THE PACE CHRONICLE

$2 million Athletic Gym AKA Ianniello Fieldhouse exclusive to athletes

$2 million Athletic Gym AKA Ianniello Fieldhouse exclusive to athletes

Christina Bubba, Feature Editor

February 22, 2019


Filed under Sports

Student athletes at Pace have duel access to both on campus gyms. They have access to the Goldstein Recreation Center like the rest of their peers, along with  exclusive access to the Ianniello Fieldhouse, which was designed specifically for student athletes. The Fieldhouse was funded by Pace graduate...

Sticking to The East Coast: Football’s Recruiting Method

Sticking to The East Coast: Football’s Recruiting Method

Justis Nieves, Contributing Writer

February 16, 2019


Filed under Sports

In the college football world, the spring semester signifies the end of the season. Players get a chance to unwind before workouts start up again to prepare for that first game in September. For coaches on the other hand, the end of fall signals the start to a new season: recruiting. Recruiting season...

Kickbox with Joann: Feel the Burn and Want to Return

Kickbox with Joann: Feel the Burn and Want to Return

Sequoia Cumming, Sports Editor

February 16, 2019


Filed under Featured Sports Story, Sports

For the past decade, spunky and smiling Joann Hamilton has taught Zumba, Toning, and Kickboxing classes in the Goldstein Fitness Center. On Tuesday and Thursday evenings, offers classes to people of all ages, from Pleasantville residents to Pace students. After a diagnosis of high blood pressure and...

Pace Swimming and Diving Teams using Victorious NE-10 Championship as Momentum for 2020

Pace Swimming and Diving Teams using Victorious NE-10 Championship as Momentum for 2020

Sequoia Cumming, Sports Editor

February 16, 2019


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Pace men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams completed the NE-10 Conference Championships meet with a surprising finish. The Setters accumulated over 1,000 points from Feb. 7-Feb. 10, encouraging the men’s record-setting third place end and the women’s fourth place end. Among the victorious...

Men’s Club Soccer Team Petitions for more Funding

Sequoia Cumming, Sports Editor

February 11, 2019


Filed under Sports

For those who have visited Pace's campus in the past week, chances are they came across a few young men with clipboards, asking for signatures. These young men are athletes on the Pace men’s club soccer team, and they have a vision of a new upgrade to their program. While Pace does have a NCAA D-II...

The Road from High School Football All-Stars to Pace Setters

The Road from High School Football All-Stars to Pace Setters

Sequoia Cumming, Sports Editor

February 9, 2019


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Pace football's historic 2018 season has led 23 high school student-athletes to commit to becoming the future of the program. Each athlete has gone through evaluation by area coaches, position coaches, offensive and defensive coordinators, and finally by Head Coach Andrew Rondeau. Rondeau unders...

Men’s Basketball Outlasts Stonehill in 79-68 Win

Men’s Basketball Outlasts Stonehill in 79-68 Win

Tyaire Joseph, Contributing/Sports Writer

January 31, 2019


Filed under Sports

Men's basketball squared off against Stonehill College Tuesday night in what was seen as a game of runs.  The Setters improved to 13-8 overall and 7-6 in conference play with this win despite a second half surge by Stonehill. Offense was the key for the Setters, as they shot 52.7 percent from the...

Women’s Basketball’s Recent Struggles Continue in Close Loss to Stonehill

Women’s Basketball’s Recent Struggles Continue in Close Loss to Stonehill

Justis Nieves, Contributing Writer

January 31, 2019


Filed under Sports

Women's basketball fell just short to 14-5 Stonehill Tuesday night at the Goldstein Fitness Center, losing 64-59. The Setters were aggressive right from the get-go, as they established early on that every point for Stonehill will be earned and not given, by sitting in a 2-3 zone defense in the ha...

Three Ups, Three Downs from Men’s Basketball’s Loss to Southern Connecticut State

Three Ups, Three Downs from Men’s Basketball’s Loss to Southern Connecticut State

Tyaire Joseph, Contributing/Sports Writer

December 10, 2018


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In what was a true thriller, men's basketball came up short this past Saturday against Southern Connecticut State University. The game, which ended in overtime, saw Southern Connecticut escape with the 86-82 win. The game featured nine lead changes, eight ties, and even a miraculous buzzer beating shot...

Men’s Basketball off to Best Start to Season since 2004

Men’s Basketball off to Best Start to Season since 2004

Justis Nieves, Contributing Writer

December 8, 2018


Filed under Sports

With about a third of their season complete, Pace basketball currently holds a 7-3 record. Seven victories is not only one win short of the team's overall win total last season, but it is also the team's best start to a season since 2004. Before their overtime loss this past Saturday to Southern Connecticut Stat...

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