Thursday, February 6, 2003
Dayton 76, Duquesne 75
PITTSBURGH - D.J. Stelly had 18 points as Dayton held off a second-half rally by Duquesne for a 76-75 win Wednesday.
Duquesne came back from a 14-point deficit and had the ball trailing by one point with 13.2 seconds left. But the Dukes (7-15, 1-8 Atlantic 10) could not get off a good shot against Dayton's defense, and Kevin Forney missed a last-second shot to seal the Flyer's victory.
Dayton (16-3, 8-0) extended its winning streak to nine.
Sean Finn had 15 points for the Flyers, Ramod Marshall contributed 11 and Brooks Hall had 10 points.
Dayton was 8-for-19 from three-point range, while Duquesne shot 3-for-10 beyond the arc.
Bryant McAllister tied his career high with 19 points for the Dukes. Elijah Palmer had 15 points and Kevin Forney 14. Simplice Njoya added 13 points for the Dukes and Brad Midgley had 11.
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