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Wichita State shakes off Dayton, 64-58 - Mar 18, 2017


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NCAA tournament flash: Wichita State can play a little defense, too. Just ask the stunned Flyers. The Shockers' powerful offense stalled out until the closing minutes, but their defense carried them through to a 64-58 victory over Dayton on Friday night in the South Regional. Make it 16 consecutive wins for the Shockers (31-4), who brought their reputation for piling up the points on the way to Indianapolis, along with the feeling that they'd been slighted by their No. 10 seed. They made the gritty plays in a game lacking style points. 'It was definitely something a little brand new to us from what we've seen in the Missouri Valley,' said Zach Brown (6'6''-F-95), who had 12 points, including a late three-pointer. 'But I don't know - we've just grinded it out. It was a tough game.' And they were the tougher team. Dayton (24-8) came in with a wealth of experience, playing in its school-record fourth consecutive NCAA tournament. The Flyers start three seniors and have five overall, with a lot of shared tournament moments. This one ranks at the bottom. The seventh-seeded Flyers were held to a season low in points and shot a season-low 31% from the field. They also got rebounded, 48-29, and had eight shots swatted away. 'Of course you've got to give them credit because they're the ones defending, but I think it's more about us,' said point guard Scoochie Smith (6'2''-G-94), who had 25 points. 'We just had to step up and make shots, and a lot of people on our team couldn't get their shots to fall, couldn't get a flow.' Brown's 3-pointer put Wichita State up 51-45 with 5:38 left, the biggest lead by either team up to that point, and Dayton never threatened again. Landry Shamet (6'4''-G-97) led the Shockers with 13 points. The Shockers haven't lost a game since Jan. 14, going two months with nothing but postgame high-fives. They have relied on their offense to carry them, averaging 82.1 points a game. Feeling slighted by their tournament seed, they showed they're more than a one-trick team. 'All in all, it was a big grind,' Brown said. 'And I'm proud, proud of everybody.'
Courtesy of: latimes.com   




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