Atlantic 10

Rams Comeback to Defeat George Mason

by Mike Watts

Kenny Ducey :: WFUV

There were several times when Rams fans probably thought another winnable game had gotten away on Wednesday night. Not this time.  Fordham (8-10, 1-4 A10) overcame an 11-point first half deficit and a 10-point second half hole to defeat the Patriots of George Mason (7-12, 0-5 A10), 76-70.

Stephanie Gaitley Show (1/19)

by Mike Watts

Stock Photo :: WFUV Sports

With the biggest game of the season to date both in the rear-view mirror (a late comeback win over VCU) and lying ahead (at Dayton), Stephanie Gaitley joined me and Kenny Ducey to talk about the Rams recent success.

The Stephanie Gaitley Show: 1/10

by Kenny Ducey

WFUV Sports

I talked with Head Coach Stephanie Gaitley about the start of conference play and the last three games against St.Louis, UMass, and Duquesne. Senior guard Abigail Corning droped by the show and disscussed becoming the 16th player in school history to score 1000 points.

Fordham Comeback Falls Short in 87-81 Loss

by Kelly Kultys

Eric Mollo/WFUV Sports

With 18:15 left in the game, the Rams were down 20 points, 55-35. Just 16 minutes later, a Branden Frazier 3 made in 77-74 with just over two to go, but that's as close as the Rams would get. Missed free throws and foul troubles hurt Fordham who increased their losing streak to 3 games. Mack Rosenberg and Chris Marasco caught up with Coach David Duke afterwards to get his thought on the tough 87-81 loss, which kicked off Atlantic 10 Conference play. 

Listen to the entire postgame below. 

The Dave Roach Report: 1/4

by Mack Rosenberg

WFUV Sports

Fordham Athletic Director David Roach joined me in his monthly spot to talk all things Fordham athletics. Roach commented on the success of the women's basketball team, Patrick Murray signing his first NFL contract, the future of the men's basketball program, and took some listener questions as well.

Fordham Focus: One on One with Tom Pecora

by Mack Rosenberg

WFUV Sports

Fordham head basketball coach Tom Pecora joined me in his weekly spot on One on One to talk all things Fordham hoops. The Rams are 7-6 heading into conference play, and coach talked about how disappointing the last two games (an eight point loss to Harvard at home and a ten point loss to Siena on the road) have been. We also looked back on the non-conference portion of the schedule.

Siena Rallies by Fordham, 79-69

by Julian Atienza

Eric Mollo :: WFUV Sports

By Chris Marasco

On Monday night the Fordham Rams surrendered a 13 point lead to Siena midway through the second half that eventually led to them picking up their 6th loss of the season. With the loss, the Rams fall to 7-6 overall with their out of conference schedule coming to a close. Siena improves to 5-8 with the win, their 3rd in a row at the Times Union Center.

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