The Ryerson Rams fell to the Calgary Dinos 79-77 in the U SPORTS Final 8 national championship gold medal game Sunday night at the Scotiabank Centre in Halifax, Nova Scotia.
The greatest upset in U SPORTS basketball history was painted in blue and gold.
The OUA's marquee matchup is coming to the national stage once more.
If you can say one thing about the Ryerson Rams, it's that they show up on a national stage.
Fifth year guard Manny Diressa was named a U SPORTS First-Team All-Canadian on Wednesday night in Halifax, becoming just the second Rams men's basketball player to earn the distinction.
Watch the Rams opening game versus Alberta at the U SPORTS Final 8 in Halifax, N.S. at the Rams Cafe in the Mattamy Athletic Centre (MAC) on Thursday, March 8.
For the fourth consecutive season, the Rams compete for Canadian dominance in the annual national championship tournament.
The Ryerson Rams will enter the 2018 U SPORTS Final 8 as the fifth seed and will face the fourth seed Alberta Golden Bears in the quarter-finals on Thursday, March 8.
The three-peat wasn't to be as the Ryerson Rams fell to the Carleton Ravens 84-58 at the Ravens' Nest on Saturday night in the Wilson Cup final.
The Ryerson Rams men's basketball team is heading back to the U SPORTS Final 8 national championship for the fourth straight year and you could join them!
The Ryerson Rams are headed to the OUA Wilson Cup Final in Ottawa and the U SPORTS Final 8 in Halifax after defeating the Brock Badgers 69-63 at Bob Davis Gym on Wednesday night.
Manny Diressa earned his third straight OUA all-star nod while freshman standout Tanor Ngom was named to the OUA all-rookie team.