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Members of the Loyola sailing club table in front of the Danna Center on March 30, 2021. Club sports teams use tabling to drum up student interest. Photo credit: Jabez Berniard

Intramural sports begin spring recruiting

Jabez Berniard April 27, 2021

Club sport student organizers are looking to dust off their equipment and jump back into play as they look for spring recruits. Loyola currently has nine active club sports including rugby and sailing,...

Loyola baseball players watch their teammates from the dugout during a 5-2 win against Brewton-Parker on April 9. Wolf Pack baseball made the NAIA top 25 poll for the first time since the program was reinstated in 1991. Photo credit: Gabrielle Korein

Wolf Pack baseball cracks NAIA top 15

Alex Akes April 24, 2021

With less than half of the regular season to go, Wolf Pack baseball has already made program history. The Wolf Pack appeared in an NAIA Top 25 ranking for the first time since the program returned to...

Zach Muller, Business major and sophomore at Loyola, plays point guard for Loyola's Men's Basketball team. Muller will be a crucial asset on the court in the team's 2021-2022 season. Photo credit: Gabrielle Korein

Muller looks forward to Wolf Pack basketball’s future

Colin Richards April 22, 2021

As the 2020-2021 NAIA Basketball season comes to a close, a new chapter begins for the Loyola men’s basketball team. After falling in overtime to the eventual national runner-up Lewis-Clark State in...

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Volleyball loses in conference finals, takes home 17 postseason awards

Brendan Heffernan April 10, 2021

The Loyola volleyball team's four-game win streak came to an end Saturday afternoon. The team lost to the University of Mobile 1-3 in the Southern States Athletic Conference Volleyball Championship...

Braddock Lord begins his sprint on the track at Harell Park April 2. As a member of Loyola's track & field team, Lord had to adjust to a new conference and a new season of competition due to COVID-19. Photo credit: Shadera Moore

Loyola runners enter the home stretch of 2021

Gabrielle Korein April 10, 2021

The 2021 school year has been a strange one for the members of Loyola’s track & field and cross country teams. The cross country team had to adjust to a new conference and a new season of competition,...

Marvin Williams, a former member of the Southern University marching band surrounds himself with memories of his time in the Human Jukebox. Williams is one alumnus who will not be attending this year's Bayou Classic because of the game moving to Shreveport. Photo credit: Deja Magee

Southern alum reflects on Bayou Classic leaving New Orleans for 2021

Deja Magee April 8, 2021

For the first time since 1974, the Bayou Classic football game will not be played in New Orleans. As a result of COVID-19 safety protocols, the Southern University Jaguars and the Grambling State Tigers...

The student-athletes of the Loyola Volleyball team huddle up.

Column: COVID-19 can’t stop Wolf Pack student-athletes from succeeding

Brendan Heffernan March 25, 2021

In spite of all the uncertainty, fear and upheaval that has dominated the college sports landscape for the last 12 months, this has been nothing short of a phenomenal year for Wolf Pack Athletics and the...

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Men’s basketball’s historic season comes to an end in overtime of NAIA quarterfinals

Brendan Heffernan March 20, 2021

Loyola’s men’s basketball team lost in overtime to Lewis-Clark State 70-75 in the quarterfinals of the NAIA National Championship Tournament. This marks the deepest national tournament run for the...

Jordan Bernard (5) cheers on her teammates from the sideline during the Wolf Pack's victory against Brewton-Parker on March 13. Bernard has battled back from several injuries she suffered earlier in her Loyola career to get back on the court. Photo credit: Hannah Renton

Wolf Pack volleyball’s Jordan Bernard bounces back from injuries

Jabez Berniard March 20, 2021

For most people, an injury is a nuisance — often unwanted and bothersome, but usually resolved in a few weeks time. For an athlete, an injury can threaten their very livelihood. When Jordan Bernard,...

Cameron Johnson runs at City Park during the 2021 Wolf Pack Invitational cross country meet. Johnson is one of many cross country athletes who also runs track for Loyola, both teams are sharing the spring season of competition this year. Photo credit: Hannah Renton

Track & field and cross country navigate shared spring season

Jillian Oddo March 18, 2021

After switching conferences, adapting to COVID-19 practice procedures and moving the season from the fall to the spring semester, flexibility has been fundamental to the success of the Loyola cross country...

Women’s basketball advances to second round of NAIA Tournament

Brendan Heffernan March 12, 2021

Loyola's women's basketball team won their 16th straight game when they beat the Langston University (Ok.) Lions 71-65 in the first round of the NAIA National Championship Tournament in Park City, Kansas....

A Wolf Pack basketball player shoots a jump shot at team practice on March 5. The Loyola Women's basketball team earned a spot in the NAIA national championships after recording their eighth straight 20-win season. Photo credit: Shadera Moore

Women’s basketball looks to continue winning streak at nationals

Jabez Berniard March 12, 2021

Loyola’s women’s basketball team is feeling confident after winning the Southern States Athletic Conference Tournament title and securing its place in the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics...

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