Halifax, N.S. - Congratulations to Acadia men's soccer Axeman Cooper Coats, who was named the Subway AUS Male Athlete of the Week for Sept. 17. Coats, a fourth year midfielder had 4 goals in two games this past weekend against MtA and UPEI.
WOLFVILLE, N.S. – The Axemen basketball team announced two late additions to the squad for the 20017-18 season. Rowan Power - a transfer from the Concordia Stingers, and Junior Moaku-Mattia – a transfer from the Cape Breton Capers will join the team in practice but neither will be able to compete immediately for the Axemen.
WOLFVILLE, NS - When Adam Melanson started playing minor football with the Valley Bulldogs in 2004, he couldn't look forward to even a high school football career here in the Valley. There simply weren't any Valley schools that played football.
FREDERICTON, NB - Michelle Reddy(Sarnia, ON), of the Dalhousie Tigers, was first across the line in today’s Atlantic University Sport women’s cross country season-opener, in Fredericton. The Axewomen won a strong second place in the overall team standings.
WOLFVILLE, NS - Harley Tucker burst onto the Acadia rugby scene a year ago with one of the best rookie seasons in the history of the program, culminating in a second-team all-Canadian selection at her position.
WOLFVILLE, N.S. – A goal by Haley Birrell at the 69-minute mark of the game was all the Dalhousie Tigers needed to hand the Axewomen their first loss of the young AUS regular season. The win is the first time the Tigers have defeated Acadia since October 25, 2013.
ANTIGONISH, N.S. – The Acadia Axemen improved to 2-1 on the season with a 38-24 victory over the StFX X-Men (1-2) Saturday afternoon at Oland Stadium. Subway player of the game Cody Cluett (Cole Harbour, NS) threw two touchdown passes to Cordell Hastings...
WOLFVILLE, N.S. – The Axewomen rugby team opened the AUS regular season with a convincing 58-12 win over the visiting UPEI Panthers.The Panthers, who challenged the Axewomen last season in a close 24-17 semi-final win by Acadia, fell short in their 2017 season debut.
WOLFVILLE, N.S. – Acadia rookie keeper, Nic Jefferies, earned the Subway Player of the Game for his outstanding performance in holding the UNB to one point as the Varsity Reds settled for a 1-1 against the host Acadia Axemen in the regular season opening game on Raymond Field in Wolfville.
WOLFVILLE, N.S. – Jenna Boudreau’s goal five minutes into the second half was the eventual game winner as the Axewomen soccer team handed the visiting UNB Varsity Reds a 3-0 loss in the AUS season opening game at Acadia’s Raymond Field.
WOLFVILLE, N.S. - Coming off of a successful 2016 soccer campaign, the Axewomen soccer team hope to maintain the level of performance as high as last year. With the loss of several key veterans, head coach Amit Batra hopes to use the leadership experiences from last season to build on this season.
WOLFVILLE, N.S. - By John DeCoste - The future is now for the Acadia women's cross-country team, says third-year student athlete Chrissy Smith. The Axewomen team broke new ground in the fall of 2016 with a third-place finish at the AUS championship, the school's first-ever medal in women's cross-country.
HALIFAX, N.S. - Congratulations to Football Axemen Cody Cluett and Bailey Feltmate who were named the AUS Offensive and Defensive Players of the Week after a 27-10 win over the Bishop's Gatiers this past weekend.