WOLFVILLE, N.S. - By John DeCoste '77 - Basketball has taken Maiwan (Junior) Moaku-Matia to a lot of destinations over the years, but the 6'6” fifth-year wing player says he has found a home at Acadia.
WOLFVILLE, N.S. - By Sara Baxter - Acadia University consistently offers students opportunities to get involved in their community, and because of this culture of engagement, students have successfully graduated as more confident leaders than they were when they arrived.
WOLFVILLE, N.S – The Acadia Axemen (5-10-2) closed out the first half of their season on a sour note with a loss to the U SPORTS No. 1 ranked and conference-best UNB Reds (15-0-3) who won by a decisive 5-1 score.
WOLFVILLE, N.S. – The Acadia Axemen (5-9-2) snapped their three-game losing skid, and the three-game winning streak of the UPEI Panthers (8-6-1) at the same time with a 5-2 win on Friday night in Wolfville. Acadia won a gritty game that saw the teams combine for 102 penalty minutes.
This past Monday, Acadia University and Acadia Athletics celebrated academic success this past Monday at the annual U SPORTS Academic All-Canadian reception that recognizes student-athletes who have achieved an academic average of 80% or greater.
QUEBEC, QC - U SPORTS announced its Football Major Award winners and All-Canadians at the Vanier Cup Gala in Quebec City. Acadia's Thomas Grant, who was the AUS nominee for Outstanding Lineman of the Year, was named to the second team All-Canadian squad.
Katie Robinson spent one final fall running as an Axewomen during her last year of study. From Saint John, New Brunswick, Robison has been running cross-country since the third grade. “My mom was into running as well. And that kind of got me intrigued” said Robinson of why she first started running.