Branden Frazier got a special opportunity Tuesday - a chance to workout for his hometown Brooklyn Nets and take a step towards playing in the NBA, something he says he's always dreamed of.
"I think I did pretty well, he said. "There's a lot of shooting stuff I could have done better with, but it's about working."
By: Abigail Corning
The dream began in second grade when I told my teacher that I would one day play Division One basketball. And now, my career has come to an end. How does one move on from something that has been the center of their life for over a decade? Here’s my plan.
Fordham softball has reached its fourth NCAA Regional in the past five years. WFUV Sports’ Mike Watts is with the team to Tallahassee, Florida for the Rams’ postseason adventure. Here are some of the sights and thoughts from the trip.
Fordham softball has reached its fourth NCAA Regional in the past five years. WFUV Sports’ Mike Watts traveled with the team to Tallahassee, Florida for the Rams’ postseason adventure. Here are some of the sights and thoughts from the trip.
WFUV’s Alicia Montanaro sat down and talked with Fordham Women’s Tennis senior Hanna Fritzinger. They discussed Hanna’s road to Fordham, the evolution of the tennis program over the last four years, what is next for her and other topics.
Another year of Fordham basketball is complete, but this time with a different ending than ever before. The Rams are officially atop the Atlantic 10 as tournament champions, and were just one possession from reaching the second round of the NCAA Tournament.
A close last second loss to California in the NCAA Tournament hardly took away from the team's incredible program defining season. Coach Stephanie V. Gaitley called in to One on One from the Final Four in Nashville to discuss her team's incredible season and what is in store for next season's encore.
My voice is still hoarse. My eyes are still groggy. I am still reeling with a weekend hangover that’s filled with nostalgia and some withdrawal. The culprit, however, hasn’t been alcohol intoxication. It’s been three days in Waco, Texas capped by a heartbreaking one-point loss in the first round of the women’s NCAA tournament.
With another season in the books for Fordham men's basketball, coach Tom Pecora joined us to wrap up the year and look ahead to the offseason.
Pecora answered questions about his future and that of his program head on. He talked about the next generation of Fordham players and the impact of Branden Frazier, who followed him to Fordham from Hofstra four years ago.
We also discussed the play of his forwards down the final stretch of the year and how he thinks Fordham's three remaining starting guards can improve over the offseason.