Dayton Rumors & News

  • Antetokounmpo's brother commits to Dayton

    The Score "Dayton became a little more freaky Friday, as Kostas Antetokounmpo - the younger brother of Milwaukee Bucks star Giannis, announced his commitment to the Flyers." June 23

  • Charles Cooke to return to Dayton Flyers

    Dayton Daily News "Charles Cooke will return to the Dayton Flyers for his senior season and withdraw his name from consideration for the NBA Draft, UD announced Tuesday. Cooke, a 6-foot-5 guard from Trenton, N.J., led the Flyers in scoring with 15.6 points per game. He announced April 21 he would submit his name..." May 24

  • Dayton Flyers center Steve McElvene dies at 20

    Dayton Daily News "University of Dayton basketball player Steve McElvene died Thursday at 20, UD announced. The Allen County (Ind.) Coroners Office confirmed the news, and a spokesman said McElvene died at 11:19 a.m. An investigation is ongoing, and autopsy results are expected this afternoon. McElvene was a..." May 12

  • Dayton's Charles Cooke to test NBA draft waters

    The Score "Dayton guard Charles Cooke is declaring for the NBA draft, but won't hire an agent, the team announced Thursday. "Charles and I have discussed the new legislation regarding the 2016 NBA Draft Combine and early entrant opportunity, and I support him entering his name into the 2016 NBA Draft,"..." April 22

  • Dayton extends head coach Archie Miller through 2023

    The Score "Sean Miller isn't leaving Arizona, and his brother Archie isn't leaving his post either. Dayton announced Wednesday that it has signed its head coach to a contract extension that will keep him with the Flyers through 2023. Financial terms of the new deal were not disclosed, but Miller did..." March 23

  • Syracuse makes statement in rout of Dayton

    The Sports Xchange "ST. LOUIS -- Why is Syracuse in the field? How does a team lose five of its last six and still make it? What was the selection committee thinking? The Orange answered everyone's questions Friday with a dominant second half in a first round Midwest Region beatdown of Dayton. Freshman..." March 18

  • St. Bonaventure upsets No. 15 Dayton

    The Sports Xchange "DAYTON, Ohio -- University of Dayton Arena is among the toughest environments for visiting teams. Typically, when the hometown Flyers are on the verge of a run, the crowd's energy carries them through. On Saturday afternoon, St. Bonaventure found an antidote in sophomore guard Jaylen..." February 20

  • Saint Joseph's upsets No. 15 Dayton

    The Sports Xchange "PHILADELPHIA -- The Saint Joseph's Hawks haven't been ranked since Jameer Nelson was in uniform. But that could very well change next week. The Hawks picked up their best win of the season Wednesday night, knocking off the No. 15 Dayton Flyers 79-70 at Hagan Arena. The win propelled the..." February 17