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Fordham Women's Basketball

The Dave Roach Report: Summer Edition

by Mack Rosenberg

The new Murphy Field

Fordham Athletic Director Dave Roach came on One on One Saturday to discuss all things Fordham sports. I spoke to him about his first summer as AD at Rose Hill and about some of the interesting things he's been doing. Roach addressed some of the exciting new additions to the athletic facilities at Fordham, which include new grass on Bahoshy and Murphy Fields along with brand new video scoreboards being put up in the Rose Hill Gym.

The Pep Band Perspective

by Jake Kring-Schreifels

Atlantic Ten

Timeout. Media Timeout.”

That’s our cue to play. And by “our,” I mean the pep band. I work at WFUV, but I don’t call basketball games, I play music for them. As President of the Fordham Band, I help lead the group of rugby shirts next to the student section. So, in way I’m helping provide “color” to the game, but it’s quite more than that.

Stephanie Gaitley Show (3/26)

by DJ Sixsmith

Mike Watts, WFUV Sports

Prior to this season, head coach Stephanie Gaitley had never been to the third round of any postseason tournament. The Fordham Rams changed that with a 58-44 victory over the Boston University Terriers in the 2nd round of the WNIT. The Maroon and White takes its show on the road for the first time during this tournament against 2012 WNIT runner-up James Madison University.

Fordham outlasts Army in the WNIT, 55-46

by Mike Watts

Michael Watts, WFUV Sports

In a raucous Rose Hill Gym, Fordham came out of the gate slow but recovered in time to win their first postseason game in thirty years over former Patriot League rival Army.  By virtue of Fordham’s first round win, the Rams will host the Terriers of Boston University on Saturday afternoon at 2:00pm.

Stephanie Gaitley Show (3/19)

by DJ Sixsmith

Mike Watts, WFUV Sports

This wasn’t the way it was supposed to end for Fordham. With a 12-0 run to begin the game, it looked like the Rams were on their way to an NCAA Tournament appearance for the first time since 1994. However, with under 10 seconds to go, the clock finally struck midnight on this magical season as freshman Samantha Clark was whistled for a questionable offensive foul giving St. Joes their first A-10 championship since 1999.

An Open Letter to the NCAA Women's Basketball Tournament Selection Committee

by Mike Watts

Mike Watts, WFUV Sports

I write this open letter to you to implore you to look deeper than RPI, SOS, and wins and losses.  I ask that you select on more variables than simple statistics, because they often fail to grasp the growth and maturation process of a basketball team. I ask that you consider a few things, statistical and otherwise, when you consider the Fordham Rams for an at-large berth in the NCAA Tournament...

Fordham Falls to Saint Joseph’s in the Atlantic 10 Championship

by Mike Watts

Mike Watts, WFUV Sports

It wasn’t supposed to end this way.  A magical run to the Atlantic 10 Final by Fordham women’s basketball ended in bitter disappointment at the Barclays Center, as the Rams fell to the Hawks of Saint Joseph’s, 47-46.  Saint Joseph’s, by virtue of their tournament victory, claimed the Atlantic 10’s automatic bid to the NCAA tournament and the league’s championship trophy.  For Fordham, the loss dimmed hopes of an NCAA tournament berth as the Rams wait to hear of their postseason fate on Monday night.

Atlantic 10 Women's Basketball Championship Preview

by Mike Watts

Fordham Women's Basketball Facebook Page

What: #3 Fordham (24-7, 12-2, 8 game winning streak) v. #4 Saint Joseph’s (22-8, 11-3, 2 game winning streak)
Where: Barclays Center (Brooklyn, New York)
When: Saturday, March 16, 2013, 7:00pm tipoff
How to Follow:  Listen HERE beginning with an extended One on One Pregame Report.  The broadcast begins around 6:15pm.  The pregame show will feature interviews with Fordham athletic director Dave Roach and Fordham Hall of Famer Anne Gregory O’Connell.