Dayton (17-2, 6-0) still hasn’t lost in regulation this season; still hasn’t lost in Atlantic 10 play; still hasn’t been on the short end of the scoreboard since Dec. 21.
More than halfway through the regular season, the Dayton Flyers still haven’t lost a game in regulation. They have ascended to No. 7 in the Associated Press Top 25 poll, making them the A-10’s highest-ranked program since Xavier held the seventh spot for a week in December 2008. Obi Toppin is a projected lottery pick.
Jeenathan Williams averaged 22.0 points in Buffalo’s two wins this past week. Williams, who has now scored in double figures in nine straight games, scored a career-high 26 points in UB’s win over Ohio on Tuesday…
Virginia Commonwealth jumped out to a 29-8 lead and led wire-to-wire, eventually defeating Bonaventure 91-63.
Barrett then dished out two more assists on NYU’s next two possessions, assisting a Brooklyn Shelton layup and a Lauren Koyama triple to regain a six point lead.
Junior Ryan Algier (Fairport) also chipped in with eight points on a perfect 4-4 from the field and four rebounds.
Hobart first-year Daniel Cook (Pittsford Mendon) produced 12 points and six rebounds.
The power of the underclassmen made an appearance in the Golden Eagles matchup, with strong performances by Erin Radack and Chelsea Henry (Greece Athena).
Juniors Stephen Gabel (Fairport) and Kevin Underwood each recorded double-doubles for the Golden Flyers, who led 42-32 at halftime.
The Golden Flyers got 23 points apiece from Rachel Benedict (Brockport) and Jadyn Abrams as well as a season-high 13 points off the bench from senior Erica Bradley, who helped Nazareth stay close with three second-half three-pointers.