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Ryerson men's basketball team guard, Roshane Roberts, breaks past two York players during their game on Feb. 1, 2017 at the Mattamy Athletic Centre in Toronto. Ryerson won the game 79-53.

In photos: Ryerson men’s basketball takes on York

The Ryersonian’s Andrea Vacl was courtside for the men’s 79-53 win over the York Lions last night. Check out her photo gallery.

by Andrea Vacl· · Sports
Ryerson's C'airah Gabriel-Robinson fights for a loose ball during yesterday 91-75 win in St Catharines. (Tagwa Moyo/Ryersonian)

In Photos: Ryerson’s weekend basketball games versus Brock

Last night’s Ryerson basketball games against the Brock Badgers in St. Catharines, Ont. in pictures.

by Thabo Moyo· · Basketball, Sports
A lot of people believe that feminism is only for women, but it's also for men. (Ryersonian Archive)

What does feminism mean?

Feminism’s a word that a vast majority of people don’t fully understand. Until recently, I didn’t completely understand it either. This is partly because in the media, most movies and TV shows never give a definition. Equality shown in media In the TV shows and movies that I watched growing up, most of the characters I saw were shown in […]

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Rye grad creates makeup line for men

Waking up with a face full of acne on the day of prom can be a nightmare for some high school students, but for Andrew Grella it was the inspiration behind forming his company. “I went to my mom and she said, ‘Let me put some makeup on you,’ and I said she was crazy,” Grella said. “So I left […]

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Ryerson men’s basketball team was ranked No. 1, won bronze at nationals

The Ryerson men’s basketball team ended a record-setting year with a bronze medal at the Canadian Interuniversity Sport (CIS) tournament in Vancouver last weekend. While the team didn’t meet its goal of winning a gold medal, it is still optimistic about what its finish means for the future of basketball at Ryerson. “It was a crazy ride,” said Rams guard […]

JV Mukama tries to split the Dalhousie University defence during the bronze-medal CIS game on March 20. (courtesy Alex D'Addese, Rams Athletics)

Rams men’s basketball team repeats with national bronze

Rams beat Dalhousie University in the consolation bronze medal game.

Rams Aaron Best (12) drives on Dinos Thomas Cooper (2) in CIS semifinal. (Courtesy Alex D'Addesse/Rams Athletics)

LIVE BLOG: Ryerson men take on Dalhousie Tigers in CIS bronze medal game

VANCOUVER – The Ryerson men’s basketball team will take on the Dalhousie Tigers tonight at 5 p.m. EST in a fight for the Canadian Interuniversity Sport (CIS) bronze medal. Follow The Ryersonian’s live blog below for exclusive interviews, in-depth coverage and much more!  

Ammanuel Diressa avoids Dino Jasdeep Gill.  (courtesy Alex D'Addese Rams Athletics)

Ryerson men’s basketball playing for national bronze against Dalhousie

The Rams play in the consolation bronze medal game at 5 p.m. EST. against Dalhousie University. Rams coach Patrick Tatham said the magic ran out against the Calgary Dinos.

The Ryerson Rams will advance to the gold medal game with a win against Calgary Saturday night. (Courtesy Jeremy Johnson-Silvers)

Preview: Ryerson faces University of Calgary in CIS Final 8 semifinals

VANCOUVER – The Ryerson Rams will focus on a brighter start Saturday night when they square up against the University of Calgary Dinos in the Canadian Interuniversity Sport (CIS) Final 8 semifinals. The fourth-seeded Dinos were the winners of the Canada West division. They beat McGill University on Thursday to advance to the semifinal game against the Rams. Led by Thomas […]

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Ryerson men win CIS Game 1 in OT thriller

VANCOUVER – The Ryerson men’s basketball team has advanced to the semifinal round at the Canadian Interuniversity Sport (CIS) championships after defeating the University of British Columbia (UBC) Thunderbirds 109-101 in overtime on Thursday night. Led by guard Adika Peter-McNeilly’s 25 points, the Rams were able to withstand the hostile environment that the UBC fans created in the game. JV […]

(Courtesy Bryan Meler)

Men’s CIS preview: Most coaches still pick Carleton to win nationals

The Rams are ranked No. 1 heading to the national championships at UBC, so why are most coaches still picking Carleton University to win it all again?

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LIVE BLOG: Men’s CIS Basketball Championships Game 1

The Ryerson Rams face off against the UBC Thunderbirds in the quarter-final game of the CIS Men’s Basketball Championship in Vancouver, B.C. at 11 p.m. EST on March 17. The Thunderbirds are seeded eighth and the Rams are seeded first in the tournament. Winner will head to the semifinals on Saturday March 19.    

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Ryerson men’s basketball team wins first OUA Wilson Cup

  The Ryerson men’s basketball team won its first OUA Wilson Cup, with a 73-68 victory over the Carleton Ravens. Aaron Best led the way with 21 points, as the Rams made a comeback from a 13-point deficit they faced at halftime. Ryerson won the second half 46-28, by only allowing Carleton to convert on 24.3 per cent of their […]

by Bryan Meler· · Basketball, CIS Final 8, Sports
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Men’s volleyball bows out to Laval in maiden CIS tournament

The Ryerson men’s volleyball team was eliminated from the Canadian Interuniversity Sport (CIS) Championships after a tight 3-2 loss to Laval University. It was the first visit to the CIS playoffs from the Rams, who took the first game in the match. A second set slip by the Ryerson, leading 23-20, was pivotal. “We let things get away from us […]

by Nicholas Raponi· · Sports, Volleyball
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Rams lose CIS opener to Trinity Western in a four set thriller

The Ryerson men’s volleyball team lost its opening game against Trinity Western Friday at the Canadian Interuniversity Sport (CIS) National Championship in four sets. It was the team’s first appearance in school history. The loss comes just a few days after the team won the silver medal in the Ontario University Athletics (OUA) playoffs. Eleven teams competed in the tournament.  Ryerson dropped […]

by Nicholas Raponi· · Sports, Volleyball
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Weekend Recap: Men’s and women’s basketball advance to Final Four

Sports editor Nick Raponi fills you in on what you missed this weekend.

by Nicholas Raponi· · Sports, Sports, Videos
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Rams steam roll Thunderwolves; advance to OUA semifinals

By David Morassutti Ryerson’s men’s basketball team defeated the Lakehead Thunderwolves Saturday night by a score of 93-71  at the Mattamy Athletic Centre (MAC) to advance to the Ontario University Athletics (OUA) semifinals. Adika Peter-McNeilly and Ammanuel Diressa led the way with 19 points each. Ryerson got off to a slow start to the game with Lakehead outscoring the Rams […]

by Ryersonian Staff· · Basketball, Sports
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McMaster takes down Rams in OUA final

The McMaster Marauders defeated the Ryerson men’s volleyball team in three straight sets in Friday night’s Ontario University Athletics  final. While Ryerson was not able to bring the gold medals back home to Toronto, the team still greatly overachieved on the season, winning silver and cementing itself a berth in the Canadian Interuniversity Sport (CIS) National Championships next weekend in Hamilton […]

by Nicholas Raponi· · News
A sketch in a men's washroom in Kerr Hall

Female vandals more polite than men: bathroom graffiti at Ryerson

The Ryersonian sent a team of reporters to conduct statistical analysis on dozens of the university’s 524 washrooms. The results revealed striking disparities between male and female vandals, as well as between the university’s departments.

The Match-Up: Men’s Versus Women’s Basketball

The Match-Up: Men’s Versus Women’s Basketball

Link Test Some female athletes at Ryerson feel they do not receive the amount of support and attention they deserve. Ryerson’s athletic department says extra marketing and “banners of distinction” require excellence on the part of the team. The following infographic compares the men’s and women’s basketball team season stats.     Stats provided by OUA.ca To read our initial feature on the […]

by Monique Hutson· · Basketball, News, On Campus, Sports
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Ryerson Rams team-by-team 2014-15 first semester recap

Ryerson athletics has made tremendous strides the past few years, and that has only been highlighted by stong performances this year. Here’s a look at each team’s first semester heading into the holiday break. Men’s Soccer The Ryerson Rams men’s soccer team did not end its season like they would have hoped. However, the men did make some noise in […]

by Ryan Skilton· · Sports
Fancy Bebamikawe and Brandi Richards wrestle together at the City Adult Learning Centre on Danforth. Both are students at Ryerson University and members of the newly formed Ryerson Wrestling team. (Alexis Allison / Ryersonian Staff)

Local wrestling program makes Ryerson wrestling team a reality

For the first time since 1987, Ryerson University has a wrestling team. But it’s an outside program called Team Impact Wrestling behind the new venture, not Ryerson’s in-house athletics department. As one of the only national developmental training programs recognized by Canada Wrestling, Team Impact brings with it a wealth of experienced coaches and wrestling mentors. They pitched the team […]

by Alexis Allison· · Sports, Wrestling
Aaron Best shattered the glass with a pregame dunk which postponed the game against Laurentian No. 21 2014.

Aaron Best shatters glass, postpones men’s game; women dominate Laurentian

With the teams ranked in the national top 10 together for the first time, it was a double-header that might have showcased how far the school’s basketball program had come. Dismantling was the word of the night. The women’s basketball team took apart the Voyageurs 79-42. And the men’s team? Well it only managed to dismantle the backboard. To the crowd’s disappointment, the guys match […]

by Dominik Luszczyszyn· · Basketball, Sports
LIVE BLOG: Ryerson Rams vs. Laurentian Voyageurs basketball

LIVE BLOG: Ryerson Rams vs. Laurentian Voyageurs basketball

by Ryan Skilton· · Basketball, Live Blog, Sports
Rams' Anagnostopoulos, Adam sets up Reardon, Marc for the spike in a game against the McMaster Marauders Wednesday, November 19, 2014. (Rebecka Calderwood / Ryersonian Staff)

Rams men’s volleyball team falls to Marauders; women’s team sweeps defending OUA champs

It was a tale of Jekyll and Hyde for the Ryerson Rams volleyball teams in Wednesday night’s double-headers against the McMaster Marauders at the Mattamy Athletic Centre. The men’s team lost in straight sets, while the women’s team did just the opposite, winning their match 25-19, 27-25, 25-23 against the defending Ontario University Athletics champion Marauders. The women kicked off the night in style. […]

by Ryan Skilton· · Sports, Volleyball
Rams Kadeem Green attempts a three-pointer  late in the third quarter. (Ryan Skilton / Ryersonian Staff)

Ryerson Rams split double-header against Windsor Lancers

By Kabeer Sethi and Ryan Skilton The Ryerson Rams treated their home fans to some hard-fought basketball Saturday night. Winning streaks were on the line for all the teams as Ryerson faced off against the Windsor Lancers in a men’s and women’s double-header. The men dominated the No. 4 ranked Lancers with a 98-78 victory, while the women’s game went […]

by Ryersonian Staff· · Basketball, Sports
A prestige class was in attendance to promote the Final 8 men's basketball championship Ryerson will be hosting in March. (Ryan McKenna / Ryersonian Staff)

Rams kick off CIS Men’s Basketball Final 8 Championship ticket sales

“Why do we have to wait 119 days until March 12?” That was the question that two-time National Basketball Association NBA champion Bill Walton asked those in attendance at Thursday’s ticket launch for the 2015 Canadian Interuniversity Sport men’s basketball Final 8 tournament. Walton was at the Mattamy Athletic Centre to help promote the event that Ryerson University will host […]

by Ryan McKenna· · Basketball, Sports
Rams' Aaron Best goes up for two of his 30 points on the night Nov. 15, 2014. (Ryan Skilton / Ryersonian Staff)

Aaron knows Best as Rams men’s basketball rout Lancers; women fall just short in thriller

By Kabeer Sethi and Ryan Skilton The Ryerson Rams treated their home fans to some hard-fought basketball Saturday night. Winning streaks were on the line for all the teams as Ryerson faced off against the Windsor Lancers in a men’s and women’s double-header. The men dominated the No. 4 ranked Lancers with a 98-78 victory while the women’s game went down […]

by Ryersonian Staff· · Basketball, Sports
Troy Passingham made 50 saves on 52 shots to help the Rams defeats the Golden Gaels Friday, Nov. 14, 2014. Courtesy Alex D'Addese

Troy Passingham helps Rams to win over Golden Gaels

Queen’s University fired 52 shots at Ryerson goaltender Troy Passingham, but it wasn’t enough as the Rams squeaked out a 3-2 victory over the Golden Gaels Friday night. Both netminders saw a lot of rubber, but stood tall throughout the match. Passingham made a career-high 50 saves for the win, while Gaels goaltender Kevin Bailie had an impressive game of his own, […]

by Ryan Skilton· · Hockey, Sports
Jean-Victor Mukama attempts a shot from three-point range in a game at the Mattamy Athletic Centre Nov. 13, 2014. (Alexis Allison / Ryersonian Staff)

Rams men’s basketball team trounces Mustangs in home opener, improves to 3-0

The Ryerson Rams men’s basketball team moved to 3-0 on Wednesday night, defeating the Western Mustangs 81-47 at the Mattamy Athletic Centre for its home opener. The Rams did it in front of a packed crowd that included a few familiar faces. Greivis Vasquez of the Toronto Raptors attended the game, as did former Raptors general manager Bryan Colangelo and two-time NBA champion […]

by Steven Tzemis· · Basketball, Sports
Dress code becomes staple for Ryerson Rams hockey

Dress code becomes staple for Ryerson Rams hockey

It’s a little known fact that the Mattamy Athletic Centre turns into a runway of sorts before every Ryerson Rams men’s hockey team home game. First there’s coach Graham Wise, looking all business in his suit and tie as he arrives and heads beyond the great divide of doors between the outside world and the locker-rooms. Next there’s a mob […]

by Samantha Sobolewski· · Hockey, Sports
Ryerson Rams basketball teams look to remain undefeated in home openers against Western Mustangs

Ryerson Rams basketball teams look to remain undefeated in home openers against Western Mustangs

The Ryerson Rams basketball teams play their home openers Wednesday amidst a very successful start to their regular seasons. Both the men’s and women’s teams will take on the Western Mustangs at the Mattamy Athletic Centre. The Mustangs are going to have their hands full playing on the road against Ryerson The men’s team is 2-0 on the year, defeating […]

by Steven Tzemis· · Basketball, Sports
Rams Insider: Expectations at all-time high for Rams basketball

Rams Insider: Expectations at all-time high for Rams basketball

This is a big year for Ryerson Rams basketball. Between hosting the Canadian Interuniversity Sport men’s Final 8 championship in March and a fresh recruiting class on the women’s side, it’s an exciting year for Rams fans. Both teams opened up their seasons by beating Waterloo and Laurier last week, with the men dominating in both games. Led by head […]

by Ryan McKenna· · Basketball, Sports
Live Blog: Ryerson Rams vs. Windsor Lancers men’s hockey

Live Blog: Ryerson Rams vs. Windsor Lancers men’s hockey

by Kabeer Sethi· · Hockey, Sports
Rams Basketball Demolishes Waterloo Warriors in Season Openers

Rams Basketball Demolishes Waterloo Warriors in Season Openers

Ryerson’s men’s and women’s basketball teams opened up their regular seasons Wednesday night in Waterloo. Both teams came away victorious, carrying over their success from the pre-season. The women played first and laid the hammer on the Waterloo Warriors. Three minutes into the game, the Rams led 10-3 and never looked back. Heading into halftime, their lead had expanded to […]

by Steven Tzemis· · Basketball, Sports
The Rams scramble for the ball during a game against UOIT Sunday, October 26th, 2014. (Lindsay Fitzgerald / Ryersonian Staff)

Rams Insider: Coaching staff is the staple to Rams men’s soccer success

I remember a pre-season conversation in late August while I was working as a summer student with the Rams. It was with associate coach of the Ryerson men’s soccer team, Filip Prostran. I asked Fil, as he is known by many, about how his team looked ahead of the season. Fil shook his head and simply said, “not good.” There […]

by Ryan McKenna· · Soccer, Sports
Nicholas Vecchi puts home the winner in the shootout as the McMaster Marauders defeat the Ryerson Rams, 1-0. Nitish

Heartbreak for Ryerson Rams as they fall to McMaster Marauders

Ryerson’s soccer team lost to the McMaster Marauders 5-3 on penalties at the Ron Joyce Stadium Saturday night, ending the Ram’s season in the semi finals. The game started off well for the Rams, who dominated in the opening minutes of the first half, putting pressure on the Marauders and preventing them from getting past their own half. It didn’t take […]

by Nitish Bissonauth· · Soccer, Sports
Ice flies as Western goalie Greg Dodds makes a save. (Samantha Sobolewski/The Ryersonian)

Goalie Troy Passingham leads Ryerson Rams to first win over Western Mustangs in five years

Despite being plagued by penalties throughout the second period, the Ryerson Rams men’s hockey team defeated the Western Mustangs 2-1 on Saturday, marking the Rams’ first victory against the Mustangs in five years. The win evened up the series for the Rams, who lost 3-4 to the Ontario University Athletics fifth-ranked Mustangs when the teams last met on Oct. 16, led […]

by Samantha Sobolewski· · Hockey, Sports, Top stories
Live Blog: Ryerson Rams vs. McMaster Marauders OUA men’s soccer semi-finals

Live Blog: Ryerson Rams vs. McMaster Marauders OUA men’s soccer semi-finals

by Ryan Skilton· · Soccer, Sports
Ryerson Rams defender Cedric Wong winds up for a kick in a game against the UOIT Ridgebacks Sunday, October 26th, 2014. (Lindsay Fitzgerald / Ryersonian Staff)

Ryerson Rams face tough test against McMaster Marauders in men’s OUA soccer semi-finals

The Ryerson Rams men’s soccer team will be looking to spoil the party as it takes on the McMaster Marauders on enemy territory in the Ontario University Athletics semi-finals Saturday. The Rams are coming off a convincing 2-0 win against the UOIT Ridgebacks in the quarter-finals last weekend. Associate coach Filip Prostran was pleased with his team’s stingy performance, and said […]

by Ryan Skilton· · Soccer, Sports
Ammaneul Diressa commits to Ryerson University. (Credit: dsybbliss YouTube)

Ryerson Rams basketball announces new recruit

The Ryerson Rams men’s basketball team announced the recruitment of Ammanuel Diressa over Twitter on Tuesday. Head coach Roy Rana announced the news on his personal account. Honored 6’4 Guard via NCAA Tennessee Tech and Eastern Commerce alum Manny Diressa has committed to our @ryersonmbb program. #WeROne — Roy Rana (@Roy_Rana) October 28, 2014 Diressa, 21, played with the NCAA’s […]

by Ryan McKenna· · Basketball, Sports
Head coach Graham Wise addressing the men’s team during a Monday afternoon practice at the Mattamy Athletic Centre. (David Chen / Ryersonian Staff)

Ryerson Rams by the numbers

The Ryerson Rams men’s hockey team has started using an app to track some advanced stats for the team. Like the National Hockey League’s new statistical revolution, most of the stats the Rams are now tracking aren’t even advanced – some of them are actually standard NHL stats not tracked by Canadian Interuniversity Sport (CIS) – but they paint a […]

by Dominik Luszczyszyn· · Hockey, Sports
The men's basketball team has high expectations heading into 2014-15 season. (Ryersonian file photo)

Hosting CIS championship will highlight men’s season

For the first time in school history, the Ryerson Rams men’s basketball team will be looking to win a national championship on home soil. Ryerson University is hosting the Canadian Interuniversity Sports Final 8, a prestigious event that sees eight elite teams compete for a national title. As hosts, the Rams are guaranteed a spot in the tournament, and with […]

by Pierce O'Leary· · Basketball, Sports
Analytics find place in CIS

Analytics find place in CIS

A few months ago, Liam Houlahan, a second-year computer science student at the University of New Brunswick, approached UNB hockey head coach Gardiner MacDougall with the idea to join the team in a statistical role. “His dad has done some work with some pro teams. He’s out of the Ottawa area, and asked us last spring if we would be […]

by Ryan McKenna· · Hockey, Sports
Steve Tzemis / Ryersonian Staff

Men’s hockey team follows trend, begins collecting advanced statistics

Advanced hockey stats took the National Hockey League by storm this past summer, with almost every team taking notice of the sport’s fancy new numbers. But it’s not just NHL teams beefing up their stats department – the Ryerson Rams men’s hockey team took notice too. At the start of this season, the team began using a new iPad app […]

by Dominik Luszczyszyn· · Hockey, Sports
Lindsay Fitzgerald / Ryersonian Staff

Defence propels Ryerson Rams to quarter-finals victory over UOIT Ridgebacks

The Ryerson Rams men’s soccer team shut out the UOIT Ridgebacks 2-0 Sunday in the Ontario University Athletics quarter-finals in what was one of its best defensive performances of the year. The Rams got off to a quick start, as fourth-year mid-fielder Martin Dabrowksi beat Ridgebacks goalkeeper Travis Martin to give Ryerson a 1-0 lead at the 16-minute mark. The men didn’t […]

by Ryan Skilton· · Soccer, Sports
Ryerson Nursing Professor Sepali Guruge is the head researcher of the mental illness stigma project that recieved a $3 million grant from the Movember Foundation.

Mo’ money: Ryerson nets $3-million Movember Foundation grant

The month of the moustache is days away,  but Ryerson is already reaping the benefits of the fundraising that goes along with it. The Movember Foundation awarded Ryerson a $3-million grant  on Wednesday that will help fund research that aims to reduce the stigma surrounding mental illness in the Asian community. “This is one of the largest research grants Ryerson […]

by Hayley Brauer· · News, On Campus

Ryerson men’s soccer team made history

by Nicole Servinis· · Soccer, Sports
Ryerson men's basketball team 2013 on the road to Kingston

On the road with the Rams

The road to victory is just as significant for Ryerson’s men’s basketball team as the conquest itself. The Rams dominated the court last weekend during the Queen’s Invitational Tournament and won all three of their games, but court time accounts for only a small fraction of their road trip. The team piled into a medium sized charter bus at 8 […]

by Kim Brown· · Basketball, Sports