CHICAGO (AP) — Loyola-Chicago has rewarded coach Porter Moser with a new contract through the 2025-26 season for a captivating Final Four run.
The school announced the deal Wednesday. Financial terms weren’t disclosed.
Moser — 121-111 in seven seasons at Loyola — endured losing records his first three years. But the Ramblers turned things around in a big way.
Loyola (32-6) set a program record for victories and won the Missouri Valley Conference tournament to reach the NCAAs for the first time since a Sweet 16 run in 1985. The Ramblers even turned a lovable 98-year-old nun named Sister Jean Dolores Schmidt into a celebrity on the way to the Final Four.