Tom Pecora

Fordham Loses Dogfight to Butler, 68-63

by Mack Rosenberg

The atmosphere at the Rose Hill Gym Saturday evening was the way it should be every game, and Fordham gave the sell-out crowd many reasons to cheer. But they couldn't finish off the upset of #11 Butler at home, losing 68-63. Fordham has now lost six straight contests, and this once certainly bites.

Fordham Focus 2/2: One on One With Tom Pecora

by Mack Rosenberg

WFUV Archived Photo

Tom Pecora joined me in his weekly Fordham Focus spot on One on One Saturday afternoon. We spoke mainly about the growth of this team in its previous two games, a 4 point loss to St. Joe's and a 3 point win against URI. Pecora agrees that Branden Frazier has used Chris Gaston's absence to his advantage in terms of his growth as leader of the team.

Fordham Scrapes By Rhode Island, 66-63

by Mack Rosenberg

Travion Leonard (2) goes for the tip-in.

Fordham used the crowd, and some veteran leadership to propel them a 66-63 victory over Rhode Island on Saturday at the Rose Hill Gym. Like the last home game the Rams played against UMass, the battle of the Rams went right down the wire and foul shooting was the key.

Fordham Falls to Harvard 73-64

by Mack Rosenberg

GoCrimson.com

The Fordham Rams continued their rough start to the 2012 season this afternoon, losing at Harvard 73-64. Fordham did have an 11 point lead in the first half, their largest of the season, but saw it slip away in minutes as the Crimson got the inside game going. Three Rams would foul out late in the second half, as they let the Crimson make 29 out of 39 free throws to put the game out of reach.

A "One on One" with Coach Tom Pecora

by Kenny Ducey

Fordham Observer

By Chris Marasco

Yesterday in One on One Kenny and I were joined by Tom Pecora, Fordham Men’s basketball coach. During the interview we had a chance to ask him about recruits for next year, injury updates for Chris Gaston and Devon McMillan, and the team’s upcoming games.

On The Road Again

by Andrew O'Connell

The Rose Hill Gym on a Saturday afternoon is a special place. Natural light emanates over the court from the windows right above the south basket. The sleepiness of the weekend morning slowly dissipates as the energy of nearly 3,000 individuals fills the small, gothic building that more closely resembles a chapel than it does a gymnasium. But the quality that makes the Bronx matinee most special is a Fordham victory.