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David Roach Joins One on One

by Sean Hahner

Fordham Athletics

With the upcoming athletics seasons drawing nearer, WFUV's Mike Watts spoke with Fordham Athletic Director David Roach on One on One. During the interview, Roach talks about the recent renovations to Jack Coffey Field, the future of Fordham Football, and the current state of various varsity programs.

To listen to the interview, please click on the links below.

Fordham Defeats George Mason, Advances in A-10 Tournament

by Mack Rosenberg

WFUV Sports 

The Fordham Rams had lost eight games in row coming into tonight’s opening round in the Atlantic 10 tournament. One more loss would be the end of the season. Thanks to four players scoring in double figures and a career high 19 rebounds by Ryan Canty, Fordham lives on to play another game. The Rams prevailed 70-67 tonight over George Mason.

One on One with AP College Basketball Writer Jim O’Connell

by Nolan Silbernagel

Flickr || mrdestructicity

Jim O’Connell joined Anthony Pucik and me as One on One got ready for college basketball in March.  O’Connell told us which conference he thinks is the toughest and how far Wichita State will go in this year’s national tournament.  He also told us how he has not lost all confidence in Syracuse despite their recent slide and he gave us his pick for who might be a dark horse to bust some brackets this year (here’s a hint: Fordham has played them!).

The Roach Report: 3/2

by Alex Smith

Photo taken earlier this year

 

The first Saturday of the month can mean just one thing: Fordham Athletic Director David Roach on One on One. Despite the fact that Mack Rosenberg and I were in Philadelphia to call the Fordham/St. Joe’s game, we couldn’t miss the opportunity to get caught up on all things Fordham sports.

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.