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Fall Preview: Women’s Soccer Tries to Take Next Step

Fall Preview: Women’s Soccer Tries to Take Next Step

August 22, 2019

Fall preview for Fordham's women's soccer team.

Tinder Swipe Off Concert to be Held at New York Expo Center

Tinder Swipe Off Concert to be Held at New York Expo Center

April 24, 2019

The #SwipeOff concert will be held April 24th at the New York Expo Center. Doors open at 6pm.

Women’s Soccer Eliminated from A-10s by Saint Joseph’s

Women’s Soccer Eliminated from A-10s by Saint Joseph’s

October 31, 2018

By Charlie Maisano The Fordham women’s soccer team’s time in the A-10 Tournament was short lived after a successful 2018 season. The Rams fell to the Saint Joseph’s Hawks, 2-0, in Philadelphia on Saturday night and wer...

Women’s Soccer Drops Last Two Games of Regular Season

Women’s Soccer Drops Last Two Games of Regular Season

October 24, 2018

By Charlie Maisano With an A-10 Tournament spot already clinched, the Fordham women’s soccer team wrapped up the regular season last week. However, the last two games did not end the way it thought they would. A match...

Women’s Soccer Extends Winning Streak to Six Games, Off to Best Conference Start in School History

Women’s Soccer Extends Winning Streak to Six Games, Off to Best Conference Start in School History

October 3, 2018

By Charlie Maisano It seems like the Fordham women’s soccer team has forgotten what it feels like to lose. The Rams wrapped up their long five-game homestand by winning the last four games in dominant fashion. They won the...

Women’s Soccer Wins First Two Games of A-10 Action

Women’s Soccer Wins First Two Games of A-10 Action

September 26, 2018

By Charlie Maisano The Fordham women’s soccer team wrapped up its five-game home stand against two conference opponents. The contests ended quite differently from one another. The Rams began last week with a 3-5 record and...

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...

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...

Women’s Tennis Loses to VCU at Atlantic 10 Tournament

Women’s Tennis Loses to VCU at Atlantic 10 Tournament

May 2, 2018

By Charlie Maisano After going 8-9 (3-3 A-10) in the regular season, the Fordham women’s tennis team headed down to Orlando, Florida for the much-anticipated Atlantic 10 Championship at the USTA National Campus. Based...

Women’s Tennis Closes Regular Season at 8-9

Women’s Tennis Closes Regular Season at 8-9

April 25, 2018

By Charlie Maisano The 2018 regular season has come to an end for the Fordham Women’s Tennis team. It concluded against two A-10 foes, which was the test the Rams needed in advance of the A-10 tournament in Florida this we...

Women’s Tennis Defeats Queens College and Stony Brook To Improve to 7-8

Women’s Tennis Defeats Queens College and Stony Brook To Improve to 7-8

April 18, 2018

By Charlie Maisano This past week was a bounce-back week for the Fordham Women’s Tennis team. Coming off a week where they split games against A-10 opponents, the Rams wanted to gain some momentum before playing two more...

Women’s Tennis Splits Weekend Matches Against A-10 Foes

Women’s Tennis Splits Weekend Matches Against A-10 Foes

April 11, 2018

By Charlie Maisano It was an A-10 filled weekend for the Fordham Women’s Tennis team, as it welcomed two of its conference foes to the Bronx for back-to-back games. Entering into the weekend, the Rams were 4-7 (1-1 A-10)...

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