Following a rough start to the 2018 portion of their season, the Ryerson Rams will be looking to turn things around as they head north for their second road trip of the new year.
Ontario University Athletics (OUA) released the 2018-19 regular season conference basketball schedule on Thursday afternoon.
Hockey player Rachel Seeley has been named the OUA Athlete of the Week.
The Rams will be looking to regain momentum this week as they host the University of Toronto on Thursday followed by the Brock Badgers on Friday.
Hockey players Rachel Seeley and Greg DiTomaso have been named this week's Athletes of the Week.
Sixty-five minutes of play and three rounds of a shootout were not enough to solve this key matchup for the Ryerson Rams, but the team managed to claim a 1-0 shootout victory against Laurier.
It was a tale of two halves in Ottawa, as the Ryerson Rams fell to the Ottawa Gee-Gees 81-73 after leading throughout the first half at Montpetit Hall.
It was a disappointing evening for the Ryerson Rams, as they fell 4-3 to the Western Mustangs in overtime on home ice on Saturday night.
In a match that went down to the wire, the University of Ottawa Gee-Gees proved to simply be too much for the Rams on Saturday evening, as they snuck away with a 66-61 win in the dying minutes.
Anchored by three first-period goals, the Ryerson Rams claimed their first regulation shutout of the season in a 3-0 victory over the Windsor Lancers on Saturday afternoon.
It was a night of across the board offensive contributions from the Rams players as they came away with a huge 7-1 win against the Laurier Golden Hawks on Friday night in Waterloo.
In their first meeting since the 2016-2017 U SPORTS gold medal game, the Ryerson Rams fell to the Carleton Ravens 89-80 at the Ravens' Nest on on Friday night.