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Brad Paterson: Skates for Cleats

Brad Paterson: Skates for Cleats

TJ Combs, Featured Writer
May 4, 2017 • 288 views
Filed under Sports

Brad Paterson is a staple for Pace men’s lacrosse, but he grew up playing and thriving in hockey. Paterson grew up Caldwell, N.J. as an avid Rangers fan, which is why he played hockey with a local club team, the New Jersey Colonials. where Paterson was coached by actual NHL veterans John MacLean...

Abby Haimson: A Powerhouse for Women’s Lacrosse

Abby Haimson: A Powerhouse for Women’s Lacrosse

TJ Combs, Featured Writer
May 2, 2017 • 294 views
Filed under Sports

Abby Haimson has played just over thirty games since joining the Pace Setters Women’s Lacrosse team and within that brief time, she’s become known as a powerhouse for her team. Haimson, a Montville, NJ native, grew up under the watching eye of an older brother, Jake, who too loves lacrosse. She...

Wyatt Barfoot’s American Dream

Wyatt Barfoot’s American Dream

TJ Combs, Featured Writer
April 11, 2017 • 281 views
Filed under Showcase, Sports

Pace Men’s lacrosse’s Wyatt Barfoot trekked all the way from the great white north of Ontario, Canada to follow his American dream: lacrosse. Lacrosse is where he shines out of all the sports he’s played and it’s the sport he considers his passion. “Lacrosse was always my passion, ”...

A Creature of Habit

A Creature of Habit

TJ Combs, Featured Writer
April 3, 2017 • 276 views
Filed under Showcase, Sports

It is said that pitchers are creatures of habit and that any microcosmic change or adjustment to their game, preparation, or lifestyle will upset the universe. Pace softball’s pitcher Kaitlynn Nelson habitual and anti-superstitious ways makes all the difference, however. A two-time Northeast-10...

Michael Ferraro: His Sister’s Keeper

Michael Ferraro: His Sister’s Keeper

James Miranda, Copy Editor
March 27, 2017 • 350 views
Filed under Feature, Showcase, Sports

It was 9 a.m. on a spring weekend in 2005 when Pace sophomore Michael Ferraro was awakened by his older sister, Aimee Ferraro, asking for a favor. She asked him if he could urinate in a pill bottle for her to use to fake a drug test. Utterly shocked and confused, he agreed and did what his sister...

Sweatbands Represent More than Hard Work for Brandon Donnellan

Sweatbands Represent More than Hard Work for Brandon Donnellan

TJ Combs, Featured Writer
March 7, 2017 • 3,007 views
Filed under Showcase, Sports

They were both No. 14. They both loved what they did. For him, lacrosse; for her, soccer. And the sweatband around his calf every game reminds senior Brandon Donnellan to give it his all and push himself because he knows his late friend Christina Ginley sure would. Ginley was Donnellan’s close friend...

2017 Pace Baseball Season Preview

2017 Pace Baseball Season Preview

TJ Combs, Featured Writer
February 21, 2017 • 500 views
Filed under Sports

The Pace Setters baseball team has big expectations to thrive this season with a more united team and key roster additions, but have a hole left by experienced pitching. Baseball finished 30-22 overall (12-12 NE-10) in 2016, which was their best season since 2013 where they went 33-17 and clinched...

Bryce Donovan: The Swinger and Singer

Bryce Donovan: The Swinger and Singer

Michelle Ricciardi, Editor in Chief
February 7, 2017 • 571 views
Filed under Showcase, Sports

Sophomore Bryce Donovan is more than just a number, 37, on the baseball team. Although the 6' 4" catcher, in transition to pitcher, was a three-sport athlete in high school, he boasts talent in other interests such as his music. “I sing and play the guitar,” said Donovan. “Pretty much all...

Athletics Hosts First Ever LGBTQ Pride Hoops Night

Athletics Hosts First Ever LGBTQ Pride Hoops Night

Sean Browne, Sports Editor
December 13, 2016 • 740 views
Filed under Sports

Pace Athletics and the Office of Multicultural Affairs and Diversity Programs hosted its first-ever LGBTQ Pride Hoops Night for the men's and women's basketball games against Southern Connecticut State University on Dec. 7 at the Goldstein Fitness Center. The purpose of the event is to show appreciation...

Does Pace Need a Football Team?

Does Pace Need a Football Team?

Sean Browne, Sports Editor
December 13, 2016 • 799 views
Filed under Sports

The costs of operating Pace football and their effectiveness on the field poses a legitimate question: Do we need a football team? Football failed to win a single game this season, have a negative record of 4-78 (.049 winning percentage) over the last eight seasons, and haven't had more than one win...

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