The Ryerson Rams men's and women's basketball teams have made it to the playoffs, and we want you to join us in cheering them on! On Wedneday, February 21 both teams will be taking on their competition in the first round of the OUA playoffs at the Mattamy Athletic Centre!
The Ryerson Rams track and field team headed to the Hal Brown Memorial meet on Friday, the last competition before the OUA championships this weekend in Windsor.
The Ryerson Rams women's fencing team put together a strong second day of competition at the OUA Championship, hosted by Carleton, as the team climbed the standings to ultimately finish in 7th place.
Volleyball player Theanna Vernon and hockey player Vince Figliomeni have been named this week's Athletes of the Week.
In their third year of OUA competition the Ryerson Rams men's curling team brought home their first medal, a provincial silver medal, and a berth in the U SPORTS national championship.
TORONTO – The Ryerson Rams live to fight another day, as they take down the Western Mustangs in Game 3 of the best-of-three series with a thrilling 6-3 victory at the Mattamy Athletic Centre on Sunday night.
After finishing second in their pool the Rams lost to Ottawa in the quarter-final and then to Waterloo in the fifth place match.
On the heels of an 18-point fourth quarter performance from Rams guard Manny Diressa, the men's basketball team came from behind to defeat the Laurentian Voyageurs 76-74 on Saturday night.
The Ryerson Rams were put to the test for the second time this season against the Queen's Gaels, but it was the Rams who came out on top to secure a 3-1 match victory.
A historic regular season run came to a close for the Ryerson Rams on Saturday afternoon at the Mattamy Athletic Centre as the team dropped their final game of the semester to the Guelph Gryphons, losing by a final score of 4-0.
It was a night of sustained celebration for the Ryerson Rams, as they capped off their regular season with an 83-74 victory over the Laurentian Voyageurs and acknowledged their graduating players.
The Ryerson Rams simply couldn't find a way to reset in a 3-0 loss to the Queen's Gaels Saturday night in Kingston.