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“Sure, Take It”: Cavanaugh’s Game-Winner Lifts Fordham Over Davidson

Bre Cavanaugh became Fordham's first conference player of the year on Thursday. (Courtesy of Fordham Athletics)

Jimmy Sullivan, Sports Editor

February 14, 2020

Fordham shot the ball atrociously from downtown on Thursday night against Davidson College. The Rams missed their first 15 three-pointers of the night, the team’s most misses from downtown without a make since 1996. Fordham didn’t make a three-pointer until there were 2.1 seconds to play in the game...

Women’s Soccer’s Etienne Makes Mark With Haitian National Team

Danielle Etienne (above) has competed with the Haitian national team as just a freshman at Fordham. (Courtesy of Fordham Athletics)

Alex Wolz, Assistant Sports Editor

February 12, 2020

Look down the roster that took the field for the 2020 Haitian women’s soccer team at the CONCACAF Women’s Olympic Qualifying and you will find just one United States college player: Danielle Etienne, freshman midfielder at Fordham. After helping lead Haiti to a spot in the Qualifiers this past...

Men’s Tennis Dominates UConn

The Rams look to extend their winning ways against Siena. (Courtesy of Fordham Athletics)

Jimmy Sullivan, Sports Editor

February 12, 2020

The Rams dispatched UConn with a commanding 6-1 victory and will look to do the same against Siena to extend their win streak to three matches and drive further away from the loss column.

News & Notes

Dylan Balsamo, Assistant Sports Editor

February 12, 2020

Women’s Tennis Has Two Honorees While Fordham Rams’ junior Arina Taluyenko was awarded the Atlantic 10 Conference’s Women’s Tennis Player of the Week award, as was announced on Tuesday, her teammate, freshman Weronika Pociej, was given the Conference’s Rookie of the Week award for the same...

Scores & Stats

Scores & Stats for the week of 2/5-2/11

Dylan Balsamo, Assistant Sports Editor

February 12, 2020

"Women’s Basketball Rhode Island 50 Fordham 60 (FOR) DeWolfe: 18 PTS, 6 FG Fordham 69 Massachusetts 64 (FOR) Cavanaugh: 22 PTS, 6 FG"

Men’s Track Loses in One Event at Millrose Games

Dylan Balsamo, Assistant Sports Editor

February 12, 2020

Last week was what one might consider a successful, and if not that, eventful, weekend of competition for the men and women of Fordham Track & Field. At the Metropolitan Championships on Staten Island, the Rams had multiple wins and impressive finishes across the table of events, and it made it seem...

Softball Aims to Build Off Opening Weekend in Houston

With a young squad seeing a wekeend of ups and downs, the Rams look to take the positives forward. (Courtesy of Fordham Athletics)

Emmanuel Berbari, Staff Writer

February 12, 2020

After suffering some tight losses to begin the season, the Rams finished with a victory over Northwestern State as the young squad looks to carry that momentum into California and the season as a whole.

Swimming Concludes 2019-20 Season

Fordham's swimming and diving teams are focused on next season. (Courtesy of Fordham Athletics)

Jack Roche, Contributing Witer

February 12, 2020

Fordham's swimming and diving teams competed in their last events of the season.

Men’s Basketball Suffers Worst Loss of Season to Davidson

In an incredibly frustrating loss to Davidson, Fordham men's basketball has perhaps reached a tipping point. (Courtesy of Fordham Athletics)

Andrew Posadas, Manging Editor

February 12, 2020

For a majority of the season, Fordham men’s basketball has been able to hang its hat on a steadfast defense, but Davidson College was able to take full advantage of head coach Jeff Neubauer on Tuesday evening.

Women’s Basketball Survives Late Test in Massachusetts

The Rams aim to prove to be one of the A-10’s best against Davidson. (Mackenzie Cranna/The Fordham Ram)

Jimmy Sullivan, Sports Editor

February 12, 2020

Despite turning what looked to be a routine victory into a stressful one down the stretch, clutch free-throw shooting propelled the Rams past UMass as they aim to further lock down a top seed in the A-10 against a Davidson team that downed them earlier this year.

Japan Wins Titles at Four Continents

Japan has historically the top figure skating nation in the world, and that trend continued at this year's Four Continents. (Courtesy of Flickr)

Maggie Rothfus, Copy Chief Emerita

February 12, 2020

Through the likes of Yuzuru Hanyu, Rika Kihira and Yuma Kagiyama, Japan still proves itself a formidable obstacle to other top figure skating countries.

The XFL’s Rebirth: Can Vince McMahon’s Endeavor Succeed?

Will the XFL be more successful than it was in 2001, when it failed after just one season? (Courtesy of Flickr)

Stephen Lebitsch, Staff Writer

February 12, 2020

Vince McMahon's XFL failed in its first attempt in 2001. Will things be different in 2020?

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