After starting second semester on a winning note, the Ryerson Rams will take on the Queen's Gaels and the Waterloo Warriors in two crucial matchups this upcoming weekend.
Hockey player Rachel Seeley has been named the OUA Athlete of the Week.
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.
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.
After a relatively successful 2017 half of the season, the Ryerson Rams look to open up second semester with two wins against two struggling teams.
A strong showing in the second period was not enough for the Ryerson Rams to push past the No. 8-ranked Queen's Gaels, as Jessica Wakefield's overtime goal would help her team claim victory over the Rams by a final score of 3-2.
In an unfortunate loss for the Ryerson Rams, the UOIT Ridgebacks would ultimately combine puck luck with a strong power play, besting the Rams by a final score of 5-4.
In what was shaping up to be another regulation loss for the Ryerson Rams, a bad deflection would turn the game around and a beautiful shootout move would seal the deal, as the Rams pushed past the Laurentian Voyageurs by a final score of 2-1.
Two goals were not enough to push the Ryerson Rams past the Nipissing Lakers in Saturday's afternoon matchup, as the Lakers took the victory by a final score of 3-2.
A strong first period wasn't enough for the Ryerson Rams tonight as the team was handed their second regulation loss of the season by the York Lions, losing by a final score of 3-2.
A hard-fought battle against the fifth-seeded Toronto Varsity Blues led the Ryerson Rams to a 5-3 victory, bumping the team up to second in the OUA's league standings.