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Pace Swimming and Diving Embraces Immigrants

Pace Swimming and Diving Embraces Immigrants

Sean Browne, Sports Editor
November 22, 2016 • 471 views
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Pace Men's and Women's Swimming and Diving teams have created a trend in recent years of recruiting players internationally and Head Coach Dan Allen wouldn't have it any other way. "In Division-II you get a lot of kids that express interest internationally," Allen said. "So I do not shy away from...

Football Player Downey’s Mother Gives Update on His Condition

Football Player Downey’s Mother Gives Update on His Condition

Sean Browne, Sports Editor
November 15, 2016 • 622 views
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Pace football player Zach Downey had a common cold on Oct. 3, but that cold turned out to be a pneumonia that has him fighting for his life. "It's literally like minute-to-minute and day-to-day," said Alanna Scheri Morcaldi, Downey's mother. Downey initially got the cold living in the Townhouses;...

Pace Soccer Reflects on Season After Losing Championship Game to Stonehill

Pace Soccer Reflects on Season After Losing Championship Game to Stonehill

Sean Browne, Sports Editor
November 15, 2016 • 312 views
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Pace Soccer looked back on this season fondly and shared optimism heading into next season, after losing in the Northeast-10 (NE-10) Championship Game 2-1 to Stonehill College on Nov. 6. "This was a great experience for our players and for our staff," said Head Coach Mike Winn, whose championship...

2016-17 Men’s Basketball Season Preview

2016-17 Men’s Basketball Season Preview

Sean Browne, Sports Editor
November 8, 2016 • 619 views
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Pace men's basketball is eager to step on the court this season with high expectations. Head Coach Matt Healing wants to see his players have cohesiveness coming off a 9-19 overall season last year. "Everybody is still jelling together and working hard," said Healing, who's entering his second...

How A Trip to Puerto Rico Changed A Basketball Player’s Game

How A Trip to Puerto Rico Changed A Basketball Player’s Game

Sean Browne, Sports Editor
November 8, 2016 • 263 views
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For Pace men's basketball player Victor Jusino, basketball isn't just a game. It is a lifestyle that has taken him to the island of Puerto Rico. "When I played in Puerto Rico I was representing my country," Jusino said. "It was a great experience, and I just learned so much ." The New Jersey native...

Goalkeeper Hayley Pascoal Propelling Women’s Soccer

Goalkeeper Hayley Pascoal Propelling Women’s Soccer

James Miranda, Feature Writer
November 1, 2016 • 477 views
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Pace soccer’s goalkeeper Hayley Pascoal is nervous before every game, but that may be the reason why the team is in the playoffs. The Freehold, NJ native began playing soccer at seven-years-old in recreational leagues, but didn’t take it seriously until sophomore year of high school. She was recruited...

A Near Death Experience Changed a Football Player’s Life

A Near Death Experience Changed a Football Player’s Life

Sean Browne, Sports Editor
November 1, 2016 • 467 views
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After almost dying in a car crash, Pace defensive back, Micah Hunter, never takes for granted life and football. "I did not think I was ever going to play football again," Hunter said. "I thought I was done." Upon graduating high school, the California native's plan was to play football at Culver...

Football Team Stands United in the Face of Controversy

Football Team Stands United in the Face of Controversy

Michelle Ricciardi, Editor in Chief
October 25, 2016 • 532 views
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Colin Kaepernick sparked national outrage back in August when he refused to stand during the National Anthem. He has even been accused of causing NFL ratings to drop this season, according to Fox News. In an interview with NFL Media, Kaepernick explained his reasoning behind his choice to kneel. ...

Basketball Transfer Makes A Final Stop At Pace

Basketball Transfer Makes A Final Stop At Pace

Sean Browne, Sports Editor
October 25, 2016 • 314 views
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Christian White has been on three college basketball teams in four years. He has always been unsure about where he would play next, but that was until he came to Pace. Out of high school, White was recruited to play basketball to Monmouth University, and while he enjoyed the school and team, he needed...

African Swimmer Standing High Atop The Podiums At Pace

African Swimmer Standing High Atop The Podiums At Pace

Sean Browne, Sports Editor
October 18, 2016 • 629 views
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One of Pace's most successful men’s swimmers this year, Andresious Cyprianos, has received multiple awards and honors, something he would have never dreamed of growing up in Zimbabwe. Swimming has been a passion of Cyprianos since his childhood in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe. Growing up in a third-world...

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