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Around the Horizon League; Butler exits

Around the Horizon League; Butler exits
Brad Stevens and Butler have been granted their wish to depart from the Horizon League and enter the Atlantic 10 and will do so a year earlier than expected. This transition will have immediate ramifications throughout the Horizon League and directly with the 2012-13 Loyola Ramblers. Stevens out, Moser in? Can you envision Loyola head... Read more »

Loyola Ramblers fall 78-69 to Milwaukee Panthers in regular season finale

Loyola Ramblers fall 78-69 to Milwaukee Panthers in regular season finale
GENTILE ARENA — The Loyola Ramblers concluded the 2011-12 season with a loss to the Milwaukee Panthers 78-69 at the Gentile Arena today. The loss caps off a 7-22 overall record for the Ramblers which included only one Horizon League win. Milwaukee, on the other hand, has a bright road ahead finishing 19-12 overall and... Read more »

Ramblers give Butler Bulldogs a run at Hinkle Fieldhouse, but lose 63-57

Ramblers give Butler Bulldogs a run at Hinkle Fieldhouse, but lose 63-57
The fact that Loyola was in a serious contest against Horizon League powerhouse Butler late on the road is good enough for me. The fact that they were withing two possessions of pulling out  a win at the historic Hinkle Fieldhouse for the third time in just a few years amazed me. Brad Stevens and his Bulldogs... Read more »
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Loyola Ramblers - UIC Flames Gameday: Horizon League Game of the Week

Loyola Ramblers - UIC Flames Gameday: Horizon League Game of the Week
Loyola Ramblers vs UIC Flames Gentile Arena — Chicago,IL February 11, 2012 The moment we all have been waiting for is here. Well, maybe this game shouldn’t be hyped up too much considering it’s comprised of the two worst teams in the Horizon League, but regardless, Chicago college basketball is back in Rogers Park and... Read more »

Gentile Arena stacking up to be tops in Horizon League

Gentile Arena stacking up to be tops in Horizon League
Midway through the 2011-12 Loyola Ramblers season visiting schools are continuously taking delight in the newly renovated Gentile Arena. The finalization of the court concluded Phase Two of the 100 million dollarreimagine campaign Loyola University Chicago has embarked on. Phase One comprised of erecting the state-of-the-art Norville Center for Intercollegiate Athletics. The Norville Center also houses the Gentile Arena in... Read more »

Chicago rivalry still present with Loyola and UIC

Chicago rivalry still present with Loyola and UIC
Two teams. One city. UIC and Loyola squared off in not only an intra-conference match, but in an intra-city rivalry as well. The two Chicago schools met Saturday afternoon at the UIC Pavilion both looking to improve upon their poor season records, but also to give Chicago college basketball fans a nice treat. The game... Read more »
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Horizon League leading Cleveland State pummels Loyola, 69-48

Horizon League leading Cleveland State pummels Loyola, 69-48
Trey Harmon led a Cleveland State Viking rout Saturday, paving the way to a Loyola beat down and pushing his Horizon League leading team record to 14-3 overall and 4-1 in conference play. The Ramblers on the other hand, move to 5-11 on the year, and win-less in Horizon League action. Porter Moser should be... Read more »

Porter rounds up his Ramblers to take on the Youngstown StatePenguins

Porter rounds up his Ramblers to take on the Youngstown StatePenguins
First year head coach Porter Moser inherited a talented, not so athletic young Loyola team. On the verge of catastrophe after four losses to open up the season campaign, Porter got his Ramblers back on track and focused on picking up the pace for a successful and ultimately, winning season. Coming home to the Gentile... Read more »

Ramblers surge late, win fourth straight; Loyola bests Canisius, 59-45

Ramblers surge late, win fourth straight; Loyola bests Canisius, 59-45
The Ramblers were able to withstand a big Golden Griffin run, and complete a stellar ten minute final performance to pull out their fourth straight victory and improve their record to 5-7. Once again, Ben Averkamp was the star for Loyola, reaching double figure’s for the seventh time in the past eight games. Walt Gibler... Read more »
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Ramblers head north to play Canisius; Going for fourth straight win

Ramblers head north to play Canisius; Going for fourth straight win
Loyola has picked up some steam of late winning their past three contests and now look to extend their streak to four against their final non-conference opponent of the year, Canisius College. Canisius is small Jesuit school out in Buffalo, New York also marks the third Jesuit opponent Loyola has faced this year, both of... Read more »