"Ridgebacks" is the name of the sports teams of the University of Ontario Institute of Technology (UOIT) located in Oshawa, Ontario. They are members of Ontario University Athletics (OUA) and U Sports (formerly known as CIS).
The University of Ontario Institute of Technology was founded in 2002. The UOIT Ridgebacks have been competing in the OUA since 2006 and have been a member of CIS since 2008. The UOIT Ridgebacks hockey team joined the OUA conference in 2007-08.
Click on the links in the “Year/Comp.” column to go to the page for that season.
|2008 OUA||28||6||19||3||60||128||15||MW 4th|
|2009 OUA||28||7||16||5||83||129||19||MW 4th|
|2010 OUA||28||11||15||2||90||119||24||W 8th|
|2010 playoffs||3||1||2||-||?||?||2||W quarters|
|2011 OUA||28||12||12||4||82||100||28||W 7th|
|2011 playoffs||3||1||2||-||?||?||2||W quarters|
|2012 OUA||28||6||21||1||86||138||13||W 9th|
|2013 OUA||28||11||16||1||92||112||23||W 8th|
|2013 playoffs||2||0||2||-||?||?||0||W quarters|
|2014 OUA||28||8||16||4||64||111||20||E 7th|
|2014 playoffs||2||0||2||-||?||?||0||E quarters|
|2015 OUA||26||10||15||1||73||106||21||E 7th|
|2015 playoffs||2||0||2||-||?||?||0||E quarters|
|2016 OUA||28||18||8||2||94||93||38||E 4th|
|2016 playoffs||5||2||3||-||?||?||4||E semis|
|2017 OUA||28||16||11||1||88||83||33||E 7th|
|2017 playoffs||3||1||2||-||8||8||2||E quarters|
|2018 OUA||28||15||9||4||81||78||34||E 6th|
|2018 playoffs||2||0||2||-||3||7||0||E quarters|
- 2007-08 four division format in use: Far East, Mid East, Mid West, and Far West.
- 2009-10 returned to the two division format: East and West.
- E means East division,
- MW means Mid East division.
- W means West division.
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