(Halifax, NS) – In the back end of a home-and-home, the Dalhousie Tigers squared off against the Acadia Axemen at the Dalplex. Acadia gained a slight edge early, and finished quarters strong as they held on to a 79-72 victory to sweep the two-game series.
Halifax, NS – In the second game of a home-and-home series, the Dalhousie Tigers hosted U SPORTS No. 2 ranked Acadia Axewomen in women’s basketball action. The Axewomen put on a strong shooting display that gave them an early lead, and they didn’t look back as they took this one 88-49.
WOLFVILLE, N.S. – In their first meeting since last year’s epic battle in the AUS semi-finals, the hometown Acadia Axemen edged past the U SPORTS No. 5 ranked Dalhousie Tigers, handing them their first loss of the regular season.
WOLFVILLE, N.S.) Nova Scotia Supreme Court Associate Chief Justice Deborah Smith today ordered that the 2017 Loney Bowl should be played, between Saint Mary’s University and Acadia University, no later than Tuesday, Nov. 14, 2017. The AUS Championship game will now be played Tuesday, Nov. 14 at Acadia University at 2 p.m. AST.
(HALIFAX, N.S.) Nova Scotia Supreme Court Associate Chief Justice Deborah Smith ordered today that the 2017 Loney Bowl should be played, between Saint Mary’s University and Acadia University, no later than Tuesday, Nov. 14, 2017.
HALIFAX, N.S. - In AUS women’s volleyball action, the Dalhousie Tigers hosted the Acadia Axewomen Sunday afternoon at the Dalplex. It was a fairly dominant offensive display for the Tigers with their serving making the biggest difference in the match as they took it 3-0.
Wolfville, N.S. – The Acadia Axemen (8-3-1) defeated the Moncton Aigles Bleus (1-8-2) 6-1 on Friday night in Wolfville, thanks to a strong performance from third star of the night, goalie Dawson Carty and an offensive outburst that saw the Axemen scored four goals in the second period.
(HALIFAX, N.S.) - Atlantic University Sport is pleased to announce the 2017 football major award winners and all-stars as selected by the conference's five head coaches following regular season play. Axemen Bailey Felmate, Dale Wright, Brandon Jennings and head coach Jeff Cummins named as major award winners.
(Wolfville, NS) Atlantic University Sport, the governing body for university athletics in Atlantic Canada, today announced that a conference championship final in men’s football will not be played this season and has declared the Acadia Axemen winners of the 2017 Loney Bowl.
WOLFVILLE, N.S. – The basketball Axewomen improve to 3-0 on the season with a convincing 81-64 win over the winless StFX X-Women. The Axewomen delivered a barrage of points in the second half for the win.
KAMLOOPS, B.C. (U SPORTS) – StFX striker Dan Hayfield was honoured with the Joe Johnson Memorial Trophy as U SPORTS men’s soccer Player of the Year Wednesday night. Acadia's Zach Visser was named the U SPORTS Community Service Award recipient.
WINNIPEG (U SPORTS) – UBC striker Jasmin Dhanda was honoured with the Chantal Navert Memorial Award as U SPORTS women’s soccer Player of the Year Wednesday night. Acadia's Emily Nickerson was named as a U SPORTS second team All-Canadian.
WOLFVILLE, N.S. ? A different result in Acadia?s second home game matchup against visiting Memorial, as the Axemen dominated from beginning to end in a 76-65 win over the Sea-Hawks. No last second three point shot was needed for today?s win.
ANTIGONISH, NS – The Cape Breton Capers are the 2017 AUS women’s soccer champions. They earned a hard-fought 2-1 victory over the Acadia Axewomen in the Subway AUS championship game Sunday afternoon at StFX Oland Stadium.