Arch Madness

It was loud. Fans were packed in so tightly no one could move. Only an aisle was stretched down the middle, left there so the Loyola’s men’s basketball team could walk through. Leading all of …

Men's Basketball

When Loyola head coach Porter Moser signed a pair of transfers in back-to-back seasons, he said he knew he was getting a pair of winners. These winners, to Moser’s surprise, would be the players who …

Arch Madness

In what could’ve been considered the most wide open Missouri Valley Conference (MVC) Tournament in recent memory, the “madness” returned to Arch Madness March 7-10 as a No. 5 seed and No. 6 seed competed …

Men's Basketball

After Bradley University upset Loyola in the Missouri Valley Conference (MVC) Tournament semifinals, the Ramblers’ hope for a second straight NCAA Tournament appearance disappeared. However, Loyola finished first in the regular season conference standings, earning …

Postgame

Phoenix sports editors Nick Schultz and Abby Schnable are joined by men’s basketball beat writers Kyle Brown and Tim Edmonds to discuss a wild Arch Madness, what’s next for Loyola in the NIT and who …

Nick Knacks

When Marques Townes’ last-second jump shot hit the rim and fell to the ground, the hearts of Rambler nation fell with it. Loyola wouldn’t return to the NCAA Tournament, just one year after captivating the …

Arch Madness

Despite being down by as many as 18 points, No. 5 seed Bradley University came back to defeat No. 6 seed University of Northern Iowa 57-54 in the Missouri Valley Conference (MVC) tournament championship game …

Arch Madness

After No. 1 seed Loyola was upset in its Arch Madness game Saturday afternoon, No. 2 seed Drake University fell victim to an upset of its own. No. 6 seed University of Northern Iowa defeated …