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Photo of: Ryerson men's soccer team playing at Allan A. Lamport Stadium in Toronto 

Ryerson’s five-year search for a closer soccer field continues

Ivan Joseph, Ryerson’s director of athletics and coach of the women’s soccer team, said that finding a new home for Ryerson soccer has remained a priority for the school.

“We’re always looking at partnerships and opportunities that come our way,” Joseph said.

by Daniel Marino· · Soccer, 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
Nick Lambis sets the record for most goals in a single career for Ryerson men’s soccer. (Heather Stewart)

Men’s soccer: Nick Lambis scores big setting a record for most goals

Fifth-year student Nick Lambis has set a new record for most goals scored in Ryerson men’s soccer history.

Since his first year on the team in 2013, Lambis has scored 34 times.

by Heather Stewart· · Soccer, Sports
Ryerson men’s soccer team faced York University for the semifinals of the OUA Final Four on Nov. 3. (Photo by Brenda Molina-Navidad)

Rams soccer lose to York in semifinal shootout, earn bronze medal

It only took six minutes to change the game for the Ryerson men’s soccer team.

Ryerson Rams’ Raheem Rose scored against York University in the 23rd minute of the Ontario University Athletics (OUA) final four matchup on Nov. 3.

by Brenda Molina-Navidad· · 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
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