THE PACE CHRONICLE

Pace Reintroduces The Fencing Club

Pace Reintroduces The Fencing Club

NATALIA ALVAREZ PAGAN, Sports Editor

October 22, 2014


Filed under Featured Sports Story, Sports

Advance. Attack. Engage. En Garde. The reintroduction of the fencing club on campus will provide students with a whole new way to engage in sports while also relieving some stress. One of the heads of the resurgent club is sophomore computer science major Kaleigh Kessler. Kessler has a more personal...

New Fields Bring New Promise

New Fields Bring New Promise

NATALIA ALVAREZ PAGAN, Sports Editor

October 17, 2014


Filed under Featured Sports Story, Sports

Despite the current state of campus, a vision of the future was painted on Thurs. Oct. 9 at the Athletics Groundbreaking ceremony. Many were in attendance, including President Stephen J. Friedman, William J. McGrath (Senior Vice President & Chief Operating Officer for Westchester), and Director...

Pace Welcomes New Swimming and Diving Coach

Pace Welcomes New Swimming and Diving Coach

JAMES MIRANDA, Sports Editor

September 24, 2014


Filed under Featured Sports Story, Sports, Uncategorized

The new school year brought in a new head coach for the Pace swimming and diving crew. Coach Dan Allen becomes the fourth head coach in the 12 years since the program started. Allen grew up in southern Indiana and took up swimming as a competitive sport when he was very young. He attended Indiana...

Artificial Turf Causes Discussion Over Player Injuries

Artificial Turf Causes Discussion Over Player Injuries

DANDRE CHERY and CHRIS WALKER

September 24, 2014


Filed under Featured Sports Story, Sports

As a part of the Pace University Master Plan, a new multi-purpose turf field will be constructed. Commencement of the field transformation is scheduled for this winter, with completion listed for the summer of 2015. This turf field, to be accompanied with a new field house and a turf baseball field,...

PACE FOOTBALL PROMISES A WIN

Cecilia Levine, Managing Editor

September 10, 2013


Filed under Feature, Featured Sports Story

“Pace Falls to Stonybrook, Pace Drops Home Opener to New Haven, Football Falls to Ameri- can International, Beeker Tosses Two Touchdowns in Loss to Merrimack, Raynor Tosses Four Touchdowns in Loss to Southern CT, Football Falls to St. Anslem.” The aforementioned are most of the titles of the...

Women’s Soccer Notches First Win Of Season

Women’s Soccer Notches First Win Of Season

Christopher Dudek, Sports Editor

September 19, 2012


Filed under Featured Sports Story

Two firsts came off of one foot for the Setters women’s soccer team against American International College. Freshman midfielder and psychology major Kristiana Padavona put her first goal of her career through the Yellow Jackets net and gave the Setters their first win in 2012. Padavona’s first...

The World Through Archie’s Eyes

Christopher Dudek, Sports Editor

September 19, 2012


Filed under Featured Sports Story, Sports

The world through the eyes of sophomore biology major Christopher Archibal is both blurry and beautiful. Archie is a defensive lineman on the Setters football team who is legally blind. Archibal, more commonly known as Archie, has difficulties seeing in class and is not able to drive a car. There...

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