The Fordham softball and baseball teams won three combined A-10 weekly awards, with freshman Alvin Melendez winning A-10 Co-Rookie of the Week, as well as senior Amy van Hoven winning Player of the Week and freshman Taylor Stocks winning Pitcher of the Week. Melendez notched his first win of the season by throwing five innings as relief and only allowing one hit in a 6-5 win over George Mason. Van Hoven led Fordham over the weekend with eight hits, seven runs scored and six stolen bases in 11 at bats without a single strikeout. Stocks threw a shutout against Rhode Island in her lone win over the weekend, striking out a season-high five batters.
Block announced that she will be going to Australia to study at the University of Queensland. Block will be focusing on researching the athletic identity formation of paralympic youth swimmers diagnosed with cerebral palsy. The Fulbright U.S. Student Program is an exchange program that offers approximately 1,900 grants in international graduate studies.
Fordham Football head coach Andrew Breiner announced that four new coaches have been added to the Rams coaching staff for next season. Tommy Galt has been named offensive line coach, while Jon Guynes has been named assistant defensive line coach, as well as a recruiting coordinator. Stephen Pribble has been named offensive quality control coach, and Liam Smith has been named defensive quality control coach.
Reporter Jeff Goodman announced that redshirt junior guard Antwoine Anderson told ESPN he would be leaving Fordham’s basketball team and transferring. Anderson joins senior forward Christian Sengfelder, who announced that he would be transferring on March 21. Anderson averaged 11.1 points per game this season, knocking down two game-winning baskets for Fordham this year. Sengfelder averaged 12 points and 5 rebounds per game this season.
–Compiled by Alvin Halimwidjaya