Behrns said Sister Jean left her courtside perch early so she could greet all the players in the tunnel as the game ended - "just as she has for every other game, win or lose".
Loyola-Chicago's improbable run through the NCAA Tournament ended Saturday night with a 69-57 loss to mighty MI. Michigan, who snapped Loyola's 14-game winning streak, has now won 14 straight.
Loyola-Chicago is only the fourth No. 11 seed to reach the national semifinals.
These performances were what kept MI basketball from being the first team to lose to a double-digit seed in a Final Four game ever.
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Moe Wagner scored 24 points and had 15 rebounds to lead MI against Loyola-Chicago, which led by as many as 10 points early in the second half. Adds quotes from Loyola and Michigan's Simmons. Fans agree, and say they're hardly disappointed with this season, even though it came to an end sooner than they would have liked. But facing one of the best defensive teams in the country, the Ramblers scored just 16 points over the final 14 minutes. "So not dropping our heads was one of the main adjustments we had to make".
When the 6-foot-11, multifaceted German import Moritz Wagner took the ball reasonably close to the basket with seven minutes left, then backed up into 3-point range on the right, then drained the shot that tied the score at last at 47-47, he had just made Michigan's 19th field goal in 51 tries. "I think a lot of people will remember this run for a long time". "We're going to give her a little bit of an extended break from everything. and let her kind of catch her breath". MI refused to fade, even with point guard Zavier Simpson - whose solid play has been critical to the Wolverines' late-season surge - playing terribly.
The Michigan Wolverines proved to be too much for the Ramblers.