WOLFVILLE, N.S. – Acadia University and Executive Director of Athletics Kevin Dickie are pleased to announce the hiring of Amit Batra as Acadia’s first full-time head coach of both the Axewomen and Axemen soccer teams.
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.
Six Axemen were named to the East roster including Offensive standouts Cordell Hastings, Hunter Guenard and Dale Wright. Three of the Axemen's top defenders were also named to the East roster including Bailey Feltmate, Rory Kelly and Jadin White-Frayne.
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.
WOLFVILLE, N.S. – Bedford, N.S. native Joe Frenette will join the Axemen Basketball team this coming fall. Acadia University and men’s basketball team head coach Kevin Duffie announced today that Frenette has committed to the program and will be working towards a Bachelor of Business Administration degree beginning in September.
HALIFAX, N.S. - Atlantic University Sport released the 2019 fall sports schedules today, including women’s rugby, men’s football, men’s and women’s soccer as well as men’s and women’s cross country. Hosts for the 2019 fall championships were also confirmed.
By Sara Baxter - Kenyan born Jerome Mugambi is currently in his third year of a Bachelor of Business Administration majoring in Business Technology Management at Acadia University. Having grown up in Ontario, Mugambi has been interested in basketball since he moved to Canada at age five.
TORONTO (U SPORTS) – The No. 8 Ryerson Rams battled their way to a dominant 91-67 win over the No. 6 Acadia Axewomen in the consolation final to close out their U SPORTS Final 8 campaign on Sunday afternoon at the Mattamy Athletic Centre in Toronto.
TORONTO (U SPORTS) – The Acadia Axewomen battled for an 86-74 victory to eliminate the Concordia Stingers in the Consolation semifinal on Friday night at the Mattamy Athletic Centre. The win is the first win at a National Championship for the Axewomen program since their first visit in 2012.
TORONTO, ON - Three Basketball Axewomen honoured including Lanae Adams who was named the Tracy MacLeod National Award Winner for courage and overcoming adversity. Haley McDonald was named to the second team All-Canadian squad and Jayda Veinot was selected to the U SPORTS All-Rookie team.
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. – The Acadia Axewomen are the 2019 AUS women’s basketball champions for the second consecutive year following their 84-74 win over the Memorial Sea-Hawks in Sunday’s championship game at Scotiabank Centre.
HALIFAX, N.S. - In the second semi-final match-up of the AUS Championships, the UNB Reds took on the Acadia Axewomen. After two hard-fought sets, the Reds were dominant in the third to come away with the 3-0 win to advance to the final.