Cameron Krutwig added 12 points and hauled in eight rebounds for Loyola-Chicago (10-1) and Adarius Avery had 10 points. The Ramblers, who upset No. 5 Florida just three days earlier, extended their win streak to three by hitting 71 percent of their 35 shots from the field Saturday, including 10 of 13 from long range, and controlling the glass 36-21.
Leading by four in the first half, Loyola-Chicago broke away with a 20-5 run capped with two of Ingram's 3-pointers to make it 38-19 with under six minutes to play in the opening half. Marques Townes and Bruno Skokna also had 3-pointers in the breakaway run and the Ramblers led by double figures the rest of the way.
Derrik Jamerson Jr. led Norfolk State (0-9) with 14 points and Steven Whitley had 10.
The rebuilding Wildcats are set to raise the 2018 national championship banner next week and also lower expectations for the year ahead after multiple NBA departures.
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|North Carolina A&T||11-5||1||20-15|
|North Carolina Central||9-7||3||19-16|
|South Carolina St||6-10||6||10-22|