Dear New Brunswick, My chapter of playing in your gyms is coming to a close and I have so much to thank you for. With this Saturday at UNB very realistically being my last game in New Brunswick, so many memories start to flood back to me; so many people I am thankful towards and so many great memories growing up.
(Halifax, NS) – In the first game of day two of the Shoveller Memorial Invitational Basketball Tournament the Acadia Axemen took on the Concordia Stingers at the Dalplex. The Stingers got out to an early lead in the first quarter and didn’t look back as they controlled this one and took the 85-69 victory.
(Halifax, NS) – In game two of the Shoveller Memorial Invitational Basketball Tournament, the Acadia Axemen took on the StFX X-Men. It took overtime to solve this one, but StFX were able to take the win 90-87.
HALIFAX, N.S. ? After beating the No. 5 ranked Dalhousie Tigers in a home and home sweep last week, the U SPORTS No. 10 ranked Acadia Axemen fell short in extending their winning streak to six in a 70-68 edging by the StFX X-Men at Scotiabank Centre in Halifax.
(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.
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. – With 4.2 seconds remaining on the clock and down 78-77, Acadia’s Nick De Palma sent the nearly 1000 fans into a frenzy with a three-point basket to win 80-78 over the visiting Memorial Sea-Hawks.
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.
(By Sara Baxter) - Twelve thousand kilometers. That is the distance 5th year men’s basketball senior Erik Nissen travelled this summer to go to the FISU 2017 Summer Universiade Games in Taipei City, Chinese Taipei.
WOLFVILLE, N.S. - Acadia University and the Department of Athletics announced today that former basketball Axemen great Steve Pound will be the Honorary Chairperson of the U SPORTS Men’s Basketball National Championship, also referred to as the U SPORTS Final 8.
The Axemen basketball team concluded the past weekend on a positive note at the Calgary Cup hosted by the University of Calgary Dinos with a 2-1 record at a tournament that featured some of the top basketball programs in the country.
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.
WOLVILLE, N.S. - By John DeCoste - Erik Nissen is looking forward to his third and final season at Acadia starting this fall, but before that, he is planning to have a pretty fulfilling summer and get to experience a lifelong dream.
TORONTO, ON - Slan Sports Management is pleased to announce that former Acadia Axeman Owen Klassen has signed a one-year contract with PAOK Thessaloniki in Basketball Champions League and the Greek A1 League.