FROM CBD NEWS SOURCE Bronx, N.Y. – Fordham University Executive Director of Athletics Frank McLaughlin announced today that head baseball coach Nick Restaino has decided to pursue other opportunities and will not return for the 2011-12 season. “We are extremely thankful for Nick’s hard work and dedication to the Fordham baseball program,” said McLaughlin. “We […]
The Charlotte 49ers dominated the Atlantic 10 conference in 2010 by winning the regular season title with a 20-7 conference record. Xavier finished two games back with a 18-9 record while Rhode Island finished in third place at 17-10. St. Louis and Fordham tied for fourth place with 15-12 records. George Washington and LaSalle tied […]
FROM CBD NEWS SOURCE NEWPORT NEWS, Va. – After capturing a share of its third regular season title in the past four years, Charlotte has been selected to win the 2010 Atlantic 10 baseball title in voting conducted by the league’s head coaches. Xavier, the 2009 A-10 Tournament Champion, was picked second, while Dayton, […]
FROM CBD NEWS SOURCE Bronx, N.Y. – Fordham baseball head coach Nick Restaino announced the team’s 2011 schedule today, as the Rams will begin play on February 18th in Virginia. Except for 1944, the Fordham baseball program has played every year since 1859 and stands as the winningest program in NCAA history. The Rams will […]
FROM CBB NEWS SOURCE Bronx, N.Y. – On Saturday, the Fordham Rams and Rhode Island Rams won’t be opponents on the baseball diamond, but will join forces in raising funds for the Autism Project of Rhode Island, as a part of the 2010 Walk for Autism Now event at Colt State Park in Rhode Island.
FROM CBB NEWS SOURCE Bronx, N.Y. – Fordham head baseball coach Nick Restaino announced the addition of Jerry DeFabbia and Joe Mandille to the Rams’ coaching staff for the 2010-11 season today. "I’m excited to add both Jerry and Joe to the staff. Both have collegiate and professional experience and a passion to teach. They […]
Michael Williams (Kentucky) went 3-for-5 and drove in three runs as the Danbury Westerners used a five run third inning to defeat the North Shore Navigators 9-3 on Monday night. The Westerners pounded out 16 hits with Michael Williams (Kentucky), Jim Brennan (St. John’s) and Brian Kownacki (Fordham) each collecting three hits.