In a move that takes uncertainty out of the head coaching seat, Loyola men’s basketball head coach Porter Moser has signed on to stay with the Ramblers for an additional four years.
After 72 years in the Missouri Valley Conference (MVC), Wichita State University announced April 7 it will leave the conference for the higher profile American Athletic Conference (AAC) after the AAC board of directors unanimously voted to extend an invitation to the Shockers.
Wichita State University and the American Athletic Conference announced on April 7 that Wichita State will be joining the AAC on July 1.
Amid reports of Wichita State University planning to leave the Missouri Valley Conference (MVC) to join a conference with a bigger national spotlight, Loyola Athletic Director Steve Watson thinks that move will be a mistake for the Shockers and the MVC.
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.
No. 21 Wichita State controlled most of the game as the Shockers cruised to an easy victory over Bradley.