A New Trend Emerges in College Bowl Games

More and more players are starting to wonder if it’s worth playing in the bowl games which are scheduled at the end of the season.

Fordham Students Discuss NFL Playoffs

After a tumultuous regular season that saw the National Football League (NFL) face decreasing viewership, poor officiating, suspensions, injuries and other scandals, the 2016 season is nearing its final game.

NFL Viewership Continues to Decline

Viewership for what some call “America’s game,” is down in double digit percentages since last year, which has caused owners and the league to scramble for explanations.

NBA Season Shoots Off to a Good Start

Fall has come and gone, and winter prepares us for the next phase of sports. The National Basketball Association’s (NBA) basketball season has been off to a good start.

Gaitley Hits Career Milestone with 100th Win at Fordham

Fordham Women’s Basketball Head Coach Stephanie Gaitley has had a ground-breaking November.

Flag Football Jets to Rose Hill

On Nov. 1, the Police Athletic League (PAL) and the New York Police Department (NYPD) 48th precinct in partnership with the New York Jets, hosted a flag football game for children from the Bronx.

Rams Crush Crusaders at Yankee Stadium

Anderson and Edmonds lead Fordham to fifth consecutive Ram-Crusader Cup victory

Stay Active with Fordham Intramural Sports

While the Lincoln Center campus is known to be Fordham’s home for the liberal arts including dance and theater, along with a large amount of science majors, it has never been known as a center for sports.

Slanina Looks to Succeed as a Ram

Hailing all the way from his hometown in Brno, Czech Republic, forward-center Prokop Slanina is a sophomore basketball player at Fordham College at Rose Hill.

Rams Look Forward to Playoffs in Fall Sports

Hoping to follow up on impressive seasons last year, fordham fall sports have been excelling so far.