Ryerson women's volleyball fifth-year senior Theanna Vernon was named OUA Female Athlete of the Year on Wednesday night at the OUA Honours awards in Kingston.
Theanna Vernon has been named a finalist for the Lieutenant Governor Athletic Awards presented by Makadiff SPORTS celebrating the U SPORTS Athlete of the Year for the second consecutive season.
Simac, a former national team player himself, will be an assistant coach with the national junior men's team. This is the third straight summer Simac will join the junior team's staff.
The Ryerson Rams finish the 2018-19 season as national silver medalists after falling 3-2 to the UBC Thunderbirds in the U SPORTS National Championship on Sunday night in Edmonton.
After sweeping their semifinal match against the Alberta Pandas on Saturday night, the no. 6 Ryerson Rams will take on the no. 8 UBC Thunderbirds in the 2019 U SPORTS gold medal final on Sunday in Edmonton.
The Ryerson Rams have advanced to the 2019 U SPORTS gold medal final after a 3-0 (25-21, 28-26, 25-23) win over the host Alberta Pandas in the semifinals on Saturday night in Edmonton.
After earning a dominant victory over the Calgary Dinos last night, the Ryerson Rams have turned their attention to their newest opponent in the Alberta Pandas; the two teams will face off in the national semifinal on Saturday evening.
The no. 6 Ryerson Rams put their dominant tendencies on display in a 3-0 (25-21, 25-15, 25-21) sweep over the no. 3 Calgary Dinos in the U SPORTS quarter-finals on Friday night in Edmonton.
Fifth year Theanna Vernon became the first Ryerson women's volleyball player to be named a First-Team All-Canadian, while first year Lauren Wong was named to the U SPORTS All-Rookie team.
The no. 6 Ryerson Rams will hit the court at the University of Alberta on Friday night to face off against the no. 3 Calgary Dinos in their first game of the 2019 U SPORTS National Championship tournament.
The Ryerson Rams women's volleyball team heads west this week with their sights set on defending their national title in Edmonton.
The no. 1 Ryerson Rams capped off their 2018-19 OUA season with a silver medal after falling 3-0 (20-25, 21-25, 21-25) to the Toronto Varsity Blues in the gold medal final on Saturday evening in Waterloo.