Men's Golf Trio Named Cleveland Golf/Srixon All-America...

7/23/2014

Three members of the Loyola University Chicago men's golf team, Alex Cusumano (St. Louis, Mo./Westminster Christian Academy), Nick Dennis (Waterford, Mich./Brother... Read More [+]

Six Loyola Track & Field Student-Athletes Named To...

7/23/2014

Six members of the Loyola University Chicago track & field teams have been named to the United States Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association's (USTFCCCA) ... Read More [+]

Loyola Women's Basketball Announces Non-Conference Schedule

7/22/2014

Under the direction of second-year head coach Sheryl Swoopes, the Loyola University Chicago women's basketball team unveiled its non-conference schedule for the... Read More [+]

Sign Up Now For The 29th Annual Loyola Golf Outing!

7/21/2014

Registration is now open for the 29th Annual Loyola Ramblers Golf Outing. This year's event will be held on Thursday, August 14 at Harborside International Golf Center... Read More [+]

Joe Crisman, Bill Clark Named To Honors Court

7/21/2014

Loyola men's basketball student-athletes Joe Crisman (Munster, Ind.) and Bill Clark (Valparaiso, Ind.) were named to the National Association of Basketball Coaches (NA... Read More [+]

Loyola To Participate In 2014 Continental Las Vegas Classic

7/19/2014

The Loyola University Chicago men's basketball team will participate in the 2014 Continental Las Vegas Classic as the pairings for the tournament were announced this... Read More [+]

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Athlete of the Month

Cody Caldwell
Caldwell was named Most Outstanding Player of the NCAA Championship, finishing with 20 kills and 10 digs as Loyola knocked off Stanford for its first-ever men's volleyball title and its first NCAA title in any sport since the 1963 men's basketball national championship
Brittany Gardner
Gardner was outstanding in May, leading the Ramblers to the championship game of the Missouri Valley Championship. She posted a 4-1 record with a 0.41 ERA through her first five games of the month before Loyola dropped an 8-7 decision to Bradley in the MVC title game