Setter Sports

Football scores with cook-offs and crownings; soccer kicks cancer to the curb; volleyball digs super heroes and girl scout cookies; and more. Here’s what’s happening in sportsland.

Football
Saturday, October 26
1:00 p.m.
Pace Field
Nothing says homecoming better than some football. And the Setters 5K Fun Run. And a chili cook-off with Dean Lisa. And the Homecoming king and queen crowning. And giveaways for the first 1,000 fans. And a half-time performance by the Pace Drum Line. And tons of pre-game festivities. And did we mention football? We maybe be 0-6, but don’t make any assumptions about this game. The Pace Setters have more than just bark ready for the Assumption Greyhounds. So head to the field to find out who will come out the top dog. Alright, we’ll stop now.

Women’s Soccer
Saturday, October 26
3:30 p.m.
Briarcliff Field
Split your time between the football field and futbol field during Homecoming weekend as we honor our senior Setters at Senior Day. During the pregame ceremonies, each senior will be recognized for their hard work and dedication as a student-athlete.

Tuesday, October 29
3:30 p.m.
Briarcliff Field
Women’s soccer looks to “fin”ish the season strong at their final home game against the Le Moyne Dolphins. The game will do double-duty and give cancer a butt-kicking, as the Student Athletic Advisory Committee (SAAC), in partnership with the student org Colleges Against Cancer (CAC), host the annual Pace Goes Pink game at 3:30 p.m. Fans have the opportunity to purchase $5 “Pace Goes Pink” t-shirts, with all of the proceeds going towards the Northern Westchester Hospital Breast Institute.

Volleyball
Friday, November 1
7:00 p.m.
Goldstein Fitness Center
Spiking and Super-Man. Kills and Catwoman. Volleyball hosts Super Hero Night, so put on your capes and spandex and head to the Fitness Center for some fun costumes and candy, pizza, and a prize for the best costume.

Saturday, November 2
1:00 p.m.
Goldstein Fitness Center
Thin mints. Samoas. Tagalongs. Do-si-dos. It’s about time. The Girl Scouts are known for building courage, confidence, and character…and selling the best cookies around. If you needed a reason to catch the women’s volleyball team in action, now you have a few dozen. So pick up your cookies and celebrate the girls that sell them. You’re welcome berry munch.