NCAA Basketball
Scoreboard | Standings | Teams | Leaders | Polls

Loyola Chicago Ramblers (20-14)


Tue. 11/5 Fri. 11/8 Tue. 11/12 Sat. 11/16 Wed. 11/20
vs. UCDav 
To Be Announced
@ Furman 
To Be Announced
vs. Coppin 
To Be Announced
vs. StJoes 
To Be Announced
vs. IUPUI 
To Be Announced

Loyola-Chicago coach Porter Moser says he is staying

CHICAGO (AP) Loyola-Chicago coach Porter Moser says he plans to stay at the school after he reportedly talked to St. John's about its job.

Moser says he is "all in" with Loyola after the Ramblers went 20-14 this season and won a share of the Missouri Valley Conference title. Loyola lost to Creighton in the first round of the NIT in the school's second straight postseason appearance.

He says he enjoys working with his players and is excited about his recruits.

 MORE
Leaders
Points: M. Townes15.3
Rebounds: C. Krutwig7.2
Assists: M. Townes3.6
FG%: C. Krutwig62.9%
FT%: M. Townes76.2%
3P%: C. Kaifes46.5%
Steals: L. Williamson1.6
Blocks: C. Krutwig1.0
AP Rankings
Rank School Rec
1 Duke32-6
2 Virginia35-3
3 North Carolina29-7
4 Gonzaga33-4
5 Michigan State32-7
6 Tennessee31-6
7 Kentucky30-7
8 Michigan30-7
9 Texas Tech31-7
10 Florida State29-8
View Complete Poll
Coaches Rankings
Rank School Rec
1 Virginia35-3
2 Texas Tech31-7
3 Michigan State32-7
4 Duke32-6
5 Auburn30-10
6 Gonzaga33-4
7 Kentucky30-7
8 Purdue26-10
9 North Carolina29-7
10 Tennessee31-6
View Complete Poll
Missouri Valley Standings
 ConferenceOverall
  W-L W-L
Drake 12-6 24-10
Loyola Chicago 12-6 20-14
Southern Illinois 10-8 17-15
Missouri State 10-8 16-16
Bradley 9-9 20-15
Illinois State 9-9 17-16
UNI 9-9 16-18
Indiana State 7-11 15-16
Valparaiso 7-11 15-18
Evansville 5-13 11-21
View Full Standings
Offense (Rank)
Points: 65.6 (332)
Rebounds: 5.6 (353)
Assists: 13.8 (139)
FG%: 49.3% (7)
FT%: 66.6% (317)
3P%: 36.6% (67)
Defense (Rank)
Points: 60.8 (6)
Rebounds: 24.2 (268)
Assists: 11.6 (67)
FG%: 43.7% (182)
FT%: 70.9% (215)
3P%: 36.3% (298)
Sports Data API Powered by STATS © 2019 by STATS.
Any commercial use or distribution without the express written consent of STATS is strictly prohibited.