Fordham Men's Basketball

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 Starts Conference Play Off Right

by Mack Rosenberg

The Fordham Rams are 1-0 in conference play for the first time in 7 years. Fordham wrapped up an 82-75 win against Duquesne on Wednesday night in the Bronx, and it was a career night for Branden Frazier. The Ram point guard set a new career high in assists with 13 to go along with 16 points.

Rams Defeat Monmouth 82-71

by Alex Smith

The Fordham Rams closed out the 2012 calendar year the right away, defeating the Monmouth Hawks 82-71 at the Rose Hill Gym on New Year’s Eve.  With the win, the Rams have now won three out of their last five games. That may not sound like much, but the team has shown much improvement since their 1-8 start.

Fordham committed 14 turnovers in a very sloppy first half. Those turnovers, combined with the fact that Chris Gaston and Branden Frazier, the team’s two top scorers, combined for just 8 first half points, had the Rams down 33-28 at intermission.

Fordham Falls to Georgia Tech 74-48

by Alex Smith

The Fordham Rams fell to the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets 73-48 in what was only the third time in school history that the Rams played in the state of Georgia. The Rams battled and kept it close early, but the home team from the ACC pounded the Rams in the second half on the way to a dominating win.

As they have done all season, the Yellow Jackets relied on a balanced offensive attack. Big men Daniel Miller and Robert Carter, Jr. had their way down low, combining for 28 points and 10 rebounds. Georgia Tech also capitalized on 14 Fordham turnovers.

Fordham falls to UConn, 88-73

by Mack Rosenberg

Eric Mollo, WFUV Sports

The Fordham Rams (2-9) were defeated by the Connecticut Huskies (9-2) in Hartford on Friday night, 88-73. UConn led by 29 at the half and seemingly never looked back. Ryan Boatwright has 26 points for the Huskies, as did Branden Frazier for Fordham, good for a career high.