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More than just hockey

In his three short years with the Rams men’s hockey team, Aaron Armstrong has left the program in a better place than he found it. He’s a tireless worker on and off the ice, having trained his way to become an elite force on the team while volunteering his time to charity. Head coach Johnny Duco says Armstrong was a […]

by Ryersonian Staff· · Hockey, Sports
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Women’s volleyball brings home Ryerson’s first-ever national title

The Rams women’s volleyball team defeated the Alberta Pandas 3-1 to earn Ryerson’s first-ever gold medal at the national championships in Quebec City on Sunday night. The national title comes after a record-breaking season for the women’s team, coached by Dustin Reid. The team has gone undefeated in all 25 of its regular season and playoff games. Reid was named […]

by Loredana Segota· · Sports, Volleyball
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Women’s volleyball team advance to national finals for the first time

Ryerson’s women’s volleyball team will play in the national university finals for the first time, after winning their semifinal match against the Calgary Dinos Saturday night. The first two sets went to the Rams. But in the third set, the Dinos, the top-seeded team in Canada West, won 25-20. The Rams came back in the fourth set with a 25-13 […]

by Janine Tascioglu· · Sports, Volleyball
Photo by Lisa Cumming.

Women’s volleyball team rebound to win national quarterfinals

The Ryerson women’s volleyball team began slowly. But once again, on the brink of their first loss this season, they came back to win the national playoff quarterfinal against the UBC Okanagan Heat Friday at Laval University. The OUA Quigley Cup champions struggled early on, losing their first two sets 25-22 and 25-18. Okanagan’s Michelle Jakszuk had a monstrous 18 […]

by Nicholas Dunne· · Sports, Volleyball
Photo by Lisa Cumming

‘That’s a Dustin Reid team’

If you didn’t know the Ryerson women’s volleyball team dropped the first set of the OUA Quigley Cup championship match Saturday, you wouldn’t have guessed it by looking at head coach Dustin Reid. Reid sat calmly in his chair all throughout the set, getting up occasionally to stretch his legs. When a rogue volleyball bounced his way, he skipped forward […]

by Nicholas Dunne· · Sports, Volleyball
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