Tate Hall lifts Loyola to win over Northern Iowa

Braden Norris and Cameron Krutwig each had 11 points and four assists for the Ramblers.

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Cameron Krutwig scored 11 points against Northern Iowa on Sunday.

Cameron Krutwig scored 11 points against Northern Iowa on Sunday.

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Tate Hall had 13 points off the bench to lead Loyola to an 88-46 win over Northern Iowa on Sunday, the Ramblers’ eighth consecutive home victory.

Braden Norris and Cameron Krutwig each had 11 points and four assists for the Ramblers (10-3, 5-1 Missouri Valley Conference). Tom Welch had 10 points.

After scoring a season-low 24 points in the first half, Northern Iowa was dominated 49-22 in the second half.

Noah Carter had 11 points for the Panthers (3-10, 2-6 MVC).

Loyola’s sweep of Northern Iowa sets up clashes that could define the MVC race. After a midweek trip to winless Valparaiso, the Ramblers play two against Bradley (3-1) next weekend and then two at Missouri State (5-1) the following weekend.

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