David Jablonski, Dayton Daily News

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Dayton Daily News

Columbus, OH, United States

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Past articles by David:

A-10 notes: VCU dominates Saint Louis to earn seventh title game appearance

No. 1 seed VCU improves to 7-0 in A-10 tournament semifinal games; “You just go compete,” coach says → Read More

Dayton survives late Saint Joseph’s comeback and reaches A-10 semifinals

BROOKLYN, N.Y. — The Dayton Flyers survived and advanced — victory not assured until the final seconds. → Read More

Dayton vs. George Mason: What to know about Saturday’s game

Dayton Flyers play at Massachusetts for first time in three years. → Read More

Dayton vs. UMass: What to know about Wednesday’s game

Dayton Flyers play at Massachusetts for first time in three years. → Read More

Newsletter: Unpredictable season rolls on for Dayton

Newsletter: Unpredictable season rolls on for Dayton → Read More

Newsletter: Flyers hit another low point

Prior to the Rhode Island game, you could have argued, “Well, at least Dayton hasn’t lost to a losing team.” Everyone Dayton has lost to is on the right side of .500 except Rhode Island, which is 7-13. First-year Rhode Island coach Archie Miller never had a losing record, even for a day, in six seasons at Dayton. He has had a losing record every day during his first season with the Rams. His… → Read More

Dayton’s list of heartbreaking losses to VCU grows by one

On his postgame radio show, Virginia Commonwealth coach Mike Rhoades said, “I love close games.” → Read More

Dayton women off to 1-0 start in A-10 with victory at George Mason

The Dayton Flyers women’s basketball team has won two games in a row after an 0-10 start. → Read More

Dayton vs. Wyoming: What to know about Saturday’s game

Who: Dayton (6-5) vs. Wyoming (5-5). → Read More

‘They just played harder than us’ — Dayton’s season takes another dark turn with 28-point loss

BLACKSBURG, Va. — Virginia Tech fans bounce around to the tune of Metallica’s “Enter Sandman” before every home game, whether they’re at Lane Stadium for a football game or Cassell Coliseum for a basketball game. → Read More

Newsletter: ‘Hard times’ for Dayton at Battle 4 Atlantis

That doesn’t mean it’s going to be a good experience on the court for the fans and teams. One team will go home winless from the Battle 4 Atlantis, and it’s going to be the Dayton Flyers or Brigham Young, who meet in the seventh-place game at 3:30 p.m. Friday. Losses to Wisconsin and N.C. State on back-to-back days have put Dayton in a tough situation. A win Friday would be a small consolation… → Read More

Dayton vs. BYU: What to know about today’s game

Who: Dayton (3-3) vs. Brigham Young (3-3). → Read More

UD teases Thursday announcement about school colors

In December 1994, Mark Minardi wrote a letter to the editor that appeared in the Dayton Daily News under the headline, “UD’s replacement of traditional color leaves alumnus, Flyer fan blue.” → Read More

Women’s basketball: Dayton falls at Providence in opener

The Dayton Flyers lost 69-60 at Providence on Monday in the first game for head coach Tamika Williams-Jeter. → Read More

Dayton season preview: Top 10 memorable openers of past 35 years

Ten season openers to remember from past 30 seasons of Dayton basketball → Read More

‘Dayton got a good one’ — UD recruit’s high school coaches praise his versatility, high motor

Jaiun Simon got to see it all on his visit to the University of Dayton the weekend of Oct. 15. → Read More

Dayton season preview: A closer look at recruiting during Anthony Grant’s tenure

Dayton Flyers: A closer look at recruiting during Anthony Grant’s tenure → Read More

Dayton’s scoring streak ends at 501 games with shutout loss at Butler

A scoring streak that started 46 years ago for the Dayton Flyers football team ended Saturday in Indianapolis. → Read More

Breaking down best and worst of Reds’ 100-loss season

The 2022 season officially ended around 7:30 p.m. Wednesday for the Cincinnati Reds, who hit the 100-loss milestone for the second time in their history and the first time since 1982 with a 15-2 loss to the Chicago Cubs at Great American Ball Park. → Read More

Scoochie Smith finds new team in Europe

Former Dayton Flyers point guard Scoochie Smith will spend his sixth season in professional basketball in Poland. → Read More