The two teams are at different stages in their season as Toronto (7-3-2) looks to finish strong heading into the playoffs while Ryerson (1-11-1) has turned to giving opportunities to their younger players to develop for the future.
Toronto took the first meeting of the season by a score of 2-1 back on September 23 and currently sits tied for third in the east division standings. The Blues have won their last two league matches, including a 3-1 win over nationally ranked Queen's.
First year striker LaShaunna Harper (Toronto) continues to lead the Blues with seven goals scored while senior Jessica Fantozzi (Richmond Hill, Ont.) has added six goals of her own.
Ryerson has been shut out in their past four contests and look to get on the board against their Toronto rivals. Erica Huculak (Barrie, Ont.), Elyse Hanec (Calgary, Alta.) and Arianne Authier-Henry (Ajax, Ont.) all have two goals for the Rams this season and look to bring a spark to the offence.
Following Saturday's game, Ryerson closes out the season with a pair of home games on October 20 against Laurentian and October 21 versus Nipissing. The game against Nipissing will have a pre-game ceremony to honour the graduating Rams as they play in their final university game.