History of the Rams
The Fordham Rams are the varsity sports teams for Fordham University. Their colors are maroon and white. The Fordham Rams are members of NCAA Division I and compete in the Atlantic 10 Conference for most sports. In football, the Rams play in the Patriot League of the NCAA Division 1 Football Championship Subdivision. The University also supports several club sports and a significant intramural sports program. The University's athletic booster clubs include the Sixth Man Club for basketball and the Afterguard for sailing.
College Sports Established
Bronx, New York
1995 - Present / NCAA Division I
1995 - Present / Atlantic 10 Conference
Rams - In the 1890's, the sports cheer of the Fordham men was "One-Dam, Two-Dam, Three-Dam, Fordham!" This was brought to the attention of the Jesuit fathers and the word "dam" was changed to "ram". In 1906 J. Ignatius Coveny composed "The Fordham Ram" and the official name of the sports teams was changed from "The Rose Hills" to "The Rams."
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