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While Seattle celebrates their fourth title in team history, the WNBA will revel in television viewership growth this season. (Courtesy of Twitter)

Beyond the Scoreboard: Get Behind the WNBA or Get Left Behind

October 7, 2020

More importantly, an average of 570,000 people tuned in to ESPN and watched the Storm earn its fourth title in team history.

Sabrina Ionescu (above) can be a transcendant basketball star for the WNBA's New York Liberty. (Courtesy of Flickr)

Welcome to Brooklyn

April 22, 2020

The stats are hard to believe, but the numbers alone fail to express the full picture. Because Ionescu’s impact transcends accolades and integers, not just on Oregon or women’s basketball, but the larger sports world. And that is not hyperbole.

Led by Cavanaugh, the Rams charge into the A-10 Quarterfinals in Dayton against Duquesne. (Courtesy of Fordham Athletics)

Women’s Basketball Wins First-Round Game Against St. Joe’s

March 4, 2020

Fordham Women’s Basketball entered the Atlantic 10 Tournament on a quest to win its second-straight conference title. So far, that journey is off to an excellent start. Fordham defeated Saint Joseph’s...

The Rams overcame disappointment in Virginia to down the Explorers. (Mackenzie Cranna)

Women’s Basketball Falls to VCU, Takes Down La Salle

February 5, 2020

Despite two double-digit leads against VCU, foul trouble plagued the Rams in Virginia, but they would overcome travel woes to return to the win column against La Salle.

Despite a loss, the Rams have confidence against their toughest tasks. (Courtesy of Mackenzie Cranna)

Women’s Basketball Splits Against Saint Louis, Dayton

January 29, 2020

A resounding victory and tough defeat against the best in the A-10 add confidence to the Rams as they approach another tall task against VCU.

With a new TV deal, the WNBA now must focus on taking care of its players. (Courtesy of Flickr)

Beyond the Scoreboard: New TV-Deal for WNBA is Bittersweet at Best

April 24, 2019

There is absolutely no reason why women’s basketball can’t generate the money necessary to keep its players happy financially.

A magical run for Women’s basketball came to an end in the first round of the NCAA tournament after losing to Syracuse, 70-49. (Courtesy of Fordham Athletics)

Women’s Basketball Loses to Syracuse in NCAA Tournament

April 3, 2019

While steps forward as a program always look better in hindsight, a loss to end your season will hurt whether it comes in the first round of the tournament or the championship game.

Following their win at St. Bonaventure, Women’s Basketball moves to second in the Atlantic 10 standings.  (Courtesy of The Fordham Ram)

Women’s Basketball Beat Davidson, win Sixth Straight Game

February 20, 2019

After a dominant week against Davidson and St. Bonaventure, Women's Basketball are now winners of six straight games.

Women's Basketball Wins Second Straight Holiday Classic

Women’s Basketball Wins Second Straight Holiday Classic

January 2, 2019

Women's Basketball beat Maine and Middle Tennessee to close its non-conference schedule.

Head coach Stephanie Gaitley talks with Lauren Holden during the game on Tuesday. (Courtesy of Fordham Athletics)

Stephanie Gaitley Earns 150th Fordham Win

December 13, 2018

Women's Basketball beat Columbia on Tuesday 68-49.

Sophomore Bre Cavanaugh led Fordham Women’s Basketball to a second-place finish in this year’s Gulf Coast Showcase (Julia Comerford/The Fordham Ram).

Women’s Basketball Finishes Second at Gulf Coast Showcase

November 28, 2018

Fordham Women's Basketball reached the final of the Gulf Coast Showcase before taking a loss to #9/#10 Texas.

Lauren Holden and the Rams had an up-and-down start to their season (Julia Comerford/The Fordham Ram).

Women’s Basketball 1-1 to Start Season

November 14, 2018

Fordham Women's Basketball followed up a big win over Wagner in their opener with a disappointing loss at Northeastern.

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