A 6-foot-7 forward from Long Island Lutheran High School, Policelli saw limited minutes in 20 games. He averaged 0.9 points in 4.8 minutes per game. He scored a season-high eight points in 19 minutes against Fordham on Jan. 26. He did not appear in either postseason game against Saint Louis in the Atlantic 10 Conference tournament or Colorado in the NIT.
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Policelli's decision means Dayton has two scholarships open and 11 filled for the 2019-20 season. He's the second Flyer to leave the program since the end of the season in March. Sophomore guard Jordan Davis transferred to Middle Tennessee State.
Policelli is the sixth Dayton player to transfer in the last two seasons. Sam Miller (Charleston), Xeyrius Williams (Akron), John Crosby (Delaware State) and Jordan Pierce (Odessa College) left the program in 2018.
Policelli signed with Dayton in April 2018. Dayton planned to redshirt him, but the season-ending injury suffered by Jhery Matos in the sixth game of the season forced Policelli into action. He made his season debut Nov. 30 against Mississippi State but never got consistent playing time and only saw double-figure minutes twice.