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November 9, 2012
The Temple football team will play Fordham on Sept., 14, 2013 at Lincoln Financial Field, according to multiple sources. It is unlikely that the Owls will have a home-and-home series with the Football Championship Subdivision program. Temple's current announced nonleague games for next season are at Notre Dame (Aug. 31), at Idaho (Sept. 28), and against Army (Oct. 19) at the Linc. - Keith Pompey
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October 9, 2011 | By Kevin Tatum, Inquirer Staff Writer
The Penn football team stepped out of the Ivy League Saturday night and made the most of the occasion. Facing Fordham of the Patriot League, the Quakers took an early lead and then withstood a rally by the Rams before completing a 35-20 victory at Franklin Field. In winning its 16th straight October game, Penn improved to 2-2 while defeating Fordham (1-4) for the fifth time in as many meetings. Up by four points at the break, Penn reached the end zone twice in the third period to take a commanding, 28-10 advantage.
SPORTS
December 14, 1994 | By Chuck Newman, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Fordham will join the Atlantic Ten Conference next season, the league will announce today, but the A-10's prime target, DePaul, won't make a decision until after Jan. 1. With the addition of Fordham, the conference will have nine basketball- playing teams in 1995-96; West Virginia and Rutgers will leave to join the Big East Conference. The addition of the Rams will give the A-10 at least a presence in the New York television market. Fordham will join Temple, St. Joseph's, St. Bonaventure, Massachusetts, Duquesne, George Washington, Rhode Island, and incoming Xavier of Ohio.
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October 6, 2011 | By Kevin Tatum, Inquirer Staff Writer
Coming off a confidence-building victory last week at Dartmouth in its Ivy League opener, Penn will step out of the league Saturday night to face Fordham at Franklin Field. The game was scheduled before Fordham and other members of the Patriot League began offering athletic scholarships a few years ago. "Now we're playing a much different team than we thought we were scheduling," Penn coach Al Bagnoli said. "Fordham is a very athletic team, with speed. We're going to have our hands full.
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September 7, 2013 | By Marc Narducci, Inquirer Staff Writer
Even though this isn't a Colonial Athletic Association game, Villanova football coach Andy Talley left no doubt about the importance of the nonconference matchup at Fordham at 6 p.m. Saturday. "This is a must-win game," Talley said. That wasn't just coach-speak. The Wildcats are coming off an impressive performance in Saturday's 24-14 loss at Boston College. That won't hurt Villanova in the minds of the Football Championship Subdivision playoff committee members. Yet losing to an FCS team such as Fordham would be a major setback for a Villanova team that is ranked No. 8 by the Sports Network and has national title aspirations.
SPORTS
March 3, 2013 | By Marc Narducci, Inquirer Staff Writer
Carl Jones didn't lack motivation or production. Coming off his most disappointing effort of the season, Jones scored a game-high 24 points and shot 5 of 8 from beyond the arc as St. Joseph's earned an 82-56 Atlantic Ten win over Fordham on Saturday at Hagan Arena. In the previous game, Wednesday's 70-53 loss at St. Louis, Jones was limited to two points, shooting 1 for 9 from the field. "Today I tried to redeem myself as much as possible," Jones said. With the victory, the Hawks are 16-11 and 7-7 in the A-10.
SPORTS
January 12, 2012
BRITTANY WILSON scored 22 of her 31 points in the second half as La Salle overcame an 11-point deficit to top visiting Fordham, 68-62, in a women's Atlantic 10 game yesterday. Wilson shot 14-for-19 from the floor and added seven assists. Nadia Duncan added 13 points for the Explorers (8-9, 2-0 A-10). Arielle Collins (14 points) and Becky Peters (13) paced Fordham (9-8, 0-2). In other games: * At Temple, Megan Van Tatenhove scored 20 points to lead St. Bonaventure (15-2, 2-0 A-10)
SPORTS
May 1, 1995 | By Mike Jensen, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Jeff Knoll, a 6-foot-11 center from Mercer Island, Wash., said last night that he wanted to play basketball for Penn and would turn down a scholarship offer from Fordham, which will enter the Atlantic Ten next season. "The Atlantic Ten is a great conference, but I think Fordham has big struggles ahead of it the next couple of years," Knoll said. "I want to go to the NCAA tournament more than anything. I watched every game this year. " Knoll said he was waiting for his application to Penn to be accepted.
NEWS
November 15, 1988 | By Beth Onufrak, Special to The Inquirer
Archbishop Ryan graduate Rick Hollawell and Fordham head football coach Larry Glueck have formed a productive partnership. Hollawell, Glueck's first recruit when he took over the Rams three years ago, has helped Fordham produce a winning team and national contender. "Rick is an outstanding football player, who has had an outstanding career at Fordham," said Glueck, whose team is 8-1 and hoping for its second straight NCAA Division III playoff berth. "He is a three-year starter and has been our leading rusher two years.
SPORTS
September 23, 1990 | By John C. Shipley, Special to The Inquirer
For Princeton, yesterday's 23-14 triumph over Fordham marked a successful return to old-fashioned football. The Tigers (1-1) ran the ball 55 times for 254 yards on a muddy, rain- soaked field at Palmer Stadium. Sophomore Erick Hamilton, making only his second start, rushed for 164 yards to lead Princeton in the non-conference game. Despite Princeton's success on the ground, the Rams (0-3) still almost stole a game the heavily-favored Tigers seemed to have in hand. Fordham is playing in only its second season at the Division I-AA level and had been outscored, 70-19, in its first two games.
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