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The Loyola Ramblers are the varsity sports teams of Loyola University Chicago. Most teams compete in the Horizon League of the NCAA Division I.

Loyola's 1962-1963 men's basketball team, led by coach George Ireland, won the 1963 NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Tournament, by defeating the University of Cincinnati, 60-58, in the title game. Walter Victor Rouse tipped in the winning bucket to win the game. Loyola is the only school in Illinois that has ever won a NCAA basketball championship. Moreover, Loyola made it to the finals of the National Invitation Tournaments (NIT), in 1939 and 1949 and the 'Sweet Sixteen' of the 1964 NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Tournament and 1985 NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Tournament.

Notable athletes from Loyola include middle-distance runner Tom O'Hara and basketball players Mike Novak, Jerry Harkness, Les Hunter, Alfredrick Hughes, LaRue Martin and Blake Schilb. www.loyolaramblers.cstv.com