1968–69 Dayton Flyers men's basketball team

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1968–69 Dayton Flyers men's basketball
NCAA Men's Division I Tournament, First Round
ConferenceIndependent
1968–69 record20–7
Head coachDon Donoher
Home stadiumThomas J. Frericks Center
Seasons
← 1967–68
1968–69 NCAA University Division men's basketball independents standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   PCT     W   L   PCT
No. 16 [[{{{school}}}|Boston College]]       24 4   .857
[[{{{school}}}|Rutgers]]       21 4   .840
No. 14 Marquette       24 5   .828
No. 12 [[{{{school}}}|New Mexico State]]       24 5   .828
No. 9 [[{{{school}}}|Duquesne]]       21 5   .808
No. 10 [[{{{school}}}|Villanova]]       21 5   .808
No. 8 St. John's       23 6   .793
Dayton       20 7   .741
No. 17 Notre Dame       20 7   .741
[[{{{school}}}|Seattle]]       20 8   .714
[[{{{school}}}|Colorado State]]       17 7   .708
[[{{{school}}}|Jacksonville]]       17 7   .708
[[{{{school}}}|St. Bonaventure]]       17 7   .708
[[{{{school}}}|Florida State]]       18 8   .692
[[{{{school}}}|West Texas State]]       18 8   .692
[[{{{school}}}|Holy Cross]]       16 8   .667
[[{{{school}}}|Oklahoma City]]       18 9   .667
[[{{{school}}}|Saint Francis (PA)]]       16 8   .667
[[{{{school}}}|Southern Illinois]]       16 8   .667
[[{{{school}}}|Fordham]]       17 9   .654
[[{{{school}}}|Army]]       18 10   .643
[[{{{school}}}|Texas Western]]       16 9   .640
[[{{{school}}}|Detroit]]       16 10   .615
[[{{{school}}}|Houston]]       16 10   .615
Penn State       13 9   .591
[[{{{school}}}|Boston University]]       14 10   .583
[[{{{school}}}|Miami (FL)]]       14 10   .583
[[{{{school}}}|Providence]]       14 10   .583
[[{{{school}}}|NYU]]       12 9   .571
[[{{{school}}}|DePaul]]       14 11   .560
[[{{{school}}}|Northern Illinois]]       13 11   .542
[[{{{school}}}|Virginia Tech]]       14 12   .538
[[{{{school}}}|Creighton]]       13 13   .500
Georgetown       12 12   .500
[[{{{school}}}|Hardin–Simmons]]       13 13   .500
[[{{{school}}}|Georgia Tech]]       12 13   .480
[[{{{school}}}|Tulane]]       12 14   .462
[[{{{school}}}|West Virginia]]       12 14   .462
[[{{{school}}}|Air Force]]       11 13   .458
[[{{{school}}}|Niagara]]       11 13   .458
[[{{{school}}}|Colgate]]       11 14   .440
[[{{{school}}}|Butler]]       11 15   .423
[[{{{school}}}|Loyola (IL)]]       9 14   .391
[[{{{school}}}|Fairfield]]       10 16   .385
[[{{{school}}}|Xavier]]       10 16   .385
[[{{{school}}}|Syracuse]]       9 16   .360
[[{{{school}}}|Utah State]]       9 17   .346
[[{{{school}}}|Centenary]]       9 18   .333
[[{{{school}}}|Navy]]       7 14   .333
[[{{{school}}}|Pan American]]       8 17   .320
[[{{{school}}}|Canisius]]       7 16   .304
St. Francis       7 16   .304
[[{{{school}}}|Loyola (LA)]]       5 19   .208
[[{{{school}}}|Pittsburgh]]       4 20   .167
[[{{{school}}}|Portland]]       3 23   .115
[[{{{school}}}|Denver]]       2 24   .077
Rankings from AP Poll

The 1989–90 Dayton Flyers men's basketball team represented the University of Dayton during the 1968–69 College men's basketball season.

Roster[edit]

1968–69 Dayton Flyers men's basketball team
Players Coaches
Pos. # Name Height Weight Year Hometown
F 12 Ken May 6 ft 5 in (1.96 m) 210 lb (95 kg) So Dayton, Ohio
Head coach
  • Don Donoher
Assistant coach(es)

Legend
  • (C) Team captain
  • (S) Suspended
  • (I) Ineligible
  • (W) Walk-on
  • Injured Injured
  • Redshirt Current redshirt

Schedule[edit]

Date
time, TV
Rank# Opponent# Result Record Site
city, state
November 30
Baldwin-Wallace  89–59  1–0
Thomas J. Frericks Center 
Dayton, Ohio
December 4
Gannon  91–71  2–0
Thomas J. Frericks Center 
Dayton, Ohio
December 7
Bowling Green State  81–60  3–0
Thomas J. Frericks Center 
Dayton, Ohio
December 9
Portland  95–66  4–0
Thomas J. Frericks Center 
Dayton, Ohio
December 11
at Miami (OH)  83–55  5–0
Millett Hall 
Oxford, Ohio
December 14
at Louisville  69–84  5–1
Freedom Hall 
Louisville, Kentucky
December 21
Providence  90–63  6–1
Thomas J. Frericks Center 
Dayton, Ohio
December 23
Loyola Marymount  83–58  7–1
Thomas J. Frericks Center 
Dayton, Ohio
December 28
Eastern Kentucky  85–76  8–1
Thomas J. Frericks Center 
Dayton, Ohio
December 31
at St. Louis  67–56  9–1
St. Louis Arena 
St. Louis, Missouri
January 4
at Xavier  55–59  9–2
Schmidt Fieldhouse 
Cincinnati, Ohio
January 11
at Detroit  64–62  10–2
Calihan Hall 
Detroit, Michigan
January 15
Louisville  69–67  11–2
Thomas J. Frericks Center 
Dayton, Ohio
January 18
at DePaul  86–83  12–2
Alumni Hall 
 
January 20
Western Kentucky  65–70  12–3
Thomas J. Frericks Center 
Dayton, Ohio
January 25
Miami (OH)  67–54  13–3
Thomas J. Frericks Center 
Dayton, Ohio
January 27
Xavier  72–64  14–3
Thomas J. Frericks Center 
Dayton, Ohio
February 1
Niagara  100–70  15–3
Thomas J. Frericks Center 
Dayton, Ohio
February 6
vs. Davidson  63–64  15–4
 
 
February 8
at Loyola (IL)  70–69  16–4
Alumni Gym 
 
February 13
at Rice  58–55  17–4
Tudor Fieldhouse 
Houston, Texas
February 15
at Florida State  71–79  17–5
Tully Gymnasium 
 
February 19
at Cincinnati  60–96  17–6
Armory Fieldhouse 
Cincinnati, Ohio
February 22
Chattanooga  61–58  18–6
Thomas J. Frericks Center 
Dayton, Ohio
February 26
Morehead State  75–63  19–6
Thomas J. Frericks Center 
Dayton, Ohio
March 1
DePaul  63–57  20–6
Thomas J. Frericks Center 
Dayton, Ohio
NCAA Tournament
March 8
vs. Colorado State
Frist round
 50–52  20–7
Daniel-Meyer Coliseum 
Fort Worth, Texas
*Non-conference game. #Rankings from AP Poll. (#) Tournament seedings in parentheses.

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References[edit]

  1. "1968–69 Dayton Flyers Schedule and Results". College Basketball at Sports-Reference.com.


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