The 11th-seeded Loyola-Chicago Ramblers' Cinderella run in the NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Championship came to an end in the Final Four on Saturday night, and with it came the heartbreak that is March Madness.
Loyola-Chicago held a double-digit lead over the Michigan Wolverines in the second half of the national semifinal matchup. However, Michigan's Moe Wagner (24 points and 15 rebounds) came up big for his team down the stretch and helped the Wolverines pull out a 69-57 victory.
Ramblers players were understandably emotional walking back to the locker room after the season-ending loss:
The loss stings now, but reaching the Final Four for just the second time in program history is an incredible accomplishment:
College basketball fans will not soon forget these Ramblers.