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Wolf Pack replenishes roster after losing integral players

Wolf Pack replenishes roster after losing integral players

Ryan Micklin

October 19, 2017


Filed under Basketball, Showcase, Sports

The offseason wiped away three key players that helped guide the men’s basketball team to a national championship tournament appearance in March — a feat that hasn't been achieved since 1946. Seven months later, head coach Stacy Hollowell and his new-look coaching staff are busy finalizin...

Loyola named a Champions of Character Five-Star Institution

Loyola named a Champions of Character Five-Star Institution

Jc Canicosa

October 18, 2017


Filed under Showcase, Sports

For the first time its history, Loyola has been selected as a Champions of Character Five-Star Institution at the Gold Level by the NAIA. The award is the organization's highest distinction.An institution can be honored as Five-Star Champions of Character based on a rating system by the National Associati...

Volleyball team finds its groove after slow start

Volleyball team finds its groove after slow start

Cristian Orellana

October 18, 2017


Filed under Sports, Volleyball

After shutting out Middle Georgia State University, Brewton-Parker and Talladega College back-to-back-to-back this past week, the Loyola volleyball team still strives to improve throughout the season by focusing on head coach Jesse Zabel’s points of emphases. “I’m hopeful that with...

Tennis team adds depth with revamped rosters

Brian Wollitz

October 18, 2017


Filed under Sports, Tennis

The addition of new players to the tennis program has given head coach Kyle Russell something to get excited about heading into the upcoming season. During the offseason, Russell added two freshmen to the women’s team and added a National Collegiate Athletic Association Division I sophomore transfer ...

Wolf pack continue struggles in the Den

Will Ingram

October 18, 2017


Filed under Volleyball

The Loyola Wolf Pack volleyball team fell in the Den against the Spring Hill College Badgers on Tuesday Oct. 17. With the loss, the pack have now lost three of their last four home games. Loyola had a hard first set when Allison Hartmann, a sophomore psychology major, went down with an injured ankle ear...

Loyola volleyball team falls to Mobile

Loyola volleyball team falls to Mobile

Cristian Orellana

October 15, 2017


Filed under Volleyball

The volleyball team fell to the Southern States Athletic Conference leader, the University of Mobile.This was the Wolf Pack's first loss in the The Den of the season, after starting the season a perfect 6-0 at home. “We definitely need to work on minimizing errors in our playing,” head coach Jesse...

JC scrutinizes sports (special edition): Loyola’s balls fall flat

JC scrutinizes sports (special edition): Loyola’s balls fall flat

Jc Canicosa

October 4, 2017


Filed under Showcase, Sports

The day was September 6, 2017. I had just gotten out of my last class of the day, but knew I'd have to get right back to the grind in a couple hours because it was press night (the night that all the sections editors like me work until the twilight hours of the night to get their section of the Maroon...

Volleyball team pushes win streak to 4 in The Den

Volleyball team pushes win streak to 4 in The Den

Will Ingram

September 28, 2017


Filed under Volleyball

The women's Volleyball team took care of business in The Den against Tougaloo College on Wednesday, Sept. 27. The Wolf Pack outlasted the Tougaloo Bulldogs in four sets. The team came out strong in the first set, winning by a score of 25-15, but the Wolf Pack gave a set back to the Bulldogs in the...

JC does sports: sailing

JC does sports: sailing

Jc Canicosa

September 20, 2017


Filed under Sports

I now understand why Spongebob Squarepants has not been able to pass his boating test in 20 years. I finally get it.As the sailing team stepped onto the docks of Lake Pontchartrain, I felt like a fish out of water as soon as I saw the boats. While it probably just looked like a standard vessel to the ex...

Sports briefs 9/22

Jc Canicosa

September 20, 2017


Filed under Sports

Men's golf makes history in Atlanta golf tournament Earlier this week, Philip Nijoka, business analytics junior, became the first medalist in Wolf Pack men's golf history after shooting a program record 135 (-7) at the Savannah College of Art and Design Atlanta Invitational. Nijoka's record-setting round pl...

Cross country runners see times improve at LSU meet

Cross country runners see times improve at LSU meet

Jacob Schmitt

September 20, 2017


Filed under Cross Country, Showcase, Sports

The cross country team headed to Baton Rouge last weekend to compete at the LSU Cross Country Festival, where they finished 7th out of 10. The race, a 5K for the women and a 6K for the men, took place at Highland Road Park and included 10 universities from across the state.Sasha Solano-McDaniel, sociology fresh...

Loyola’s Volleyball Team Takes Down Talladega College

Loyola’s Volleyball Team Takes Down Talladega College

September 19, 2017


Filed under Volleyball

The Wolf Pack shutout the Talladega College Tornadoes in the Den, winning three to zero.#14 for the Wolfpack, Tyler Beckham, had a tremendous match racking up eleven kills for herself and so did #23, Maddie Huekels, with 18 assists. Loyolas head coach, Jesse Zabal, was proud of her team's performance and ...

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