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In his senior year, Tarabek was recording career-high statistics before the season ended prematurely.

Matthew Tarabek: Looking Back on a Halted Fordham Career

April 14, 2020

After three successful seasons with Fordham, Matthew Tarabek, GSBRH ‘20, seemed well on his way to his best year yet. For him and many other seniors, however, the only remaining certainties now lie in the past.

Megan Jonassen, Fordham College at Rose Hill ’22, (right) reaching for a jump ball while playing against University of Texas.
Photo courtesy of Kevin Bires

Women’s Basketball Surprises in Gulf Coast Showcase

December 6, 2018

Going into the tournament, the unranked Fordham women’s basketball team was largely considered an underdog with the likes of #10 Texas, #21 Missouri and perennial powerhouse Duke also entered. A run to the championship was considered a pipe dream, which made Fordham’s victories all the more satisfying as that dream gradually became reality.

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Jesse Bramble pictured left.

Ugly Finish Costs Fordham Against Georgetown

October 10, 2018

One of the most puzzling, and certainly one of the most consequential coaching decisions in Fordham’s...

Rams Jalen Ollie (center left) and Austin Longi (center right) gave their all against CCSU.

Conn-quered: Rams Lose Fourth Straight Against CCSU

September 26, 2018

“Timmy played tough,” Rams football coach Joe Conlin said of freshman quarterback Tim DeMorat follow...

The rams giving it their all against the Richmond Spiders.

Rams’ Road Trip Turns Sour, Team Falls to 0-2

September 12, 2018

By JEFFREY UMBRELL Features Editor The kickoff on the Sept. 3 season opener in Charlotte was d...

Intramurals Grow In Popularity At Lincoln Center

November 19, 2017

By ALEXANDER DIMISA Sports & Health Editor Intramural sports are a fun way for those who do not ha...

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Staff Editorial: Sports Go Beyond Rose Hill

November 16, 2017

“Two campuses, but one school.” This is a phrase heard often around Fordham University to emphasize...

Fordham Water Polo Dives Into Success

Fordham Water Polo Dives Into Success

October 26, 2017

By S.J. Cyrus Contributing Writer When you think of Water Polo, the Bronx and New York City are ...

The Rose Hill Gymnasium underwent phase one of its renovations this summer, which involved the installation of new lower-level seating. (PHOTO COURTESY OF FORDHAM SPORTS)

Rose Hill Gym Takes On A New Look

September 2, 2017

By MOHDSHOBAIR HUSSAINI Sports & Health Editor As students return to the Rose Hill campus for the...

Joseph Chartouny (#12) playing on January 31st, 2017 at the Rose Hill Gymnasium. (JILLIAN JAYMES/THE OBSERVER)

Chartouny Declares for NBA Draft

April 15, 2017

By Alexander DiMisa Asst. Sports & Health Editor Joseph Chartouny, Gabelli School of Business ...

Entering his final season of play for Fordham's men's tennis team, Nick Borak hopes to make it a memorable and successful one. (GEORGE HORIHAN/THE OBSERVER)

Borak Looks to Lead Fordham Men’s Tennis into Postseason

March 9, 2017

By ANGELIKA MENENDEZ Asst. Sports & Health Editor The Fordham men’s tennis team began its 20...

After a rough start, Fordham baseball is hoping to turn things around in the upcoming stretch of the season. (ANDREA GARCIA/THE OBSERVER)

Fordham Baseball Hopes to Make a Comeback

March 9, 2017

By ANDREW DONCHAK Contributing Writer Fordham baseball is off and underway, and the Rams, under ...