Logan Flodell of the Acadia Axemen men’s hockey team and Tyra Meropoulis from the StFX X-Women women’s hockey squad are the U SPORTS Male and Female Athletes of the Week for the period ending December 1, 2019.
StFX X-Women Soccer head coach Graham Kennedy is pleased to announce the 2020 recruiting class. Joining the X-Women program will be goalkeeper Jordyn Pratt, defender Cassidy Byrne, and forward Lauren Seamone.
The U SPORTS No. 10 ranked Acadia Axemen skated to a close 4-3 victory over the StFX X-Men Friday night at the StFX Keating Centre. The teams didn’t disappoint the 800 fans in attendance as it was a hard-fought, close game down to the final whistle.
The StFX X-Men outlasted the Saint Mary’s Huskies by a 4-3 score-line in a Wednesday night contest at the Charles V. Keating Centre. The game was one of two halves in which the X-Men controlled the play for the opening half-hour before the Huskies found their form and nearly tied the game after 60 minutes of play.
In midweek hockey action, the Dalhousie Tigers hosted the StFX X-Women at the Halifax Forum on Wednesday. It took until the third period to find the opening goal, but in the end the X-Women skated away with a 3-0 victory.
The StFX X-Women (1-2) scored their first AUS regular season victory since 2017 with a thrilling 96-88 win over the UPEI Panthers (3-1) Saturday evening on Coach 'K' Court at the StFX Saputo Centre. The win also marked the first regular season victory for X-Women had coach LeeAnna Osei.