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Topic - Loyola
D. J. Balentine scored 24 points and Evansville, leading by 18 in the second half, outlasted a Loyola of Chicago comeback, winning 75-72 on Saturday.
CHICAGO (AP) — Devon Turk hit five 3-pointers and scored a career-high 30 points as Loyola of Chicago won its first ever Missouri Valley Conference game with an 89-57 win over Missouri State on Sunday.
Whenever Jimmy Patsos needs a reminder of where the Loyola basketball program was in the not-too-distant past, there is always a treasured set of cufflinks.
"When you're inches, millimeters away from death, you really understand," he said. "You look at that from a different lens. Every day, the opportunities I have with my family, my friends, all the guys here at Loyola, it's just a great group of people out here."