The Ryerson Rams are proud to announce their selection as host of the 2019 U SPORTS Women's Basketball national championship.
Basketball player Cara Tiemens and volleyball player Lucas Coleman have been named this week's Athletes of the Week.
It was an action-packed and thrilling night at the Mattamy Athletic Centre on Saturday, but unfortunately it was not the Rams night as the Carleton Ravens came away with a 55-43 win over Ryerson.
The Rams dropped their second match of the regular season to the University of Ottawa Gee-Gees by a score of 62-58 on Friday night at the Mattamy Athletic Centre.
Calling all basketball fans! Join us for our two day Gold Rush weekend event when the Ryerson Rams basketball teams take on the Ottawa Gee-Gees on January 26 and the Carleton Ravens on January 27.
It will be déjà vu this week for the Ryerson Rams as they prepare to take on both Ottawa and Carleton for the second time this season, this time at the Mattamy Athletic Centre for Gold Rush Weekend.
It was a hard fought evening for the Ryerson Rams but, unfortunately, it wasn't enough as the visiting Queen's Gaels walked out of the Mattamy with a 71-65 victory on Friday night.
The Ryerson Rams women's basketball team shot for a high percentage on Wednesday night but their turnovers and rebounding game cost them as they dropped an 89-78 decision to the visiting York Lions.
The Rams will be looking to keep their winning ways alive as they head back to the Mattamy Athletic Centre for their first two home games of the season this week.
The Ryerson Rams picked up their second win in a row on Saturday night as they bested the Nipissing Lakers 80-57 in North Bay.
The Ryerson Rams snapped their two-game losing skid on Friday night in an emphatic way as they came away with a 78-52 victory over the Laurentian Voyageurs in Sudbury.
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.