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Topic - Erik Etherly
If Loyola was going to experience a quick departure in the NCAA tournament, it was going to do it the same way it approached the rest of its season.
Erik Etherly could have come to Loyola from the start. Jimmy Patsos sure wanted him. For whatever reason, the Alexandria native landed at Northeastern for a season before boomeranging back to Baltimore.
An overview of Loyola as it heads into the NCAA tournament as a No. 15 seed.
"To this day, I still don't know if I took the visits in a different order where I would have ended up," Etherly said.