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Women’s Soccer Down Marist, Readies for A-10 Play

Women’s Soccer Down Marist, Readies for A-10 Play

September 19, 2018

By Charlie Maisano The Fordham women’s soccer team only had one game last week, so it made sure to play at its highest level on Friday night. The Rams welcomed the Marist Foxes to Jack Coffey Field in what was the third ga...

The Cardiac Rams Take Two in the Midwest

The Cardiac Rams Take Two in the Midwest

September 12, 2018

By Andrew Posadas Here’s the truth: no beat writers can physically watch all of their team’s games. Luckily, every game can be streamed online for your viewing pleasure. As for me, there is one particular way I enjoy keepi...

Women’s Soccer Rallies After Losing First Four

Women’s Soccer Rallies After Losing First Four

September 12, 2018

By Charlie Maisano The Fordham women’s soccer team opened the 2018 season with a tough out of conference schedule, which was meant to test the young Rams. They entered last Sunday’s contest against the Lehigh Mountain Haw...

The End of the Ronaldo-Messi Debate?

The End of the Ronaldo-Messi Debate?

April 18, 2018

By Andrew Posadas Ronaldo or Messi? We’ve been debating who’s better for more than a decade, losing our voices and splitting hairs over the accolades of both footballers. It’s no secret that I myself am a full-time member of Team CR7...

Ronaldo’s Bicycle Kick Heard ‘Round the World

Ronaldo’s Bicycle Kick Heard ‘Round the World

April 11, 2018

By Andrew Posadas Real Madrid went into Italy for the first leg of its quarterfinal matchup against Juventus, and the team absolutely dominated the Italian squad on their way to a 3-0 victory. You would think a win against one of the bes...

Valentine’s Day for Soccer Fans

Valentine’s Day for Soccer Fans

February 14, 2018

By Andrew Posadas This year, Feb. 14 is not just another Valentine’s Day for me and other soccer fans. On the contrary, my initial thought wasn’t on the holiday. Not on elegant roses or superfluously written cards shaped i...

Putting the ML in MLS

Putting the ML in MLS

February 7, 2018

By Alvin Halimwidjaya Matthew Lewis still jokes with Zach Wright about their Elite 8 matchup. “Only a few times. And I say that in a joking fashion because we’ve talked about it quite a few times, actually....

Beckham’s Miami Team Could Attract Messi

Beckham’s Miami Team Could Attract Messi

February 7, 2018

By Andrew Posadas The Miami Dolphins. The Miami Heat. The Miami Marlins (thanks again for Giancarlo Stanton, Derek Jeter). Now, Miami can call itself a soccer city. Since 2014, David Beckham has been on a mission ...

Women and Soccer on the Gaza Strip

Women and Soccer on the Gaza Strip

January 31, 2018

By Andrew Posadas If you’ve ever been to a soccer game in the States, you’ll find the spectators vary in race, age and gender. Men, women and children are all welcomed to watch the sport that is universally recognized as the mo...

Ronaldhino Hangs Them Up

Ronaldhino Hangs Them Up

January 24, 2018

by Andrew Posadas Before there was Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo, one superstar reigned supreme throughout the 2000’s. He wasn’t a baby-faced assassin like Messi. He didn’t have the “GQ Magazine” looks that Cristian...

Rams Fall to UNC in First Elite 8 in Program History

Rams Fall to UNC in First Elite 8 in Program History

December 6, 2017

By Alvin Halimwidjaya After three thrilling rounds of NCAA tournament play, the Rams’ carriage turned back into a pumpkin, and Fordham Men’s Soccer’s Cinderella run ended at the feet of third-seede...

Previewing the 2018 World Cup

Previewing the 2018 World Cup

December 6, 2017

By Andrew Posadas With the draw for the 2018 World Cup completed this past weekend, soccer fans around the world can now decipher how each group plays out. There are a handful of questions that will be debated from now until the ...

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