Balanced Loyola-Chicago rolls past Valparaiso 71-54
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CHICAGO (AP) Aher Uguak, Cameron Krutwig and Cooper Kaifes each scored 12 points and Loyola-Chicago beat Valparaiso 71-54 on Tuesday night.
Loyola-Chicago (11-7, 4-1) rebounded from a 67-48 loss at Evansville in their last outing, and is now tied atop the Missouri Valley Conference standings with the Crusaders (11-7, 4-1), who had its five-game win streak snapped.
Markus Golder made three of Valparaiso's six 3-pointers and finished with 16 points.
Kaifes hit a 3-pointer at the end of the first half and the Ramblers led 33-23 and Valparaiso didn't get closer. Uguak scored on a dunk, Williamson added a 3-pointer and 3-point play, sparking a 15-1 run to start the second half.
The Ramblers have beaten Valparaiso in four of the last five meetings.
Updated January 15, 2019