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Loyola/Lewis' Meaning to Men's Volleyball

Last week, Loyola-Chicago and Lewis played in one of the more memorable and arguably one of the best title matches in NCAA Men’s Volleyball history. Loyola ended up defending its title from last year by defeating the Flyers 3-2 (21-25, 25-23, 25-15, 27-25, 23-21) on the campus of Stanford University. 661 more words

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GCU Volleyball Update

Grand Canyon University has had an eventful last couple weeks in conference and non-conference play. In the last four weeks, GCU has faced five opponents, three of whom were ranked in the NCAA AVCA Top 15 Coaches Poll and one is an NAIA national runner-up. 552 more words

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Loyola-Chicago Holds On To Beat Kent State, 69-61

KENT, Ohio (AP) — Christian Thomas scored 16 points and Devon Turk added 15 as Loyola-Chicago jumped out to an 18-point first-half lead and held on to beat Kent State 69-61 on Saturday night. 109 more words

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In Light of Being Robbed the Other Day

Preface: My apartment was broken into the other day. This is somewhat of a response.

Map: Crime in the area around Loyola University Chicago

Chicago has a reputation for being a dangerous city. 369 more words

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Column: Watson remembered for turning around athletics

By Joseph Pinter, @JPinter93

Local media who have been around long enough can remember 2006. The men’s basketball team had just gotten blown out by an Atlantic 10 opponent late in the season, and the Reilly Center was quite empty. 675 more words

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University president announces AD's departure

By Joseph Pinter, @JPinter93

ST. BONAVENTURE, N.Y. (Nov. 12) — St. Bonaventure University hired Steve Watson as its athletic director in 2006 to rebuild its basketball programs and bring more credibility to Bonaventure sports as a whole. 930 more words

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Pure Joy.

I was definitely on cloud 9 in the photo above. I had just won a shooting competition at Loyola’s basketball season kickoff, Midnight Madness. I took part in a twitter promotion earlier in the week that won me the chance to compete in a shooting competition at Midnight Madness. 138 more words

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