It was a disappointing evening for the Ryerson Rams, as they fell 4-3 to the Brock Badgers in St. Catharines on Wednesday evening.
One of the most fierce and entertaining rivalries in OUA basketball burns on.
Wednesday, November 8 is going to prove to be one of the most electric sporting days of the season, as the women's basketball team plays their home opener against the Brock Badgers.
Coming off of a thrilling overtime win against the Waterloo Warriors on November 3, the Rams will be looking to keep their winning ways going against the Brock Badgers.
Volleyball player Kate McIlmoyle and hockey player Matt Mistele have been named this week's Athletes of the Week.
Lucas Coleman alone outscored the Trent Excalibur roster, collectively, as the Ryerson Rams swept the match 3-0 Sunday night in Peterborough.
Extending their winning streak to three games, the Ryerson Rams swept the Trent Excalibur 3-0 and currently sit as one of two undefeated teams in the OUA's Eastern conference.
The Ryerson Rams snapped a three-year skid of losing the OUA bronze medal game in a bittersweet 3-0 victory over the McMaster Marauders at York's Alumni Field on Saturday afternoon.
After meeting for the second time in seven days, the Ryerson Rams were handed their second loss of the season by the experienced Western Mustangs, this time in the fourth period.
Myles Charvis was one point off matching a career best that he set just last night, but it was not enough for the victory as the Ryerson Rams lost 62-59 to the Western Mustangs Saturday night.
In what proved to be a disappointing evening to cap off an unfortunate road-trip weekend, the Rams fell 66-55 to the Western Mustangs on Saturday night in London.
Guard Myles Charvis put up a career high 24 points as the Ryerson Rams defeated host Windsor Lancers 81-68 at the St. Denis Centre on Friday night.