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.
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.
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.
When you think of women’s curling, Ryerson may not be the first university that comes to mind.
But last year, playing in just its second season, the team surprised the competition by winning the silver medal in the OUA provincial championships.
The Ryerson Rams men’s hockey team overcame a roller-coaster pre-season game against the McGill Varsity Reds on Saturday, taking the 4-3 win at the Mastercard Centre.
The first period started slowly as both teams took about eight minutes to get their feet underneath them, but all that changed after an offsetting pair of roughing penalties were called following a post-whistle skirmish. The rough-and-tumble first period ended scoreless, with McGill on their second power play to start the second frame.