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The No. 17 Fordham Rams travel from Harvard to the Browns to wrap up Sunday’s game at the Bruno Classic. The Rams won another game to end the weekend 2-2.

Fordham put in a solid performance against the Gannons on Sunday, winning the game 28-8. It was the most goals scored by the Rams in a game since 1971, when Fordham scored 30 against Penn State.

The Rams took a 7-1 lead in the first quarter, followed by an eight-ball blast in the second quarter, and there was no turning back.

Of the 15 outfielders used in that game, 12 for the Rams scored at least one goal, with Baraz Belenyi leading the way with six goals, three assists and two steals. Victor Schultz, Nacho Ariste and Lucas Nieto Jasny all had 3 goals and Ariste had 4 tackles. Jacopo Parrella scored two goals, four assists and four steals, while Gabriel Melillo, Mark Katsev, Brendan Cassidy and Jagger McMannis added two goals each. Michael Rahner, Jason Hiremath and Georg Papanikolaou each scored.

The Rams came out strong in Game 2 to stay close to the #5 Pacific, but the Tigers scored four goals in the fourth quarter to seal the win 13-7.

Fordham quickly took a 2-1 lead in the first quarter, but the Tigers responded with a 5-2 lead in four consecutive victories at the beginning of the second quarter. The Rams fought back to tie the game, tying it to five with an extra man.

The Pacific regained the lead by two points, but a last-second goal by Fordham made it 7-6 at halftime.

Curtis Vidinoff scored for the Rams and Fordham took a 9-7 lead after three quarters, but the Tigers scored four goals in the fourth quarter and made it 13-7 in the final Shut the Rams out.

For the Rams, Parreira had two goals and one assist, while Kristos Lupakis had one goal and two assists. Melillo and Hiremath each had a goal and an assist, with Vidinoff and Rahner holding the last two records. At the net, Thomas Lercari made 11 saves and one tackle.

Fordham will next play the Princeton Invitational on Sept. 10-11.

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