First-year guard Ellie Rice is one of the new Loyola women’s basketball players and she’s been an asset to the team, averaging 7.0 ppg in the season, while averaging 9.5 ppg and 5.7 rpg over her last four games.
Loyola has announced it will start construction on a new practice facility in April.
The Missouri Valley Conference (MVC) women’s basketball season is nine games old and the picture is starting to become clearer.
The Loyola women’s basketball team (4-16, 2-7) picked up its second MVC victory with an 82-63 victory over Evansville Jan. 28.
After shooting just 25 percent in the first half, the Loyola women’s basketball team (3-16, 1-7) couldn’t recover and fell to Indiana State 73-65.
The Loyola women’s basketball team (3-17, 1-6) is young compared to the other teams in the Missouri Valley Conference. The team only has two seniors, including guard Katie Salmon who joined the team in 2014.
Winter break has been a turning point for the Ramblers, according to head coach Kate Achter.
The Loyola women’s basketball team is off to a slow start this season. The Ramblers started off 1-6 and the offense hasn’t been producing much.