No. 1 Loyola can finish its non-conference season undefeated and get another signature victory if it defeats Penn State on Saturday in Chicago.
Check out Off the Block’s interview with Loyola coach Shane Davis as he discusses the upcoming match against Penn State, the development of the freshmen on his team and whether he cares if the Ramblers ever become the unanimous No. 1 in the national coaches poll. Continue reading
Shane Davis isn’t leaving the Loyola sidelines any time soon after leading the school to its first NCAA men’s volleyball championship.
The Loyola athletics department announced Friday afternoon that Davis signed a five-year contract extension to be the Ramblers head coach that will last through the 2019 season.
Check out Loyola’s complete prematch news conference from Friday as it prepares for its upcoming NCAA Tournament championship match against Stanford. Continue reading
Check out the postmatch news conference for Loyola following its five-game victory against Penn State in the NCAA Tournament semifinals on Thursday. Continue reading
Check out Off the Block’s video interview with Loyola coach Shane Davis just hours before his team plays Penn State in the NCAA Tournament semifinals. Continue reading
Loyola isn’t feeling the pressure of being the No. 1 seed and playing host to the NCAA Tournament.
Coach Shane Davis said in a news conference Wednesday that the Ramblers feel more feel more relaxed entering their upcoming NCAA Tournament semifinal match than it did last year when they reached the Final Four.
For the second straight year, a player from Loyola is earning the MIVA Player of the Year — it just wasn’t the person everyone projected at the start of the season.
The MIVA announced on Wednesday that Loyola outside attacker Thomas Jaeschke was selected as the 2014 MIVA Player of the Year.
USC outside attacker Lucas Yoder lived up to the hype of being one of the top rated high school recruits in the nation.
Yoder in his college debut had a match-high 16 kills and a .609 attack percentage as No. 11 USC upset No. 7 Loyola 27-25, 18-25, 25-20, 25-15 on Saturday in Chicago.
It took two overtime games, but the No. 2 seed UC Irvine was able to sweep the No. 3 seed Loyola in the NCAA Tournament semifinals on Thursday in Los Angeles to advance to the national championship match.
Following the match, the coaches and players from both Loyola and UC Irvine addressed the media in a postmatch news conference to discuss semifinal. Check out what each team had to say about the match.
Loyola coach Shane Davis and several of his players participated in the NCAA Tournament media day on Wednesday in Los Angeles.
Loyola making its first NCAA Tournament appearance in program history will play the No. 2 seed UC Irvine in the semifinals Thursday.