In 2003-2004, Loyola completed its first ever full season of competition. Despite this being the first year of true competition, Loyola Mock Trial qualified for the Silver National Tournament (just one step below the Gold National Championship Tournament). The case was criminal, State v. Harmon. Tony Sturmanis was a rising star in the world of professional hockey. Tragically, he was killed during a playoff game in Midlands City following a fight with Michael Harmon. Harmon was later indicted on three counts of homicide. His wife, Victoria, had recently been romantically linked to Sturmanis. Also, Harmon lost a lucrative contract to Sturmanis just hours before the confrontation during the game.
2003-2004 Season Records
2 Top-Five Finishes, 2 Top-Ten Finishes
Silver National Tournament Qualifiers