A Rambler Run-In! Joel Murray '80 is currently on tour with "Whose Live Anyway?", an improv comedy show inspired by the television show "Whose Line is it Anyway?" Recently, Joel's former Rambler football teammate Mark Schroeder '79, and his wife, Johnna, were in attendance at a performance in San Antonio. After the show, the two were able to connect backstage where they shared lots of laughs and Loyola memories.
Daniel Seeberg '75
The Illinois Track & Cross Country Coaches Association (ITCCCA) announced that Daniel Seeberg '75 was one of eight coaches to be selected into the ITCCCA's Coaches Hall-of-Fame Class of 2024. Dan has coached for 37 years at Loyola Academy, serving as head cross country coach since 1991. His teams have won 47 Catholic League championships, six regional championships, one sectional championship, and he has coached 11 All-State cross country runners. In track and field, he has coached eight athletes to All-State honors. Dan will be inducted at the annual ITCCCA Hall-of-Fame Banquet in January 2024.
Hubert J. Cioromski '78
In March, Hubert J. Cioromski '78 has the distinct honor of celebrating the 550th anniversary of the birth of Nicholas Copernicus and speaking in the Polish Senate about the Copernicus Foundation in Chicago and its aid to Ukraine. Hubert was joined by his son, Steve.
Michael P. Kessler '78
Michael P. "Mike" Kessler '78 and Patrick J. "Pat" Foley '72 had the chance to exchange stories about their Loyola years at a private Blackhawks game in February.
Track & Field and Cross Country Ramblers Reunite
1970s-era members of the Loyola Academy track & field and cross country teams reunited in December. The day began with Mass in the Loyola Academy Chapel, followed by a luncheon at Hackney's. Also in attendance was Frank Amato, longtime Loyola Academy track & field coach and mentor.