The men finished the year 8-4-2 and have secured third-place in the OUA East division for the second season in a row. In the process, they also set a program record for wins in a season with eight as well as goals scored with 35 in 14 conference matches.
The Rams will host their first round OUA playoff match against the sixth-place Trent Excalibur (4-8-2). The winner of that game will play either the Ravens or the CIS No. 9-ranked Toronto Varsity Blues in the East semi-finals.