- Joe Moglia, a 1971 graduate of Fordham College at Rose Hill, will have Fordham University's football and soccer stadium renamed in his honor.
- The Moglia Stadium dedication ceremony will be held on Oct. 7 during Fordham's homecoming activities.
- Moglia's achievements as a coach and his impact on Coastal Carolina University's football program are highlighted in the article.
Coastal Carolina University’s Joe Moglia, a Fordham College at Rose Hill graduate, will be honored by Fordham University with the renaming of its football and soccer stadium. The dedication ceremony will take place during Fordham’s homecoming activities. Moglia, who serves as CCU’s chair of athletics, is the fourth alumnus to receive the Fordham Founder’s Award and be inducted into its Hall of Honor and Athletics Hall of Fame. His leadership philosophy has guided his successful career as a college football coach and Wall Street executive. CCU and Fordham are proud to acknowledge Moglia’s outstanding legacy.
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