CHICAGO -- Marques Townes had 26 points as Loyola-Chicago topped Bradley 81-68 on Saturday to win a share of the Missouri Valley Conference regular-season title.
Cameron Krutwig had 16 points and six assists for the Ramblers (19-12, 12-6), who tied Drake for the league crown but will take the No. 1 seed into the conference tournament. It's the first time in program history that the Ramblers have won consecutive regular-season titles.
The Ramblers evened the season series against the Braves with the win. Bradley defeated Loyola of Chicago 61-54 on Feb. 13.
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