Scoochie Smith added 10 points as the Flyers (4-1) hit 27 of 52 shots for 51.9 percent, including half of their 16 3-point attempts. Dyshawn Pierre, who had been the only Flyer to score in double figures this season, had just four points.
Dayton held UIC to 15-of-54 shooting for 27.8 percent in holding an opponent to the fewest points in Flyers coach Archie Miller's four seasons. The Flyers are 15-0 the past two seasons and 4-0 this season when holding opponents to fewer than 60.
The Flames (2-5) had one player score in double figures, Jake Wiegand, with 11.
Leading 27-16 at halftime, the Flyers outscored the Flames 24-4 to open the second half.