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.
After losing to Notre Dame in the NCAA national tournament, the Loyola men’s soccer team’s historic season came to an end. Head coach Neil Jones wasted no time mourning the loss.
Loyola’s season was nothing short of a storybook season. The Ramblers won its most single season victories, first NCAA postseason game and MVC regular season title.
Loyola is scheduled to host UIC on Nov. 17 at 7 p.m. for the first round of the NCAA tournament.
For the first time since joining the Valley, the Loyola men’s soccer team is the number one seed in the conference tournament, and is two wins away from capturing its first conference title since it was in the Horizon League.
The Loyola men’s soccer team clinched its first regular season conference title since 2007 by beating Bradley University 2-0 on Nov. 5.
Loyola’s men’s soccer team notched its first lost in the Missouri Valley Conference and its second loss of the season on Oct. 29 in a 1-0 loss to SIUE
The Loyola men’s soccer team lost its first MVC game this season to Southern Illinois University Evansville 1-0 on Oct. 29.