KINGSTON, Ont. - The Rams concluded their weekend in Kingston with yet another unanswered victory, this time going 4-0 over the Royal Military College (RMC) Paladins at Navy Bay Fields on Sunday afternoon.

The first half was dominated by a relentless Rams offensive line-up, which seemingly sought to acclaim victory early in the match up. Scoring opened at an early stage in the match, with Ahmed Zabian (San Andres, Colombia) tucking in an unassisted goal in the seventh minute, following an uncontested drive into RMC territory. Shortly after this, in the sixteenth minute, Zabian would claim his second goal of the match with a close-range attempt, putting the Rams up 2-0. The Rams would continue to hold this lead until Kussai Salman (Toronto, Ont.), would put Ryerson up 3-0 in the thirtieth minute, a lead which they would hold going into the second half.

The Rams seemed to have no trouble beginning the second half with the same degree of tenacity with which they had concluded the first. Almost the moment following the blowing of the whistle to signal the start of the final forty-five minutes of play, Ryerson’s Andrew Dias (Toronto, Ont.), would push the Rams lead to 4-0 with a goal from inside the keeper’s box.

Ryerson would go on to hold this lead until the conclusion of the match, and end their weekend road trip in Kingston with a 2-0-0 record.

The Rams will be looking to continue their winning ways on Saturday, October 7 against the Toronto Varsity Blues. The home game will be played at Toronto's Varsity Stadium.