HALIFAX, N.S. —The Acadia Axewomen defeated the Huskies Sunday afternoon, 77-17 from Huskies Stadium. Acadia, ranked eighth in U SPORTS, opened up the scoring with an early try and missed the convert and led 5-0.
WOLFVILLE, N.S. – In their home opener against the Mount Allison Mounties, the Acadia Axemen posted a 38-26 win over the visiting Mounties. In a game that was contested battle until the final two minutes of play, where third-year defensive back Rory Kelly scored a touchdown from an interception, guaranteeing the Axemen’s home-opening win.
WOLFVILLE, N.S. - Congratulations to Axemen Football's Jadin White-Frayne named this week's AUS Football Special Teams Player of the Week. His performance included a 97 yard kick off return for a touchdown vs Bishop's.
SHERBROOKE, Que. – Acadia Axeman quarterback Hunter Guenard connected twice with Cordell Hastings for touchdowns and five times total on the day on route to a 39-9 victory over the Bishop's Gaiters on Saturday afternoon on Coulter Field in AUS Football action.
WOLFVILLE, N.S. - There was no shortage of goals for the Axemen as they take their first game of the season 8-1 against the Mount Allison Mounties in front of a boisterous crowd of over 600 in attendance.
Wolfville, NS – Acadia University and the Department of Athletics are pleased to announce the addition of Jessy Carveth (Sandford, ON), Kamryn Brimicombe, (Waverley, NS), Jayden Boudreau (Halifax, NS), and Lexie Nichols (Kentville, NS).
WOLFVILLE, N.S. – The Axewomen rugby team will begin their journey to the U SPORTS national women’s rugby championship this Saturday afternoon at 2:00 p.m. as they kick off the AUS regular season against UPEI, ranked 10th in the opening U SPORTS Top Ten national rankings.