Athletics Roundup: Fall 2018 (PLV)
Can’t get enough of Pace Athletics? Neither can we. Keep your eye on their next big events: Setters Madness (Tuesday, October 30), Pace Goes Pink (Friday, November 2), and more!
Men’s and Women’s Basketball Kickoff
Tuesday, October 30 | 9:15 p.m. | Goldstein Fitness Center
Cheer and dance performances. Co-ed scrimmage. Half-court shot contest. Cash prize. Free food. Are you ready for Setters Madness? This is a hugely popular event, so get there early!
Pace Goes Pink
Swimming and Diving vs. Adelphi University
Friday, November 2 | 5:00 p.m. | Goldstein Fitness Center
It’s time to go paw to paw with Adelphi. Don’t forget about Pace Goes Pink, either—all proceeds from t-shirt sales will be donated to benefit the Breast Institute at Northern Westchester Hospital.
Volleyball vs. Bentley University
Friday, November 2 | 7:00 p.m. | Goldstein Fitness Center
One does not simply hawk into this game. Be there when our Setters dodge Bentley’s talons—and watch the feathers fly!
Football vs. Merrimack College
Saturday, November 3 | 12:00 p.m. | Pace Stadium
You battle believe this game will be a fierce one. It’s also Senior Day, which means the first 500 fans in attendance get a free T-Bone bobblehead collectable (and it’s actually pretty cute).
Volleyball vs. Stonehill College
Saturday, November 3 | 1:00 p.m. | Goldstein Fitness Center
It’s a bird, it’s a plane—it’s Stonehill swooping in, and our Setters are ready to take on those talons. Be there for all the action!
Field Hockey vs. Merrimack College
Saturday, November 3 | 4:00 p.m. | Peter X. Finnerty Field
You won’t need knight vision glasses to catch this game. It’s Setters vs. the Merrimack Knights, so grab your squire and hit the field.
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Rachel Vetterman ’22 transferred to Pace to pursue a combined degree: a BA in Childhood Education and an MSEd in Special Education. She’s passionate about supporting all the students she’s worked with, but it was one moment on the job that really changed her perspective.
The Passionate Educator
Gabriela Wojcik ’21 is a first-gen American who transferred to Pace eager to explore all the opportunities her Communication Studies major offered. She’s the current vice president of Tau Sigma, and she hopes to guide other transfer students, too.
The Vice President
On Tuesday, October 20, Emmy Award-winning actor and political activist Richard Schiff will talk all things politics with Pace President Marvin Krislov. Schiff will also discuss his role in the hit drama series The West Wing, and how life often imitates art.
Talking Points with Richard Schiff