WOLFVILLE, N.S. – Acadia University and Executive Director of Athletics Kevin Dickie announced today that women’s basketball head coach Len Harvey will return to lead the Axewomen for the coming seasons after signing a multi-year contract extension.
TORONTO, ON - Acadia's Haley McDonald was named the U SPORTS Athlete of the Month for March. A third-year kinesiology student from Port Williams, N.S., McDonald led the Axewomen to their second consecutive AUS women?s basketball championship title March 3 in Halifax, N.S.
TORONTO (U SPORTS) – Haley McDonald from the Acadia Axewomen women’s basketball squad and Zach Sawchenko of the Alberta Golden Bears men’s hockey team are the U SPORTS Male and Female Athletes of the Week for the period ending Mar. 3, 2019.
HALIFAX, N.S. - Acadia's Haley McDonald of the Axewomen basketball team was named this week's AUS Athlete of the Week after posting a 31 points per game average in the AUS women's Final 6 championships this past weekend.
HALIFAX, N.S. - Atlantic University Sport is pleased to announce the 2018-19 AUS women's basketball all-stars and major award winners as selected by the conference's eight head coaches following regular season play.
CHARLOTTETOWN, PEI - It was a historic Saturday night for the UPEI Panthers, who captured a perfect 10-0 home record and clinched a first-round bye in the AUS Championships after sweeping the Acadia Axewomen 77-65.
WOLFVILLE, N.S. - The Acadia Axewomen drop to 13-4 and second place in the AUS after a 92-85 loss to Cape Breton snapped a seven-game winning streak that dated back to a January 13 win over host Memorial.
HALIFAX, N.S. – In an important 4-point game, the Dalhousie Tigers hosted the Acadia Axewomen at the Dalplex on Saturday night in support of Shoot for the Cure. The three-point shooting for the Axewomen made the difference, as they came away with the 78-52 win
By John DeCoste '77 - The Acadia basketball Axewomen are a different-looking team from last season, but head coach Len Harvey says, “it's time we started giving credit to the girls that are here now, rather than the ones we've lost since last season.”
SYDNEY, N.S. – The Capers were unable to overcome a slow start in the opening quarter and dropped a 71-64 decision to the visiting Acadia Axewomen on a snowy Sunday afternoon at the Sullivan Fieldhouse.
By Sara Baxter - Acadia is not the first university that Shalyn Field has attended, but it has quickly become home. After completing a Kinesiology degree at Dalhousie University in Halifax, Field decided she wanted to complete her education degree. She is currently in her first year of the two year education degree at Acadia University.
(HALIFAX, N.S.)—The SMU Huskies dropped their 2018-19 season-opener at home on Thursday evening, 78-70 to the visiting Acadia Axewomen in Atlantic University Sport women’s basketball action from the Homburg Centre.