VALPARAISO — Playing for the first time in nearly five years, Loyola struck the first blow in the revived rivalry with Valparaiso on Sunday afternoon.The Ramblers used a 13-1 run early in the second half to break open a tight contest with the Crusaders and then coast to a 70-54 victory at the Athletics-Recreation Center.Clayton Custer knocked down two 3-pointers during the scoring run and the junior guard finished with a team-high 18 points, five assists and four steals.
VALPARAISO — Lake Central coach Joe Huppenthal went up to Rachael Robards in the locker room before Friday night’s Duneland Athletic Conference finale against Valparaiso and shared a premonition with his senior forward.“I told her that I felt it in my bones that she was going to have a big game (Friday),” Huppenthal said.That premonition proved to be true as Robards had a game-high 19 points and eight rebounds to lead the Indians to a 58-49 win over the Vikings.
When Alize Johnson brandishes his resume tape to NBA suitors this summer, the Missouri State forward should probably just give scouts a copy of the second half of Wednesday night’s game against Valparaiso.The preseason Missouri Valley Conference Player of the Year scored 20 of his game-high 24 points in the second half as Johnson helped lead Missouri State to a 64-57 win over the Crusaders at the JQH Arena in Springfield, Missouri.Johnson showed his dominance during a stretch midway through...
Lottich reiterated difference between Horizon and Valley. Valpo built a program to defend in Horizon while many others were trying to simply outscore the opponent. "Every team in (the Valley) preps similar to the way we have." #MVCHoops
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Selecting a term
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