Originally posted on The Catch and Shoot  |  Last updated 12/13/13
Loyola freshman Milton Doyle scored a career-high 32 points on Friday. (Photo: Loyola Athletics) Loyola Chicago (5-5) defeated Campbell (4-6) on Friday night to start its first winning streak of the 2013-14 season. The Ramblers, who were coming off a win against Chicago-rival UIC last Saturday, erased a six-point deficit in the second half to complete the 80-68 victory. After a back-and-forth first half that resulted in a 31-30 Campbell lead, the Camels served up the first punch in the second half with four straight three-pointers to open up a 40-34 advantage. A fourth triple put the Camels up 43-38, and a blistering Porter Moser, Loyola’s head coach, called for a timeout. Loyola had prepared for Campbell’s hot shooting from beyond the arc (as a team, the Camels shoot 36.3%) extensively leading up to Friday. “Coach got all up in us,” sophomore forward Matt O’Leary said. “He called a timeout, told us to regroup. We’d been working on [three-point defense] all week.” With a big spurt f...
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