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Ryerson Men’s Basketball lose OUA finals to undefeated Carleton Ravens

Ryerson Men’s Basketball lose OUA finals to undefeated Carleton Ravens

  The Ryerson Rams men’s basketball team fell 84-58 against the Carleton Ravens in Ottawa Saturday, unable to clinch a third straight OUA Wilson Cup championship victory. After back-to-back championship wins against the Ravens in 2016 and 2017, Carleton’s defence held off the Rams to win the provincial playoffs. The season’s undefeated Ravens started the game hot, going on a […]

by Nicholas Dunne· · Basketball, Sports
Rams defeat Western Mustangs with last-minute winner

Rams defeat Western Mustangs with last-minute winner

The Rams men’s hockey team won its opening playoff game against the Western Mustangs on home ice Wednesday night. In front of a small crowd of about 120 people at Mattamy Athletic Centre, the Rams used a hard-fought third period to defeat the Mustangs 4-2 in the first game of a best of three series. A penalty to Mustangs captain Jonathan Laser […]

by Anders Marshall· · Hockey, Rams Athletics, Sports
The head coach of the Ryerson men’s soccer team Filip Prostran. (Photo by Alex D’Addese)

Five minutes with Filip Prostran, head coach of the men’s soccer team

We caught up with Filip Prostran, the head coach of the Ryerson men’s soccer team, to talk about the loss against York, staying positive and saying goodbye to senior players.

by Heather Stewart· · Soccer, Sports
Ryerson men’s soccer midfielder Misel Klisara scored the winning penalty kick to secure the Rams' advancement to the Ontario University Athletic’s semifinals. (Photo by Alex D’Addese)

Men’s soccer advance to OUA Final Four

The Ryerson men’s soccer team defeated the University of Toronto Varsity Blues in a penalty shootout on Sunday to advance to the Ontario University Athletics (OUA) final four.

by Brenda Molina-Navidad· · Sports
TORONTO, ON - Aug 29, 2015 : Ontario University Athletics Soccer Game Action between Ryerson Rams and University of Toronto Varsity Blues. Praveen Ahilan #1 of Ryerson Rams leaps high and pushes the ball over the ball out of play. (Courtesy Alex D'Addese/Ryerson Rams Athletics)

Rye bolsters eligibility checks for athletics

Ryerson Athletics is reviewing its grade monitoring process among student athletes after the men’s soccer team was penalized for academic ineligibility by the Ontario University Athletics and U Sports.

An unnamed player failed to meet academic requirements back in September, forcing the team to forfeit its first six games. Had the wins stood, the team would have been in fourth place overall in the country.

by Ryersonian Staff· · News, On Campus, Sports
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