HALIFAX, N.S. – Acadia Axewomen volleyball head coach Michelle Wood received the 2018 Trendsetter Leadership Award at today’s WomenActive Nova Scotia Trendsetters third annual Awards Luncheon in Halifax.
QUEBEC CITY (U SPORTS) – Montreal outside hitter Marie-Alex Bélanger was honoured with the Mary Lyons Award as U SPORTS women’s volleyball Player of the Year. Acadia's Lucy Glen-Carter was named to the U SPORTS All-Rookie Team.
ST. JOHN'S, NL - he AUS Women's Volleyball Championship game matched the first place Dalhousie Tigers against the third place Acadia Axewoman. While the Tigers finished the season with a 19-1 record it was the Axewomen that handed the tigers their single loss of the season.
ST. JOHN'S, N.L. - The first game of the AUS Women’s Volleyball semifinal pitted the Saint Mary’s Huskies against the Acadia Axewomen. Regular season headers had seen both teams take two games each, and this semifinal was not to be different.
(ST. JOHN’S, N.L.) Atlantic University Sport is pleased to announce the 2017-18 AUS women's volleyball all-stars and major award winners as selected by the conference's six head coaches following regular season play. Acadia's Michelle Wood was named the AUS Coach of the Year, while four Axewomen were named to the All-Star squads.
Congratulations to Volleyball's Kailey Evans and Hockey's Kyle Farrell, this week's McDonalds Athletes of the Week. Evans posted 39 digs in a decisive win vs SMU. Farrell scored two goals in the Axemen's OT win over No. 2 UNB.
WOLFVILLE, N.S. – Winning nine of their last ten matches, the Axewomen volleyball team may be the hottest team in U SPORTS at this moment. Today’s 3-2 win over the visiting Saint Mary’s Huskies gives the Axewomen an 11-5 record and tied in second place with Huskies in the AUS women’s volleyball standings.
HALIFAX, N.S. —The Saint Mary’s Huskies battled back and defeated the visiting Acadia Axewomen in five sets on Friday night in Atlantic University Sport volleyball action from the Homburg Centre and put an end to a six game winning streak that the Axewomen held.
WOLFVILLE, N.S. – For some teams, the Christmas break can allow some rust to build, but the Axewomen Volleyball team has been on fire since it’s three wins at the AUS tournament prior to the Christmas Holidays.
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.