Women’s Basketball on the Road to Face Loyola Chicago on Wednesday

PROVIDENCE, R.I. – Get ready for an exhilarating showdown as the Brown women’s basketball team gears up to face off against Loyola Chicago this Wednesday afternoon (Nov. 22). The game against the Ramblers is scheduled to tip-off at 2 p.m. ET/1 p.m. CT, and fans can catch the action on ESPN+.
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  • Brown looks to rebound against an Atlantic 10 team following a loss to Rhode Island in the last game.
  • Kyla Jones led Brown with 16 points in the recent game, with Grace Arnolie contributing 13 points and Ada Anamekwe adding 10 points.
  • Jones has been prolific, scoring in double-figures in four consecutive games and boasts an average of 14.8 points per game.
  • Arnolie, with 12.6 points per game, has reached double-figures four times already this season.
  • Alyssa Moreland made her mark with five steals in the last outing and leads the team with 13 steals this season.
  • Bears have experienced some really close games on the road this season, adding to the excitement of their matchups.
  • This game is significant as it marks Brown’s return to Illinois after two years since it’s last appearance in the state.


  • The Ramblers, with a 2-2 record, are helmed by a familiar face as Allison Guth, the former Yale coach, stands at the helm.
  • Momentum is high for Loyola after a thrilling overtime win at Bradley. Sam Galanopoulos emerged as a standout with a career-high 27 points.
  • Home-court dominance is what Loyola is aiming for, having suffered losses in their first two home games.
  • Despite their mixed results, Sitori Tanin and Sam Galanopoulos have been leading the charge with Alyssa Fisher also adding to the firepower.


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