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Vancouver's Dolman to join men's basketball in September

By Jessica Pincente

TORONTO — The Ryerson Rams men’s basketball team announced today that Vancouver native Luka Dolman will be joining the Rams in September, named as the second commitment of the team’s 2019-20 recruiting class.

Dolman spent the last two years with the DRIVE Basketball program in British Columbia and was recently named a Lower Mainland First-Team All-Star after a successful 2018-19 senior season.

“A student-athlete with Luka’s determination, hard work and talent is always a significant addition to a program,” says Rams head coach Borko Popic. “We are very excited to have him join our team and look forward to our time together.”

The point guard was named a provincial First-Team All-Star and a City MVP in 2017, his first season with DRIVE. Dolman also has experience representing British Columbia, hitting the court with the provincial team in 2016.

A multi-sport athlete at Kitsilano Secondary School, Dolman also competed for the high school’s track and field team.

Dolman is set to enter Ryerson’s Business Management program in the fall.

“Ryerson is often regarded as the best team in the country, located in the biggest city in all of Canada,” says Dolman on why he chose Ryerson. “As an athlete, you are put on professional stage night in and night out.”

Dolman joins Mouhamed L. Alga Ndiaye in the team’s 2019-20 recruiting class. Stay up-to-date on all Ryerson commitment announcements by checking back to our website or following us on Twitter, @RyersonRams.


2019-20 Men’s Basketball Recruiting Class

Mouhamed L. Alga Ndiaye

Luka Dolman

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