Ailish Forfar is no stranger to college hockey. After spending four years with the NCAA’s Dartmouth College Big Green, Forfar has returned home to Canada, where she’ll play with the Ryerson Rams women’s hockey team this season. While she’s only been playing at Ryerson for a few weeks, Forfar has already noticed some differences between NCAA and Canadian Interuniversity Sport […]
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The Ryerson women’s hockey team only managed to get one point in Thursday’s game, losing 2-1 to the Laurier Golden Hawks in overtime.
Whether she’s lacing up before hitting the ice or throwing on cleats before jogging to the field, it doesn’t make a difference for Rams hockey goalie Alex “Army” Armstrong. Athletes are here to win and Armstrong is ready to do just that — no matter the attire. Riddled with injuries, the soccer team was in a pinch to find a keeper […]
Ryerson’s Lisa Haley was named head coach of Team Canada’s U-18 women’s team in June. The world championship tournament runs from Jan. 8 to Jan. 15 in St. Catharines, Ont.
There was tons of excitment and flair at the 2013-2014 Ryerson Rams Athletics Awards Monday night at the jam-packed Toronto Marriott Downtown Eaton Centre Hotel. Capturing the evening’s two major awards were women’s volleyball outside hitter Veronica Livingston, who won the H.H. Kerr Female Athlete of the Year Award, and men’s soccer midfielder Alex Braletic, who took home the Ryersonian […]
Fifty-six minutes into the game, Team Canada’s women’s hockey team didn’t seem to stand a chance against Team U.S.A. Lisa Haley, the team’s assistant coach, was there for it all: the score that broke the tie, the deafening cheers as the tables turned and the goal that won the gold medal for Canada. “Trying to find the right adjective is […]
As a young kid, Lisa Haley found herself playing road hockey in the backyard with her two older brothers, describing it as a natural fit for her. The Ryerson Rams’ first women’s hockey coach has come a long way from those days. She’s leaving Ryerson University for Sochi, Russia, where she will be the assistant coach for the Canadian national […]