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The Ram Staff’s Final Four Predictions

The Ram Staff’s Final Four Predictions

April 2, 2014

By MAX PRINZ SPORTS EDITOR On my way home from spring break, I was waiting for a D train when an older woman approached me with a slightly wrinkled piece of paper in her hand. She caught my eye, smiled...

After being shut out by Marist on Tuesday, the Rams’ record sits at 8-12. A three game weekend series with Dayton awaits. (Ram Archives)

Baseball Struggles Over Spring Break, Goes 3-5

March 26, 2014

By MAX PRINZ The Fordham baseball team picked up its third home win and its first Atlantic 10 Conference win of the season last week, but stumbled to a 3-5 record overall. The Rams won the final game of a t...

After a long time away, the Rams have several games at home this week, including a weekend doubleheader. (MICHAEL REZIN/THE RAM)

Baseball Starts Season With 5-6 Record After Sweep of NYIT

March 12, 2014

By MAX PRINZ The Fordham baseball team has dropped six of its first nine games of the 2014 season.  After a postponement and a field change, the team has been forced to play all of its early games ...

After serving as a starter and reliever last season, Porter will be used almost exclusively as a starting pitcher this year. (Samuel Joseph/The Ram)

Senior Profile: J.C. Porter

March 12, 2014

By MAX PRINZ [wpvideo BJskKlwh] The Fordham Ram: First, what brought you to Fordham? J.C. Porter: Fordham was actually one of the first schools that recruited me, Division I wise. I really had a connec...

Can Phil Jackson and James Dolan coexist and turn the Knicks around? (Photo Courtesy of Wikimedia)

Overtime: On Phil Jackson

March 12, 2014

By MAX PRINZ What in the world is Phil Jackson thinking? According to ESPN’s Chris Broussard, Jackson is leaning towards accepting a job offer from the New York Knicks. His title remains unclear...

The Rams’  pitching staff hopes to improve on last year’s 4.66 team ERA. (THE RAM ARCHIVES)

Spring Preview: Young Talent, Proven Seniors, Lead Rams Into 2014

March 5, 2014

By MAX PRINZ The end of winter brings a number of welcoming things: warmer temperatures, beautiful sunny days and, most welcome of all, baseball season. The Fordham Rams, the winningest program in all o...

Students who attended sampled six different beers, both local and foreign.
(Richard Bordelon/The Ram)

RHA Raises Glasses, Drinks to Support Camp Rising Sun

February 20, 2014

By MAX PRINZ & RICHARD BORDELON Beer made a glorious return to Dagger Johns for the second event in RHA's The Series Tuesday night. The second annual beer tasting, hosted by The Bronx Beer Hall, s...

Bode Miller was the subject of an interview in which many believed NBC was insensitive to Miller’s emotions. (Photo Courtesy of Flickr)

NBC Skis Over the Cliff with Bode Miller Interview

February 19, 2014

By MAX PRINZ SPORTS EDITOR I enjoy it when emotion comes spilling out of athletes. It can be incredible to watch great athletes work their tails off, reach success and then, finally, allow themselves ...

Curling originated in Scotland in the 16th century and has been included in the Olympics since 1924. (Photo Courtesy of Wikimedia)

Editor’s Pick: Curling

February 19, 2014

By MAX PRINZ There is no shortage of things to love about the great sport of curling. For starters, go take a look at the terrific uniforms of team Norway. It does not get much better than that. I fir...

Oklahoma State has a gem of a player in Smart, but his recent actions have him in the news for the wrong reasons. (Photo Courtesy of Wikimedia)

Overtime: On Oklahoma State Basketball

February 12, 2014

By MAX PRINZ SPORTS EDITOR Putting together this paper, as any editor will attest, requires a night-long effort. In the sports section, we get through those especially long nights by watching any sporting event that happens to be on....

Andrew Maitner, FCRH ‘14, shares his experiences at Fordham through photography. (Michael Prinz/The Ram)

Who’s that kid? It’s Andrew Maitner, FCRH ‘14

February 12, 2014

By MAX PRINZ SPORTS EDITOR There are two ways to get to know Andrew Maitner. The first is to look at his Instagram account. Seriously, go do it now. He’s @ajmaitner. Andrew sets the standard for p...

Jon Severe is averaging 23.2 points per game, which leads all Division I freshmen. (Photo by Michael Rezin/The Ram)

Rams Top Jaspers, Win 106th Battle of the Bronx

December 4, 2013

By MAX PRINZ ASSISTANT SPORTS EDITOR They don’t call it the Battle of the Bronx for nothing. In a tightly contested affair that went down to the wire, freshman Jon Severe scored a career-high 30...

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