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Stephanie Gaitley

Stephanie Gaitley Show (11/13)

by DJ Sixsmith

After losing to both the University of Albany and Cornell University last year, the Fordham Rams women’s basketball team flipped the script to begin the 2012 season by beating both squads on the road this past weekend. The new and improved Rams are 2-0 for the first time since the 2002-2003 season. In fact, Fordham is 2-0 on the road for the first time since the 2004-2005 campaign.          

The Stephanie Gaitley Show 3/8

by Mack Rosenberg

Its the final 2011-2012 edition of the Stephanie Gaitley show from our WFUV Studios. In this episode of the show, myself and Alex recap the season and get coach Gaitley's thoughts on her first season here at Fordham. We also discussed how coach see's the team moving forward into the 2012-2013 season. She talked about recruits and what the structure of the team will be.

Even though Rams lost in the first round of the A-10 tournament, it was a very rewarding inaugural season for coach Gaitley.

The Stephanie Gaitley Show 3/1

by Mack Rosenberg

It's a special playoff edition of the Stephanie Gaitley coach's podcast as the Rams are making their third consecutive trip to the A-10 tournament. They travel back to Philadelphia to take on the St. Joe's Hawks in the first round of the Atlantic 10 Tournament tomorrow afternoon. In this episode of the show, coach Gaitley reflects on the program building win against St. Louis this past Sunday. In addition, she says all the pressure is on St. Joe's coming into this game, and believes in the Rams ability to get the job done.

The Stephanie Gaitley Show 2/22

by Mack Rosenberg

The final regular season edition of the Stephanie Gaitley show features coach Gaitley, Alex and myself previewing the upcoming Phight for Philly this Sunday. Fordham will square off against St. Louis, needing a win and a UMass loss to clinch a postseason birth for the third straight season. The three of us also touched on a very close loss Wednesday night at 19th ranked St. Bonaventure. Coach Gaitley was happy with the effort, a 7 point loss, and is ready to take on the Billikens on Sunday.

The Stephanie Gaitley Show 2/16

by Mack Rosenberg

Another week, another edition of the Stephanie Gaitley coach's podcast from our WFUV studios. This time, we caught up with coach about Fordham's crushing defeat against Duquesne on Wednesday night by six points in the final seconds of the game. In addition, coach Gaitley talks about Fordham's new recruit for the 2012-2013 season, Samantha Clarke among other things.

The Stephanie Gaitley Show 2/2

by Mack Rosenberg

Another week of the Stephanie Gaitley coach's show, as Alex and myself finally made it back to the WFUV studios for the show. Coach Gaitley reflected on Fordham's fourth 1 point loss of the season, 56-55 to LaSalle at home on Wednesday. There were certainly plenty of positives on the scoresheet, as Fordham shot nearly 50 percent from the field but in the end it was LaSalle's defense that proved to be too much for the Rams. Fordham is now 11-12 and will head back to Philly for the third time this season to take on Temple tomorrow.

The Stephanie Gaitley Show 1/27

by Mack Rosenberg

Alex and I take the Stephanie Gaitley coach's podcast to the road for the fourth straight week. The crew is now in Massachusetts, as the Fordham Women's basketball team takes on the UMass Minutewomen tonight at 5 PM. Coach Gaitley assesses where the confidence of her team is at this point after two home losses to Dayton and Charlotte. She also talks about the opponent in UMass and how Fordham can pull off their first A-10 Road win of the season.

One on One Welcomes New Coach

by James Passarelli
Courtesy of Monmouth University

Fordham announced on Friday that former Monmouth women's basketball coach Stephanie Gaitley will be lead the Rams for at least two years. Yesterday she talked to One on One's Ben Allen and Greg Sobchuk about what she hopes to bring to the table and what Fordham fans should expect in the years to come.