Intramurals and Recreation

The Intramurals and Recreation Department offers you a full program of organized competition in a number of events throughout the year. Intramural sports include volleyball, basketball, football, soccer, and dodgeball. Intramural activities emphasize group spirit and the enjoyment of sports in a less competitive context. Club teams may be formed under the joint auspices of the Athletics Department and the Student Development Office. For more information on the intramurals and recreation department or to sign up for a sport, visit pacesettersathletics.com/recreation.

New York City Campus (212) 346–1052
Pleasantville (914) 773–3275

Physical Recreation and Athletic Facilities

New York City Campus

On campus

Gymnasium, C-level, West Wing: basketball, volleyball, badminton, and aerobic dance. Showers and lockers are available. Fitness Center, C-level, West Wing: free weights, exercise bikes, rowing and cross-country ski machines, and stair climbers. Showers and lockers are available.

Off campus

East River Park (day-time use), located approximately one mile from the New York City campus between the East River and FDR Drive: walking and jogging paths, tennis courts, handball courts, athletic fields suitable for football, rugby, soccer, lacrosse, softball, and Frisbee.

Westchester Campus

On campus

Goldstein Health, Fitness, and Recreation Center

The $17 million, 75,000-square foot fitness center is home to the Pace University men's and women's basketball, volleyball, and swimming and diving teams. The facility was completed in 2002 and includes a state-of-the-art arena with 2,400-seat capacity, aerobics and dance room, an eight-lane swimming pool, an elevated indoor track, and a weight training and fitness center.

Pace students can enjoy the many amenities the facility has to offer by participating in intramurals and recreation, physical education classes, and Pace athletics contests. The Goldstein Health, Fitness, and Recreation Center is home to the offices of the Athletics Department and the University's Health Care unit. Showers and lockers are available.

Athletics fields, adjacent to the Athletics Field House: football, lacrosse, softball, baseball, and Frisbee.

Walking-jogging track, around baseball field: a crushed-stone track, just shy of one quarter of a mile long.

Three Tennis courts, adjacent to Willcox Hall
Outdoor volleyball and basketball courts, adjacent to Martin and North Halls and in the Townhouse area.

Off campus

Rockefeller State Park (day-time use): Preserve entrance off Route 117 east, approximately one and a half miles west of Pleasantville on Route 117. Lakes, woodlands, meadows, shady river lanes, and panoramic vistas are ideal for strolling, jogging, and cross country skiing in this 750-acre park.

Briarcliff

On Westchester campus Dow Hall, dance studio next to fitness center: dance classes, jazz, aerobics, and yoga

Tennis courts, southeast corner of campus: eight medium-fast, competition quality tennis courts

Athletics fields, southwest corner of campus: suitable for football, softball, soccer, Frisbee, and lacrosse

Outdoor basketball court, adjacent to Howard Johnson Hall and Valley House

Off campus

Briarcliff High School track, Pleasantville Road, Briarcliff: this quarter-mile track, suitable for walking, jogging, and competitive running, is available to the community and is subject to school board regulations.

Pace Law School

On campus, 78 North Broadway: all recreational facilities and intramural programs are open to graduate students enrolled for classes at the Lubin Graduate Center. Facilities include tennis court, basketball court, volleyball, fitness center (Dannat Residence Hall), and playing field. Kearney Gymnasium on the campus of Good Counsel Academy is the facility used for indoor intramural activities including basketball and volleyball. For more information on facilities and programs, contact Student Life at (914) 422–4149.