This Week in Pace Sports 9/28-9/30

Kwadar Ray, Managing Editor

9/29 – Pace Men’s and Women’s Cross Country had an impressive outing, finishing 30th and 27th place respectively in the 44th Annual Paul Short Run in Bethlehem, PA.

9/28-9/30 – Pace Field Hockey defeated University of New Haven and Molloy College by scores of 6-0 and 5-0. Senior goalkeeper Lesley Sanchez Alvarez now has six shutouts this season. With the win over Molloy, the Setters are now 9-1, which ties the record for most wins in the program’s history.

9/30 – Pace Women’s Soccer came away with a 2-0 road victory over Merrimack College. The Setters are now 5-5 and 4-2 in the NE-10 Conference.

9/30 – Pace Women’s Volleyball competed in a pair of matches in Rochester, NY. The team defeated Roberts Wesleyan College 3-1 in the first game, but fell to Daemen College 3-1 in the second game. They are now 5-10.

9/30 – Pace Football defeated Bentley University 20-17 at Pace Stadium. The Setters’ defense, which was led by fourth-year junior defensive back B’Jon Couther who racked up nine tackles and an interception, gave great effort against Bentley’s high-powered offense. Running back Jhalen Bien-Aime led the offense with 153 yards from scrimmage. The Setters are now 3-2 heading into its bye week.