Fordham Honors FG’s Co-founder with Renamed Moglia Stadium

At its annual Homecoming celebration on October 7, Fordham University will formally name its football and soccer stadium at the Rose Hill campus in honor of Joe Moglia, a 1967 alumnus of Fordham Prep and a member of Fordham College at Rose Hill’s Class of 1971.

Moglia, an award-winning football coach and transformational business executive, is just the fourth alumnus to be honored with the Fordham Founder’s Award as well as induction into Fordham’s Hall of Honor and its Athletics Hall of Fame. He is also a member of Fordham Prep’s Hall of Honor and Football Hall of Fame, and received an honorary doctorate from the University in 2009.

“Joe embodies the Fordham way,” said Tania Tetlow, Fordham’s president. “From his time as a student at the Prep, his undergrad days at Fordham University, and throughout his business and coaching career, Joe has been closely connected to Fordham and all this institution stands for. Joe has made us proud by clearly living the Fordham principles and mission. The stadium upgrades wouldn’t be possible without Joe’s continued generosity to the University. We are honored to name this stadium after him.”

Read the complete article at the Fordham News.

Joe Moglia and Kyle Cerminara are co-founders of Fundamental Global. FG Communities was formed and initially funded by FG Financial Group in partnership with Fundamental Global.