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Rambler madness

Loyola University Chicago’s 2020-2021 men’s basketball team is a force to be reckoned with. Led by senior co-captains Cameron Krutwig and Lucas Williamson, the team has put together one of the best seasons in program history—and it’s not over yet.

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Students First

Students First

At Loyola University Chicago, men's basketball players put as much effort into their studies as they do their shots. Just ask their professors. Read more
Back In The Game

Back In The Game

In 2018, Clayton Custer was a star on the court. Now he's helping the Ramblers succeed from the sidelines. Read more
Onward, LU

Onward, LU

Loyola men's basketball has already knocked out a #1 seed in the NCAA Tournament. Who's next? Read more
Leading by example

Leading by example

How were the Ramblers created by culture? Find out the secrets to Coach Porter Moser's leadership style. Read more
Why We Love Sister Jean

Why We Love Sister Jean

Loyola’s favorite icon just got even more lovable. Read more
Once a Rambler, always a Rambler

Once a Rambler, always a Rambler

Loyola basketball memories are alive and well in Loyolans young and old. As the team continues on in the NCAA Tournament this year, we asked Rambler fans to submit the moments that meant the most to them Read more
Let's go, Ramblers!

Let’s go, Ramblers!

The Loyola community is bursting with pride for men's basketball as the team heads to the Sweet Sixteen. Read more
Men's Basketball Fan Zone

Sideline super fans

Loyola diehard fans Bob Haselsteiner and Joe Dlugosz share their decades-long love for Rambler basketball Read more
Loyola's living legend

Loyola’s living legend

Senior men’s basketball co-captain Cameron Krutwig anchors the Ramblers as the team shoots for a postseason even greater than 2018 Read more
Catalyst for change

Catalyst for change

Senior men’s basketball co-captain Lucas Williamson stands up for what he believes in—on and off the court Read more
The Ramblers March On

The Ramblers March On

The top-seeded Ramblers dominated in St. Louis as they prepare for another trip to March Madness. Read more
A season of sacrifice

A season of sacrifice

Loyola’s men’s basketball team is preparing for its 103rd season in program history, with championship aspirations and a pandemic to navigate Read more
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Be inspired by the past, and focused on the future
— Coach Porter Moser's leadership style tip
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Rambler Fan Kit

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A History of Success

PAST STORIES
A Season to Remember

A Season to Remember

How the Loyola Ramblers went from college basketball unknowns to the most talked about team in the nation Read more
Game of Change

Game of Change

The matchup that transformed college basketball Read more
Men's Basketball 2019-20 Season Recap

Building a legacy

With the infusion of a few key transfer players, the Ramblers record another successful season and look ahead to championship glory Read more
NCAA MEN'S DIVISION I BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT

Created by Culture

Loyola faced Michigan in the Final Four in San Antonio. Both teams came into the game with impressive win streaks (Loyola 14 and Michigan 13). The Ramblers led at the half and kept the score tight the entire game. Read more
Men's Basketball Arch Madness

There’s more to come

Loyola University Chicago’s 18-month roundball roller coaster slowed to a halt over the weekend in St. Louis, when the men’s basketball team bowed out of the Missouri Valley Conference tournament, losing a tight semifinal contest against Bradley, 53-51, effectively ending their NCAA title campaign. Read more
Getting to Know Sister Jean

An icon of faith, service, and basketball

She might be best known as a fixture on the sidelines, but on and off campus, there's much more to celebrate about Sister Jean Read more
A Century of Sister Jean

A Century of Sister Jean

100 years of faith, education, and basketball Read more