#TheJourneyTo... Road to Nationals documentary series produced by third year RTA School of Media students Justin Naro and Zack Underhill has been named a finalist for the SVG Outstanding Program Series, Collegiate Student category.
Second year Jama Bin-Edward and graduating fifth year Cara Tiemens have been selected to play in the 12th annual OUA Women's Basketball All-Star Showcase game taking place this weekend at York.
#TheJourneyTo..., a student produced documentary series follows the Ryerson University women's basketball team as they prepare to host the U SPORTS Final 8 national championship at Ryerson University this March.
The no. 8 Ryerson Rams battled their way to a dominant 91-67 win over the no. 6 Acadia Axewomen in the consolation final to close out their U SPORTS Final 8 campaign on Sunday afternoon at the Mattamy Athletic Centre in Toronto.
The No. 8 Ryerson Rams defeated the No. 5 Regina Cougars 63-45 on Friday night to advance to the U SPORTS Women's Basketball Consolation Finals.
The no. 8 Ryerson Rams fell victim to the dominant ways of the no. 1 Laval Rouge et Or on Friday night in the U SPORTS quarter-final, dropping a 73-51 contest in front of a packed crowd at Ryerson's Mattamy Athletic Centre.
The No. 8 Ryerson Rams will look to upset the No. 1 Laval Rouge et Or in their first game of the 2019 U SPORTS Final 8 tournament, facing off in the national quarter-final on Thursday in Toronto.
The Ryerson Rams will take on the top-seeded Laval Rouge et Or to open the national championship on Thursday, March 7 at 6:00 p.m. at the Mattamy Athletic Centre.
U SPORTS is pleased to announce COMDA.COM as the presenting sponsor of the 2019 U SPORTS Women's Basketball Final 8.
Fifth year forward Sofia Paska closes her illustrious career as a second-team all-star while second year guard Jama Bin-Edward earns the first conference honours of her career.
The Ryerson Rams have officially been eliminated from the Critelli Cup playoffs after dropping a 74-49 contest on the road to the Carleton Ravens on Saturday night in Ottawa.
In a showing of their depth and overall talent, the Ryerson Rams took an 80-45 win over the Laurentian Voyageurs in the first round of the OUA playoffs on Wednesday night at the Mattamy Athletic Centre in Toronto.