After a hot start to its season the Loyola softball team started its MVC season by getting swept 3-0 by Evansville.
The Loyola men’s golf team is still trying to warm up after a four month hiatus during the winter.
The selection committee is notorious for using its trademark ideology — who do you play and who did you beat — when deciding who is gets to punch a ticket in and who is left behind.
After falling short against Bradley University in the first round of the Missouri Valley Conference (MVC) tournament on March 9, the Loyola women’s basketball team’s (2-28, 1-17) rough season came to an end.
There are plenty of reasons the men’s and women’s basketball teams each lost their first game of their conference tournaments. One could argue that all the reasons were on the court. But I can’t help but wonder what could’ve happened if the Ramblers had more fans to cheer for them.
The Loyola men’s basketball team (18-14, 8-10) knew it had its work cut out for itself going into this season. The Ramblers had just lost three of their top four scorers to graduation and had brought 11 newcomers to the scene.
The more things change, the more they stay the same, and that was true by the end of this year’s Missouri Valley Conference (MVC) season. After a dominant regular season earned it the No. 1 …
The Loyola men’s basketball team’s season ended in a disappointing game against the Southern Illinois Salukis.