Fordham-Iona Streamed Live on the Internet on October 28
BRONX, N.Y. - The next chapter of the Fordham-Iona water polo rivalry will be written on Wednesday, as the two teams vie for a share of the CWPA Northern Division regular season title at the Col. Francis B. Messmore Aquatic Center. The match can be seen live on Fordhamsports.com by clicking here.
The match is free to watch, just sign up with your name and e-mail address after clicking on the watch link. You may also need to download Microsoft Silverlight player, if you have not watched a Fordham event before to catch all the action.
The game is all important to both teams in regards to seeding at the Northern Division playoffs, which is set to begin on November 7th. Brown has already concluded their regular season with a 5-1 conference mark, having lost to Iona, while defeating Fordham.
If Fordham wins, they will finish with a 5-1 conference record and be the #2 seed by virtue of the tiebreaker with Brown. If Iona wins, they will be 5-1 and earn the top seed and a first round bye. A loss would put either team as the #3 seed.
In addition to the standings, fans will see three of the top goals scorers in the country, as Fordham's tandem of Ali Arat (52 goals) and Mikey Edwards (55 goals) will go up against Iona's Joe Przekota (56 goals)
The match is set for a 7:30 PM start, but fans can tune in sooner, as the Rams' will honor their lone senior, Andrew Dentinger, prior to the contest.
Release courtesy Fordham Athletic Communications