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The Student Voice of Fordham Lincoln Center

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JOE SPARACIO, Assistant Sports Editor Emeritus

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Fordham starting pitcher Joseph Charest celebrates a successful inning. (Courtesy of Fordham Sports)

Rams Baseball Hopes to Finish Strong

May 2, 2012

The Fordham Rams are showing encouraging signs, especially in conference, as the 2012 baseball season winds to a close. At 47 games into the season, the Fordham Rams are 19-28. Yet, this record...

The Mets are 7-3 on the young season and are just a half game out of the division lead. (David Pokress/Newsday/MCT)

Mets Exceed Early Expectations, Eye Strong Season

April 18, 2012

Sports Illustrated predicted the New York Mets to win merely 75 games and come in last in the National League East, behind even the young Washington Nationals. Yet, as the season has begun, fans have...

Tebowmania Not the Off-Season Move the Jets Needed

March 28, 2012

Tim Tebow is less than a week removed from the trade that sent him to play backup quarterback for the New York Jets, and the city is already ablaze with opinions and excitement. Normally, the addition...

The Islanders have struggled all season and seemed destined to miss the playoffs for a  fifth straight year. (Brian Jasinski/The Observer)

Islanders Struggle to Remain Relevant as Season Comes to a Close

February 22, 2012

The New York Islanders have been swallowed up by the Rangers success in New York and are hoping to pick up the pieces of their season. While the Rangers continue to impress game after game, the Islanders...

Jeremy Lin has been the catalyst behind the Knicks 6-game winning streak. (Chuck Myers/MCT)

Can Lin Revitalize an Underperforming Knicks Team?

February 15, 2012

Going into the season, Knicks fans were hopeful that Carmelo Anthony and Amar’e Stoudemire could come together to help bring the Knicks their first championship since 1973. No one expected it would be...

As Women’s Swimming Atlantic 10 Championship Approaches, Rams Are Ready

February 1, 2012

As the season winds to a close, the Fordham women’s swim team is poised to make another strong run at the Atlantic 10 (A-10) championship. Last year, the Rams had an impressive season, taking...

Rams Land in Cellar, Masella Relieved of Duties

December 7, 2011

Though hopes were high at the onset of the season, results fell short for Fordham’s varsity football team this year. The Rams were coming off a 5-6 season in 2010 and looking to push towards the...

ve Featuring a plethora of new faces, the women’s basketball team is ready to improunder new head coach, Stephanie Gaitley, this season. (Courtesy of Fordham University)

Under New Leadership, Women’s Basketball Primed for Success

November 16, 2011

A new coach hopes to bring a winning atmosphere to the Fordham women’s basketball team for the upcoming 2011-2012 season. The Rams  kicked off the year on Nov. 11 with a 59-42 loss against Albany....

The Cardinals won their 11th world championship in franchise history, the most in the National League. (Derik Holtmann/Belleville News-Democrat/MCT)

Flying High: Cardinals Capture World Series Championship

November 2, 2011

  Some chalk it up to luck, others say resiliency, and many considered it destiny, yet Cardinals’ fans can all agree that St. Louis World Series win was nothing short of a miracle. When the...

The NHL dropped the ball by not fining Wayne Simmonds for his anti- gay slur against Sean Avery (pictured). (Newsday/David L. Pokress/MCT)

NHL Skates By Topic of LGBT Rights in the Game

October 19, 2011

Hockey is known as one of the most physical of professional sports, rife with bad blood and plenty of trash talk, but how much is too much? On Monday, Sept. 25, the New York Rangers played the Philadelphia...

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