The Seton Hall Pirates snapped a three-game winning streak by the Dayton Flyers on Wednesday night in Dayton with a 69-64 win.
The Pirates were on point offensively throughout the game, shooting 54.0 % from the field. Their sharp shooting allowed them to win on the road while grabbing just a single offensive rebound. Patrick Auda led four Pirates in double digits scoring with 18 points.
Dayton was led by forward Chris Johnson, who scored 16 points, forward Josh Benson, who added 14 points, and guard Kevin Dillard, who chipped in with 14 points.
Seton Hall, 10-1, won for the seventh straight time in its first true road game of the season. Meanwhile, Dayton dropped its first home game of the year, falling to 5-1 at home and 8-3 overall.
The Flyers stay at home for their fifth of seven straight games at University of Dayton Arena when they take on the 4-7 UIC Flames on Friday.