A trip to the Final Four for Loyola-Chicago has resulted in a 660 percent increase in donations as compared to the previous year, the school announced Monday.
2018 ScheduleAll times ET
- 11/10W 84-80
- 11/12EURW 96-69
- 11/16W 66-56
- 11/19W 88-67
- 11/21W 63-50
- 11/24W 102-78
- 11/25W 75-60
- 11/28L 87-53
- 12/2W 85-61
- 12/65W 65-59
- 12/9W 80-52
- 12/16L 73-56
- 12/22L 64-59
- 12/30W 66-59
- 1/3L 61-57
- 1/7W 56-50
- 1/10W 68-61
- 1/13W 81-65
- 1/17W 79-65
- 1/21W 70-54
- 1/24W 80-57
- 1/28W 70-47
- 1/31L 69-67
- 2/3W 97-75
- 2/7W 72-57
- 2/10W 75-71
- 2/14W 80-71
- 2/18W 76-66
- 2/21W 75-56
- 2/24W 68-61
- 3/2W 54-50
- 3/3W 62-54
- 3/4W 65-49
- 3/156W 64-62
- 3/173W 63-62
- 3/227W 69-68
- 3/249W 78-62
- 3/313L 69-57
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Nevada and Loyola of Chicago will play in late November in a rematch of their riveting Sweet 16 matchup in the NCAA tournament.
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Loyola-Chicago chaplain Sister Jean held a news conference at the Final Four on Good Friday that was so packed, officials had to clear a path for her to enter.
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