Club Sports

Club sports may not receive the same attention or funding as Division I sports, but it still provides an opportunity for student-athletes to showcase their athletic ability.  Two of Loyola’s club teams, football and men’s …

Sports

In 2012, Loyola’s then-president, the Rev. Michael Garanzini S.J. floated an intriguing idea: reestablish a formal football program for the school. “I would add football,” he wrote in an email to The Phoenix that year. …

Club Sports

The Loyola women’s club ice hockey team (9-4-1) won its first conference championship Feb. 27 since joining the American Collegiate Hockey Association (ACHA) in 2014.

Club Sports

Even though Loyola doesn’t have a collegiate-level football team, students are still finding a way to play the sport through Intramural flag football. Intramural teams are formed weeks before the season starts and for flag …

Club Sports

“I know I gave up the sports scene by coming [to Loyola],” said first-year linebacker Adam Klepp said. “I feel like people who go to Loyola care more about academics and didn’t just choose the school for a team. That’s a type of environment I want to be in.”

Club Sports

The Loyola club rugby team won the coveted Red Line Cup on Oct. 15, which placed the team is a good position for a playoff berth.

Club Sports

Loyola’s men’s club hockey team is making history this week by playing its first playoff game in the organization’s 11-year history. Club sports are separate from Loyola’s NCAA Division I teams. Tryouts are held every …

Club Sports

Loyola’s men’s club soccer team will travel to Phoenix next week to make its first appearance at the NIRSA national championships. On Nov. 19-21, the Ramblers will compete against 23 of the best club teams …