Men's Basketball

“I think I would change places with Jerry, when the chances were ‘Whose eternal salvation are you going to take, yours or his?’” Jack Egan, former Rambler men’s basketball player and friend of Jerry Harkness …

Sports

As normal full-length schedules return to Loyola sports after last year’s abbreviated seasons, another piece of normalcy is also returning to Rambler fall home games — fans. During the first year of the COVID-19 pandemic, …

Women's Soccer

Forcing the Badgers into double overtime during a hard-fought battle at Loyola Soccer Park, the Loyola women’s soccer team (3-0-1) held on against its Big Ten opponents Sept. 2, tying University of Wisconsin-Madison 0-0. This …

Sports Columns

I have feared the transfer window through all my years as a soccer fan, the ever-present anxiety that your favorite team could be ripped apart in a matter of days. However, even though those tumultuous …

Women's Volleyball

After being postponed from the fall due to COVID-19 concerns, the Loyola women’s volleyball team capped off its spring 2021 season with its first-ever trip to the Missouri Valley Conference (MVC) Championship. Now, the team …

Men's Soccer

Coming back into action after a Missouri Valley Conference (MVC) championship loss four months ago, the Loyola men’s soccer team is ready to get back to work in the fall 2021 season.  Head coach Neil …

Men's Basketball

Jerry Harkness, a civil rights activist and the captain of the 1963 Loyola men’s basketball national championship team, died Aug. 24 at age 81, Loyola athletics officials confirmed in a press release.  Harkness led the …

Women's Soccer

With fans back cheering in the stands of Loyola Soccer Park, the Loyola women’s soccer team (2-0-0) secured a 3-0 win in its regular season home opener against Southern Illinois University Edwardsville Aug. 22. Junior …