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.
After transferring from Chicago State, redshirt senior Jessica Cerda is using her experience to help a young Loyola women’s basketball team mature.
The new merchandise campaign comes as the department is celebrating the 100th anniversary of the men’s basketball program.
The Loyola women’s basketball team is rebuilding, which can be a long and painful process that takes years. While head coach Kate Achter tries to “turn the ship” of the team by creating a new culture in the locker room, she can find inspiration in the Loyola men’s basketball team, which is seeing the fruit of head coach Porter Moser’s culture change.
As part of the project, Gentile Arena is the first NCAA arena to be fitted with a “space ring,” a circular screen above center court.
The Loyola women’s basketball team is set to begin year two of the program rebuild Nov. 12 at IPFW.
At MVC Media Day, Loyola men’s basketball was picked third in the preseason poll with one first-place vote, and women’s basketball was picked last for the second year in a row.