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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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September 8, 2014 | By Mark Macyk, Inquirer Staff Writer
Early in the second quarter of what would become a 50-6 victory for Villanova over Fordham on Saturday, the visiting Rams called a timeout that ended up lasting 1 hour and 19 minutes. Lightning struck outside Villanova Stadium, forcing both teams back to the locker room with 'Nova holding a 7-3 lead. Thirteen minutes of game time - and two hours of real time - later, the Wildcats returned to the locker room for halftime with a 33-3 lead. "We had talked about it, and I told them that this situation could happen," Villanova coach Andy Talley said.
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January 12, 2012 | By Marc Narducci, Inquirer Staff Writer
In another measure of progress, St. Joseph's basketball team has exceeded its win total of last year. And the year before that. After earning 11 wins in each of the last two seasons, the Hawks improved to 12-5 with Wednesday's 80-62 win over Fordham in an Atlantic Ten matchup at Hagan Arena. The Hawks are now 2-1 in the A-10, while Fordham fell to 7-9 overall and 0-3 in the conference. Despite the win, this was far from an artistic success. St. Joe's went through sustained periods of inconsistency, but Fordham simply struggled to score.
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January 12, 1993 | By Kevin Tatum, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Drexel added a reputable team - though not a winning one - to its list of conquests at the Physical Education Center last night. The opponent was tradition-rich Fordham, which wound up a 70-65 loser in the first game ever played between the two schools. For struggling Fordham (3-9), the two-time defending Patriot League champion, it was the eighth loss in its last nine games. Drexel won its second game in a row and improved to 7-4. "What this game means is that we beat a team with an excellent reputation," said Drexel coach Bill Herrion.
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March 4, 2004 | By Ron Reid INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
The rough road continued for La Salle last night at Fordham, where the Explorers lost, 83-75, at Rose Hill Gym in an Atlantic Ten Conference game for their fifth straight defeat. Not that Billy Hahn's team went quietly or failed to make a gutsy fight of it in the late going. Trailing by 21 points with 15 minutes left in the game, the Explorers (10-18, 5-10 A-10) finally found their range, hit some shots, played better defense, and closed the deficit to five points with 3 minutes, 40 seconds left to play.
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March 7, 2013 | By MATT EHALT, For the Daily News
NEW YORK - Temple's win over Fordham won't be a victory the selection committee holds in high regard when it evaluates the Owls' resume next weekend. And that's not a bad thing. Wednesday night's game really only stood to potentially hurt the Owls, as a loss to the Rams would've been devastating to their at-large chances. A win really just kept the status quo. But that surely beats the alternative. Temple avoided a devastating loss as it easily took care of Fordham, 74-55, in front of a sparse crowd at Rose Hill Gym in the Bronx.
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February 9, 2003 | By Ray Parrillo INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
By halftime of last night's Atlantic Ten Conference game at Rose Hill Gym, sad-sack Fordham could select from a number of telling statistics that St. Joseph's had compiled to damage the Rams' faded hopes for an upset. Was it the 20 points scored by Delonte West, the Hawks' sizzling sophomore guard, on 8-for-10 shooting from the field? Was it the nine three-point baskets St. Joe's had made? Was it the 14 turnovers the aggressive Hawks had squeezed out of Fordham's jittery ballhandlers?
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January 6, 2011 | By ED BARKOWITZ, barkowe@phillynews.com
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. - We missed you last night at the Izod Center. The same Meadowlands facility that witnessed the unbridled insanity of the New Jersey Devils' winning two of their three Stanley Cups was a sea of empty seats for visiting Temple's win over Fordham. At times, it was so quiet, you could almost hear Jimmy Hoffa stirring. Temple matched the apathy in the stands to start the game, but eventually the Owls got their legs under them and rolled to a 70-51 victory in the Atlantic 10 opener for both teams.
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January 24, 2010 | By Shawn Pastor FOR THE INQUIRER
Temple matched its best 20-game start in 16 years with a 62-45 victory at Fordham yesterday. But Owls coach Fran Dunphy is not ready to make a comparison between his squad and the likes of Eddie Jones and Aaron McKie, who starred for the 1993-94 team. "I would prefer to evaluate who we are and where we are at the end of the season," Dunphy said after the 16th-ranked Owls improved to 17-3, 5-0 in the Atlantic Ten, thanks to a strong second half against the weakest outfit in the league.
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February 19, 2001 | By Ray Parrillo, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
St. Joseph's coach Phil Martelli had this feeling before yesterday's game, a feeling that drove the worrisome nature of his coaching side to a higher-than-usual pitch. And that's high. "I just had a feeling, I don't know, that we might be a little bit flat," he said after his team's 88-78 victory over Fordham. When Martelli's Hawks were locked in a 72-72 tie in the Atlantic Ten Conference game, and when Marvin O'Connor's three-point attempt rimmed out of the hoop with the game narrowed down to crunch time, many of the 3,200 spectators inside Alumni Memorial Fieldhouse must have had a feeling approaching nausea.
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