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Fordham Rams Logo

Fordham Rams Logo
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The Fordham Rams are two dozen sports teams representing Fordham University in the NCAA Division I intercollegiate competition. They all participate in the Atlantic 10 Conference, except for the players who play in the Patriot League and are in the Football Championship Subdivision. The mascot of athletes is a ram. The color palette includes white and burgundy.

Meaning and History

Fordham Rams Logo History
Fordham Rams Logo Evolution

Since the 1940s, the Fordham Rams logo has changed several times, but the designers did not deviate from the ram theme. In 1941-1947 the animal mascot was drawn with dark red lines on a white background. In 1994, a new version appeared – with a confident ram, one species of which expressed anger. Black shadows with burgundy spots enhanced the impression. Below was the inscription “Fordham.” All letters were in capital letters, although the “F” and “M” rose significantly above the rest.

In 2001, the developers left the previous style, but reduced the head and moved it down the emblem. The top half was occupied by the word “Fordham.” The modern logo was adopted in 2008. It is a large letter “F” with three outlines (white, gray, black) and a ram’s head depicted in half-profile.

1941 – 1947

Fordham Rams Logo 1941-1947

1994 – 2000

Fordham Rams Logo 1994-2000

2001 – 2007

Fordham Rams Logo 2001-2007

2008 – present

Fordham Rams Logo 2008-Present

Emblem

Fordham Rams Emblem

Fordham Rams Basketball Logo

Fordham Rams Basketball Logo

The first Fordham University men’s basketball competition took place in 1902. The best season was in 1970-1971. The athletes have two victories in the Patriot League Tournament Championships, sixteen games in the NIT, and four NCAA Tournaments. The women’s team was at first a club team but then began to represent an educational institution at the Division I level in the NCAA.

Fordham Rams Football Logo

Fordham Rams Football Logo

The football program appeared in 1882, 41 years after the founding of the university. The team’s home stadium is currently Coffey Field, with Joe Conlin as head coach.