Madness

It may not be March yet, but that doesn’t mean that there isn’t some serious Madness going on in PLV’s Goldstein Fitness Center.

On October 21, the doors at Goldstein will open up at 9:00 p.m. for a night of Madness.

More than just a men’s and women’s basketball team scrimmage, the night includes performances by the dance team and cheerleaders, a 3-point shot contest, Greek Challenge, and chance to win $15,000. What was that? FIFTEEN THOUSAND DOLLARS.

Oh, and the first 200 fans to arrive get a Madness t-shirt. Need we say more? Check out the Madness promo video above and make sure to check out some more Athletics videos on YouTube.

GOOOAAALLLL!

Our Mom taught us to never go through life without goals. So meet us at the Pace Field on September 25 for some serious goal-scoring. Thanks, Mom!

September 25 is Pace Soccer Alumni Day and Women’s Youth Soccer Day, so stop by the Pace Field in Briarcliff, as the women’s soccer team takes on St. Michael’s.

And bring your soccer-playing siblings and/or kids in uniform, as all youth soccer players who attend will get free popcorn and soda, and a chance to score a goal against T-Bone at half-time!

If you prefer cheering to watching, tryouts for the 2010-2011 Cheerleading Squad will be that morning at 10:30 a.m. so click here for the info you’ll need before you wow us with your jumps, stunts, and pep.

Taking You Out to the Home Games

Pace football welcomes alumni and children this weekend, and women’s soccer and volleyball both go in for the kill. Let’s not forget your chance to play some intramural sports. Here’s what’s going on in Setters sports.

This Saturday, September 18, Pace football packs the stands with Take a Kid to the Game Day and Alumni Day. Bring your little brothers, sisters, kids, etc. free of charge with a paying adult. And make sure to get there early as alumni will take part in a flag football game at 10:00 a.m. The Setters take on Southern Connecticut State and kickoff is at 1:00 p.m.

On September 21, watch the women’s soccer team put up some goals against Stonehill and make sure to catch the women’s volleyball team serve, spike, and kill against New Haven.

If you’re interested in getting off the stands and onto the fields, courts, etc. then intramural sports is the way to go. Register for intramural flag football, indoor soccer, ultimate frisbee, and whiffleball by September 22.

The Game Plan

While Football’s away, the Women’s Soccer and Volleyball teams will play. Check out what’s going in Setters Sports this weekend.

With football playing an away game against Stonehill on September 10, you may think turning to ESPN is your only option for catching a good game. But you’d be wrong, since the Women’s Soccer and Volleyball teams are both around to set, spike, and score this weekend.

Catch Women’s Volleyball take on Caldwell in a match on September 10 and then see the Women’s Soccer team in action against American Int’l on September 12. Keep your eye out for goalkeeper Courtany Hagen, who posted a .50 goals against average and 18 saves in the first week of the season, earning her the Northeast-10 Conference Goalkeeper of the Week Award.

Are You Ready for Some Football?

If not, you will be this weekend when college football kicks off in a big way on the PLV campus. Otherwise, there’s women’s soccer and volleyball, and a whole lot more Setters sports coming up to keep you cheering.


If football is your first round pick, then you’re going to want to get to the Setters non-conference home opener on September 4 against East Stroudsburg at 1:00 p.m.

Rather belt out goooooooooal?  Then September 4 is for soccer, women’s soccer, where you’ll see the Setters bend it like Beckham against NYIT. If you can’t wait that long, get your kicks at their home opener today, September 2.

See the Setters set, spike, and kill away on September 3, 4, and 8, or wait for their first home women’s volleyball game of the season on September 10 against Caldwell.

Or, if you really want to be aggressive, B-E aggressive, then find out how you can become a half-time entertainer (cheerleading squad, dance, pep band, twirlers, etc.) or national anthem singer here.