THE PACE CHRONICLE

Three Ups, Three Downs from Pace Football’s Loss to Assumption

Three Ups, Three Downs from Pace Football’s Loss to Assumption

Kwadar Ray, Managing Editor

September 24, 2018


Filed under Showcase, Sports

Pace Football fell to Assumption College 49-21 this past Friday night at Pace Stadium. However, the score does not indicate the type of contested game it was. The Setters remained in the game throughout its entirety, and had Assumption on its reels at multiples points. Despite the positives that came...

Women’s Soccer Loses Highly Contested Game to Stonehill

Women’s Soccer Loses Highly Contested Game to Stonehill

Justis Nieves, Sports Writer

September 24, 2018


Filed under Sports

This past Saturday, the Pace Soccer team took on the Stonehill Skyhawks in Easton, Mass. The Setters looked to repeat their performance in their last matchup against University of New Have (UNH) which snapped a four-game losing streak, but they came up short to the Skyhawks, losing 2-1. The Pace offense...

Marquis Pickering: A Balance of Athletics and the Arts

Marquis Pickering: A Balance of Athletics and the Arts

Sequoia Cumming, Contributing Writer

September 15, 2018


Filed under Showcase, Sports

Starting at just five years old, being a running back was all Marquis Pickering ever knew. “My mom, she put me in it, and I didn’t understand it because I was so young, but I was so fast,” he said. “I was racing kids at first and then that turned into being a running back and I was good at...

Pace Volleyball Edges out East Stroudsburg and Improves to 7-2

Pace Volleyball Edges out East Stroudsburg and Improves to 7-2

Tyaire Joseph, Sports Writer

September 12, 2018


Filed under Showcase, Sports

Pace Volleyball came into Tuesday night facing one of the toughest challenges of its season, playing a formidable opponent: the 10-1 East Stroudsburg University (ESU) Warriors. ESU shutout Pace twice last season, but the underdog Setters were up for the challenge this time around, as they defeated the Warriors 3-1 at the Goldstein Fitness Center. Junior Tatjana Calimpong-Burk...

Pace Football Falls Short in Home Opener

Pace Football Falls Short in Home Opener

Justis Nieves, Sports Writer

September 9, 2018


Filed under Showcase, Sports

This past Saturday, Pace Football looked to defend their home turf against the University of New Haven (UNH) Chargers in the team's home opener. Unfortunately, the Setters could not bring their bite, as they fell to the Chargers 36-10, placing the team at 1-1.  To start the game, the Chargers scored on th...

Pace Athletics Celebrates its International Athletes

Pace Athletics Celebrates its International Athletes

Sequoia Cumming, Contributing Writer

September 8, 2018


Filed under Sports

The Pace Athletic Department held a banquet for its international athletes on Friday afternoon at the Goldstein Fitness Center to celebrate diversity and the importance of inclusion in sports. Athletic Director Mark Brown, who said this is the first banquet they have ever done specifically for intern...

Breaking: Swimming and Diving Coach Dan Allen to Resign

Breaking: Swimming and Diving Coach Dan Allen to Resign

Kwadar Ray, Managing Editor

August 21, 2018


Filed under News, Showcase, Sports

Pace Swimming and Diving Head Coach Dan Allen is resigning from his position, effective August 31st.  The Chronicle obtained an email Athletic Director Mark Brown sent to athletes this morning.  "Our swimming and diving program has grown and improved significantly during Coach Allen's tenure," the...

This Week in Sports: 4/27-4/29

This Week in Sports: 4/27-4/29

Kwadar Ray, Sports Editor

April 29, 2018


Filed under Sports

4/26: It was a "win and you're in" scenario for Men's Lacrosse last Friday night and the team excelled under the pressure. The 14-9 victory over Assumption on Senior Day secured a NE-10 tournament berth for the Setters for the fourth consecutive season. The Setters, 7-6, are now 20th in the nation and...

No More ‘Next Season’: Women’s Lacrosse Ready to Win Now

No More ‘Next Season’: Women’s Lacrosse Ready to Win Now

Kwadar Ray, Sports Editor

April 29, 2018


Filed under Sports

In previous seasons, women's lacrosse players knew they had one more year. There was always one more year to improve, break records, win playoff games and exceed expectations. However, there was no more "one more year" this season for the 12 seniors on the roster. The seniors, and the rest of the...

Meet Pace’s International Black Belt

Meet Pace’s International Black Belt

Kwadar Ray, Sports Editor

April 22, 2018


Filed under Sports

Marisa Ruland, a Pace junior, and her friends sit aside one another before the start of their intramural soccer games and assure each other the game is just for fun and will not become intense. However, it is not long before Ruland and her teammates--who are mostly former soccer players like herself--are...

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