A pretty incredible birthday was celebrated Monday in Chicago.
Loyola University's incomparable Sister Jean is celebrating her 104th birthday on Monday.
The graduation rate for Black, Latino and Native American men is far below what it is for other demographic groups. Loyola University is working to increase the numbers through an initiative called the Rambler Brotherhood Project.
The Ramblers' Tom Welch made 1 of 2 foul shots with six seconds left to keep the door open for La Salle.
The 103-year-old nun who is credited with praying the Loyola men’s basketball team into the 2018 Final Four has written her first book.
The 103-year-old nun who’s credited with praying the Loyola men’s basketball team into the 2018 Final Four has written her first book.
Chicagoans love Loyola University's Sister Jean, but how much do we really know about her 103 years of life? The chaplain for the Loyola men's basketball team that reached the Final Four in 2018 joined Good Day Chicago on Monday to discuss her new memoir "Wake Up with Purpose!"
The Ramblers (9-19, 3-13) were led in scoring by Philip Alston, who finished with 15 points. Ben Schwieger added 12 points and seven rebounds for Loyola Chicago.
At age 103, Sister Jean awakes daily at 5 a.m. She sits up quickly to avoid going to sleep again — “I’ve got too much to do,” she says. After prayers for the day ahead, she reads the Gospel on her tablet.
Braden Norris scored 17 points as Loyola Chicago held off UMass 64-62 on Tuesday night.
Ben Schwieger led the way for the Ramblers (8-16, 2-10) with 17 points and four assists. Jalen Quinn added 16 points and three steals for Loyola Chicago. Braden Norris finished with 12 points.
Erik Reynolds II's 24 points helped Saint Joseph's defeat Loyola Chicago 83-71 on Wednesday night.
Philip Alston, Bryce Golden and Braden Norris all scored 13 points to help Loyola Chicago defeat George Mason 69-61 on Saturday.
Toumani Camara scored 31 points, Malachi Smith added 21 and Dayton outlasted Loyola Chicago 85-81 in overtime on Tuesday night.
Duquesne determined the incident was a prank.
The Loyola Chicago Ramblers and Duquesne Dukes had their college basketball game stopped in its tracks after an Uber Eats delivery man walked on the court looking for his customer.
Dae Dae Grant and Jimmy Clark III scored 13 points each as Duquesne beat Loyola Chicago 72-58 on Wednesday night in a game that was briefly interrupted when a delivery person carrying a bag of food from McDonald's walked onto the court.
Jeameril Wilson added 11 points and Jacob Hutson scored 10.
Javonte Perkins had 18 points in Saint Louis’ 76-59 victory against Loyola Chicago on Wednesday night.
The Ramblers have lost six in a row.