Line Up for Fall Football (PLV)
You can always count on a few fall semester staples: pumpkin spice lattes, nature’s changing colors, and plenty of cleats hitting the Pace Stadium field. That’s right: the 2018 football schedule just dropped, so mark your calendars!
Football games at Pace do more than just provide entertainment: they help build a positive community on campus and encourage Setter pride (seriously, everyone gets decked out). You don’t have to be a major sports fan to have a good time!
Add the following dates to your calendar and be sure to invite your friends. We’ll keep you updated with more dates and times—all leading up to homecoming!
Saturday, September 8
Football vs. University of New Haven
It’s time for Blue Out! A free t-shirt will be given to the first 500 fans in attendance.
Friday, September 21
Football vs. Assumption College
This is a Pace Goes Pink event to benefit the Breast Institute at Northern Westchester Hospital. Buy a pink t-shirt from the Student Athlete Advisory Committee! All funds will go toward cancer research.
Saturday, September 29
Football vs. Stonehill College
Our Setters are raising awareness about Duchenne muscular dystrophy through Coach to Cure MD! Be there to support them in this very important cause.
Saturday, October 27
Football vs. Southern Connecticut State University
It’s Homecoming! Keep your eye out for ticket information, because PLV will be packed with fans. We can’t wait to celebrate with you as our Setters fight for victory!
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