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Gojmerac latest to sign with Rams

By Andrea Elliott
TORONTO - The Ryerson Rams women's basketball team continues to unveil their 2017-18 recruiting class with the announcement that Maddy Gojmerac will suit up in the blue and gold starting this fall.

Gojmerac joins the Rams from the Niagara JUEL program where she's played for the past two seasons. Prior to playing in Niagara the guard played the 2014-15 season with Transway JUEL Prep program where she won the league and playoff championship.

"Maddy is a fierce competitor who will add depth and toughness to our point guard position. Maddy also has an ability to shoot the ball and help us stretch the floor offensively," said Rams head coach Carly Clarke.

The Welland, Ont. native has had a strong high school basketball career out of Notre Dame College School. Gojmerac and her teammates have won three straight league championships and won the Southern Ontario Secondary Schools Association (SOSSA) title in 2014. Gojmerac is a repeat winner of her team MVP award and has been named to tournament all-star teams throughout her career.

"I felt very comfortable with and welcomed by the coaching staff and coach Carly is a great coach who I know I will learn a lot from," said Gojmerac.

Gojmerac is the second recruit announcement this week as she joins forward Jama Bin-Edward as the newest Rams players. Stay tuned for more recruit announcements as they become available.

2017-18 Recruiting Class:
Jama Bin-Edward
Maddy Gojmerac

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