UMass Minutemen will host the Atlantic 10 seas, the Dayton Flyers on Tuesday, at the William D. Mullins Memorial Center.
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Dayton vs UMass Preview
At three remaining regular season days, the Flyers (18 to 9, 9 to 5 in A 10) have a one-game lead over three teams for third place in the conference; The first four teams will be released in the first two rounds of the tournament at 14, which will determine the championship and automatic league bid for the NCAA tournament.
In their last game, Dayton avenged his defeat at St. Louis on Feb. 5, beating the Billikens 70-62 at home. First-year striker Obi Toppin scored 10 rebounds, a top in the team, adding 11 points and four assists.
"The lesson from this first game was the physical presence we had to bring and the toughness we needed to win, and I thought our guys had really done it tonight," said Lt. Dayton head coach Anthony Grant, according to Dayton Daily News.
On Saturday, UMass (10-17, 3-11) ended a run of two consecutive wins, overcoming a 17-point deficit to defeat St. Joseph's 80-79.
Second-minute student Carl Pierre scored 21 points on 7 of 13 attempts, moving closer to the winner of the game with 2.7 seconds to go.
"Carl Pierre has grown up," said Minutemen head coach Matt McCall, according to The Massachusetts Daily Collegian. "He grew up. He worries, and I said it a thousand times at the press conference, he embodies everything we want this program to be about, whether word or conference. His work ethic, his competitiveness, his appreciation of being here. "
Dayton and UMass met in Ohio on January 13th. The match was tied with less than two minutes before the Flyers moved away for a 72-67 win.
"I thought it was a hotly contested game today," said Grant, according to the Dayton Daily News. "Both teams competed at a high level. We talked about it before the game saying it would be this type of game. I say it all the time. Everyone in the pre-season said when we look through the A-10, it's a year when anything can happen in the league, and obviously, UMass has a record of 0 to 2 in conference, but they have been there all year long. We knew it would be a battle. "
Keon Clergeot, UMass's second-guard, scored the 10 points scored in the space of four minutes early in the second half, as the Minutemen tried their luck.
"I thought about it [Clergeot] was great, "said McCall, according to The Massachusetts Daily Collegian. "Keon's particularity is that he always brings incredible energy, no matter the circumstances, and I'm really proud of his efforts. That's why he's in the lineup – he's aiming for the right things and wants to play and compete at a high level, and he's going to continue to grow and play an important role in this program. "