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No longer on the sidelines

No longer on the sidelines

For Harrison Browne, wearing number 24 for the Buffalo Beauts and having his chosen identity recognized was an uplifting moment.

by Brenda Molina-Navidad· · 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
Jake Thielen, a development curling team player, slides out of the hack at the Mattamy Athletic Centre at the Ryerson Rams Challenge Cup April 15. (Photo by Alex D'Addese)

Ryerson expands curling program to include development team

Growing interest in men’s and  women’s curling at Ryerson has paved the way for the program’s first development squad.

Head coach Perry Marshall said that having an established program and presence in the Ryerson athletic department brings community awareness to the sport.

by Max Ciarmela· · Sports
Robyn Buttigieg, one of the leaders of Ryerson’s climbing club, places her feet on a difficult climbing route. (Photo by Sal Farooqui)

Ryerson sports go vertical with new rock climbing club

Cameron Lawrence clings onto a wall by the tips of his fingers, nearly upside down. He crouches down and prepares to use his legs to explode upwards to grab a finger hold about a metre above his head.

With a grunt, he leaps into the air and slaps the handhold above him, but he is not quite able to grab onto it, and he crashes down on the padded floor. Standing up, he covers his hands in a helping of chalk to dry up the sweat on his fingers and tries again. Then, hits the ground again. And over and over again, more than a dozen times.

by Ryersonian Staff· · On Campus, Sports
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