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Postgame Report: Richmond 102 - Fordham 58

by Andrew O'Connell
Fordham SID's Office

Coming off a 44-point loss to St. Bonaventure on Saturday, one could have easily predicted that Wednesday night’s game against Richmond could not possibly go any worse.  That hypothetical prognosticator would prove at least partially correct, as the Rams fell by 44 once again, dropping a 102-58 decision to the Spiders in the Robins Center.

Postgame Report: St. Bonaventure 95 Fordham 51

by Ricky Cibrano

In a game the Rams would like to forget, Fordham was hammered by St. Bonaventure 95-51 at the Reilly Center in Olean, New York on Saturday. Playing without Chris Gaston, who was suspended for the game, Fordham looked every bit like a team playing without its best player. The offense never found a rhythm, and the depleted frontcourt was plagued by foul trouble, making it even more difficult to deal with All-Conference performer Andrew Nicholson.

Postgame Report: URI 66 Fordham 68

by Kyle Kesses

Fordham SID's Office

These days, Tom Pecora mantras are about all that run through the Rose Hill Gym more frequently than Ram victories. One of his favorites: “You’re only as good as your seniors.” Well that’s exactly how good the maroon and white were this evening as they rode a season-high performance from Alberto Estwick to their first conference victory of the season, defeating Rhode Island 66-64 in the Bronx.

Postgame Report: St Joe's 80 Fordham 62

by Andrew O'Connell

Langston Galloway tied a career high with 30 points on 10-14 shooting, including 7-9 from beyond the arc, as St. Joe’s downed Fordham 80-62 in the Hagan Arena Wednesday night. The Achilles heel for the Rams came in the form of field goal percentage on both sides of the ball.

Postgame Report: Xavier 67 Fordham 59

by Ricky Cibrano

With expectations high after knocking off Georgia Tech and #22 ranked Harvard in their last two home games, Fordham came up a little short Saturday afternoon when hosting the team that’s been the class of the A-10 for the past decade, the Xavier Musketeers. In a back and forth game, the young Rams yielded to the Musketeers 67-59, falling to 7-8 on the season and 0-2 in the Atlantic 10.

Postgame Report: UMass 80 Fordham 76

by Andrew O'Connell

Fordham’s first loss in four tries had some eerily similarities to the last time the Rams dropped a contest. A few weeks back against St. John’s in Madison Square Garden, the Red Storm went on an 18-0 run midway through the game to build a lead that proved insurmountable in the end. Last night in Amherst, Massachusetts, UMass, leading by just one at the intermission, rattled off a 14-0 tear in just over three minutes early in the second half.

Postgame Report: Fordham 60 Harvard 54

by Kyle Kesses

When the final horn blared upon 3,200 crazed fans at the Rose Hill Gym on Thursday night, it seemed as though Fordham’s six-point victory over Georgia Tech would be the Ram’s blue chip triumph in 2011-2012, a sign that Head Coach Tom Pecora was indeed moving the maroon and white toward better days. Who knew the encore would be more impressive? Last night, college basketball’s oldest venue watched its 86-year tenant trip up a ranked team at home for the first time since 1978 when they defeated Georgetown.

Postgame Report: Fordham 74 Siena 59

by Ricky Cibrano

Coming off of a lackluster performance against Monmouth, the Fordham Rams were in search of a bounce back game when they took on the Siena Saints in Albany, and that’s exactly what they got. The Rams put together start to finish arguably their best performance of the season, as they trounced Siena 74-59, improving to 4-5 on the season. The Rams came out on fire, and shot 54% in the 1st half, including a blistering 7-11 from deep, staking themselves to a 13 point halftime lead.

Post-Game Report: Rams 77 - UMass 73

by James Passarelli

Fordham defeated UMass 77-73 in its last game of the season (Brenton Butler's and Jacob Green's last game at Fordham), getting that much-needed Atlantic 10 win and ending the season 7-21.  Listen to the full postgame report with analysis from Tom Felice and Martin de Jong and words from assistant coach David Duke and head coach Tom Pecora, and WFUV's Chris Quagliata.