Pace Athletics Handles Hirings for New Head Coaches with Setter’s Approval

Pace volleyball is currently stuck without a head coach while the hiring process continues.

Sequoia Cumming, Editor In Chief

February 23, 2019

Pace volleyball head coach Karrin Moore officially left her position earlier this month, leaving the team in an interim period lead by assistant coach Nora Rugova. Moore has been with Pace athletics for nine season, coming off of a three-season coaching career with Bentley University and playing Division-I...

Kickbox with Joann: Feel the Burn and Want to Return

Swing by room 233 in Goldstien Fitness Center Tuesdays-Thursdays to take part in free aerobics classes ranging from Zumba to Yoga.

Sequoia Cumming, Editor In Chief

February 16, 2019

For the past decade, spunky and smiling Joann Hamilton has taught Zumba, Toning, and Kickboxing classes in the Goldstein Fitness Center. On Tuesday and Thursday evenings, offers classes to people of all ages, from Pleasantville residents to Pace students. After a diagnosis of high blood pressure and...

Online Exclusive: Football Player Zachary Downey in Critical Condition

Photo Courtesy of Shawn Allen's Fundraising page for Zachary Downey

Anna Palazzi, Featured Writer

November 2, 2016

Zachary Downey, a Pace University student and athlete, was rushed to the hospital due to difficulty breathing on October 4, 2016, according to Shawn Allen, the creator of Downey’s fundraising page. Downey, a junior, defensive back for Pace’s football team, remains in the hospital. The fundraising...

Coach to Cure MD Hits Home for Pace Alumnus

Pace Coaches Sport

James Best and Michelle Ricciardi

September 27, 2016

The Pace University Football team joined the effort to fight Muscular Dystrophy on Saturday afternoon during their game against New Haven. According to the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS), "Muscular dystrophy (MD) refers to a group of more than 30 genetic diseases that ...

Pace Spirit Squad Features First Male Cheerleader

Pace Spirit Squad Features First Male Cheerleader

Emily Wolfrum, Editor-in-Chief

February 11, 2015

Junior finance major Jamie Hund is no stranger to traditional sports, be it football, basketball, baseball, or even martial arts. Now, as Pace’s first and only male cheerleader, he’s introducing the University to something completely different. Hund, who first started cheering in 2006 with the...

Athletics Announces Hall of Fame Inductees

The 1985 baseball team will be recognized during the Pace’s Hall of Fame event.

Natalia Alvarez Pagan, Sports Editor

February 11, 2015

On Mon., Feb. 2, Pace Athletics announced the names of the five members who will be inducted into the Pace Athletics Hall of Fame. Ronald Focazio (Men’s Basketball ’64), Kerri Kaylor (Women’s Soccer ’04), Elizabeth Hernandez (Women’s Basketball ’83), Jeffrey Kelly (Men’s Basketball ’69) a...

Football Coach Placed on “Administrative Leave” Following Abuse Allegations

Football Coach Placed on “Administrative Leave” Following Abuse Allegations


November 25, 2014

Pace University’s head football coach Andrew Rondeau was placed on “administrative leave” Monday in the wake of a published report that he physically and verbally abused his players. The New York Post first reported the allegations in its Sunday edition prompting the university to take action. University President Stephen Friedman an...

Football Earns First Win Since 2011, Beats SCS 10-7

Football Earns First Win Since 2011, Beats SCS 10-7


November 19, 2014

Pace Football won their first game since the fall of 2011 on Sat., Nov. 15 when they defeated the Owls of Southern Connecticut State University 10-7. The win comes in the final game of a trying season for the Setters, finishing 1-10. The first half saw both teams battle it out defensively as the teams...

Promise With Uncertainty: A Look At The 2014-2015 Pace Hoops Teams


November 13, 2014

The pieces of last season have been put together and turned into something new: both the men’s and women’s basketball teams have been revamped for the 2014-2015 season. On the women’s side, things have seemingly turned around; after finishing 5-15 last season, the Setters look to at least double...

Athlete Injured at Townhouses

According to reports, the athlete was injured at the basketball court
on the side of the third row of the Townhouses. The player allegedly
re-injured his already-wounded knee.


October 30, 2014

Student-athlete misbehavior and consequences have come into question following the injury of a football player at the townhouses in mid-October. The football player allegedly reinjured his already wounded knee. According to head of Pace Security, Vincent Beatty, incidents such as these are commonplace...

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