After all three teams ended the regular season on a high note with a program sweep of Chaminade last Friday, it's now the Varsity Cubs who carry the torch into the postseason for Loyola Basketball—starting with the 2023 Mission League Tournament. Loyola takes the No. 5 seed into its first round matchup at home with Alemany on Monday (Jan. 30).
- WHO:  Loyola vs  Alemany
- WHAT: Mission League Tourney - First Round
- WHEN: Monday, Jan. 30 at 6PM
- WHERE: Leavey Gym - Loyola HS
- Prices are $10 for Adults and $5 for Children 13 and under.
- Student tickets are FREE with school ID, but must be reserved using the link above for entry to the game. Loyola Faculty/Staff are also free with school ID at the door.
- All tickets are electronic and purchased via the GoFan link above. No paper tickets will be sold on site. Guests will present their tickets on their phones at the gate.
PARKING: Guests enter campus via the Dewey Lot (1499 Dewey Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90006). Security will direct any overflow to adjacent and secure parking lots surrounding campus. Handicap parking is also available (please inform Security).
ENTRANCE: Gates will open at 5:15PM for the Varsity game that starts at 6PM. Seating is at a first come, first served basis inside Leavey Gym.
LIVESTREAM: The game will be streamed through the NFHS Network here:
TOURNEY INFO: A win over  Alemany in Round 1 would send  Loyola into the quarterfinals the following day (Tuesday, Jan. 31) on the road at  St. Francis in La Cañada. Any ticket/gameday info will be posted as soon as it is made available by the host school. A quarterfinal win over the Knights would then send Loyola to the semifinals against  Harvard-Westlake in Studio City on Wednesday (Feb. 1). The finals will be played at Alemany on Friday (Feb. 3).
PREVIEW: Loyola is coming off a thrilling program sweep on the road at Chaminade to end the regular season last Friday (Jan. 27) in West Hills. It took overtime for both Varsity and JV to pull off the victories: JV fought back from down 22 points to force OT and win 74-67 in their final game of the season, while Varsity outlasted the Eagles in a hard fought 63-59 contest. Junior Jonas de Krassel '24 led with 25 points and seven in the extra frame, while Hugh Vandeweghe '24 added 19.
The Freshman team celebrated an incredible debut season, one of the best in school history, with their 50-47 victory over Chaminade that secured an undefeated (7-0) league championship. The Class of 2026 finished their first year with a 25-2 overall record (.926).
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