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State of '08: Illinois

September 13th, 2008
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Horizon League Quaterfinals: UIC Dominates Loyola

March 8th, 2008
Loyola (Chi)

When a team doesn’t shoot well, doesn’t rebound well and doesn’t shoot free throws very well there is a pretty good chance they are not going to win that night and that describes Loyola in their loss to UIC in the quarterfinals 60-49.

Loyola (12-19) shot a poor 38.3 percent (18-47), only made 56.3 percent (9-16) and then got killed on the boards 36-20.

Wright State Wins Ninth in a Row

February 15th, 2008

DAYTON – Another close game, another win for the Raiders, as Wright State holds on to beat Loyola 55-51

That makes nine straight wins by the Raiders and every win has been by single digits. Wright State (18-6, 10-4 HL) has only played three games that were decided by double digits this year.

Unfortunately for Loyola (9-15, 5-9 HL) that makes 12 straight games decided by less than 10 points and only four of them were wins.

Tonight the Raiders jumped out to an 11-0 lead as Will Graham contributed a jumper and a layup, Vaughn Duggins did the same and Todd Brown sunk a 3-pointer.

NABC All-Star Game Rosters

March 27th, 2007


Name School Ht. Wt. Hometown

Aaron Brooks Oregon 6-0 160 Seattle, WA
Justin Doellman Xavier 6-9 210 Union, KY
Sean Denison Santa Clara 6-11 245 Nelson, British Columbia
Caleb Green Oral Roberts 6-8 255 Tulsa, OK
Jarrius Jackson Texas Tech 6-2 185 Monroe, LA
Trey Johnson Jackson State 6-5 218 Jackson, MS
Carl Landry Purdue 6-7 245 Milwaukee, WI
Dan Nwaelele Air Force 6-5 206 Bothell, WA
DJ Strawberry Maryland 6-5 201 Corona, CA
Kyle Visser Wake Forest 6-11 255 Grand Rapids, MI

Who is the Best Mid-Major Player?

November 4th, 2006

Horizon League Preview

November 1st, 2006
Favorite: Loyola Chicago. Player of the Year: Blake Schilb. Conference Rank: 15th.

2006-07 Preview: #88 Loyola Chicago

October 2nd, 2006
Led by Blake Schilb (19 ppg), the Ramblers could make their first tourney trip since 1985.