Trae Berhow scored the first five points of overtime, finishing with 11 points and a career-high 12 rebounds, and Northern Iowa defeated Loyola Chicago 67-62 on Sunday to pull even with the Ramblers atop the Missouri Valley Conference standings.
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- 11/5W 82-48
- 11/8L 87-63
- 11/12L 76-72
- 11/16W 85-68
- 11/20W 85-62
- 11/25L 66-55
- 11/26L 61-60
- 11/27W 68-61
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- 12/7QNCYW 90-59
- 12/15W 64-45
- 12/18W 78-70
- 12/22L 59-56
- 12/30W 66-63
- 1/4W 62-58
- 1/7L 65-62
- 1/11W 78-44
- 1/16W 64-48
- 1/19W 62-50
- 1/22W 75-55
- 1/26L 67-62
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Tate Hall matched his career high with 23 points as Loyola of Chicago romped past Indiana State 75-55 on Wednesday night.
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Tate Hall scored 17 points and added five rebounds, three assists and two steals to lead Loyola Chicago to a 62-50 victory over Illinois State on Sunday.
Marquise Kennedy had 17 points off the bench to lead Loyola of Chicago to a 64-48 win over Southern Illinois on Thursday night.
Marquise Kennedy had a season-high 20 points as Loyola of Chicago rolled past Evansville 78-44 on Saturday.
Liam Robbins scored 20 points, many on key buckets, as Drake stretched its home win streak to nine games, defeating Loyola-Chicago 65-62 on Tuesday night.
Cameron Krutwig scored 23 points with seven rebounds and Loyola Chicago beat Missouri State 62-58 on Saturday.
Jalon Pipkins came off the bench to score 13 points, and Cameron Krutwig had 13 points, 11 rebounds and three assists to help Loyola of Chicago to a 66-63 win over Valparaiso on Monday night in a Missouri Valley Conference opener for both teams.
Luka Brajkovic made his only two foul shots with eight seconds left and Davidson beat Loyola Chicago 59-56 on Sunday.
The Jayhawks' defeat to Villanova wasn't completely unexpected, but it does mean a new No. 1 -- the sixth this season -- will be named this week.
Cameron Krutwig had 22 points and grabbed a rebound on the final play to close out a triple-double, helping Loyola Chicago knock off Vanderbilt 78-70 in the Hall of Fame Showcase Wednesday night.
The No. 14 Flyers host North Texas on Tuesday on ESPN+, while three programs that previously pulled off shocking upsets in the NCAA tournament are among the other featured games.
Tate Hall had 21 points and Loyola of Chicago beat Norfolk State 64-45 on Sunday.
Lucas Williamson had a career-high 25 points as Loyola of Chicago easily beat Division II Quincy University 90-59 on Saturday.
Cameron Krutwig had 14 points, nine rebounds and four assists as Loyola of Chicago defeated Ball St. 70-58 on Tuesday night.
Cameron Krutwig had 22 points and Tate Hall added 21 as Loyola-Chicago beat Old Dominion 68-61 in the Cayman Islands Classic on Wednesday.
Isaiah Stevens made a floater in the lane just before the final buzzer and Colorado State rallied past Loyola-Chicago 61-60 in the Cayman Islands Classic on Tuesday.
David Collins had 21 points as South Florida beat Loyola of Chicago 66-55 in the Cayman Islands Classic on Monday.
Lucas Williamson had 22 points as Loyola of Chicago rolled past IUPUI 85-62 on Wednesday night.
Cameron Krutwig matched his career high with 24 points as Loyola of Chicago beat Saint Joseph's 85-68 on Saturday.
Dejuan Clayton had 21 points as Coppin State narrowly beat Loyola of Chicago 76-72 on Tuesday night.
Jordan Lyons scored 24 points and Clay Mounce added 22 points and Furman easily beat Loyola of Chicago 87-63 on Friday night.
Cameron Krutwig recorded 15 points and 11 assists to lift Loyola of Chicago to an 82-48 win over UC Davis in a season opener on Tuesday night.
Sister Jean Dolores Schmidt turned 100 on Wednesday and is being celebrated in Chicago with various exhibits.
Loyola-Chicago's Porter Moser has turned down an offer to coach the St. John's men's basketball team and will remain with the Ramblers, whom he led to the Final Four in 2018.