Acadia offers balance of academics, football

Acadia adds two provincial commits to their 2019 class.

Receiver Jacob Guy and linebacker Noah Lee from Charles P. Allen High School may be on opposite sides of the ball, but they will be on the same team after committing to the Acadia Axemen.

Jacob Guy

The Axemen, Jacob Guy is ready for you. “I’m really looking forward to being a part of the program and continue to compete,” Guy said. “I chose Acadia because it’s a good school academically and a great football program that I can’t wait to be a part of.”

Guy, who will be taking computer science, added that, “The coaching staff was very welcoming and I’m looking forward to working with them.”

Standing at 6’1, 185lbs, Guy has spent the last two years wit the Charles P. Allen Cheetahs (NSSAF). He was a Division 1 all-star in 2018.

Noah Lee

Noah Lee knows that university isn’t only about football and so do the Axemen. “I chose to commit to Acadia because of the strong priority they have on being a student first then an athlete, which was something I was really looking for in a school,” Lee said, who is interested in computer science. “They seem to have a really good program that will help develop me as a player.”

He added that, “The coaching staff at Acadia knows what it takes to train a championship-caliber football team and I’m excited to have the opportunity to train alongside the other star players that have come out of their program.”

Lee calls Hammond Plains, Nova Scotia, home. He has also only spent two years with the Cheetahs. He is a two-time provincial finalist in 2017 and 2018.

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