Post Tagged with: "women’s hockey"

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Q&A with women’s hockey captain Jessica Hartwick

Last week, we heard from her friends and teammates on her career as captain and a Day 1 member of the team.
Here’s what Hartwick had to say about her experience on the team.

by Adetayo Bero· · Sports
Palak Mangat/ Ryersonian Staff

Hockey captain starts final year with team

Jessica Hartwick has been instrumental in the growth of the women’s hockey team since the day it began.

by Ryersonian Staff· · Sports
Experience trumps athlete career development

Experience trumps athlete career development

Why Ryerson Athletics isn’t about to adopt an NCAA career-athletics model.

by Jordan Mady· · Hockey, Rams Athletics, Soccer, Sports
The Rams lost to he Guelph Gryphons last night.  Emma Rutherford scored Ryerson's only goal.

Rams Drop Home Opener to Gryphons

  The Ryerson Rams women’s hockey team lost 3-1 to the Guelph Gryphons last night at the Mattamy Athletic Centre. The Rams outshot their opponent 38-31 and had quality scoring chances, but just couldn’t get the puck past Gryphons goaltender Stephanie Nehring. The first period ended in a 1-1 tie, with both sides exchanging quick goals. Guelph’s Jessica Pinkerton scored […]

by Stefan Morrone· · Hockey, Sports
Ryerson celebrates hockey coach’s victory in Sochi

Ryerson celebrates hockey coach’s victory in Sochi

[View the story “Ryerson celebrates Lisa Haley’s victory” on Storify]

by Leena Latafat· · Hockey, Sports
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Rams coach returns from Sochi with gold

Fifty-six minutes into the game, Team Canada’s women’s hockey team didn’t seem to stand a chance against Team U.S.A. Lisa Haley, the team’s assistant coach, was there for it all: the score that broke the tie, the deafening cheers as the tables turned and the goal that won the gold medal for Canada. “Trying to find the right adjective is […]

Olympic pride hits close to Ryerson

Olympic pride hits close to Ryerson

The Canadian men’s hockey game may have grabbed national attention on Sunday morning, but the real thriller took place three days earlier. The Canadian women’s team beat the U.S., its bitter rival in a historically two-horse tournament, to win gold. While it was a game to make all Canadians proud, that pride is felt strongly here at Ryerson. At head […]

by Ryersonian Staff· · Editorial, Opinion
The Ryersonian Weekly Wrap: Episode 8

The Ryersonian Weekly Wrap: Episode 8

We bring you a weekly wrap-up of Canadian campus news produced by senior students in the School of Journalism in Toronto, Canada. It features weekly news from, and from the Canadian University Press. Here are the stories mentioned in this week’s podcast: Mayor Ford admits during city council meeting to buying illegal drugs. LIVE: Anti Rob Ford protest […]

Cassandra McNichol (left), Alex Armstrong (centre) and Emma Crawley have a friendly competition for the Rams' No. 1 job. (Dan Berlin/Ryersonian Staff)

Goalie trio backstops Rams to respectability

Goaltenders are arguably the most important part of a hockey team. They’re the last line of defence and can single-handedly carry a team to glory. This responsibility makes the choice of whom to put between the pipes a long and difficult one. Just look at the Leafs: Jonathan Bernier and James Reimer have been battling for a spot all season […]

by Greg DeClara· · Hockey, Sports
Coach Lisa Haley talks women’s hockey

Coach Lisa Haley talks women’s hockey

As a young kid, Lisa Haley found herself playing road hockey in the backyard with her two older brothers, describing it as a natural fit for her. The Ryerson Rams’ first women’s hockey coach has come a long way from those days. She’s leaving Ryerson University for Sochi, Russia, where she will be the assistant coach for the Canadian national […]

by Ryersonian Staff· · Hockey, RyersonianTV, Sports, Webcasts
Ryerson Rams women's hockey team, 2013

Skating into the season with a new strategy

  Last year’s Ryerson Rams women’s hockey coach is heading to Sochi for the year, but her replacement, interim coach Pierre Alain, plans on bringing the Sochi style to her team while she’s away. Alain, a coach who brings 27 years of experience to the team along with a couple gold medals with Canada’s national women’s teams, is hoping to […]

by Hayley Morrison· · Hockey, Sports, Uncategorized