2018 ScheduleAll times ET

2018 Schedule
30-5, 1st in MVC
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18hEdward Aschoff

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Sister Jean the Loyola-Chicago superfan (2:22)

Seth Walder ESPN Analytics 

Loyola-Chicago has a 16% chance to reach the Final Four, per BPI.

Can Loyola-Chicago continue to perform in the clutch? (2:05)
Vitale: Loyola's Cinderella dreams will continue (0:55)
Loyola-Chicago fans go crazy after beating Tennessee (0:59)
Loyola-Chicago's Custer 'can't believe what just happened' (0:37)

Sam Khan Jr. ESPN Staff Writer 

Loyola guard Clayton Custer discusses his game-winning shot vs. Tennessee that put the Ramblers in the Sweet 16.

Myron Medcalf ESPN Staff Writer 

Tennessee launched a furious rally late, but the Vols couldn't overcome Loyola-Chicago in the final minutes. This is a squad that just knocked off a co-SEC champion after defeating Miami on Thursday. If anyone thought this was a fluke, Loyola-Chicago proved they're here to stay with another great performance and poise down the stretch.

John Gasaway ESPN Insider 

Loyola-Chicago's proving the win against Miami was no fluke. The Ramblers are giving SEC regular-season co-champion Tennessee everything it can handle, and then some. Heading into the game's final minutes, Loyola is holding on to its lead.

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4dSam Khan Jr.

Meet Sister Jean, Loyola-Chicago's not-so-secret weapon

Sister Jean Dolores-Schmidt, 98, serves as the team's chaplain and its biggest fan. She's hoping the Ramblers can extend their tournament stay with another upset Saturday against Tennessee.

Seth Walder ESPN Analytics 

How the landscape of the South Region shifted over the last few hours:

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5dSam Khan

55 years after historic game, Loyola jolts Miami

On the 55th anniversary of Loyola-Chicago's "Game of Change," this year's squad made a memory of its own, pulling off a buzzer-beating upset of Miami in the first round of the NCAA tournament. Loyola's 98-year-old chaplain said she never had a doubt.


Sam Khan Jr. ESPN Staff Writer 

Donte Ingram enters the Loyola locker room and is asked "What's new?" Ingram: "This team just got a win and we move on to Tennessee."


Sam Khan Jr. ESPN Staff Writer 

After hitting the game-winning shot, Loyola guard Donte Ingram puts the Ramblers into the second round on the life-sized bracket in the locker room.

Team Stats

Points Per Game71.9230th
Rebounds Per Game32.0327th
Assists Per Game15.939th
Points Allowed62.25th

Tournament History

Final Fours1
Tournament Record9-4
Championship Seasons1963
Tournament Appearances5