Loyola University Chicago’s head men’s basketball coach, Porter Moser, who took the team last year to its first Final Four appearance since 1963, and his wife, Megan, on Friday sold their eight-bedroom, 3,670-square-foot house in Wilmette for $1.38 million.
A Naperville native, Moser, 50, has had great success turning around Loyola’s program since he became head coach in 2011. In 2012, he and his wife paid $1.25 million to buy the house, which at that time was newly built.
Bob Goldsborough is a freelance reporter.
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