Articles by: Brenda Molina-Navidad

No longer on the sidelines

No longer on the sidelines

For Harrison Browne, wearing number 24 for the Buffalo Beauts and having his chosen identity recognized was an uplifting moment.

by Brenda Molina-Navidad· · Sports
Kate McIlmoyle celebrates during a Rams game against Alberta in March. (Photo by Alex D’Addese)

Women’s volleyball serves up a double

Ryerson Athletics has announced third-year Kate McIlmoyle as the athlete of the week. She is the second consecutive female volleyball player to be recognized and the season has just begun.

by Brenda Molina-Navidad· · Sports, Volleyball
Ryerson men’s soccer team faced York University for the semifinals of the OUA Final Four on Nov. 3. (Photo by Brenda Molina-Navidad)

Rams soccer lose to York in semifinal shootout, earn bronze medal

It only took six minutes to change the game for the Ryerson men’s soccer team.

Ryerson Rams’ Raheem Rose scored against York University in the 23rd minute of the Ontario University Athletics (OUA) final four matchup on Nov. 3.

by Brenda Molina-Navidad· · Soccer, Sports
Ryerson men’s soccer midfielder Misel Klisara scored the winning penalty kick to secure the Rams' advancement to the Ontario University Athletic’s semifinals. (Photo by Alex D’Addese)

Men’s soccer advance to OUA Final Four

The Ryerson men’s soccer team defeated the University of Toronto Varsity Blues in a penalty shootout on Sunday to advance to the Ontario University Athletics (OUA) final four.

by Brenda Molina-Navidad· · Sports
Ram’s senior women’s basketball player Cara Tiemens, makes a shot against Queen’s last season on Feb. 3, 2017. (Photo by Alex D’Addese)

Ryerson’s men’s and women’s basketball teams win first game of the season

Ryerson’s men’s and women’s basketball teams swept the court on Friday, each winning their first game of the season against Algoma University.

by Brenda Molina-Navidad· · Sports
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