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Acadia soccer players have shared the field for a decade
Acadia soccer defender ready to play against friends at UPEI
Acadia Axewomen, Axemen soccer teams crack U SPORTS Top Ten
Two teams fighting hard for first place in Under 15 Valley girls soccer league
West Hants Horne, led by head coach Chris Horne, has a record of 5-0-0 for 15 points, followed closely by Kingston-Greenwood in second place at 4-0-0 for 12 points. One of these teams will have their perfect record shattered when they collide ...
Coldbrook teen selected for national soccer camp
The 15-year-old has already captured the attention of scouts representing national soccer programs.He’s a member of a select group of Nova Scotians travelling to Halifax several days a week to train under the Vancouver Whitecaps Academy program – an ...
Acadia Axewomen to play consolation final
The Acadia Axewomen will host the Canadian Interuniversity Sport (CIS) women’s soccer championship in Wolfville Nov. 10-13. The bronze medal match is set for noon on Sunday followed by the gold medal game at 2:30 p.m. between University of ...
Acadia Axewomen prevail in consolation final
On Nov. 12, the Axewomen squared off against the University of Saskatchewan Huskies, went into overtime and scored three times in the shoot out. Gaol keepers Emma Connell for Acadia and Jadyn Steinhauer for the Huskies kept their focus the entire ...
End of the road: Acadia relegated to consolation matches after 1-0 quarter-final loss to UBC
Acadia dropped a close 1-0 decision to the UBC Thunderbirds in the quarter-final match at the CIS Women's Soccer Championship Nov. 10 at Raymond Field in Wolfville. Red, blue and white fireworks lit up the night sky during the event's opening ...
Living the Dream: Michelle Pryde ending five years of Acadia soccer achievement
Michelle feels fortunate her parents, Collin and Deana, are in Wolfville for the week’s games. Then on Nov. 9 her older brother Carson and his fiancée surprised her with a well-timed visit. “It was the best surprise ever,” she declared. Later the ...
A trip down memory lane: 1990 Axettes dominated Canadian University Soccer
The 1990 Axettes, now called the Axewomen, have a strong and proud history as tremendous athletes. The team, only four seasons after the creation of a CIAU National Championship for women’s soccer, was crowned national champions and was ...
Former Acadia coach named honorary chairwoman of CIS women's soccer championship
A New Brunswick native, Sanders arrived at Acadia in 1984 to coach women’s varsity basketball and soccer. She would continue to coach both basketball and soccer at Acadia for 20 seasons and although her basketball teams were competitive, her greatest ...
Soccer provincials: DRHS senior boys win a spot in Nova Scotia final four
The Digby Regional High School Mariners won both their Tier II regional qualifiers Oct. 27 and 30 to advance. Oct. 27 the Mariners met the boys from the Strait Area Education and Recreation Centre from Port Hawkesbury on neutral ground in Truro. The ...
Kings County teams leading in senior girls soccer
As of Oct. 4, the Cambridge-based Central Kings Gators and Canning’s Northeast Kings Titans held the first and second place positions. Both teams made it through September undefeated, often besting their opponents by five goals or more in their rise ...