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Nella Brodeet, captain of the women's hockey team, started a social media initiative to raise awareness for mental illness.

#RamsTalk near and dear to Brodett’s heart

After hitting rock-bottom in an off-ice battle with depression, Nella Brodett nearly committed suicide last month. “I was looking around my room and the lights were out,” says the women’s hockey captain. “(My) phone was off and the curtains were drawn. I was in bed. And thought about ways that I could do it. And I thought about my roommates, […]

Daniel Mazour of Team Israel on facing the Ryerson Rams in hockey showdown

Daniel Mazour of Team Israel on facing the Ryerson Rams in hockey showdown

No longer captain: Andrew Buck signs with Brampton Beast

No longer captain: Andrew Buck signs with Brampton Beast

  By Dom Luszczyszyn Andrew Buck, former captain of the Ryerson Rams men’s hockey team, signed with the Brampton Beast of the Central Hockey League Wednesday evening. “I didn’t expect it,” said Buck. “I had talked to a few teams after we finished but it just didn’t seem like it was going to work. I got a call Monday morning […]

by Ryersonian Staff· · Hockey, Sports, Top stories
The Rams won four OUA Rookie of the Year awards this season

The year of the Ryerson Ram rookie

By Harlan Nemers With the Rams controlling the puck, rookie Domenic Alberga parked himself in front of Brock’s goaltender Real Cormier. The shot came fired from the point, tipped off the shaft of Alberga’s stick and into the far-side of the net. Scoring the overtime winner in the OUA quarter-finals, the 21-year-old Alberga had just given the Rams a 1-0 […]

by Harlan Nemers· · Rams Athletics, Sports
Ivan Joseph on the strongest soccer team he has ever coached

Ivan Joseph on the strongest soccer team he has ever coached

by Harlan Nemers· · Sports, Videos
Wise won the OUA West Coach of the Year for the second time coaching the Rams.

Rams recognized with four individual honours

The awards just keep on coming for the Ryerson Rams. Graham Wise won OUA West Coach of the Year and Domenic Alberga won Rookie of the Year as the Ryerson men’s hockey team won two additional honours, Ryerson Athletics announced Wednesday. “It felt pretty good to know that I had accomplished something that I didn’t think I could accomplish, so […]

by Harlan Nemers· · Hockey, Sports
Members of the Ryerson Rams men's soccer team run past a cheering crowd of fans following Alex Braletic's 90th-minute game-tying goal at Birthmount Stadium in Toronto on October 27 2013. (Ryerson Rams /Winston Chow)

Ryerson’s successful athletic season comes to a close

When the final whistle sounded, Christian Maraldo just sat on the pitch. “After a few seconds, it settled in that we finally made it to nationals,” said the Ryerson Rams goalkeeper. “It was like an emotional masterpiece watching people hugging, people crying, people high-fiving, people tackling each other and hugs all around.” With a sense of accomplishment and relief, the […]

by Harlan Nemers· · Soccer, Sports
Adika Peter-McNeilly, Jahmal Jones and Jean-Victor Mukama stand next to the Wilson Cup.
(Harlan Nemers/ The Ryersonian)

Rams win three major OUA East individual awards

Three Ryerson Rams men’s basketball players won individual honours at the annual Ontario University Athletics (OUA) awards breakfast on Friday at the Mattamy Athletic Centre. Point guard Jahmal Jones earned his second OUA East first-team all-star selection after averaging career-highs in points (19.1) and assists (5.0) per game. “I’m not really proud of myself because after four years, I have only […]

by Harlan Nemers· · Basketball, On Campus, Sports
The Rams season came to a halting end after losing in a blowout fashion to Lakhead.
(Ryersonian staff photo)

Rams’ season ends with blowout loss to Lakehead

  The Ryerson Rams men’s hockey team was eliminated from the post-season in a 5-1 loss to the Lakehead Thunderwolves Friday night at Fort Williams Gardens. The Rams cut the deficit as close to 2-1 midway through the second period on a Jamie Wise deflection but three answered Lakehead goals could not be overcome. Graduating members Andrew Buck and Dustin […]

by Harlan Nemers· · Hockey, Sports
Ryerson Rams men's hockey team loses game one to Lakehead Thunderwolves.

Lakehead crushes Ryerson in Game One of OUA West Division semifinals

  The Ryerson men’s hockey team lost game one of the OUA West semi-final playoffs 7-0 to the Lakehead Thunderwolves Wednesday night at the Mattamy Athletic Centre. Cody Alcock scored four goals and both Carson Dubchak and Mike Hammond added a goal and an assist for Lakehead, who are a win away from eliminating the Rams from the post-season. “I think they […]

by Harlan Nemers· · Hockey, Sports