Loyola Drains 17 3-Pointers In Win Over VanderbiltBraden Norris scored 18 points, all on 3-pointers, Loyola Chicago made 17 3-pointers, and the Ramblers defeated Vanderbilt on Friday night.
Schwieger, Tate Carry Loyola Past RooseveltRyan Schwieger and Tate Hall combined to score 29 points to send Loyola Chicago to a victory over Roosevelt on Tuesday night.
Loyola Pulls Away In Second Half To Top Indiana StateThe Loyola Ramblers hosted Indiana State in their Missouri Valley Conference opener on Wednesday.
Hutson Sparks Loyola To Win Over Arizona StateJacob Hutson put up a career-high 26 points and Loyola Chicago salvaged a win in the seventh-place game of the Battle 4 Atlantis tournament in the Bahamas, pulling away in the second half to post a win over Arizona State on Friday night.
Loyola Falls Short To No. 19 Auburn In Battle 4 AtlantisFreshman Jabari Smith had 14 points to help No. 19 Auburn regroup from a double-overtime loss and beat Loyola Chicago in Thursday's consolation round at the Battle 4 Atlantis tournament.
Loyola Drops Game To Michigan State For First Loss Of SeasonLoyola Ramblers Head Coach Drew Valentine was an assistant under Tom Izzo, and on Wednesday, the Ramblers faced Izzo and Michigan State in the Battle 4 Atlantis.
Ryan Schwieger Leads Loyola Over Chicago StateRyan Schwieger had 22 points as Loyola Chicago easily defeated Chicago State on Tuesday night.
Loyola To Join Atlantic 10, Leave Missouri Valley ConferenceLoyola moved from the Horizon League to the Missouri Valley in 2013, after Creighton left for the Big East.
Loyola Clobbers Coppin State In Season OpenerDrew Valentine, the youngest Division I college basketball coach at 30, is now in charge at Loyola – and the Ramblers were in charge of Coppin State Tuesday night.
Loyola Celebrating Sister Jean's 102nd Birthday With Virutal CelebrationSister Jean, the beloved Ramblers chaplain turns 102 on Saturday. 
Cameron Krutwig Decides He Won't Be Using Extra Year Of Eligibility To Stay With Loyola, Will Be Going ProOn Thursday, in a message on social media, Cameron Krutwig announced he won't be using the NCAA's extra year of eligibility to return to the Ramblers next season. He will be turning pro instead.