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“An Immense Amount of Pride”-An Introductory Convo With Fordham Head Coach Keith Urgo

Image Courtesy Fordham Athletics In late April, the Atlantic 10 was rocked when Fordham Head Coach Kyle Neptune, after leading the Rams to their first 8-conference win season in 6 years, announced that he would be replacing the retiring Jay Wright at Villanova. In the days that followed, the rumor mill once again turned, with …
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BREAKING NEWS: Kyle Neptune Replaces Jay Wright as Villanova Head Coach

Image: Fordham Ram UPDATES: 10:10-Via Press Release, Fordham confirms Neptune’s departure on their end. Associate Head Coach Keith Urgo has been named Interim Head Coach. A nationwide search will begin immediately to find a permanent head coach. 9:33-Via Adam Zagoria on Twitter, Kyle Neptune has officially been announced as the new Head Coach of Villanova …
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Fordham’s Season Ends in Quarterfinals With 74-56 Loss to Davidson

Image by Dan Nelligan In their third matchup of the season, there wasn’t much left to learn in terms of how Fordham or Davidson would try to gain the upper hand and play their way into the semifinals. For Davidson, the Wildcats would have to dominate from three point range, have Luka Brajkovic beat out …
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Fordham Opens 2022 A-10 Tournament With 54-49 Win Over George Mason

Image Courtesy Fordham Athletics Following the first meeting between Fordham and George Mason this season, in which the Rams came out on top 50-47 in a physical game, it was clear that first year head coaches Kyle Neptune and Kim English would pull no punches should they meet in the conference tournament. In a Day …
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Fordham Ends Regular Season With 70-66 Win Over George Washington

The opening minutes of Fordham’s regular season finale against George Washington was defined by strong defense on both sides. As no side able to score a bucket until nearly two minutes into the game, Fordham’s Abdou Tsimbila played into his size advantage over GW’s Hunter Dean to lock down the paint and snag any rebounds. …
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Fordham Splits Season Series With UMass in 81-73 Loss

Image Courtesy Fordham Athletics   Heading into their Wednesday night matchup with UMass, there were several factors that Fordham needed to carry over from Monday to complete the season sweep; let the big men work the paint, spread the offensive workload, and for role players to make big contributions. As the game got underway, Fordham …
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Novitskyi Scores 10, Quisenberry Makes Return for Fordham in 85-73 Win Over UMass

As Fordham and UMass lined up to begin their Tuesday Night matchup in the Bronx, the attention of the arena was focused on something larger than basketball. Before the Fordham Band played the National Anthem, the Rose Hill PA announcer first asked those in attendance to participate in a moment of silence in solidarity with …
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Davidson Completes Season Sweep Over Fordham With 66-45 Win

Image Courtesy Fordham Athletics When Fordham and Davidson last squared off in January, the game was dictated largely by both teams’ prolific scorers. For Fordham this was Darius Quisenberry, who dropped a career high 36 points. For Davidson, Foster Loyer hit the go-ahead shot to give Davidson a 51-50 lead that they would never relinquish. …
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Fordham Finishes 3-Game Homestand With 60-54 Win Over La Salle

After having to fight in the paint against a large George Mason team on Sunday, Fordham looked a lot more comfortable against a more evenly-sized La Salle. So comfortable, in fact, that the Rams maintained complete control of the game for much of the first half. Defensively, the Rams were able to take advantage of …