The Student Voice of Fordham Lincoln Center

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The Student Voice of Fordham Lincoln Center

The Observer

The Student Voice of Fordham Lincoln Center

The Observer

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Niko Konstantellis is a junior finance major from Mahwah, New Jersey, with a passion for sports. Writing for The Observer since his sophomore year, Niko has become one of the top writers in the sports department. When he isn’t writing about Fordham Athletics, Niko enjoys polishing up on NBA statistics leaders.

in the game against duquesne, antonio daye dribbles

Fordham Men’s Basketball Clinches Narrow Victory Against Duquesne, 72-71

January 14, 2022
The Fordham men's basketball team returns prosperous as they defeated Atlantic 10 rival, Duquesne University, by one point, 72-71.
Fordham pitcher standing on the mound in a match against St. Josephs.

Fordham Baseball Ekes Out Split Series With St. Joseph’s

April 28, 2021
The Fordham baseball team eked out two wins to end a series against St. Joseph's University (SJU), splitting a series of four games.
Joel Soriano stands at halfcourt at the tip-off in a basketball game.

Fordham Center Joel Soriano Announces Transfer to St. John’s University

April 22, 2021
Joel Soriano announced his transfer to St. John's University, continuing the trend of Fordham basketball talent departing the Fordham team.
Fordham football team faces off against Colgatez University Raiders.

Sneed’s Career Day Gives Fordham Football First Win of New Campaign

April 10, 2021
The Fordham football team claimed victory over the Colgate University Raiders in their first home game in nearly 500 days.
Kyle Neptune, holding a Fordham basketball stands, smiling, in front of a Fordham Ram statue

New Fordham Head Coach Kyle Neptune Marks Turning Point for Men’s Basketball

April 5, 2021
Kyle Neptune was welcomed with open arms and hope for a fresh start for a program that has not seen much success under recent coaching regimes.
fordham player hanging off the rim of the basket during the game against george washington

Fordham Men’s Basketball Caves to George Washington, 53-49

March 4, 2021
After being defeated in the first round of the A10 Championship, Fordham ended its season with a record of 2-12, with nine of the team’s losses coming by double digits.
Joel Soriano, FCLC 23, dunks on George Washington University. It was not enough for the Rams to beat the Colonials, who came out victorious with 71 points to the Rams 47.

Fordham Men’s Basketball Falls to George Washington on Opening Day

January 2, 2021
The Rams kicked off their 2020-21 season on Dec. 30 against the George Washington Colonials but the results were not the same as last year, as the team fell 71-47.
graphic of revenue going down at fordham on a football field

Pandemic Passes and COVID Catches: Fordham Sports During the Fall

September 19, 2020
Interim Athletic Director Ed Kull discusses revenue losses from the cancellation of fall sports and considers a way forward for Fordham Athletics.
David Roach

An Era Comes to a Close: Fordham Athletic Director Announces Retirement

April 21, 2020
Fordham Athletic Director David Roach recently announced his retirement, effective at the end of the academic year. In his eight years with Fordham, Roach contributed to the university’s winning tradition and an environment that allowed coaches and athletes to succeed.
Coddington met Kobe Bryant as a senior in college while interning for the Los Angeles Lakers. The immediate connection they had shaped the course of her career.

From Fan to Personal Manager: Catherine Coddington Remembers Kobe Bryant

April 1, 2020
Catherine Coddington who began her college career at Fordham tells us how she became Kobe’s personal communications manager at just 25 years old. Coddington reflects on her days at Fordham and working for Kobe and tells us how these pivotal times in her life impact her to this day.
Bryson Cavanaugh, FCRH 21, led the Rams in a fourth quarter comeback against Saint Louis University.

Fordham Erupts in Fourth Quarter, Takes Down Rival Saint Louis

January 24, 2020
Falling behind early, Fordham women's basketball came back to defeat St. Louis University, 66-54. After succumbing to several runs early, a 23-point fourth quarter put them comfortably in front for their third straight victory.
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