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Women’s Basketball Survives Slugfest With George Washington

Women’s Basketball Survives Slugfest With George Washington

January 13, 2020

Entering Sunday’s matchup against George Washington at 1–1 in A-10 play, Fordham Women’s Basketball would have taken a victory by any means necessary. In Sunday’s game, the Rams had to survive f...

Women’s Basketball Wins Holiday Classic

Women’s Basketball Wins Holiday Classic

January 1, 2020

Fordham Women’s Basketball entered the team’s annual Holiday Classic on a roll. The Rams entered the Holidays having won four straight games and six of their last seven, and head coach Stephanie Gaitle...

Women’s Basketball Pushes Win Streak to Four

Women’s Basketball Pushes Win Streak to Four

December 17, 2019

The early-season struggles of Fordham Women’s Basketball seem to be in the Rams’ rearview mirror. Fordham won its fourth straight game — and sixth out of seven — with a 65–52 victory over Southe...

Squash Takes Two of Three to Close November

Squash Takes Two of Three to Close November

December 4, 2019

Fordham Squash entered a weekend home series in late-November with one goal in mind: to maintain its early-season momentum. Fordham entered at 9–3 with some impressive wins early on. Fordham was able...

Women’s Basketball Splits Bahamas Hoopfest

Women’s Basketball Splits Bahamas Hoopfest

December 4, 2019

Fordham Women’s Basketball and head coach Stephanie Gaitley likes to take this part of the season to figure some things out. This includes finding out the team’s strengths and weaknesses and where...

Kutch Competes at NCAAs, Cross Country Hosts ECAC/IC4A Championships

Kutch Competes at NCAAs, Cross Country Hosts ECAC/IC4A Championships

December 4, 2019

On Saturday, Nov. 23, Fordham’s Cross Country teams competed in the ECAC/IC4A Championships at Van Cortlandt Park in the Bronx, N.Y., while their best runner, senior Ryan Kutch, participated in the NCAA...

Overtime: 60 Feet Over the Fence

Overtime: 60 Feet Over the Fence

December 4, 2019

If you’re a baseball fan, you may be familiar with “Moneyball,” the 2003 book and its accompanying 2011 film. One of the most poignant scenes in each revolves around an out-of-shape minor-league...

Women’s Basketball Blows Past Charlotte as Offense Combusts

Women’s Basketball Blows Past Charlotte as Offense Combusts

November 26, 2019

Fordham Women’s Basketball coach Stephanie Gaitley’s teams are known for playing hard-nosed defense and making opposing offenses earn every point. That being said, the Rams don’t mind offensive out...

Women’s Basketball Earns First Win Over Northeastern

Women’s Basketball Earns First Win Over Northeastern

November 22, 2019

No one said the Fordham women’s basketball team’s schedule was easy. Matchups with teams like Notre Dame, Penn State and Villanova had the potential to give a young team trouble early in the seaso...

Squash Splits Local Weekend

Jimmy Sullivan, Fordham Squash

November 20, 2019

Fordham Squash has gotten off to an excellent start in the 2019–20 season, winning seven of its first nine matches. The Rams came into this year with high expectations, having won last year’s Chaffee Cup at the Collegiate Squash Association Championship. This year’s team, heading into this weekend, picked up right where last year’s left off. The Rams started the weekend with a Friday evening matchup against Stanford....

Kutch Advances to NCAA Cross Country Championship

Kutch Advances to NCAA Cross Country Championship

November 20, 2019

Not many things can stop Fordham senior and cross country superstar Ryan Kutch. Evidently, not even a foot of snow can do so, either. Last Friday’s NCAA Northeast Regional Championship was scheduled...

Beyond the Scoreboard: Signs of the Apocalypse

Beyond the Scoreboard: Signs of the Apocalypse

November 20, 2019

Folks, the Houston Astros are back in the public eye again. An investigation by The Athletic has found Houston guilty of stealing signs, a baseball practice as old as peanuts and crackerjack. According...

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