A former pitcher for the Rams men's baseball team, he has established himself as one of Ryerson's most recognizable voices at home games.
The Ryerson Rams baseball team wrapped up the regular season in eight place, qualifying them for the OUA Championship in Pool A with No. 1 seed Laurier, No. 4 seed Queen's, and No. 5 seed Guelph.
The Ryerson Rams struggled to produce runs and made five costly errors that led to a sweep at the hand of the top team in the OUA, the Laurier Golden Hawks.
The adage in baseball is that pitching, defence and timely hitting wins games. On Friday, the Ryerson Rams performed well in all three areas and swept the doubleheader against the Waterloo Warriors.
Facing the winless Laurentian Voyageurs under the cloudy skies of Stan Wadlow park, the Ryerson Rams snapped their six-game losing streak and completed their first sweep of the season in dramatic fashion.
It was a tough day for the Ryerson Rams. Although they played fundamentally sound baseball, the Rams offence was stymied by the Brock Badgers pitchers and were shutout in both games.
On Saturday afternoon, solid pitching performances in both games were wasted as the Ryerson Rams were swept by McMaster Marauders.
After a long day on the road Saturday, the Rams dropped both games of their doubleheader against the Varsity Blues on Sunday.
Rams bounce back from disappointing game one performance to split doubleheader with Queen's.
Cold weather, missed opportunities and defensive lapses made for a forgettable day, as the Ryerson Rams were swept by the Western Mustangs.
Another season of OUA baseball is off and running as the new-look Ryerson Rams took on the Guelph Gryphons at Pan Am Park in Ajax.
The Ryerson Rams baseball program is proud to announce seven recruits for the 2018 season.