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Fordham Women's Soccer

The Dave Roach Roach Report: 11/16

by Mack Rosenberg

Here is the November 2013 edition of the Roach Report, my monthly sit-down with Fordham Athletic Director David Roach. In this month's edition, we spoke about Fordham Football's undefeated hopes moving forward and how crazy the last two games were for the Rams- both two point wins.

The Dave Roach Report: 10/5

by Mack Rosenberg

WFUV Sports

Fordham athletic director David Roach joined me for his monthly report on the state of Fordham Athletics. Front and center for our discussion was the football team and the huge success through the first half of the 2013 season.

The David Roach Report: 9/7

by Mack Rosenberg
As we are well into the school year, it's time for the first edition of the Roach report with Fordham Athletic Director David Roach. I spoke with Roach about the football team, specifically its matchup tonight with nationally ranked Villanova at home. We also spoke about the current condition of Jack Coffey Field and the improvements to come.
 

The Roach Report: 1/12

by Alex Smith

WFUV Sports Archived Photo

Fordham Athletic Director David Roach called into One on One on Saturday, January 12th to talk about the state of Fordham Athletics. This was the first edition of what will be a monthly occurrence. Roach will talk to us on One on One on the first Saturday of every month.

Fordham Women's Soccer Notebook

by Jake Kring-Schreifels

Courtesy of Fordham Sports

As is customary, teams are tested the greatest when they go on the road. The Fordham Women’s Soccer team felt the effects of this proven theory, falling to 2-2 in Atlantic Ten Conference play after a two-loss weekend in Virginia. They dropped a 6-0 decision to VCU and, with an unfortunate bounce, lost a heart-breaker to Richmond 1-0.

It was the first conference road trip for the girls and the travel was noticeable. Coach Ness Selmani knows all too well that road games are never easy.

Coach's Corner

by Jake Kring-Schreifels

Photo by Tomi Lahcanski/The Ram

The Fordham Women’s soccer team has had a bumpy start to its year but as the old adage goes, once conference play starts it’s a new season.  The Lady Rams have momentum going into their A-10 opener against Duquesne tonight, winning their last two games against Fairfield and Loyola respectively. I talked to Head Coach Ness Selmani about the nature of his team, choosing captains, and the team’s new style of play.

Moving On

by Jake Kring-Schreifels

Losing is a tough pill to swallow. For the Fordham Women’s Soccer team, tying was an even tougher one. The Rams’ playoff hopes were dangling by a thread, and they needed to beat undefeated LaSalle to have a chance to advance. Fordham led late with a 1-0 lead, but LaSalle quickly added a last minute goal to even the score, one that would stay the same through overtime until the final whistle. It was a dissatisfying end to a bumpy season.

“I can’t complain,” said Selmani. “They left it on the field and that’s our trademark.”

Positive Power

by Jake Kring-Schreifels

Winston Churchill famously said, “Attitude is a little thing that makes a big difference.” I have a feeling that this isn’t the slogan the Fordham Women’s Soccer team rallies behind each day. But then again, after you watch this team play, it certainly could be.