Going into this season, people saw a young Loyola men’s basketball team which had just lost three of its top four scorers. It was predicted to finish seventh in the Missouri Valley Conference (MVC) preseason poll, and it looked like a rebuilding year.
What has two sleeves and a front row seat to every Loyola men’s basketball game? Head coach Porter Moser’s jacket. The infamous clothing item, which takes the brute of the Moser’s stress and constantly takes a beating by being thrown behind the team’s bench after bad calls or missteps during basketball games, is now speaking.
The team’s a confidence far from what an observer would expect from a 2-21 team.
Moser’s style is to pull a player immediately after a mistake, a strategy which can, and probably has, ruined a player’s confidence.
The Loyola men’s volleyball team is currently tied for third in the MIVA rankings but its toughest tests are still ahead.
Results: Feb. 12 at Indiana State University (53-32 L) What went down: Both the Ramblers and the Sycamores came out strong in the first quarter. While Indiana State racked up nine points within the first …
I bet head coach Porter Moser would approve my message.
After losing six seniors to graduation and the unexpected exit of junior forward Brody Kraussel, the Loyola men’s soccer team looks to move forward and focus on its spring season with a new assistant coach and recruits.