The Ryerson Rams are back, and they mean business - taking the victory against the OUA East leading York Lions Saturday night at the Mattamy Athletic Centre.
A reinvigorated Ryerson Rams squad is playing for territory this weekend.
Although the final score may not do it justice, Saturday night's bout between the Ryerson Rams and the University of Toronto Varsity Blues was a game of inches.
Despite outstanding performances by the youngest contingent of the Ryerson Rams roster, their 2018 home opener resulted in a 3-0 loss to the Western Mustangs at the Mattamy Athletic Centre on Friday.
What better way to bond with your volleyball team than coming out to the Ryerson Rams volleyball team match ups against the Toronto Varsity Blues?
All good things must come to an end. The Ryerson Rams fell for the first time this season, losing 3-0 to the Waterloo Warriors at the Physical Activities Centre on Saturday night.
The victory marks the sixth consecutive win for the Rams to kick off the season, leaving them as the only undefeated team in the OUA.
This weekend will see the Rams face their first back-to-back matchups of the year as they try to keep their stellar start intact.
The Rams made a quick drive over to the University of Toronto to face off against the U of T Varsity Blues, claiming a 3-0 victory at Goldring Centre on Friday night.
After a victorious stop home at the Mattamy Athletic Centre, the Ryerson Rams are back on the road to take on the U of T Varsity Blues.
Gregory Vukets was among the Rams players who impressed in their first major appearance of the season, taking their home opener 3-0 over the Trent Excalibur at the Mattamy Athletic Centre on Sunday.
The streak is alive after a back and forth tussle sees the Ryerson Rams leave York University with a 3-1 victory over the Lions on Friday night.