(HALIFAX, NS) – Second year Left Side, Olivia Bell (La Have, NS) paced the
Huskies with 11 points to lead her team to a 3-0 win over the visiting Acadia
University Axewomen on Friday to win the best of 3 series.
HALIFAX, N.S. - Teammates Jamie Rourke and Olivia Bell each had a team-high 17 points to lead the Saint Mary’s volleyball team (1-0) to a 3-1 win over Acadia University Axewomen (0-1) Thursday evening at Homburg Centre in Atlantic University Sport playoff action.
(HALIFAX, N.S.) - Atlantic University Sport is pleased to announce the 2019-20 AUS men's hockey major award winners and all-stars as selected by the conference's seven head coaches following regular season play. Second-year Acadia Axemen goaltender Logan Flodell (Regina, Sask.) has been named the AUS MVP.
SYDNEY, NS – In Sunday afternoon basketball action, the Cape Breton Capers hosted the Acadia Axewomen at the Sullivan Field House in Sydney. The Axewomen were able to earn a weekend split by handing the CAPERS a 79-60 defeat.
SYDNEY, NS – In Saturday evening basketball action, the Cape Breton Capers hosted the Acadia Axemen at the Sullivan Field House in Sydney. The CAPERS were able to weather a fast Acadia start to defeat the Axemen 94-84 in an important late-season game for both teams.
SYDNEY, NS – In Saturday evening basketball action, the Cape Breton Capers hosted the Acadia Axewomen at the Sullivan Field House in Sydney. The CAPERS were able to bounce back from a poor defensive 1st half and turnovers down the stretch to defeat the Acadia 90-87.
HALIFAX, NS – Sophomore Olivia Bell (La Have, NS) and fifth-year Jamie Rourke (Mission, BC) each recorded eight kills on Friday night as the SMU volleyball team defeated Acadia in straight sets (25-16, 25-17, 25-9).
HALIFAX, N.S. - Atlantic University Sport announced the Subway Athletes of the Week today and Swimming's Brett Liem was selected as the Male Athlete of the Week for this past weekend's performance at the AUS Championships.
WOLFVILLE, N.S. - At the end of the third and final day of the 2020 Subway AUS Swimming Championships, presented by Keep It Social, the Dalhousie women’s team won their 19th straight AUS championship title while the Acadia Axemen earned their first championship title in 38 years, snapping a winning streak by the men's Tigers of 21 seasons.
WOLFVILLE, N.S. – The Axewomen volleyball team stunned the visiting U SPORTS No. 2 ranked Dalhousie Tigers with a three-set win in Sunday afternoon play. The Tiger loss is the first match lost since February 15 last season.
WOLFVILLE, N.S. - The Acadia Axewomen squeezed out the win in a 4-point contest against the UPEI Panthers on Saturday night by a score of 78-70. The win evens the season series to 1-1 after an early Axewomen January loss in Charlottetown.
WOLFVILLE, N.S. Dalhousie swimmers found themselves atop of the podium in seven of the 14 events at the end of day two of the 2020 Subway AUS Swimming Championships presented by Keep it Social. However, Acadia won five events and look to break Dalhousie's 21-year grip of the Men's Championship, while UNB and Mount Allison each won one event.