George Washington Vs. Dayton Final Score: Colonials Pounded In 75-59 Loss

The George Washington Colonials will have to wait until next year to snap their now eight year losing streak on the road to Dayton, as the Flyers took out George Washington 75-59 on Saturday afternoon. The Colonials trailed by 11 points at halftime and just couldn't recover from that deficit. Dayton continued to pound on the points in the second half to walk away with another win.

George Washington ended the season on a two-game losing streak now losing nine of their last eleven games. Tony Taylor picked up 17 points while Lasan Kromah added 16 points. Off the bench David Pellom led George Washington in scoring with 18 points, nearly picking up a double-double grabbing nine rebounds on the day.

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