Three more Dayton Flyers men’s basketball games have sold out, UD announced Friday. That brings the total number of sellouts to eight, tying the single-season school record set last season and in UD Arena’s first season (1969-70).
Dayton announced the games against VCU (Jan. 14), Duquesne (Feb. 22) and Davidson (Feb. 28) are sold out.
There are limited tickets available for the next game at 7 p.m. Tuesday against Houston Baptist. There are also limited tickets available for these home games: Dec. 23 against Grambling State, Feb. 1 against Fordham and March 7 against George Washington.
Dayton sold out its first two games, drawing 13,407 fans to home games against Indiana State and Charleston Southern. It was the first time in UD Arena history Dayton sold out two regular-season games in November. Two years ago, in November, it sold out an exhibition game against Ohio Dominican and then the home opener against Ball State.
Prior to the season, Dayton announced three games had sold out: St. Bonaventure (Jan. 22), Saint Louis (Feb. 8) and Rhode Island (Feb. 11).
Dayton (5-1) left Maui on Thursday, flew to Denver and landed in Cincinnati on Friday afternoon.
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