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Loyola Rolls Valpo in Valley Quarters

Loyola Rolls Valpo in Valley Quarters

By: Sammy Stava @StavaOnSTL It was a battle between the two newest members of the league as Loyola-Chicago and Valparaiso tipped-off Arch Madness Quarterfinal Friday at the Enterprise Center. Though, it was Loyola who looked like the more experienced team in the conference. After their Final Four run a season ago, the Ramblers looked just…

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Illinois St. Edges Evansville at Enterprise

Illinois St. Edges Evansville at Enterprise

By: Sammy Stava @StavaOnSTL It was unfamiliar territory for Dan Muller and the Illinois State Redbirds having to play on Thursday night in the first-round game. What isn’t unfamiliar to them is winning in St. Louis. And that’s what they did against No. 10 Evansville, but the Aces gave Illinois State all they could handle…

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Valpo Cruises to Opening Round Win Over Indiana St.

Valpo Cruises to Opening Round Win Over Indiana St.

By: Sammy Stava @StavaOnSTL An in-state rivalry tipped off the 2019 Missouri Valley Tournament between Valparaiso and Indiana State. The game also featured the MVC’s leading scorer Tyreke Key for the Sycamores. Key did play like the league’s leading scorer with a 20-point game, but the night belonged to Markus Golder and the Crusaders. Golder…

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Arch Madness Wide Open in 2019

Arch Madness Wide Open in 2019

By: Sammy Stava @StavaOnSTL The regular season has come to an end, which means it’s time for the Missouri Valley Tournament, and Arch Madness should once again live up to the name. While the MVC may only be a one-bid league this season, it should provide plenty of drama for all teams competing for the…

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Watson Leads Mizzou Past South Carolina

Watson Leads Mizzou Past South Carolina

COLUMBIA, Mo. – Mizzou Men’s Basketball picked up its fourth conference win of the season Saturday afternoon, defeating South Carolina 78-63 at Mizzou Arena. Freshman Torrence Watson starred for the Tigers, pouring in a career-high 20 points, including four 3-pointers. The Tigers made their presence felt on the glass, outrebounding the Gamecocks, 39-27. Mizzou has…

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