51 Tom Blackburn 1951-52 Tom Blackburn 1952-53 Tom Blackburn 1953-54 Tom Blackburn 1954-55 Tom Blackburn 1955-56 Tom Blackburn 1956-57 Tom Blackburn 1957-58 Tom Blackburn 1958-59 Tom Blackburn

24 8 32 794 2137 .372 27 5 32 827 2273 .364 28 5 33 923 2422 .381 16 13 29 747 2058 .363 25 7 32 837 2183 .383 25 4 29 800 2008 .398 25 4 29 851 2090 .407 19 9 28 732 1903 .385 25 4 29 747 1873 .399 14 12 26 643 1653 .389

The Fifties

1959-60 Tom Blackburn 1960-61 Tom Blackburn 1961-62 Tom Blackburn 1962-63 Tom Blackburn 1963-64 Tom Blackburn 1964-65 Don Donoher 1965-66 Don Donoher 1966-67 Don Donoher 1967-68 Don Donoher 1968-69 Don Donoher The Sixties

1969-70 Don Donoher 1970-71 Don Donoher 1971-72 Don Donoher 1972-73 Don Donoher 1973-74 Don Donoher 1974-75 Don Donoher 1975-76 Don Donoher 1976-77 Don Donoher 1977-78 Don Donoher 1978-79 Don Donoher The Seventies

1979-80 Don Donoher 1980-81 Don Donoher 1981-82 Don Donoher 1982-83 Don Donoher 1983-84 Don Donoher 1984-85 Don Donoher 1985-86 Don Donoher 1986-87 Don Donoher 1987-88 Don Donoher 1988-89 Don Donoher The Eighties

1989-90 Jim O’Brien 1990-91 Jim O’Brien 1991-92 Jim O’Brien 1992-93 Jim O’Brien 1993-94 Jim O’Brien 1994-95 Oliver Purnell 1995-96 Oliver Purnell 1996-97 Oliver Purnell 1997-98 Oliver Purnell 1998-99 Oliver Purnell The Nineties

1999-00 Oliver Purnell 2000-01 Oliver Purnell 2001-02 Oliver Purnell 2002-03 Oliver Purnell 2003-04 Brian Gregory 2004-05 Brian Gregory 2005-06 Brian Gregory 2006-07 Brian Gregory 2007-08 Brian Gregory 2008-09 Brian Gregory The 2000s

2009-10 Brian Gregory UD Totals Since 1949-50

Under Blackburn (15 seasons) Under Donoher (25 seasons ) Under O’Brien (5 seasons) Under Purnell (9 seasons) Under Gregory (7 seasons)

FT Att Pct

OR Reb Avg PF Ast TO Blk Stl Pts Avg

--- --- --- 438 700 .626 --- --- --- 559 845 .662 --- --- --- 588 865 .680 --- --- --- 634 970 .654 --- --- --- 759 1184 .641 --- --- --- 671 1013 .662 --- --- --- 568 874 .650 --- --- --- 561 911 .616 --- --- --- 437 728 .600 --- --- --- 441 705 .626

--- --- --- 650 --- --- --- --- 2026 63.3 --- 1572 49.1 660 486 --- --- --- 2213 69.2 --- --- --- 510 --- --- --- --- 2434 73.8 --- 1311 45.2 606 --- --- --- --- 2128 73.4 --- 1660 51.9 646 --- --- --- --- 2433 76.0 --- 1738 59.9 565 --- --- --- --- 2271 78.3 --- 1713 59.1 504 --- --- --- --- 2270 78.3 --- 1676 59.9 511 --- --- --- --- 2025 72.3 --- 1516 52.3 522 --- --- --- --- 1931 66.6 --- 1282 49.3 473 --- --- --- --- 1727 66.4

228 71 299 7901 20600 .384 --- --- --- 5656 8795 .643

--- --- --- 5647 --- --- --- --- 21458 71.8

21 7 28 20 9 29 24 6 30 16 10 26 15 10 25 22 7 29 23 6 29 25 6 31 21 9 30 20 7 27

723 1736 .416 860 1987 .433 922 2056 .448 645 1516 .425 749 1596 .469 915 1979 .462 915 1974 .464 982 2091 .470 899 1936 .464 803 1767 .454

--- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---

--- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---

438 709 .618 452 720 .628 452 702 .644 390 593 .658 433 627 .691 453 634 .715 514 713 .721 562 797 .705 527 721 .731 376 576 .653

207 77 284 8413 18638 .451 --- --- --- 4597 6792 .677

19 8 27 18 9 27 13 13 26 13 13 26 20 9 29 10 16 26 14 13 27 16 11 27 19 10 29 19 10 29

--- 15075 53.1 4985 --- --- --- --- 21423 75.4

161 112 273 8337 17916 .465 --- --- --- 4105 5892 .697

--- 11718 42.9 5192 --- --- --- --- 20779 76.1

767 1674 .458 843 1718 .491 867 1702 .509 726 1474 .493 890 1798 .495 768 1525 .504 821 1678 .489 723 1562 .463 908 1854 .490 841 1772 .475

--- --- --- --- --- --- --- 74 77 88

--- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---

--- --- 1884 67.3 --- --- 2172 74.9 --- --- 2296 76.5 --- --- 1680 64.6 --- --- 1931 77.2 --- --- 2283 78.7 --- --- 2344 80.8 --- --- 2526 81.5 --- --- 2325 77.5 --- --- 1982 73.4

--- 1342 49.7 498 --- --- --- --- 2135 79.1 --- 1355 50.2 455 --- --- --- --- 2114 78.3 --- 1175 45.2 500 --- --- --- --- 1894 72.8 --- 1121 43.1 502 --- --- --- --- 2022 77.8 --- 1215 41.9 515 401 434 --- --- 2221 76.6 --- 1077 41.4 476 381 466 58 139 1905 73.3 --- 1108 41.0 537 428 485 80 143 2057 76.2 --- 1039 38.5 525 534 478 84 154 2043 75.7 --- 1155 39.8 590 585 511 117 146 2145 74.0 --- 1131 39.0 594 568 412 77 205 2243 77.3

27 29 30 28 32 29 30 28 31 29

--- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---

--- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---

499 736 .678 496 760 .653 458 648 .707 354 501 .707 385 527 .731 331 489 .677 449 624 .720 343 507 .677 391 575 .680 399 525 .760

13 14 18 11 21 9 18 10 21 11 19 10 17 13 13 15 13 18 12 17

818 1794 .456 809 1796 .450 718 1748 .411 834 1782 .468 918 1917 .479 787 1710 .460 804 1732 .464 850 1713 .496 877 1808 .485 922 1916 .481

--- 1418 50.6 457 --- 1591 54.9 494 --- 1568 52.3 541 --- 1142 43.9 436 --- 1225 49.0 490 --- 1421 49.0 494 --- 1452 50.1 493 --- 1544 49.8 555 --- 1406 46.9 542 --- 1308 48.4 483

--- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- 203 .365 232 .332 276 .319

372 504 .738 501 698 .718 470 686 .685 453 586 .773 518 706 .734 460 645 .713 500 677 .739 408 596 .685 418 603 .693 388 563 .689

165 128 293 8154 16757 .487 239 711 .336 4488 6264 .716

22 10 14 15 15 15 4 26 6 21 7 20 15 14 13 14 21 12 11 17

32 1026 2171 .473 261 666 .392 29 897 2063 .435 256 727 .352 30 768 1729 .444 198 582 .340 30 662 1665 .398 240 722 .332 27 691 1664 .415 235 698 .337 27 645 1591 .405 140 437 .320 29 725 1579 .459 142 467 .304 27 646 1504 .430 168 494 .340 33 862 1915 .450 182 486 .374 28 637 1611 .395 174 534 .326

128 164 292

22 9 21 13 21 11 24 6 24 9 18 11 14 17 19 12 23 11 27 8

7559 17492 .432 1996 6079 .328

31 34 32 30 33 29 31 31 34 35

752 819 814 738 780 639 715 737 820 831

1735 1854 1816 1638 1746 1554 1669 1654 1749 1972

.433 .442 .448 .439 .447 .411 .408 .446 .469 .421

218 254 224 227 207 224 187 196 203 190

590 .369 686 .370 629 .356 633 .359 644 .321 592 .378 495 .378 515 .381 542 .375 579 .328

556 774 .718 424 660 .642 416 599 .694 280 423 .662 328 518 .633 370 612 .605 453 712 .636 443 625 .709 605 843 .718 452 622 .727 4327 6388 .677

492 690 .713 526 718 .733 487 715 .681 479 670 .715 477 717 .665 375 519 .723 347 520 .667 405 583 .695 474 740 .641 487 753 .647

213 107 320 7645 17387 .440 2130 5905 .361 4549 6625 .687

25 12 37 1127 671 1798

909 2050 .443 256 744 .344

48918 110840

W L G 324 113 437 275 61 87 155 116 150 80

.441

4521 13173 .343

525 789 .665 28247 41545 .680

FG Att Pct 3Pt Att Pct

437 11800 29491 712 21005 44420 148 4044 9292 271 6638 15243 230 5431 12394

--- 1036 38.4 --- 1138 39.2 --- 1124 37.5 --- 938 33.5 --- 1056 33.0 --- 914 31.5 --- 1003 33.4 330 917 32.8 346 1039 33.5 334 979 33.8

537 626 597 500 610 525 539 516 515 522

472 379 484 483 560 438 455 455 504 433 503 363 555 401 424 371 563 440 535 359

69 130 78 145 89 151 90 156 81 178 73 147 79 158 68 156 84 145 91 161

1906 70.6 2187 75.4 2204 73.5 1905 68.0 2298 71.8 1996 68.8 2142 71.4 1928 68.9 2311 74.5 2158 74.

--- 10144 34.6 5487 5051 4122 802 1527 21035 71.8

414 1212 440 1211 320 1042 327 946 336 961 380 990 393 1153 359 991 485 1300 384 1018

37.9 41.8 34.7 31.5 35.6 36.7 39.8 36.7 39.4 36.4

676 616 578 540 564 587 539 533 593 526

584 471 517 536 447 531 378 413 395 455 338 501 406 549 342 426 444 475 355 440

84 282 67 279 66 232 51 128 35 184 51 132 89 131 70 133 69 183 81 203

2869 89.7 2474 85.3 2150 71.7 1844 61.5 1945 72.0 1800 66.7 2045 70.5 1903 70.5 2511 76.1 1900 67.9

3838 10824 37.1 5752 4206 4797 663 1887 21441 73.4

448 1153 446 1208 449 1278 403 1091 409 1266 333 976 379 1113 350 1032 382 1174 484 1328

37.2 35.5 39.9 36.4 38.4 33.7 35.9 33.3 34.5 37.9

559 615 600 529 577 586 582 604 612 672

412 429 517 482 546 433 452 397 489 467 387 380 411 434 385 437 394 441 485 475

70 215 85 206 106 185 88 159 94 150 56 170 87 154 90 145 88 167 124 227

2214 71.4 2418 71.1 2339 73.1 2182 72.7 2244 68.0 1877 64.7 1964 63.4 2075 66.9 2317 68.1 2339 66.8

4083 11619 36.3 5936 4478 4375 888 1778 21969 68.7

438 1433 38.7 729 544 535 128 237 2599 70.2 9369 71569

FT Att Pct

.400 — — — 7821 12146 .644 .473 — — — 11025 15597 .707 .435 1190 3395 .351 2004 2974 .674 .435 1729 4956 .349 4307 6207 .694 .438 1463 4111 .356 2864 4621 .620

39.8 33728 17666 16652 2897 6216 130708 72.7

OR Reb Avg PF Ast TO Blk Stl Pts Avg — 19412 — 28993 1837 5372 3747 10182 2775 8322

44.4 8065 40.7 13246 36.3 2974 37.6 5081 36.2 4362

— — 7952 6908 2321 2406 3812 4132 3095 3169

— — 1218 2314 303 1105 709 1547 667 1250

31421 71.9 53274 74.8 11282 76.2 19312 71.3 15415 67.0

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MODERN ERA OPPONENTS’ STATS Year Dayton Coach

W L G FG Att Pct 3Pt Att Pct

1949-50 Tom Blackburn 1950-51 Tom Blackburn 1951-52 Tom Blackburn 1952-53 Tom Blackburn 1953-54 Tom Blackburn 1954-55 Tom Blackburn 1955-56 Tom Blackburn 1956-57 Tom Blackburn 1957-58 Tom Blackburn 1958-59 Tom Blackburn

8 24 32 622 2079 .299 5 27 32 679 2308 .294 5 28 33 756 2522 .300 13 16 29 682 2085 .327 7 25 32 767 2303 .333 4 25 29 665 1963 .339 4 25 29 619 1967 .315 9 19 28 600 1744 .344 4 25 29 589 1696 .347 12 14 26 606 1601 .379

OR Reb Avg PF Ast TO Blk Stl Pts Avg --- --- --- 589 --- --- --- --- 1747 54.6 --- 1265 39.5 708 285 --- --- --- 1810 56.6 --- --- --- 360 --- --- --- --- 2075 62.9 --- 1077 37.1 637 --- --- --- --- 1980 68.3 --- 1165 36.4 758 --- --- --- --- 2186 68.3 --- 1230 42.4 694 --- --- --- --- 1948 67.2 --- 1232 42.5 533 --- --- --- --- 1803 62.2 --- 1195 42.7 550 --- --- --- --- 1715 61.3 --- 1166 40.2 523 --- --- --- --- 1640 56.6 --- 1088 41.8 502 --- --- --- --- 1668 64.2

The Fifties

71 228 299 6585 20268 .325 --- --- --- 5402 8398 .643 --- --- --- 5854 --- --- --- --- 18572 62.1

1959-60 Tom Blackburn 1960-61 Tom Blackburn 1961-62 Tom Blackburn 1962-63 Tom Blackburn 1963-64 Tom Blackburn 1964-65 Don Donoher 1965-66 Don Donoher 1966-67 Don Donoher 1967-68 Don Donoher 1968-69 Don Donoher

7 21 28 9 20 29 6 24 30 10 16 26 10 15 25 7 22 29 6 23 29 6 25 31 9 21 30 7 20 27

The Sixties

77 207 284 7363 18556 .397 --- --- --- 4374 6560 .667

--- 11594 40.8 5112 --- --- --- --- 19100 67.3

1969-70 Don Donoher 1970-71 Don Donoher 1971-72 Don Donoher 1972-73 Don Donoher 1973-74 Don Donoher 1974-75 Don Donoher 1975-76 Don Donoher 1976-77 Don Donoher 1977-78 Don Donoher 1978-79 Don Donoher

8 19 27 9 18 27 13 13 26 13 13 26 9 20 29 16 10 26 13 14 27 11 16 27 10 19 29 10 19 29

452 649 .696 363 561 .647 434 648 .670 333 493 .675 320 468 .684 340 465 .731 368 554 .664 347 509 .682 389 606 .642 451 674 .669

--- 1112 41.2 560 --- --- --- --- 1914 70.9 --- 1110 41.1 560 --- --- --- --- 1951 72.3 --- 1265 48.7 502 --- --- --- --- 1936 74.5 --- 1169 45.0 517 --- --- --- --- 2017 77.6 --- 1134 39.1 524 --- 473 --- --- 2042 70.4 --- 1088 41.8 508 372 426 --- --- 1972 75.8 --- 1144 42.4 560 426 473 83 154 2056 76.1 --- 1073 39.7 540 332 540 71 118 1897 70.3 --- 1164 40.1 558 366 555 76 123 1899 65.5 --- 1145 39.5 541 423 486 73 177 2051 70.7

112 161 273 7969 17916 .444 --- --- --- 3797 5627 .675

--- 11404 41.8 5370 --- --- --- --- 19735 72.3

The Seventies

1979-80 Don Donoher 1980-81 Don Donoher 1981-82 Don Donoher 1982-83 Don Donoher 1983-84 Don Donoher 1984-85 Don Donoher 1985-86 Don Donoher 1986-87 Don Donoher 1987-88 Don Donoher 1988-89 Don Donoher The Eighties

1989-90 Jim O’Brien 1990-91 Jim O’Brien 1991-92 Jim O’Brien 1992-93 Jim O’Brien 1993-94 Jim O’Brien 1994-95 Oliver Purnell 1995-96 Oliver Purnell 1996-97 Oliver Purnell 1997-98 Oliver Purnell 1998-99 Oliver Purnell The Nineties

1999-00 Oliver Purnell 2000-01 Oliver Purnell 2001-02 Oliver Purnell 2002-03 Oliver Purnell 2003-04 Brian Gregory 2004-05 Brian Gregory 2005-06 Brian Gregory 2006-07 Brian Gregory 2007-08 Brian Gregory 2008-09 Brian Gregory

14 13 27 11 18 29 9 21 30 10 18 28 11 21 32 10 19 29 13 17 30 15 13 28 18 13 31 17 12 29

627 1704 .368 728 1993 .365 763 1976 .386 608 1623 .375 706 1713 .412 815 1949 .418 809 1972 .410 855 2063 .414 773 1840 .420 679 1723 .394

731 1775 .412 794 1810 .439 751 1757 .427 842 1877 .449 861 1921 .448 816 1796 .454 844 1807 .467 775 1698 .456 755 1742 .433 800 1733 .462

710 1540 .461 830 1752 .474 838 1812 .462 706 1575 .448 891 1886 .472 753 1608 .468 797 1683 .474 733 1538 .477 961 1965 .489 856 1749 .489

128 165 293 8075 17108 .472

10 22 32 15 14 29 15 15 30 26 4 30 21 6 27 20 7 27 14 15 29 14 13 27 12 21 33 17 11 28 164 128 292

9 22 13 21 11 21 6 24 9 24 11 18 17 14 12 19 11 23 8 27

31 34 32 30 33 29 31 31 34 35

--- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---

--- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---

--- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---

--- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---

--- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- 82 214 .383 109 340 .321 127 340 .374

166 452 .367 165 497 .332 143 429 .333 209 551 .379 194 522 .372 146 387 .377 150 460 .326 147 372 .395 152 523 .291 149 385 .387

7884 17303 .456 1621 4578 .354

1710 1872 1793 1698 1876 1392 1616 1642 1753 1840

.427 .441 .400 .428 .409 .408 .403 .433 .430 .397

163 194 184 180 228 165 174 201 268 217

524 .311 556 .349 573 .321 375 .373 680 .335 507 .325 569 .306 600 .335 755 .355 696 .312

--- 1109 39.6 491 --- 1273 43.9 512 --- 1220 40.7 554 --- 1106 42.5 451 --- 1021 40.8 468 --- 1179 40.7 485 --- 1173 40.4 536 --- 1257 40.5 605 --- 1124 37.5 559 --- 1132 41.9 451

--- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---

--- --- 1677 59.9 --- --- 1919 66.2 --- --- 2031 67.7 --- --- 1617 62.2 --- --- 1842 73.7 --- --- 2032 70.1 --- --- 2035 70.2 --- --- 2172 70.1 --- --- 2005 66.8 --- --- 1770 65.6

388 555 .699 --- 1000 37.0 552 353 443 81 127 1808 67.0 453 649 .698 --- 1052 36.3 635 413 459 81 171 2113 72.9 388 585 .663 --- 1098 36.6 628 390 455 74 172 2064 68.8 319 470 .679 --- 874 31.2 559 323 434 66 197 1731 61.8 399 605 .660 --- 1106 34.6 634 446 457 94 178 2181 68.2 354 514 .689 --- 933 32.2 589 439 400 86 181 1860 64.1 449 614 .731 --- 966 32.2 577 438 430 73 185 2043 68.1 442 600 .737 331 943 33.7 569 432 392 101 177 1990 71.1 424 617 .687 412 1118 36.1 590 570 415 100 210 2455 79.2 421 626 .673 374 1089 37.6 529 559 397 78 163 2260 77.9

318 894 .356 4037 5835 .692

995 2027 .491 875 1902 .460 780 1727 .452 756 1581 .478 743 1634 .455 757 1574 .481 734 1731 .424 675 1513 .446 883 2028 .435 686 1586 .433

731 826 717 726 767 568 651 711 753 730

423 636 .665 463 703 .659 505 721 .700 401 585 .685 430 628 .685 402 620 .648 417 621 .671 462 711 .650 459 691 .664 412 644 .640

519 748 .694 513 727 .706 444 653 .680 429 622 .690 449 665 .675 433 660 .656 413 618 .668 373 579 .644 436 649 .672 385 557 .691 4394 6478 .678

388 557 .697 450 611 .736 422 609 .693 375 523 .717 365 560 .652 475 649 .732 440 636 .692 428 596 .718 410 581 .706 473 679 .697

--- 10179 34.7 5862 4363 4282 834 1761 20505 70.0

405 1271 39.7 662 392 1259 43.4 594 322 1062 35.4 560 308 1076 35.9 453 366 1109 41.1 489 326 1025 38.0 541 340 932 32.1 598 312 907 33.6 528 449 1138 34.5 705 362 1041 37.2 563

654 594 118 168 2675 83.6 591 612 104 215 2428 83.7 480 512 106 204 2147 71.6 452 399 83 152 2150 71.7 401 453 80 176 2129 78.9 417 451 83 165 2093 77.5 362 391 90 218 2031 70.0 355 388 108 173 1870 69.3 416 438 127 200 2354 71.3 343 466 127 182 1906 68.1

3582 10820 37.1 5693 4471 4704 1026 1853 21783 74.6

371 1013 365 1056 345 1014 361 946 356 1037 276 652 337 1001 344 1018 307 1008 364 1166

32.7 31.1 31.7 31.5 31.4 32.0 32.3 32.8 29.6 33.3

605 629 642 584 650 502 531 595 659 638

377 450 418 439 354 397 360 356 404 348 340 418 349 397 413 439 441 437 409 515

98 180 116 185 107 179 83 175 82 218 86 142 125 156 103 163 111 166 136 171

2013 64.9 2296 67.5 2040 63.8 2007 66.9 2127 64.5 1776 61.2 1916 61.8 2051 66.2 2184 64.2 2150 61.4

The 2000s 2009-10 Brian Gregory

107 213 320 7180 17303 .415 1974 5835 .338 4226 6001 .704 3426 9911 31.0 6035 3865 4196 1047 1735 20560 64.3 12 25 37 778 1981 .393 217 710 .306 532 810 .657 374 1217 32.9 702 412 520 117 227 2305 62.3

Opp Totals Since 1949-50

671 1127 1798 45890 111269 .412 4358 12697 .343 27117 40269 .673

UNIVERSITYOFDAYTON

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FT Att Pct

--- --- --- 503 820 .613 --- --- --- 452 738 .612 --- --- --- 563 879 .641 --- --- --- 616 947 .650 --- --- --- 652 997 .654 --- --- --- 618 947 .653 --- --- --- 565 850 .665 --- --- --- 515 831 .620 --- --- --- 462 721 .641 --- --- --- 456 668 .683

Under Blackburn (15 seasons) Under Donoher (25 seasons ) Under O’Brien (5 seasons) Under Purnell (9 seasons) Under Gregory (7 seasons)

W L G FG Att Pct 3Pt Att Pct 113 324 437 10017 29277 .342 --- --- --- 275 437 712 19975 44571 .448 --- --- --- 87 61 148 4149 8871 .468 877 2451 .358 116 155 271 6735 15505 .434 1465 4155 .353 80 150 230 4958 12100 .410 1470 4517 .325

8851 65580 36.5 35278 15719 17003 3409 6366 124687 69.3

FT Att Pct OR Reb Avg PF Ast TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 7624 11671 .653 --- 15147 34.7 8330 285 --- --- --- 27658 63.3 9986 14749 .677 --- 27448 38.6 13868 6282 --- --- --- 50254 70.6 2354 3415 .689 1793 5777 39.0 2758 2578 2570 491 915 11529 77.9 3675 5363 .685 3231 9072 33.5 5395 3402 3776 939 1657 18610 68.7 3123 4511 .692 2358 7101 30.9 4277 2778 3074 760 1243 14509 63.1


2009-2010 UNIVERSITY OF DAYTON MEN’S BASKETBALL

TEAM SEASON MARKS MOST GAMES PLAYED, OVERALL 1 2009-10 2 2008-09 3 2007-08 2000-01 5 1951-52 2003-04 7 2001-02 1989-90 1983-84 1953-54 1950-51 1949-50

G W L 37 25 12 35 27 8 34 23 11 34 21 13 33 28 5 33 24 9 32 21 11 32 22 10 32 21 11 32 25 7 32 27 5 32 24 8

MOST GAMES PLAYED, HOME 1 1977-78 2 1989-90 3 2009-10 2008-09 2007-08 2003-04 2002-03 2000-01 1990-91 1984-85 1981-82 1978-79 1976-77

G W 20 17 19 16 18 16 18 18 18 15 18 15 18 17 18 12 18 11 18 15 18 16 18 15 18 12

L 3 3 2 0 3 3 1 6 7 3 2 3 6

MOST GAMES PLAYED, ROAD G W L 1 2009-10 19 9 10 2 2008-09 17 9 7 1951-52 17 13 4 4 2000-01 16 9 7 1999-00 16 9 7 1983-84 16 7 9 1966-67 16 12 4 1953-54 16 10 6 1950-51 16 12 4

MOST GAMES PLAYED, IN OVERTIME

G W L 1 1987-88 5 2 3 1983-84 5 2 3 1980-81 5 3 2 1952-53 5 3 2

BEST WINNING PERCENTAGE, OVERALL 1 1957-58 1955-56 1954-55 1951-52 1950-51

W 25 25 25 28 27

L Pct 4 86.2 4 86.2 4 86.2 5 84.8 5 84.4

BEST WINNING PERCENTAGE, HOME 1 2008-09 2 1949-50 3 1959-60

W 18 16 14

L Pct 0 100.0 0 100.0 0 100.0

BEST WINNING PERCENTAGE, ROAD 1 1957-58 1955-56 1954-55 4 1951-52

W 11 11 11 13

L Pct 3 78.6 3 78.6 3 78.6 4 76.5

MOST WINS, OVERALL 1 1951-52 2 1950-51 2008-09 4 2009-10 1966-67 1957-58 1955-56 1954-55 1953-54 10 2002-03 1961-62 1949-50 2003-04 14 1965-66 2007-08 16 1999-00 1989-90 1964-65 19 1983-84 1981-82 1967-68 1959-60 2000-01 2001-02

G W L 33 28 5 32 27 5 35 27 8 37 25 12 31 25 6 29 25 4 29 25 4 29 25 4 32 25 7 30 24 6 30 24 6 32 24 8 33 24 9 29 23 6 34 23 11 31 22 9 32 22 10 29 22 7 32 21 11 30 21 9 30 21 9 28 21 7 34 21 13 32 21 11

MOST WINS, HOME 1 2008-09 2 2002-03 1977-78 4 2009-10 1989-90 1981-82

G W 18 18 18 17 20 17 18 16 19 16 18 16

MOST WINS, ROAD

G W 1 1951-52 17 13 2 1966-67 16 12 1950-51 16 12 4 Three times 11

L 0 1 3 2 3 4

L 4 4 4

MOST LOSSES, OVERALL 1 1992-93 2 1993-94 3 1994-95 4 1987-88 5 1998-99 1988-89

G W L 30 4 26 27 6 21 27 7 20 31 13 18 28 11 17 29 12 17

MOST LOSSES, HOME

G W L 1 1992-93 15 3 12 2 1993-94 16 6 10 3 1994-95 16 7 9 1974-75 17 8 9 5 1988-89 17 9 8 1987-88 16 8 8

POINTS, HIGHEST AVERAGE 1 1989-90 2 1990-91 3 1966-67 4 1965-66 5 1969-70

G Pts Avg 32 2869 89.7 29 2474 85.3 31 2526 81.5 29 2344 80.8 27 2135 79.1

POINTS, FEWEST OVERALL 1 1947-48 2 1962-63 3 1948-49 4 1958-59 5 1994-95

G Pts Avg 26 1435 55.2 26 1680 64.6 30 1685 56.2 26 1727 66.4 27 1800 66.7

POINTS, LOWEST AVERAGE 1 1947-48 2 1948-49 3 1992-93 4 1949-50 5 2007-08

G Pts Avg 26 1435 55.2 30 1685 56.2 30 1844 61.5 32 2026 63.3 34 2184 64.2

POINTS, ADVANTAGE 1 1955-56 2 1966-67 3 1954-55 4 1956-57 5 1951-52

UD Opp Marg 78.3 62.2 16.1 81.5 70.1 11.4 78.3 67.2 11.1 72.3 61.3 11.0 73.8 62.9 10.9

POINTS, DEFICIT 1 1994-95 2 1992-93 3 1987-88 4 1988-89 5 1974-75

UD Opp Marg 66.7 77.5 10.8 61.5 71.7 10.2 74.5 79.2 4.7 74.4 77.9 3.5 73.3 75.8 2.5

FIELD GOALS, MOST MADE 1 1989-90 2 1966-67 3 1951-52 4 1978-79 1961-62

G FGM Per 32 1026 32.1 31 982 31.7 33 923 28.0 29 922 31.8 30 922 30.7

FIELD GOALS, MOST ATTEMPTED 1 1951-52 2 1950-51 3 1953-54 4 1989-90 5 1949-50

G FGA Per 33 2422 73.4 32 2273 71.0 32 2183 68.2 32 2171 67.8 32 2137 66.8

FIELD GOALS, BEST ACCURACY

THREE-POINTERS, MOST MADE 1 1989-90 2 2009-10 1990-91 4 2000-01 5 1992-93

G 3PM Per 32 261 8.16 37 256 6.92 29 256 8.83 34 254 7.47 30 240 8.00

THREE-POINTERS, MOST ATTEMPTED 1 2009-10 2 1990-91 3 1992-93 4 1993-94 5 2000-01

G 3PA Per 37 744 20.1 29 727 25.1 30 722 24.1 27 698 25.9 34 686 21.2

THREE-POINTERS, BEST ACCURACY

3PM 3PA Pct 1 1988-89 261 666 39.2 2 2006-07 196 515 38.1 3 2004-05 224 392 37.8 4 2007-08 203 542 37.5 5 1997-98 182 486 37.4

THREE-POINTERS, WORST ACCURACY

STEALS, MOST 1 1989-90 2 1990-91 3 2009-10 3 1991-92 4 2008-09 5 1999-00

G STL Per 32 282 8.81 29 279 9.62 37 237 6.41 30 232 7.73 35 227 6.49 31 215 6.94

REBOUNDS, MOST OVERALL 1 1954-55 2 1955-56 3 1956-57 4 1953-54 5 1960-61

G Reb Per 29 1738 59.9 29 1713 59.1 28 1676 59.9 32 1660 51.9 29 1591 54.9

REBOUNDS, MOST OFFENSIVE 1 2008-09 2 1997-98 3 2001-02 4 1999-00 5 2000-01

G OReb Per 35 487 13.9 33 485 14.7 32 449 14.0 31 448 14.5 34 446 13.1

REBOUNDS, ADVANTAGE

3PM 3PA Pct 1 1995-96 142 467 30.4 2 1988-89 88 276 31.9 3 1994-95 140 437 32.0

1 1956-57 1954-55 3 1955-56 4 1953-54 5 1959-60

FREE THROWS, MOST MADE

REBOUNDS, DEFICIT

1 1953-54 2 1954-55 3 1952-53 4 1997-98 5 1951-52

G FTM Per 32 759 23.7 29 671 23.1 29 634 21.9 33 605 18.3 33 588 17.8

FREE THROWS, MOST ATTEMPTED 1 1953-54 2 1954-55 3 1952-53 4 1956-57 5 1955-56

G FTA Per 32 1184 37.0 29 1013 34.9 29 970 33.4 28 911 32.5 29 874 30.1

FREE THROWS, BEST ACCURACY FTM FTA Pct 1 1982-83 453 586 77.3 2 1978-79 399 525 76.0 3 1985-86 500 677 73.9 4 1979-80 372 504 73.8 5 1983-84 518 706 73.4

1 1993-94 2 2000-01 1992-93 4 1988-89 5 1971-72

UD Opp Marg 59.9 42.7 17.2 59.6 42.4 17.2 59.1 42.5 16.6 51.9 36.4 15.5 50.6 39.1 11.5

UD Opp Marg 35.6 41.1 5.5 35.5 31.1 4.4 31.5 35.9 4.4 33.8 37.6 3.8 45.2 48.7 3.5

BLOCKED SHOTS, MOST 1 2009-10 2 2008-09 3 1977-78 4 2001-02 5 1988-89

G Blks Per 37 128 3.46 35 124 3.54 29 117 4.03 32 106 3.31 29 91 3.14

TURNOVERS, MOST 1 1995-96 2 1990-91 3 2009-10 4 1991-92 5 1977-78

G TOs Per 29 549 18.9 29 536 18.5 37 535 14.5 30 531 17.7 29 511 17.6

TURNOVERS, FEWEST

FREE THROWS, WORST ACCURACY

MOST LOSSES, ROAD

FGM FGA Pct 1 1981-82 867 1702 50.9 2 1984-85 768 1525 50.4 3 1976-77 850 1713 49.6 4 1983-84 890 1798 49.5 5 1982-83 726 1474 49.3

FTM FTA Pct 1 1947-48 289 509 56.8 2 1948-49 331 562 58.9 3 1957-58 437 728 60.3

1 1988-89 2 1984-85 3 2004-05 4 1986-87 5 2002-03

POINTS, MOST OVERALL

FIELD GOALS, WORST ACCURACY

ASSISTS, MOST

TURNOVERS, MOST FORCED

G W L 1 1992-93 15 1 14 2 Six times 11

1 1989-90 2 2009-10 3 1966-67 4 1997-98 5 1990-91

G Pts Avg 32 2869 89.7 37 2599 70.2 31 2526 81.5 33 2511 76.1 29 2474 85.3

FGM FGA Pct 1 1947-48 573 1768 32.4 2 1952-53 747 2058 36.3 3 1950-51 827 2273 36.4

1 1977-78 2 1989-90 3 1978-79 4 1987-88 5 1981-82

G Asts Per 29 585 20.2 32 584 18.3 29 568 19.6 31 563 18.2 30 560 18.5

1 1990-91 2 1989-90 3 1977-78 4 1976-77 5 2009-10

G TOs Per 29 359 12.4 29 363 12.5 29 380 13.1 28 371 13.3 30 397 13.2

G TOs Per 29 612 21.1 32 594 18.6 29 555 19.1 27 540 20.0 37 520 14.1

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TEAM STREAKS LONGEST WINNING STREAKS, OVERALL 1 2 3 4 5 6 9 10 12 13

Streak Began 36 1910 W over Piqua 1913 L to Ohio State 23 1906 W over Springfield High 20 Jan 1, 1952 W over Southern Miss 19 Jan 29, 1968 W over Loyola/La. 16 Dec 30, 1957 W over Seattle 14 Feb 15, 1962 W over Portland 14 Dec 1, 1955 W over Pepperdine 14 Jan 19, 1955 W over West. Kentucky 13 Nov 21, 2007 W over Toledo 12 Feb 7, 1951 W over Loyola/Md. 12 Dec 16, 1950 W over Berea 11 Feb 10, 1990 W over Marquette 10 Dec 11, 1978 W over Cal Poly 10 1949 W over Cedarville

LONGEST WINNING STREAKS, TO START THE SEASON 1 3 4 5 7

Streak Began 14 Dec 1, 1955 W over Pepperdine 14 1906 W over Springfield High 13 1911 W over Medway College 11 1912 W over Lafayette 10 1949 W over Cedarville 10 1910 W over Lebanon 9 Nov 30, 1968 W over Baldwin-Wallace 9 1907 W over Springfield High 9 Nov 21, 2003 W over Pepperdine

MOST POINTS, TWO STRAIGHT GAMES Ended 1908 L to Earlham Mar 15, 1952 L to La Salle Dec 14, 1968 L to Louisville Mar 4, 1958 L to Cincinnati Dec 13, 1962 L to Niagara Jan 28, 1956 L to Louisville Mar 18, 1955 L to Duquesne Jan 16, 2008 L to Massachusetts Mar 17, 1951 L to BYU Feb 5, 1951 L to Youngstown Mar 18, 1990 L to Arkansas Jan 16, 1979 L to Louisville 1949-50 L to Loyola/Ill.

Ended Jan 28, 1956 L to Louisville ended season with 14-0 record ended season with 13-0 record ended season with 11-0 record 49-50 L to Loyola/Ill. ended season with 10-0 record Jan 4, 1969 L to Xavier 1908 L to Earlham Dec 23, 2003 L to Cincinnati

1 2 4 5 6 7

Streak Began 30 Mar 8, 2008 W over Saint Joseph’s 21 Dec 2, 1959 W over Central State 20 Jan 20, 1964 W over Chattanooga 18 Dec 14, 1957 W over St. Mary’s 17 Dec 6, 1950 W over Bowling Green 16 Jan 13, 1961 W over Central State 15 Jan 29, 1968 W over Loyola/La. 15 Jan 19, 1955 W over W. Kentucky 15 Dec 15, 1951 W over C. Missouri St. 15 Dec 17, 1984 W over Central Florida

LONGEST WINNING STREAKS, ROAD GAMES (SINCE 1947) 1 2 3

Streak Began 10 Jan 18, 1952 W over Loyola, Ill. 9 Jan 8, 1955 W over Villanova 8 Feb 17, 1968 W over DePaul 8 Dec 30, 1957 W over Seattle 8 Dec 10, 1955 W over Toledo

LONGEST LOSING STREAKS, OVERALL 1 2 5 6 8

Streak Began 12 1930 L to Wittenberg 11 Feb 5, 1995 L to DePaul 11 Dec 30, 1993 L to Miami/Ohio 11 1946 L to Wright Field 10 Dec 19, 1992 L to Michigan State 9 1935 L to Ohio University 9 1934 L to Cincinnati 8 Jan 12, 1977 L to Cincinnati 8 1938 L to Wittenberg

LONGEST LOSING STREAKS, HOME GAMES (SINCE 1947) 1 3 4 5

Streak Began 7 Dec 30, 1993 L to Miami/Ohio 7 Dec 22, 1992 L to Tennessee 5 Jan 15, 1977 L to Detroit 4 Feb 8, 1975 L to Chattanooga 3 five times The longest UD Fieldhouse losing streak was two on four occasions.

LONGEST LOSING STREAKS, ROAD GAMES (SINCE 1947) 1 2 4  

Streak Began 30 Jan 30, 1993 L to Detroit 9 Dec 15, 1979 L to Michigan 9 Mar 1, 1975 L to Notre Dame 8 Jan 11, 1997 L to La Salle 8 Mar 12, 1992 L to Loyola/Ill. 8 Feb 18, 1986 L to St. Peter’s

Ended Jan 26, 2010 L to Rhode Island Jan 7, 1961 L to DePaul Feb 16, 1966 L to Loyola,/Ill. Jan 3, 1959 L to BYU Dec 5, 1951 L to Louisville Feb 10, 1962 L to Detroit Jan 20, 1969 L to W. Kentucky Jan 28, 1956 L to Louisville Dec 10, 1952 L to Miami/Ohio Mar 9, 1985 L to Notre Dame

7 8 9 10

Ended Mar 15, 1952 L to La Salle Mar 18, 1955 L to Duquesne Dec 14, 1968 L to Louisville Mar 4, 1958 L to Cincinnati Feb 17, 1956 L to Louisville

1 2 3 4 6 8

Ended Feb 13, 1994 W over St. Louis Feb 4, 1993 W over Duquesne Feb 5, 1977 W over Chattanooga Nov 29, 1975 W over Ashland

Ended Nov 25, 1995 W over LSU Dec 4, 1980 W over Miami/Ohio Feb 9, 1976 W over W. Kentucky Nov 28, 1997 W over Penn Jan 28, 1993 W over Loyola/Ill. Jan 15, 1987 W over Detroit

Began (Points) Dec 10, 1966 vs. E. Kentucky (104) Dec 27, 1993 vs. Central Conn (118) Feb 9, 1961 vs. Seton Hall (112) Nov 23, 1990 vs. Illinois State (109) Feb 28, 1990 vs. Notre Dame (97) Feb 4, 1961 at Memphis (96) Dec 15, 1990 vs. Southern (112) Feb 3, 1965 vs. Xavier (112) Dec 27, 1989 vs. Southern (105) Dec 23, 1989 vs. Miami/Ohio (97) Feb 15, 1967 vs. No. Illinois (101)

Total Pts 306 302 300 298 298 297 297 296 296 296

Began (Points) Feb 4, 1961 at Memphis (96) Dec 27, 1989 vs. Southern (105) Dec 23, 1989 vs. Miami/Ohio (97) Mar 3, 1990 vs. Xavier (111) Feb 28, 1990 vs. Notre Dame (97) Dec 27, 1993 vs. Central Conn (118) Dec 15, 1990 vs. Southern (112) Dec 22, 1993 vs. VMI (85) Feb 24, 1990 at Detroit (88) Dec 10, 1966 vs. E. Kentucky (104)

MOST POINTS, FOUR STRAIGHT GAMES 1 2 3 4 5 8 9 10

Total Pts 401 399 396 395 386 386 386 384 382 380

Began (Points) Dec 15, 1990 vs. Southern (112) Dec 23, 1989 vs. Miami/Ohio (97) Mar 3, 1990 vs. Xavier (111) Feb 28, 1990 vs. Notre Dame (97) Feb 24, 1990 at Detroit (88) Dec 27, 1989 vs. Southern (105) Dec 20, 1989 at DePaul (86) Feb 22, 1990 at Butler (88) Dec 10, 1966 vs. E. Kentucky (104) Feb 15, 1967 vs. No. Illinois (101)

MOST POINTS, FIVE STRAIGHT GAMES 1 2 3 4 6 7

Ended 1931 W over Cedarville Nov 25, 1996 W over LSU Feb 13, 1994 W over St. Louis 1947 W over Youngstown Jan 28, 1993 W over Loyola/Ill. 1935 W over Middletown Elks 1935 W over Wilmington Feb 5, 1977 W over Chattanooga 1939 W over Cincinnati

Total Pts 215 211 210 208 208 208 206 205 203 202 202

MOST POINTS, THREE STRAIGHT GAMES

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1 2 3 4

LONGEST WINNING STREAKS, HOME GAMES (SINCE 1947)

9 10

Total Pts 493 485 484 483 483 482 478 478 476 474

Began (Points) Feb 28, 1990 vs. Notre Dame (97) Dec 20, 1989 at DePaul (86) Mar 3, 1990 vs. Xavier (111) Feb 24, 1990 at Detroit (88) Dec 23, 1989 vs. Miami/Ohio (97) Dec 10, 1966 vs. E. Kentucky (104) Dec 6, 1990 at Miami/Ohio (77) Mar 10, 1990 vs. Xavier (98) Mar 9, 1990 vs. Loyola/Ill. (97) Three times

Ended (Points) Dec 15, 1966 vs. Tampa (111) Dec 30, 1993 vs. Miami/Ohio (93) Feb 11, 1961 vs. Creighton (98) Nov 24, 1990 vs. Towson (99) Mar 3, 1990 vs. Xavier (111) Feb 9, 1961 vs. Seton Hall (112) Dec 19, 1990 vs. Robt. Morris (94) Feb 6, 1965 vs. Stetson (93) Dec 30, 1989 vs. Bradley (98) Dec 27, 1989 vs. Southern (105) Feb 18, 1967 at Loyola/La. (101)

Ended (Points) Feb 11, 1961 vs. Creighton (98) Jan 6, 1990 vs. Wright State (99) Dec 30, 1989 vs. Bradley (98) Mar 9, 1990 vs. Loyola/Ill. (97) Mar 8, 1990 vs. Detroit (90) Jan 3, 1994 vs. DePaul (86) Dec 22, 1990 vs. Bradley (91) Dec 30, 1993 vs. Miami/Ohio (93) Mar 3, 1990 vs. Xavier (111) Dec 17, 1966 vs. Louisville (81)

Ended (Points) Dec 27, 1990 vs. Texas So. (104) Jan 6, 1990 vs. Wright State (99) Mar 10, 1990 vs. Xavier (98) Mar 9, 1990 vs. Loyola/Ill. (97) Mar 8, 1990 vs. Detroit (90) Jan 11, 1990, vs. Marquette (84) Dec 30, 1989 vs. Bradley (98) Mar 3, 1990 vs. Xavier (111) Dec 20, 1966 vs. E. Carolina (86) Feb 25, 1967 vs. Chattanooga (98)

Ended (Points) Mar 10, 1990 vs. Xavier (98) Jan 6, 1990 vs. Wright State (99) Mar 16, 1990 vs. Illinois (88) Mar 9, 1990 vs. Loyola/Ill. (97) Jan 11, 1990 vs. Marquette (84) Dec 23, 1966 at Loyola/Ill. (100) Dec 27, 1990 vs. Texas So. (104) Nov 24, 1990 vs. Towson (99) Nov 23, 1990 vs. Illinois St. (109)


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SINGLE-GAME MARKS MOST POINTS BY THE FLYERS

Date Opponent Dec 27, 1967 Portland Jan 27, 1979 Ashland Dec 27, 1993 Central Conn. Feb 21, 1991 Butler Dec 15, 1990 Southern Nov 27, 1982 Otterbein Feb 3, 1965 Xavier Feb 9, 1961 vs Seton Hall Mar 3, 1990 Xavier Jan 9, 1971 Loyola/La. Dec 15, 1966 Tampa Dec 29, 1997 Prairie View Dec 19, 1995 Chicago State Feb 3, 1973 at Loyola/Ill. Feb 2, 1971 Eastern Kentucky Nov 23, 1990 Illinois State Dec 3, 1988 Central Florida Feb 20, 1981 Duquesne 3ot Mar 5, 1966 Detroit Dec 11, 1954 Bowling Green Dec 1, 1979 Ashland Mar 10, 1978 Fairfield NIT Dec 14, 1991 Mount St. Mary’s Dec 16, 1987 Rollins Dec 18, 1972 Auburn

MOST POINTS AGAINST THE FLYERS

Date Opponent Dec 24, 1987 vs Oklahoma Feb 12, 1995 at Cincinnati Dec 15, 1990 Southern Dec 27, 1989 Southern Mar 14, 1974 vs UCLA 3ot NCAA Feb 18, 1989 at Evansville Mar 3, 1990 Xavier Feb 25, 1954 at Bowling Green Dec 13, 1975 at Michigan Jan 4, 1971 at Houston Jan 2, 1971 at UCLA Dec 28, 1961 vs Wisconsin Dec 29, 1988 at Bradley Dec 17, 1988 Ohio State Dec 18, 1964 vs Illinois Dec 31, 1954 vs UCLA

MOST POINTS BY BOTH TEAMS

UD Op 124 68 120 90 118 60 116 98 112 116 112 77 112 81 112 77 111 108 111 94 111 64 110 52 110 76 110 89 110 86 109 69 109 77 109 100 109 80 109 39 108 71 108 93 107 81 106 74 106 63

UD Op 99 151 63 116 112 116 105 114 100 111 83 109 111 108 73 107 80 106 80 106 82 106 93 105 86 104 76 104 86 104 92 104

Date Opponent UD Op Tot Dec 24, 1987 vs Oklahoma 99 151 250 Dec 15, 1990 Southern 112 116 228 Mar 3, 1990 Xavier 111 108 219 Dec 27, 1989 Southern 105 114 219 Feb 21, 1991 Butler 116 98 214 Mar 14, 1974 vs UCLA 3ot NCAA 100 111 211 Jan 27, 1979 Ashland 120 90 210 Feb 20, 1981 Duquesne 3ot 109 100 209 Jan 9, 1971 Loyola/La. 111 94 205 Nov 25, 1989 Fairleigh Dickinson 105 97 202 Mar 10, 1978 Fairfield NIT 108 93 201 Jan 6, 1990 Wright State 99 101 200 Feb 3, 1973 at Loyola/Ill. 110 89 199 Dec 28, 1961 vs Wisconsin 93 105 198 Feb 20, 1996 at Xavier 95 102 197 Jan 4, 1964 Xavier 94 103 197 Feb 2, 1971 Eastern Kentucky 110 86 196 Dec 31, 1954 vs UCLA 92 104 196 Nov 23, 1991 Austin Peay 101 94 195 Jan 24, 1991 at Butler 95 100 195

FEWEST POINTS BY THE FLYERS (SINCE 1950) Date Opponent Feb 20, 1993 at Evansville Dec 28, 1959 at North Carolina State Dec 20, 1962 at Cincinnati Jan 18, 1997 George Washington Jan 14, 1995 St. Louis Feb 11, 1978 Cincinnati Feb 24, 2010 at Temple Mar 7, 1983 at Notre Dame Dec 23, 1964 Army Nov 21, 2005 at Miami Mar 21, 2001 Detroit NIT Mar 17, 1951 vs Brigham Young NIT Jan 24, 2008 at Xavier Jan 6, 1993 at Marquette Jan 29, 1972 Wittenberg Jan 16, 1963 Wittenberg Feb 11, 2006 Saint Louis Jan 11, 1996 Temple Mar 10, 1994 vs Saint Louis Jan 12, 1994 at Xavier Feb 13, 1993 at Xavier Mar 16, 1981 at Purdue NIT Jan 19, 1961 Wittenberg

FEWEST POINTS AGAINST THE FLYERS

Date Opponent Jan 9, 1978 Roanoke Dec 29, 2001 Miami/Ohio Dec 28, 1959 at North Carolina State Dec 23, 1964 Army Dec 14, 2007 Coppin State Jan 5, 2010 Ball State Dec 1, 1955 Pepperdine Dec 19, 1957 Fordham Jan 30, 2008 Saint Louis Feb 1, 1956 Loyola/Ill. Nov 24, 2002 Delaware State Nov 23, 2008 Bethune-Cookman Dec 11, 1954 Bowling Green Nov 28, 1951 Berea Jan 6, 2009 Miami/Ohio Jan 3, 1950 Marshall Dec 8, 1950 at Anderson Feb 11, 1956 St. Francis/Pa. Dec 18, 1956 Cal St.-Los Angeles Dec 7, 1957 Ball State Dec 17, 1957 Ohio University Jan 19, 1982 Jersey City State Feb 10, 1992 Brooklyn Dec 1, 2001 Morehead State Jan 7, 1950 Loyola/Md. Feb 12, 1950 Xavier Feb 21, 1950 Miami/Ohio Feb 23, 1951 at John Carroll Dec 22, 1962 Miami/Ohio Jan 29, 1972 Wittenberg Feb 11, 1978 Cincinnati Nov 27, 2005 Coppin State

FEWEST POINTS BY BOTH TEAMS

UD Op 36 71 36 32 37 44 38 59 39 82 40 42 41 49 41 53 41 33 42 58 42 59 43 62 43 69 44 82 44 42 45 48 46 44 46 62 46 80 46 57 46 53 46 50 46 45

UD Op 53 22 60 23 36 32 41 33 66 34 59 35 75 35 64 35 63 36 75 37 65 38 78 38 109 39 77 40 45 40 68 41 71 41 76 41 78 41 58 41 58 41 63 41 80 41 85 41 68 42 59 42 56 42 73 42 47 42 44 42 40 42 55 42

Date Opponent UD Op Tot Dec 28, 1959 at North Carolina State 36 32 68 Dec 23, 1964 Army 41 33 74 Jan 9, 1978 Roanoke 53 22 75 Dec 20, 1962 at Cincinnati 37 44 81 Feb 11, 1978 Cincinnati 40 42 82 Dec 29, 2001 Miami/Ohio 60 23 83 Jan 6, 2009 Miami/Ohio 45 40 85 Jan 29, 1972 Wittenberg 44 42 86 Dec 22, 1962 Miami/Ohio 47 42 89 Feb 24, 2010 at Temple 41 49 90 Jan 11, 1958 at Canisius 47 43 90 Jan 19, 1961 Wittenberg 46 45 91 Jan 16, 1963 Wittenberg 45 48 93 Jan 5, 2010 Ball State 59 35 94 Feb 3, 1955 at Murray State 49 45 94 Mar 7, 1983 at Notre Dame 41 53 94 Mar 16, 1981 at Purdue NIT 46 50 96 Jan 18, 1997 George Washington 38 59 97 Dec 2, 1950 C. Missouri State 47 50 97 Feb 15, 1962 Portland 50 47 97 Nov 27, 2005 Coppin State 55 42 97

WIDEST GAME MARGINS BY THE FLYERS

Date Opponent UD Op Marg 1906-07 Cedarville 80 0 80 1912-13 Lafayette 75 1 74 Dec 11, 1954 Bowling Green 109 39 70 1912-13 Wilmington 80 11 69 1909-10 Springfield High 74 10 64 1906-07 Springfield High 76 13 63 Dec 29, 1997 Prairie View A&M 110 52 58 Dec 27, 1993 Central Conn. 118 60 58 Dec 27, 1967 Portland 124 68 56 1934-35 Griffin College 90 35 55 Jan 1948 Concordia 100 47 53 Dec 29, 1969 Portland 99 48 51 Dec 1, 1951 Evansville 98 49 49 Dec 17, 1949 at Chattanooga 87 39 48 1915-16 Defiance 61 13 48 Dec 15, 1966 Tampa 111 64 47 1910-11 Cedarville 55 8 47 1908-09 Athletians 58 13 45 Feb 14, 1957 Regis 97 53 44 Jan 1948 Rio Grande 77 33 44 Dec 1, 2001 Morehead State 85 41 44 Jan 12, 2002 at Duquesne 88 44 44 Dec 18, 1972 Auburn 106 63 43 Dec 1, 1970 Baldwin-Wallace 90 47 43 Feb 27, 1957 Toledo 90 47 43 Dec 28, 1956 vs Duquesne 88 45 43 1926-27 Antioch 53 10 43 Jan 17, 1966 St. Francis/Pa. 98 56 42 Feb 15, 1967 Northern Illinois 101 60 41 Dec 2, 1961 Christian Brothers 95 54 41 Nov 23, 2008 Bethune-Cookman 78 38 40 Nov 23, 1990 Illinois State 109 69 40 Dec 1, 1955 Pepperdine 75 35 40 Dec 6, 1952 Manchester 105 65 40

WIDEST GAME MARGINS AGAINST THE FLYERS

Date Opponent UD Op Marg Feb 12, 1995 at Cincinnati 63 116 53 Dec 24, 1987 vs Oklahoma 99 151 52 1909-10 Turners 22 72 50 1945-46 Marshall 42 88 46 1945-46 Bradley 42 87 45 Feb 28, 1948 at Miami/Ohio 45 89 44 Jan 14, 1995 Saint Louis 39 82 43 1913-14 Denison 9 51 42 1946-47 Kentucky 29 70 41 1946-47 Bradley 41 81 40 Feb 26, 1994 at Cincinnati 54 93 39 Jan 6, 1993 at Marquette 44 82 38 Feb 19, 1969 at Cincinnati 60 96 36 Jan 20, 1973 at Notre Dame 58 94 36 1940-41 Toledo 34 70 36 1940-41 Marshall 42 78 36 1939-40 Marshall 25 61 36 1918-19 Toledo 6 42 36 Feb 20, 1993 at Evansville 36 71 35 1946-47 Ohio University 29 64 35 1907-08 Haskell 14 49 35 Mar 10, 1994 vs Saint Louis 46 80 34 Feb 25, 1954 at Bowling Green 73 107 34 Feb 3, 1948 at Cincinnati 34 68 34 1919-20 Capital 10 44 34 Feb 1, 1977 at Notre Dame 64 97 33 Mar 1, 1975 at Notre Dame 69 102 33 Jan 1948 Bradley 46 79 33 1930-31 Wittenberg 10 43 33

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SINGLE-HALF MARKS MOST POINTS BY THE FLYERS Date Opponent Jan 27, 1979 Ashland Dec 19, 1995 Chicago State Feb 21, 1991 Butler Mar 3, 1990 Xavier Dec 27, 1967 Portland Feb 9, 1961 vs Seton Hall Dec 27, 1993 Central Conn. Dec 15, 1990 Southern Nov 27, 1982 Otterbein Dec 28, 1966 Marquette Dec 29, 1997 Prairie View Dec 27, 1989 Southern Dec 15, 1966 Tampa Feb 3, 1973 at Loyola/Ill. Mar 4, 1999 vs Geo. Washington Dec 3, 1988 Central Florida Dec 17, 1979 East. Kentucky Dec 27, 1967 Portland Dec 1, 1966 Baldwin-Wallace

1st 2nd 46 74 43 67 49 67 65 46 59 65 48 64 55 63 63 49 49 63 33 62 61 49 61 44 61 50 50 60 31 59 59 50 34 59 59 65 36 59

MOST POINTS AGAINST THE FLYERS Date Opponent Dec 24, 1987 vs Oklahoma Dec 24, 1987 vs Oklahoma Jan 9, 1971 Loyola/La. Mar 3, 1990 Xavier Nov 25, 1989 Fairleigh Dickinson Jan 2, 1971 at UCLA Mar 1, 1975 at Notre Dame Dec 15, 1990 Southern Dec 30, 1987 Bradley Feb 25, 1954 at Bowling Green Mar 11, 1998 Long Island Dec 19, 1994 at Xavier Jan 11, 1990 Marquette Feb 1, 1977 at Notre Dame

1st 2nd 72 79 72 79 26 68 42 66 32 65 44 62 40 62 61 55 36 61 46 61 NIT 32 60 39 60 35 60 60 37

MOST POINTS, BOTH TEAMS Date Dec 24, 1987 vs Jan 9, 1971 Feb 21, 1991 Dec 15, 1990 Jan 27, 1979 Nov 25, 1989 Dec 27, 1989 Dec 24, 1987 vs Mar 2, 1991 at Mar 3, 1990 Dec 19, 1995 Mar 10, 1978 Jan 2, 1971 at Dec 31, 1954 vs

Opponent Oklahoma Loyola/La. Butler Southern Ashland F. Dickinson Southern Oklahoma Xavier Xavier Chicago State Fairfield UCLA UCLA

Half UD Op Total 2nd 53 79 132 2nd 57 68 125 2nd 67 57 124 1st 63 61 124 2nd 74 50 124 2nd 54 65 119 1st 61 57 118 1st 46 72 118 2nd 56 57 113 2nd 46 66 112 2nd 67 43 110 NIT 2nd 58 52 110 2nd 48 62 110 2nd 57 53 110

FEWEST POINTS BY THE FLYERS

Date Opponent Feb 24, 2010 at Temple Jan 14, 1995 St. Louis Mar 7, 1983 at Notre Dame Jan 18, 1997 George Washington Dec 3, 1958 Central State Mar 10, 2005 vs Temple A-10 Mar 10, 1994 vs St. Louis Jan 15, 1994 Cincinnati Feb 20, 1993 at Evansville Jan 6, 1993 at Marquette Feb 18, 1988 at Notre Dame Jan 26, 1988 Louisville Jan 21, 1983 at DePaul

FEWEST POINTS AGAINST THE FLYERS

Date Opponent Dec 29, 2001 Miami/Ohio Jan 20, 2007 Richmond Jan 9, 1978 Roanoke Dec 22, 1962 Miami/Ohio Jan 12, 2002 at Duquesne Feb 2, 1952 Toledo Dec 1, 1955 Pepperdine Dec 19, 1957 Fordham Jan 9, 1978 Roanoke Dec 28, 1959 at North Carolina State Feb 10, 1992 Brooklyn Feb 13, 2002 Duquesne Feb 1, 1958 Eastern Kentucky Jan 30, 1960 Wake Forest Dec 20, 1961 Regis Dec 23, 1964 Army Nov 18, 2001 Toledo

FEWEST POINTS, BOTH TEAMS Date Dec 29, 2001 Feb 24, 2010 at Dec 28, 1959 at Jan 30, 1960 Jan 6, 2009 Dec 20, 1962 at Jan 9, 1978 Dec 28, 1959 at Jan 14, 2006 at Dec 2, 1950 Dec 23, 1964 Dec 23, 1964 Dec 22, 1962 Feb 11, 1978 Feb 11, 1998 at Dec 7, 2005 Jan 9, 1978 Feb 3, 1996 at Feb 15, 1997 Jan 20, 2007

Opponent Miami/Ohio Temple No. Carolina St. Wake Forest Miami/Ohio Cincinnati Roanoke No. Carolina St. Richmond Central Missouri Army Army Miami/Ohio Cincinnati Saint Joseph’s Central Michigan Roanoke Saint Joseph’s Virginia Tech Richmond

1st 2nd 8 15 8 46 12 10 11 31 33 11 32 12 23 12 12 23 12 10 19 13 13 28 13 37 14 34 14 31 14 31 19 14 14 36

UD Op Total 20 8 28 13 19 32 19 13 32 20 14 34 17 17 34 17 18 35 23 12 35 17 19 36 30 16 36 20 17 37 18 19 37 23 14 37 27 11 38 17 21 38 22 17 39 23 16 39 30 10 40 17 23 40 19 21 40 32 8 40

WIDEST HALF MARGINS FAVORING THE FLYERS (SINCE 1947) Date Dec 11, 1954 Jan 17, 1966 Dec 1, 1955 Dec 29, 1997 Dec 27, 1993 Feb 10, 1992 Dec 11, 1965 Dec 29, 1969 Nov 27, 1982 Dec 27, 1967 Dec 15, 1966 Dec 14, 1985 Dec 18, 1972 Feb 6, 1965 Mar 3, 1962 Dec 2, 1961 Feb 9, 1961 vs Dec 5, 1959 Dec 22, 1996 Jan 9, 1971 Dec 14, 1955 Dec 11, 1954

Opponent Bowling Green St. Francis/Pa. Pepperdine Prairie View C. Connecticut Brooklyn Mid. Tennessee Portland Otterbein Portland Tampa Texas Southern Auburn Stetson Kent State Christian Bros. Seton Hall Arizona State Morehead State Loyola/La. Idaho Bowling Green

Half UD 2nd 57 2nd 58 2nd 47 1st 61 2nd 63 1st 46 1st 56 2nd 58 2nd 63 2nd 65 1st 61 1st 52 1st 53 2nd 58 1st 47 2nd 50 2nd 64 2nd 50 1st 53 1st 54 1st 50 1st 52

Date Feb 12, 1995 at Mar 10, 1994 vs Jan 4, 1997 at Feb 5, 1992 at Jan 6, 1993 at Dec 29, 1954 vs Feb 1, 1977 at Dec 8, 1971 at Dec 24, 1987 vs Dec 24, 1987 vs Jan 16, 1962 at Feb 25, 1954 at Jan 12, 1995 at Mar 1, 1975 at Jan 20, 1973 at Mar 3, 1971

Opponent Cincinnati St. Louis Rhode Island Cincinnati Marquette Duquesne Notre Dame Louisville Oklahoma Oklahoma Cincinnati Bowling Green Ala.-Birmingham Notre Dame Notre Dame Miami/Ohio

Half UD 2nd 25 1st 16 1st 23 2nd 22 1st 16 1st 31 1st 33 2nd 29 2nd 53 1st 46 2nd 28 2nd 35 1st 19 2nd 37 2nd 28 2nd 23

BIGGEST HALFTIME LEAD LOST (SINCE 1947)

Rankings

Final

Rankings

Date Jan 31, 1987 Feb 28, 1996 Nov 28, 2007 Feb 13, 1954 Jan 14, 1956 Feb 20, 1981 Dec 21, 1985 Feb 13, 1994 Jan 16, 1960 Feb 11, 1974 Dec 16, 1953 Mar 6, 1954 Feb 26, 1958 Mar 11, 1967 Nov 28, 1987

UD Op Att 67 64 13,511 66 64 9,823 63 62 5,234 75 71 --- 82 73 --- 109 100 10,655 70 68 13,168 82 77 10,432 58 52 --- 79 77 1,098 78 61 --- 90 79 16,259 58 52 --- 69 67 11,500 63 61 11,693

UD Op Opponent --- --- Cincinnati --- --- La Salle --- --- at Miami/Ohio --- --- at Louisville 2 --- at Canisius --- --- Duquesne 3ot --- --- Miami/Ohio --- 17 St. Louis ot --- --- Memphis ot --- --- at South Florida ot --- --- Louisville 14 --- vs Manhattan NIT 10 --- Louisville --- 6 vs W. Kentucky ot NCAA --- --- Wittenberg

Halftime UD Op Marg 23 43 -20 24 40 -16 18 33 -15 30 45 -15 31 45 -14 40 53 -13 27 40 -13 28 40 -12 23 34 -11 29 40 -11 31 41 -10 34 44 -10 23 33 -10 25 35 -10 24 34 -10

Date Feb 13, 2010 Feb 1, 1964 Jan 31, 1981 Jan 12, 1965 Mar 1, 1998 Feb 15, 1978 Jan 16, 1979 Feb 24, 1979 Mar 8, 1959 Dec 9, 1970 Jan 5, 1981 Dec 3, 1986 Jan 12, 1993 Jan. 5, 2005

Op Total 15 42 20 38 12 35 27 34 30 33 13 33 23 33 26 32 32 31 34 31 30 31 22 30 23 30 28 30 18 29 21 29 35 29 21 29 25 28 26 28 22 28 24 28

WIDEST HALF MARGINS AGAINST THE FLYERS (SINCE 1947)

BIGGEST HALFTIME DEFICITS OVERCOME (SINCE 1947)

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Half 1st 1st 2nd 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 2nd 1st 2nd 1st 2nd 1st 1st 2nd 1st 1st 1st

1st 2nd 13 28 25 14 27 14 15 23 39 15 16 35 16 30 16 47 16 20 16 28 16 31 16 43 36 16

Op Total 59 34 49 33 54 31 52 30 45 29 59 28 60 27 56 27 79 26 72 26 54 26 61 26 44 25 62 25 53 25 48 25

Final Halftime

UD Op Opponent UD Op Att UD Op Marg --- --- at Saint Louis 2ot 65 68 9,453 33 19 14 --- --- at Xavier 81 82 --- 44 31 13 --- --- at Detroit 70 73 5,881 40 27 13 --- --- at Cincinnati 65 76 6,602 33 21 12 --- --- at Xavier 84 89 10,100 44 33 11 --- --- at Miami/Ohio 60 63 5,082 40 29 11 --- 7 Louisville 76 77 13,458 43 32 11 --- 15 at Temple 63 66 5,755 36 25 11 --- --- at Xavier 69 71 5,491 41 31 10 --- 20 at Louisville 70 72 11,050 42 32 10 --- --- Miami/Ohio 83 86 10,716 50 40 10 --- --- at Miami/Ohio 71 73 5,361 35 25 10 --- --- Niagara 63 66 10,649 38 28 10 --- --- Duquesne ot 93 94 12,275 33 23 10


SINGLE-GAME TEAM MARKS FREE THROWS, BEST ACCURACY 1

Date Mar 15, 1985 Mar 12, 1986

Opponent Villanova McNeese St.

FTM FTA Pct 17 17 1.000 13 13 1.000

THREE-POINT GOALS, MOST MADE 1 2

Date Jan 9, 1997 Dec 27, 1989 Dec 22, 1990 Dec 27, 1990 Dec 11, 1993 Jan 3, 1994 Mar 1, 1994 Dec 29, 1997 Jan 30, 2005

Opponent 3PM Wright State 15 Southern 14 Bradley 14 Texas Southern 14 Wright State 14 DePaul 14 Detroit 14 Prairie View 14 George Washington 14

THREE-POINT GOALS, MOST ATTEMPTED 1 2 3

Date Dec 1, 1990 Jan 3, 1994 Dec 15, 1990

Opponent 3PA Morehead 45 DePaul 39 Southern 38

THREE-POINT GOALS, BEST ACCURACY 1 2 5 6

Date Dec 6, 1997 Jan 25, 2000 Feb 14, 1987 Dec 27, 1997 Jan 9, 1997 Dec 16, 1986 Feb 1, 2009

Opponent Eastern Michigan LaSalle Miami/Fla. Northwestern Wright State Ohio State Saint Joseph’s

3PM 3PA 6 8 10 15 4 6 8 12 15 23 7 11 7 11

Pct .750 .667 .667 .667 .652 .636 .636

REBOUNDS, MOST 1 2 3

Date Feb 14, 1957 Dec 1, 1956 Feb 23, 1955

Opponent Reb Regis 93 G Adolphus 88 Toledo 81

PERSONAL FOULS, MOST 1 2 3

Date Mar 21, 1952 Feb 20, 1981 Jan 1, 2010 Mar 12, 2010

Opponent Fouls Illinois 41 Duquesne 34 New Mexico 33 Xavier A10 33

DISQUALIFICATIONS, MOST 1 2

Date Mar 21, 1952 Feb 20, 1981

ASSISTS, MOST 1 2 3 Don May has one of the top three single game performances in both scoring and rebounding. He dropped in 45 points at Xavier on Jan 3, 1966, which is good for third on the single-game high list. He grabbed 28 rebounds versus Northern Michigan on Dec 2, 1967 which put him third on that chart. Five weeks later, he collected 28 rebounds again, against Saint Louis on Jan 11, 1968.

FIELD GOALS, MOST MADE 1 2 3

Date Jan 27, 1979 Dec 27, 1967 Dec 1, 1979 Nov 27, 1982

Opponent Ashland Portland Ashland Otterbein

FGM 53 52 49 49

FIELD GOALS, MOST ATTEMPTED 1 3

Date Dec 30, 1950 Jan 9, 1952 Feb 14, 1957

Opponent Arizona St. Ohio U. Regis

FIELD GOALS, BEST ACCURACY 1 2

Date Mar 1, 1986 Feb 18, 1970

Opponent Southern Kent State

FGM FGA 31 40 34 47

FGA 107 107 102

FIELD GOALS, BEST ACCURACY (HALF) 1 2

Date Mar 1, 1986 Jan 25, 1969

Opponent Southern 1st Miami/Ohio 2nd

FGM FGA 19 22 17 22

Pct .864 .773

FREE THROWS, MOST MADE 1 2

Date Feb 8, 1957 Dec 16, 1953

Opponent FTM Villanova 44 Louisville 40

FREE THROWS, MOST ATTEMPTED 1 2

Date Dec 16, 1953 Feb 8, 1957

Opponent Louisville Villanova

Most Dec 7, 1985 Dec 3, 1988 Dec 27, 1989

BLOCKED SHOTS 1

Date Nov 29, 1978 Jan 19, 1982 Dec 18, 1982 Jan 6, 1990 Feb 13, 2008 Feb 11, 2009

STEALS 1

Date Nov 29, 1989 Jan 10, 1991 Dec 14, 1991

Opponent DQs Illinois 5 Duquesne 4

Opponent Assts Long Island 37 Cent Florida 34 Southern 30

Opponent Blocks Wittenberg 9 Jersey City 9 Toledo 9 Wright State 9 Duquesne 9 Xavier 9

Opponent Steals Furman 17 Loyola/Ill. 17 Mt St Mary’s 17

FTA 58 56

Pct .775 .723

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 1903-04

1917-18

1904-05

1918-19

SEASON RECORD: 5-1 HEAD COACH: NO COACH Opponent UD Op Dayton Intermed. W 14 2 National Cash W 9 7 National Cash W 14 8 Xenia High L 13 17 Dayton Intermed. W 10 7 Xenia High W 21 7

SEASON RECORD: 6-1 HEAD COACH: NO COACH Opponent UD Op Jacobs Business W 16 13 Corona Club W 19 12 Corona Club W 28 10 Tippecanoe W 34 22 Corona Club L 17 18 Hamilton W 28 21 Cedarville W 27 20

1905-06

SEASON RECORD: 7-2 HEAD COACH: NO COACH Opponent UD Op Hamilton High W 42 18 Cedarville W 25 19 Piqua W 29 23 Hamilton YMCA W 25 20 Bethel High W 28 15 Bethel High W 23 21 Christ Church L 34 37 Wittenberg W 48 15 Denison L 22 32

1906-07

SEASON RECORD: 14-0 HEAD COACH: NO COACH Opponent UD Op Springfield High W 76 13 Wittenberg W 43 6 Hamilton Models W 22 15 Bethel High W 34 8 Cedarville W 80 0 Cincinnati W 32 6 Lima W 42 16 Piqua W 46 16 Springfield Wolves W 36 20 Earlham W 34 6 Columbus Deaf Mutes W 31 22 Denison W 31 22 Capital W 46 11 Haskell W 27 26

1907-08

SEASON RECORD: 10-3 HEAD COACH: NO COACH Opponent UD Op Springfield High W 42 8 Meteors W 23 22 Cedarville W 40 13 Hamilton ‘Krebs’ W 36 19 Wilmington W 47 12 Piqua High W 17 14 Columbus Deaf Mutes W 30 14 Bethel High W 27 16 Capital W 19 14 Earlham L 25 27 Denison L 14 30 Haskell L 14 49 Wittenberg W 26 18

1908-09

SEASON RECORD: 12-2 HEAD COACH: NO COACH Opponent UD Op Richmond High W 55 18 Cedarville W 45 12 Hamilton ‘Krebs’ W 26 5 Springfield Meteors W 21 12 Bradford High W 51 15 Miami/Ohio W 17 15 Notre Dame L 13 30 Kentucky (Not UK) W 35 19 Denison L 13 22 Capital W 16 13

SEASON RECORD: 2-4 HEAD COACH: AL MAHRT Opponent UD Op Western Reserve W 29 19 Orchard Lake L 13 30 Detroit L 15 38 St. John’s (Toledo) L 15 32 Muskingum W 45 23 Alumni L 19 26

The first Dayton Flyers basketball squad suited up for competiton in 1903, but did not go by the moniker Flyers or even Dayton. During the 1919-1920 season, St. Mary’s Institute changed its name to the University of Dayton.

Athletians Piqua Athletians Wilmington

W W W W

58 13 39 32 35 8 53 23

1909-10

SEASON RECORD: 5-6 HEAD COACH: FR. WILLIAM O’MALLEY Opponent UD Op Cedarville W 40 30 Wittenberg W 32 19 Springfield High W 74 10 Lebanon W 46 12 Turners L 22 72 Antioch L 12 15 Notre Dame L 10 31 Capital L 15 28 Capital L 14 37 Turners L 11 33 Piqua W 43 21

1910-11

SEASON RECORD: 10-0 HEAD COACH: HARRY SOLIMANO Opponent UD Op Lebanon W 48 14 Cedarville W 55 8 Cincinnati Friars W 31 27 Defiance W 55 28 Antioch W 31 24 Capital W 45 20 Cincinnati W 49 18 Old Boys W 34 33 Notre Dame W 27 21 Wilmington W 41 14

1911-12

SEASON RECORD: 13-0 HEAD COACH: HARRY SOLIMANO Opponent UD Op Medway Col W 21 18 Wilmington W 47 10 Wittenberg W 31 9 Heidelberg W 33 19 Otterbein W 37 6 Antioch W 32 19 St. John’s (Toledo) W 37 23 Denison W 33 18 Notre Dame Forfeit W 2 0 Alumni W 39 29 Cincinnati Friars W 41 24 Ohio Northern W 31 21 Marietta W 29 16

1912-13

SEASON RECORD: 11-0 HEAD COACH: HARRY SOLIMANO Opponent UD Op Lafayette W 75 1 Ohio Northern W 40 23 Wilmington W 80 11 Heidelberg W 49 34 Defiance W 46 32 Otterbein W 35 21 Marietta W 50 16

Cincinnati Friars Michigan Aggies Rose Poly Cincinnati Friars

50 29 59 52

28 26 29 25

1913-14

SEASON RECORD: 5-4 HEAD COACH: HARRY SOLIMANO Opponent UD Op Muskingum W 39 33 Ohio State L 16 23 Otterbein W 28 18 Heidelberg L 18 21 Ohio U W 22 16 Denison L 9 51 Kenyon W 36 31 Defiance W 48 23 Marietta L 19 28

1914-15

SEASON RECORD: 4-4 HEAD COACH: AL MAHRT Opponent UD Op Antioch W 26 18 Ohio State L 19 30 Xenia Bradies W 37 18 Denison L 16 34 Muskingum W 46 25 Western Reserve L 25 28 Heidelberg W 30 18 Xenia Bradies L 22 24

1915-16

Season Record: 11-2 Head Coach: ALFRED MCCRAY Opponent UD Op Antioch W 40 13 Ohio State W 24 23 Capital W 45 26 St. John’s (Toledo) W 57 26 Otterbein W 50 37 Capital W 50 26 Defiance W 61 13 Alumni L 25 27 Otterbein W 39 12 Heidelberg W 44 22 W. Lafayette W 31 16 Muskingum L 36 38 Alumni W 22 19

1916-17

SEASON RECORD: 8-3 HEAD COACH: ALFRED MCCRAY Opponent UD Op DeSales W 46 19 Capital W 41 26 Miami/Ohio L 26 33 Antioch W 37 12 Ohio Northern W 31 17 Wabash L 22 30 St. John’s (Toledo) W 22 14 DePaul W 49 26 Buffalo German W 32 20 Muskingum W 32 18 Alumni L 27 34

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W W W W

SEASON RECORD: 3-4 HEAD COACH: AL MAHRT Opponent UD Op Antioch L 24 28 Toledo L 6 42 Orchard Lake W 12 11 Wittenberg L 15 18 Mount Union W 22 21 Otterbein W 34 17 Alumni L 11 31

1919-20

SEASON RECORD: 5-8 HEAD COACH: HARRY SOLIMANO Opponent UD Op Cedarville W 47 11 Defiance W 21 5 Capital L 10 44 Otterbein L 21 23 St. John’s (Toledo) L 12 13 Detroit L 10 25 Capital L 23 29 St. John’s (Toledo) W 18 14 Xavier W 24 18 Toledo L 15 23 Wilmington W 21 14 Alumni L 9 30 Cadets L 13 34

1920-21

SEASON RECORD: 6-16 HEAD COACH: DUTCH THIELE Opponent UD Op Antioch W 21 18 Cedarville W 43 11 Ohio Northern L 20 21 Mount Union L 17 27 Valparaiso L 17 38 Wabash L 12 42 Notre Dame L 19 42 DePaul L 20 33 Defiance W 38 20 Baldwin-Wallace L 27 30 Detroit L 19 27 St. Mary’s L 13 25 St. John’s (Toledo) L 13 22 Ball State W 38 10 Xavier L 18 21 Springfield K.C. W 29 21 Springfield S.C. L 13 27 Baldwin-Wallace W 23 14 Baldwin-Wallace L 19 27 Bethany L 19 23 Muskingum L 21 41 Alumni L 27 30

1921-22

SEASON RECORD: 6-8 HEAD COACH: WILLIAM SHERRY Opponent UD Op Huntington L 9 14 Ball State L 15 25 Muskingum W 24 14 Wilmington W 23 18 Kenyon W 22 10 Xavier L 13 27 Huntington W 16 15 Capital W 24 21 Thiel College L 10 12 Xavier W 14 10 Muskingum L 22 29 Capital L 28 39 Baldwin-Wallace L 13 27 Bluffton L 15 16

1922-23

SEASON RECORD: 8-8 HEAD COACH: VAN HILL Opponent UD Op Kent W 26 11 Wilmington L 15 17 Capital L 26 30 Bluffton W 25 23 Ashland L 22 38 Defiance W 27 12 Capital W 24 12 Wilmington L 18 28 Antioch L 8 31 Baldwin-Wallace W 22 16 Wooster W 28 24 Kenyon L 30 31 Baldwin-Wallace L 18 21 Western Reserve L 16 17 Ashland W 32 15 Alumni W 19 18

1923-24

SEASON RECORD: 9-5 HEAD COACH: HARRY BAUJAN Opponent UD Op Bowling Green W 31 15 Capital L 16 24 Wilmington L 22 24 Bowling Green W 30 24 Huntington W 21 17 John Carroll L 19 23 St. John’s (Toledo) W 41 13 Wilmington W 24 21 Capital W 19 15 Huntington W 33 15 St. Mary’s W 19 11 St. John’s (Toledo) W 25 18 John Carroll L 11 12 Alumni L 12 23

1924-25

SEASON RECORD: 9-11 HEAD COACH: HARRY BAUJAN Opponent UD Op Georgetown/Ky. L 13 18 Butler L 22 28 Wilmington L 18 34 Cincinnati Gym Club L 20 21 Rio Grande W 26 24 Capital L 19 38 Detroit L 16 23 Assumption W 22 19 St. John’s (Toledo) W 17 12 Cedarville W 31 12 Wilmington L 22 25 Spencerian W 31 15 at Cincinnati W 26 25 Bowling Green W 30 15 John Carroll L 9 29 Cincinnati YMCA L 18 30 Cedarville L 19 20 Alumni L 19 21 Capital W 24 20 St. John’s (Toledo) W 26 22

1925-26

SEASON RECORD: 7-8 HEAD COACH: HARRY BAUJAN Opponent UD Op Huntington ot W 35 29 Cedarville L 17 25 Butler L 12 44 John Carroll L 17 23 Wilmington L 17 19 St. John’s (Toledo) W 29 31 Cedarville W 30 21 John Carroll L 20 23 Antioch W 36 21 Kenyon W 22 17 Wilmington ot W 27 26 Assumption L 17 19 Dayton L 17 18 St. John’s (Toledo) W 28 17 Alumni W 26 22


YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 1926-27

SEASON RECORD: 10-9 HEAD COACH: HARRY BAUJAN Opponent UD Op Cedarville L 26 27 Muskingum L 19 41 Bowling Green W 27 26 Wilmington L 21 29 St. John’s (Toledo) W 28 23 Ohio Northern L 27 28 Kenyon L 27 39 Antioch W 53 10 Wilmington W 37 24 Muskingum L 29 44 Huntington W 29 12 Ohio Northern W 31 22 Wittenberg L 24 45 Antioch W 44 27 Bowling Green W 38 37 Detroit L 26 28 Assumption W 28 22 Wittenberg L 29 32 Alumni W 28 20

1927-28

SEASON RECORD: 11-5 HEAD COACH: HARRY BAUJAN Opponent UD Op Defiance W 29 17 Wittenberg W 38 33 Antioch W 51 22 Wilmington W 35 30 Bowling Green W 45 28 Ohio Wesleyan L 26 40 Bluffton W 29 22 Capital W 49 24 Wilmington W 45 34 Antioch W 39 14 Muskingum L 34 44 Assumption W 46 24 Wittenberg L 29 41 Bowling Green L 30 31 St. Mary’s W 28 24 Detroit L 24 25

1928-29

SEASON RECORD: 9-10 HEAD COACH: GEORGE FITZGERALD Opponent UD Op Bluffton W 31 24 Ohio Wesleyan L 21 38 Bliss College W 27 21 Muskingum W 31 27 Capital W 45 17 Wilmington L 21 26 Ohio Wesleyan L 27 29 Denison L 20 28 Xavier L 25 26 Denison W 31 24 Earlham W 26 24 Wittenberg L 29 36 Wilmington L 22 25 Xavier L 12 18 Cincinnati L 12 33 Alumni W 29 17 St. Viator W 33 31 DePaul W 22 18 Loyola/Ill. L 12 30

1929-30

SEASON RECORD: 4-14 HEAD COACH: BILL BELANICH Opponent UD Op Cedarville L 24 25 Wittenberg L 20 25 Assumption L 28 32 Detroit W 28 20 Bliss L 27 29 St. Xavier W 20 19 Loyola/Ill. L 16 37 Earlham L 27 38 Wilmington W 20 19 Cincinnati L 20 24 Cedarville W 42 7 Wittenberg ot L 20 24

Denison Wilmington St. Xavier Cincinnati ot Detroit Denison

L L L L L L

17 30 8 26 18 29 35 38 18 29 30 33

1930-31

SEASON RECORD: 2-15 HEAD COACH: BILL BELANICH Opponent UD Op Cedarville W 23 22 Defiance L 28 38 Heidelberg L 29 39 Ohio Wesleyan L 16 36 John Carroll W 34 26 Wittenberg L 24 44 Detroit L 24 45 Defiance L 23 41 Cedarville L 13 21 Xavier L 19 40 Ohio Wesleyan L 27 32 Xavier L 10 33 Wilmington L 19 23 Heidelberg L 31 32 Wilmington L 14 39 Detroit L 22 24 Wittenberg L 10 43

1931-32

SEASON RECORD: 3-12 HEAD COACH: BILL BELANICH Opponent UD Op Cedarville W 26 22 at Cincinnati L 29 37 Defiance L 35 43 Wilmington L 27 48 Xavier L 15 46 Earlham L 18 26 Cedarville W 33 26 Detroit L 16 29 Xavier L 10 20 Wilmington L 18 28 Earlham L 18 19 Toledo L 21 26 John Carroll L 29 31 Cleveland State L 36 39 Alumni W 28 17

1932-33

SEASON RECORD: 7-7 HEAD COACH: BILL BELANICH Opponent UD Op at Cincinnati L 34 39 Denison W 34 33 John Carroll W 28 26 Cleveland State W 50 48 Earlham L 23 29 Otterbein L 26 34 Earlham L 18 36 Alumni W 28 11 Toledo W 30 24 Denison W 41 40 Wilmington L 33 39 Toledo W 39 26 Bowling Green L 22 51 Detroit L 22 34

1933-34

SEASON RECORD: 9-7 HEAD COACH: LOUIS TSCHUDI Opponent UD Op Alfred Holbrook W 52 30 Ohio State L 27 45 Toledo ot W 31 28 Wilmington L 28 30 Earlham L 12 34 Toledo W 31 29 John Carroll W 37 14 Bliss L 20 30 Wittenberg L 21 43 Toledo W 28 22 Toledo W 32 28 Adrian L 32 35 Alumni W 47 27 Wittenberg W 35 27 Earlham L 27 34 Otterbein W 32 27

Wittenberg Marshall

1934-35

SEASON RECORD: 4-11 HEAD COACH: LOUIS TSCHUDI Opponent UD Op Griffin College W 90 35 at Cincinnati L 18 49 Marshall L 25 39 Ohio U L 29 46 Ohio Wesleyan L 21 44 Earlham L 14 43 Wittenberg L 20 35 Earlham L 35 40 Wittenberg L 29 35 Ohio U L 31 32 Wilmington W 39 22 Adrian W 48 35 Toledo W 32 26 Detroit L 31 36 Marshall L 30 35

1935-36

SEASON RECORD: 3-13 HEAD COACH: JOE HOLSINGER Opponent UD Op Defiance L 31 48 Miami/Ohio L 29 34 Wittenberg L 24 28 Marshall W 37 35 at Cincinnati L 27 39 Toledo W 31 30 Earlham W 30 25 Ohio U L 29 37 Miami/Ohio L 15 26 Marshall L 27 38 Wittenberg L 34 41 Cincinnati L 23 32 Wilmington L 28 33 Ohio U L 26 52 Ohio Wesleyan L 35 38 Ohio Wesleyan L 21 29

1936-37

SEASON RECORD: 7-12 HEAD COACH: JOE HOLSINGER Opponent UD Op Middletown Elks W 26 16 Toledo L 32 39 Detroit L 24 45 Middletown W 37 24 Marshall L 35 51 Ohio Wesleyan W 41 35 Wittenberg L 31 32 Miami/Ohio L 29 30 Ohio U L 27 35 Wittenberg L 26 29 Ohio Wesleyan W 50 40 Western Reserve W 46 38 Akron L 25 31 Ohio U L 18 44 Cincinnati L 32 35 Marshall L 41 48 Miami/Ohio W 27 20 Wilmington W 40 39 at Cincinnati L 29 45

1937-38

SEASON RECORD: 6-11 HEAD COACH: JOE HOLSINGER Opponent UD Op Mount Union L 20 25 Hawai’ian All-Star W 41 37 Ohio Wesleyan L 29 38 Wittenberg W 36 35 Miami/Ohio L 34 35 Marshall L 28 49 Western Reserve L 33 42 at Cincinnati W 32 30 Ohio U L 29 32 Ohio Wesleyan L 35 55 Miami/Ohio L 19 33 Ohio U L 38 46 Wilmington W 38 33 Cincinnati W 34 28 Toledo W 41 31

L 36 39 L 31 56

1938-39

SEASON RECORD: 2-12 HEAD COACH: JOE HOLSINGER Opponent UD Op Ohio U L 23 44 at Cincinnati L 27 46 Miami/Ohio L 21 26 Ohio Wesleyan L 35 40 Marshall L 37 46 Wittenberg L 34 39 Cincinnati W 40 27 Ohio Wesleyan L 22 36 Miami/Ohio L 30 39 Mount Union L 30 35 Toledo L 39 56 Wittenberg L 44 56 Marshall L 39 61 Ohio U W 44 35

1939-40

SEASON RECORD: 4-17 HEAD COACH: JAMES CARTER Opponent UD Op Mount Union L 29 40 Rhode Island W 59 51 St. Joseph’s/Pa. L 34 36 Long Island L 39 48 St. John’s/N.Y. L 24 47 Scranton L 31 46 Miami/Ohio L 35 40 Wittenberg W 42 39 Ohio U L 34 42 Xavier W 44 29 Marshall L 25 31 Ohio Wesleyan L 28 29 Miami/Ohio L 37 42 Cincinnati W 42 36 Xavier L 27 34 Cincinnati L 31 41 Wittenberg L 36 40 Marshall L 25 61 Toledo L 34 41 Ohio Wesleyan L 33 36 Ohio U L 44 62

1940-41

SEASON RECORD: 9-14 HEAD COACH: JAMES CARTER Opponent UD Op Cedarville W 40 34 Wittenberg L 46 55 St. Joseph’s/Ind. W 40 28 Wilmington L 28 30 Mount Union L 45 56 Ashland L 35 60 Youngstown L 40 53 Ohio Wesleyan W 42 36 Xavier L 35 37 Ohio U L 41 72 Marshall L 37 46 Bradley L 35 45 Cincinnati W 43 29 Wittenberg W 50 39 Miami/Ohio W 39 26 Toledo L 39 56 Ohio Wesleyan W 82 46 Marshall L 42 78 at Cincinnati W 44 37 Miami/Ohio W 45 37 Ohio University L 47 72 Toledo L 34 70 Xavier L 30 54

1941-42

SEASON RECORD: 12-6 HEAD COACH: JAMES CARTER Opponent UD Op Rio Grande W 69 31 Wilmington W 45 34 Wittenberg W 37 27 Wichita State W 42 19 Cedarville W 74 35 Marshall L 37 40

Ohio U Xavier Miami/Ohio at Cincinnati Youngstown Ohio U Miami/Ohio Cincinnati Indiana Tech Wittenberg Marshall Xavier

L W L W L W W W W W L L

34 36 46 32 32 33 47 39 35 44 31 23 60 42 42 37 59 22 55 50 31 55 42 58

1942-43

SEASON RECORD: 9-8 HEAD COACH: JAMES CARTER Opponent UD Op Wittenberg L 33 56 Wilmington W 59 38 Ohio U W 45 32 Wittenberg L 49 70 Marshall W 52 45 Miami/Ohio L 33 57 Cincinnati W 54 34 Cedarville W 69 30 Miami/Ohio L 30 42 Patterson Field L 35 42 Xavier W 51 28 Marshall L 48 52 Ohio U L 43 45 Patterson Field W 28 27 Cincinnati W 47 34 Bowling Green W 44 24 Xavier L 39 61 Program suspended because of World War II from 1943 to 1945.

1945-46

SEASON RECORD: 3-13 HEAD COACH: JAMES CARTER Opponent UD Op at Cincinnati L 28 45 Ohio U L 41 53 Miami/Ohio L 32 63 Cincinnati W 48 37 Bowling Green L 37 68 Camp Atterbury L 36 61 Xavier L 41 48 Marshall L 46 57 Ohio U W 65 53 Xavier W 47 33 Wright Field L 30 52 Miami/Ohio L 42 49 Camp Atterbury L 34 64 Wittenberg L 50 54 Marshall L 42 88 Bradley L 42 87

1946-47

SEASON RECORD: 4-17 HEAD COACH: JAMES CARTER Opponent UD Op Wittenberg L 46 49 Youngstown L 36 53 Akron L 48 57 Ohio U L 29 64 Miami/Ohio L 38 66 Youngstown W 55 54 Xavier W 35 34 Anderson W 45 39 Kentucky L 29 70 Toledo L 37 41 Marshall L 61 65 Bowling Green L 50 67 at Cincinnati L 46 58 Bradley L 41 81 Cincinnati W 45 42 Xavier L 55 75 Ohio U L 59 69 Marshall L 53 79 Miami/Ohio L 52 54 Wittenberg L 71 79 Toledo L 56 78

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 1947-48

SEASON RECORD: 12-14 HEAD COACH: TOM BLACKBURN Rankings Date UD Op Opponent UD Op Att Dec 6 --- --- Wright Field W 61 30 900 Dec 9 --- --- Ohio University L 40 46 --Dec 13 --- --- Youngstown State W 50 43 --Dec 16 --- --- Miami/Ohio W 64 53 --Dec 20 --- --- Cedarville * W 73 49 --Jan 3 --- --- at Louisville L 53 69 --Jan 6 --- --- Rio Grande W 77 33 --Jan 10 --- --- at Hamline L 43 58 --Jan 13 --- --- at Bliss W 69 51 --Jan 17 --- --- at Bradley L 46 79 --Jan 20 --- --- Cincinnati L 43 61 --Jan 24 --- --- Wilmington W 73 49 --Jan 29 --- --- Detroit W 54 50 --Jan 31 --- --- Concordia W 100 47 --Feb 3 --- --- at Cincinnati L 34 68 --Feb 5 --- --- at Toledo L 39 53 --Feb 6 --- --- at Bowling Green L 68 71 --Feb 7 --- --- at Detroit W 32 28 --Feb 10 --- --- Xavier L 52 72 --Feb 12 --- --- Baldwin-Wallace L 58 71 --Feb 14 --- --- at Anderson L 65 86 --Feb 20 --- --- at Wright Field W 71 38 --Feb 23 --- --- Toledo L 35 45 --Feb 24 --- --- at Xavier L 32 57 3,000 Feb 28 --- --- at Miami/Ohio L 45 89 --Mar 1 --- --- at Marshall W 58 52 --* at Xenia High School

1948-49 NATIONAL CATHOLIC INVITATIONAL

SEASON RECORD: 16-14 HEAD COACH: TOM BLACKBURN Rankings Date UD Op Opponent UD Op Att Dec 1 --- --- Cedarville W 69 33 --- Dec 4 --- --- Eastern Kentucky L 40 48 --- Dec 8 --- --- Louisville W 58 55 --- Dec 10 --- --- at John Carroll W 48 46 --- Dec 13 --- --- vs Cedarville * W 70 64 --- Dec 14 --- --- Miami/Ohio L 37 41 --- Dec 16 --- --- at Niagara L 59 62 --- Dec 18 --- --- at St. Bonaventure 2ot L 49 51 --- Dec 20 --- --- at Seton Hall L 47 55 --- Dec 22 --- --- at Morris Harvey ot W 78 71 --- Dec 30 --- --- Anderson W 63 49 --- Jan 4 --- --- Manchester W 57 48 --- Jan 10 --- --- Marshall W 67 55 --- Jan 12 --- --- Ohio Wesleyan * L 45 51 --- Jan 21 --- --- at Ohio University W 52 47 --- Jan 22 --- --- at Marshall L 54 60 --- Jan 25 --- --- Kentucky Wesleyan W 60 43 --- Jan 31 --- --- at Toledo L 61 64 --- Feb 5 --- --- John Carroll W 61 40 --- Feb 7 --- --- Ohio University L 40 57 --- Feb 10 --- --- Toledo W 48 42 --- Feb 15 --- --- Xavier L 48 66 2,500 Feb 16 --- --- at Anderson W 73 57 --- Feb 19 --- --- Bowling Green # L 38 56 --- Feb 23 --- --- at Miami/Ohio W 71 55 --- Feb 27 --- --- at Xavier L 44 49 4,000 Feb 28 --- --- at Kentucky Wesleyan W 80 68 --- Mar 1 --- --- at Marshall L 57 60 --National Catholic Invitational (Denver, Colo.) Mar 20 --- --- vs Loras W 53 52 --- Mar 23 --- --- vs St. Benedict L 55 59 --* at Xenia High School; # at Oakwood High School

1949-50

SEASON RECORD: 24-8 HEAD COACH: TOM BLACKBURN Rankings Date UD Op Opponent UD Op Att Nov 29 --- --- Cedarville W 50 36 --- Dec 3 --- --- Wilmington W 64 47 --Dec 6 --- --- Anderson W 68 52 --Dec 9 --- --- vs Cedarville * W 41 40 --Dec 11 --- --- Dayton Industrial W 67 45 1,000 Dec 13 --- --- at Miami/Ohio W 68 50 --- Dec 16 --- --- at Tennessee W 57 38 --Dec 17 --- --- at Chattanooga W 87 39 --Dec 18 --- --- Tampa W 53 37 --Dec 20 --- --- Manchester W 66 51 --Dec 22 --- --- at Loyola/Ill. L 46 69 --Dec 30 --- --- Charleston/W.Va. W 78 68 --Jan 1 --- --- Arizona State W 66 51 --Jan 3 --- --- Marshall W 68 41 ---

Jan 7 --- --- Loyola/Md. W 68 42 --Jan 10 --- --- at Ohio University W 71 61 --Jan 22 --- --- at Xavier W 65 55 4,500 Jan 24 --- --- at Bowling Green L 56 81 --Jan 25 --- --- at Baldwin-Wallace L 60 66 --Jan 26 --- --- at Muskingum L 68 71 --Jan 27 --- --- at Kent State L 61 80 --Jan 31 --- --- Berea W 61 52 --Feb 4 --- --- at Marshall L 74 81 --Feb 5 --- --- Youngstown State W 74 61 --Feb 7 --- --- Ohio University W 75 50 --Feb 12 --- --- Xavier W 59 42 3,500 Feb 14 --- --- Baldwin-Wallace W 65 60 --Feb 15 --- --- at Eastern Kentucky L 55 72 --Feb 21 --- --- Miami/Ohio W 56 42 --Ohio Catholic Tournament (Cleveland, Ohio) Feb 24 --- --- vs John Carroll W 66 56 --Mar 2 --- --- vs Xavier W 59 51 1,114 Mar 3 --- --- vs Loyola/Ill. L 56 60 --* at Xenia High School

1950-51 NIT RUNNERUP

SEASON RECORD: 27-5 HEAD COACH: TOM BLACKBURN Rankings Date UD Op Opponent UD Op Att Dec 2 --- --- Central Missouri State L 47 50 4,000 Dec 6 --- --- Bowling Green W 57 45 5,808 Dec 8 --- --- at Anderson W 71 41 --- Dec 9 --- --- vs Evansville ! L 54 60 --- Dec 12 --- --- at Miami/Ohio W 60 47 --Dec 15 --- --- at Eastern Kentucky L 66 72 --- Dec 16 --- --- at Berea W 74 53 --Dec 19 --- --- John Carroll W 72 45 5,808 Dec 21 --- --- Tennessee W 76 61 5,808 Dec 30 --- --- Arizona State W 94 68 5,808 Jan 7 --- --- Loyola/Ill. W 74 46 5,808 Jan 13 --- --- Muskingum W 100 71 5,808 Jan 15 --- --- at Ohio University W 75 66 --Jan 17 --- --- Louisville W 68 61 5,808 Jan 20 --- 12 Toledo W 64 46 5,808 Jan 24 --- --- Eastern Kentucky W 76 60 5,808 Jan 27 --- --- Kent State W 66 46 5,808 Feb 3 --- 20 at Toledo W 67 56 4,800 Feb 5 --- --- at Youngstown State L 73 76 --Feb 7 18 --- Loyola/Md. W 74 54 5,808 Feb 10 18 --- Chattanooga W 69 44 5,808 Feb 11 18 --- at Xavier W 63 57 4,800 Feb 14 17 --- Baldwin-Wallace W 69 55 5,808 Feb 17 17 14 at Louisville W 70 66 --Feb 21 14 --- Miami/Ohio W 62 53 5,808 Feb 23 14 --- at John Carroll W 73 42 --Feb 24 14 --- at Baldwin-Wallace W 63 53 --Mar 3 14 --- Xavier W 77 53 5,808 National Invitation Tournament (MSG, New York, N.Y.) Mar 10 13 --- vs Lawrence W 77 71 9,251 Mar 13 13 12 vs Arizona W 74 68 9,630 Mar 15 13 9 vs St. John’s ot W 69 62 16,815 Mar 17 13 11 vs Brigham Young L 43 62 18,379 ! at Owensboro, Ky.

1951-52 NCAA SWEET 16 & NIT RUNNERUP

SEASON RECORD: 28-5 HEAD COACH: TOM BLACKBURN Rankings Date UD Op Opponent UD Op Att Nov 28 --- --- Berea W 77 40 5,808 Dec 1 --- --- Evansville W 98 49 5,808 Dec 5 --- 17 Louisville ot L 76 79 5,808 Dec 7 --- --- at Loyola/La. W 67 64 --Dec 10 --- --- at Southern Miss W 59 57 --Dec 12 --- --- at Miami/Ohio L 60 61 --Dec 15 --- --- Cent. Missouri St. ot W 61 57 5,808 Dec 23 --- --- Loyola/La. W 59 48 5,808 Dec 27 --- --- Hamline W 78 56 5,808 Dec 29 --- 7 at St. John’s MSG L 60 62 12,653 Jan 1 --- --- Southern Miss W 97 73 5,808 Jan 5 --- 16 Murray State W 69 55 5,808 Jan 9 20 --- Ohio University W 101 71 5,808 Jan 12 20 --- John Carroll W 89 62 5,808 Jan 16 19 --- Eastern Kentucky W 90 73 5,808 Jan 18 19 --- at Loyola/Ill. W 91 71 --Jan 24 16 --- Georgetown W 80 74 5,808 Jan 27 16 --- Xavier W 67 60 5,808 Feb 2 14 --- Toledo W 61 44 5,808 Feb 6 11 13 at Louisville W 72 71 --Feb 9 11 --- at Toledo W 55 53 --Feb 12 11 --- at Bowling Green W 70 68 --Feb 14 11 --- at East. Kentucky W 60 59 --Feb 16 11 --- Baldwin-Wallace W 97 64 5,808

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Tom Blackburn took over the Flyer basketball team in 1947 following two post-war seasons with a combined 7-30 record. Blackburn, a stern disciplinarian, quickly took UD to new heights and established Dayton as a national power. With the success of the Flyers, Blackburn oversaw the building of the UD Fieldhouse (now Frericks Center). In his Hall of Fame career, Blackburn engineered two victories over the nation’s #1 teams, six trips to the NIT Final (finally winning in 1962) and a #2 ranking for much of the 1955-56 season. In 1964, he lost his battle with cancer at the age of 58, but his legacy had been long established.

Feb 20 11 --- Miami/Ohio W 65 56 5,808 Feb 24 11 --- at Xavier W 82 80 12,020 Mar 1 11 --- at Baldwin-Wallace W 75 66 --National Invitation Tournament (MSG, New York, N.Y.) Mar 8 11 --- vs New York U. W 81 66 18,442 Mar 11 11 5 vs St. Louis W 68 58 14,112 Mar 13 11 15 vs St. Bonaventure W 69 62 17,131 Mar 15 11 --- vs La Salle L 64 75 18,485 NCAA Tournament (Chicago Stadium; Chicago, Ill.) Mar 21 11 2 vs Illinois L 61 80 14,147 Mar 22 11 --- vs Princeton W 77 61 ---

1952-53

SEASON RECORD: 16-13 HEAD COACH: TOM BLACKBURN Rankings Date UD Op Opponent UD Op Dec 3 --- --- Gustavus Adolphus W 84 70 Dec 6 --- --- Manchester W 105 65 Dec 10 --- --- Miami/Ohio L 53 61 Dec 14 --- 1 La Salle ot L 64 73 Dec 17 --- --- Eastern Kentucky W 72 62 Dec 20 --- --- Baldwin-Wallace W 89 58

Att 5,808 5,808 5,808 5,962 5,808 5,808

Dec 27 --- --- at Murray State L 70 84 --- Jan 3 --- --- Fordham L 59 64 5,808 Jan 5 --- --- at Duquesne 2ot W 72 70 --- Jan 7 --- --- at Louisville L 70 76 --- Jan 11 --- --- Loyola/La. W 83 59 5,808 Jan 13 --- --- at New York U. W 82 75 7,122 Jan 15 --- 2 at Seton Hall L 74 82 --- Jan 18 --- --- at Xavier L 68 70 3,876 Jan 21 --- --- Loyola/Ill. W 73 63 5,808 Jan 23 --- --- at Loyola/Ill. ot L 69 75 --- Jan 24 --- --- Duquesne 2ot W 68 66 5,808 Jan 31 --- --- Toledo W 90 58 5,808 Feb 2 --- --- at Loyola/La. W 70 65 --- Feb 4 --- 8 at Western Kentucky L 77 88 --- Feb 8 --- --- Canisius W 70 43 5,808 Feb 14 --- 17 Louisville L 63 69 5,808 Feb 18 --- --- at Miami/Ohio L 65 74 --- Feb 21 --- --- at Toledo L 62 78 --- Feb 22 --- --- Xavier W 81 63 5,808 Feb 24 --- --- at Villanova L 70 80 --- Feb 26 --- --- Bowling Green W 81 56 5,808 Mar 1 --- 1 Seton Hall W 71 65 6,054 Mar 3 --- 17 at Eastern Kentucky ot W 73 68 ---


YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS Dec 27 --- --- at Murray State L 70 84 Jan 3 --- --- Fordham L 59 64 Jan 5 --- --- at Duquesne 2ot W 72 70 Jan 7 --- --- at Louisville L 70 76 Jan 11 --- --- Loyola/La. W 83 59 Jan 13 --- --- at New York U. W 82 75 Jan 15 --- 2 at Seton Hall L 74 82 Jan 18 --- --- at Xavier L 68 70 Jan 21 --- --- Loyola/Ill. W 73 63 Jan 23 --- --- at Loyola/Ill. ot L 69 75 Jan 24 --- --- Duquesne 2ot W 68 66 Jan 31 --- --- Toledo W 90 58 Feb 2 --- --- at Loyola/La. W 70 65 Feb 4 --- 8 at Western Kentucky L 77 88 Feb 8 --- --- Canisius W 70 43 Feb 14 --- 17 Louisville L 63 69 Feb 18 --- --- at Miami/Ohio L 65 74 Feb 21 --- --- at Toledo L 62 78 Feb 22 --- --- Xavier W 81 63 Feb 24 --- --- at Villanova L 70 80 Feb 26 --- --- Bowling Green W 81 56 Mar 1 --- 1 Seton Hall W 71 65 Mar 3 --- 17 at Eastern Kentucky ot W 73 68

--- 5,808 --- --- 5,808 7,122 --- 3,876 5,808 --- 5,808 5,808 --- --- 5,808 5,808 --- --- 5,808 --- 5,808 6,054 ---

1953-54 NIT QUARTERFINALIST

SEASON RECORD: 25-7 HEAD COACH: TOM BLACKBURN Rankings Date UD Op Opponent UD Op Att Nov 28 --- --- at Canisius W 79 63 --Dec 2 --- --- Gustavus Adolphus W 90 62 5,808 Dec 5 --- --- Eastern Kentucky W 73 65 5,808 Dec 9 15 --- at Miami/Ohio L 70 72 --Dec 12 15 --- Ohio Wesleyan W 98 71 5,808 Dec 16 --- --- Louisville W 78 61 5,808 Dec 19 --- --- Baldwin-Wallace W 78 48 5,808 Dec 23 16 --- Toledo W 75 64 5,808 Dec 26 16 --- Arizona State W 93 65 5,808 Jan 2 --- --- Murray State W 98 68 5,808 Jan 4 --- 2 at Duquesne L 52 70 --Jan 9 14 --- vs Iona MSG W 68 64 5,278 Jan 11 14 --- at Seton Hall W 67 65 --Jan 13 17 5 W. Kentucky 3ot L 75 79 --Jan 16 17 --- at La Salle L 58 82 5,956 Jan 20 --- --- Seton Hall W 76 61 5,808 Jan 22 --- --- at Cincinnati W 71 69 7,037 Jan 24 --- --- Xavier W 66 58 5,808 Jan 30 18 --- Villanova W 75 65 5,808 Feb 2 --- --- at Loyola/La. L 68 78 --Feb 4 --- --- at Memphis W 66 59 --- Feb 6 --- --- at Loyola/Ill. W 86 78 --- Feb 7 --- --- Loyola/La. W 78 70 5,808 Feb 10 --- --- Miami/Ohio W 80 69 5,808 Feb 13 --- --- at Louisville W 75 71 --- Feb 17 17 --- Cincinnati W 91 66 5,808 Feb 21 17 --- at Xavier W 81 63 7,746 Feb 23 16 --- at Toledo W 67 63 --- Feb 25 16 --- at Bowling Green L 73 107 --- Feb 27 16 1 Duquesne W 64 54 5,808 National Invitation Tournament (MSG, New York, N.Y.) Mar 6 14 --- vs Manhattan W 90 79 16,259 Mar 9 15 --- vs Niagara L 74 77 10,257

1954-55 NIT RUNNERUP

SEASON RECORD: 25-4 HEAD COACH: TOM BLACKBURN Rankings Date UD Op Opponent UD Op Att Dec 1 --- --- Gustavus Adolphus W 82 63 5,808 Dec 4 --- --- Memphis W 88 69 5,808 Dec 7 7 --- at Miami/Ohio W 87 67 --Dec 11 7 --- Bowling Green W 109 39 5,808 Dec 15 5 12 Louisville ot W 71 67 5,808 Dec 18 5 --- Pacific W 73 66 5,808 Dec 21 6 --- Oregon W 71 55 5,808 ECAC Holiday Festival (MSG, New York, N.Y.) Dec 27 6 --- vs St. John’s W 70 56 12,105 Dec 29 4 8 vs Duquesne L 75 90 16,015 Dec 31 4 15 vs UCLA L 92 104 12,135 Jan 5 10 --- Canisius W 68 54 5,808 Jan 8 10 17 at Villanova W 59 52 --Jan 10 10 2 at Duquesne W 68 67 ---

Jan 12 12 --- Cincinnati L 78 85 5,808 Jan 19 18 --- Western Kentucky W 91 73 5,808 Jan 21 18 --- at Louisville ot W 69 67 --- Jan 30 15 --- at Xavier W 91 80 10,541 Feb 1 15 --- at Western Kentucky W 73 67 --- Feb 3 15 --- at Murray State W 49 45 --- Feb 9 16 --- Miami/Ohio W 78 62 5,808 Feb 13 16 --- Loyola/La. W 94 79 5,808 Feb 18 13 12 at Cincinnati W 80 69 6,433 Feb 20 13 --- Xavier W 71 60 5,808 Feb 23 11 --- Toledo W 98 63 5,808 Feb 26 11 4 Duquesne W 67 58 5,808 Mar 3 10 --- Seton Hall W 85 67 5,808 National Invitation Tournament (MSG, New York, N.Y.) Mar 15 9 20 vs Saint Louis W 97 81 9,850 Mar 17 9 --- vs St. Francis/Pa. ot W 79 73 16,485 Mar 18 9 6 vs Duquesne L 58 70 18,496

1955-56 NIT RUNNERUP

SEASON RECORD: 25-4 HEAD COACH: TOM BLACKBURN Rankings Date UD Op Opponent UD Op Att Dec 1 --- --- Pepperdine W 75 35 5,808 Dec 3 --- --- Gustavus Adolphus W 87 61 5,808 Dec 7 7 --- Miami/Ohio W 73 50 5,942 Dec 10 7 --- at Toledo W 62 59 --- Dec 14 7 --- Idaho W 93 56 5,808 Dec 16 7 14 at Cincinnati W 66 57 7,126 UK Invitational Tournament (Memorial Coliseum: Lexington, Ky.) Dec 20 4 3 vs Utah W 77 73 --- Dec 21 4 9 at Kentucky W 89 74 --Dec 28 2 --- Washington & Lee W 86 54 5,808 Jan 5 3 --- Duquesne W 68 52 5,808 Jan 7 3 --- at Iona W 83 64 5,012 Jan 14 2 --- at Canisius W 82 73 --- Jan 18 2 --- Villanova W 71 50 5,808 Jan 21 2 --- Xavier W 81 73 5,808 Jan 28 2 9 Louisville ot L 64 66 5,808 Feb 1 2 --- Loyola/Ill. W 75 37 5,808 Feb 4 2 --- at Loyola/La. W 82 62 --- Feb 7 2 --- at Miami/Ohio W 86 73 --- Feb 11 2 --- St. Francis/Pa. W 76 41 5,808 Feb 15 2 19 Memphis W 85 71 5,808 Feb 17 2 4 at Louisville L 56 59 --- Feb 19 2 --- at Xavier W 85 75 14,284 Feb 22 4 --- Seattle W 80 48 5,808 Feb 25 4 --- Eastern Kentucky W 90 76 5,808 Feb 29 3 --- at Duquesne L 86 87 --- Mar 3 3 --- Cincinnati W 71 58 5,808 National Invitation Tournament (MSG, New York, N.Y.) Mar 20 3 --- vs Xavier W 72 68 11,231 Mar 22 3 --- vs St. Francis/N.Y. W 89 58 16,125 Mar 24 3 6 vs Louisville L 80 93 15,763

1956-57 NIT QUARTERFINALIST

SEASON RECORD: 19-9 HEAD COACH: TOM BLACKBURN Rankings Date UD Op Opponent UD Op Att Dec 1 --- --- Gustavus Adolphus W 84 48 5,808 Dec 5 --- --- Miami/Fla. W 87 48 5,808 Dec 8 --- --- at DePaul L 59 67 --- Dec 12 15 --- at Miami/Ohio W 67 65 --- Dec 15 15 --- Cincinnati L 53 65 5,808 Dec 18 --- --- Cal State-Los Angeles W 78 41 5,808 UK Invitational Tournament (Memorial Coliseum: Lexington, Ky.) Dec 21 --- 5 vs Illinois L 65 82 --- Dec 22 --- 4 vs SMU L 59 67 --Bluegrass Tournament (Freedom Hall: Louisville, Ky.) Dec 28 --- --- vs Duquesne W 88 45 15,400 Dec 29 --- 8 at Louisville ot L 53 61 --Jan 3 --- --- Duquesne L 71 79 5,808 Jan 8 --- 14 Canisius W 65 58 5,808 Jan 10 --- --- at St. Francis/N.Y. W 84 60 4,123 Jan 13 --- --- at Xavier W 61 59 7,130 Jan 19 --- --- Eastern Kentucky W 81 61 5,808 Jan 26 --- 4 at Louisville L 56 57 --- Jan 30 --- --- DePaul W 75 58 5,808 Feb 2 --- --- Morehead State W 80 67 5,808 Feb 6 --- --- Miami/Ohio 2ot W 68 67 5,813

Jack Sallee played in more than 90 Flyer victories, and finished his career third all-time in points (behind Don Meineke and John Horan).

Feb 8 --- --- at Villanova W 102 70 --- Feb 12 --- --- Loyola/La. W 75 63 5,808 Feb 14 --- --- Regis W 97 53 5,808 Feb 20 --- --- Xavier L 65 68 5,808 Feb 23 --- 7 Louisville W 50 48 5,808 Feb 27 --- --- Toledo W 90 47 5,808 Mar 1 --- --- at Cincinnati W 67 63 7,088 National Invitation Tournament (MSG, New York, N.Y.) Mar 16 --- --- vs St. Peter’s W 79 71 15,135 Mar 19 --- --- vs Temple L 66 77 10,543

1957-58 NIT RUNNERUP

SEASON RECORD: 25-4 HEAD COACH: TOM BLACKBURN Rankings Date UD Op Opponent UD Op Att Dec 4 --- --- Morris Harvey W 62 43 5,808 Dec 7 --- --- Ball State W 58 41 5,808 Dec 11 --- --- Miami/Ohio L 59 63 5,808 Dec 14 --- --- St. Mary’s/Calif. W 69 50 5,808 Dec 17 --- --- Ohio University W 58 41 5,808 Dec 19 --- --- Fordham W 64 35 5,808 Dec 21 --- --- Utah State W 66 47 5,808 ECAC Holiday Festival (MSG, New York, N.Y.) Dec 26 --- --- vs Manhattan W 59 51 8,297 Dec 28 --- --- vs California ot L 55 60 11,023 Dec 30 --- 15 vs Seattle ot W 81 75 11,851 Jan 4 --- --- at DePaul W 69 60 --Jan 8 --- --- Detroit W 72 59 5,808 Jan 11 --- --- at Canisius W 47 43 --Jan 16 --- --- Oklahoma City W 75 60 5,808 Jan 18 --- --- St. Peter’s W 59 54 5,808 Jan 25 17 --- at Louisville W 57 49 --Jan 29 16 --- Xavier W 74 59 5,808 Feb 1 16 --- Eastern Kentucky W 75 48 5,808 Feb 5 14 --- at Miami/Ohio W 64 62 --Feb 8 14 --- at Duquesne W 68 65 --Feb 12 14 --- DePaul W 62 53 5,808 Feb 16 14 --- at Xavier W 64 58 5,291 Feb 26 10 --- Louisville W 58 52 5,808 Feb 27 10 --- Loyola/La. W 103 69 5,808 Mar 1 10 --- at Toledo W 59 48 --Mar 4 8 3 at Cincinnati L 66 70 15,011 National Invitation Tournament (MSG, New York, NY.) Mar 18 11 --- vs Fordham W 74 70 12,160 Mar 20 11 --- vs St. John’s W 80 56 15,834

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ot L 74 78 12,020

1958-59

SEASON RECORD: 14-12 HEAD COACH: TOM BLACKBURN Rankings Date UD Op Opponent UD Op Att Dec 3 --- --- Central State W 54 50 5,808 Dec 6 --- --- Ball State W 75 43 5,808 Dec 10 --- --- Miami/Ohio W 54 50 5,808 Dec 13 --- --- Stetson W 66 53 5,808 Dec 17 --- --- Texas Southern W 93 77 5,808 Dec 20 --- --- Eastern Kentucky W 69 68 5,808 ECAC Holiday Festival (MSG, New York, N.Y.) Dec 26 20 --- vs Niagara W 84 79 12,135 Dec 27 20 --- vs St. John’s L 63 76 9,765 Dec 29 20 --- vs Utah L 70 79 13,746 Jan 3 --- --- Brigham Young L 62 70 5,808 Jan 7 --- --- Duquesne W 57 47 5,808

Jan 10 --- --- at DePaul W 62 60 Jan 14 --- --- Xavier W 60 56 Jan 24 --- --- at Louisville L 59 76 Jan 28 --- --- Canisius W 67 54 Jan 31 --- --- St. Francis/Pa. L 53 56 Feb 4 --- 5 at Cincinnati L 74 96 Feb 7 --- --- at Miami/Ohio L 68 72 Feb 11 --- --- DePaul W 88 69 Feb 14 --- --- Portland W 65 58 Feb 17 --- --- at Duquesne L 57 65 Feb 21 --- --- Louisville L 54 58 Feb 28 --- --- at Wake Forest L 57 66 Mar 2 --- --- at Detroit W 82 51 Mar 4 --- --- Toledo L 65 68 Mar 8 --- --- at Xavier L 69 71

--5,808 9,021 5,808 5,808 9,763 --- 5,808 5,808 --- 5,808 --- --- 5,808 5,491

1959-60 NIT QUARTERFINALIST

SEASON RECORD: 21-7 HEAD COACH: TOM BLACKBURN Rankings Date UD Op Opponent UD Op Att Dec 2 --- --- Central State W 80 51 5,808 Dec 5 --- --- Arizona State W 89 50 5,808 Dec 9 --- --- Miami/Ohio W 61 45 5,808 Dec 12 --- --- at Toledo L 71 81 --- Dec 17 --- --- Drake W 71 54 5,808 Dec 19 --- --- The Citadel W 60 48 5,808 Dec 22 --- --- St. Mary’s/Texas W 79 53 5,808 Dixie Classic (Reynolds Coliseum: Raleigh, N.C.) Dec 28 --- --- at North Carolina State W 36 32 --- Dec 29 --- 19 vs Wake Forest L 50 61 --Dec 30 --- 18 vs Duke 3ot W 71 63 --Jan 2 --- 1 at Cincinnati L 63 70 11,196 Jan 6 --- --- Xavier W 54 51 5,808 Jan 9 --- --- Canisius W 73 63 5,808 Jan 13 --- --- Duquesne ot W 75 60 5,808 Jan 16 --- --- Memphis ot W 58 52 5,808 Jan 23 19 --- Louisville W 62 53 5,808 Jan 27 19 17 Virginia Tech W 77 59 5,808 Jan 30 19 20 Wake Forest W 62 45 5,808 Feb 3 13 --- Miami/Ohio W 72 60 5,808 Feb 10 15 --- at Duquesne L 66 79 --- Feb 17 --- --- at DePaul L 66 70 --- Feb 20 --- --- at Louisville L 55 80 --- Feb 24 --- --- at Xavier W 91 82 5,298 Feb 27 --- --- Eastern Kentucky W 64 51 5,808 Mar 2 --- --- Detroit W 75 69 5,808 Mar 5 --- --- at DePaul W 67 66 --National Invitation Tournament (MSG, New York, N.Y.) Mar 12 --- --- vs Temple W 72 51 17,078 Mar 15 --- 4 vs Bradley L 64 78 16,345

1960-61 NIT FINAL FOUR

Bill Uhl was a dominant big man for the Flyers and a first-team All-American as selected by Look Magazine. His senior year, the Flyers were ranked second nationally during much of the 1955-56 season, behind Bill Russell and the San Francisco Dons.

SEASON RECORD: 20-9 HEAD COACH: TOM BLACKBURN Rankings Date UD Op Opponent UD Op Dec 1 --- --- Manchester W 88 68 Dec 3 --- --- Lamar W 73 51 Dec 7 --- --- Kent State W 75 56 Dec 10 --- --- at St. Joseph’s/Pa. W 67 65 Dec 14 20 --- Miami/Ohio W 84 69 Dec 17 20 --- at Drake L 62 73 Dec 21 --- --- Seton Hall W 66 45 Dec 29 --- --- at Cincinnati L 61 71 Jan 4 --- --- Canisius W 86 63 Jan 7 --- --- DePaul L 64 75 Jan 11 --- --- at Duquesne W 60 56 Jan 13 --- --- Central State W 84 67 Jan 17 --- --- at Detroit L 57 71 Jan 19 --- --- Wittenberg L 46 45 Jan 21 --- 5 at Louisville L 50 63 Jan 28 --- --- at Xavier W 87 64 Feb 1 --- --- at Miami/Ohio L 58 60 Feb 4 --- --- at Memphis W 96 77 Feb 9 --- --- vs Seton Hall MSG W 112 77 Feb 11 --- --- Creighton W 98 67 Feb 15 --- --- Duquesne W 70 67 Feb 19 --- --- Louisville W 91 71

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Att 5,808 5,808 5,808 5,175 5,808 --- 5,808 7,074 5,808 5,808 --- 5,808 --- 5,808 --- 4,491 --- --- 5,685 5,808 5,808 5,808

Feb 22 --- --- Xavier W 94 71 5,808 Feb 25 --- --- Eastern Kentucky W 79 71 5,808 Mar 1 --- --- Toledo W 83 60 5,808 Mar 4 --- --- at DePaul W 83 84 --National Invitation Tournament (MSG, New York, N.Y.) Mar 21 --- --- vs Temple W 62 60 13,896 Mar 23 --- --- vs Saint Louis L 60 67 18,378 Mar 25 --- --- vs Holy Cross L 76 85 15,673

1961-62 NIT CHAMPION

SEASON RECORD: 24-6 HEAD COACH: TOM BLACKBURN Rankings Date UD Op Opponent UD Op Att Dec 2 --- --- Christian Brothers W 95 54 5,808 Dec 6 --- --- at Toledo W 72 57 --Dec 9 --- --- Saint Joseph’s W 78 67 5,808 Dec 12 --- --- at Miami/Ohio W 86 67 --- Dec 16 --- --- New Mexico State W 76 60 5,808 Dec 20 --- --- Regis W 62 45 5,808 ECAC Holiday Festival (MSG, New York, N.Y.) Dec 26 --- --- vs New York U. W 75 67 16,797 Dec 28 --- --- vs Wisconsin L 93 105 15,238 Dec 30 --- --- vs La Salle W 81 67 15,408 Jan 3 --- --- Xavier W 64 48 5,808 Jan 6 --- --- at Canisius L 68 78 --- Jan 10 --- 8 at Duquesne L 59 79 --- Jan 13 --- --- Louisville W 72 64 5,808 Jan 16 --- 3 at Cincinnati L 61 80 11,942 Jan 20 --- --- Eastern Kentucky W 97 66 5,808 Jan 27 --- --- at DePaul 2ot W 90 88 --- Jan 31 --- --- Drake W 79 74 5,808 Feb 7 --- --- at Xavier L 71 72 4,266 Feb 10 --- --- Detroit L 75 97 5,808 Feb 15 --- --- Portland W 50 47 5,808 Feb 17 --- 9 Duquesne W 71 48 5,808 Feb 21 --- --- Memphis W 78 67 5,808 Feb 24 --- --- at Louisville W 65 59 --- Feb 28 --- --- Miami/Ohio W 63 52 5,808 Mar 3 --- --- Kent State W 94 65 5,808 Mar 10 --- --- DePaul W 77 61 5,808 National Invitation Tournament (MSG, New York, N.Y.) Mar 15 --- --- vs Wichita State W 79 71 13,895 Mar 17 --- --- vs Houston W 94 77 12,308 Mar 22 --- --- vs Loyola/Ill. W 98 82 17,326 Mar 24 --- --- vs St. John’s W 73 67 16,037


YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 1962-63

SEASON RECORD: 16-10 HEAD COACH: TOM BLACKBURN Rankings Date UD Op Opponent Dec 1 --- --- Ohio Wesleyan W Dec 5 --- --- Central State W Dec 8 --- --- Eastern Kentucky W Dec 13 --- --- Niagara L Dec 15 --- --- Seattle L Dec 20 --- 1 at Cincinnati L Dec 22 --- --- Miami/Ohio W Dec 28 --- --- Dartmouth W Dec 31 --- 3 at Loyola/Ill. L Jan 3 --- --- at Xavier W Jan 9 --- --- St. Francis/Pa. ot W Jan 12 --- --- Louisville ot W Jan 16 --- --- Wittenberg L Jan 19 --- --- DePaul W Jan 26 --- --- Toledo W Jan 31 --- --- vs Providence MSG L Feb 2 --- --- Duquesne W Feb 6 --- --- Xavier W Feb 9 --- --- at Detroit W Feb 13 --- --- at Duquesne W Feb 19 --- --- at Memphis L

UD Op 77 68 74 59 79 67 67 75 58 75 37 44 47 42 62 45 69 74 69 64 69 65 70 65 45 48 57 56 67 62 72 84 79 59 79 63 70 68 58 57 59 61

Att 5,808 5,808 5,808 5,808 5,808 8,078 5,808 5,808 10,346 2,163 5,808 5,808 5,808 5,808 5,808 8,572 5,808 5,808 -------

SEASON RECORD: 15-10 HEAD COACH: TOM BLACKBURN/DON DONOHER Rankings Date UD Op Opponent UD Op Nov 30 --- --- Akron W 85 64 Dec 4 --- --- Cal-Davis W 74 48 Dec 7 --- --- at Eastern Kentucky W 83 72

Att 5,808 5,808 ---

Feb 23 Feb 26 Mar 1 Mar 6 Mar 9

--- --- --- --- ---

--- at --- at --- at --- --- at

Louisville ot Miami/Ohio Saint Joseph’s Canisius DePaul

L W L W L

55 57 63 75 66

61 53 70 64 68

----3,909 5,808 ---

1963-64

Dec 10 --- --- at Miami/Ohio 2ot W 87 Dec 14 --- --- at Canisius W 67 Dec 18 --- --- Lamar W 85 Dec 21 --- --- Murray State W 86 ECAC Holiday Festival (MSG, New York, N.Y.) Dec 26 --- --- vs Villanova L 73 Dec 28 --- --- vs St. John’s L 76 Jan 4 --- --- Xavier L 94 Jan 8 --- --- Ohio Wesleyan W 69

81 65 73 71

----5,808 5,808

77 15,451 88 3,000 103 5,808 52 5,808

Gordy Hatton had a huge NIT semifinal in 1962, netting 33 points versus Loyola/Ill. He followed that up with 19 more points in the Championship Game as the Flyers beat St. John’s. Both Gordy and his brother Tom averaged in double-figures that season.

Mar 6 --- --- at DePaul W 71 64 4,017 NCAA Tournament (E.A. Diddle Arena: Bowling Green, Ky.) Mar 9 --- --- vs Ohio University W 66 65 7,500 NCAA Tournament (Memorial Coliseum: Lexington, Ky.) Mar 12 --- 1 vs Michigan L 71 98 11,600 Mar 13 --- --- vs DePaul W 75 69 10,500

1965-66 NCAA SWEET 16

Don Donoher took over the Flyer program near the end of the 1963-64 season as Tom Blackburn succumbed to cancer. Mr. Blackburn’s final game on the Flyer bench was Feb. 26, 1964, when the Flyers fell to the Miami Redskins. “We knew he was a tough old bird from the beginning,” said former player Chuck Grigsby. “But the man was tougher than any of us ever realized in keeping on his feet as long as he did.” Donoher handled the team for the last three games, but those games were credited to Mr. Blackburn’s record. He passed on March 6, 1964, 26 hours before the season finale and Coach Donoher became the Flyers’ 15th different head coach.

Jan 11 Jan 13 Jan 18 Jan 21 Jan 22 Feb 1

--- --- --- --- --- ---

--- --- --- at --- at 3 --- at

Louisville Portland DePaul Seattle Loyola/Ill. Xavier

W W L L L L

67 82 83 63 56 81

59 60 89 80 70 82

5,808 5,808 ----5,808 5,488

Feb 5 Feb 12 Feb 15 Feb 22 Feb 26 Feb 29 Mar 4 Mar 7

--- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---

--- at --- --- --- at --- --- --- 8

Cincinnati Detroit Memphis Louisville Miami/Ohio Loyola/La. Saint Joseph’s ot DePaul

L W W W L W W L

63 90 83 89 62 82 78 73

77 84 73 79 75 67 74 79

8,023 5,808 5,808 12,152 5,808 5,808 5,808 5,808

1964-65 NCAA SWEET 16

SEASON RECORD: 22-7 HEAD COACH: DON DONOHER Rankings

Date UD Op Opponent UD Op Att Dec 2 --- --- Niagara W 95 64 5,808 Dec 5 --- --- Eastern Kentucky W 73 71 5,808 Dec 9 --- --- at Miami/Ohio L 88 95 3,010 Dec 12 --- --- Idaho State ot W 71 53 5,808 UK Invitational Tournament (Memorial Coliseum: Lexington, Ky.) Dec 18 --- --- vs Illinois L 86 104 11,500 Dec 19 --- --- vs West Virginia W 71 67 11,800 Dec 23 --- --- Army W 41 33 5,808 Dec 30 --- --- Dartmouth W 98 70 5,808 Jan 2 --- --- Akron W 78 65 5,808 Jan 4 --- --- at Xavier W 83 79 4,809 Jan 9 --- --- at Detroit ot L 74 76 --Jan 12 --- --- at Cincinnati L 65 76 6,602 Jan 16 --- --- DePaul L 59 63 5,808 Jan 20 --- --- Chattanooga W 96 80 5,808 Jan 23 --- --- Louisville W 83 78 5,808 Jan 25 --- --- Loyola Marymount W 89 71 5,808 Jan 27 --- --- Canisius W 88 72 5,808 Jan 30 --- --- Miami/Ohio W 54 52 5,808 Feb 3 --- --- Xavier W 112 81 5,808 Feb 6 --- --- Stetson W 93 55 5,808 Feb 13 --- --- at Memphis L 71 77 7,390 Feb 16 --- --- at Loyola/La. W 94 69 --Feb 20 --- --- at Loyola/Ill. W 83 72 8,985 Feb 24 --- --- at Louisville W 75 70 8,802 Feb 27 --- --- St. Francis/Pa. W 80 43 5,808

SEASON RECORD: 23-6 HEAD COACH: DON DONOHER Rankings Date UD Op Opponent UD Op Att Dec 1 --- --- Villa Madonna W 90 54 5,808 Dec 4 --- --- at Eastern Kentucky W 72 69 6,700 Dec 7 --- --- Miami/Ohio W 63 48 5,808 Dec 11 --- --- Middle Tennessee W 90 63 5,808 Dec 15 --- --- Louisville W 76 59 5,808 Dec 18 --- --- at Canisius W 70 67 --Dec 22 --- --- Loyola/La. W 88 57 5,808 Sugar Bowl Tournament (Loyola Fieldhouse: New Orleans, La.) Dec 29 --- --- vs Auburn W 85 71 5,000 Dec 30 --- --- vs Maryland L 75 77 5,000 Jan 3 --- --- Xavier W 105 79 5,808 Jan 8 --- --- at DePaul W 81 70 4,541 Jan 12 --- --- at Cincinnati L 79 87 11,152 Jan 15 --- --- Seattle W 81 65 5,808 Jan 17 --- --- St. Francis/Pa. W 98 56 5,808 Jan 19 --- --- at Louisville L 77 94 11,264 Jan 22 --- --- Western Kentucky W 77 57 5,808 Jan 25 --- --- Loyola Marymount W 85 57 5,808 Jan 29 --- 5 at Saint Joseph’s W 79 76 7,615 Feb 7 --- --- Murray State W 99 86 5,808 Feb 9 --- --- at Xavier W 76 73 3,600 Feb 12 --- --- Memphis W 90 77 5,808 Feb 16 --- 4 Loyola/Ill. L 72 77 5,808 Feb 19 --- --- at Miami/Ohio W 75 60 3,000 Feb 24 --- --- vs Houston MSG W 71 69 11,620 Feb 26 --- --- DePaul W 76 73 5,808 Mar 5 --- --- Detroit W 109 80 5,808 NCAA Tournament (Memorial Gymnasium: Kent, Ohio) Mar 7 --- --- vs Miami/Ohio W 58 51 7,013

NCAA Tournament (Iowa Field House: Iowa City, Iowa) Mar 11 --- 1 vs Kentucky L 79 86 11,500 Mar 12 --- 10 vs Western Kentucky L 68 82 13,500

1966-67 NCAA RUNNER-UP

SEASON RECORD: 25-6 HEAD COACH: DON DONOHER Rankings Date UD Op Opponent UD Op

Att Dec 1 --- --- Baldwin-Wallace W 95 81 5,882 Dec 3 --- --- at Saint Louis W 80 78 7,120 Dec 6 --- --- at Miami/Ohio W 80 71 2,144 Dec 10 --- --- Eastern Kentucky W 104 82 5,882 Dec 15 --- --- Tampa W 111 64 5,882 Dec 17 --- 3 at Louisville L 81 96 14,602 Dec 20 --- --- East Carolina W 86 66 5,882 Dec 23 --- --- at Loyola/Ill. W 100 90 6,059 Dec 28 --- --- Marquette W 95 76 5,882 Dec 30 --- --- New Mexico State W 74 48 5,882 Jan 2 --- --- Harvard W 100 78 5,882 Jan 4 --- --- at Xavier W 75 72 4,802 Jan 10 --- --- Cincinnati L 49 62 5,882 Jan 14 --- --- at Detroit W 94 75 3,736 Jan 18 --- 2 Louisville L 50 66 5,882 Jan 21 --- --- DePaul W 81 65 5,882 Jan 25 --- --- Canisius W 83 59 5,882 Jan 28 --- --- Miami/Ohio W 71 55 5,882 Feb 4 --- --- at Niagara L 74 80 3,200 Feb 8 --- --- Xavier W 70 66 5,882 Feb 11 --- --- at Memphis W 81 56 11,001 Feb 15 --- --- Northern Illinois W 101 60 5,882 Feb 18 --- --- at Loyola/La. W 101 71 1,500 Feb 21 --- --- at Miami/Fla. W 80 79 2,283 Feb 25 --- --- Chattanooga W 98 66 5,882 Mar 4 --- --- at DePaul L 79 84 4,362 NCAA Tournament (Memorial Coliseum: Lexington, Ky.) Mar 11 --- 6 vs Western Kentucky ot W 69 67 11,500 NCAA Tournament (Magaw Hall: Evanston, Ill.) Mar 17 --- 8 vs Tennessee W 53 52 7,386 Mar 18 --- --- vs Virginia Tech ot W 71 66 7,419 FINAL FOUR (Freedom Hall: Louisville, Ky.)  Mar 24 --- 4 vs North Carolina W 76 62 18,889 Mar 25 --- 1 vs UCLA L 64 79 18,892

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SEASON RECORD: 21-9 HEAD COACH: DON DONOHER Rankings Date UD Op Opponent UD Op Att Dec 2 6 --- Northern Michigan W 78 61 5,882 Dec 5 6 --- Miami/Ohio L 61 64 5,882

Dec 9 6 --- at Eastern Kentucky L 75 76 7,250 Dec 13 --- 5 Louisville W 63 47 5,882 Dec 16 --- --- Rice W 82 58 5,882 UK Invitational Tournament (Memorial Coliseum: Lexington, Ky.) Dec 22 --- 7 at Kentucky L 85 88 11,500 Dec 23 --- --- vs Cincinnati L 70 71 11,500 Dec 27 --- --- Portland W 124 68 5,882 Dec 30 --- --- at Cincinnati L 68 82 6,883

Jan 3 Jan 6 Jan 11 Jan 13 Jan 17 Jan 20 Jan 23 Jan 29 Feb 1 Feb 3 Feb 7 Feb 10 Feb 17 Feb 21 Feb 24 Feb 28 Mar 2

--- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---

--- at Xavier --- at Marquette --- St. Louis --- Detroit --- a W. Kentucky ot --- DePaul --- at Louisville --- Loyola/La. --- Miami/Fla. --- Saint Joseph’s --- Xavier --- Fairfield --- at --- --- at --- --- at

DePaul Loyola/Ill. Canisius St. Joseph’s/Ind. Miami/Ohio

W L W W L L L W W W W W W W W W W

83 68 57 86 74 65 72 81 98 86 64 95 70 91 82 99 63

80 3,765 83 11,138 56 5,882 74 5,882 75 9,122 70 5,882 73 11,081 65 5,882 60 5,882 64 5,882 56 5,882 70 5,882 58 75 64 66 51

3,017 5,882 4,110 5,882 3,914

National Invitation Tournament (MSG, New York, N.Y.) Mar 16 --- --- vs West Virginia W 87 68 16,127 Mar 19 --- --- vs Fordham W 61 60 18,683 Mar 21 --- --- vs Notre Dame ot W 76 74 19,500 Mar 23 --- --- vs Kansas W 61 48 19,008

1968-69 NCAA FIRST ROUND

SEASON RECORD: 20-7 HEAD COACH: DON DONOHER Rankings Date UD Op Opponent Nov 30 --- --- Baldwin-Wallace W Dec 4 --- --- Gannon W Dec 7 --- --- Bowling Green W Dec 9 --- --- Portland W Dec 11 --- --- at Miami/Ohio W Dec 14 --- --- at Louisville L Dec 21 --- --- Providence W Dec 23 --- --- Loyola Marymount W Dec 28 --- --- Eastern Kentucky W Dec 31 --- --- at Saint Louis W Jan 4 --- --- at Xavier L Jan 11 --- 13 at Detroit W Jan 15 --- --- Louisville W Jan 18 --- --- at DePaul W Jan 20 --- --- Western Kentucky L Jan 25 20 --- Miami/Ohio W Jan 27 20 --- Xavier W Feb 1 20 --- Niagara W Feb 6 19 6 vs Davidson MSG L Feb 8 19 --- at Loyola/Ill. ot W

UD Op 89 59 91 71 81 60 95 66 83 55 69 84 90 63 83 58 85 76 67 56 55 59 64 62 69 67 86 83 65 70 67 54 72 64 100 70 63 64 70 69

Att 5,882 5,882 5,882 5,882 4,534 12,018 5,882 5,882 5,882 2,224 3,881 7,723 5,882 3,648 5,882 5,882 5,882 5,882 6,496 4,621

Gene Klaus played in 11 NCAA Tournament games for the Flyers, a school record. UD won seven of those 11 from 1965 to 1967.

Feb 13 Feb 15 Feb 19 Feb 22 Feb 26 Mar 1

17 17 --- --- --- ---

--- at --- at --- at --- --- ---

Rice Florida State Cincinnati Chattanooga Morehead State DePaul

W L L W W W

58 71 60 61 75 63

55 79 96 58 63 57

2,000 5,000 5,837 5,882 5,882 5,882

vs Colorado State L 50 52

6,500

NCAA Tournament (Daniel-Meyer Coliseum: Fort Worth, Texas) Mar 7 ---

---

1969-70 NCAA FIRST ROUND

SEASON RECORD: 19-8 HEAD COACH: DON DONOHER Rankings Date UD Op Opponent UD Op Att Dec 6 --- --- Bowling Green W 72 70 13,450 Dec 9 --- 11 at Louisville W 72 56 12,237 Dec 13 --- --- at Eastern Kentucky W 67 63 7,200 UK Invitational Tournament (Memorial Coliseum: Lexington, Ky.) Dec 19 --- --- vs Duke L 67 72 11,500 Dec 20 --- --- vs Navy W 83 69 11,500 Dec 23 --- --- Cincinnati L 62 64 13,450 Dec 27 --- --- Miami/Ohio L 64 66 13,450 Dec 29 --- --- Portland W 99 48 12,002 Jan 3 --- --- at Xavier W 94 76 3,118 Jan 10 --- --- at Providence W 81 78 3,300

Jan 14 --- 18 Louisville L 69 77 13,450 Jan 17 --- --- DePaul W 79 75 13,450 Jan 19 --- --- Detroit W 89 68 12,430 Jan 24 --- --- at Miami/Ohio L 65 76 6,143 Jan 28 --- --- Eastern Michigan W 97 81 12,716 Jan 31 --- --- Colgate W 97 82 13,450 Feb 4 --- --- Xavier W 90 78 12,542 Feb 7 --- 12 Florida State L 76 82 13,450 Feb 10 --- --- Saint Louis W 64 61 12,375 Feb 14 --- --- at Tampa W 88 62 1,500 Feb 16 --- --- at Loyola/La. W 83 73 225 Feb 18 --- --- Kent State W 88 78 12,127 Feb 21 --- --- at DePaul W 74 63 3,920 Feb 23 --- 16 at Western Kentucky L 63 76 12,352 Feb 28 --- 13 Notre Dame W 95 79 13,450 Mar 3 --- --- Loyola/Ill. W 93 70 12,872 NCAA Tournament (Daniel-Meyer Coliseum: Fort Worth, Texas) Mar 7 --- 13 vs Houston L 64 71 5,823

Don May’s remarkable performance against North Carolina in the 1967 NCAA National Semifinal Game will always be remembered for a certain number: 13. Thirteen is how many consecutive field goals he made against the No. 4 Tar Heels as the Flyers advanced to the National Championship against UCLA. The Flyers, in their lone National Championship appearance, fell to Lew Alcindor and his fellow Bruins, as UCLA won its first of seven consecutive National Championships.

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SEASON RECORD: 18-9 HEAD COACH: DON DONOHER Rankings Date UD Op Opponent UD Op Att Dec 1 --- --- Baldwin-Wallace W 90 47 12,452 Dec 5 --- --- at Bowling Green W 72 70 5,378 Dec 9 --- 20 at Louisville L 70 72 11,050 Dec 11 --- --- Miami/Fla. W 91 77 12,941 Dec 17 --- --- Loyola Marymount W 80 59 12,056 Dec 19 --- --- Kent State W 65 63 12,551 Dec 22 --- --- Duke L 64 70 13,458 Dec 26 --- --- Portland W 88 72 12,197 Jan 2 --- 1 at UCLA L 82 106 12,543 Jan 4 --- --- at Houston L 80 106 7,003 Jan 9 --- --- Loyola/La. W 111 94 12,739 Jan 13 --- 16 Louisville L 68 73 13,458 Jan 16 --- --- at DePaul W 76 71 3,201 Jan 23 --- --- at Detroit W 88 77 2,517 Jan 25 --- --- Saint Louis W 81 71 12,463 Jan 30 --- --- at Miami/Ohio L 59 60 8,045 Feb 2 --- --- Eastern Kentucky W 110 86 12,229 Feb 6 --- --- Loyola/Ill. W 77 63 12,691 Feb 8 --- 9 Western Kentucky W 63 60 12,815 Feb 11 --- --- at Cincinnati W 70 69 5,111 Feb 15 --- --- Xavier W 70 50 13,274 Feb 20 --- --- DePaul W 92 60 13,150 Feb 24 --- --- Tampa W 90 65 12,355 Feb 27 --- --- at Xavier W 82 76 4,381 Mar 1 --- 19 at Notre Dame L 82 83 11,207 Mar 3 --- --- Miami/Ohio L 53 83 13,458 National Invitation Tournament (MSG, New York, N.Y.) Mar 20 --- --- vs Duke L 60 68 19,102

1971-72

SEASON RECORD: 13-13 HEAD COACH:DON DONOHER Rankings Date UD Op Opponent UD Op Att Dec 1 --- --- Bowling Green W 87 78 13,271 Dec 4 --- --- at Saint Louis L 71 75 5,031 Dec 8 --- 16 at Louisville L 60 88 9,642 Dec 11 --- --- Xavier W 69 66 13,127 Dec 13 --- --- a Eastern Kentucky L 91 98 5,950 Dec 18 --- --- Miami/Ohio L 51 58 12,952 Dec 22 --- --- at Duke L 66 68 5,300 Dec 31 --- --- East Carolina W 86 72 11,448 Jan 3 --- --- Houston W 73 69 12,170 Jan 8 --- --- San Diego W 84 72 12,782 Jan 12 --- 5 Louisville L 64 71 12,782 Jan 15 --- --- DePaul L 72 75 12,684 Jan 19 --- --- Cincinnati W 76 60 13,169 Jan 22 --- --- at Kent State W 58 56 4,087 Jan 26 --- --- at Miami/Ohio W 66 60 6,140 Jan 29 --- --- Wittenberg W 44 42 13,241 Jan 31 --- --- at Niagara L 69 88 1,842 Feb 5 --- --- at Xavier L 66 77 4,488 Feb 7 --- --- at Western Kentucky L 74 76 10,056 Feb 10 --- --- Loyola/Ill. W 91 90 12,167 Feb 12 --- --- Western Michigan W 85 80 12,423 Feb 16 --- --- Detroit L 70 78 11,984 Feb 19 --- --- at Biscayne W 80 77 1,200 Feb 21 --- --- at Davidson L 69 85 4,554 Feb 26 --- 10 Southwestern La. L 86 103 13,458 Mar 4 --- --- Notre Dame W 86 74 13,458

1972-73

SEASON RECORD: 13-13 HEAD COACH:DON DONOHER Rankings Date UD Op Opponent UD Op Att Dec 2 --- --- Illinois State W 81 75 12,594 Dec 5 --- --- at Louisville L 58 75 7,544 Dec 9 --- --- Michigan L 78 81 13,458 Dec 16 --- --- Akron W 74 66 11,579 Dec 18 --- --- Auburn W 106 63 11,899 UD Invitational Tournament (UD Arena: Dayton, Ohio) Dec 22 --- --- Northwestern W 73 66 11,586 Dec 23 --- --- Alabama L 76 77 12,217 Dec 27 --- --- at Seattle L 71 92 4,500 Dec 30 --- 20 at Santa Clara L 64 77 1,510 Jan 3 --- --- Eastern Kentucky L 70 74 11,874 Jan 6 --- --- at Xavier W 98 82 1,235

Mar 6 --- 3 at Louisville L 67 83 14,109 Jan 13 --- --- Old Dominion L 72 77 12,152 Jan 17 --- 20 Louisville L 73 74 12,273 Jan 20 --- --- at Notre Dame L 58 94 10,127 Jan 24 --- --- Miami/Ohio W 68 61 12,117 Jan 27 --- --- at DePaul W 82 74 4,212 Jan 31 --- --- at Cincinnati L 71 84 5,106 Feb 3 --- --- at Loyola/Ill. W 110 89 7,383 Feb 6 --- --- Western Kentucky W 85 78 11,791 Feb 10 --- --- Long Island W 84 76 12,038 Feb 14 --- --- Biscayne W 100 68 11,514 Feb 17 --- 9 at St. John’s L 83 98 6,008 Feb 21 --- --- Kent State W 74 66 11,175 Feb 24 --- --- Davidson L 67 84 12,865 Feb 28 --- --- at Miami/Ohio L 59 84 4,920 Mar 3 --- --- Xavier W 87 81 12,348

1973-74 NCAA SWEET 16

SEASON RECORD: 20-9 HEAD COACH: DON DONOHER Rankings Date UD Op Opponent UD Op Att Dec 1 --- --- St. Joseph’s/Ind. W 97 71 12,157 Dec 5 --- 9 at Louisville L 68 75 10,994 Dec 8 --- --- vs Long Island MSG W 80 69 5,239 Dec 10 --- --- Pepperdine W 69 61 10,458 Dec 15 --- --- at Michigan L 54 76 4,352 UD Invitational Tournament (UD Arena: Dayton, Ohio) Dec 21 --- --- Georgia W 63 55 11,138 Dec 22 --- --- California W 66 62 11,512 Dec 29 --- --- Seattle W 74 65 12,171 Jan 2 --- --- Miami/Ohio W 73 57 11,812 Jan 5 --- --- St. John’s W 82 58 12,252 Jan 9 --- --- at Xavier W 62 52 3,375 Jan 12 --- --- at Creighton L 62 69 4,697 Jan 14 --- --- Loyola/Ill. W 74 59 11,208 Jan 19 --- --- at Detroit ot L 72 79 4,890 Jan 23 --- 14 Louisville L 72 90 12,340 Jan 26 --- --- DePaul W 85 71 11,856 Jan 30 --- --- Cincinnati W 91 79 13,084 Feb 2 --- --- Virginia Military W 76 60 11,538 Feb 4 --- --- at Western Kentucky L 83 87 7,500 Feb 9 --- 13 at South Carolina L 68 81 11,983 Feb 11 --- --- at South Florida ot W 79 77 1,098 Feb 17 --- --- Chattanooga W 87 62 11,959 Feb 23 --- --- Xavier W 86 55 11,702 Feb 25 --- --- at Miami/Ohio W 79 74 3,434 Mar 2 --- --- Northern Michigan W 73 59 12,094 Mar 4 --- 2 Notre Dame W 97 82 13,528 NCAA Tournament (Idaho State Minidome: Pocatello, Idaho)  Mar 9 --- --- vs Cal State-Los Angeles W 88 80 9,400 NCAA Tournament (McKale Center: Tucson, Ariz.) Mar 14 20 2 vs UCLA 3ot L 100 111 13,314 Mar 16 20 17 vs New Mexico L 61 66 13,658

1974-75

SEASON RECORD: 10-16 HEAD COACH:DON DONOHER Rankings Date UD Op Opponent UD Op Att Nov 30 --- --- Old Dominion W 90 69 12,179 Dec 5 --- 6 Louisville L 74 76 12,641 Dec 7 --- --- Xavier W 75 66 12,237 Dec 9 --- --- Detroit W 90 76 11,542 Dec 14 --- 16 Michigan L 50 61 12,864 UD Invitational Tournament (UD Arena: Dayton, Ohio) Dec 20 --- --- Texas Tech L 67 76 10,485 Dec 21 --- --- Clemson W 71 69 10,203 Dec 28 --- --- Akron W 73 72 11,254 Dec 30 --- --- Harvard W 77 64 12,214 Jan 4 --- --- at Pepperdine L 79 80 2,781 Jan 6 --- --- at Houston L 85 86 5,231 Jan 11 --- --- Creighton L 70 71 11,352 Jan 15 --- --- at Eastern Kentucky W 73 65 5,950 Jan 18 --- --- Duquesne L 81 82 11,631 Jan 25 --- --- at DePaul L 80 86 4,260 Jan 29 --- --- at Miami/Ohio L 62 74 4,001 Feb 1 --- --- Loyola/Ill. W 76 63 10,914 Feb 3 --- --- Western Kentucky ot W 86 84 10,148 Feb 8 --- --- Chattanooga L 73 78 11,062 Feb 12 --- --- at Cincinnati L 68 79 7,146 Feb 15 --- --- South Carolina L 73 93 11,605 Feb 19 --- --- at Xavier W 78 67 2,315 Feb 22 --- --- South Florida L 61 72 11,747

1975-76

SEASON RECORD: 14-13 HEAD COACH: DON DONOHER Rankings Date UD Op Opponent UD Op Att Nov 29 --- --- Ashland W 85 67 11,067 Dec 3 --- --- at Miami/Ohio L 55 66 4,841 Dec 6 --- --- Biscayne W 95 68 10,823 Dec 9 --- --- Eastern Kentucky W 68 59 10,207 Dec 13 --- 18 at Michigan L 80 106 7,492 UD Invitational Tournament (UD Arena: Dayton, Ohio) Dec 19 --- --- Mississippi State L 54 56 10,658 Dec 20 --- --- Washington State W 91 81 10,513 Dec 27 --- --- Houston L 68 72 12,313 Dec 30 --- --- at Syracuse L 74 84 7,975 Jan 3 --- --- Xavier W 80 71 11,803 Jan 5 --- --- Jacksonville W 92 83 10,074 Jan 10 --- --- Old Dominion W 91 79 10,889 Jan 14 --- --- Miami/Ohio W 62 61 11,429 Jan 17 --- --- Rollins W 67 64 11,680 Jan 19 --- --- at Duquesne L 67 91 3,340 Jan 24 --- --- at Detroit L 70 86 5,014 Jan 28 --- --- at Louisville L 74 83 10,395 Jan 31 --- --- at DePaul L 72 84 3,739 Feb 7 --- --- Chattanooga L 63 65 10,949 Feb 9 --- --- at Western Kentucky W 93 82 8,400 Feb 11 --- --- Loyola/Ill. W 78 73 9,987 Feb 16 --- --- at South Florida L 72 85 1,350 Feb 21 --- --- Akron W 71 66 10,837 Feb 25 --- 6 Notre Dame W 79 85 13,149 Feb 28 --- --- at Xavier W 77 75 3,800 Mar 6 --- 18 Florida State W 95 81 10,780 Mar 9 --- 15 Cincinnati L 84 85 12,475

1976-77

SEASON RECORD: 16-11 HEAD COACH: DON DONOHER Rankings Date UD Op Opponent UD Op Att Nov 27 --- --- Cal Poly Pomona W 83 73 10,918 Dec 4 --- --- Western Kentucky W 92 69 11,424 Dec 6 --- --- at Eastern Kentucky W 76 69 2,200 Dec 11 --- --- Loyola Marymount W 71 48 11,286 Dec 13 --- --- New Orleans W 82 68 10,366 UD Invitational Tournament (UD Arena: Dayton, Ohio) Dec 17 --- --- Virginia Tech L 75 76 11,569 Dec 18 --- --- Oklahoma State W 78 68 11,246 Dec 21 --- --- Santa Clara W 90 81 10,624 Jan 4 --- --- Morehead State W 79 68 12,136 Jan 8 --- --- Xavier W 75 59 12,318 Jan 10 --- --- Youngstown State W 83 59 11,187 Jan 12 --- 3 at Cincinnati L 61 84 17,009 Jan 15 --- --- Detroit L 63 65 12,030 Jan 19 --- --- Miami/Ohio L 70 79 11,694 Jan 22 --- --- DePaul L 67 74 12,180 Jan 26 --- --- Southwestern La. L 52 54 11,403 Jan 27 --- 11 Louisville L 71 76 11,930 Jan 29 --- 20 at Memphis L 67 81 11,075 Feb 1 --- --- at Notre Dame L 64 97 11,293 Feb 5 --- --- Chattanooga W 86 78 10,893 Feb 10 --- --- at Seton Hall L 72 89 5,372 Feb 12 --- --- South Florida W 86 58 10,911 Feb 16 --- --- at Miami/Ohio W 72 69 4,479 Feb 18 --- --- at Florida State L 71 76 1,000 Feb 22 --- --- at Biscayne W 82 60 1,729 Feb 26 --- --- Loyola/Ill. W 89 71 11,310 Mar 3 --- --- at Xavier W 86 48 3,000

1977-78 NIT QUARTERFINALIST

SEASON RECORD: 19-10 HEAD COACH: DON DONOHER Rankings Date UD Op Opponent UD Op Att Nov 26 --- --- Cal State-Hayward W 87 50 11,164 Nov 28 --- 11 Syracuse W 76 67 10,718 Dec 1 --- --- Biscayne W 90 59 10,326 Dec 5 --- --- Eastern Kentucky W 83 70 10,831 Dec 7 --- --- Temple L 52 63 11,385 Dec 10 --- 9 at Michigan L 61 71 13,549

Feb 26 --- --- Miami/Ohio L 66 78 10,769

Mar 1

--- 16 at Notre Dame L 69 102

11,345

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS UD Invitational Tournament (UD Arena: Dayton, Ohio) Dec 16 --- --- San Diego State W 80 71 10,625 Dec 17 --- --- Georgia Tech W 65 63 10,844 Dec 19 --- 10 at Louisville L 63 69 14,191 Dec 29 --- --- Memphis W 85 83 12,455 Jan 5 --- --- UNC Charlotte W 61 55 11,115 Jan 7 --- --- at Xavier L 56 58 3,800 Jan 9 --- --- Roanoke W 53 22 10,931 Jan 11 --- --- Miami/Ohio W 73 66 12,031 Jan 14 --- --- at Detroit L 73 87 8,096 Jan 16 --- --- Chattanooga W 97 68 10,864 Jan 21 --- 18 at DePaul L 70 74 5,115 Jan 25 --- --- at Western Kentucky W 80 72 7,100 Feb 2 --- --- at Duquesne W 67 65 2,322 Feb 4 --- --- Ashland W 98 69 11,245 Feb 8 --- --- Akron W 91 52 10,358 Feb 11 --- --- Cincinnati L 40 42 13,458 Feb 15 --- --- at Miami/Ohio L 60 63 5,082 Feb 18 --- --- at New Orleans L 79 86 3,474 Feb 25 --- --- Loyola/Ill. W 79 69 11,239 Feb 28 --- --- Xavier W 90 62 10,675 Mar 4 --- 7 Notre Dame W 66 59 13,458 National Invitation Tournament (UD Arena: Dayton, Ohio) Mar 10 --- --- Fairfield W 108 93 12,847 Mar 14 --- --- Georgetown L 62 71 13,458

1978-79 NIT SECOND ROUND

SEASON RECORD: 19-10 HEAD COACH: DON DONOHER Rankings Date UD Op Opponent UD Op Att Nov 29 --- --- Wittenberg W 66 54 12,184 Dec 2 --- --- McNeese State W 85 75 11,638 Dec 4 --- --- at Eastern Kentucky L 70 72 5,802 Dec 9 --- 6 Michigan L 61 66 12,518 Dec 11 --- --- Cal Poly Pomona W 81 67 10,258 Dec 13 --- --- at Miami/Ohio W 86 69 4,885 Dec 16 --- --- Baldwin-Wallace W 74 73 10,084 UD Invitational Tournament (UD Arena: Dayton, Ohio) Dec 22 --- --- Florida State W 97 80 10,840 Dec 23 --- --- Tulane W 85 67 11,128 Dec 30 --- --- Xavier W 67 66 13,152 Jan 3 --- --- Butler W 73 61 10,257 Jan 6 --- --- Duquesne W 82 62 11,623 Jan 10 --- --- at New Orleans W 77 61 1,800 Jack Zimmerman was a third-generation Flyer, and all-around point guard. He not only averaged 13.4 points and 5.0 assists, but also shot 49 percent from the field and 80 percent from the foul line.

Roosevelt Chapman remains the only Flyer to score 2,000 career points and he did it in a demanding way. The relatively slight 6-foot-4 Chapman did his work in the paint before defenses were extended by the three-point line. He was a master of going around and sometimes over bigger players. Chap also was a tremendous rebounder, grabbing nearly 1,000 in his career. He appears in the top 10 on nearly every all-time career stat list for the Flyers. And he finished his career with incredible style, leading UD to an amazing run in the NCAA Tournament. “Velvet” opened the tourney with a 29-point performance against LSU and then netted 41 points as the Flyers shocked No. 7 Oklahoma. He then netted 21 more against Washington before the Flyers were finally stopped by eventual champion Georgetown. Chap led the NCAA Tournament with 105 points in four games.

Jan 13 --- --- at Memphis W 75 73 10,591 Jan 16 --- 7 Louisville L 76 77 13,458 Jan 20 --- --- DePaul ot W 68 64 12,921 Jan 24 --- --- Western Kentucky L 72 78 11,035 Jan 27 --- --- Ashland W 120 90 12,723 Jan 31 --- --- Miami/Ohio W 73 62 11,345 Feb 3 --- 1 at Notre Dame L 71 86 11,345 Feb 7 --- --- at Cincinnati L 74 82 8,089 Feb 10 --- --- at Xavier W 75 54 4,200 Feb 14 --- --- Toledo W 69 68 11,792 Feb 17 --- --- Rollins W 90 73 12,847 Feb 21 --- --- at Biscayne L 70 71 1,513 Feb 24 --- 15 at Temple L 63 66 5,755 Mar 3 --- --- at Loyola/Ill. L 68 69 1,192 National Invitation Tournament (UD Arena: Dayton, Ohio) Mar 8 --- --- Holy Cross W 105 81 10,846 National Invitation Tournament (Mackey Arena: West Lafayette, Ind.) Mar 12 --- 16 at Purdue L 70 84 13,126

1979-80

SEASON RECORD: 13-14 HEAD COACH: DON DONOHER Rankings Date UD Op Opponent UD Op Att Dec 1 --- --- Ashland W 108 71 11,821 Dec 5 --- --- at Miami/Ohio W 79 76 5,114 Dec 8 --- --- Cal Poly Pomona W 95 72 10,132 Dec 12 --- --- Biscayne W 70 58 9,804 Dec 15 --- --- at Michigan L 54 69 10,604 Dec 17 --- --- Eastern Kentucky W 93 73 9,819 UD Invitational Tournament (UD Arena: Dayton, Ohio) Dec 21 --- --- Pacific W 75 64 10,059 Dec 22 --- 13 Iowa L 54 61 10,612 Dec 29 --- --- Baldwin-Wallace W 70 59 10,663 Jan 2 --- --- Miami/Ohio W 57 56 10,678 Jan 5 --- --- Cincinnati L 68 69 12,148 Jan 9 --- --- Howard 2ot L 56 58 10,073 Jan 12 --- --- New Orleans W 77 51 11,451 Jan 17 --- --- Memphis W 82 64 10,056 Jan 19 --- --- at Xavier L 59 73 3,300 Jan 21 --- --- at Western Kentucky L 65 71 9,200 Jan 26 --- --- Southern L 70 79 11,051 Jan 29 --- --- at Toledo L 75 76 8,110 Feb 2 --- --- Loyola/Ill. W 72 63 12,078 Feb 6 --- --- at Butler L 61 62 6,790 Feb 9 --- 1 at DePaul L 63 65 5,498 Feb 13 --- --- Drexel W 79 67 9,509

UNIVERSITYOFDAYTON 142

Feb 16 --- --- at Marquette L 64 73 10,938 Feb 19 --- --- at San Francisco L 62 71 3,857 Feb 24 --- --- at Duquesne L 71 85 4,084 Feb 26 --- --- Xavier W 73 60 9,676 Mar 1 --- 14 Notre Dame L 54 62 13,455

1980-81 NIT SECOND ROUND

SEASON RECORD: 18-11 HEAD COACH: DON DONOHER Rankings Date UD Op Opponent UD Op Att Nov 29 --- --- Rider W 95 72 10,366 Dec 1 --- --- San Francisco ot W 84 83 9,621 Dec 4 --- --- at Miami/Ohio W 74 71 3,948 Dec 6 --- --- at Eastern Kentucky W 77 72 6,100 Dec 9 --- --- Western Kentucky W 74 70 9,361 Dec 13 --- 18 Michigan L 84 85 11,296 UD Invitational Tournament (UD Arena: Dayton, Ohio) Dec 19 --- --- Niagara W 79 73 9,344 Dec 20 --- --- Mississippi W 72 70 10,021 Dec 27 --- --- Toledo W 73 69 11,385 Dec 30 --- --- at Cincinnati L 77 80 7,590 Jan 3 --- --- Yale W 79 69 10,521 Jan 5 --- --- Miami/Ohio L 83 86 10,716 Jan 10 --- --- at Xavier W 74 72 3,602 Jan 15 --- --- at Saint Louis L 66 78 2,691 Jan 17 --- --- at Loyola/Ill. ot L 81 87 3,238 Jan 21 --- --- at La Salle L 68 76 5,766 Jan 24 --- --- Marquette W 85 73 13,108 Jan 31 --- --- at Detroit L 70 73 5,881 Feb 4 --- --- Butler W 68 64 9,231 Feb 7 --- --- Alcorn State W 94 69 10,368 Feb 12 --- --- at New Orleans W 62 53 2,542 Feb 14 --- --- at Biscayne ot L 75 79 2,050 Feb 18 --- --- Canisius W 78 56 9,281 Feb 20 --- --- Duquesne 3ot W 109 100 10,655 Feb 22 --- --- Xavier W 73 64 11,384 Feb 28 --- 6 at Notre Dame L 57 70 11,345 Mar 4 --- 2 DePaul L 64 84 13,455 National Invitation Tournament (UD Arena: Dayton, Ohio) Mar 10 --- --- Fordham 2ot W 66 65 7,100 National Invitation Tournament (Mackey Arena: West Lafayette, Ind) Mar 16 --- --- at Purdue L 46 50 10,612


YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 1981-82 NIT QUARTERFINALIST

Jan 6 Jan 9 Jan 16 Jan 19 Jan 21

SEASON RECORD: 21-9 HEAD COACH: DON DONOHER Rankings Date UD Op Opponent UD Op Nov 28 --- --- Baldwin-Wallace W 89 68 Dec 2 --- 10 at Minnesota L 74 90 Dec 5 --- --- at Toledo W 79 74 Dec 9 --- --- at Miami/Ohio W 82 65 Dec 12 --- --- Xavier ot W 62 61

Att 10,015 14,352 9,042 4,097 9,630

Jan 1 --- --- Miami/Ohio W 82 65

11,187

Dec 19 --- --- Old Dominion ot W 78 77 Dec 22 --- --- at Iona W 83 78 UD Invitational Tournament (UD Arena: Dayton, Ohio) Dec 29 --- --- Hofstra W 77 54 Dec 30 --- --- Florida State W 93 79

9,240 3,022

10,560 9,740

Jan 25 Jan 28 Jan 30 Feb 3 Feb 6 Feb 10 Feb 13

Feb 16 Feb 20 Feb 25 Feb 27 Mar 6

--- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---

--- --- --- --- ---

--- Cincinnati L 5 at DePaul L --- Loyola/Ill. W --- Jersey City State W --- St. Louis W --- at --- --- --- at --- --- ---

Western Kentucky Providence 5ot Detroit Butler La Salle Akron New Orleans

L W W L W W L

--- Eastern Kentucky W --- at Marquette L --- at Duquesne W --- at Canisius L --- Notre Dame W

73 69 88 63 66 57 79 68 58 84 65 48

84 58 71 76 79

77 71 87 41 63 65 77 62 70 77 53 50

50 72 61 81 72

11,807 12,320 10,213 9,278 9,312

4,400 9,669 11,025 649 10,878 9,551 10,557

10,014 11,052 1,787 4,112 13,455

“The Shot” On Feb. 18, 1984, No. 3-ranked DePaul entered UD Arena for a game nationally-televised on NBC. After trailing almost the entire game, the Flyers had one last chance for the lead. Larry Schellenberg rebounded a missed free throw, brought the ball up the floor and hit Roosevelt Chapman with a cross-court pass. Chapman fed Ed Young with four seconds to go, and Young banked the game-winning bucket off the glass and through the net as time expired to give UD a thrilling 72-71 win. The win propelled the Flyers into the NCAA Tournament, where they advanced to the Regional Finals before falling to eventual champ Georgetown.

National Invitation Tournament (UD Arena: Dayton, Ohio) Mar 10 --- --- Connecticut ot W 76 75 8,100 National Invitation Tournament (Assembly Hall: Champaign, Ill.) Mar 15 --- --- at Illinois W 61 58 16,275 National Invitation Tournament (Lloyd Noble Center: Norman, Okla.) Mar 18 --- --- at Oklahoma L 82 91 11,198

1982-83

SEASON RECORD: 18-10 HEAD COACH: DON DONOHER Rankings Date UD Op Opponent UD Op Att Nov 27 --- --- Otterbein W 112 77 9,585 Dec 1 --- --- at Eastern Kentucky W 78 57 4,100 Dec 4 --- --- Iona W 84 58 10,486 Dec 8 --- --- at Miami/Ohio W 69 66 3,638 Dec 11 --- --- Xavier W 63 53 10,412 Dec 16 --- --- Minnesota L 65 71 10,555 Dec 18 --- --- Toledo W 67 63 10,656 Dec 21 --- --- Western Kentucky L 58 68 9,560 UD Invitational Tournament (UD Arena: Dayton, Ohio) Dec 28 --- --- Rice W 68 55 10,329 Dec 29 --- --- Army W 73 52 10,312 Jan 3 --- --- Miami/Ohio L 54 57 10,364 Jan 8 --- --- at Providence L 63 66 6,591 Jan 12 --- --- at Cincinnati L 49 50 5,293 Jan 15 --- 14 at Missouri L 64 78 10,436 Jan 19 --- --- Rider W 75 57 8,764 Jan 21 --- --- at DePaul L 52 56 12,339 Jan 29 --- --- Drexel W 82 60 10,675 Feb 1 --- --- Duquesne L 55 58 9,066 Feb 4 --- --- at Loyola/Ill. W 65 58 1,721 Feb 6 --- --- Temple W 61 53 8,660 Feb 9 --- --- Butler W 75 57 8,539 Feb 12 --- --- at La Salle W 79 73 771 Feb 16 --- --- at Detroit ot W 58 54 4,399 Feb 19 --- --- at Old Dominion L 53 61 5,580 Feb 23 --- --- Marquette W 65 63 10,570 Mar 2 --- --- Long Island W 97 85 9,198 Mar 7 --- --- at Notre Dame L 41 53 11,345 Mar 12 ---

--- DePaul W 80 71

11,411

1983-84 NCAA REGIONAL FINALS

SEASON RECORD: 21-11 HEAD COACH: DON DONOHER Rankings Date UD Op Opponent UD Op Dec 3 --- --- Northeast Louisiana W 80 78 Dec 7 --- --- at Miami/Ohio L 59 67 Dec 10 --- --- at Michigan L 60 82 Dec 12 --- --- Youngstown State W 73 64 Dec 17 --- --- at Toledo L 70 77 Dec 20 --- --- VCU L 67 73 Dec 22 --- --- Miami/Ohio W 89 79 UDIT / Merrill Lynch Classic (UD Arena: Dayton, Ohio) Dec 29 --- --- Yale W 78 57 Dec 30 --- --- Oklahoma St. W 82 67 Jan 7 --- --- Eastern Kentucky W 69 62 Jan 11 --- --- at Loyola/Ill. ot L 93 94 Jan 14 --- --- Missouri ot L 51 56 Jan 17 --- --- at Temple W 63 62 Jan 21 --- --- at Marquette ot L 64 66 Jan 25 --- --- Western Kentucky W 71 68 Jan 28 --- --- Providence W 73 47 Feb 2 --- --- Detroit ot W 82 74 Feb 4 --- --- Vermont W 81 53 Feb 7 --- --- at Creighton W 79 64 Feb 11 --- --- La Salle W 84 69 Feb 13 --- 13 at Maryland L 59 61 Feb 15 --- --- at Butler ot W 77 76 Feb 18 --- 3 DePaul W 72 71 Feb 22 --- 5 at DePaul L 59 79

Att 10,106 6,966 10,572 8,316 8,295 9,198 10,107 10,058 10,227 11,253 2,611 12,044 1,946 11,052 6,000 11,097 9,711 12,112 5,694 10,313 8,515 3,807 12,723 13,027

Feb 25 --- --- Cincinnati W 82 60 11,073 Feb 29 --- --- at Xavier L 61 72 6,429 Mar 3 --- --- Notre Dame W 80 70 13,505 Mar 10 --- --- Old Dominion W 64 63 11,525 NCAA Tournament (Special Events Center: Salt Lake City, Utah) Mar 15 --- --- vs Louisiana State W 74 66 6,978 Mar 17 --- 7 vs Oklahoma W 89 85 8,100 NCAA Tournament (Pauley Pavilion: Los Angeles, Calif.) Mar 23 --- 15 vs Washington W 64 58 12,564 Mar 25 --- 2 vs Georgetown L 49 61 12,564

143


YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 1984-85 NCAA FIRST ROUND

SEASON RECORD: 19-10 HEAD COACH: DON DONOHER Rankings Date UD Op Opponent UD Op Att Nov 24 --- --- Brooklyn W 76 56 9,371 Dec 1 --- --- at Providence W 68 55 4,857 Dec 4 --- --- at Eastern Kentucky W 76 55 4,700 Dec 8 --- --- Michigan L 78 87 10,528 Dec 12 --- --- at Miami/Ohio L 64 69 5,867 Dec 15 --- --- at VCU L 61 71 5,063 Dec 17 --- --- Central Florida W 71 61 9,018 Dec 22 --- --- South Florida W 71 66 4,079 UDIT / Merrill Lynch Classic (UD Arena: Dayton, Ohio) Dec 28 --- --- Brown W 88 65 10,527 Dec 29 --- --- St. Bonaventure W 83 60 11,377 Jan 2 --- --- Loyola/Ill. W 80 70 9,486 Jan 5 --- 19 Maryland W 67 63 11,819 Jan 12 --- --- Cincinnati W 81 66 13,455 Jan 15 --- --- Western Kentucky W 53 51 10,276 Jan 19 --- --- Towson State W 70 55 11,498 Jan 23 --- --- at Notre Dame L 61 66 11,345 Jan 26 --- 7 DePaul W 65 64 13,495 Jan 28 --- --- Miami/Ohio W 63 54 12,060 Feb 2 --- --- at Cincinnati L 62 83 10,311 Feb 6 --- 18 at DePaul W 67 63 16,803 Feb 8 --- --- Canisius W 60 52 13,455 Feb 13 --- --- at Detroit L 67 68 2,608 Feb 16 --- --- at Marquette L 55 61 11,052 Feb 18 --- --- at Old Dominion L 82 91 4,119 Feb 23 --- --- Marquette W 72 59 13,455 Feb 28 --- --- Creighton W 67 62 11,262 Mar 3 --- --- Xavier W 66 56 13,243 Mar 9 --- --- Notre Dame 2ot L 73 80 NCAA Tournament (UD Arena: Dayton, Ohio)

Mar 15 --- --- Villanova L 49 51

1985-86 NIT FIRST ROUND

13,511

Richard Montague appeared in three National Invitation Tournaments and the Flyers won the first round games in each of those seasons.

13,260

SEASON RECORD: 17-13 HEAD COACH: DON DONOHER Rankings Date UD Op Opponent UD Op Att Preseason NIT (Riverfront Coliseum: Cincinnati, Ohio) Nov 22 --- --- vs Tulsa ot L 60 63 10,416 Dec 4 --- --- at Miami/Ohio L 57 70 7,111 Dec 7 --- --- Long Island W 98 69 10,871 Dec 11 --- --- Butler W 69 55 10,222 Dec 14 --- --- Texas Southern W 102 70 10,478 Dec 19 --- --- at Ohio State L 73 80 13,681 Dec 21 --- --- Miami/Ohio W 70 68 13,168 UDIT / Merrill Lynch Classic (UD Arena: Dayton, Ohio) Dec 27 --- --- Columbia W 57 46 11,751 Dec 28 --- --- California ot W 59 53 12,080 Dec 31 --- --- Detroit W 67 50 10,430 Jan 4 --- --- at DePaul L 52 66 12,731 Jan 8 --- --- Colorado W 67 66 10,679 Jan 11 --- --- VCU W 74 64 12,181 Jan 13 --- --- Bradley ot L 77 79 11,371 Jan 16 --- --- at Creighton W 64 50 4,818 Jan 18 --- --- at Marquette L 60 70 11,052 Jan 22 --- --- at Western Kentucky L 62 64 7,300 Jan 25 --- --- at Cincinnati L 77 82 10,616 Jan 29 --- --- Fordham W 64 59 10,537 Feb 1 --- --- DePaul W 77 64 12,893 Feb 5 --- 14 Notre Dame W 67 65 13,233 Feb 8 --- --- Miami/Fla. W 79 68 13,362 Feb 10 --- --- Niagara W 105 84 10,980 Feb 15 --- --- at Canisius ot W 69 68 4,200 Feb 18 --- --- at St. Peter’s L 56 66 4,786 Feb 22 --- --- Marquette L 79 82 13,502 Feb 25 --- --- at Xavier L 78 93 9,211 Mar 1 --- --- Southern W 93 74 12,098 Mar 8 --- 12 at Notre Dame L 55 69 11,345 National Invitation Tournament (Burton Col.: Lake Charles, La.) Mar 12 --- --- at McNeese State L 75 86 5,700

1986-87

SEASON RECORD: 13-15 HEAD COACH: DON DONOHER

Rankings Date UD Op Opponent UD Op Nov 29 --- --- St. Joseph’s/Ind. W 66 57 Dec 3 --- --- at Miami/Ohio L 71 73 Dec 6 --- --- at VCU L 58 69 Dec 9 --- --- Saint Louis L 53 61 Dec 13 --- --- St. Peter’s W 61 60 Dec 16 --- --- Ohio State W 89 86 Dec 20 --- --- Saint Joseph’s ot L 75 78 Dec 27 --- --- Xavier W 69 65 Dec 30 --- --- Creighton ot W 83 81 Jan 3 --- 7 DePaul L 64 80 Jan 7 --- --- at Iowa State L 62 72 Jan 10 --- --- at Colorado W 59 77 Jan 15 --- --- at Detroit W 84 63 Jan 17 --- --- at Marquette L 57 64 Jan 21 --- --- Detroit W 74 69 Jan 27 --- --- at Notre Dame L 55 66 Jan 29 --- --- Loyola/Ill. W 66 64 Jan 31 --- --- Cincinnati W 67 64 Feb 2 --- --- at Butler W 73 71 Feb 7 --- 5 at DePaul L 65 88 Feb 9 --- --- at Bradley L 79 90 Feb 14 --- --- at Miami/Fla. W 92 78 Feb 16 --- --- Virginia L 67 74 Feb 21 --- --- Marquette W 59 57 Feb 23 --- --- Miami/Ohio L 74 78 Feb 28 --- --- Towson State W 78 65 Mar 3 --- --- Western Kentucky L 72 78 Mar 7 --- 20 Notre Dame L 56 62

1987-88

SEASON RECORD: 13-18 HEAD COACH: DON DONOHER Rankings Date UD Op Opponent UD Op Nov 28 --- --- Wittenberg W 63 61 Dec 2 --- --- at Miami/Ohio W 70 69 Dec 5 --- --- Northern Iowa W 88 83 Dec 9 --- --- at Virginia L 50 69 Dec 12 --- --- Duquesne W 90 76 Dec 16 --- --- Rollins W 106 74 Dec 19 --- --- at Ohio State W 81 80

UNIVERSITYOFDAYTON 144

Att 10,131 5,361 5,596 10,163 11,400 13,511 10,586 12,461 11,198 12,452 12,050 4,527 2,256 11,052 10,332 11,418 10,456 13,511 5,108 14,280 8,292 2,835 11,294 12,891 11,347 12,715 10,835 13,511

Att 11,693 5,828 12,090 6,803 11,926 11,017 13,320

Chaminade Christmas Classic (McCabe Gymnasium: Honolulu, Hawai’i) Dec 23 --- --- at Chaminade W 84 75 1,000 Dec 24 --- 12 vs Oklahoma L 99 151 1,000 Dec 25 --- --- vs La Salle L 66 69 1,000 Dec 30 --- --- Bradley L 80 97 12,674 Jan 6 --- --- Iona L 77 84 11,106 Jan 9 --- 17 Iowa State L 80 84 13,201 Jan 11 --- --- Butler L 61 62 10,722 Jan 14 --- --- at DePaul W 79 72 10,935 Jan 20 --- --- at Saint Louis L 61 79 5,229 Jan 23 --- --- Marquette W 67 62 13,452 Jan 26 --- --- Louisville L 59 90 13,261 Jan 30 --- --- at Cincinnati ot L 74 76 7,964 Feb 3 --- --- Chicago State ot W 72 65 10,806 Feb 6 --- --- at Detroit ot L 79 83 3,864 Feb 8 --- --- Miami/Ohio ot L 75 79 11,420 Feb 13 --- --- at Marquette L 56 79 11,052 Feb 18 --- --- at Notre Dame L 47 59 10,948 Feb 20 --- --- at Loyola/Ill. L 77 86 4,410 Feb 24 --- --- at W. Kentucky ot W 82 81 3,700 Feb 27 --- --- at Xavier L 73 86 9,123 Mar 1 --- --- DePaul L 77 92 11,740 Mar 5 --- --- Wright State W 89 71 13,511 Mar 8 --- --- Miami/Fla. W 90 89 11,079 Mar 12 --- --- Notre Dame L 59 72 13,511

1988-89

SEASON RECORD: 12-17

MIDWESTERN COLLEGIATE CONFERENCE RECORD: 6-6 HEAD COACH: DON DONOHER Rankings Date UD Nov 26 --- Nov 30 --- Dec 3 --- Dec 7 --- Dec 10 --- Dec 17 --- Dec 20 --- Dec 23 --- Dec 29 --- Jan 7 --- Jan 12 --- Jan 14 --- Jan 19 --- Jan 21 --- Jan 26 --- Jan 28 ---

Op Opponent UD Op --- Bucknell W 69 68 --- Mississippi Valley W 82 61 --- Central Florida W 109 77 --- at Miami/Ohio L 64 72 15 at Louisville L 68 95 14 Ohio State L 76 104 --- Miami/Ohio W 72 62 --- at Northern Iowa 2ot L 70 72 --- at Bradley L 86 104 --- at Loyola/Ill.* W 89 80 --- at Detroit* W 74 73 --- at Marquette L 86 90 --- Saint Louis* W 65 63 --- Evansville* L 65 83 --- at Butler* W 55 52 --- Cincinnati W 86 80

Att 10,845 10,158 11,041 3,985 19,364 13,511 12,497 2,213 9,470 1,008 4,117 11,107 11,342 11,807 1,932 12,787


YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS Jan 31 --- --- at Notre Dame L 75 Feb 4 --- --- Xavier* L 78 Feb 7 --- --- DePaul L 50 Feb 9 --- --- Detroit* W 64 Feb 11 --- --- Loyola/Ill.* W 93 Feb 16 --- --- at Saint Louis* L 59 Feb 18 --- --- at Evansville* L 83 Feb 21 --- --- Notre Dame L 66 Feb 25 --- --- Butler* L 66 Mar 2 --- --- Marquette L 74 Mar 4 --- --- at Xavier* L 78 MCC Championship (UD Arena: Dayton, Ohio) Mar 9 --- --- Detroit W 77 Mar 10 --- --- Evansville ot L 79

85 82 78 57 85 76 109 83 72 76 83

9,904 13,511 11,248 10,721 11,755 6,220 11,157 12,581 11,568 11,171 5,477

Feb 9 --- --- at Marquette* L 65 Feb 14 --- --- at Saint Louis* ot L 80 Feb 17 --- --- Xavier* W 83 Feb 21 --- --- Butler* W 116 Feb 23 --- --- at Fordham L 63 Feb 26 --- --- at Notre Dame ot L 87 Mar 2 --- --- at Xavier* L 79 MCC Championship (UD Arena: Dayton, Ohio) Mar 7 --- --- Evansville W 71 Mar 8 --- --- Xavier L 71

54 84

10,057 11,238

SEASON RECORD: 15-15 MIDWESTERN COLLEGIATE CONFERENCE RECORD: 5-5 HEAD COACH: JIM O’BRIEN Rankings Date UD Op Opponent UD Op Att Nov 23 --- --- Austin Peay W 101 94 11,525 Hawai’i Tip-Off Tournament (Blaisdell Arena: Honolulu, Hawai’i) Nov 29 --- 3 vs Arizona L 68 84 1,500 Dec 1 --- --- vs Montana State L 84 89 1,000 Dec 7 --- 22 Michigan State L 74 83 13,305 Dec 9 --- --- Fordham 2ot W 92 82 11,843 Dec 12 --- --- Miami/Ohio L 47 59 12,174 Dec 14 --- --- Mount St. Mary’s W 107 81 11,515 Dec 21 --- --- at Vanderbilt L 64 84 9,013 Dec 28 --- --- at Saint Louis W 83 72 6,987 Dec 30 --- --- Virginia Military W 84 56 12,429 Jan 4 --- --- Evansville* W 72 70 13,007 Jan 6 --- --- East Carolina W 61 49 11,509 Jan 8 --- --- Marquette W 60 57 12,149 Jan 11 --- --- at Niagara L 64 82 1,339 Jan 15 --- --- Robert Morris W 82 65 11,573 Jan 21 --- --- at Xavier* L 69 77 9,439 Jan 25 --- --- Butler* L 66 83 12,615 Jan 27 --- --- at Notre Dame L 54 76 8,514 Feb 1 --- --- Detroit* W 83 71 13,120 Feb 5 --- --- at Cincinnati L 48 77 11,587 Feb 8 --- --- at Evansville* L 52 58 10,791 Feb 10 --- --- Brooklyn W 80 41 11,137 Feb 13 --- --- at Loyola/Ill.* W 74 72 2,101 Feb 15 --- --- at Tennessee L 67 68 15,112 Feb 19 --- --- Loyola/Ill.* W 73 59 12,021 Feb 22 --- --- at Butler* L 73 78 4,218 Feb 25 --- --- Notre Dame W 60 58 12,709 Feb 29 --- --- Xavier* L 56 72 13,511 Mar 7 --- --- at Detroit* W 79 67 4,737 MCC Championship (Riverfront Coliseum: Cincinnati, Ohio) Mar 12 --- --- vs Loyola/Ill. L 73 83 6,779

1989-90 NCAA SECOND ROUND MCC CHAMPIONS

SEASON RECORD: 22-10 MIDWESTERN COLLEGIATE CONFERENCE RECORD: 10-4 HEAD COACH: JIM O’BRIEN Rankings Date UD Op Opponent UD Op Att Nov 25 --- --- Fairleigh Dickinson W 105 97 10,951 Nov 29 --- --- Furman W 92 86 11,043 Dec 2 --- --- Princeton W 68 62 12,022 Dec 6 --- --- at Miami/Fla. L 82 87 1,492 Dec 9 --- --- The Citadel W 97 76 11,769 Dec 16 --- --- at Cincinnati L 88 90 8,532 Dec 20 --- --- at DePaul W 86 73 8,405 Dec 23 --- --- Miami/Ohio W 97 81 12,436 Dec 27 --- --- Southern L 105 114 13,064 Dec 30 --- --- Bradley W 98 61 12,103 Jan 6 --- --- Wright State L 99 101 13,511 Jan 11 --- --- Marquette* L 84 95 11,261 Jan 13 --- --- Loyola/Ill.* W 88 71 12,193 Jan 18 --- --- at Saint Louis* L 69 95 7,541 Jan 20 --- --- at Evansville* W 88 68 11,237 Jan 25 --- --- Butler* W 86 62 12,102 Jan 27 --- --- Detroit* W 100 80 13,511 Jan 30 --- --- at Notre Dame L 79 97 10,104 Feb 3 --- 23 at Xavier* L 81 88 10,043 Feb 8 --- --- at Loyola/Ill.* L 94 96 ,801 Feb 10 --- --- at Marquette* W 79 77 14,988 Feb 15 --- --- Saint Louis* ot W 84 81 11,401 Feb 17 --- --- Evansville* W 81 58 12,410 Feb 22 --- --- at Butler* W 88 82 2,312 Feb 24 --- --- at Detroit* W 88 82 4,155 Feb 28 --- --- Notre Dame W 97 79 13,511 Mar 3 --- 19 Xavier* W 111 108 13,511 MCC Championship (UD Arena: Dayton, Ohio) Mar 8 --- --- Detroit W 90 72 11,199 Mar 9 --- --- Loyola/Ill. W 97 95 13,202 Mar 10 --- 24 Xavier W 98 89 13,202 NCAA Tournament (Erwin Center: Austin, Texas) Mar 16 --- 18 vs Illinois W 88 86 11,578 Mar 18 --- 7 vs Arkansas L 84 86 15,884

1990-91

SEASON RECORD: 14-15 MIDWESTERN COLLEGIATE CONFERENCE RECORD: 8-6 HEAD COACH: JIM O’BRIEN Rankings

Date UD Op Opponent Nov 23 --- --- Illinois State W Nov 24 --- --- Towson State W Dec 1 --- --- Morehead State W Dec 6 --- --- at Miami/Ohio L Dec 15 --- --- Southern L Dec 19 --- --- Robert Morris L Dec 22 --- --- at Bradley W Dec 27 --- --- Texas Southern W Dec 29 --- --- Cincinnati L Jan 3 --- --- DePaul L Jan 5 --- --- Marquette* W Jan 10 --- --- at Loyola/Ill.* ot W Jan 12 --- --- at Evansville* L Jan 17 --- --- Saint Louis* W Jan 19 --- --- Evansville* W Jan 24 --- --- at Butler* L Jan 26 --- --- at Detroit* W Jan 29 --- --- Notre Dame L Feb 2 --- --- Detroit* L Feb 7 --- --- Loyola/Ill.* W

UD Op 109 69 99 79 77 75 77 101 112 116 94 99 91 81 104 83 71 75 73 81 103 81 97 92 76 78 86 77 74 61 95 100 82 77 67 73 75 94 97 88

Att 12,814 11,883 13,083 7,672 12,727 11,652 7,309 11,778 13,511 11,633 12,747 1,290 12,258 12,827 13,056 4,311 3,818 13,18 13,401 12,536

67 88 79 98 73 92 102

14,708 7,617 13,511 12,923 15,878 9,723 10,196

59 90

11,264 12,213

1991-92

1992-93

SEASON RECORD: 4-26

MIDWESTERN COLLEGIATE CONFERENCE RECORD: 3-11 HEAD COACH: JIM O’BRIEN Rankings

1993-94

SEASON RECORD: 6-21 GREAT MIDWEST CONFERENCE RECORD: 1-11 HEAD COACH: JIM O’BRIEN Rankings Date UD Op Opponent UD Op Att Dec 1 --- --- Northern Kentucky W 99 82 10,836 Dec 4 --- --- Towson State L 70 72 10,448 Dec 6 --- --- at Illinois State L 62 75 6,463 Dec 11 --- --- Wright State W 83 56 13,505 Dec 18 --- --- Western Illinois L 82 90 9,697 Dec 22 --- --- Virginia Military W 85 73 10,224 Dec 27 --- --- Central Connecticut W 118 60 10,378 Dec 30 --- --- Miami/Ohio 2ot L 93 99 12,030 Jan 3 --- --- DePaul* L 86 98 10,241 Jan 5 --- --- Rice L 64 76 10,137 Jan 8 --- --- at Wright State L 65 77 10,803 Jan 12 --- 25 at Xavier L 46 57 7,415 Jan 15 --- 21 Cincinnati* L 63 79 13,505 Jan 24 --- --- Xavier L 62 88 10,265 Jan 30 --- 20 UAB* L 52 60 10,046 Feb 2 --- 18 at Saint Louis* L 75 94 14,791 Feb 5 --- --- Memphis* L 78 94 11,253 Feb 9 --- --- at Memphis* L 71 84 2,117 Feb 13 --- 17 St. Louis* ot W 82 77 10,432 Feb 17 --- --- at DePaul L 77 100 6,748 Feb 20 --- 22 at Marquette* L 62 84 13,642 Feb 23 --- 22 Marquette* L 58 63 10,658 Feb 26 --- --- at Cincinnati* L 54 93 13,176 Mar 1 --- --- Detroit W 93 62 10,230 Mar 3 --- 24 at Alabama-Birmington* L 53 84 5,348 Mar 5 --- --- at Notre Dame L 66 72 9,089 GMW Championship (Shoemaker Center: Cincinnati, Ohio) Mar 10 --- 21 vs St. Louis L 46 80 12,219

1994-95

SEASON RECORD: 7-20 GREAT MIDWEST CONFERENCE RECORD: 0-12 HEAD COACH: OLIVER PURNELL Rankings

Date UD Op Opponent UD Op Nov 26 --- --- Howard W 91 82 Nov 30 --- --- Western Illinois L 70 77 Dec 3 --- --- Mississippi Valley W 91 86 Dec 5 --- --- at Miami/Ohio L 72 81 Dec 10 --- --- at Wright State L 53 74 Dec 17 --- --- Eastern Kentucky W 70 65 Dec 19 --- --- at Xavier L 73 99 Dec 21 --- --- Furman W 76 61 Dec 27 --- --- Wis.-Milwaukee W 84 70 Dec 29 --- --- Louisville L 78 92 Jan 12 --- --- at UAB* L 56 75 Jan 14 --- --- Saint Louis* L 39 82

Att 12,832 10,365 10,605 2,834 9,281 10,288 10,306 10,306 10,461 13,036 4,917 11,140

Date UD Op Opponent UD Op Att Great Alaska Shootout (Sullivan Arena: Anchorage, Alaska) Nov 25 --- --- vs Illinois ot L 78 86 4,393 Nov 27 --- --- vs UAB L 67 80 4,641 Nov 28 --- --- at Alaska-Anchorage L 70 84 4,471 Dec 5 --- --- Vanderbilt L 53 75 11,341 Dec 9 --- --- at Miami/Ohio L 50 57 5,260 Dec 12 --- --- Louisiana Tech W 70 60 10,733 Dec 19 --- 23 at Michigan State L 60 65 15,121 Dec 22 --- --- Tennessee L 61 77 12,159 Dec 29 --- 21 Cincinnati L 55 65 13,511 Jan 2 --- --- Missouri-St. Louis L 63 66 11,872 Jan 6 --- --- at Marquette L 44 82 12,941 Jan 9 --- --- at Notre Dame L 66 71 8,186 Jan 12 --- --- Niagara L 63 66 10,649 Jan 16 --- --- Xavier* L 58 85 12,553 Jan 20 --- --- Evansville* L 65 73 10,845 Jan 23 --- --- Butler* ot L 66 70 11,344 Jan 28 --- --- at Loyola/Ill.* W 70 69 1,306 Jan 30 --- --- at Detroit* L 70 88 7,582 Feb 4 --- --- Duquesne* W 78 77 10,622 Feb 6 --- --- La Salle* L 64 72 11,808 Feb 9 --- --- Notre Dame L 69 79 11,849 Feb 13 --- --- at Xavier* L 46 53 8,114 Feb 15 --- --- Saint Louis L 52 73 10,878 Feb 18 --- --- at Butler* L 59 74 2,580 Feb 20 --- --- at Evansville* L 36 71 11,625 Feb 25 --- --- Detroit* W 81 70 10,605 Feb 27 --- --- Loyola/Ill.* L 56 59 11,288 Mar 4 --- --- at Duquesne* L 51 67 2,019 Mar 6 --- --- at La Salle* L 57 67 5,201 MCC Championship (Market Square Arena: Indianapolis, Ind.) Mar 11 --- --- vs Evansville L 66 69 5,187

In nine years at Dayton, Oliver Purnell coached the Flyers to 11 wins over teams ranked in the Associated Press Top 25. The normally calm, cool and collected coach never batted an eyelash when a national power visited UD Arena. The Flyers defeated eight of the last 12 ranked teams at home under Purnell. Inheriting a 6-21 squad, Purnell turned the program around in three seasons and guided UD to two NCAA berths and three NIT bids in a span of five seasons.

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS Jan 17 --- --- Notre Dame W 73 63 11,026 Jan 20 --- --- Marquette* L 58 70 10,868 Jan 24 --- --- Southern Utah L 68 73 10,868 Jan 26 --- 19 Cincinnati* L 60 81 13,368 Jan 28 --- --- Delaware State W 70 60 10,155 Feb 5 --- --- DePaul* L 71 85 10,194 Feb 9 --- --- at Detroit L 57 75 2,191 Feb 12 --- --- at Cincinnati* L 63 116 13,176 Feb 16 --- --- Memphis* L 61 68 10,477 Feb 23 --- --- at Marquette* L 59 70 13,006 Feb 25 --- --- at Saint Louis* L 51 63 20,930 Feb 28 --- --- at Memphis* L 60 87 10,841 Mar 2 --- --- UAB* L 55 57 10,196 Mar 4 --- --- at DePaul* L 78 103 7,469 GMW Championship (Bradley Center: Milwaukee, WI) Mar 9 --- --- vs Saint Louis L 62 78 9,549

1995-96

SEASON RECORD: 15-14 ATLANTIC 10 CONFERENCE RECORD: 6-10 HEAD COACH: OLIVER PURNELL Rankings Date UD Op Opponent UD Op Att United Airlines Classic (Special Events Center: Honolulu, Hawai’i) Nov 24 --- --- at Hawai’i L 72 78 5,163 Nov 25 --- --- vs Louisiana State W 86 73 6,709 Dec 2 --- --- Coastal Carolina W 80 62 10,761 Dec 6 --- --- at Eastern Kentucky ot L 65 71 2,250 Dec 9 --- --- Wright State W 98 80 12,972 Dec 16 --- --- at Cleveland State RR W 68 60 11,474 Dec 19 --- --- Chicago State W 110 76 10,127 Dec 21 --- --- Eastern Illinois W 85 65 10,026 Dec 28 --- --- McNeese State W 86 76 12,856 Dec 30 --- --- Miami/Ohio L 56 79 13,184 Jan 3 --- --- Hampton W 91 65 10,383 Jan 6 --- 1 at Massachusetts* L 58 78 9,493 Jan 11 --- --- Temple* L 46 62 11,457 Jan 14 --- --- Rhode Island* W 84 77 10,027 Jan 18 --- 11 at Virginia Tech* L 62 63 9,134 Jan 21 --- --- at Geo. Washington* L 58 77 4,328 Jan 27 --- --- Xavier* W 61 55 12,896 Jan 29 --- --- at Duquesne* L 56 59 3,099 Feb 1 --- --- Geo. Washington* L 65 77 10,186 Feb 3 --- --- at Saint Joseph’s* L 60 73 3,200 Feb 6 --- --- Bethune-Cookman W 60 59 9,876 Feb 10 --- --- at Fordham* L 58 68 2,314 Feb 17 --- --- St. Bonaventure* W 66 58 13,152 Feb 20 --- --- at Xavier* L 95 102 8,540 Feb 24 --- --- at La Salle* W 67 60 1,961 Feb 26 --- --- Duquesne* W 72 69 10,484 Feb 28 --- --- La Salle* W 66 64 9,823 Mar 2 --- 16 Virginia Tech* L 54 73 13,258 A-10 Championship (The Spectrum: Philadelphia, Pa.) Mar 6 --- --- vs St. Bonaventure L 60 72 7,138

Mar 5 ---

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6,011

SEASON RECORD: 21-12 ATLANTIC 10 CONFERENCE RECORD: 11-5 HEAD COACH: OLIVER PURNELL Rankings

Date UD Op Opponent UD Op Att Nov 15 --- --- Murray State L 69 76 11,306 Nov 22 --- --- Miami/Ohio 2ot L 86 93 11,824 San Juan Shootout (Caguas Municipal Center: Caguas, Puerto Rico) Nov 28 --- --- vs Pennsylvania W 71 60 178 Nov 29 --- --- vs South Florida W 72 61 178 Nov 30 --- --- vs West Virginia L 74 96 203 Dec 6 --- --- Eastern Michigan W 81 76 10,086 Dec 13 --- --- Wright State W 94 63 11,657 Dec 18 --- --- Northeast Louisiana W 83 73 10,626 Dec 21 --- --- at Marquette L 68 86 11,082 Dec 23 --- --- at DePaul W 70 57 3,395 Dec 27 --- --- Northwestern W 77 69 12,162 Dec 29 --- --- Prairie View W 110 52 10,161 Jan 3 --- --- at Fordham* W 66 54 1,651 Jan 6 --- --- St. Bonaventure* W 74 59 10,081 Jan 10 --- --- La Salle* W 89 72 12,107 Jan 15 --- --- Virginia Tech* W 85 60 11,875 Jan 18 --- --- at Geo. Washington* L 61 81 5,454 Jan 20 --- --- at La Salle* L 60 73 1,163 Jan 24 --- 19 Xavier* W 93 82 13,521 Jan 28 --- --- Temple* W 67 62 11,179 Feb 1 --- --- at Massachusetts* L 69 85 9,493 Feb 3 --- --- Cleveland State L 78 79 10,862 Feb 7 --- --- Duquesne* W 86 78 13,318 Feb 11 --- --- at Saint Joseph’s* ot W 67 64 3,200 Feb 14 --- 17 Geo. Washington* W 78 64 12,061 Feb 18 --- --- at Virginia Tech* L 53 54 3,819 In 1998, UD went 21-12 and returned to the National Invitation Tournament for the first time in 14 years, defeating Long Island in the first round at UD Arena. Dayton dropped its second round game to Penn State, 77-74. But the message was clear, after taking over a 6-21 program four years earlier, Head Coach Oliver Purnell had brought Dayton basketball back to the national level.

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1997-98 NIT SECOND ROUND A-10 WEST DIVISION TRI-CHAMPIONS

RR - Rock n Roll Shootout (Gund Arena: Cleveland, Ohio)

SEASON RECORD: 13-14 ATLANTIC 10 CONFERENCE RECORD: 6-10 HEAD COACH: OLIVER PURNELL Rankings Date UD Op Opponent UD Op Att Nov 30 --- --- Florida A&M W 89 58 10,294 Dec 4 --- --- at Miami/Ohio L 72 92 4,330 Dec 7 --- --- Delaware State W 83 55 10,619 Dec 11 --- 22 at Louisville L 67 80 19,413 Dec 20 --- --- Alabama State W 81 50 10,684 Dec 22 --- --- Morehead State W 105 75 10,426 Dec 27 --- --- Marquette L 61 65 11,482 Dec 30 --- --- DePaul W 71 49 11,604 Jan 4 --- --- at Rhode Island* L 68 97 2,733 Jan 7 --- 12 Xavier* W 98 91 11,927 Jan 9 --- --- at Wright State W 72 63 9,892 Jan 11 --- --- at La Salle* L 51 63 1,220 Jan 13 --- --- at Temple* L 50 75 2,743 Jan 18 --- --- Geo. Washington* L 38 59 11,512 Jan 25 --- --- Fordham* ot W 69 66 10,539 Jan 27 --- --- Southern W 91 56 10,094 Jan 30 --- --- at Duquesne* L 71 80 5,098 Feb 1 --- --- at Virginia Tech* L 52 59 5,623 Feb 4 --- --- Saint Joseph’s* L 82 89 10,214 Feb 8 --- --- at St. Bonaventure* L 69 70 6,000 Feb 12 --- 19 at Xavier* L 53 79 10,008 Feb 15 --- --- Virginia Tech* W 59 54 10,863 Feb 20 --- --- La Salle* W 72 62 10,024 Feb 23 --- --- Massachusetts* W 69 67 11,893 Feb 26 --- --- Duquesne* W 78 64 10,808 Mar 1 --- --- at Geo. Washington* L 57 71 4,283 A-10 Championship (The Spectrum: Philadelphia, Pa.)

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Feb 21 --- --- Rhode Island* W 71 62 13,521 Feb 25 --- --- at Duquesne* W 68 62 5,903 Mar 1 --- --- at Xavier* L 84 89 10,100 A-10 Championship (The Spectrum: Philadelphia, Pa.) Mar 4 --- --- vs Fordham W 68 60 7,144 Mar 5 --- --- vs Rhode Island L 70 83 9,435 National Invitation Tournament (UD Arena: Dayton, Ohio) Mar 11 --- --- Long Island W 95 92 10,665 Mar 16 --- --- Penn State L 74 77 13,409

1998-99

SEASON RECORD: 11-17 ATLANTIC 10 CONFERENCE RECORD: 5-11 HEAD COACH: OLIVER PURNELL Rankings

Date UD Op Opponent UD Op Att Nov 14 --- --- Kent State W 89 73 12,235 Nov 18 --- --- IUPUI W 76 66 10,483 Nov 22 --- --- at Miami/Ohio L 62 76 8,172 Nov 28 --- --- Marquette W 81 49 10,745 Dec 5 --- --- at Northwestern L 57 64 4,216 Dec 12 --- --- Toledo L 55 56 11,764 Dec 19 --- --- Eastern Michigan W 83 58 12,811 Dec 21 --- --- Louisville L 65 68 12,774 Dec 27 --- 4 vs Cincinnati RR L 51 53 15,440 Dec 30 --- --- DePaul W 70 59 11,641 Jan 2 --- --- Fordham* W 71 55 11,091 Jan 6 --- --- Saint Joseph’s* W 67 53 11,412 Jan 10 --- --- at Rhode Island* L 56 78 3,885 Jan 14 --- --- at Geo. Washington* L 69 81 4,172 Jan 16 --- --- at La Salle* L 70 81 2,315 Jan 21 --- --- Virginia Tech* ot L 64 73 11,661 Jan 23 --- --- at Duquesne* W 66 59 5,323 Jan 28 --- --- Massachusetts* ot L 57 59 11,639 Jan 30 --- --- Xavier* W 91 86 13,521 Feb 4 --- --- at Temple* L 54 67 6,559 Feb 6 --- --- at St. Bonaventure* L 67 77 5,912 Feb 14 --- --- Geo. Washington* L 65 69 12,873 Feb 17 --- --- Duquesne* W 63 44 12,494 Feb 20 --- --- at Virginia Tech* L 55 58 4,809 Feb 24 --- --- at Xavier* L 62 90 10,100 Feb 27 --- --- La Salle* L 74 88 12,481 A-10 Championship (The Spectrum: Philadelphia, Pa.) Mar 3 --- --- vs St. Bonaventure ot W 70 69 7,195 Mar 4 --- --- vs George Washington L 90 100 7,881 RR - Rock n Roll Shootout (Gund Arena: Cleveland, Ohio)

1999-2000 NCAA FIRST ROUND A-10 WEST DIVISION CHAMPIONS SEASON RECORD: 22-9 ATLANTIC 10 CONFERENCE RECORD: 11-5 HEAD COACH: OLIVER PURNELL Rankings

Date UD Op Opponent UD Op Att CoSIDA Classic (The Pit: Albuqueque, N.M.) Nov 19 --- --- at New Mexico W 70 57 15,740 Nov 20 --- --- vs Samford W 65 63 16,207 Nov 26 --- --- Mt. St. Mary’s W 73 51 11,066 Nov 29 --- 12 vs Kentucky W 68 66 17,232 Dec 1 --- --- Maryland Baltimore Co. W 83 60 11,255 Dec 4 --- --- Winthrop W 76 49 11,606 Dec 7 --- --- at Marquette W 63 60 8,163 Dec 11 --- --- Coastal Carolina W 105 79 12,453 Dec 18 --- --- at Cleveland State L 60 75 4,975 Jan 25 --- --- La Salle* W 69 60 11,713 Jan 29 --- --- at Saint Joseph’s* W 66 62 3,200 Feb 2 --- --- at Xavier* ot L 64 65 10,100 Feb 6 --- --- Duquesne W 93 77 13,090 Feb 9 --- --- at Geo. Washington* L 90 95 4,214 Feb 12 --- --- St. Bonaventure* W 68 64 13,553 Feb 17 --- 7 Temple* L 58 64 13,553 Feb 23 --- --- at La Salle* W 71 64 2,414 Feb 26 --- --- Rhode Island* W 77 51 13,521 Mar 2 --- --- at Duquesne* W 94 64 4,402 Mar 4 --- --- at Virginia Tech* L 52 64 5,513 A-10 Championship (The Spectrum: Philadelphia, Pa.) Mar 9 --- --- vs Saint Joseph’s W 67 64 7,779 Mar 10 --- --- vs St. Bonaventure L 50 56 13,202 NCAA Tournament (McKale Center: Tucson, Ariz.) Mar 16 --- --- Purdue L 61 62 13,363


2000-01 NIT QUARTERFINALIST

SEASON RECORD: 21-13 ATLANTIC 10 CONFERENCE RECORD: 9-7 HEAD COACH: OLIVER PURNELL Rankings Date UD Op Opponent UD Op Att EA Sports Maui Invitational (Lahaina Civic Center, Maui, Hawai’i) Nov 20 --- 12 vs Connecticut W 80 66 2,500 Nov 21 --- 1 vs Arizona L 59 76 2,500 Nov 22 --- 6 vs Maryland W 77 71 2,500 Nov 29 24 22 Cincinnati L 75 82 13,553 Dec 2 24 --- Marshall L 65 67 12,026 Dec 6 --- --- at Miami W 55 54 8,212 Dec 9 --- --- Prairie View A & M W 86 63 11,532 Dec 16 --- --- at Saint Louis W 76 73 11,937 Dec 19 --- --- Old Dominion L 76 81 11,346 Dec 21 --- --- Morehead State W 71 53 11,278 Dec 23 --- --- at Louisville W 91 68 18,739 Dec 30 --- --- Marquette W 61 60 13,268 Jan 2 --- --- Siena W 87 67 11,211 Jan 6 --- --- Duquesne* W 70 61 12,237 Jan 11 --- --- Temple* L 58 68 13,224 Jan 14 --- --- at Saint Joseph’s* L 71 84 3,200 Jan 20 --- --- at Massachusetts* L 57 62 4,113 Jan 21 --- --- La Salle* W 62 43 12,675 Jan 25 --- --- at St. Bonaventure* L 51 66 6,000 Jan 27 --- --- Fordham* W 81 74 13,347 Jan 30 --- --- at Xavier* L 72 82 10,250 Feb 3 --- --- at Duquesne* W 82 63 5,234 Feb 6 --- --- Massachusetts* W 89 76 13,408 Feb 10 --- --- at Rhode Island* W 73 64 2,531 Feb 17 --- --- Geo. Washington* W 82 79 13,553 Feb 21 --- 23 Saint Joseph’s* L 72 82 13,553 Feb 24 --- --- at Temple* W 62 70 6,093 Feb 28 --- --- at Fordham* W 83 70 2,328 Mar 4 --- 24 Xavier* W 65 62 13,553 A-10 Championship (The Spectrum: Philadelphia, Pa.) Mar 7 --- --- vs Rhode Island W 85 59 6,486 Mar 8 --- --- vs Temple L 63 76 7,034 National Invitation Tournament (UD Arena: Dayton, Ohio) Mar 14 --- --- UNC Wilmington W 68 59 9,638 Mar 19 --- --- Richmond W 71 56 9,113 Mar 21 --- --- Detroit L 42 59 9,307

2002-03 NCAA FIRST ROUND A-10 CHAMPIONS

2001-02 NIT FIRST ROUND

SEASON RECORD: 21-11 ATLANTIC 10 CONFERENCE RECORD: 10-6 HEAD COACH: OLIVER PURNELL Rankings Date UD Op Opponent Nov 18 --- --- Toledo W Nov 21 --- --- Central Michigan W Nov 24 --- --- at Villanova L Nov 28 --- --- at Cincinnati L Dec 1 --- --- Morehead State W Dec 5 --- 17 at Marquette L Dec 8 --- --- Eastern Kentucky W Dec 15 --- --- at Purdue W Dec 18 --- --- Austin Peay W Dec 22 --- --- Saint Louis W Dec 29 --- --- Miami W Jan 5 --- --- Xavier* L

UD 69 81 57 55 85 51 82 83 76 69 60 59

Op 50 65 59 77 41 73 70 72 61 63 23 66

Att 12,147 12,643 6,500 12,142 12,487 10,002 12,021 9,316 12,344 12,237 13,345 13,553

Jan 9 --- --- Geo. Washington* W 83 59 12,069 Jan 12 --- --- at Duquesne* W 88 44 4,407 Jan 19 --- --- Richmond* W 68 52 13,086 Jan 23 --- --- at La Salle* W 71 69 2,125 Jan 26 --- --- at Xavier* L 59 75 10,250 Jan 29 --- --- at Massachusetts* W 83 68 6,146 Feb 3 --- --- St. Bonaventure* L 75 81 13,102 Feb 6 --- --- at Fordham* W 92 78 2,395 Feb 10 --- --- at Richmond* L 54 63 7,076 Feb 13 --- --- Duquesne* W 82 50 12,793 Feb 16 --- --- Rhode Island* W 66 57 13,553 Feb 21 --- --- at Geo. Washington* W 89 53 2,128 Feb 23 --- --- at Saint Joseph’s* L 68 70 3,200 Feb 27 --- --- Temple* ot L 70 75 13,093 Mar 2 --- --- La Salle* W 95 72 12,850 A-10 Championship (The Spectrum: Philadelphia, Pa.) Mar 6 --- --- vs Rhode Island W 90 71 5,571 Mar 7 --- --- vs Saint Joseph’s W 81 74 6,589 Mar 8 --- 24 vs Xavier L 59 66 7,034 National Invitation Tournament (UD Arena: Dayton, Ohio) Mar 13 --- --- Detroit W 80 69 7,130 Mar 15 --- --- Tennessee Tech L 59 69 7,760

SEASON RECORD: 24-6 ATLANTIC 10 CONFERENCE RECORD: 14-2 HEAD COACH: OLIVER PURNELL Rankings Date UD Op Opponent UD Op Nov 24 --- --- Delaware State W 65 38 Nov 27 --- --- Evansville W 64 59 Nov 30 --- 21 Cincinnati W 75 69 Dec 4 --- --- at Miami L 63 78 Dec 7 --- --- UNC Wilmington W 59 48 Dec 14 --- --- at Saint Louis L 55 63 Dec 17 --- --- Ball State W 80 65 Dec 20 --- --- at Old Dominion W 71 67 Dec 22 --- --- Villanova W 80 78

Dec 29 Jan 4 Jan 8 Jan 11 Jan 15 Jan 18 Jan 25 Jan 29 Feb 1 Feb 5 Feb 8

--- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---

3 at Duke L 13 Marquette ot W --- La Salle* W --- Duquesne* W --- Richmond* W --- at Geo. Washington* W --- at Temple* W --- Massachusetts* W --- at La Salle* W --- at Duquesne* W 20 at Xavier* L

Att 11,770 11,176 13,409 5,112 11,888 8,448 11,598 5,532 12,375

March 18, 2004 was the final game for the Flyers for seniors Keith Waleskowski (below), Ramod Marshall (above) and Sean Finn. Each of the trio hit 1,000 points in their career. The March 18th NCAA Tournament loss to DePaul -- in which those three seniors combined for 49 of UD’s 69 points -- was only the sixth time three players with 1,000 career points played together for UD. Marshall and Waleskowski were part of multiple trios; as the two and Brooks Hall pulled the feat in 2003.

74 85 9,314 92 85 12,037 76 72 12,289 77 72 12,489 66 53 12,105 71 61 4,102 57 49 5,793 83 55 12,553 75 70 3,520 76 75 13,102 77 85 10,250

Feb 12 --- --- Geo. Washington* W 87 68 12,811 Feb 15 --- 25 Saint Joseph’s* W 66 56 13,409 Feb 19 25 --- at Richmond* W 70 63 4,129 Feb 22 25 14 Xavier* L 72 73 13,409 Feb 26 25 --- at Rhode Island* W 82 70 5,903 Mar 1 25 --- Fordham* ot W 69 64 13,409 A-10 Conference Championship (UD Arena: Dayton, Ohio) Mar 13 22 --- vs Rhode Island W 74 57 10,897 Mar 14 22 25 vs Saint Joseph’s W 76 73 11,648 Mar 15 22 --- vs Temple W 79 72 11,537 NCAA Tournament (Spokane Arena, Spokane, Wash.) Mar 20 16 --- Tulsa L 71 84 11,171

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2003-04 NCAA FIRST ROUND A-10 WEST DIVISION CHAMPIONS EA SPORTS MAUI INVITATIONAL CHAMPS SEASON RECORD: 24-9 ATLANTIC 10 CONFERENCE RECORD: 12-4 HEAD COACH: BRIAN GREGORY Rankings Date UD Op Opponent UD Op Att Nov 21 --- --- at Pepperdine W 90 77 1,899 EA Sports Maui Invitational (Lahaina Civic Center: Maui, Hawai’i) Nov 24 --- --- vs Central Michigan W 82 63 2,500 Nov 25 --- --- vs San Diego State W 76 71 2,500 Nov 26 --- --- vs Hawai’i W 82 72 2,500 Dec 3 --- --- Miami W 67 61 12,798 Dec 6 --- --- Wagner W 67 65 12,662 Dec 9 25 --- Louisiana-Lafayette W 66 59 12,055 Dec 13 25 --- IUPUI W 61 59 12,277 Dec 20 24 --- Prairie View W 78 65 12,136 Dec 23 23 14 at Cincinnati L 52 83 13,176 Dec 29 --- --- Wofford W 81 64 13,177 Dec 31 --- --- Saint Louis L 49 60 12,353 Jan 3 --- --- at Wyoming L 59 61 7,544 Jan 7 --- --- St. Bonaventure* W 76 72 12,899 Jan 10 --- --- Temple* W 60 56 13,409 Jan 14 --- --- at Richmond* W 55 50 5,282 Jan 17 --- --- at Fordham* W 75 56 2,251 Jan 21 --- --- George Washington* W 74 66 12,558 Jan 24 --- --- at La Salle* W 77 75 3,715 Jan 31 --- --- Xavier* W 74 67 13,409 Feb 4 --- --- Richmond* ot W 62 57 12,764 Feb 8 --- --- at Massachusetts* W 66 59 4,076 Feb 11 --- 3 at Saint Joseph’s* L 67 81 3,200 Feb 15 --- --- Duquesne* W 70 58 13,260 Feb 18 --- --- at George Washington* L 64 66 5,033 Feb 21 --- --- at Xavier* L 67 60 10,250 Feb 28 --- --- La Salle* W 72 58 13,409 Mar 3 --- --- Rhode Island* L 63 65 12,665 Mar 6 --- --- at Duquesne* W 73 69 5,406 A-10 Conference Championship (UD Arena: Dayton, Ohio) Mar 11 --- --- Duquesne W 69 56 10,178 Mar 12 --- --- Richmond W 58 56 11,566 Mar 13 --- --- Xavier L 49 58 13,133 NCAA Tournament (HSBC Arena, Buffalo, N.Y.) Mar 18 --- --- vs DePaul 2ot L 69 76 18,698

2004-05

SEASON RECORD: 18-11 ATLANTIC 10 CONFERENCE RECORD: 10-6 HEAD COACH: BRIAN GREGORY Rankings Date UD Op Opponent UD Op Att Nov 21 --- --- Eastern Kentukcy L 66 73 12,254 Nov 27 --- --- Coppin State W 55 42 12,011 Dec 1 --- --- at DePaul L 59 70 8,787 Dec 4 --- 24 Cincinnati L 55 65 13,409 Dec 7 Wyoming W 62 57 12,135 Dec 11 --- --- Texas Southern W 79 60 12,145 Dec 18 --- --- at Saint Louis W 62 54 8,108 Dec 20 --- --- Northwestern State W 64 55 11,525 Dec 23 --- --- Akron W 77 66 12,329 Dec 29 --- --- at Vanderbilt L 74 90 9,311 Jan 5 --- --- Duquesne* 2ot L 93 94 12,275 Jan 9 --- --- Cornell W 62 51 12,587 Jan 12 --- --- Richmond* W 63 62 12,761 Jan 15 --- --- at Duquesne* W 71 60 3,615 Jan 19 --- --- Saint Joseph’s* W 58 54 12,506 Jan 22 --- --- La Salle* W 66 58 13,409 Jan 27 --- --- at Rhode Island* W 56 49 4,370 Jan 30 --- --- at George Washington * L 73 82 4,236 Feb 2 --- --- Fordham* W 65 47 12,462 Feb 5 --- --- at Richmond* L 58 61 7,385 Feb 9 --- --- at Temple* L 70 78 2,954 Feb 12 --- --- at La Salle* W 56 45 2,712 Feb 19 --- --- Xavier* W 59 55 13,409 Feb 22 --- --- at St. Bonaventure* W 68 61 4,173 Feb 26 --- --- George Washington* L 59 62 13,409 Mar 1 --- --- Massachusetts* W 53 52 12,488 Mar 5 --- --- at Xavier* L 65 74 10,250 A-10 Conference Championship (U.S. Bank Arena: Cincinnati, Ohio) Mar 9 --- --- vs St. Bonaventure W 78 48 5,872 Mar 10 --- --- vs Temple L 51 61 7,221

2005-2006

SEASON RECORD: 14-17 ATLANTIC 10 CONFERENCE RECORD: 6-10 HEAD COACH: BRIAN GREGORY Rankings

Date UD Op Opponent UD Op Att Nov 18 -- -- Tennessee Tech W 81 60 13,040 Nov 21 -- -- at Miami L 42 58 6,038 Nov 23 -- -- Morehead State W 67 41 12,346 Nov 26 -- -- at Creighton ot L 90 91 14,880 Nov 29 -- -- at Cincinnati W 75 66 9,199 Dec 1 -- -- Pepperdine W 63 45 12,436 Dec 3 -- -- Grambling W 59 55 12,523 Dec 7 -- -- Central Michigan W 61 36 12,018 Dec 10 -- -- Depaul L 54 61 12,302 Las Vegas Holiday Classic (Valley High School: Las Vegas, NV)

Dec 17 -- -- Arkansas-Monticello W 63 46 11,725 Dec 19 -- -- Florida A&M W 73 48 11,810 Dec 22 -- -- vs Cincinnati L 63 81 1,100 Dec 23 -- -- vs Northern Iowa L 67 74 1,100 Dec 30 -- -- Vanderbilt L 60 63 13,162 Jan 4 -- -- at Fordham* L 56 66 1,994 Jan 7 -- -- Charlotte* L 65 73 12,098 Jan 14 -- -- at Richmond* L 50 58 4,108 Jan 18 -- -- Temple* L 51 53 11,648 Jan 21 -- -- Duquesne* W 85 63 12,575 Jan 25 -- -- St. Bonaventure* W 78 58 12,088 Jan 28 -- -- at Xavier* L 55 60 10,250 Feb 1 -- -- Saint Joseph’s* W 77 69 11,722 Feb 4 -- -- at Charlotte* L 49 62 9,105 Feb 8 -- 8 at George Washington* L 67 81 5,000 Feb 11 -- -- Saint Louis* W 46 44 13,156 Feb 18 -- -- at La Salle* L 71 74 3,612 Feb 21 -- -- Xavier* W 66 62 13,092 Feb 25 -- -- at Massachusetts* L 47 66 5,508 Mar 1 -- -- at Saint Louis* ot W 72 70 10,264 Mar 4 -- -- Rhode Island* L 56 65 13,435 A-10 Conference Championship (U.S. Bank Arena: Cincinnati, Ohio) Mar 8 -- -- vs Saint Joseph’s L 55 67 4,010

2006-2007

SEASON RECORD: 19-12 ATLANTIC 10 CONFERENCE RECORD: 8-8 HEAD COACH: BRIAN GREGORY Rankings

Date UD Op Opponent UD Op Att Nov 11 -- -- Austin Peay W 78 62 12,059 Nov 15 -- -- North Carolina A&T W 79 66 11,666 Nov 18 -- -- at SMU L 48 53 2,707 Nov 21 -- -- Yale W 73 62 12,028 Nov 24 -- -- vs Louisville W 68 64 8,250 Nov 28 -- -- South Carolina State W 67 55 11,425 Dec 2 -- -- Holy Cross W 69 53 12,149 Dec 6 -- -- Creighton W 60 54 11,895 Dec 9 -- -- Grambling W 58 49 12,009 Dec 16 -- -- Western Carolina W 66 55 12,354 Dec 20 -- -- Miami W 56 54 12,178 Dec 23 -- 7 at Pittsburgh L 54 84 12,508 Dec 31 -- 2 at North Carolina L 51 81 19,967 Jan 4 -- -- Charlotte* W 66 63 11,655 Jan 7 -- -- at Rhode Island* L 74 75 3,791 Jan 13 -- -- La Salle* W 84 82 12,819 Jan 17 -- -- at Charlotte* L 59 80 6,378 Jan 20 -- -- Richmond* W 72 54 12,727 Jan 24 -- -- at Duquesne* L 89 93 1,743 Jan 27 -- -- at Xavier* L 67 83 10,250 Jan 31 -- -- George Washington* W 84 69 11,622 Feb 4 -- -- at Saint Joseph’s* L 65 71 3,103 Feb 7 -- -- Fordham* W 57 45 11,853 Feb 10 -- -- at St. Bonaventure* W 69 62 3,358 Feb 18 -- -- Massachusetts* L 69 77 13,213 Feb 21 -- -- at Saint Louis* L 56 66 8,847 Feb 24 -- -- Xavier* L 67 75 13,435 Feb 28 -- -- at Temple* W 73 65 3,414 Mar 3 -- -- Saint Louis* 2ot W 65 64 13,435 A-10 Conference Championship (Boardwalk Hall: Atlantic City, NJ) Mar 7 -- -- vs Charlotte W 81 63 4 ,066 Mar 8 -- -- vs Xavier L 51 72 4,762

2007-2008 NIT QUARTERFINALIST

SEASON RECORD: 23-11 ATLANTIC 10 CONFERENCE RECORD: 8-8 HEAD COACH: BRIAN GREGORY Rankings

Date UD Op Opponent UD Op Att Nov 10 -- -- East Tennessee St. W 78 74 12,115 Nov 17 -- -- at George Mason L 56 67 7,274 Nov 21 -- -- Toledo W 76 70 12,211 Nov 24 -- -- SMU W 82 57 12,242 Nov 28 -- -- at Miami W 63 62 5,234 Dec 1 -- -- at Holy Cross W 55 53 3,721 Dec 5 -- -- High Point W 68 54 11,984 Dec 8 -- 11 at Louisville W 70 65 19,128 Dec 15 -- -- Coppin State W 66 34 12,063 Dec 19 -- -- American W 63 56 12,508 Dec 22 -- -- Loyola (Md.) W 91 74 12,859 Dec 29 -- 6 Pittsburgh W 80 55 13,435 Jan 2 20 -- Akron 2ot W 83 81 12,434 Jan 9 17 22 Rhode Island* W 92 83 13,435 Jan 12 17 -- at Saint Louis* ot W 68 57 11,108 Jan 16 14 -- Massachusetts* L 71 82 13,435 Jan 24 16 23 at Xavier* L 43 69 10,250 Jan 26 16 -- at Richmond* L 63 80 7,125 Jan 30 -- -- Saint Louis* W 63 36 13,435 Feb 2 -- -- at Rhode Island* L 70 82 7,657 Feb 6 -- -- Charlotte* W 69 64 12,110 Feb 9 -- -- at George Washington* L 54 57 3,154 Feb 13 -- -- Duquesne* L 61 63 13,040 Feb 16 -- -- Temple* W 77 66 13,435 Feb 21 -- -- at La Salle* ot L 67 75 13,435 Feb 24 -- 10 Xavier* L 51 57 13,435 Mar 1 -- -- at Fordham* W 57 50 3,200 Mar 5 -- -- at St. Bonaventure* W 78 73 4,821 Mar 8 -- -- Saint Joseph’s* W 79 67 13,435 A-10 Conference Championship (Boardwalk Hall: Atlantic City, NJ) Mar 12 -- -- vs Saint Louis ot W 63 62 3,342 Mar 13 -- 10 vs Xavier L 65 74 4,401 National Invitation Tournament (UD Arena: Dayton, Ohio)

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Mar 19 -- -- Cleveland State W 66 57 7,012 National Invitation Tournament (Redbird Arena: Normal, Ill.) Mar 24 -- -- at Illinois State W 55 48 8,802 National Invitation Tournament (Schottenstein Center: Columbus, Ohio) Mar 26 -- -- at Ohio State L 63 74 19,049

2008-2009 NCAA SECOND ROUND

SEASON RECORD: 27-8 ATLANTIC 10 CONFERENCE RECORD: 11-5 HEAD COACH: BRIAN GREGORY Rankings

Date UD Op Opponent UD Op Att Nov 16 -- -- Wofford W 52 49 12,254 Nov 19 -- -- Delaware State W 62 52 11,906 Chicago Invitational Challenge (Sears Centre: Hoffman Estates, Ill.) Nov 23 -- -- Bethune-Cookman W 78 38 12,687 Nov 25 -- -- Mercer W 71 53 12,074 Nov 27 -- -- vs Auburn ot W 60 59 3,087 Nov 29 -- 15 vs Marquette W 89 75 4,780 Dec 2 -- -- Troy W 87 70 11,853 Dec 6 -- -- at Akron W 54 50 4,059 Dec 10 -- -- at Creighton L 59 77 15,418 Dec 13 -- -- Coppin State W 73 56 12,777 Dec 20 -- -- UNC Greensboro W 75 44 12,706 Dec 23 -- -- Marshall W 62 50 13,021 Dec 30 -- -- George Mason W 66 62 13,017 Jan 2 -- -- at Toledo W 77 63 6,921 Jan 6 -- -- Miami W 45 40 12,637 Jan 10 -- -- at Massachusetts* L 62 75 5,485 Jan 14 -- -- Fordham* W 72 71 11,993 Jan 17 -- -- at Duquesne* W 78 69 4,061 Jan 22 -- -- at George Washington* W 63 61 2,517 Jan 25 -- -- St. Bonaventure* W 80 68 13,408 Jan 29 -- -- Saint Louis* W 47 46 12,436 Feb 1 -- -- Saint Joseph’s* W 69 58 13,169 Feb 4 -- -- at La Salle* W 63 61 2,517 Feb 8 -- -- at Charlotte* L 66 79 5,939 Feb 11 -- 14 Xavier* W 71 58 13,435 Feb 14 -- -- Richmond* W 69 63 13,435 Feb 21 25 -- at Saint Louis* L 49 57 10,603 Feb 25 -- -- at Rhode Island* ot L 91 93 7,218 Feb 28 -- -- Temple* W 70 65 13,435 Mar 5 -- 17 at Xavier* L 59 76 10,250 Mar 7 -- -- Duquesne* W 74 61 13,435 A-10 Conference Championship (Boardwalk Hall: Atlantic City, NJ) Mar 12 -- -- vs Richmond W 69 64 4,333 Mar 13 -- -- vs Duquesne L 66 77 6,160 NCAA Tournament (Metrodome: Minneapolis, Minn.) Mar 20 -- -- vs West Virginia W 68 60 15,794 Mar 22 -- -- vs Kansas L 43 60 14,279

2009-2010 NIT CHAMPIONS

SEASON RECORD: 25-12 ATLANTIC 10 CONFERENCE RECORD: 8-8 HEAD COACH: BRIAN GREGORY Rankings

Date UD Op Opponent UD Op Att Nov 14 21 -- Creighton W 90 80 13,435 Puerto Rico Tip-Off (Coliseo de Puerto Rico: San Juan, Puerto Rico) Nov 19 18 21 vs Georgia Tech W 63 59 5,073 Nov 20 18 5 vs Villanova L 65 71 5,762 Nov 22 18 -- vs Kansas State L 75 83 8,357 Nov 28 -- -- Towson W 74 69 12,730 Dec 2 -- -- at Miami W 65 58 4,820 Dec 5 -- -- Lehigh W 89 71 12,719 Dec 8 -- -- at George Mason W 56 55 5,727 Dec 11 -- -- Old Dominion W 58 50 13,159 Dec 19 -- -- Presbyterian W 71 52 12,269 Dec 21 -- -- Appalachian State W 65 49 13,435 Dec 29 -- -- Boston University W 74 60 13,435 Jan 1 -- 19 at New Mexico L 66 68 14,586 Jan 5 -- -- Ball State W 59 35 13,167 Jan 9 -- -- Duquesne* ot W 78 72 13,435 Jan 13 -- -- at Fordham* W 74 58 7,040 Jan 16 -- -- at Xavier* L 74 78 10,250 Jan 20 -- -- George Washington* W 66 51 12,630 Jan 23 -- -- at Saint Joseph’s* L 59 60 4,200 Jan 26 -- -- Rhode Island* L 64 65 12,501 Jan 30 -- -- at St. Bonaventure* W 75 58 5,290 Feb 6 -- -- Xavier* W 90 65 13,435 Feb 10 -- -- Charlotte* W 75 47 12,716 Feb 13 -- -- at Saint Louis* 2ot L 65 68 9,453 Feb 18 -- -- La Salle* W 68 54 12,664 Feb 21 -- -- at Duquesne* L 71 73 5,144 Feb 24 -- 20 at Temple* L 41 49 5,833 Feb 27 -- -- Massachusetts* W 96 68 13,435 Mar 4 -- -- at Richmond* L 56 60 7,121 Mar 6 -- -- Saint Louis* L 66 71 13,435 A-10 Conference Championship (UD Arena: Dayton, Ohio) Mar 9 -- -- George Washington W 70 60 6,930 A-10 Conference Championship (Boardwalk Hall: Atlantic City, NJ) Mar 12 -- 24 vs Xavier L 73 78 n/a National Invitation Tournament (UD Arena: Dayton, Ohio) Mar 17 -- -- Illinois State W 63 42 5,127 National Invitation Tournament (Fifth Third Arena: Cincinnati, Ohio) Mar 22 -- -- at Cincinnati W 81 66 6,479 National Invitation Tournament (Assembly Hall: Champaign, Ill.) Mar 24 -- -- at Illinois W 77 71 8,548 National Invitation Tournament (MSG: New York, N.Y.) Mar 30 -- -- vs Mississippi W 68 63 11,689 Apr 1 -- -- vs North Carolina W 79 69 9,827


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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS

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Year W-L W-L W-L W-L W-L Tournament No Coach (54-9) 1903-04 5-1 --- --- --- Independent --- --1904-05 6-1 --- --- --- Independent --- --1905-06 7-2 --- --- --- Independent --- --1906-07 14-0 --- --- --- Independent --- --1907-08 10-3 --- --- --- Independent --- --1908-09 12-2 --- --- --- Independent --- --Coach Fr. William O’Malley (5-6) 1909-10 5-6 --- --- --- Independent --- --Coach Harry Solimano (44-12, also includes 1919-20) 1910-11 10-0 --- --- --- Independent --- --1911-12 13-0 --- --- --- Independent --- --1912-13 11-0 --- --- --- Independent --- --1913-14 5-4 --- --- --- Independent --- --Coach Al Mahrt (9-12, also includes 1917-19) 1914-15 4-4 --- --- --- Independent --- --Coach Alfred McCray (19-5) 1915-16 11-2 --- --- --- Independent --- --1916-17 8-3 --- --- --- Independent --- --Mahrt (see above, 1914-15) 1917-18 2-4 --- --- --- Independent --- --1918-19 3-4 --- --- --- Independent --- --Solimano (see above, 1911-14) 1919-20 5-8 --- --- --- Independent --- --Coach Dutch Thiele (6-16) 1920-21 6-16 --- --- --- Independent --- --Coach William Sherry (6-8) 1921-22 6-8 --- --- --- Independent --- --Coach Van Hill (8-8) 1922-23 8-8

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Coach Harry Baujan (46-38) 1923-24 9-5 --- --- --- Independent --- --1924-25 9-11 --- --- --- Independent --- --1925-26 7-8 --- --- --- Independent --- --1926-27 10-9 --- --- --- Independent --- --1927-28 11-5 --- --- --- Independent --- --Coach George Fitzgerald (9-10) 1928-29 9-10 --- --- --- Independent --- --Coach Bill Belanich (16-48) 1929-30 4-14 --- 1930-31 2-15 --- 1931-32 3-12 --- 1932-33 7-7 ---

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Coach Louis Tschudi (13-18) 1933-34 9-7 --- --- --- Independent --- --1934-35 4-11 --- --- --- Independent --- --Coach Joe Holsinger (18-48) 1935-36 3-13 --- --- --- Independent --- --1936-37 7-12 --- --- --- Independent --- --- 1937-38 6-11 --- --- --- Independent --- --1938-39 2-12 --- --- --- Independent --- --Coach James Carter (41-75) 1939-40 4-17 --- --- --- Independent --- --1940-41 9-14 --- --- --- Independent --- --1941-42 12-6 --- --- --- Independent --- --1942-43 9-8 --- --- --- Independent --- --1945-46 3-13 --- --- --- Independent --- --1946-47 4-17 --- --- --- Independent --- ---

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Year W-L W-L W-L W-L W-L Tournament Coach Tom Blackburn (352-141; 10 NITs; 1 NCAA) 1947-48 12-14 --- --- --- Independent --- --- 1948-49 16-14 8-4 8-10 --- Independent 1-1 NCI 2nd Round 1949-50 24-8 16-0 8-8 --- Independent 1-1 OCT Runnerup 1950-51 27-5 15-1 12-4 --- Independent 3-1 NIT Runnerup 1951-52 28-5 15-1 13-4 --- Independent 3-1 NIT Runnerup 1-1 NCAA Sweet 16 1952-53 16-13 12-4 4-9 --- Independent --- --1953-54 25-7 15-1 10-6 --- Independent 1-1 NIT Quarterfinalist 1954-55 25-4 14-1 11-3 --- Independent 2-1 NIT Runnerup 1955-56 25-4 14-1 11-3 --- Independent 2-1 NIT Runnerup 1956-57 19-9 12-3 7-6 --- Independent 1-1 NIT Quarterfinalist 1957-58 25-4 14-1 11-3 --- Independent 2-1 NIT Runnerup 1958-59 14-12 11-4 3-8 --- Independent --- --1959-60 21-7 15-0 6-7 --- Independent 1-1 NIT Quarterfinalist 1960-61 20-9 14-1 6-8 --- Independent 1-2 NIT Final Four 1961-62 24-6 14-1 10-5 --- Independent 4-0 NIT Champions 1962-63 16-10 12-3 4-7 --- Independent --- --1963-64 15-10 11-4 4-6 --- Independent --- --Coach Don 1964-65 1965-66 1966-67 1967-68 1968-69 1969-70 1970-71 1971-72 1972-73 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89

Donoher (437-275; 8 NCAAs; 7 NITs) 22-7 15-1 7-6 --- Independent 2-1 NCAA Sweet 16 23-6 14-1 9-5 --- Independent 1-2 NCAA Sweet 16 25-6 13-2 12-4 --- Independent 4-1 NCAA Runnerup 21-9 13-2 8-7 --- Independent 4-0 NIT Champions 20-7 14-1 6-6 --- Independent 0-1 NCAA 1st Round 19-8 11-4 8-4 --- Independent 0-1 NCAA 1st Round 18-9 13-3 5-6 --- Independent 0-1 NIT 1st Round 13-13 10-5 3-8 --- Independent --- --13-13 10-6 3-7 --- Independent --- --20-9 15-1 5-8 --- Independent 1-2 NCAA Sweet 16 10-16 8-9 2-7 --- Independent --- --14-13 12-5 2-8 --- Independent --- --16-11 12-6 4-5 --- Independent --- --19-10 17-3 2-7 --- Independent 1-1 NIT Quarterfinalist 19-10 15-3 4-7 --- Independent 1-1 NIT 2nd Round 13-14 12-5 1-9 --- Independent --- --18-11 14-3 4-8 --- Independent 1-1 NIT 2nd Round 21-9 16-2 5-7 --- Independent 2-1 NIT Quarterfinalist 18-10 13-4 5-6 --- Independent --- --21-11 14-2 7-9 --- Independent 3-1 NCAA Great Eight 19-10 15-3 4-7 --- Independent 0-1 NCAA 1st Round 17-13 15-2 2-11 --- Independent 0-1 NIT 1st Round 13-15 10-7 3-8 --- Independent --- --13-18 8-8 5-10 --- Independent --- --12-17 9-8 3-9 6-6 Midwestern --- ---

Coach Jim O’Brien (61-87; 1 NCAA) 1989-90 22-10 16-3 6-7 10-4 Midwestern 1-1 NCAA 2nd Round 1990-91 14-15 11-7 3-8 8-6 Midwestern --- --1991-92 15-15 12-4 3-11 5-5 Midwestern --- --1992-93 4-26 3-12 1-14 3-11 Midwestern --- --1993-94 6-21 6-10 0-11 1-11 Great Midwest --- --Coach Oliver Purnell (155-116; 2 NCAA; 3 NIT) 1994-95 7-20 7-9 0-11 0-12 Great Midwest --- --1995-96 15-14 12-4 3-10 6-10 Atlantic 10 --- --1996-97 13-14 12-3 1-11 6-10 Atlantic 10 --- --1997-98 21-12 14-4 7-8 11-5 Atlantic 10 1-1 NIT 2nd Round 1998-99 11-17 9-6 2-11 5-11 Atlantic 10 --- --- 1999-00 22-9 13-2 6-5 11-5 Atlantic 10 0-1 NCAA 1st Round 2000-01 21-13 12-6 9-7 9-7 Atlantic 10 2-1 NIT Quarterfinals 2001-02 21-11 13-4 8-7 10-6 Atlantic 10 1-1 NIT 1st Round 2002-03 24-6 17-1 7-5 14-2 Atlantic 10 0-1 NCAA 1st Round Coach Brian Gregory (150-80; 2 NCAA; 2 NIT) 2003-04 24-9 15-3 9-6 12-4 Atlantic 10 0-1 NCAA 1st Round 2004-05 18-11 12-4 5-6 10-6 Atlantic 10 --- --2005-06 14-17 12-5 2-12 6-10 Atlantic 10 --- --2006-07 19-12 15-2 4-10 8-8 Atlantic 10 --- --2007-08 23-11 15-3 8-8 8-8 Atlantic 10 2-1 NIT Quarterfinals 2008-09 27-8 18-0 9-8 11-5 Atlantic 10 1-1 NCAA 2nd Round 2009-10 25-12 16-2 9-10 8-8 Atlantic 10 5-0 NIT Champions


COACHING RECORDS CAREER BY WINS

Coach 1 Don Donoher 2 Tom Blackburn 3 Oliver Purnell 4 Brian Gregory 5 Jim O’Brien 6 Harry Baujan 7 Harry Solimano 8 James Carter 9 Alfred McCray 10 Joe Holsinger 11 Bill Belanich 12 Louis Tschudi 13 Van Hill George Fitzgerald Al Mahrt 16 William Sherry 17 Dutch Thiele 18 Fr. William O’Malley

CAREER BY WIN PERCENTAGE Coach 1 Alfred McCray 2 Harry Solimano 3 Tom Blackburn 4 Brian Gregory 5 Don Donoher 6 Oliver Purnell 7 Van Hill 8 Harry Baujan 9 George Fitzgerald 10 Fr. William O’Malley 11 Al Mahrt William Sherry 13 Louis Tschudi 14 Jim O’Brien 15 James Carter 16 Dutch Thiele Joe Holsinger Bill Belanich

CAREER BY GAMES COACHED Coach 1 Don Donoher 2 Tom Blackburn 3 Oliver Purnell 4 Brian Gregory 5 Jim O’Brien 6 James Carter 7 Harry Baujan 8 Joe Holsinger 9 Bill Belanich 10 Harry Solimano 11 Louis Tschudi 12 Alfred McCray 13 Dutch Thiele 14 Al Mahrt 16 George Fitzgerald 16 Van Hill 17 William Sherry 18 Fr. William O’Malley

Games W 712 437 493 352 271 155 230 150 148 61 84 46 56 44 116 41 24 19 66 18 64 16 31 13 16 9 19 9 21 9 14 6 22 6 11 5

L 275 141 116 80 87 38 12 75 5 48 48 18 7 10 12 8 16 6

Pct. .614 .714 .572 .652 .412 .548 .785 .353 .792 .273 .250 .419 .563 .474 .429 .429 .273 .454

Games W 24 19 56 44 493 352 230 150 712 437 271 155 16 9 84 46 19 9 11 5 21 9 14 6 31 13 148 61 116 41 22 6 66 18 64 16

L 5 12 141 80 275 116 7 38 10 6 12 8 18 87 75 16 48 48

Pct. .792 .785 .714 .652 .614 .572 .563 .548 .474 .454 .429 .429 .419 .412 .353 .273 .273 .250

Games W 712 437 493 352 271 155 230 150 148 61 116 41 84 46 66 18 64 16 56 44 31 13 24 19 22 6 21 9 19 9 16 9 14 6 11 5

L 275 141 116 80 87 75 38 48 48 12 18 5 16 12 10 7 8 6

Pct. .614 .714 .572 .652 .412 .353 .548 .273 .250 .785 .419 .792 .273 .429 .474 .563 .429 .454

TOP 20 SEASONS BY WINS 1 2 4 10 14 16 19

Year 1951-52 1950-51 2008-09 1954-55 1955-56 1957-58 1966-67 1953-54 2009-10 1949-50 1961-62 2002-03 2003-04 1965-66 2007-08 1964-65 1999-00 1989-90 1959-60 1967-68 1981-82 1983-84 2001-02

Coach Tom Blackburn Tom Blackburn Brian Gregory Tom Blackburn Tom Blackburn Tom Blackburn Don Donoher Tom Blackburn Brian Gregory Tom Blackburn Tom Blackburn Oliver Purnell Brian Gregory Don Donoher Brian Gregory Don Donoher Oliver Purnell Jim O’Brien Tom Blackburn Don Donoher Don Donoher Don Donoher Oliver Purnell

TOP 20 SEASONS BY WIN PERCENTAGE 1 4 7 8 9 10 11 13 14 15 16 17 19 20

Year 1910-11 1911-12 1912-13 1954-55 1955-56 1957-58 1951-52 1915-16 1950-51 1966-67 1961-62 2002-03 1965-66 1953-54 2008-09 1964-65 1949-50 1959-60 1968-69 2003-04

Coach Fr. William O’Malley Harry Solimano Harry Solimano Tom Blackburn Tom Blackburn Tom Blackburn Tom Blackburn Alfred McCray Tom Blackburn Don Donoher Tom Blackburn Oliver Purnell Don Donoher Tom Blackburn Brian Gregory Don Donoher Tom Blackburn Tom Blackburn Don Donoher Brian Gregory

W 28 27 27 25 25 25 25 25 25 24 24 24 24 23 23 22 22 22 21 21 21 21 21

L 5 5 8 4 4 4 6 7 12 8 6 6 9 6 11 7 9 10 7 9 9 11 11

W L 10 0 13 0 11 0 25 4 25 4 25 4 28 5 11 2 27 5 25 6 24 6 24 6 23 6 25 7 27 8 22 7 24 8 21 7 20 7 24 9

Win Pct .848 .844 .771 .862 .862 .862 .806 .781 .676 .750 .800 .800 .727 .793 .676 .759 .710 .688 .750 .700 .700 .656 .656

Pct. 1.000 1.000 1.000 .862 .862 .862 .848 .846 .844 .806 .800 .800 .793 .781 .771 .759 .750 .750 .741 .727

MOST CONSECUTIVE WINNING SEASONS 1 2 3 4

Coach Tom Blackburn Don Donoher Don Donoher Don Donoher Oliver Purnell

Number From To 15 1949-1950 1963-1964 10 1964-1965 1973-1974 6 1980-1981 1985-1986 4 1975-1976 1978-1979 4 1999-2000 2002-1903

NCAA TOURNAMENT APPEARANCES 1 2 4

Coach Don Donoher Brian Gregory Oliver Purnell Tom Blackburn Jim O’Brien

Appearances W 8 11 2 1 2 0 1 1 1 1

Pct .524 .333 .000 .500 .500

MOST SEASONS COACHED 1 2 3 4 5

Coach Seasons Don Donoher 25 Tom Blackburn 15 Oliver Purnell 9 Brian Gregory 7 James Carter 6

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UD IN 100-POINT GAMES BY POINT TOTAL

Date Opponent UD Op Dec 27, 1967 Portland W 124 68 Jan 27, 1979 Ashland W 120 90 Dec 27, 1993 Central Conn. St W 118 60 Feb 21, 1991 Butler W 116 98 Feb 9, 1961 vs Seton Hall W 112 77 Feb 3, 1965 Xavier W 112 81 Nov 27, 1982 Otterbein W 112 77 Dec 15, 1990 Southern L 112 116 Dec 15, 1966 Tampa W 111 64 Jan 9, 1971 Loyola of the South W 111 94 Mar 3, 1990 Xavier W 111 108 Feb 2, 1971 Eastern Kentucky W 110 86 Feb 3, 1973 at Loyola/Ill. W 110 89 Dec 19, 1995 Chicago State W 110 76 Dec 29, 1997 Prairie View A&M W 110 52 Dec 11, 1954 Bowling Green W 109 39 Mar 5, 1966 Detroit W 109 80 Feb 20, 1981 Duquesne 3ot W 109 100 Dec 3, 1988 Central Florida W 109 77 Nov 23, 1990 Illinois State W 109 69 Mar 10, 1978 Fairfield NIT W 108 93 Dec 1, 1979 Ashland W 108 71 Dec 14, 1991 Mount St. Mary’s W 107 81 Dec 18, 1972 Auburn W 106 63 Dec 16, 1987 Rollins W 106 74 Dec 6, 1952 Manchester W 105 65 Jan 3, 1966 Xavier W 105 79 Mar 8, 1979 Holy Cross NIT W 105 81 Feb 10, 1986 Niagara W 105 84 Nov 25, 1989 Fairleigh Dickinson W 105 97 Dec 27, 1989 Southern L 105 114 Dec 22, 1996 Morehead State W 105 75 Dec 11, 1999 Coastal Carolina W 105 79 Dec 10, 1966 Eastern Kentucky W 104 82 Dec 27, 1990 Texas Southern W 104 83 Feb 27, 1958 Loyola of the South W 103 69 Jan 5, 1991 Marquette W 103 81 Feb 8, 1957 at Villanova W 102 70 Dec 14, 1985 Texas Southern W 102 70 Jan 9, 1952 Ohio University W 101 71 Feb 15, 1967 Northern Illinois W 101 60 Feb 18, 1967 at Loyola of the South W 101 71 Nov 23, 1991 Austin Peay W 101 94 Jan 31, 1948 at Concordia W 100 47 Jan 13, 1951 Muskingum W 100 71 Dec 23, 1966 at Loyola/Ill. W 100 90 Jan 2, 1967 Harvard W 100 78 Feb 1, 1969 Niagara W 100 70 Feb 14, 1973 Biscayne W 100 68 Mar 14, 1974 vs UCLA 3ot NCAA L 100 111 Jan 27, 1990 Detroit W 100 80

Att Location 5,882 UD Fieldhouse 12,723 UD Arena 10,378 UD Arena 12,923 UD Arena 5,685 Madison Sq. Garden 5,808 UD Fieldhouse 9,585 UD Arena 12,727 UD Arena 5,882 UD Fieldhouse 12,739 UD Arena 13,511 UD Arena 12,229 UD Arena 7,383 Chicago Stadium 10,127 UD Arena 10,161 UD Arena 5,808 UD Fieldhouse 5,808 UD Fieldhouse 10,655 UD Arena 11,041 UD Arena 12,814 UD Arena 12,847 UD Arena 11,821 UD Arena 11,515 UD Arena 11,899 UD Arena 11,017 UD Arena 5,808 UD Fieldhouse 5,808 UD Fieldhouse 10,846 UD Arena 10,980 UD Arena 10,951 UD Arena 13,064 UD Arena 10,426 UD Arena 12,453 UD Arena 5,882 UD Fieldhouse 11,778 UD Arena 5,808 UD Fieldhouse 12,747 UD Arena --- The Palestra 10,478 UD Arena 5,808 UD Fieldhouse 5,882 UD Fieldhouse 1,500 --11,525 UD Arena --- --5,808 UD Fieldhouse 6,059 Alumni Hall 5,882 UD Fieldhouse 5,882 UD Fieldhouse 11,514 UD Arena 13,314 McKale Center 13,511 UD Arena

BY DATE

Date Opponent UD Op Jan 31, 1948 at Concordia W 100 47 Jan 13, 1951 Muskingum W 100 71 Jan 9, 1952 Ohio University W 101 71 Dec 6, 1952 Manchester W 105 65 Dec 11, 1954 Bowling Green W 109 39 Feb 8, 1957 at Villanova W 102 70 Feb 27, 1958 Loyola of the South W 103 69 Feb 9, 1961 vs Seton Hall W 112 77 Feb 3, 1965 Xavier W 112 81 Jan 3, 1966 Xavier W 105 79 Mar 5, 1966 Detroit W 109 80 Dec 10, 1966 Eastern Kentucky W 104 82 Dec 15, 1966 Tampa W 111 64 Dec 23, 1966 at Loyola/Ill. W 100 90 Jan 2, 1967 Harvard W 100 78 Feb 15, 1967 Northern Illinois W 101 60 Feb 18, 1967 at Loyola of the South W 101 71 Dec 27, 1967 Portland W 124 68 Feb 1, 1969 Niagara W 100 70 Jan 9, 1971 Loyola of the South W 111 94 Feb 2, 1971 Eastern Kentucky W 110 86 Dec 18, 1972 Auburn W 106 63 Feb 3, 1973 at Loyola/Ill. W 110 89 Feb 14, 1973 Biscayne W 100 68 Mar 14, 1974 vs UCLA 3ot NCAA L 100 111 Mar 10, 1978 Fairfield NIT W 108 93 Jan 27, 1979 Ashland W 120 90 Mar 8, 1979 Holy Cross NIT W 105 81 Dec 1, 1979 Ashland W 108 71 Feb 20, 1981 Duquesne 3ot W 109 100 Nov 27, 1982 Otterbein W 112 77 Dec 14, 1985 Texas Southern W 102 70 Feb 10, 1986 Niagara W 105 84 Dec 16, 1987 Rollins W 106 74 Dec 3, 1988 Central Florida W 109 77 Nov 25, 1989 Fairleigh Dickinson W 105 97 Dec 27, 1989 Southern L 105 114 Jan 27, 1990 Detroit W 100 80 Mar 3, 1990 Xavier W 111 108 Nov 23, 1990 Illinois State W 109 69 Dec 15, 1990 Southern L 112 116 Dec 27, 1990 Texas Southern W 104 83 Jan 5, 1991 Marquette W 103 81 Feb 21, 1991 Butler W 116 98 Nov 23, 1991 Austin Peay W 101 94 Dec 14, 1991 Mount St. Mary’s W 107 81 Dec 27, 1993 Central Conn. St W 118 60 Dec 19, 1995 Chicago State W 110 76 Dec 22, 1996 Morehead State W 105 75 Dec 29, 1997 Prairie View A&M W 110 52 Dec 11, 1999 Coastal Carolina W 105 79

BACK-TO-BACK

Date Opponent UD Op Dec 10, 1966 Dec 15, 1966

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Eastern Kentucky Tampa

W 104 W 111

Att Location --- --5,808 UD Fieldhouse 5,808 UD Fieldhouse 5,808 UD Fieldhouse 5,808 UD Fieldhouse --- The Palestra 5,808 UD Fieldhouse 5,685 Madison Sq. Garden 5,808 UD Fieldhouse 5,808 UD Fieldhouse 5,808 UD Fieldhouse 5,882 UD Fieldhouse 5,882 UD Fieldhouse 6,059 Alumni Hall 5,882 UD Fieldhouse 5,882 UD Fieldhouse 1,500 --5,882 UD Fieldhouse 5,882 UD Fieldhouse 12,739 UD Arena 12,229 UD Arena 11,899 UD Arena 7,383 Chicago Stadium 11,514 UD Arena 13,314 McKale Center 12,847 UD Arena 12,723 UD Arena 10,846 UD Arena 11,821 UD Arena 10,655 UD Arena 9,585 UD Arena 10,478 UD Arena 10,980 UD Arena 11,017 UD Arena 11,041 UD Arena 10,951 UD Arena 13,064 UD Arena 13,511 UD Arena 13,511 UD Arena 12,814 UD Arena 12,727 UD Arena 11,778 UD Arena 12,747 UD Arena 12,923 UD Arena 11,525 UD Arena 11,515 UD Arena 10,378 UD Arena 10,127 UD Arena 10,426 UD Arena 10,161 UD Arena 12,453 UD Arena

Att.

Location

82 64

5,882 5,882

UD Fieldhouse UD Fieldhouse

Feb 15, 1967 Northern Illinois W 101 60 Feb 18, 1967 at Loyola of the South W 101 71 1,500

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UD IN ONE-POINT GAMES FLYER VICTORIES

AP Ranks Date UD Op Opponent UD Op Dec 8, 2009 --- --- Geoge Mason 56 55 Jan 29, 2009 --- --- Saint Louis 47 46 Jan 14, 2009 --- --- Fordham 72 71 Nov 27, 2008 --- --- Auburn ot 60 59 Mar 12, 2008 --- --- Saint Louis ot 63 62 Nov 28, 2007 --- --- Miami/Ohio 63 62 Mar 3, 2007 --- --- Saint Louis 2ot 65 64 Mar 1, 2005 --- --- Massachusetts 53 52 Jan 12, 2005 --- --- Richmond 63 62 Feb 5, 2003 --- --- Duquesne 76 75 Dec 30, 2000 --- --- Marquette 61 60 Dec 6, 2000 --- --- Miami/Ohio 55 54 Mar 3, 1999 --- --- St. Bonaventure ot A10 70 69 Feb 6, 1996 --- --- Bethune-Cookman 60 59 Feb 4, 1993 --- --- Duquesne 78 77 Jan 28, 1993 --- --- Loyola/Ill. 70 69 Jan 12, 1989 --- --- Detroit 74 73 Nov 26, 1988 --- --- Bucknell 69 68 Mar 8, 1988 --- --- Miami/Fla. 90 89 Feb 24, 1988 --- --- Western Kentucky ot 82 81 Dec 19, 1987 --- --- Ohio State 81 80 Dec 2, 1987 --- --- Miami/Ohio 70 69 Dec 13, 1986 --- --- St. Peter’s 61 60 Feb 15, 1986 --- --- Canisius ot 69 68 Jan 8, 1986 --- --- Colorado 67 66 Jan 26, 1985 --- 7 DePaul 65 64 Mar 10, 1984 --- --- Old Dominion 64 63 Feb 18, 1984 --- 3 DePaul 72 71 Feb 15, 1984 --- --- Butler ot 77 76 Jan 17, 1984 --- --- Temple 63 62 Mar 10, 1982 --- --- Connecticut ot NIT 76 75 Jan 16, 1982 --- --- Loyola/Ill. 88 87 Dec 19, 1981 --- --- Old Dominion ot 78 77 Dec 12, 1981 --- --- Xavier ot 62 61 Mar 10, 1981 --- --- Fordham 2ot NIT 66 65 Dec 1, 1980 --- --- San Francisco ot 84 83 Jan 2, 1980 --- --- Miami/Ohio 57 56 Feb 14, 1979 --- --- Toledo 69 68 Dec 30, 1978 --- --- Xavier 67 66 Dec 16, 1978 --- --- Baldwin-Wallace 74 73 Jan 14, 1976 --- --- Miami/Ohio 62 61 Dec 28, 1974 --- --- Akron 73 72 Feb 10, 1972 --- --- Loyola/Ill. 91 90 Feb 11, 1971 --- --- Cincinnati 70 69 Feb 8, 1969 19 --- Loyola/Ill. ot 70 69 Mar 19, 1968 --- --- Fordham NIT 61 60 Jan 11, 1968 --- --- St. Louis 57 56 Mar 17, 1967 --- 8 Tennessee NCAA 53 52 Feb 21, 1967 --- --- Miami/Fla. 80 79 Mar 9, 1965 --- --- Ohio NCAA 66 65 Feb 13, 1963 --- --- Duquesne 58 57 Jan 19, 1963 --- --- DePaul 57 56 Jan 19, 1961 --- --- Wittenberg 46 45 Mar 5, 1960 --- --- DePaul 67 66 Dec 20, 1958 --- --- Eastern Kentucky 69 68 Feb 6, 1957 --- --- Miami/Ohio 2ot 68 67 Jan 10, 1955 10 2 Duquesne 68 67 Feb 14, 1952 11 --- Eastern Kentucky 60 59 Feb 6, 1952 11 13 Louisville 72 71 Dec 9, 1949 --- --- Cedarville 41 40 Mar 20, 1949 --- --- Loras 53 52 1946-47 --- --- Xavier 35 34 1946-47 --- --- Youngstown 55 54 1942-43 --- --- Patterson Field 28 27 1937-38 --- --- Wittenberg 36 35 1936-37 --- --- Wilmington 40 39 1935-36 --- --- Toledo 31 30 1932-33 --- --- Denison 41 40 1932-33 --- --- Denison 34 33 1930-31 --- --- Cedarville 23 22 1929-30 --- --- Wilmington 20 19 1929-30 --- --- St. Xavier 20 19 1926-27 --- --- Bowling Green 27 26 1925-26 --- --- Wilmington ot 27 26 1924-25 --- --- Cincinnati 26 25 1922-23 --- --- Alumni 19 18 1921-22 --- --- Huntington 16 15 1918-19 --- --- Mount Union 22 21 1918-19 --- --- Orchard Lake 12 11 1915-16 --- --- Ohio State 24 23 1907-08 --- --- Meteors 23 22 1906-07 --- --- Haskell 27 26

FLYER LOSSES Att 5,727 12,436 11,993 3,087 3,342 5,234 13,435 12,488 12,761 4,004 13,268 8,212 7,195 9,876 10,622 1,306 4,117 10,845 11,079 3,700 13,320 5,828 11,400 4,200 10,679 13,495 11,525 12,723 3,807 1,946 8,100 10,213 9,240 9,630 7,100 9,621 10,678 11,792 13,152 10,084 11,429 11,254 12,167 5,111 4,621 18,683 5,882 7,386 2,283 7,500 --- 5,808 5,808 --- 5,808 5,813 --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---

Location Fairfax, Va UD Arena UD Arena Hoffman Estates, Ill. Atlantic City, NJ Oxford, Ohio UD Arena UD Arena UD Arena Pittsburgh, Pa. UD Arena Oxford, Ohio Philadelphia, Pa. UD Arena UD Arena Rosemont, Ill. Detroit, Mich. UD Arena UD Arena Bowl. Green, Ky. Columbus, Ohio Oxford, Ohio UD Arena Buffalo, N.Y. UD Arena UD Arena UD Arena UD Arena Indianapolis, Ind. Philadelphia, Pa. UD Arena UD Arena UD Arena UD Arena UD Arena UD Arena UD Arena UD Arena UD Arena UD Arena UD Arena UD Arena UD Arena Cincinnati, Ohio Chicago, Ill. New York, N.Y. UD Fieldhouse Evanston, Ill. Miami, Fla. Bowl. Green, Ky. Pittsburgh, Pa. UD Fieldhouse UD Fieldhouse Chicago, Ill. UD Fieldhouse UD Fieldhouse Pittsburgh, Pa. Richmond, Ky. Louisville, Ky. Xenia, Ohio Denver, Colo. -------------------------------------------

AP Ranks Date UD Op Opponent UD Op Jan 26, 2010 --- --- Rhode Island 64 65 Jan 23, 2010 --- --- Saint Joseph’s 59 60 Jan 7, 2007 --- --- Rhode Island 74 75 Nov 26, 2005 Creighton L 90 91 Jan 5, 2005 --- --- Duquesne 2ot 93 94 Feb 22, 2003 25 14 Xavier 72 73 Mar 16, 2000 --- --- Purdue NCAA 61 62 Feb 2, 2000 --- --- Xavier ot 64 65 Dec 12, 1998 --- --- Toledo 55 56 Feb 18, 1998 --- --- Virginia Tech 53 54 Feb 3, 1998 --- --- Cleveland State 78 79 Feb 8, 1997 --- --- St. Bonaventure 69 70 Jan 18, 1996 --- 11 Virginia Tech 62 63 Feb 15, 1992 --- --- Tennessee 67 68 Jan 11, 1988 --- --- Butler 61 62 Feb 13, 1985 --- --- Detroit 67 68 Jan 11, 1984 --- --- Loyola/Ill. ot 93 94 Jan 12, 1983 --- --- Cincinnati 49 50 Dec 13, 1980 --- 18 Michigan 84 85 Feb 6, 1980 --- --- Butler 61 62 Jan 29, 1980 --- --- Toledo 75 76 Jan 5, 1980 --- --- Cincinnati 68 69 Mar 3, 1979 --- --- Loyola/Ill. 68 69 Feb 21, 1979 --- --- Biscayne 70 71 Jan 16, 1979 --- 7 Louisville 76 77 Dec 17, 1976 --- --- Virginia Tech 75 76 Mar 9, 1976 --- 15 Cincinnati 84 85 Jan 18, 1975 --- --- Duquesne 81 82 Jan 11, 1975 --- --- Creighton 70 71 Jan 6, 1975 --- --- Houston 85 86 Jan 4, 1975 --- --- Pepperdine 79 80 Jan 17, 1973 --- 20 Louisville 73 74 Dec 23, 1972 --- --- Alabama 76 77 Mar 1, 1971 --- 19 Notre Dame 82 83 Jan 30, 1971 --- --- Miami/Ohio 59 60 Feb 6, 1969 19 6 Davidson 63 64 Jan 23, 1968 --- --- Louisville 72 73 Jan 17, 1968 --- --- Western Kentucky ot 74 75 Dec 23, 1967 --- --- Cincinnati 70 71 Dec 9, 1967 6 --- Eastern Kentucky 75 76 Feb 1, 1964 --- --- Xavier 81 82 Feb 7, 1962 --- --- Xavier 71 72 Mar 4, 1961 --- --- DePaul 83 84 Jan 26, 1957 --- 4 Louisville 56 57 Feb 29, 1956 3 --- Duquesne 86 87 Dec 12, 1951 --- --- Miami/Ohio 60 61 Jan 21, 1942 --- --- Miami/Ohio 32 33 1939-40 --- --- Ohio Wesleyan 28 29 Jan 8, 1938 --- --- Miami/Ohio 34 35 Jan 16, 1937 --- --- Miami/Ohio 29 30 1936-37 --- --- Wittenberg 31 32 1934-35 --- --- Ohio University 31 32 1931-32 --- --- Earlham 18 19 1930-31 --- --- Heidelberg 31 32 1929-30 --- --- Cedarville 24 25 1928-29 --- --- Xavier 25 26 1927-28 --- --- Detroit 24 25 1927-28 --- --- Bowling Green 30 31 1926-27 --- --- Ohio Northern 27 28 1926-27 --- --- Cedarville 26 27 1925-26 --- --- Dayton 17 18 1924-25 --- --- Cedarville 19 20 1924-25 --- --- Cincinnati Gym Club 20 21 1923-24 --- --- John Carroll 11 12 1922-23 --- --- Western Reserve 16 17 1922-23 --- --- Kenyon 30 31 1921-22 --- --- Bluffton 15 16 1920-21 --- --- Ohio Northern 20 21 1904-05 --- --- Corona Club 17 18

Att Location 12,501 UD Arena 4,200 Philadelphia, Pa. 3,791 Kingston, RI 14,880 Omaha, NE 12,275 UD Arena 13,409 UD Arena 13,363 Tucson, Arizona 10,100 Cincinnati, Ohio 11,764 UD Arena 3,819 Blacksburg, Va. 10,862 UD Arena 6,000 St. Bonaventure, NY 9,134 Blacksburg, Va. 15,112 Knoxville, Tenn. 10,722 UD Arena 2,608 Detroit, Mich. 2,611 Chicago, Ill. 5,293 Cincinnati, Ohio 11,296 UD Arena 6,790 Indianapolis, Ind. 8,110 Toledo, Ohio 12,148 UD Arena 1,192 Chicago, Ill. 1,513 Miami, Fla. 13,458 UD Arena 11,569 UD Arena 12,475 UD Arena 11,631 UD Arena 11,352 UD Arena 5,231 Houston, Texas 2,781 Malibu, Calif. 12,273 UD Arena 12,217 UD Arena 11,207 South Bend, Ind. 8,045 Oxford, Ohio 6,496 New York, N.Y. 11,081 Louisville, Ky. 9,122 Bowl. Green, Ky. 11,500 Lexington, Ky. 7,250 Richmond, Ky. 5,488 Cincinnati, Ohio 4,266 Cincinnati, Ohio --- Chicago, Ill. --- Louisville, Ky. --- Pittsburgh, Pa. --- Oxford, Ohio --- at Miami --- ----- at Dayton --- at Dayton --- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ---

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APRanks Date UD Op Opponent UD Op Att Location Jan 9, 2010 --- --- Duquesne W 78 72 13,435 UD Arena Feb 25, 2009 --- --- Rhode Island L 91 93 7,218 Kingston, R.I. Dec 27, 2008 --- --- Auburn W 60 59 3,087 Hoffman Estates, Illl Mar 12, 2008 --- --- Saint Louis W 63 62 3,342 Atlantic City, N.J. Feb 21, 2008 --- --- La Salle L 78 81 2,347 Philadelphia, Pa. Jan 12, 2008 17 --- Saint Louis W 68 57 11,108 Saint Louis, Mo. Feb 4, 2004 --- --- Richmond W 62 57 12,794 UD Arena Feb 27, 2002 --- --- Temple L 70 75 13,093 UD Arena Feb 2, 2000 --- --- Xavier L 64 65 10,100 Cincinnati, Ohio Mar 3, 1999 --- --- St. Bonaventure A10 W 70 69 7,195 Philadelphia, Pa. Jan 28, 1999 --- --- Massachusetts L 57 59 11,639 UD Arena Jan 21, 1999 --- --- Virginia Tech L 64 73 11,661 UD Arena Feb 11, 1998 --- --- Saint Joseph’s W 67 64 3,200 Philadelphia, Pa. Jan 25, 1997 --- --- Fordham W 69 66 10,539 UD Arena Dec 6, 1995 --- --- Eastern Kentucky L 65 71 2,250 Richmond, Ky. Feb 13, 1994 --- 17 St. Louis W 82 77 10,432 UD Arena Jan 23, 1993 --- --- Butler L 66 70 11,344 UD Arena Nov 25, 1992 --- --- Illinois L 78 86 4,393 Anchorage, Alas. Feb 26, 1991 --- --- Notre Dame L 87 92 9,723 South Bend, Ind. Feb 14, 1991 --- --- St. Louis L 80 88 7,617 St. Louis, Mo. Jan 10, 1991 --- --- Loyola/Ill. W 97 92 1,290 Rosemont, Ill. Feb 15, 1990 --- --- St. Louis W 84 81 11,401 UD Arena Mar 10, 1989 --- --- Evansville MCC L 79 84 11,238 UD Arena Feb 24, 1988 --- --- Western Kentucky W 82 81 3,700 Bowl. Green, Ky. Feb 8, 1988 --- --- Miami/Ohio L 75 79 11,420 UD Arena Feb 6, 1988 --- --- Detroit L 79 83 3,864 Detroit, Mich. Feb 3, 1988 --- --- Chicago State W 72 65 10,806 UD Arena Jan 30, 1988 --- --- Cincinnati L 74 76 7,964 Cincinnati, Ohio Dec 30, 1986 --- --- Creighton W 83 81 11,198 UD Arena Dec 20, 1986 --- --- Saint Joseph’s L 75 78 10,586 UD Arena Feb 15, 1986 --- --- Canisius W 69 68 4,200 Buffalo, N.Y. Jan 13, 1986 --- --- Bradley L 77 79 11,371 UD Arena Dec 28, 1985 --- --- California W 59 53 12,080 UD Arena Nov 22, 1985 --- --- Tulsa PreNIT L 60 63 10,416 Cincinnati, Ohio Feb 15, 1984 --- --- Butler W 77 76 3,807 Indianapolis, Ind. Feb 2, 1984 --- --- Detroit W 82 74 9,711 UD Arena Jan 21, 1984 --- --- Marquette L 64 66 11,052 Milwaukee, Wis. Jan 14, 1984 --- --- Missouri L 51 56 12,044 UD Arena Jan 11, 1984 --- --- Loyola/Ill. L 93 94 2,611 Chicago, Ill. Feb 16, 1983 --- --- Detroit W 58 54 4,399 Detroit, Mich. Mar 10, 1982 --- --- Connecticut NIT W 76 75 8,100 UD Arena Dec 19, 1981 --- --- Old Dominion W 78 77 9,240 UD Arena Dec 12, 1981 --- --- Xavier W 62 61 9,630 UD Arena Feb 14, 1981 --- --- Biscayne L 75 79 2,050 Miami, Fla. Jan 17, 1981 --- --- Loyola/Ill. L 81 87 3,238 Chicago, Ill. Dec 1, 1980 --- --- San Francisco W 84 83 9,621 UD Arena Jan 20, 1979 --- --- DePaul W 68 64 12,921 UD Arena Feb 3, 1975 --- --- Western Kentucky W 86 84 10,148 UD Arena Feb 11, 1974 --- --- South Florida W 79 77 1,098 Lakeland, Fla. Jan 19, 1974 --- --- Detroit L 72 79 4,890 Detroit, Mich. Feb 8, 1969 19 --- Loyola/Ill. W 70 69 4,621 Chicago, Ill. Mar 21, 1968 --- --- Notre Dame NIT W 76 74 19,500 New York, N.Y. Jan 17, 1968 --- --- Western Kentucky L 74 75 9,122 Bowl. Green, Ky. Mar 18, 1967 --- --- Virginia Tech NCAA W 71 66 7,419 Evanston, Ill. Mar 11, 1967 --- 6 W. Kentucky NCAA W 69 67 11,500 Lexington, Ky. Jan 9, 1965 --- --- Detroit L 74 76 --- Detroit, Mich. Dec 12, 1964 --- --- Idaho State W 71 53 5,808 UD Fieldhouse Mar 4, 1964 --- --- Saint Joseph’s W 78 74 5,808 UD Fieldhouse Feb 23, 1963 --- --- Louisville L 55 61 --- Louisville, Ky. Jan 12, 1963 --- --- Louisville W 70 65 5,808 UD Fieldhouse Jan 9, 1963 --- --- St. Francis/Pa. W 69 65 5,808 UD Fieldhouse Jan 16, 1960 --- --- Memphis W 58 52 5,808 UD Fieldhouse Jan 13, 1960 --- --- Duquesne W 75 60 5,808 UD Fieldhouse Mar 22, 1958 11 --- Xavier NIT L 74 78 12,020 New York, N.Y. Dec 30, 1957 --- 15 Seattle W 81 75 11,851 New York, N.Y. Dec 28, 1957 --- --- California L 55 60 11,023 New York, N.Y. Dec 29, 1956 --- 8 Louisville L 53 61 --- Louisville, Ky. Jan 28, 1956 2 9 Louisville L 64 66 5,808 UD Fieldhouse Mar 17, 1955 9 --- St. Francis/Pa NIT W 79 73 16,485 New York, N.Y. Jan 21, 1955 18 --- Louisville W 69 67 --- Louisville, Ky. Dec 15, 1954 5 12 Louisville W 71 67 5,808 UD Fieldhouse Mar 3, 1953 --- 17 Eastern Kentucky W 73 68 --- Richmond, Ky. an 23, 1953 --- --- Loyola/Ill. L 69 75 --- Chicago, Ill. Dec 14, 1952 --- 1 La Salle L 64 73 5,962 UD Fieldhouse Dec 15, 1951 --- --- C. Missouri State W 61 57 5,808 UD Fieldhouse Dec 5, 1951 --- 17 Louisville L 76 79 5,808 UD Fieldhouse Mar 15, 1951 13 9 St. John’s W 69 62 16,815 New York, N.Y. Dec 22, 1948 --- --- Morris Harvey W 78 71 --- Charleston, W.Va. 1933-34 --- --- Toledo W 31 28 --- --1929-30 --- --- Cincinnati L 35 38 --- --1929-30 --- --- Wittenberg L 20 24 --- --1925-26 --- --- Wilmington W 27 26 --- --1925-26 --- --- Huntington W 35 29 --- ---

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TWO OVERTIMES

AP Ranks

Date UD Op Opponent UD Op Feb 13, 2010 --- --- Saint Louis L 65 68 Jan 2, 2008 20 --- Akron W 83 81 Mar 3, 2007 --- --- Saint Louis W 65 Arena Nov 26, 2005 --- --- Creighton L 90 91 Jan 5, 2005 --- --- Duquesne L 93 94 Mar 18, 2004 --- --- DePaul NCAA L 69 76 Nov 22, 1997 --- --- Miami/Ohio L 86 93 Dec 30, 1993 --- --- Miami/Ohio L 93 99 Dec 9, 1991 --- --- Fordham W 92 82 Dec 23, 1988 --- --- Northern Iowa L 70 72 Mar 9, 1985 --- --- Notre Dame L 73 80 Mar 10, 1981 --- --- Fordham NIT W 66 65 Jan 9, 1980 --- --- Howard L 56 58 Dec 10, 1963 --- --- Miami/Ohio W 87 81 Jan 27, 1962 --- --- DePaul W 90 88 Feb 6, 1957 --- --- Miami/Ohio W 68 67 Jan 24, 1953 --- --- Duquesne W 68 66 Jan 5, 1953 --- --- Duquesne W 72 70 Dec 18, 1948 --- --- St. Bonaventure L 49 51

Att 9,453 12,434 64 14,880 12,275 18,698 11,824 12,030 11,843 2,213 13,511 7,100 10,073 --- --- 5,813 5,808 --- ---

Location Saint Louis, MO UD Arena 13,435

UD

Omaha, NE UD Arena Buffalo, NY UD Arena UD Arena UD Arena Cedar Falls, Iowa UD Arena UD Arena UD Arena Oxford, Ohio Chicago, Ill. UD Fieldhouse UD Fieldhouse Pittsburgh, Pa. St. Bonaventure, NY

THREE OVERTIMES

Date Feb 20, 1981 Mar 14, 1974 Dec 30, 1959 Jan 13, 1954

AP Ranks UD Op --- --- 20 2 --- 18 17 5

Opponent UD Op Duquesne W 109 100 UCLA NCAA L 100 111 Duke W 71 63 Western Kentucky L 75 79

Att 10,655 13,314 --- 5,808

Location UD Arena Tucson, Ariz. Raleigh, N.C. UD Fieldhouse

Att 9,669

Location UD Arena

FIVE OVERTIMES

AP Ranks Date UD Op Opponent UD Op Jan 28, 1982 --- --- Providence W 79 77

MOST DAYTON POINTS AFTER REGULATION Final Date Opponent UD Op Feb 20, 1981 Duquesne 109 100 Jan 28, 1982 Providence 79 77 Dec 9, 1991 Fordham 92 82 Dec 10, 1963 Miami/Ohio 87 81 Jan 13, 1954 Western Kentucky 75 79 Mar 14, 1974 UCLA 100 111 Jan 2, 2008 Akron 83 81 Nov 26, 2005 Creighton 90 91 Jan 5, 2005 Duquesne 93 94 Dec 30, 1959 Duke 71 63 Nov 22, 1997 Miami/Ohio 86 93 Jan 13, 1960 Duquesne 75 60 Jan 9, 2010 Duquesne 78 72 Mar 18, 2004 DePaul NCAA 69 76

Reg 77 54 68 65 54 80 63 71 74 54 70 60 63 55

OTs 3 5 2 2 3 3 2 2 2 3 2 1 1 2

MOST OPPONENT POINTS AFTER REGULATION

Final Date Opponent UD Opp Mar 14, 1974 UCLA 100 111 Jan 13, 1954 Western Kentucky 75 79 Nov 22, 1997 Miami/Ohio 86 93 Feb 20, 1981 Duquesne 109 100 Jan 28, 1982 Providence 79 77 Dec 30, 1993 Miami/Ohio 93 99 Mar 9, 1985 Notre Dame 73 80 Mar 18, 2004 DePaul NCAA 69 76 Nov 26, 2005 Creighton 90 91 Jan 5, 2005 Duquesne 93 94 Jan 2, 2008 Akron 83 81 Jan 19, 1974 Detroit 72 79 Dec 14, 1952 La Salle 64 73

Op 80 54 70 77 54 77 59 55 71 74 63 62 56

Reg 3 3 2 3 5 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 1

Pts in OTs UD Opp 32 23 25 23 24 14 22 16 21 25 20 31 20 18 19 20 18 19 17 9 16 23 15 0 15 9 14 21

Pts in OTs OTs UD 20 21 16 32 25 16 14 14 19 18 20 10 8

31 25 23 23 23 22 21 21 20 19 18 17 17


UD IN THE AP TOP 25 SORTED IN CHRONOLOGICAL ORDER Date Feb 7, 1951 Feb 10, 1951 Feb 11, 1951 Feb 14, 1951 Feb 17, 1951 Feb 21, 1951 Feb 23, 1951 Feb 24, 1951 Mar 3, 1951 Mar 10, 1951 Mar 13, 1951 Mar 15, 1951 Mar 17, 1951 Jan 9, 1952 Jan 12, 1952 Jan 16, 1952 Jan 18, 1952 Jan 24, 1952 Jan 27, 1952 Feb 2, 1952 Feb 6, 1952 Feb 9, 1952 Feb 12, 1952 Feb 14, 1952 Feb 16, 1952 Feb 20, 1952 Feb 24, 1952 Mar 1, 1952 Mar 8, 1952 Mar 11, 1952 Mar 13, 1952 Mar 15, 1952 Mar 21, 1952 Mar 22, 1952 Dec 9, 1953 Dec 12, 1953 Dec 23, 1953 Dec 26, 1953 Jan 9, 1954 Jan 11, 1954 Jan 13, 1954 Jan 16, 1954 Jan 30, 1954 Feb 17, 1954 Feb 21, 1954 Feb 23, 1954 Feb 25, 1954 Feb 27, 1954 Mar 6, 1954 Mar 9, 1954 Dec 7, 1954 Dec 11, 1954 Dec 15, 1954 Dec 18, 1954 Dec 21, 1954 Dec 27, 1954 Dec 29, 1954 Dec 31, 1954 Jan 5, 1955 Jan 8, 1955 Jan 10, 1955 Jan 12, 1955 Jan 19, 1955 Jan 21, 1955 Jan 30, 1955 Feb 1, 1955

AP Ranks UD Op Opponent UD 18 -- Loyola/Md. W 74 18 — Chattanooga W 69 18 — Xavier W 63 17 — Baldwin-Wallace W 69 17 14 Louisville W 70 14 — Miami/Ohio W 62 14 — John Carroll W 73 14 — Baldwin-Wallace W 63 14 — Xavier W 77 13 — Lawrence NIT W 77 13 12 Arizona NIT W 74 13 9 St. John’s NIT W 69 13 11 Brigham Young NIT L 43 20 — Ohio University W 101 20 — John Carroll W 89 19 — Eastern Kentucky W 90 19 — Loyola/Ill. W 91 16 — Georgetown W 80 16 — Xavier W 67 14 — Toledo W 61 11 13 Louisville W 72 11 — Toledo W 55 11 — Bowling Green W 70 11 — Eastern Kentucky W 60 11 — Baldwin-Wallace W 97 11 — Miami/Ohio W 65 11 — Xavier W 82 11 — Baldwin-Wallace W 75 11 — New York U. NIT W 81 11 5 Saint Louis NIT W 68 11 15 St. Bonaventure NIT W 69 11 — La Salle NIT L 64 11 2 Illinois NCAA L 61 11 — Princeton NCAA W 77 15 — Miami/Ohio L 70 15 — Ohio Wesleyan W 98 16 — Toledo W 75 16 — Arizona State W 93 14 — Iona W 68 14 — Seton Hall W 67 17 5 Western Kentucky 3ot L 75 17 — La Salle L 58 18 — Villanova W 75 17 — Cincinnati W 91 17 — Xavier W 81 16 — Toledo W 67 16 — Bowling Green L 73 16 1 Duquesne W 64 14 — Manhattan NIT W 90 15 — Niagara NIT L 74 7 — Miami/Ohio W 87 7 — Bowling Green W 109 5 1 Louisville ot W 71 5 — Pacific W 73 6 — Oregon W 71 6 — St. John’s ECAC W 70 4 8 Duquesne ECAC L 75 4 15 UCLA ECAC L 92 10 — Canisius W 68 10 17 Villanova W 59 10 2 Duquesne W 68 12 — Cincinnati L 78 18 — Western Kentucky W 91 18 — Louisville ot W 69 15 — Xavier W 91 15 — Western Kentucky W 73

Op Att 54 5,808 44 5,808 57 4,800 55 5,808 66 — 53 5,808 42 — 53 — 53 5,808 71 9,251 68 9,630 62 16,815 62 18,379 71 5,808 62 5,808 73 5,808 71 — 74 5,808 60 5,808 44 5,808 71 — 53 — 68 — 59 — 64 5,808 56 5,808 80 12,020 66 — 66 18,442 58 14,112 62 17,131 75 18,485 80 14,147 61 — 72 — 71 5,808 64 5,808 65 5,808 64 5,278 65 —- 79 5,808 82 5,956 65 5,808 66 5,808 63 7,746 63 —- 107 —- 54 5,808 79 16,259 77 10,257 67 — 39 5,808 67 5,808 66 5,808 55 5,808 56 12,105 90 16,015 104 12,135 54 5,808 52 — 67 — 85 5,808 73 5,808 67 — 80 10,541 67 —

Location UD Fieldhouse UD Fieldhouse Schmidt Fieldhouse UD Fieldhouse The Armory UD Fieldhouse Cleveland Fieldhouse Baldwin-Wallace Gym UD Fieldhouse Madison Square Garden Madison Square Garden Madison Square Garden Madison Square Garden UD Fieldhouse UD Fieldhouse UD Fieldhouse Chicago Stadium UD Fieldhouse UD Fieldhouse UD Fieldhouse The Armory Toledo Fieldhouse University Gym Weaver Health Building UD Fieldhouse UD Fieldhouse Cincinnati Gardens Baldwin-Wallace Gym Madison Square Garden Madison Square Garden Madison Square Garden Madison Square Garden Chicago Stadium, IL Chicago Stadium, IL Winthrow Court UD Fieldhouse UD Fieldhouse UD Fieldhouse Madison Square Garden Seton Hall Gym UD Fieldhouse Philadelphia Civic Cen. UD Fieldhouse UD Fieldhouse Cincinnati Gardens Toledo Fieldhouse University Gym UD Fieldhouse Madison Square Garden Madison Square Garden Withrow Court UD Fieldhouse UD Fieldhouse UD Fieldhouse UD Fieldhouse Madison Square Garden Madison Square Garden Madison Square Garden UD Fieldhouse Palestra Campus Gym UD Fieldhouse UD Fieldhouse The Armory Cincinnati Gardens Western Fieldhouse

AP Ranks Date UD Op Opponent UD Op Att Feb 3, 1955 15 — Murray State W 49 45 — Feb 9, 1955 16 — Miami/Ohio W 78 62 5,808 Feb 13, 1955 16 — Loyola/La. W 94 79 5,808 Feb 18, 1955 13 12 Cincinnati W 80 69 6,433 Feb 20, 1955 13 — Xavier W 71 60 5,808 Feb 23, 1955 11 — Toledo W 98 63 5,808 Feb 26, 1955 11 4 Duquesne W 67 58 5,808 Mar 3, 1955 10 — Seton Hall W 85 67 5,808 Mar 15, 1955 9 20 Saint Louis NIT W 97 81 9,850 Mar 17, 1955 9 — St. Francis/Pa. ot NIT W 79 73 16,485 Mar 18, 1955 9 6 Duquesne NIT L 58 70 18,496 Dec 7, 1955 7 — Miami/Ohio W 73 50 5,942 Dec 10, 1955 7 — Toledo W 62 59 — Dec 14, 1955 7 — Idaho W 93 56 5,808 Dec 16, 1955 7 14 Cincinnati W 66 57 7,126 Dec 20, 1955 4 3 Utah UKIT W 77 73 — Dec 21, 1955 4 9 Kentucky UKIT W 89 74 — Dec 28, 1955 2 — Washington & Lee W 86 54 5,808 Jan 5, 1956 3 — Duquesne W 68 52 5,808 Jan 7, 1956 3 — Iona W 83 64 5,012 Jan 14, 1956 2 — Canisius W 82 73 — Jan 18, 1956 2 — Villanova W 71 50 5,808 Jan 21, 1956 2 — Xavier W 81 73 5,808 Jan 28, 1956 2 9 Louisville ot L 64 66 5,808 Feb 1, 1956 2 — Loyola/Ill. W 75 37 5,808 Feb 4, 1956 2 — Loyola/La. W 82 62 — Feb 7, 1956 2 — Miami/Ohio W 86 73 — Feb 11, 1956 2 — St. Francis/Pa. W 76 41 5,808 Feb 15, 1956 2 19 Memphis W 85 71 5,808 Feb 17, 1956 2 4 Louisville L 56 59 — Feb 19, 1956 2 — Xavier W 85 75 14,284 Feb 22, 1956 4 — Seattle W 80 48 5,808 Feb 25, 1956 4 — Eastern Kentucky W 90 76 5,808 Feb 29, 1956 3 — Duquesne L 86 87 — Mar 3, 1956 3 — Cincinnati W 71 58 5,808 Mar 20, 1956 3 — Xavier NIT W 72 68 11,231 Mar 22, 1956 3 — St. Francis/N.Y. NIT W 89 58 16,125 Mar 24, 1956 3 6 Louisville NIT L 80 93 15,763 Dec 12, 1956 15 — Miami/Ohio W 67 65 — Dec 15, 1956 15 — Cincinnati L 53 65 5,808 Jan 25, 1958 17 — Louisville W 57 49 — Jan 29, 1958 16 — Xavier W 74 59 5,808 Feb 1, 1958 16 — Eastern Kentucky W 75 48 5,808 Feb 5, 1958 14 — Miami/Ohio W 64 62 — Feb 8, 1958 14 — Duquesne W 68 65 — Feb 12, 1958 14 — DePaul W 62 53 5,808 Feb 16, 1958 14 — Xavier W 64 58 5,291 Feb 26, 1958 10 — Louisville W 58 52 5,808 Feb 27, 1958 10 — Loyola/La. W 103 69 5,808 Mar 1, 1958 10 — Toledo W 59 48 — Mar 4, 1958 8 3 Cincinnati L 66 70 15,011 Mar 18, 1958 11 — Fordham NIT W 74 70 12,160 Mar 20, 1958 11 — St. John’s NIT W 80 56 15,834 Mar 22, 1958 11 — Xavier ot NIT L 74 78 12,020 Dec 26, 1958 20 — Niagara ECAC W 84 79 12,135 Dec 27, 1958 20 — St. John’s ECAC L 63 76 9,765 Dec 29, 1958 20 — Utah ECAC L 70 79 13,746 Jan 23, 1960 19 — Louisville W 62 53 5,808 Jan 27, 1960 19 17 Virginia Tech W 77 59 5,808 Jan 30, 1960 19 20 Wake Forest W 62 45 5,808 Feb 3, 1960 13 — Miami/Ohio W 72 60 5,808 Feb 10, 1960 15 — Duquesne L 66 79 — Dec 14, 1960 20 — Miami/Ohio W 84 69 5,808 Dec 17, 1960 20 — Drake L 62 73 — Dec 2, 1967 6 — Northern Michigan W 78 61 5,882 Dec 5, 1967 6 — Miami/Ohio L 61 64 5,882 Dec 9, 1967 6 — Eastern Kentucky L 75 76 7,250

Location New Gym UD Fieldhouse UD Fieldhouse Cincinnati Gardens UD Fieldhouse UD Fieldhouse UD Fieldhouse UD Fieldhouse Madison Square Garden Madison Square Garden Madison Square Garden UD Fieldhouse Toledo Fieldhouse UD Fieldhouse Armory Fieldhouse Memorial Coliseum. Memorial Coliseum UD Fieldhouse UD Fieldhouse Madison Square Garden Memorial Auditorium UD Fieldhouse UD Fieldhouse UD Fieldhouse UD Fieldhouse Loyola Fieldhouse Withrow Court UD Fieldhouse UD Fieldhouse The Armory Cincinnati Gardens UD Fieldhouse UD Fieldhouse Campus Gym UD Fieldhouse Madison Square Garden Madison Square Garden Madison Square Garden Withrow Court UD Fieldhouse Freedom Hall UD Fieldhouse UD Fieldhouse Withrow Court Pitt Field House UD Fieldhouse Cincinnati Gardens UD Fieldhouse UD Fieldhouse Toledo Fieldhouse Cincinnati Gardens Madison Square Garden Madison Square Garden Madison Square Garden Madison Square Garden Madison Square Garden Madison Square Garden UD Fieldhouse UD Fieldhouse UD Fieldhouse UD Fieldhouse Campus Gym UD Fieldhouse Drake Fieldhouse UD Fieldhouse UD Fieldhouse Alumni Coliseum

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UD IN THE AP TOP 25 AP Ranks

Date

UD Op

Opponent

UD Op

Att

Location

67 54

5,882

UD Fieldhouse

W

72 64

5,882

UD Fieldhouse

W

100 70

5,882

UD Fieldhouse

L

63 64

6,496

Madison Sq. Garden

Jan 25, 1969 20 — Miami/Ohio

W

Jan 27, 1969 20 — Xavier Feb 1, 1969 20 — Niagara Feb 6, 1969 19 6 Davidson Feb 8, 1969 19 — Loyola/Ill.

ot

W

70 69

4,621

Chicago Stadium

Feb 13, 1969 17 — Rice

W

58 55

2,000

Autry Gymnasium

Feb 15, 1969 17 — Florida State

L

71 79

5,000

Tully Gym

Mar 14, 1974 20 2 UCLA

3ot NCAA

L

100 111

13,314

McKale Center.

Mar 16, 1974 20 17 New Mexico

NCAA

L

61 66

13,658

McKale Center.

Nov 29, 2000 24 22 Cincinnati

L

75 82

13,553

UD Arena

Dec 2, 2000 24 — Marshall

L

65 67

12,026

UD Arena

Feb 18, 2003 25 — Richmond

W

70 63

4,129

Robbins Center

Feb 22, 2003 25 14 Xavier

L

72 73

13,409

UD Arena

Feb 26, 2003 25 — Rhode Island

W

82 70

5,903

Ryan Center

Mar 1, 2003 25 — Fordham

W

69 65

13,409

UD Arena

Mar 8, 2003 21 — St. Bonaventure

DNP - Atlantic 10 Win by forfeit

Mar 13, 2003 22 — Rhode Island

A10

W

74 57

10,897

UD Arena

Mar 14, 2003 22 25 Saint Joseph’s

A10

W

76 73

11,648

UD Arena

Mar 15, 2003 22 — Temple

A10

W

79 72

11,537

UD Arena

NCAA

L

71 84

11,171

Spokane Arena

Dec 9, 2003 25 — Louisiana-Lafayette

W

66 59

12,055

UD Arena

Dec 13, 2003 24 — IUPUI

W

61 59

12,277

UD Arena

Dec 20, 2003 24 — Prairie View

W

78 65

12,136

UD Arena

Dec 23, 2003 23 14 Cincinnati

L

53 82

13,176

Shoemaker Center UD Arena

Mar 20, 2003 16 — Tulsa

Jan 2, 2008 20 — Akron

2ot

W

83 81

12,434

Jan 9, 2008 17 22 Rhode Island

W

92 83

13,435

UD Arena

Jan 12, 2008 17 — Saint Louis

W

68 57

11,108

Scottrade Center

Jan 16, 2008 14 — Massachusetts

L

71 82

13,435

UD Arena

Jan 24, 2008 16 23 Xavier

L

43 69

10,250

Cintas Center

Jan 26, 2008 16 — Richmond

L

63 80

7,125

Robbins Center

Feb 21, 2009 25 --- Saint Louis

L

49 57

10,603

Chaifetz Arena

Nov 14, 2009 21 — Creighton

W

90 80

13,435

Nov 19, 2009 18 21 Georgia Tech

W

63 59

5,073

Coliseo de Puerto Rico

Nov 20, 2009 18 5 Villanova

L

65 71

5,762

Coliseo de Puerto Rico

Nov 22, 2009 18 — Kansas State

L

75 83

8,357

ot

Coliseo de Puerto Rico

The AP poll expanded to 25 in 1989

UD RECORDS AS AN AP RANKED TEAM

DAYTON AS A RANKED TEAM AP Rank

W

L

Last Date

Last Win

Number 1

0

0

never

Number 2

9

2

Feb 25, 1956

Feb 19, 1956, at Xavier

Number 3

5

2

Mar 24, 1956

Mar 22, 1956, vs St Francis/NY NIT

Number 4

4

2

Feb 25, 1956

Feb 25, 1956, E. Kentucky

Number 5

2

0

Dec 18, 1954

Number 6

3

2

Dec 9, 1967

Dec 2, 1967, N. Michigan

Number 7

6

0

Dec 16, 1955

Dec 16, 1955, at Cincinnati

Number 8

0

1

Mar 4, 1958

Number 9

2

1

Mar 18, 1955

Number 10

7

0

Mar 1, 1958

Number 11

16

3

Mar 22, 1958

Mar 20, 1958, vs St. John’s NIT

Number 12

0

1

Jan 12, 1955

none

Number 13

6

1

Feb 10, 1960

Feb 3, 1960, Miami/Ohio

Number 14

12

1

Jan 16, 2008

Feb 16, 1958, at Xavier

Number 15

5

4

Feb 15, 1960

Dec 12, 1956, at Miami/Ohio

Number 16

10

4

Jan 26, 2008

Feb 1, 1958, Eastern Kentucky

Number 17

9

3

Jan 12, 2008

Jan 12, 2008, at Saint Louis

Number 18

7

2

Nov 22, 2009

Nov 19, 2009, vs Georgia Tech

Number 19

6

1

Feb 8, 1969

Feb 8, 1969, at Loyola/Chi

Number 20

8

5

Jan 2, 2008

Jan 2, 2008, Akron

Number 21

1

0

Nov 14, 2009

Nov 14, 2009, Creighton

Number 22

3

0

Mar 17, 2003

Mar 15, 2003, Temple

Number 23

0

1

Dec 28, 2003

none

Number 24

2

2

Dec 22, 2003

Dec 20, 2003, Prairie View

Number 25

4

2

Feb 21, 2009

Dec 9, 2003, Louisiana-Lafayette

Total

W L 126 40

Pct. .759

Home Road Neutral UD Fieldhouse UD Arena

67 9 40 14 19 16 57 5 10 4

.882 .741 .543 .919 .714

In the NIT In the NCAA In all post-season

11 1 12

5 4 9

.688 .200 .571

Regular Season Atlantic 10 Tournament Versus ranked teams Versus ranked teams, NCAA Versus ranked teams, NIT Versus ranked teams, all post-season

114 3

30 0

.792 1.000

20 0 5 5

16 3 3 6

.556 .000 .625 .455

Versus unranked teams Versus unranked teams, NCAA Versus unranked teams, NIT

106 1 6

23 1 2

.823 .500 .750

As higher ranked team As higher ranked team, NCAA As higher ranked team, NIT

115 1 10

27 1 4

.810 .500 .714

none

Dec 18, 1954, Pacific

none Mar 17, 1955, vs St. Francis/PA NIT Mar 1, 1958, at Toledo

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UD VERSUS THE AP TOP 25 Date Dec 14, 1952 Mar 1, 1953 Feb 27, 1954 Jan 2, 1960 Dec 20, 1962 Mar 12, 1965 Mar 11, 1966 Mar 25, 1967 Jan 2, 1971 Feb 3, 1979 Feb 9, 1980 Jan 6, 1996 Nov 21, 2000 Mar 21, 1952 Jan 15, 1953 Jan 4, 1954 Jan 10, 1955 Jan 18, 1967 Mar 4, 1974 Mar 14, 1974 Mar 4, 1981 Mar 25, 1984 Dec 31,2006 Dec 20, 1955 Mar 4, 1958 Jan 16, 1962 Dec 31, 1962 Jan 22, 1964 Dec 17, 1966 Mar 6, 1975 Jan 12, 1977 Feb 18, 1984 Nov 29, 1991 Dec 29, 2002 Feb 11, 2004 Feb 26, 1955 Feb 17, 1956 Dec 22, 1956 Jan 26, 1957 Mar 15, 1960 Feb 16, 1966 Mar 24, 1967 Dec 27, 1998 Mar 11, 1952 Jan 13, 1954 Dec 21, 1956 Feb 4, 1959 Jan 21, 1961 Jan 29, 1966 Dec 13, 1967 Jan 12, 1972 Jan 9, 1982 Feb 22, 1984 Feb 7, 1987 Nov 20, 2009 Mar 18, 1955 Mar 24, 1956 Mar 11, 1967 Feb 6, 1969 Dec 5, 1974 Feb 25, 1976 Dec 9, 1978 Feb 28, 1981 Nov 22, 2000 Dec 29, 2007 Dec 29, 1951 Feb 23, 1957 Dec 22, 1967 Mar 4, 1978 Jan 16, 1979 Mar 17, 1984 Jan 26, 1985 Jan 3, 1987 Mar 18, 1990 Dec 23, 2006

AP Rank UD Op Opponent UD Op Att —- 1 La Salle ot L 64 73 5,962 —- 1 Seton Hall W 71 65 6,054 16 1 Duquesne W 64 54 5,808 —- 1 Cincinnati L 63 70 11,196 —- 1 Cincinnati L 37 44 8,078 —- 1 Michigan NCAA L 71 98 11,600 —- 1 Kentucky NCAA L 79 86 11,500 —- 1 UCLA NCAA L 64 79 18,892 —- 1 UCLA L 82 106 12,543 —- 1 Notre Dame L 71 86 11,345 —- 1 DePaul L 63 65 5,498 —- 1 Massachusetts L 58 78 9,493 —- 1 Arizona L 59 76 2,500 11 2 Illinois NCAA L 61 80 14,147 —- 2 Seton Hall L 74 82 —- —- 2 Duquesne L 52 70 —- 10 2 Duquesne W 68 67 —- —- 2 Louisville L 50 66 5,882 —- 2 Notre Dame W 97 82 13,528 20 2 UCLA 3ot L 100 111 13,314 —- 2 DePaul L 64 84 13,455 —- 2 Georgetown NCAA L 49 61 12,564 ---- 2 North Carolina L 51 81 19,967 4 3 Utah W 77 73 —- 8 3 Cincinnati L 66 70 15,011 —- 3 Cincinnati L 61 80 11,942 —- 3 Loyola/Ill. L 69 74 10,346 —- 3 Loyola/Ill. L 56 70 5,808 —- 3 Louisville L 81 96 14,602 —- 3 Louisville L 67 83 14,109 —- 3 Cincinnati L 61 84 17,009 —- 3 DePaul W 72 71 12,723 —- 3 Arizona L 68 84 1,500 —- 3 Duke L 74 85 9,314 —- 3 Saint Joseph’s L 67 81 3,200 11 4 Duquesne W 67 58 5,808 2 4 Louisville L 56 59 —- —- 4 Southern Methodist L 59 67 —- —- 4 Louisville L 56 57 —- —- 4 Bradley NIT L 64 78 16,345 —- 4 Loyola/Ill. L 72 77 5,808 —- 4 North Carolina NCAA W 76 62 18,889 —- 4 Cincinnati L 51 53 15,440 11 5 St. Louis NIT W 68 58 14,112 17 5 W. Kentucky 3ot L 75 79 5,808 —- 5 Illinois L 65 82 —- —- 5 Cincinnati L 74 96 9,763 —- 5 Louisville L 50 63 —- —- 5 St. Joseph’s/Pa. W 79 76 7,615 —- 5 Louisville W 63 47 5,882 —- 5 Louisville L 64 71 12,782 —- 5 DePaul L 69 71 12,320 —- 5 DePaul L 59 79 13,027 —- 5 DePaul L 65 88 14,280 18 5 Villanova L 65 71 5,762 9 6 Duquesne NIT L 58 70 18,496 3 6 Louisville NIT L 80 93 15,763 —- 6 W.Kentucky ot NCAA W 69 67 11,500 19 6 Davidson L 63 64 6,496 —- 6 Louisville L 74 76 12,641 —- 6 Notre Dame L 79 85 13,149 —- 6 Michigan L 61 66 12,518 —- 6 Notre Dame L 57 70 11,345 —- 6 Maryland W 77 71 2,500 —- 6 Pittsburgh W 80 55 13,435 —- 7 St. John’s L 60 62 12,653 —- 7 Louisville W 50 48 5,808 —- 7 Kentucky L 85 88 11,500 —- 7 Notre Dame W 66 59 13,458 —- 7 Louisville L 76 77 13,458 —- 7 Oklahoma NCAA W 89 85 8,100 —- 7 DePaul W 65 64 13,495 —- 7 DePaul L 64 80 12,452 —- 7 Arkansas NCAA L 84 86 15,884 ---- 7 Pittsburgh L 54 84 12,508

Location UD Fieldhouse UD Fieldhouse UD Fieldhouse Cincinnati, Ohio Cincinnati, Ohio Lexington, Ky. Iowa City, Iowa Louisville, Ky. Los Angeles, Calif. South Bend, Ind. Chicago, Ill. Amherst, Mass. Maui, Hawaii Chicago, Ill. So. Orange, N.J. Pittsburgh, Pa. Pittsburgh, Pa. UD Fieldhouse UD Arena Tucson, Ariz. UD Arena Los Angeles, Calif. Chapel Hill, N.C. Lexington, Ky. Cincinnati, Ohio Cincinnati, Ohio Chicago, Ill. UD Fieldhouse Louisville, Ky. Louisville, Ky. Cincinnati, Ohio UD Arena Honolulu, Hawai’i Raleigh, NC Philadelphia, Pa. UD Fieldhouse Louisville, Ky. Lexington, Ky. Louisville, Ky. New York, N.Y. UD Fieldhouse Louisville, Ky. Cleveland, Ohio New York, N.Y. UD Fieldhouse Lexington, Ky. Cincinnati, Ohio Louisville, Ky. Philadelphia, Pa. UD Fieldhouse UD Arena Rosemont, Ill. Rosemont, Ill. Rosemont, Ill. San Juan, P.R. New York, N.Y. New York, N.Y. Lexington, Ky. New York, N.Y. UD Arena UD Arena UD Arena South Bend, Ind. Maui, Hawai’i UD Arena New York, N.Y. UD Fieldhouse Lexington, Ky. UD Arena UD Arena Salt Lake City UD Arena UD Arena Austin, Texas Pittsburgh, Pa.

Erv Giddings had the game of his life against No. 7 Notre Dame in 1978. “Elevator Erv” had 23 points and 11 rebounds to lead the Flyers to a 66-59 win at UD Arena. He called the win “monumentus.”

AP Rank Date UD Op Opponent UD Op Att Location Feb 4, 1953 —- 8 Western Kentucky L 77 88 —- Bowl. Green, Ky. Dec 29, 1954 4 8 Duquesne L 75 90 16,015 New York, N.Y. Dec 29, 1956 —- 8 Louisville ot L 53 61 —- Louisville, Ky. Jan 10, 1962 —- 8 Duquesne L 59 79 —- Pittsburgh, Pa. Mar 7, 1964 —- 8 DePaul L 73 79 5,808 UD Fieldhouse Mar 17, 1967 —- 8 Tennessee NCAA W 53 52 7,386 Evanston, Ill. Feb 8, 2006 8 George Washington L 67 81 5,000 Washington, DC Mar 15, 1951 13 9 St. John’s ot NIT W 69 62 16,815 New York, N.Y. Dec 21, 1955 4 9 Kentucky W 89 74 —- Lexington, Ky. Jan 28, 1956 2 9 Louisville ot L 64 66 5,808 UD Fieldhouse Feb 17, 1962 —- 9 Duquesne W 71 48 5,808 UD Fieldhouse Feb 8, 1971 —- 9 Western Kentucky W 63 60 12,815 UD Arena Feb 17, 1973 —- 9 St. John’s L 83 98 6,008 Jamaica, N.Y. Dec 5, 1973 —- 9 Louisville L 68 75 10,994 Louisville, Ky. Dec 10, 1977 —- 9 Michigan L 61 71 13,549 Ann Arbor, Mich. Mar 12, 1966 —- 10 W. Kentucky NCAA L 68 82 13,500 Iowa City, Iowa Feb 26, 1972 —- 10 SW Louisiana L 86 103 13,458 UD Arena Dec 19, 1977 —- 10 Louisville L 63 69 14,191 Louisville, Ky. Dec 2, 1981 —- 10 Minnesota L 74 90 14,352 Minneapolis, Mn. Feb 24, 2008 —- 10 Xavier L 51 57 13,485 UD Arena Mar 13, 2008 —- 10 Xavier L 65 74 4,401 Atlantic City, N.J. Mar 17, 1951 13 11 Brigham Young NIT L 43 62 18,379 New York, N.Y. Dec 9, 1969 —- 11 Louisville W 72 56 12,237 Louisville, Ky. Jan 27, 1977 —- 11 Louisville W 71 76 11,930 UD Arena Nov 28, 1977 —- 11 Syracuse W 76 67 10,718 UD Arena Jan 18, 1996 —- 11 Virginia Tech L 62 63 9,134 Blacksburg, Va. Nov 29, 1999 —- 11 Kentucky W 68 66 17,232 Cincinnati, Ohio Dec 8, 2007 —- 11 Louisville W 70 65 19,128 Louisville, Ky. Jan 20, 1951 —- 12 Toledo W 64 46 5,808 UD Fieldhouse Mar 13, 1951 13 12 Arizona NIT W 74 68 9,630 New York, N.Y. Dec 15, 1954 5 12 Louisville ot W 71 67 5,808 UD Fieldhouse Feb 18, 1955 13 12 Cincinnati W 80 69 6,433 Cincinnati, Ohio

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Shawn Haughn hit an NCAA-record eight-of-eight from three-point range against #17 Saint Louis in 1994. He scored 30 points and UD needed every one to win in overtime. UD trailed by as many as 20 points before Haughn’s barage.

Date Feb 7, 1970 Dec 24, 1987 Jan 7, 1997 Mar 8, 1986 Nov 20, 2000 Mar 22, 2009 Feb 6, 1952 Jan 11, 1969 Feb 28, 1970 Mar 7, 1970 Feb 9, 1974 Dec 22, 1979 Feb 13, 1984 Jan 4, 2003 Feb 17, 1951 Dec 16, 1955 Jan 8, 1957 Jan 23, 1974 Mar 1, 1980 Jan 15, 1983 Feb 5, 1986 Dec 17, 1988 Mar 22, 2003 Dec 23, 2003 Feb 11, 2009 Mar 13, 1952 Dec 31, 1954 Dec 30, 1957 Mar 9, 1976

AP Rankings UD Op Opponent UD Op Att Location —- 12 Florida State L 76 82 13,450 UD Arena —- 12 Oklahoma L 99 151 1,000 Honolulu, Hawai’i —- 12 Xavier W 98 91 11,927 UD Arena —- 12 Notre Dame L 55 69 11,345 South Bend, Ind. —- 12 Connecticut W 80 66 2,500 Maui, Hawaii —- 12 Kansas L 4 3 60 14,279 Minneapolis, Minn. 11 13 Louisville W 72 71 —- Louisville, Ky. —- 13 Detroit W 64 62 7,723 Detroit, Mich. —- 13 Notre Dame W 95 79 13,450 UD Arena —- 13 Houston NCAA L 64 71 5,823 Fort Worth, Tex. —- 13 South Carolina L 68 81 11,983 Columbia, S.C. —- 13 Iowa L 54 61 10,612 UD Arena —- 13 Maryland L 59 61 8,515 College Park, Md. —- 13 Marquette ot W 92 85 12,037 UD Arena 17 14 Louisville W 70 66 —- Louisville, Ky. 7 14 Cincinnati W 66 57 7,126 Cincinnati, Ohio —- 14 Canisius W 65 58 5,808 UD Fieldhouse —- 14 Louisville L 72 90 12,340 UD Arena —- 14 Notre Dame L 54 62 13,455 UD Arena —- 14 Missouri L 64 78 10,436 Columbia, Mo. —- 14 Notre Dame W 67 65 13,233 UD Arena —- 14 Ohio State L 76 104 13,511 UD Arena 25 14 Xavier L 72 73 13,409 UD Arena —- 14 Cincinnati L 53 82 13,176 Cincinnati, Ohio --- 14 Xavier W 71 58 13,435 UD Arena 11 15 St. Bonaventure NIT L 69 62 17,131 New York, N.Y. 4 15 UCLA L 92 104 12,135 New York, N.Y. —- 15 Seattle ot W 81 75 11,851 New York, N.Y. —- 15 Cincinnati L 84 85 12,475 UD Arena

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AP Rankings Date UD Op Opponent UD Op Att Feb 24, 1979 —- 15 Temple L 63 66 5,755 Mar 23, 1984 —- 15 Washington NCAA W 64 58 12,564 Dec 10, 1988 —- 15 Louisville L 68 95 19,364 Feb 17, 2000 —- 15 Temple L 58 64 13,553 Nov 29, 2008 --- 15 Marquette W 89 75 4,780 Jan 5, 1952 —- 16 Murray State W 69 55 5,808 Feb 23, 1970 —- 16 Western Kentucky L 63 76 12,352 Jan 13, 1971 —- 16 Louisville L 68 73 13,458 Dec 8, 1971 —- 16 Louisville L 60 88 9,642 Dec 14, 1974 —- 16 Michigan L 50 61 12,864 Mar 1, 1975 —- 16 Notre Dame L 69 102 11,345 Mar 12, 1979 —- 16 Purdue NIT L 70 84 13,126 Mar 2, 1996 —- 16 Virginia Tech L 54 73 13,258 Dec 5, 1951 —- 17 Louisville ot L 76 79 5,808 Feb 14, 1953 —- 17 Louisville L 63 69 5,808 Mar 3, 1953 —- 17 E. Kentucky ot W 73 68 —- Jan 8, 1955 10 17 Villanova W 59 52 —- Jan 27, 1960 19 17 Virginia Tech W 77 59 5,808 Mar 16, 1974 20 17 New Mexico NCAA L 61 66 13,658 Jan 9, 1988 —- 17 Iowa State L 80 84 13,201 Feb 13, 1994 —- 17 St. Louis ot W 82 77 10,432 Feb 14, 1998 —- 17 George Washington W 78 64 12,061 Mar 5, 2009 --- 17 Xavier L 59 76 10,250 Dec 30, 1959 —- 18 Duke 3ot W 71 63 —- Jan 14, 1970 —- 18 Louisville L 69 77 13,450 Dec 13, 1975 —- 18 Michigan L 80 106 7,492 Mar 6, 1976 —- 18 Florida State W 95 81 10,780 Jan 21, 1978 —- 18 DePaul L 70 74 5,115 Dec 13, 1980 —- 18 Michigan L 84 85 11,296 Feb 6, 1985 —- 18 DePaul W 67 63 16,803 Mar 16, 1990 —- 18 Illinois NCAA W 88 86 11,578 Feb 2, 1994 —- 18 St. Louis L 75 94 14,791 Feb 15, 1956 2 19 Memphis W 85 71 5,808 Dec 29, 1959 —- 19 Wake Forest L 50 61 —- Mar 1, 1971 —- 19 Notre Dame L 82 83 11,207 Jan 5, 1985 —- 19 Maryland W 67 63 11,819 Mar 3, 1990 —- 19 Xavier W 111 108 13,511 Jan 26, 1995 —- 19 Cincinnati L 60 81 13,368 Feb 12, 1997 —- 19 Xavier L 53 79 10,008 Jan 24, 1998 —- 19 Xavier W 93 82 13,521 Jan 1, 2010 —- 19 New Mexico L 66 68 14,586 Feb 3, 1951 —- 20 Toledo W 67 56 4,800 Mar 15, 1955 9 20 St. Louis NIT W 97 81 9,850 Jan 30, 1960 19 20 Wake Forest W 62 45 5,808 Dec 9, 1970 —- 20 Louisville L 70 72 11,050 Dec 30, 1972 —- 20 Santa Clara L 64 77 1,510 Jan 17, 1973 —- 20 Louisville W 73 74 12,273 Jan 29, 1977 —- 20 Memphis L 67 81 11,075 Mar 7, 1987 —- 20 Notre Dame L 56 62 13,511 Jan 30, 1994 —- 20 Ala.-Birmingham L 52 60 10,046 Feb 8, 2003 —- 20 Xavier L 75 83 10,250 Feb 24, 2010 —- 20 Temple L 41 49 5,833 Dec 29, 1992 —- 21 Cincinnati L 55 65 13,511 Jan 15, 1994 —- 21 Cincinnati L 63 79 13,505 Mar 10, 1994 —- 21 St. Louis L 46 80 12,219 Nov 30, 2002 —- 21 Cincinnati W 75 69 13,409 Nov 19, 2009 18 21 Georgia Tech W 63 59 5,073 Dec 7, 1991 —- 22 Michigan State L 74 83 13,305 Feb 20, 1994 —- 22 Marquette L 62 84 13,642 Feb 23, 1994 —- 22 Marquette L 58 63 10,658 Dec 11, 1996 —- 22 Louisville L 67 80 19,413 Nov 29, 2000 24 22 Cincinnati L 75 82 13,553 Jan 9, 2008 17 22 Rhode Island W 92 83 13,435 Feb 3, 1990 —- 23 Xavier L 81 88 10,043 Dec 19, 1992 —- 23 Michigan State L 60 65 15,121 Feb 21, 2001 —- 23 Saint Joseph’s L 73 83 13,553 Jan 24, 2008 16 23 Xavier L 43 69 10,250 Mar 10, 1990 —- 24 Xavier W 98 89 13,202 Mar 3, 1994 —- 24 Ala.-Birmingham L 53 84 5,348 Mar 8, 2002 —- 24 Xavier A10 L 59 66 7,034 Mar 12, 2010 —- 24 Xavier A10 L 73 78 6,029 Jan 12, 1994 —- 25 Xavier L 46 57 7,415 Mar 16, 2000 —- 25 Purdue NCAA L 61 62 13,363 Mar 4, 2001 —- 25 Xavier W 65 62 13,553 Feb 13, 2003 —- 25 Saint Joseph’s W 66 56 13,409 Mar 14, 2003 22 25 Saint Joseph’s A10 W 76 73 11,648

Location Philadelphia, Pa. Los Angeles, Calif. Louisville, Ky. UD Arena Hoffman Estates, Ill. UD Fieldhouse Bowl. Green, Ky. UD Arena Louisville, Ky. UD Arena South Bend, Ind. W. Lafayette, Ind. UD Arena UD Fieldhouse UD Fieldhouse Richmond, Ky. Philadelphia, Pa. UD Fieldhouse Tucson, Ariz. UD Arena UD Arena UD Arena Cincinnati, Ohio Raleigh, N.C. UD Arena Ann Arbor, Mich. UD Arena Chicago, Ill. UD Arena Rosemont, Ill. Austin, Tex. St. Louis, Mo. UD Fieldhouse Raleigh, N.C. South Bend, Ind. UD Arena UD Arena UD Arena Cincinnati, Ohio UD Arena Albuquerque, N.M. Toledo, Ohio New York, N.Y. UD Fieldhouse Louisville, Ky. San Jose, Calif. UD Arena Memphis, Tenn. UD Arena UD Arena Cincinnati, Ohio Philadelphia, Pa. UD Arena UD Arena Cincinnati, Ohio UD Arena San Juan, P.R. UD Arena Milwaukee, Wis. UD Arena Louisville, Ky. UD Arena UD Arena Cincinnati, Ohio E. Lansing, Mich. UD Arena Cincinnati, Ohio UD Arena Birmingham, Ala. Philadelphia, Pa. Atlantic City, N.J. Cincinnati, Ohio Tuscon, Ariz. UD Arena UD Arena UD Arena


UD VERSUS THE AP TOP 25 RECORDS VERSUS RANKS TEAMS Total

Opponent AP Rank Number 1 Number 2 Number 3 Number 4 Number 5 Number 6 Number 7 Number 8 Number 9 Number 10 Number 11 Number 12 Number 13 Number 14 Number 15 Number 16 Number 17 Number 18 Number 19 Number 20 Number 21 Number 22 Number 23 Number 24 Number 25 TOTAL

Home

W L Pct 2 11 .146 2 8 .200 2 10 .167 2 6 .250 3 9 .250 3 7 .300 4 6 .400 1 6 .143 4 4 .500 0 6 .000 5 2 .714 6 3 .667 4 4 .500 5 6 .455 3 6 .333 1 7 .125 5 5 .500 4 5 .444 4 5 .444 4 7 .364 2 3 .400 1 5 .167 0 4 .000 1 3 .250 3 2 .600 68 132 .340

UD Arena

W L W L 2 1 0 0 1 2 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 1 2 0 1 1 3 1 3 3 2 2 2 0 1 0 0 2 1 1 0 0 2 0 2 2 0 2 0 3 1 1 1 2 1 2 1 3 4 2 4 0 2 0 2 1 3 0 3 3 3 2 1 1 2 1 2 4 1 3 1 2 2 1 2 1 2 1 2 1 3 1 3 0 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 3 0 3 0 38 41 24 33

Road

Neut

W L 0 6 1 3 0 7 0 2 1 5 0 1 0 3 0 4 2 3 0 2 2 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 0 2 0 4 2 1 1 3 0 3 1 4 0 0 0 2 0 3 0 1 0 1 15 62

Postseason

UD Ranked

W L W L W L 0 4 0 3 1 0 0 3 0 2 1 2 1 2 0 0 1 1 1 3 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 0 1 2 2 3 1 2 0 3 1 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 2 1 0 2 0 1 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 1 2 1 1 0 3 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 3 2 1 2 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 2 1 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 1 1 0 2 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 16 33 10 17 21 17

THE LAST TIME

Last Win

Last Home Win

Number 1 Number 2 Number 3 Number 4 Number 5 Number 6 Number 7 Number 8 Number 9 Number 10 Number 11 Number 12 Number 13 Number 14 Number 15 Number 16 Number 17 Number 18 Number 19 Number 20 Number 21 Number 22 Number 23 Number 24 Number 25

Feb 27, 1954, Duquesne March 4, 1974, Notre Dame Feb 18, 1984, DePaul Mar 24, 1967, North Carolina (NCAA) Dec 13, 1967, Louisville Dec 29, 2008 Pittsburgh Jan 26, 1985, DePaul Mar 17, 1967, Tennessee (NCAA) Feb 8, 1971, Western Kentucky --- Dec 8, 2007, Louisville Nov 20, 2000, Connecticut (Maui) Jan 4, 2003, Marquette Feb 11, 2009 Xavier Nov 29, 2008 Marquette Jan 5, 1952, Murray State Feb 14, 1998, George Washington Mar 6, 1990, Illinois (NCAA) Jan 24, 1998, Xavier Jan 17, 1973, Louisville Nov 19, 2009, Georgia Tech Jan 22, 2008, Rhode Island --- Mar 10, 1990, Xavier Mar 14, 2003, Saint Joseph’s

Feb 27, 1954, Duquesne March 4, 1974, Notre Dame Feb 18, 1984, DePaul Feb 26, 1955, Duquesne Dec 13, 1967, Louisville Dec 29, 2008 Pittsburgh Jan 26, 1985, DePaul --- Feb 8, 1971, Western Kentucky --- Nov 28, 1977, Syracuse Jan 7, 1997, Xavier Jan 4, 2003, Marquette Feb 11, 2009 Xavier --- Jan 5, 1952, Murray State Feb 14, 1998, George Washington Mar 6, 1976, Florida State Jan 24, 1998, Xavier Jan 17, 1973, Louisville Nov 20, 2002, Cincinnati Jan 22, 2008, Rhode Island --- Mar 10, 1990, Xavier Mar 14, 2003, Saint Joseph’s

Last Road/Neutral Win --Mar 25, 1984, Georgetown (N) (NCAA) Dec 20, 1955, Utah (N) Mar 24, 1967, North Carolina (N) (NCAA) Jan 29, 1966, Saint Joseph’s (R) Nov 22, 2000, Maryland (N) (Maui) Mar 17, 1984, Oklahoma (N) (NCAA) Mar 17, 1967, Tennessee (N) (NCAA) Dec 21, 1955, Kentucky (R) --Dec 8, 2007, Louisville (R) Nov 20, 2000, Connecticut (N) (Maui) Jan 11, 1969, Detroit (R) Dec 16, 1955, Cincinnati (R) Nov 29, 2008 Marquette --Jan 8, 1955, Villanova (R) Mar 6, 1990, Illinois (N) (NCAA) --Mar 15, 1955, Saint Louis (N) (NIT) Nov 19, 2009, Georgia Tech (N) (Puerto Rico) ---------

LAST 15 GAMES VERSUS RANKED OPPONENTS AT UD ARENA, 11-4 Date UD Opp Opponent UD Opp Att. Location Jan 7, 1997 Jan 24, 1998 Feb 14, 1998 Feb 17, 2000 Nov 29, 2000 Feb 21, 2001 Mar 4, 2001 Nov 30, 2002 Jan 4, 2003 Feb 13, 2003 Mar 14, 2003 Mar 22, 2003 Dec 29, 2008 Jan 9, 2008 Feb 11, 2009

— — — — 24 — — — — — 22 25 — 17 ---

12 19 17 15 22 23 25 21 13 25 25 14 6 22 14

Xavier Xavier George Washington Temple Cincinnati Saint Joseph’s Xavier Cincinnati Marquette ot Saint Joseph’s Saint Joseph’s A10 Xavier Pittsburgh Rhode Island Xavier

W W W L L L W W W W W L W W W

98 93 78 58 75 73 65 75 92 66 76 72 80 92 71

91 82 64 64 82 83 62 69 85 56 73 73 55 83 58

11,927 13,521 12,061 13,553 13,553 13,553 13,553 13,409 12,037 13,409 11,648 13,409 13,435 13,435 13,435

UD Arena UD Arena UD Arena UD Arena UD Arena UD Arena UD Arena UD Arena UD Arena UD Arena UD Arena UD Arena UD Arena UD Arena UD Arena

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Date Mar 21, 1952 Mar 22, 1952 Mar 9, 1965 Mar 12, 1965 Mar 13, 1965 Mar 7, 1966 Mar 11, 1966 Mar 12, 1966 Mar 11, 1967 Mar 17, 1967 Mar 18, 1967 Mar 24, 1967 Mar 25, 1967 Mar 7, 1969 Mar 7, 1970 Mar 9, 1974 Mar 14, 1974 Mar 16, 1974 Mar 15, 1984 Mar 17, 1984 Mar 23, 1984 Mar 25, 1984 Mar 15, 1985 Mar 16, 1990 Mar 18, 1990 Mar 16, 2000 Mar 20, 2003 Mar 18, 2004 Mar 20, 2009 Mar 22, 2009

AP Ranks Tourney Seed

UD Op Region UD Op Round 11 11 —- —- —- —- —- —- —- —- —- —- —- —- —- —- 20 20 —- —- —- —- —- —- —- —- 16 —- --- ---

2 —- —- 1 —- —- 1 10 6 8 —- 4 1 —- 13 —- 2 17 —- 7 15 2 —- 18 7 25 —- —- --- 13

—- —- —- Mideast Mideast Mideast Mideast Mideast Mideast Mideast Mideast Mideast Mideast Midwest Midwest West West West West West West West Southeast Midwest Midwest West Midwest Phoenix Midwest Midwest

—- —- —- —- —- —- —- —- —- —- —- —- —- —- —- —- —- —- 10 10 10 10 9 12 12 11 4 10 11 11

—- —- —- —- —- —- —- —- —- —- —- —- —- —- —- —- —- —- 7 2 6 1 8 5 4 6 13 7 6 3

Opponent UD Op

Regional Semifinals Regional Third Place First Round Regional Semifinals Regional Third Place First Round Regional Semifinals Regional Third Place First Round Regional Semifinals Regional Finals National Semifinals National Championship First Round First Round First Round Regional Semifinals Regional Third Place First Round Second Round Regional Semifinals Regional Finals First Round First Round Second Round First Round First Round First Round First Round Second Round

Illinois Princeton Ohio University Michigan DePaul Miami/Ohio Kentucky Western Kentucky Western Kentucky ot Tennessee Virginia Tech ot North Carolina UCLA Colorado State Houston Cal State-LA UCLA 3ot New Mexico Louisiana State Oklahoma Washington Georgetown Villanova Illinois Arkansas Purdue Tulsa DePaul 2ot West Virginia Kansas

L 61 W 77 W 66 L 71 W 75 W 58 L 79 L 68 W 69 W 53 W 71 W 76 L 64 L 50 L 64 W 88 L 100 L 61 W 74 W 89 W 64 L 49 L 49 W 88 L 84 L 60 L 71 L 69 W 68 L 43

80 61 65 98 69 51 86 82 67 52 66 62 79 52 71 80 111 66 66 85 58 61 51 86 86 61 84 76 60 60

Att

14,147 —- 7,500 11,600 10,500 7,013 11,500 13,500 11,500 7,386 7,419 18,889 18,892 6,500 5,823 9,400 13,314 13,658 6,978 8,100 12,564 12,564 13,260 11,578 15,884 13,363 11,171 18,698 15,794 14,279

Building

Chicago Stadium Chicago Stadium E.A. Diddle Arena Memorial Coliseum Memorial Coliseum Memorial Gym Iowa Field House Iowa Field House Memorial Coliseum McGaw Hall McGaw Hall Freedom Hall Freedom Hall Daniel-Meyer Coliseum Daniel-Meyer Coliseum Idaho State Minidome McKale Center McKale Center Special Events Center Special Events Center Pauley Pavilion Pauley Pavilion UD Arena Erwin Center Erwin Center McKale Center Spokane Arena HSBC Arena Metrodome Metrodome

City

Chicago, Ill. Chicago, Ill. Bowling Green, Ky. Lexington, Ky. Lexington, Ky. Kent, Ohio Iowa City, Iowa Iowa City, Iowa Lexington, Ky. Evanston, Ill. Evanston, Ill. Louisville, Ky. Louisville, Ky. Fort Worth, Texas Fort Worth, Texas Pocatello, Idaho Tucson, Ariz. Tucson, Ariz. Salt Lake City Salt Lake City Los Angeles, Calif. Los Angeles, Calif. Dayton, Ohio Austin, Texas Austin, Texas Tucson, Ariz. Spokane, Wash. Buffalo, NY Minneapolis, MN Minneapolis, MN

NCAA Tournament Breakdown Overall Appearances Record 14 14-16 By Round Appearances Years National Finalist 1 1967 Final Four 1 1967 Regional Final 2 1967, 1984 “Elite 8” Regional Semifinal 6 1952, 1965, 1966, ”Sweet 16” 1967, 1974, 1984 By Coach Record Appearances Tom Blackburn 1-1 (1) 1952 Don Donoher 11-10 (8) 1965, 1966, 1967, 1969, 1970, 1974, 1984, 1985 Jim O’Brien 1-1 (1) 1990 Oliver Purnell 0-2 (2) 2000, 2002 Brian Gregory 1-2 (2) 2004, 2009 By Year 1952 1965 1966 1967 1969 1970 1974 1984 1985 1990 2000 2003 2004 2009

Record 1-1 2-1 1-2 4-1 0-1 0-1 1-2 3-1 0-1 1-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 1-1

Result Regional 3rd Place Regional 3rd Place Regional 4th Place National Runnerup First Round First Round Regional 4th Place Regional Runnerup First Round Second Round First Round First Round First Round Second Round

Don May and the Flyers followed up 1966’s NCAA Tournament Sweet 16 run with a trip to the National Championship Game in 1967. The unranked Flyers beat three top 10 teams on their way to the Final Four: No. 6 Western Kentucky, No. 8 Tennessee, and No. 4 North Carolina before falling to No. 1 UCLA.

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Brooks Hall bookended his career with two NCAA appearances, making a trip to “The Dance” in 2000 and 2003. Hall never missed the postseason, as the Flyers earned bids to the NIT in 2001 and 2002.


UD IN THE NIT

Date Mar 10, 1951 Mar 13, 1951 Mar 15, 1951 Mar 17, 1951 Mar 8, 1952 Mar 11, 1952 Mar 13, 1952 Mar 15, 1952 Mar 6, 1954 Mar 9, 1954 Mar 15, 1955 Mar 17, 1955 Mar 18, 1955 Mar 20, 1956 Mar 22, 1956 Mar 24, 1956 Mar 16, 1957 Mar 19, 1957 Mar 18, 1958 Mar 20, 1958 Mar 22, 1958 Mar 12, 1960 Mar 15, 1960 Mar 21, 1961 Mar 23, 1961 Mar 25, 1961 Mar 15, 1962 Mar 17, 1962 Mar 22, 1962 Mar 24, 1962 Mar 16, 1968 Mar 19, 1968 Mar 21, 1968 Mar 23, 1968 Mar 20, 1971 Mar 10, 1978 Mar 14, 1978 Mar 8, 1979 Mar 12, 1979 Mar 10, 1981 Mar 16, 1981 Mar 10, 1982 Mar 15, 1982 Mar 18, 1982 Mar 12, 1986 Mar 11, 1998 Mar 16, 1998 Mar 14, 2001 Mar 19, 2001 Mar 21, 2001 Mar 13, 2002 Mar 15, 2002 Mar 19, 2008 Mar 24, 2008 Mar 26, 2008 Mar 17, 2010 Mar 22, 2010 Mar 24, 2010 Mar 30, 2010 April 1, 2010

AP Rankings

UD Opp Round Opponent UD Op Attend Venue 13 13 13 13 11 11 11 11 14 15 9 9 9 3 3 3 --- --- 11 11 11 --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- —- —- —- —- —- —- —- —- —- —- —- —- —- —- —- —- —- —- —- —- —- —- —- —- —- —- —- —- —- —- —-

--- 12 9 11 --- 5 15 --- --- --- 20 --- 6 --- --- 6 --- --- --- --- --- --- 4 --- --- --- --- --- --- —- —- —- —- —- —- —- —- —- 16 —- —- —- —- —- —- —- —- —- —- —- —- —- —- —- —- —- —- —- —- —-

First Quarterfinal Semifinal Final First Quarterfinal Semifinal Final First Quarterfinal Quarterfinal Semifinal Final Quartfinals Semifinal Final First Quarterfinal Quarterfinal Semifinal Final First Quarterfinal Quarterfinal Senifinal Consolation First Quarterfinal Semifinal Final First Quarterfinal Semifinal Final First First Quarterfinal First Second First Second First Second Quarterfinal First First Second First Second Quarterfinal Opening First First Second Quarterfinal First Second Quarterfinal Semifinal Final

Lawrence Arizona St. John’s ot Brigham Young New York U. Saint Louis St. Bonaventure La Salle Manhattan Niagara St. Louis St. Francis/Pa. ot Duquesne Xavier St. Francis/N.Y. Louisville St. Peter’s Temple Fordham St. John’s Xavier ot Temple Bradley Temple Saint Louis Holy Cross Wichita State Houston Loyola/Ill. St. John’s West Virginia Fordham Notre Dame ot Kansas Duke Fairfield Georgetown Holy Cross Purdue Fordham 2ot Purdue Connecticut ot Illinois Oklahoma McNeese State Long Island Penn State UNC Wilmington Richmond Detroit Detroit Tennessee Tech Cleveland State Illinois State Ohio State Illinois State Cincinnati Illinois Mississippi North Carolina

W 77 W 74 W 69 L 43 W 81 W 68 W 69 L 64 W 90 L 74 W 97 W 79 L 58 W 72 W 89 L 80 W 79 L 66 W 74 W 80 L 74 W 72 L 64 W 62 L 60 L 76 W 79 W 94 W 98 W 73 W 87 W 61 W 76 W 61 L 60 W 108 L 62 W 105 L 70 W 66 L 46 W 76 W 61 L 82 L 75 W 95 L 74 W 68 W 61 L 42 W 80 L 59 W 66 W 55 L 63 W 63 W 81 W 77 W 68 W 79

71 68 62 62 66 58 62 75 79 77 81 73 70 68 58 93 71 77 70 56 78 51 78 60 67 85 71 77 82 67 68 60 74 48 68 93 71 81 84 65 50 75 58 91 86 92 77 59 56 59 69 68 57 48 74 42 66 71 63 68

9,251 9,630 16,815 18,379 18,442 14,112 17,131 18,485 16,259 10,257 9,850 16,485 18,496 11,231 16,125 15,763 15,135 10,543 12,160 15,834 12,020 17,078 16,345 13,896 18,378 15,673 13,895 12,308 17,326 16,037 16,127 18,683 19,500 19,008 19,102 12,847 13,458 10,846 13,126 7,100 10,612 8,100 16,275 11,198 5,700 10,665 13,409 9,638 9,113 9,307 7,130 7,760 7,012 8,802 19,049 5,127 6,479 8,548 11,689 9,827

Madison Square Garden Madison Square Garden Madison Square Garden Madison Square Garden Madison Square Garden Madison Square Garden Madison Square Garden Madison Square Garden Madison Square Garden Madison Square Garden Madison Square Garden Madison Square Garden Madison Square Garden Madison Square Garden Madison Square Garden Madison Square Garden Madison Square Garden Madison Square Garden Madison Square Garden Madison Square Garden Madison Square Garden Madison Square Garden Madison Square Garden Madison Square Garden Madison Square Garden Madison Square Garden Madison Square Garden Madison Square Garden Madison Square Garden Madison Square Garden Madison Square Garden Madison Square Garden Madison Square Garden Madison Square Garden Madison Square Garden UD Arena UD Arena UD Arena Mackey Arena UD Arena Mackey Arena UD Arena Assembly Hall Lloyd Noble Center Burton Coliseum UD Arena UD Arena UD Arena UD Arena UD Arena UD Arena UD Arena UD Arena Redbird Arena Schottenstein Center UD Arena Fifth Third Arena Assembly Hall Madison Square Garden Madison Square Garden

Location New York, New York New York, New York New York, New York New York, New York New York, New York New York, New York New York, New York New York, New York New York, New York New York, New York New York, New York New York, New York New York, New York New York, New York New York, New York New York, New York New York, New York New York, New York New York, New York New York, New York New York, New York New York, New York New York, New York New York, New York New York, New York New York, New York New York, New York New York, New York New York, New York New York, New York New York, New York New York, New York New York, New York New York, New York New York, New York Dayton, Ohio Dayton, Ohio Dayton, Ohio West Lafayette, Ind. Dayton, Ohio West Lafayette, Ind. Dayton, Ohio Champaign, Ill. Norman, Oklahoma Lake Charles, La. Dayton, Ohio Dayton, Ohio Dayton, Ohio Dayton, Ohio Dayton, Ohio Dayton, Ohio Dayton, Ohio Dayton, Ohio Normal, Ill. Columbus, Ohio Dayton., Ohio Cincinnati, Ohio Champaign, Ill. New York, New York New York, New York

NATIONAL INVITATION

TOURNAMENT BREAKDOWN Appearances 22 Record 40-20 NIT Championships 3 NIT Runnerup 5 Semifinalist 1 Quarterfinalist 7 By Year Record Round 1951 3-1 Runnerup 1952 3-1 Runnerup 1954 1-1 Quarterfinalist 1955 2-1 Runnerup 1956 2-1 Runnerup 1957 1-1 Quarterfinalist 1958 2-1 Runnerup 1960 1-1 Quarterfinalist 1961 1-2 Final Four 1962 4-0 Champions 1968 4-0 Champions 1971 0-1 1978 1-1 Quarterfinalist 1979 1-1 Second Round 1981 1-1 Second Round 1982 2-1 Quarterfinalist 1986 0-1 1998 1-1 Second Round 2001 2-1 Quarterfinalist 2002 1-1 First Round 2008 2-1 Quarterfinalist 2010 5-0 Champions By Coach Record Titles Tom Blackburn 20-10 1 Don Donoher 9-6 1 Brian Gregory 7-1 1 Oliver Purnell 4-3 0

By Venue Record Home 10-4 Neutral 26-11 Road 4-5 UD Arena 10-4 Madison Square Garden 26-11 Mackey Arena 0-2 Assembly Hall (Illinois) 2-0 Lloyd Noble Center 0-1 Burton Coliseum 0-1 Redbird Arena 1-0 Schottenstein Center 0-1 Fifth Third Arena 1-0

The Flyers have one of the highest win totals at Madison Square Garden in the long storied history of the venue. Dayton has won 39 games at The Garden, including 26 National Invitation Tournament games. Dayton made the NIT Final five times in the 1950s (including the 1955 Championship versus Duquesne, left) before finally winning the tournament in 1962 (right, Tom Blackburn and his team after the Flyers first NIT crown.)

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UD IN CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS ATLANTIC 10 CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIP AP Ranks Tourney Seed Date UD Op UD Op Mar 6, 1996 --- --- W4 E5 Mar 5, 1997 --- --- W4 E5 Mar 4, 1998 --- --- W3 E6 Mar 5, 1998 --- --- W3 E2 Mar 3, 1999 --- --- W5 E4 Mar 4, 1999 --- --- W5 W1 Mar 9, 2000 --- --- W1 E4 Mar 10, 2000 --- --- W1 E2 Mar 7, 2001 --- --- 6 11 Mar 8, 2001 --- --- 6 3 Mar 6, 2002 --- --- W3 E6 Mar 7, 2002 --- --- W3 E2 Mar 8, 2002 --- 24 W3 W1 Mar 13, 2003 21 --- W2 E3 Mar 14, 2003 21 25 W2 E1 Mar 15, 2003 21 --- W2 E2 Mar 11, 2004 --- --- W1 W5 Mar 12, 2004 --- --- W1 W3 Mar 13, 2004 --- --- W1 W4 Mar 9, 2005 --- --- W3 E6 Mar 10, 2005 --- --- W3 E2 Mar 8, 2006 --- --- 12 5 Mar 7, 2007 --- --- 8 9 Mar 8, 2007 --- --- 8 1 Mar 12, 2008 --- --- 8 9 Mar 13, 2008 --- --- 8 1 Mar 12, 2009 --- --- 3 5 Mar 13, 2009 --- --- 3 7 Mar 9, 2010 --- --- 7 10 Mar 12, 2010 --- --- 7 2

Round First First First Quarterfinal First Quarterfinal Quarterfinal Semifinal First Quarterfinal First Quarterfinal Semifinal Quarterfinal Semifinal Final Quarterfinal Semifinal Final First Quarterfinal First First Quarterfinal First Quarterfinal Quarterfinal Semifinal First Quarterfinal

Opponent UD St. Bonaventure L 60 St. Bonaventure L 75 Fordham W 68 Rhode Island L 70 St. Bonaventure ot W 70 George Washington L 90 Saint Joseph’s W 67 St. Bonaventure L 50 Rhode Island W 85 Temple L 63 Rhode Island W 90 Saint Joseph’s W 81 Xavier L 59 Rhode Island W 74 Saint Joseph’s W 76 Temple W 79 Duquesne W 69 Richmond W 58 Xavier L 49 St. Bonaventure W 78 Temple L 51 Saint Joseph’s L 55 Charlotte W 81 Xavier W 51 Saint Louis ot W 63 Xavier L 65 Richmond W 69 Duquesne L 66 George Washington W 70 Xavier L 73

GREAT MIDWEST CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIP Date Mar 10, 1994 Mar 9, 1995

AP Rankings Tourney Seed UD Op UD Op Round --- 21 7 2 Quarterfinal --- --- 7 2 Quarterfinal

Op 72 81 60 83 69 100 64 56 59 76 71 74 68 57 73 72 56 56 58 48 61 67 63 72 62 74 64 77 60 78

Att 7,138 6,011 7,144 9,435 7,195 7,881 7.779 13,202 6,486 7,034 5,571 6,589 10,111 10,897 11,648 11,537 11,078 11,566 13,133 5,872 7,221 4,010 4,406 4,762 3,342 4,401 4,333 6,160 6,930 6,029

Opponent UD Op Att Saint Louis L 46 80 12,219 Saint Louis L 62 78 9,549

Building Philadelphia Civic Center CoreStates Spectrum CoreStates Spectrum CoreStates Spectrum CoreStates Spectrum CoreStates Spectrum First Union Spectrum First Union Spectrum First Union Spectrum First Union Spectrum First Union Spectrum First Union Spectrum First Union Spectrum UD Arena UD Arena UD Arena UD Arena UD Arena UD Arena US Bank Arena US Bank Arena US Bank Arena Boardwalk Hall Boardwalk Hall Boardwalk Hall Boardwalk Hall Boardwalk Hall Boardwalk Hall UD Arena Boardwalk Hall

City Philadelphia, Pa Philadelphia, Pa Philadelphia, Pa Philadelphia, Pa Philadelphia, Pa Philadelphia, Pa Philadelphia, Pa Philadelphia, Pa Philadelphia, Pa Philadelphia, Pa Philadelphia, Pa Philadelphia, Pa Philadelphia, Pa Dayton, Ohio Dayton, Ohio Dayton, Ohio Dayton, Ohio Dayton, Ohio Dayton, Ohio Cincinnati, Ohio Cincinnati, Ohio Cincinnati, Ohio Atlantic City, N.J. Atlantic City, N.J. Atlantic City, N.J. Atlantic City, N.J. Atlantic City, N.J. Atlantic City, N.J. Dayton, Ohio Atlantic City, N.J.

Building Shoemaker Center Bradley Center

City Cincinnati, Ohio Milwaukee, Wis.

Building UD Arena UD Arena UD Arena UD Arena UD Arena UD Arena UD Arena Riverfront Coliseum Market Square Arena

City Dayton, Ohio Dayton, Ohio Dayton, Ohio Dayton, Ohio Dayton, Ohio Dayton, Ohio Dayton, Ohio Cincinnati, Ohio Indianapolis, Ind.

MIDWESTERN COLLEGIATE CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIP Date Mar 9, 1989 Mar 10, 1989 Mar 8, 1990 Mar 9, 1990 Mar 10, 1990 Mar 7, 1991 Mar 8, 1991 Mar 12, 1992 Mar 11, 1993

AP Rankings Tourney Seed UD Op UD Op Round --- --- 4 5 Quarterfinal --- --- 4 1 Semifinal --- --- 2 7 Quarterfinal --- --- 2 6 Semifinal --- 24 2 1 Final --- --- 4 5 Quarterfinal --- --- 4 1 Semifinal --- --- 4 5 Quarterfinal --- --- 7 2 Quarterfinal

Opponent UD Detroit W 77 Evansville ot L 79 Detroit W 90 Loyola/Ill. W 97 Xavier W 98 Evansville W 71 Xavier L 71 Loyola/Ill. L 73 Evansville L 66

Op 54 84 72 95 89 59 90 83 69

Att 10,057 11,238 11,199 13,202 13,202 11,264 12,213 6,779 5,187

ATLANTIC 10 CHAMPIONSHIP BREAKDOWN

UNIVERSITYOFDAYTON Anthony Corbitt and the 1990 Dayton Flyers won the Midwestern Collegiate Conference Tournament at UD Arena.

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AS SEEDS RECORD IN ROUNDS East #1 n/a West# 1 3-2 First Round 8-3 East #2 n/a West #2 3-0 Quarterfinals 6-7 East #3 n/a West #3 4-3 Semifinals 2-3 East #4 n/a West #4 0-2 Finals 1-1 East #5 n/a West #5 1-1 Total Record 16-14 East #6 n/a West #6 n/a 3* 1-1 6* 1-1 VERSUS TEAMS 7* 1-1 8* 2-2 Charlotte 1-0 12** 0-1 Duquesne 1-1 VERSUS SEEDS Fordham 1-0 East #1 1-0 West #1 0-2 George Washington 1-1 East #2 2-3 West #2 - La Salle 0-0 East #3 1-0 West #3 1-0 Massachusetts 0-0 East #4 2-0 West #4 0-1 Rhode Island 3-1 East #5 0-2 West #5 1-0 Richmond 2-0 East #6 3-0 West #6 St. Bonaventure 2-3 1** 0-2 2* 0-1 Saint Joseph’s 3-1 3* 1-2 5** 0-1 Saint Louis 1-0 7* 0-1 9* 2-0 Temple 1-2 10* 1-0 11* 1-0 Xavier 0-5 *The A-10 had an 11-team format in 2001. **The A-10 had a 14-team format in 2006


UD IN IN-SEAS0N TOURNAMENTS ALL-TIME TOURNAMENT RECORDS, BY TOURNAMENT

App Teams W L Champs 2nd 3rd 4th UDIT/Merrill Lynch Classic 14 4 23 5 9 2 3 --Bluegrass Tournament 1 4 1 1 --- --- --- 1 Chaminade Christmas Classic 1 8 1 2 --- --- --- 1 Chicago Invitational Challenge 1 8 4 0 1 --- --- --CoSIDA Classic 1 4 2 0 1 --- --- --Dixie Classic 1 8 2 1 --- --- 1 --ECAC Holiday Festival 4 --- 5 6 --- --- 2 2 Eight Team (1957, 1958, 1961) 3 8 5 4 --- --- 2 1 Four Team (1963) 1 4 0 2 --- --- --- 1 Great Alaska Shootout 1 8 0 3 --- --- --- --Hawai’i Tip-Off Tournament 1 4 0 2 --- --- --- 1 Las Vegas Holiday Classic 1 7 2 2 --- --- --- 1 Maui Invitational 2 8 5 1 1 --- 1 --National Catholic Invitational 1 4 1 1 --- 1 --- --Ohio Catholic Tournament 1 8 2 1 --- 1 --- --Pre-Season NIT 1 1 0 1 --- --- --- --Puerto Rico Tip-Off 1 8 1 2 --- --- --- 1 San Juan Shootout 1 8 2 1 --- 1 --- --Sugar Bowl Tournament 1 4 1 1 --- 1 --- --United Airlines Classic 1 4 1 1 --- --- 1 --University of Kentucky Invitational Tournament 5 4 4 6 1 --- 2 3

ALL-TIME TOURNAMENT RECORDS, BY YEAR

Year

Tournament

Venue

Location

Teams

UD Finish

1949

National Catholic Invitational

---

Denver, Colorado

Four

Second

UD Record 1-1

1950

Ohio Catholic Tournament

---

Cleveland, Ohio

Eight

Second

2-1

1955

University of Kentucky Invitational Tournament

Memorial Coliseum

Lexington, Kentucky

Four

Champions

2-0

1956

University of Kentucky Invitational Tournament

Memorial Coliseum

Lexington, Kentucky

Four

Fourth

0-2

1956

Bluegrass Tournament

Freedom Hall

Louisville, Kentucky

Four

Second

1-1

1957

ECAC Holiday Festival

Madison Square Garden

New York, New York

Eight

Third

2-1

1958

ECAC Holiday Festival

Madison Square Garden

New York, New York

Eight

Fourth

1-2

1959

Dixie Classic

Reynolds Coliseum

Raleigh, North Carolina

Eight

Third

2-1

1961

ECAC Holiday Festival

Madison Square Garden

New York, New York

Eight

Third

2-1

1963

ECAC Holiday Festival

Madison Square Garden

New York, New York

Four

Fourth

0-2

1964

University of Kentucky Invitational Tournament

Memorial Coliseum

Lexington, Kentucky

Four

Third

1-1

1965

Sugar Bowl Tournament

Loyola Fieldhouse

New Orleans, Louisiana

Four

Second

1-1

1967

University of Kentucky Invitational Tournament

Memorial Coliseum

Lexington, Kentucky

Four

Fourth

0-2

1969

University of Kentucky Invitational Tournament

Memorial Coliseum

Lexington, Kentucky

Four

Third

1-1

1972

UD Invitational Tournament

UD Arena

Dayton, Ohio

Four

Second

1-1

1973

UD Invitational Tournament

UD Arena

Dayton, Ohio

Four

Champions

2-0

1974

UD Invitational Tournament

UD Arena

Dayton, Ohio

Four

Third

1-1

1975

UD Invitational Tournament

UD Arena

Dayton, Ohio

Four

Third

1-1

1976

UD Invitational Tournament

UD Arena

Dayton, Ohio

Four

Third

1-1

1977

UD Invitational Tournament

UD Arena

Dayton, Ohio

Four

Champions

2-0

1978

UD Invitational Tournament

UD Arena

Dayton, Ohio

Four

Champions

2-0

1979

UD Invitational Tournament

UD Arena

Dayton, Ohio

Four

Second

1-1

1980

UD Invitational Tournament

UD Arena

Dayton, Ohio

Four

Champions

2-0

1981

UD Invitational Tournament

UD Arena

Dayton, Ohio

Four

Champions

2-0

1982

UD Invitational Tournament

UD Arena

Dayton, Ohio

Four

Champions

2-0

1983

UD Invitational/Merrill Lynch Classic

UD Arena

Dayton, Ohio

Four

Champions

2-0

1984

UD Invitational/Merrill Lynch Classic

UD Arena

Dayton, Ohio

Four

Champions

2-0

1985

Preseason National Invitation Tournament

Riverfront Coliseum

Cincinnati, Ohio

Eight

1st Round

0-1

1985

UD Invitational/Merrill Lynch Classic

UD Arena

Dayton, Ohio

Four

Champions

2-0

1987

Chaminade Christmas Classic

McCabe Gymnasium

Honolulu, Hawai’i

Eight

Fourth

2-1

1991

Hawai’i Tip-Off Tournament

Blaisdell Arena

Honolulu, Hawai’i

Four

Fourth

0-2

1992

Great Alaska Shootout

Sullivan Arena

Anchorage, Alaska

Eight

Eighth

0-3

1995

United Airlines Classic

Special Events Center

Honolulu, Hawai’i

Four

Third

1-1

1997

San Juan Shootout

Caguas Municipal Center

Caguas, Puerto Rico

Eight

Second

2-1

1999

CoSIDA Classic

The Pit

Albuquerque, New Mexico

Four

Champions

2-0

2000

EA Sports Maui Invitational

Lahaina Civic Center

Lahaina, Hawai’i

Eight

Third

2-1

2004

EA Sports Maui Invitational

Lahaina Civic Center

Lahaina, Hawai’i

Eight

Champions

3-0

2005

Las Vegas Holiday Classic

UD Arena/Valley High School

Dayton, Ohio/Las Vegas, Nevada

Seven

Fourth

2-2

2008

Chicago Invitational Challenge

UD Arena/Sears Centre

Dayton, Ohio/Hoffman Estates, Ill.

Eight

Champions

4-0

2009

Puerto Rico Tip-Off

Coliseo de Puerto Rico

San Juan, Puerto Rico

Eight

Fourth

1-2

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ALL-TIME RECORD BY VENUE BEGINNING IN 1949-50 SEASON, THE FLYERS HAVE PLAYED 1,761 GAMES IN 40 STATES AS WELL AS WASHINGTON, D.C., AND PUERTO RICO State/City/Selected Venues Alaska Alabama Arizona California Colorado Florida Hawai’i Iowa Idaho Illinois Chicago Allstate Arena Chicago Stadium Indiana Indianapolis South Bend Kentucky Bowling Green Lexington Louisville Freedom Hall Richmond Louisiana

Record 0-3 0-2 0-3 2-5 0-1 7-6 7-6 0-5 1-0 35-30 31-28 7-9 5-2 7-29 5-6 0-17 37-45 6-8 6-7 13-22 9-19 10-6 9-4

New Orleans 9-3 Massachusetts 4-5 Maryland 0-1 Michigan 12-16 Detroit 11-10 Minnesota 1-2 Missouri 7-12 Saint Louis 7-11 Mississippi 1-0 Nebraska 2-3 Nevada 0-2 New Jersey 4-6 New Mexico 2-1 New York 56-38 Buffalo 8-6 New York 45-27 Madison Square Garden 40-24 North Carolina 2-8 Ohio 865-320 Cincinnati 34-63 Cincinnati Gardens 11-28 US Bank Arena 3-10 Shoemaker Center 1-7 Cintas Center 0-10 Cleveland 4-3 Columbus 1-2 Dayton 768-212 UD Arena 509-182 UD Fieldhouse 256-33 Fairgrounds Colisuem 17-7 Oxford 25-25 Toledo 8-4 Oklahoma 0-1 Pennsylvania 32-40 Philadelphia 22-30 First Union Spectrum 6-9 The Palestra 7-4 Pittsburgh 16-13 Puerto Rico 3-3 Rhode Island 5-6 South Carolina 0-1 Tennessee 6-8 Texas 2-6 Utah 2-0 Virginia 4-16 Washington 0-3 Wisconsin 2-15 West Virginia 0-1 Wyoming 0-1 Washington, D.C. 3-9

All Time Records By Venue, Since 1947 Arena A.J. Palumbo Center Allstate Arena Alumni Coliseum Alumni Gym Alumni Hall Alumni Hall Alumni Fieldhouse Anderson Arena Arena Auditorium Armory Fieldhouse Assembly Hall Auditorium Gym Autry Gym Bayfront Center Blaisdell Arena Boardwalk Hall Bradley Center Brendan Byrne Arena Breslin Center Burton Coliseum Caguas Municipal Complex Calihan Hall Cameron Indoor Stadium Campus Gym Campus Gymnasium Carolina Coliseum Carver Arena Cassell Coliseum Centennial Hall Chaifetz Arena Charlotte Coliseum Chicago Stadium Cincinnati Gardens Cintas Center Circle Pavilion Cleveland Arena Cobo Arena Cole Fieldhouse Coliseo de Puerto Rico Colorado EC&C Conseco Fieldhouse Constant Convocation Center Crisler Arena Convocation Center Daniel-Meyer Coliseum DCU Center Dean E. Smith Center Drake Fieldhouse E.A. Diddle Arena Erwin Center Fairgrounds Coliseum Fieldhouse Fifth Third Arena Firestone Fieldhouse Freedom Hall Gallagher Center Gola Arena Gund Arena H&PE Center Hagan Arena Halton Arena Hearnes Center Hilton Coliseum Hinkle Fieldhouse Hofheinz Pavilion HSBC Arena International Amphitheater Iowa Field House J.W. Carr Health Building James Rhodes Arena Joyce ACC Keaney Gymnasium Kiel Auditorium Knight Center Lahaina Civic Center Lakeland Center Liacouras Center Lloyd Noble Center Louisiana Superdome Loyola Fieldhouse Mackey Arena Madison Square Garden Manley Fieldhouse

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City Pittsburgh, Pa. Chicago, Ill. Richmond, Ky. Knoxville, Tenn. Chicago, Ill. Jamaica, N.Y. Philadelphia, Pa. Bowling Green, Ohio Laramie, Wyo. Cincinnati, Ohio Champaign, Ill. Piscataway, N.J. Houston, Texas Tallahassee, Fla. Honolulu, Hawai’i Atlantic City, N.J. Milwaukee, Wis. East Rutherford, N.J. East Lansing, Mich. Lake Charles, La. San Juan, P.R. Detroit, Mich. Durham, N.C. Pittsburgh, Pa. Huntington, W.Va. Columbia, S.C. Peoria, Ill. Blacksburg, Va. Toledo, Ohio St. Louis, Mo Charlotte, N.C. Chicago, Ill. Cincinnati, Ohio Cincinnati, Ohio Chicago, Ill. Cleveland, Ohio Detroit, Mich. College Park, Md. San Juan, P.R. Boulder, Colo. Indianapolis, Ind. Norfolk, Va. Ann Arbor, Mich. Cleveland, Ohio Fort Worth, Texas Worcester, Mass. Chapel Hill, N.C. Des Moines, Iowa Bowling Green, Ky. Austin, Texas Dayton, Ohio Hattiesburg, Miss. Cincinnati, Ohio Malibu, Calif. Louisville, Ky. Niagara Falls, N.Y. Philadelphia, Pa. Cleveland, Ohio New Orleans, La. Philadelphia, Pa Charlotte, NC Columbia, Mo. Ames, Iowa Indianapolis, Ind Houston, Texas Buffalo, N.Y. Chicago, Ill. Iowa City, Iowa Murray, Ky. Akron, Ohio South Bend, Ind. Kingston, R.I. St. Louis, Mo. Miami, Fla. Lahaina, Hawai’i Tampa, Fla. Philadelphia, Pa. Norman, Okla. New Orleans, La. New Orleans, La. West LaFayette, Ind. New York, N.Y. Syracuse, N.Y.

W L 8 5 7 9 8 4 1 0 14 12 0 1 2 4 1 0 0 1 4 4 2 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 2 3 4 1 6 0 1 0 1 0 1 2 1 4 7 0 2 2 4 1 3 0 1 1 2 0 5 2 2 0 2 0 1 5 2 11 28 0 10 2 0 1 1 3 1 0 1 1 2 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 5 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 1 5 7 1 1 17 7 1 0 2 7 1 1 9 19 0 2 6 3 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 3 0 1 0 1 4 5 0 2 0 1 1 1 0 2 0 1 1 0 0 17 1 2 2 7 1 0 5 1 1 1 2 4 0 1 1 0 0 2 0 2 40 24 0 1

Last 2010 2004 1995 1949 1981 1973 2007 1970 2004 1973 2010 1953 1969 1977 1991 2010 2001 1986 1992 1986 1997 1995 2002 1960 1950 1974 1990 2000 2008 2010 1972 1973 2000 2010 1984 1950 1993 1984 2009 1987 2001 2002 1983 1999 1969 2007 2006 1960 1988 1990 1950 1951 2010 2003 2007 1992 2009 1998 1978 2010 2009 1983 1987 1993 1975 2004 1989 1966 1952 2008 1994 2001 1991 1987 2003 1976 2010 1982 1979 1965 1981 2010 1975

Arena Market Square Arena Mass Mutual Center McCabe Gym McGaw Hall McGonigle Hall McKale Center MECCA Arena Memorial Auditorium Memorial Building Memorial Coliseum Memorial Fieldhouse Memorial Gym Memorial Gymnasium Men’s Gymnasium Metrodome Miami Arena Miami Beach Convention Hall Mid-South Coliseum Millett Hall Moody Coliseum Mulcahy Center Mullins Center New Gym Niagara Falls Conv. Center Norfolk Scope Nutter Center Oakwood High Olean Armory Omaha Civic Auditorium Patriot Center Pauley Pavilion Petersen Events Center Philadelphia Civic Center Pitt Field House Pittsburgh Civic Arena Providence Civic Center Redbird Arena Qwest Center Reilly Center Reynolds Coliseum Richmond Coliseum Roberts Stadium Robins Center Rose Hill Gymnasium Ryan Center San Jose Civic Auditorium Scottrade Center Schmidlapp Center Schmidt Fieldhouse Schottenstein Center Sears Centre Seton Hall Gym Smith Center South High Special Events Center Spectrum Spokane Arena St. John Arena St. Louis Arena Student Center Sullivan Arena The Armory The Palestra The Pit The Pyramid Thompson-Boling Arena Toledo Field House Tully Gym UAB Arena UD Arena UD Fieldhouse UNIDome University Gym University Hall USF Sun Dome US Bank Arena Valley High School War Memorial Gym Weaver Health Building Welsh-Ryan Arena Western Fieldhouse Williams Arena Withrow Court

City Indianapolis, IN Springfield, Mass. Honolulu, Hawaii Evanston, Ill. Philadelphia, Pa. Tuscon, Ariz. Milwaukee, Wis. Buffalo, N.Y. Detroit, Mich. Lexington, Ky. Memphis, Tenn. Kent, Ohio Nashville, Tenn. Athens, Ohio Minneapolis, MN Miami, Fla. Miami, Fla. Memphis, Tenn. Oxford, Ohio Dallas, Texas New Rochelle, N.Y. Amherst, Mass. Murray, Ky. Nigara Falls, N.Y. Norfolk, Va. Fairborn, Ohio Oakwood, Ohio Olean, N.Y. Omaha, Neb. Fairfax, Va. Los Angeles, Calif. Pittsburgh, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa. Pittsburgh, Pa. Pittsburgh, Pa. Providence, R.I. Normal, Ill. Omaha, NE St. Bonaventure, N.Y. Raleigh, N.C. Richmond, Va. Evansville, Ind. Richmond, Va. Bronx, N.Y. Kingston, R.I. San Jose, Calif. St. Louis, Mo. Cincinnati, Ohio Cincinnati, Ohio Columbus, Ohio Hoffman Estates, Ill. Piscataway, N.J. Washington, D.C. Youngstown, Ohio Baton Rouge, La. Philadelphia, Pa. Spokane, Wash. Columbus, Ohio St. Louis, Mo. Buffalo, N.Y. Anchorage, Alaska Louisville, Ky. Philadelphia, Pa. Albuquerque, N.M. Memphis, Tenn. Knoxville, Tenn. Toledo, Ohio Tallahassee, Fla. Birmingham, Ala. Dayton, Ohio Dayton, Ohio Cedar Falls, Iowa Bowling Green, Ohio Charlottesville, Va. Tampa, Fla. Cincinnati, Ohio Las Vegas, NV San Francisco, Calif. Richmond, Ky. Chicago, Ill. Bowing Green, Ky. Minneapolis, Minn. Oxford, Ohio

W L 0 1 0 1 0 2 2 0 0 1 0 3 1 9 7 2 4 2 6 8 2 1 2 1 0 2 2 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 2 2 13 18 0 1 1 0 3 4 1 0 0 1 0 2 1 2 0 1 0 1 2 1 1 1 1 2 0 1 2 0 2 1 3 2 2 1 1 1 0 2 4 4 2 1 0 2 1 4 2 5 5 3 2 3 0 1 4 4 0 1 13 7 0 1 2 0 1 1 2 8 0 1 3 0 6 9 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 1 0 2 5 5 6 5 2 1 0 2 0 1 6 4 0 1 0 2 509 182 256 33 0 1 1 2 0 1 1 0 4 10 0 2 0 1 2 2 0 1 1 1 0 1 13 7

Last 1993 2009 1987 1967 1997 2000 1999 1982 1969 1969 1963 1972 2004 1951 2009 1989 1967 1979 2009 2006 1981 2006 1955 1986 1985 1997 1949 1948 1986 2009 1984 2006 1996 1961 1982 1984 2008 2009 2010 1959 1986 1992 2010 2008 2009 1972 2008 1948 1980 2008 2009 1954 2009 1951 1995 2002 2003 1987 1968 1967 1992 1957 1993 2010 1995 1992 1961 1969 1994 2010 1968 1988 1954 1987 1984 2006 2005 1980 1953 1998 1955 1981 1986


ALL-TIME RECORD BY CONFERENCE Atlantic 10 277 204 Big Sky 1 1 Mid-Continent 4 4 Non-Division I 272 160 Southeastern 12 14 Charlotte 5 4 Idaho State 1 0 Chicago State 2 0 Adrian 1 1 Alabama 0 1 Duquesne 43 20 Montana State 0 1 IUPUI 2 0 Arkansas-Monticello 1 0 Arkansas 0 1 Fordham 20 5 Southern Utah 0 1 Brooklyn 2 0 Auburn 3 0 George Washington 12 14 Big South 8 0 Valparaiso 0 1 Anchorage 0 1 Georgia 1 0 La Salle 22 13 Coastal Carolina 2 0 Western Illinois 0 2 Anderson 5 1 Kentucky 2 3 Massachusetts 8 8 High Point 1 0 Louisiana State Arkansas-Monticello 1 0 2 0 Rhode Island 12 9 Presbyterian 1 0 Mid-Eastern 17 1 Antioch 11 3 Mississippi 1 0 Richmond 11 5 Winthrop 1 0 Bethune-Cookman 2 0 Ashland 5 2 Mississippi State 0 1 St. Bonaventure 14 8 Virginia Military 3 0 Coppin State 3 0 Baldwin-Wallace 15 6 South Carolina 0 2 Saint Joseph’s 16 11 Delaware State 4 0 Berea 3 0 Tennessee 3 2 Saint Louis 23 21 Big West 2 0 Florida A&M 2 0 Biscayne 6 2 Vanderbilt 0 4 Temple 6 15 Pacific 2 0 Hampton 1 0 Bliss 2 2 Xavier 82 70 Howard 1 1 Bluffton 2 1 Southern 17 5 Colonial 18 9 North Carolina A&T 1 0 Cal-Davis 1 0 Appalachian State 1 0 America East 3 0 Drexel 2 0 Rider 2 0 Cal-Hayward 1 0 Chattanooga 8 2 Boston 1 0 George Mason 2 1 South Carolina State 1 0 Cal Poly-Pomona 3 0 Citadel 2 0 Maryland-Baltimore Co. 1 0 Hofstra 1 0 Cal State-LA 1 0 Davidson 0 3 Vermont 1 0 UNC Wilmington 2 0 Missouri Valley 24 26 Capital 13 8 Furman 2 0 Old Dominion 6 4 Bradley 2 9 Cedarville 23 5 UNC Greensboro 1 0 Atlantic Coast 24 24 Towson 4 1 Creighton 7 4 Central Missouri 1 1 Western Carolina 1 0 Clemson 1 0 Virginia Commonwealth 1 3 Drake 2 1 Central State 4 0 Wofford 2 0 Duke 1 5 Evansville 7 9 Chaminade 1 0 Florida State 3 3 Conference USA 33 43 Illinois State 3 1 Charleston Southland 5 1 Georgia Tech 2 0 UAB 0 5 Northern Iowa 1 2 (WVa)(Morris Harvey) 3 0 McNeese State 2 1 Maryland 2 2 Central Florida 2 0 Wichita State 2 0 Christian Brothers 1 0 Northwestern State 0 0 Miami/Fla 7 1 East Carolina 3 0 Defiance 8 4 Lamar 2 0 North Carolina 1 1 Houston 3 4 Mountain West 4 7 Denison 5 8 North Carolina State 1 0 Marshall 6 24 Brigham Young 0 2 DePauw 1 0 Southwestern 15 3 Virginia 0 2 Memphis 12 7 Colorado State 0 1 Earlham 3 10 Alabama State 1 0 Virginia Tech 5 8 Rice 3 1 New Mexico 1 2 Gannon 1 0 Alcorn State 1 0 Wake Forest 1 2 Southern Methodist 1 2 San Diego State 2 0 Georgetown (Ky.) 0 1 Grambling 2 0 Southern Mississippi 2 0 Utah 1 1 Griffin College 1 0 Mississippi Valley 2 0 Atlantic Sun 5 0 Tulane 1 0 Wyoming 1 1 Gustavus Adolphus 5 0 Prairie View A & M 3 0 East Tennessee State 1 0 Tulsa 0 2 Hamline 1 1 Southern 2 3 Jacksonville 1 0 Northeast 17 2 Haskell 1 1 Texas Southern 4 0 Mercer 1 0 Horizon League 89 64 Central Connecticut 1 0 Heidelberg 4 3 Stetson 2 0 Butler 10 11 Fairleigh Dickinson 1 0 Huntington 5 1 Sun Belt 24 18 Cleveland State 3 3 Long Island (LIU Brooklyn) 5 1 Indiana Tech 1 0 La.-Lafayette (SW La.) 1 2 Big East 152 203 Detroit 32 28 Mount St Mary’s 2 0 John Carroll 9 6 La.-Monroe (NE La.) 2 0 Cincinnati 30 59 Loyola/Ill 33 15 St. Francis/NY 2 0 Kentucky Wesleyan 2 0 Middle Tennessee 1 0 Connecticut 2 0 Wisconsin-Milwaukee 1 0 St. Francis/Pa 5 1 Kenyon 3 2 New Mexico State 2 0 DePaul 35 34 Wright State 5 3 Wagner 1 0 Lawrence 1 0 New Orleans 4 2 Georgetown 1 2 Youngstown State 5 4 Loras 1 0 Western Kentucky 14 14 Louisville 27 39 Ohio Valley 52 12 Loyola/La. 16 1 Marquette 14 21 Ivy League 13 0 Austin Peay 3 0 Manchester 4 0 West Coast 20 3 Notre Dame 13 28 Brown 1 0 Eastern Illinois 1 0 Marietta 2 1 Loyola Marymount 5 0 Pittsburgh 1 1 Columbia 1 0 Eastern Kentucky 33 9 Missouri St. Louis 0 1 Pepperdine 4 1 Providence 5 2 Cornell 1 0 Morehead State 8 0 Mount Union 1 5 Portland 7 0 St. John’s 5 5 Dartmouth 2 0 Murray State 5 2 Muskingum 7 7 St. Mary’s/Calif 1 0 Seton Hall 6 3 Harvard 2 0 Samford 1 0 N. Jersey City San Diego 1 0 South Florida 4 2 Pennsylvania 1 0 Tennesee Tech 1 1 (Jersey City St) 1 0 San Francisco 1 1 Syracuse 1 1 Princeton 2 0 New York University 3 0 Santa Clara 1 1 Villanova 5 5 Yale 3 0 Pacific 10 10 7 Northern Kentucky 1 0 West Virginia 3 1 Arizona 1 2 Northern Michigan 2 0 Western 4 1 Metro Atlantic 40 11 Arizona State 4 0 Ohio Northern 4 2 Hawai’i 1 1 Big Ten 8 32 Canisius 18 2 California 2 1 Ohio Wesleyan 7 15 Idaho 1 0 Illinois 2 4 Fairfield 2 0 Oregon 1 0 Oklahoma City 1 0 Louisiana Tech 1 0 Iowa 0 1 Iona 4 1 UCLA 0 4 Otterbein 8 2 Utah State 1 0 Michigan 0 11 Loyola/Md 3 0 Washington 1 0 Regis 2 0 Michigan State 0 2 Manhattan 2 0 Washington State 1 0 Roanoke 1 0 Minnesota 0 2 Niagara 5 7 St. Benedict 0 1 Northwestern 2 1 Rider 2 0 Patriot 11 1 St. Joseph’s (Ind.) 4 0 Ohio State 3 6 St Peter’s 3 1 American 1 0 St. Mary’s (Texas) 1 0 Penn State 0 1 Siena 1 0 Army 2 0 Scranton 0 1 Purdue 1 3 Bucknell 1 0 Seattle 4 3 Wisconsin 0 1 Mid-American 158 135 Colgate 1 0 Tampa 4 0 Akron 10 2 Holy Cross 3 1 Thiel 0 1 Big XII 6 8 Ball State 5 1 Lafayette 1 0 Villa Madonna 1 0 Colorado 1 1 Bowling Green 15 8 Lehigh 1 0 Wabash 0 2 Iowa State 0 2 Central Michigan 3 0 Navy 1 0 Washington & Lee 1 0 Kansas 1 1 Eastern Michigan 3 0 Western Reserve 2 3 Kansas State 0 1 Kent State 9 1 Wilmington 19 17 Oklahoma 1 2 Miami/Ohio 67 61 Wittenberg 16 27 Oklahoma State 2 0 Northern Illinois 1 0 Wooster 0 1 Texas A & M 1 0 Ohio 12 20 Texas Tech 0 1 Toledo 32 18 Western Michigan 1 0

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ALL-TIME SERIES RESULTS AUBURN 3-0

Dec 29, 1965 Loyola Fieldhouse SBT W 85 71 5,000 Dec 18, 1972 UD Arena W 106 63 11,899 Nov 27, 2008 Sears Centre ot CIC W 60 59 3,087

AUSTIN PEAY 3-0

Nov 23, 1991 UD Arena W 101 94 11,525 Dec 18, 2001 UD Arena W 76 61 12,344 Nov 11, 2006 UD Arena W 78 62 12,059

BALL STATE 5-1 1920-21 1921-22 Dec 7, 1957 Dec 6, 1958 Dec 17, 2002 Jan 5, 2010

Dayton W 38 Ball State L 15 UD Fieldhouse W 58 UD Fieldhouse W 75 UD Arena W 80 UD Arena W 59

10 --25 --41 5,808 43 5,808 65 11,598 35 13,167

BETHUNE-COOKMAN 2-0

Feb 6, 1996 UD Arena W 60 59 9,876 Nov 23, 2008 UD Arena CIC W 78 38 12,687

BOSTON UNIVERSITY 1-0 Dec 29, 2009

UD Arena W 74 60 13,435

BOWLING GREEN 15-8 AKRON 10-2 Date 1936-37 1946-47 Nov 30, 1963 Jan 2, 1965 Dec 16, 1972 Dec 28, 1974 Feb 21, 1976 Feb 8, 1978 Feb 10, 1982 Dec 23, 2004 Jan 2, 2008 Dec 6, 2008

Location UD Op Att Akron L 25 31 --Goodyear Gymnasium L 48 57 --UD Fieldhouse W 85 64 5,808 UD Fieldhouse W 78 65 5,808 UD Arena W 74 66 11,579 UD Arena W 73 72 11,254 UD Arena W 71 66 10,837 UD Arena W 91 52 10,358 UD Arena W 65 53 9,551 UD Arena W 77 66 12,329 UD Arena 2ot W 83 81 12,329 Rhodes Arena W 54 50 4,059

ALABAMA 0-1 Dec 23, 1972

UD Arena

UDIT L 76 77 12,217

ALABAMA-BIRMINGHAM (UAB) 0-5 Nov 27, 1992 Jan 30, 1994 Mar 3, 1994 Jan 12, 1995 Mar 2, 1995

Sullivan Arena GAS UD Arena UAB Arena UAB Arena UD Arena

L L L L L

67 52 53 56 55

80 60 84 75 57

4,641 10,046 5,348 4,917 10,196

ALABAMA STATE 1-0 Dec 20, 1996

UD Arena W 81 50 10,684

ALCORN STATE 1-0 Feb 7, 1981

UD Arena W 94 69 10,368

AMERICAN 1-0 Dec 19, 2007

UD Arena W 63 56 12,508

APPALACHIAN STATE 1-0 Dec 21, 2009

UD Arena W 65 49 13,435

ARIZONA 1-2

Mar 13, 1951 MSG NIT W 74 68 9,630 Nov 29, 1991 Blaisdell Arena HTT L 68 84 1,500 Nov 21, 2000 Lahina Civic Center MAUI L 59 76 2,500

ARIZONA STATE 4-0 Jan 1, 1950 Dec 30, 1950 Dec 26, 1953 Dec 5, 1959

Fairgrounds Coliseum W UD Fieldhouse W UD Fieldhouse W UD Fieldhouse W

ARKANSAS 0-1 Mar 18, 1990

Erwin Center

ARKANSAS-MONTICELLO 1-0 Dec 17, 2005

ARMY 2-0

Dec 23, 1964 Dec 29, 1982

UD Arena

66 94 93 89

51 --68 5,808 65 5,808 50 5,808

NCAA L 84 86 15,884 LVHC W 63 46 11,725

UD Fieldhouse W 41 33 5,808 UD Arena UDIT W 73 52 10,312

1923-24 1923-24 1924-25 1926-27 1926-27 1927-28 1927-28 1932-33 1942-43 1945-46 1946-47 Feb 6, 1948 Feb 19, 1949 Jan 24, 1950 Dec 6, 1950 Feb 12, 1952 Feb 26, 1953 Feb 25, 1954 Dec 11, 1954 Dec 7, 1968 Dec 6, 1969 Dec 5, 1970 Dec 1, 1971

BRADLEY 2-9

Bowling Green W 30 24 --Dayton W 31 15 --Bowling Green W 30 15 --Dayton W 27 26 --Bowling Green W 38 37 --Bowling Green L 30 31 --unknown W 45 28 --Bowling Green L 22 51 --Dayton W 44 24 --Bowling Green L 37 68 --Dayton L 50 67 --at Bowling Green L 68 71 --Oakwood High L 38 56 --University Gym L 56 81 --UD Fieldhouse W 57 45 5,808 University Gym W 70 68 --UD Fieldhouse W 81 56 5,808 University Gym L 73 107 --UD Fieldhouse W 109 39 5,808 UD Fieldhouse W 81 60 5,882 UD Arena W 72 70 13,450 Anderson Arena W 72 70 5,378 UD Arena W 87 78 13,271

Jan 21, 1941 Feb 8 1946 Jan 30, 1947 Jan 17, 1948 Mar 15, 1960 Jan 13, 1986 Feb 9, 1987 Dec 30, 1987 Dec 29, 1988 Dec 30, 1989 Dec 22, 1990

Bradley L 35 Bradley L 42 Bradley L 41 Bradley L 46 MSG NIT L 64 UD Arena ot L 77 Carver Arena L 79 UD Arena L 80 Carver Arena L 86 UD Arena W 98 Carver Arena W 91

--------16,345 11,371 8,292 12,674 9,470 12,103 7,309

Mar 17, 1951 Jan 3, 1959

MSG NIT L 43 62 18,379 UD Fieldhouse L 62 70 5,808

BRIGHAM YOUNG (BYU) 0-2

BROWN 1-0 Dec 28, 1984

UD Arena

UDIT W 88 65 10,527

BUCKNELL 1-0

Nov 26, 1988 UD Arena W 69 68 10,845

BUTLER 10-11 1924-25 1925-26 Jan 3, 1979 Feb 6, 1980 Feb 4, 1981 Feb 3, 1982 Feb 9, 1983 Feb 15, 1984 Dec 11, 1985 Feb 2, 1987 Jan 11, 1988 Jan 26, 1989 Feb 25, 1989 Jan 25, 1990 Feb 22, 1990 Jan 24, 1991

Dayton L 22 28 --Butler L 12 44 --UD Arena W 73 61 10,257 Hinkle Fieldhouse L 61 62 6,790 UD Arena W 68 64 9,231 Hinkle Fieldhouse L 58 70 649 UD Arena W 75 57 8,539 Hinkle Fieldhouse W 77 76 3,807 UD Arena W 69 55 10,222 Hinkle Fieldhouse W 73 71 5,108 UD Arena L 61 62 10,722 Hinkle Fieldhouse W 55 52 1,932 UD Arena L 66 72 11,568 UD Arena W 86 62 12,102 Hinkle Fieldhouse W 88 82 2,312 Hinkle Fieldhouse L 95 100 4,311

UNIVERSITYOFDAYTON 166

45 87 81 79 78 79 90 97 104 61 81

Feb 21, 1991 Jan 25, 1992 Feb 22, 1992 Jan 23, 1993 Feb 18, 1993

UD Arena W 1 16 UD Arena L 66 Hinkle Fieldhouse L 73 UD Arena ot L 66 Hinkle Fieldhouse L 59

98 83 78 70 74

12,923 12,615 4,218 11,344 2,580

CALIFORNIA (CAL; CAL-BERKLEY) 2-1 Dec 28, 1957 Dec 22, 1973 Dec 28, 1985

Mad. Sq. Garden ot ECAC L 55 60 11,023 UD Arena UDIT W 66 62 11,512 UD Arena 1ot W 59 53 12,080

CANISIUS 18-2 Feb 8, 1953 Nov 28, 1953 Jan 5, 1955 Jan 14, 1956 Jan 8, 1957 Jan 11, 1958 Jan 28, 1959 Jan 9, 1960 Jan 4, 1961 Jan 6, 1962 Mar 6, 1963 Dec 14, 1963 Jan 27, 1965 Dec 18, 1965 Jan 25, 1967 Feb 24, 1968 Feb 18, 1981 Feb 27, 1982 Feb 8, 1985 Feb 15, 1986

UD Fieldhouse W 70 Memorial Auditorium W 79 UD Fieldhouse W 68 Memorial Auditorium W 82 UD Fieldhouse W 65 Memorial Auditorium W 47 UD Fieldhouse W 67 Memorial Auditorium W 73 UD Fieldhouse W 86 Memorial Auditorium L 68 UD Fieldhouse W 75 Memorial Auditorium W 67 UD Fieldhouse W 88 Memorial Auditorium W 70 UD Fieldhouse W 83 Memorial Auditorium W 82 UD Arena W 78 Memorial Auditorium L 76 UD Arena W 60 Niagara Falls Conv. Cent. ot W 69

43 63 54 73 58 43 54 63 63 78 64 65 72 67 59 64 56 81 52 68

5,808 --5,808 --5,808 --5,808 5,808 5,808 --5,808 --5,808 --5,882 4,110 9,281 4,112 13,455 4,200

CENTRAL CONNECTICUT STATE 1-0 Dec 27, 1993

UD Arena W 118 60 10,378

CENTRAL FLORIDA (FLORIDA TECH) 2-0 Dec 17, 1984 Dec 3, 1988

UD Arena W 71 61 9,018 UD Arena W 109 77 11,041

CENTRAL MICHIGAN 2-0

Nov 21, 2001 UD Arena W 81 65 12,643 Nov 24, 2003 Lahaina Civic Center MAUI W 82 63 2,5000 Dec 7, 2005 UD Arena W 61 36 12,018

CHARLOTTE (UNC CHARLOTTE) 5-4 Jan 5, 1978 Jan 7, 2006 Feb 4, 2006 Jan 4, 2007 Jan 17, 2007 Mar 7, 2007 Feb 6, 2008 Feb 8, 2009 Feb 10, 2010

UD Arena W UD Arena L Halton Arena L UD Arena W Halton Arena L Boardwalk Hall A-10 W UD Arena W Halton Arena L UD Arena W

61 65 49 66 59 81 69 66 75

55 73 62 63 80 63 64 79 47

11,115 12,098 9,105 11,655 6,378 4,406 12,110 5,939 12,716

CHICAGO STATE 2-0 Feb 3, 1988 Dec 19, 1995

UD Arena ot W 72 65 10,806 UD Arena W 110 76 10,127

CINCINNATI 31-59 Jan 31, 1907 Feb 10 ,1911 Feb 14, 1925 Feb 27, 1929 Jan 28, 1930 Feb 19, 1930 Dec 18, 1931 Dec 14, 1932 Dec 19, 1934 Feb 11, 1936 Mar 1, 1936 Feb 1, 1937 Feb 16, 1937 Jan 22, 1938 Feb 12, 1938 Jan 10, 1939 Feb 4, 1939 Feb 10, 1940 Feb 17, 1940 Jan 25, 1941 Feb 19, 1941 Feb 14, 1942 Jan 24, 1942 Feb 19, 1943 Jan 23, 1943 Dec 11, 1945 Jan 15, 1946 Feb 11, 1947 Jan 27, 1947 Jan 20, 1948 Feb 3, 1948

Dayton W Dayton W Schmidlapp Center W Schmidlapp Center L Dayton L Schmidlapp Center ot L Schmidlapp Center L Schmidlapp Center L Schmidlapp Center L Dayton L Schmidlapp Center L Schmidlapp Center L Dayton L Schmidlapp Center W Dayton W Schmidlapp Center L Dayton W Dayton W Schmidlapp Center L Dayton W Schmidlapp Center W unknown W Schmidlapp Center W Schmidt Fieldhouse W Dayton W Schmidlapp Center L Dayton W Dayton W Schmidlapp Center L Fairgrounds Coliseum L Schmidlapp Center L

32 49 26 12 20 35 29 34 18 23 27 29 32 32 34 27 40 42 31 43 44 42 47 47 51 28 48 45 46 43 34

6 18 25 33 24 37 37 39 49 32 39 45 35 30 28 46 27 36 41 29 37 37 39 34 34 45 37 42 58 61 68

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ALL-TIME SERIES RESULTS Jan 22, 1954 Feb 17, 1954 Jan 12, 1955 Feb 18, 1955 Dec 16, 1955 Mar 3, 1956 Dec 15, 1956 Mar 1, 1957 Mar 4, 1958 Feb 4, 1959 Jan 2, 1960 Dec 29, 1960 Jan 16, 1962 Dec 20, 1962 Feb 5, 1964 Jan 12, 1965 Jan 12, 1966 Jan 10, 1967 Dec 23, 1967 Dec 30, 1967 Feb 19, 1969 Dec 23, 1969 Feb 11, 1971 Jan 19, 1972 Jan 31, 1973 Jan 30, 1974 Feb 12, 1975 Mar 9, 1976 Jan 12, 1977 Feb 11, 1978 Feb 7, 1979 Jan 5, 1980 Dec 30, 1980 Jan 6, 1982 Jan 12, 1983 Feb 25, 1984 Jan 12, 1985 Feb 2, 1985 Jan 25, 1986 Jan 31, 1987 Jan 30, 1988 Feb 24, 1980 Feb 20, 1981 Jan 28, 1989 Dec 16, 1989 Dec 29, 1990 Feb 5, 1992 Dec 29, 1992 Jan 15, 1994 Feb 26, 1994 Jan 26, 1995 Feb 12, 1995 Dec 27, 1998 Nov 29, 2000 Nov 28, 2001 Nov 30, 2002 Dec 23, 2003 Dec 4, 2004 Nov 29, 2005 Dec 22, 2005 Mar 22, 2010

Cincinnati Gardens W 71 UD Fieldhouse W 91 UD Fieldhouse L 78 Armory Fieldhouse W 80 Armory Fieldhouse W 66 UD Fieldhouse W 71 UD Fieldhouse L 53 Armory Fieldhouse W 67 Cincinnati Gardens L 66 Cincinnati Gardens L 74 Cincinnati Gardens L 63 Cincinnati Gardens L 61 Cincinnati Gardens L 61 Cincinnati Gardens L 37 Cincinnati Gardens L 63 Cincinnati Gardens L 65 Cincinnati Gardens L 79 UD Fieldhouse L 49 Memorial Coliseum UKIT L 70 Armory Fieldhouse L 68 Armory Fieldhouse L 60 UD Arena L 62 Armory Fieldhouse W 70 UD Arena W 76 Armory Fieldhouse L 71 UD Arena W 91 Armory Fieldhouse L 68 UD Arena L 84 Riverfront Coliseum L 61 UD Arena L 40 Riverfront Coliseum L 74 UD Arena L 68 Riverfront Coliseum L 77 UD Arena L 73 Riverfront Coliseum L 49 UD Arena W 82 UD Arena W 81 Riverfront Coliseum L 62 Riverfront Coliseum L 77 UD Arena W 67 Cincinnati Gardens ot L 74 Pittsburgh Civic Arena L 71 UD Arena 3ot W 109 UD Arena W 86 Shoemaker Center L 88 UD Arena L 71 Shoemaker Center L 48 UD Arena L 55 UD Arena L 63 Shoemaker Center L 54 UD Arena L 60 Shoemaker Center L 63 Gund Arena L 51 UD Arena L 75 Shoemaker Center L 55 UD Arena W 75 Shoemaker Center L 53 UD Arena L 55 Shoemaker Center W 75 Valley High School LVHC L 63 Fifth Third Arena NIT W 81

69 66 85 69 57 58 65 63 70 96 70 71 80 44 77 76 87 62 71 82 96 64 69 60 84 79 79 85 84 42 82 69 80 77 50 60 66 83 82 64 76 85 100 80 90 75 77 65 79 93 81 116 53 82 75 69 82 65 66 81 66

7,037 5,808 5,808 6,433 7,126 5,808 5,808 7,088 15,011 9,763 11,196 7,074 11,942 8,078 8,023 6,602 11,152 5,882 11,500 6,883 5,837 13,450 5,111 13,169 5,106 13,084 7,146 12,475 17,009 13,458 8,089 12,148 7,590 11,807 5,293 11,073 13,455 10,311 10,616 13,511 7,964 4,084 10,655 12,787 8,532 13,511 11,587 13,511 13,505 13,176 13,368 13,176 15,440 13,553 12,142 13,409 13,176 13,409 9,199 1,100 6,479

(THE) CITADEL 2-0 Dec 19, 1959 Dec 9, 1989

UD Fieldhouse W 60 48 5,808 UD Arena W 97 76 11,769

CLEMSON 1-0 Dec 21, 1974

UD Arena

CLEVELAND STATE 3-3 1931-32 1932-33 Dec 16, 1995 Feb 3, 1998 Dec 18, 1999 Mar 19, 2008

UDIT W 71 69 10,203

Cleveland State L Cleveland State W Gund Arena R&R W UD Arena L CSU Convocation Center L UD Arena NIT W

36 50 68 78 60 66

39 48 60 79 75 57

----11,474 10,862 4,975 7,012

COASTAL CAROLINA 2-0 Dec 2, 1995 Dec 11, 1999

COLGATE 1-0 Jan 31, 1970

UD Arena W 80 62 10,761 UD Arena W 105 79 12,453 UD Arena W 97 82 13,450

COLORADO 1-1 Jan 8, 1986 Jan 10, 1987

UD Arena W 67 66 10,679 CU Events Center L 59 77 4,527

COLORADO STATE 0-1 Mar 7, 1969

Daniel-Meyer Coliseum L 50 52 6,500

COLUMBIA 1-0 Dec 27, 1985

UD Arena

UDIT W 57 46 11,751

CONNECTICUT 2-0

Mar 10, 1982 UD Arena ot NIT W 76 75 8,100 Nov 20, 2000 Lahina Civic Center MAUI W 80 66 2,500

COPPIN STATE 3-0

Nov 27, 2004 UD Arena W 55 42 12,011 Dec 15, 2004 UD Arena W 66 34 12,063 Dec 13, 2008 UD Arena W 73 56 12,777

CORNELL 1-0 Jan 9, 2005

UD Arena W 62 51 12,587

CREIGHTON 7-4 Feb 11, 1961 Jan 12, 1974 Jan 11, 1975 Feb 7, 1984 Feb 28, 1985 Jan 16, 1986 Dec 30, 1986 Nov 26, 2005 Dec 6, 2006 Dec 10, 2008 Nov 14, 2009

UD Fieldhouse W 98 Omaha Civic Auditorium L 62 UD Arena L 70 Omaha Civic Auditorium W 79 UD Arena W 67 Omaha Civic Auditorium W 64 UD Arena ot W 83 Qwest Center ot L 90 UD Arena W 60 Qwest Center L 59 UD Arena W 90

67 5,808 69 4,697 71 11,352 64 5,694 62 11,262 50 4,818 81 11,198 91 14,880 54 11,895 77 15,418 80 13, 435

Jan 20, 1979 Feb 9, 1980 Mar 4, 1981 Jan 9, 1982 Jan 21, 1983 Mar 12, 1983 Feb 18, 1984 Feb 22, 1984 Jan 26, 1985 Feb 6, 1985 Jan 4, 1986 Feb 1, 1986 Jan 3, 1987 Feb 7, 1987 Jan 14, 1988 Mar 1, 1988 Feb 7, 1989 Dec 20, 1989 Jan 3, 1991 Jan 3, 1994 Feb 17, 1994 Feb 5, 1995 Mar 4, 1995 Dec 30, 1996 Dec 23, 1997 Dec 30, 1998 Mar 18, 2004 Dec 1, 2004 Dec 10, 2005

UD Arena ot W 68 Alumni Hall L 63 UD Arena L 64 Rosemont Horizon L 69 Rosemont Horizon L 52 UD Arena W 80 UD Arena W 72 Rosemont Horizon L 59 UD Arena W 65 Rosemont Horizon W 67 Rosemont Horizon L 52 UD Arena W 77 UD Arena L 64 Rosemont Horizon L 65 Rosemont Horizon W 79 UD Arena L 77 UD Arena L 50 Rosemont Horizon W 86 UD Arena L 73 UD Arena L 86 Rosemont Horizon L 77 UD Arena L 71 Rosemont Horizon L 78 UD Arena W 71 Rosemont Horizon W 70 UD Arena W 70 HSBC Arena 2ot NCAA L 69 Allstate Arena L 59 UD Arena L 54

64 65 84 71 56 71 71 79 64 63 66 64 80 88 72 92 78 73 81 98 100 85 103 49 57 59 76 70 61

12,921 5,498 13,455 12,320 12,339 11,411 12,723 13,027 13,495 16,803 12,731 12,893 12,452 14,280 10,935 11,740 11,248 8,405 11,633 10,241 6,748 10,194 7,469 11,604 3,395 11,641 18,698 8,787 12,302

DARTMOUTH 2-0 Dec 28, 1962 Dec 30, 1964

UD Fieldhouse W 62 45 5,808 UD Fieldhouse W 98 70 5,808

DAVIDSON 0-3 Feb 6, 1969 Feb 21, 1972 Feb 24, 1973

MSG L 63 64 6,496 Charlotte Coliseum L 69 85 4,554 UD Arena L 67 84 12,865

DELAWARE STATE 4-0 Jan 28, 1995 Dec 7, 1996 Nov 24, 2002 Nov 19, 2008

UD Arena W UD Arena W UD Arena W UD Arena W

DEPAUL 35-34 1920-21 1928-29 Dec 8, 1956 Jan 30, 1957 Jan 4, 1958 Feb 12, 1958 Jan 10, 1959 Feb 11, 1959 Feb 17, 1960 Mar 5, 1960 Jan 7, 1961 Mar 4, 1961 Jan 27, 1962 Mar 10, 1962 Jan 19, 1963 Mar 9, 1963 Jan 18, 1964 Mar 7, 1964 Jan 16, 1965 Mar 6, 1965 Mar 13, 1965 Jan 8, 1966 Feb 26, 1966 Jan 21, 1967 Mar 4, 1967 Jan 20, 1968 Feb 17, 1968 Jan 18, 1969 Mar 1, 1969 Jan 17, 1970 Feb 21, 1970 Jan 16, 1971 Feb 20, 1971 Jan 15, 1972 Jan 27, 1973 Jan 26, 1974 Jan 25, 1975 Jan 31, 1976 Jan 22, 1977 Jan 21, 1978

70 83 65 62

unknown L 20 DePaul W 22 Alumni Hall L 59 UD Fieldhouse W 75 Alumni Hall W 69 UD Fieldhouse W 62 Alumni Hall W 62 UD Fieldhouse W 88 Alumni Hall L 66 Alumni Hall W 67 UD Fieldhouse L 64 Alumni Hall L 83 Alumni Hall 2ot W 90 UD Fieldhouse W 77 UD Fieldhouse W 57 Alumni Hall L 66 Alumni Hall L 83 UD Fieldhouse L 73 UD Fieldhouse L 59 Alumni Hall W 71 Memorial Coliseum NCAA W 75 Alumni Hall W 81 UD Fieldhouse W 76 UD Fieldhouse W 81 Alumni Hall L 79 UD Fieldhouse L 65 Alumni Hall W 70 Alumni Hall W 86 UD Fieldhouse W 63 UD Arena W 79 Alumni Hall W 74 Alumni Hall W 76 UD Arena W 92 UD Arena L 72 Alumni Hall W 82 UD Arena W 85 Alumni Hall L 80 Alumni Hall L 72 UD Arena L 67 Alumni Hall L 70

60 55 38 52

10,155 10,619 11,770 11,906

33 --18 --67 --58 5,808 60 --53 5,808 60 --69 5,808 70 --66 --75 5,808 84 --88 --61 5,808 56 5,808 68 --89 --79 5,808 63 5,808 64 4,017 69 10,500 70 4,541 73 5,808 65 5,882 84 4,362 70 5,882 58 3,017 83 3,648 57 5,882 75 13,450 63 3,920 71 3,201 60 13,150 75 12,684 74 4,212 71 11,856 86 4,260 84 3,739 74 12,180 74 5,115

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ALL-TIME SERIES RESULTS DETROIT (DETROIT MERCY) 33-28

1917-18 unknown L 15 38 --1919-20 unknown L 10 25 --1920-21 unknown L 19 27 --1924-25 unknown L 16 23 --1926-27 unknown L 26 28 --1927-28 unknown L 24 25 --1929-30 unknown L 18 29 --1929-30 unknown W 28 20 --1930-31 unknown L 22 24 --1930-31 unknown L 24 45 --1931-32 unknown L 16 29 --1932-33 Detroit L 22 34 --1934-35 Detroit L 31 36 --1936-37 Detroit L 24 45 --Jan 29, 1948 Fairgrounds Coliseum W 54 50 --Feb 7, 1948 at Detroit W 32 28 --Jan 8, 1958 UD Fieldhouse W 72 59 5,808 Mar 2, 1959 Memorial Building W 82 51 --Mar 2, 1960 UD Fieldhouse W 75 69 5,808 Jan 17, 1961 Memorial Building L 57 71 --Feb 10, 1962 UD Fieldhouse L 75 97 5,808 Feb 9, 1963 Memorial Building W 70 68 --Feb 12, 1964 UD Fieldhouse W 90 84 5,808 Jan 9, 1965 Memorial Building ot L 74 76 --Mar 5, 1966 UD Fieldhouse W 109 80 5,808 Jan 14, 1967 Memorial Building W 94 75 3,736 Jan 13, 1968 UD Fieldhouse W 86 74 5,882 Jan 11, 1969 Memorial Building W 64 62 7,723 Jan 19, 1970 UD Arena W 89 68 12,430 Jan 23, 1971 Calihan Hall W 88 77 2,517 Feb 16, 1972 UD Arena L 70 78 11,984 Jan 19, 1974 Calihan Hall ot L 72 79 4,890 Dec 9, 1974 UD Arena W 90 76 11,542 Jan 24, 1976 Calihan Hall L 70 86 5,014 Jan 15, 1977 UD Arena L 63 65 12,030 Jan 14, 1978 Calihan Hall W 73 87 8,096 Jan 31, 1981 Calihan Hall L 70 73 5,881 Jan 30, 1982 UD Arena W 68 62 11,025 Feb 16, 1983 Calihan Hall ot W 58 54 4,399 Feb 2, 1984 UD Arena ot W 82 74 9,711 Feb 13, 1985 Calihan Hall L 67 68 2,608 Dec 31, 1985 UD Arena W 67 50 10,430 Jan 15, 1987 Calihan Hall W 84 63 2,256 Jan 21, 1987 UD Arena W 74 69 10,332 Feb 6, 1988 Calihan Hall ot L 79 83 3,864 Jan 12, 1989 Calihan Hall W 74 73 4,117 Feb 9, 1989 UD Arena W 64 57 10,721 Mar 9, 1989 UD Arena MCC W 77 54 10,057 Jan 27, 1990 UD Arena W 100 80 13,511 Feb 24, 1990 Cobo Arena W 88 82 4,155 Mar 8, 1990 UD Arena MCC W 90 72 11,199 Jan 26, 1991 Cobo Arena W 82 77 3,818 Feb 2, 1991 UD Arena L 75 94 13,401 Feb 1, 1992 UD Arena W 83 71 13,120 Mar 7, 1992 Cobo Arena W 79 67 4,737 Jan 30, 1993 Cobo Arena L 70 88 7,582 Feb 25, 1993 UD Arena W 81 70 10,605 Mar 1, 1994 UD Arena W 93 62 10,230 Feb 9, 1995 Calihan Hall L 57 75 2,191 Mar 21, 2001 UD Arena NIT L 42 59 9,307 Mar 13, 2002 UD Arena NIT W 80 69 7,130

DRAKE 2-1

Dec 17, 1959 Dec 17, 1960 Jan 31, 1962

DREXEL 2-0

UD Fieldhouse W 71 54 5,808 Drake Fieldhouse L 62 73 --UD Fieldhouse W 79 74 5,808

Feb 13, 1980 Jan 29, 1983

UD Arena W 79 67 9,509 UD Arena W 82 60 10,675

DUKE 1-5 Dec 30, 1959 Dec 19, 1969 Dec 22, 1970 Mar 20, 1971 Dec 22, 1971 Dec 29, 2002

Reynolds Coliseum 3ot DC W 71 Memorial Coliseum UKIT L 67 UD Arena L 64 MSG NIT L 60 Cameron Indoor DC L 66 Cameron Indoor L 74

DUQUESNE 43-19 Jan 5, 1953 Jan 24, 1953 Jan 4, 1954 Feb 27, 1954 Dec 29, 1954 Jan 10, 1955 Feb 26, 1955 Mar 18, 1955

Campus Gym 2ot W 72 UD Fieldhouse 2ot W 68 Campus Gym L 52 UD Fieldhouse W 64 MSG ECAC L 75 Campus Gym W 68 UD Fieldhouse W 67 MSG NIT L 58

63 72 70 68 68 85

--11,500 13,458 19,102 5,300 9,314

70 66 70 54 90 67 58 70

--5,808 --5,808 16,015 --5,808 18,496

Jan 5, 1956 Feb 29, 1956 Dec 28, 1956 Jan 3, 1957 Feb 8, 1958 Jan 7, 1959 Feb 17, 1959 Jan 13, 1960 Feb 10, 1960 Jan 11, 1961 Feb 15, 1961 Jan 10, 1962 Feb 17, 1962 Feb 2, 1963 Feb 13, 1963 Jan 18, 1975 Jan 19, 1976 Feb 2, 1978 Jan 6, 1979 Feb 25, 1982 Feb 1, 1983 Dec 12, 1987 Feb 4, 1993 Mar 4, 1993 Jan 29, 1996 Feb 26, 1996 Jan 30, 1997 Feb 26, 1997 Feb 7, 1998 Feb 25, 1998 Jan 23, 1999 Feb 17, 1999