Ontario University Athletics (OUA) released the 2018-19 regular season conference basketball schedule on Thursday afternoon.
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.
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.
If a new year means a new start, the healthy and rested Ryerson Rams hope to hit the ground running.
Profile feature on Rams senior guard Manny Diressa (part 2). Video Credit - RTA: Sport Media students Natasha Cyrille, Hung Le, Mike Cowley and Connor Nicoll Penman.
Profile feature on Rams senior guard Manny Diressa (part 1).
JV Mukama and Manny Diressa accounted for nearly half of the Ryerson Rams' points as they head into the holiday break with a 98-52 win over the Lakehead Thunderwolves.
Ryerson Athletics is proud to host the Ryerson Rams Hoopfest which includes a coaches clinic, OSBA league games, and the feature event, Kia Nurse's UConn taking on Duquesne.
Fourth quarter magic saw the Ryerson Rams leave their trip to the University of Toronto with their winning streak intact, toppling the Varsity Blues in a late-game comeback at the Goldring Centre on Wednesday night.
Boasting a four-game winning streak, the Rams look to close out 2017 on a high note travelling to U of T to face the Varsity Blues on Wednesday, then hosting the Lakehead Thunderwolves on Saturday.
While Manny Diressa (Toronto, Ont.) made his official return to the Ryerson Rams lineup last night, it was Saturday night that he really made his true comeback as he put up 24 points in a 80-70 win over the Laurier Golden Hawks at the Mattamy Athletic Centre.
Manny Diressa made his long awaited return to the Ryerson Rams lineup Friday night as the Rams toppled the Waterloo Warriors 88-83 in overtime at the Mattamy Athletic Centre.