Post Tagged with: "men’s basketball"

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.

The Rams solved a 10-year losing streak against the University of Toronto under coach Terry Haggerty.

UPDATED: Rams’ basketball history in a 5-min read

The Ryersonian takes a look a some of the highlights and lowlights from the Rams’ basketball program through the voices of coaches and their players.

by Bryan Meler· · Features, Sports
Ryerson wins bronze at 2015 CIS Final 8 (Courtesy Alex D'Addese)

Ryerson prepared to top 2015 CIS men’s basketball Final 8 if it wins championship bids

Off the heels of hosting the last national championship in men’s basketball, Ryerson has placed bids to land the 2017 and 2018 Canadian Interuniversity Sport (CIS) men’s and women’s basketball tournaments. If successful, the Rams will be the first team to host the tournaments simultaneously.

by Victoria Nguyen· · Basketball, Sports
Interim Men's Basketball Head Coach Patrick Tatham talks with team during a timeout against the Humber Hawks on Aug. 31, 2015. (Alex D'Addese /Ryerson Rams Athletics)

VIDEO: Tatham ready to lead Rams men’s basketball team his way

Patrick Tatham is the interim head coach of the Ryerson Rams men’s basketball team for the 2015-16 season. Victoria Nguyen sat down with him to talk about who he is and what he plans to bring to the Rams in his increased role.

Kadeem Green contributed 12 points for Ryerson at last Saturday's OUA quarter-final game against the Laurier Golden Hawks. (Courtesy of Ryerson Athletics)

Previews for each team playing in the CIS Final 8

#7 RYERSON RAMS The Team: Ryerson will be making its first CIS final eight appearance since the 2011-2012 season. Ryerson spent much of the season ranked third in Canadian Interuniversity Sport (CIS), finishing with a 17-2 regular season record. The Rams suffered back-to-back losses to rivals Ottawa and Carleton in late November, but rebounded with 11 straight wins to close […]

Rams basketball continues to streak in face of impending playoffs

Rams basketball continues to streak in face of impending playoffs

Both Rams basketball teams celebrated senior night with a win over the Queen’s Golden Gaels at the Mattamy Athletic Centre (MAC) on Friday. The women’s team won 72-62, increasing their winning streak to 10 games. The men’s side won 94-67 for its 11th straight victory. It was the final regular season game for both Rams teams before the OUA playoffs. […]

by Alex Lyle· · Basketball, Sports
Jones, Sokoloff lead Rams basketball over Toronto

Jones, Sokoloff lead Rams basketball over Toronto

Both the women’s and men’s Rams basketball teams won by double-digits on Wednesday night against the Toronto Varsity Blues at the Mattamy Athletic Centre (MAC). The women’s team used an impressive fourth quarter to pull away from Toronto for an 85-67 win. It was the 15th conference win for the Rams this season, the most in one season in the […]

by Alex Lyle· · Basketball, Sports
LIVE BLOG: Ryerson Rams vs. Windsor Lancers basketball

LIVE BLOG: Ryerson Rams vs. Windsor Lancers basketball

by Ryersonian Staff· · Basketball, Live Blog, Sports
Ottawa Gee-Gees players celebrate after winning the OUA Wilson Cup at the Mattamy Athletic Centre.
(Harlan Nemers/ The Ryersonian)

Ottawa Gee-Gees stun Carleton to capture OUA Wilson Cup

The second-ranked Ottawa Gee-Gees upset the top-ranked Carleton Ravens 78-77 to win the 2014 OUA Wilson Cup. The thrilling championship battle took place at the Mattamy Athletic Centre on Mar. 1. Ottawa guard Johnny Berhanemeskel knocked down the game winner on a step back jump shot near the foul line with just 0.5 seconds left. The senior guard finished the game […]

by Alex Chippin· · Basketball, On Campus, Sports
Syracuse defeated Ryerson 81-46 in an exhibition game Nov. 5 at the Carrier Dome (Greg DeClara/Ryersonian Staff)

Learning valuable lessons on the road

It was a tale of two trips for the Ryerson Rams sports program. The men’s hockey team excursion to Princeton didn’t end well on the ice, but was even worse off it. The team was suspended seven days for drinking in their hotel rooms. The men’s basketball team also lost on the court, but benefited tremendously as a team when […]

by Michael Duncan· · Basketball, Sports