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Ardsley Baskeball’s Miracle Play Highlights Pace Athletic’s Successful Weekend

Ardsley Baskeball’s Miracle Play Highlights Pace Athletic’s Successful Weekend

Kwadar Ray, Sports Editor

March 4, 2018


Filed under Sports

The Goldstein Fitness Center was home to a miracle play last Saturday that has gone viral and can be seen on national television sport networks including ESPN and Fox Sports 1. Julian McGarvey, an Ardsley High School basketball player, used his quarterback skills to heave the ball beyond half court...

New Year, New Team: 2018 Baseball Season Preview

New Year, New Team: 2018 Baseball Season Preview

Kwadar Ray, Sports Editor

February 24, 2018


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Alongside rainy weather and blooming flowers, the spring also welcomes the Pace baseball team's new season. The Setters enter 2018 ranked fourth in the Southwest Division in the NE-10 preseason Coaches' Poll after their 29-19 season last year. The Setters aim to reach a fifth consecutive NE-10 Tournam...

The Unbreakable Bond of Geena Rosalbo and Gabriella Rubin

The Unbreakable Bond of Geena Rosalbo and Gabriella Rubin

Kwadar Ray, Sports Editor

February 24, 2018


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One does not have to be an exceptional observer to see that Geena Rosalbo and Gabriella Rubin, the senior captains of Pace Women's basketball team, have a shatterproof relationship. The two are both fiery competitors, they can effortlessly finish each other's sentences, and they're even averaging...

A Pace Student’s Passion for MMA

A Pace Student’s Passion for MMA

Kwadar Ray, Sports Editor

February 17, 2018


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Pace senior Gary Frayter will admit that he has an obsessive personality. When he looks to achieve something, he gains no satisfaction from simply being good at it--he wants to be the best. Early in his life, Frayter sought to achieve the goal of being the best mixed martial artist he could become. Growing...

Swimming and Diving Teams Impress at NE-10 Conference Championships

Swimming and Diving Teams Impress at NE-10 Conference Championships

Kwadar Ray, Sports Editor

February 17, 2018


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Gold medals were won and school records were squashed when the Pace Men's and Women's Swimming and Diving teams competed in the NE-10 Conference Championships Feb. 8-11 in Worcester, MA. Both teams finished fourth overall, but 18 medals were awarded to the Setters, including gold medals won by freshmen...

2018 Hall of Fame Inductee Dan Mulholland’s Life in Coaching

2018 Hall of Fame Inductee Dan Mulholland’s Life in Coaching

Kwadar Ray, Sports Editor

February 10, 2018


Filed under Showcase, Sports

Dan Mulholland, Men's Lacrosse assistant coach and 2018 inductee into the Pace Athletics Hall of Fame, was approached by two young men on a beautiful Fall Sunday in 1983. Mulholland immediately recognized the two men--they had played for him when he was the lacrosse coach at Yorktown High School. "They...

Jackie Burd: Hall of Fame Bound

Jackie Burd: Hall of Fame Bound

Kwadar Ray, Sports Editor

February 10, 2018


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Jackie Burd, former Pace Softball player, discreetly walked away from her co-workers to answer her phone and before long, tears were slipping through her eyelids. No, these were not tears of sadness, but rather tears of joy and fulfillment because Burd was informed by Pace Athletics Director Mark...

This Week in Pace Sports 1/31-2/3

This Week in Pace Sports 1/31-2/3

Kwadar Ray, Sports Editor

February 4, 2018


Filed under Sports

1/31 - Men's Basketball earned its seventh victory of the season on LGBTQ Pride Hoops Night with a win over American International College (AIC) 66-61. After a tie game at the halftime, the Setters' offense stepped up with 44 points in the second half. Sophomore forward Peyton Wejnert led the way with...

Pace’s New Track Club Creates an Outlet for All Types of Runners

Pace’s New Track Club Creates an Outlet for All Types of Runners

Carmen Ballon, Feature Writer

February 3, 2018


Filed under Sports

Pace Track Club jump starts the semester with the hope to become a new collegiate team, while giving beginner runners an option to train as well. Ayanna Armstrong and Jaria Barrie, co-founders of Pace Track club, had their first official practice on Jan.30. “We started it to get back into shape,”...

Why Athletes Stop Playing

Why Athletes Stop Playing
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Kwadar Ray, Sports Editor

February 3, 2018


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Junior Charles Heady did not aim to be just another face on the football team when he arrived at Pace in 2015. Even though Heady loved being a good teammate-- he once taught the entire playbook to a teammate who transitioned from running back to wide receiver-- his goal was to go out on the playing...

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