CHICAGO (AP) — Ben Averkamp and Walt Gibler had double-doubles to help Loyola, Ill., keep Chicago State winless with a 64-49 victory Saturday.

Averkamp scored 21 points, Gibler had 16 and each pulled down 10 rebounds for the Ramblers (3-7), who won their second in a row. It was Averkamp’s third career double-double and Gibler’s second.

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Denzel Brito added 10 points, but only five Ramblers scored.

Lee Fisher led the Cougars (0-11) with 11 points. Jeremy Robinson had 10 points and nine rebounds.

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Loyola’s biggest edge came at the free throw line. The Ramblers made 22 of 27 (81 percent) to Chicago State’s 11 of 16 (69 percent).

Averkamp’s three-point play put the Ramblers up 27-24 with 1:45 before halftime, and they led 31-26 at intermission.

The lead peaked at 57-38 on two free throws by Christian Thomas with 8:34 to play.

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