Dayton stayed perfect at home and kept a grip on first place in the Atlantic 10, beating St. Bonaventure 75-61 at UD Arena on Saturday afternoon.
The Flyers (19-5, 9-3) improved to 13-0 at home this season. They’ve won 18 straight games at UD Arena, a streak stretching back to last season.
Dayton played the entire second half with six players because Kendall Pollard left the game at halftime after banging his head into a St. Bonaventure player. The Flyers had only five players for the last couple of minutes after Bobby Wehrli fouled out.
Jordan Sibert led Dayton with 24 points. Dyshawn Pierre scored 15. Kyle Davis had 13, and Scoochie Smith scored 10.