CHICAGO -- Tate Hall had 21 points and Loyola of Chicago beat Norfolk State 64-45 on Sunday.
Neither team was able to get much going offensively in the first 20 minutes. After leading 24-21 entering the locker room at the half, Loyola of Chicago kept it up in the second half to earn the victory. The Ramblers' 24 points in the first half marked a season low for the team.
Devante Carter had 12 points and eight rebounds for the Spartans (3-9), who now have lost eight straight. Joe Bryant Jr. added 11 points.
Jermaine Bishop, who led the Spartans in scoring coming into the matchup with 14 points per game, finished with six points on 2-of-10 shooting.
Loyola of Chicago plays Vanderbilt on Wednesday. Norfolk State plays Bowling Green on Friday.
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