Last night, Loyola outlasted Rhode Island in overtime, denying the Rams (0-5) their first victory of the Dan Hurley era while improving to 5-1 overall. A huge Robert Olson three-pointer knotted the contest at the end of regulation, and Loyola made more plays in overtime to squeak past Rhode Island by a score of 58-54. After the game Loyola Head Coach, Jimmy Patsos, chatted with Andrew Greene. The two discussed the defensive effort of his team, how Newport’s International Tennis Hall of Fame & Museum inspired Olson, and the leadership of Jordan Latham.
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Top Story Patsos photo courtesy of LoyolaGreyhounds.com
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