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October 27, 1999 | By Beth Huffman, INQUIRER SUBURBAN STAFF
Jim Walls, a senior tight end from Holy Cross, was honored as a Division I-AA college football scholar-athlete by Burger King in ceremonies before Fordham's game against Harvard on Oct. 16. Walls has a 3.42 grade point average as a business-administration major, is a member of the school's Emerging Leaders program, and is active in the student mentoring program. In a 37-30 loss to Harvard after the ceremony, Walls had four catches for 44 yards and scored a touchdown. This season for Fordham (0-7)
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March 7, 2013 | By Keith Pompey, Inquirer Staff Writer
NEW YORK - Two Rams down, one to go. Temple's final three regular-season games, all against teams nicknamed the Rams, could determine the Owls' NCAA tournament fate. Like Saturday's game against the Rhode Island Rams, Wednesday night's meeting with Fordham ended in a Temple victory. Sparked by seldom-used freshman Daniel Dingle, the Owls defeated Fordham, 74-55, at Rose Hill Gym. "Actually if it wasn't for him in the first half, we wouldn't have been in as good shape as we were," guard Khalif Wyatt said of Dingle, who scored six of the first eight points in a decisive 22-4 run. "I think we were up by 11 at halftime," Wyatt added.
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November 12, 1992 | by Mark Kram, Daily News Sports Writer
When Fordham University receiver Tom Garlick was a senior at Father Judge High School, he hoped to win a football scholarship to Villanova. The Wildcats were recruiting him, but Garlick broke an ankle and had to sit out part of the season. When he recovered and looked back into Villanova, the coaches them told him, "Thanks, but no thanks. " "When I broke the ankle, the only school that stuck with me was Fordham," said Garlick, a finance and management major. "I was definitely disappointed when Villanova cooled on me, but things have worked better than I expected them to. " So guess where Garlick will be Saturday?
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February 1, 2012 | BY MIKE KERN, kernm@phillynews.com
IF YOU WANT to be the best team in your conference, you obviously have to get past enough of the other contenders. But you also have to get it done against the not-as-good clubs, especially at home, because they all count. Temple, which is looking more and more like the Atlantic 10's team to beat, did exactly that last night at the Liacouras Center, where the Owls rarely lose even to the haves. Temple won its fifth straight, to remain tied for first in the loss column, 78-60 over Fordham, which has now lost six of eight.
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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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February 17, 2015 | By Marc Narducci, Inquirer Staff Writer
NEW YORK - After a brief hot start from three-point range, St. Joseph's couldn't maintain that efficiency Sunday and saw a long-standing streak fall against Fordham. The Hawks hit five of their first seven three-point attempts, only to shoot 2 for 21 from beyond the arc for the rest of the game in a 69-55 loss at Rose Hill Gym. That snapped a 10-game winning streak against the Rams. St. Joseph's had won 21 of its previous 22 against Fordham, a team that is 7-16 overall and 2-10 in the Atlantic Ten, tied for last place with St. Louis.
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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.
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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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January 19, 2015 | By Marc Narducci, Inquirer Staff Writer
On the scoreboard, La Salle had its best defensive day of the season. But coach John Giannini suggested otherwise. Holding an opponent under 50 points for the first time in nearly nine years, La Salle defeated Fordham, 60-49, on Saturday in an Atlantic Ten game at Tom Gola Arena. It was the lowest point total the Explorers had allowed since a 65-44 win over Massachusetts on Feb. 8, 2006. Still, Giannini wouldn't call it the best defensive effort of the season. "No, we have done this many times.
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