TORONTO - The Ryerson Rams are proud to announce Jason Rinaldi as the presenting partner for the 2017 U SPORTS Women's Volleyball National Championship.

"We are pleased to have Jason Rinaldi invest in creating exceptional opportunities for all the student-athletes coming to compete in the U SPORTS Women's Volleyball National Championship, said Dr. Ivan Joseph, Director of Ryerson University Athletics. "We couldn't be more pleased to showcase the great city of Toronto and our iconic venue to fans and student-athletes from across the country."

The championship will be staged in Canada’s most iconic sports venue, the former Maple Leaf Gardens, now Ryerson's Mattamy Athletic Centre. The nation’s top eight women’s university volleyball teams including the Ryerson Rams will compete over three days for the national title. The building's hockey arena will be converted to a volleyball court with a capacity of 3,000.

Tickets for the 2017 U Sports Women's Volleyball Championship presented by Jason Rinaldi are available for purchase online.

Tournament passes are currently available and cost $45 for adults, $32 for seniors, students, Ryerson alumni and staff. Single session tickets, which include two games, are also available and cost $16 for adults, $12 for seniors, students, Ryerson alumni and staff.

2017 U SPORTS Women’s Volleyball National Championship presented by Jason Rinaldi

Schedule

Friday, March 17

Session 1
12:00 pm         Quarter-final #1                                                           
2:00 pm           Quarter-final #2                                              

Session 2
6:00 pm           Quarter-final #3 (Ryerson vs TBD)                
8:00 pm           Quarter-final #4                       

Saturday, March 18

Session 3
12:00 pm         Consolation Semifinal #1                                
2:00 pm           Consolation Semifinal #2                               

Session 4
6:00 pm           Semifinal #1                                                    
8:00 pm           Semifinal #2                                                   

Sunday, March 19

10:00 am         Consolation Final (5th place game)                                         

Session 5
1:00 pm           Bronze Medal                                                  
4:00 pm           Championship Final