We had a picture perfect day for this year’s Alumni Game and Family BBQ. Over 20 alums came back to the Prep to prove that they still got it out on the field, plus a handful of other alums and their families cheered from the sidelines.Read More
The Rams season ended with a tough, hard fought loss to Kellenberg in the CHSAA Intersectional playoffs. The game was much different than the teams’ regular season meeting as neither team had more than a two goal lead.Read More
The Rams fell short in the CHSAA “AA” City Championship on Wednesday losing in a hard fought game to Iona Prep 9 - 3. Fordham had beaten Stepinac 6 - 4 earlier in the week in a sloppy, rain soaked game to advance into the championship.Read More
The Prep concluded its regular season falling to a pair of New Jersey teams. Don Bosco Prep notched a 7 - 2 victory over the Rams earlier in the week before the Prep fell to Westfield 14 - 2 on Saturday. The loss to Westfield didn’t overshadow what was a beautiful, sunny afternoon on Murphy Field where the program honored the 14 seniors on the team. The team will play Archbishop Stepinac tomorrow at 4:30pm in White Plains in the CHSAA “AA” playoffs.Read More
The Rams were able to bounce back from last week’s Iona loss with a dominating 14 - 5 win over St. John the Baptist and followed that up with a solid 9 - 7 win versus Jesuit brethren Loyola - Los Angeles.Read More
In its only game this past week Fordham fell to rival Iona Prep 8 - 2 in a match that was much closer than the score suggests, as the Gaels scored two empty net goals at the end of regulation while the Rams were in a ten man ride.Read More
The Rams finished up the past week with a loss to Lohud.com #3 ranked John Jay and a dominant win versus St. Peter’s Prep (NJ). On tap for this week is only one game, but that one game happens to be tomorrow against Iona Prep at Murphy Field at 4:30pm. The Gaels will be looking to avenge their two losses to the Prep last year; a 7 - 6 OT thriller during the regular season (recap) and a 10 - 9 game for the CHSAA CIty Championship (recap). Not that anyone needs a refresher on what this rivalry means to both schools, but as a reminder to how tight this rivalry has become here are some numbers. Since 1992, the Fordham / Iona game has been decided by one goal 18 times with one goal games occurring twice in a season five times (1992, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2018). On top of that, the games have been decided in overtime seven times including twice in triple overtime (2008, 2014).
Iona is currently ranked #4 in the Lohud.com rankings (here) with a record of 6 - 1 and wins over Bergen Catholic (NJ), Don Bosco Prep (NJ), and a 10 - 6 win over Stepinac. Their only loss is an 8 - 7 contest against Kellenberg. Come on out and cheer on the Rams tomorrow afternoon!
John Jay Recap (L 10 - 3):
The Rams headed up to John Jay to face one of the consistently top programs in the area who was looking to avenge its loss to the Prep last year (recap). The Indians got on the board first and had three goals in the net before Dominic Trennert ‘20 (Manhattan) scored off an assist from Quinn Beyer ‘19 (Rye) following a fast break clear by Stephen Zupicich ‘19 (Bronxville). John Jay netted a few more taking a 6 - 1 lead into halftime. The Prep started the scoring in the second half with a quickstick goal from a cutting Quinn English ‘19 (Port Chester) off a pass from X from Owen Murray ‘20 (Larchmont). This was then answered by two more goals from the Indians to stretch the lead to 8 - 2. Brendan Sowarby ‘19 (Manhattan) closed out the 3rd quarter by scoring the Prep’s third goal with 11 seconds left off a rebound from John Jay’s keeper. Unfortunately, that was as close as the Rams could get and the Indians took home the 10 - 3 win.
Stat Line: English ‘19 1G, Sowarby ‘19 1G, Trennert ‘20 1G, Beyer ‘19 1A, Murray ‘20 1A, Rice ‘20 8 saves, Zupicich ‘19 7GB
St. Peter’s Prep Recap (W 12 - 5):
On Saturday the Prep headed over the river to New Jersey to face St. Peter’s Prep and came home with a solid all around win to snap its five game losing streak. Owen Loffredo ‘20 (Sleepy Hollow) opened the scoring finding the back of the net on a drive down the alley. This was followed up by a score from Quinn Beyer ‘19 to take a 2 - 0 lead. Both teams traded goals the rest of the quarter and it was 3 - 2 Fordham at the start of the 2nd. The Rams then put in four straight, including a strike from James Cunningham ‘19 (Larchmont) to end the half with a 7 - 2 margin. Fordham continued the the scoring in the 3rd quarter as Beyer ‘19 had another off a Jack Stroligo ‘19 (Sleepy Hollow) assist and the lead was 11 - 3 at the end of three. Quinn English ‘19 registered the Rams’ final goal and the team took home the 12 - 5 victory.
The defense was solid once again picking up 38 ground balls versus St. Peter’s 16. Stephen Zupicich ‘19, Mekhi Simpson ‘20 (New Rochelle), and Luke Savage ‘19 (Rye) all had five GBs each. Simpson ‘20 also dominated at the faceoff X winning 17 of 21 draws. The team excelled clearing the ball registering 19 successful clears out of 20 attempts.
Stat Line: Beyer ‘19 3G, Trennert ‘20 2G/1A, Reilly ‘19 2G, Loffredo ‘20 2G, English ‘19 1G/1A, Sowarby ‘19 1G/1A, Cunningham ‘19 1G, Stroligo ‘19 1A, F. Randell ‘20 1A, Rice ‘20 2 saves
The team arrived home late Saturday night from a solid showing at the Jesuit Lacrosse Classic and in less than 48 hours had to turn around and head south to Bethesda, MD to play nationally ranked #16 Georgetown Prep.Read More
The 2019 Fordham Prep varsity lacrosse season begins this week as the team heads down to Miami for the Jesuit Lacrosse Classic. This year marks the 30th anniversary of the program, one that found immediate success even in its infancy and has grown to become a regional power with national recognition.Read More
The Fordham Prep Lacrosse Dinner and Hall of Fame Induction ceremony held at Rory Dolan’s this past Friday was a resounding success! Over 140 lacrosse players, family, and alumni gathered to recapture the memories from previous years, look ahead to an exciting new season, and honor Daniel Cunniffe ’93, Chris Moffa ’09, and Chris Smith ‘11 as inductees into our Lacrosse Hall of Fame.Read More
If you haven't read the most recent edition of US Lacrosse magazine, then you've likely missed Fordham Prep mentioned within its pages. There is a great article on the success of the Bronx Lacrosse program and the Prep got a nice shout out by Dan Leventhal, Bronx Lacrosse's founder.Read More
Another season of Fordham Prep lacrosse is in the books and it was certainly a stellar one to add to the robust history of the program. The 2018 squad won the CHSAA ‘AA’ City championship for the first time since 2013, while also notching one of the most impressive wins in program history.Read More
CityLax and Bronx Lacrosse, the two beneficiary organizations, are really excited to receive the donated equipment which will be used to help give New York City students their first opportunity to play lacrosse.Read More