Athletics

Pace University offers sixteen athletics team opportunities for incoming and current students to be apart of. In addition, Pace also has seasonal intramural teams that non-athletes and athletes out of season can participate in.

Men have the option of participating in Baseball, Basketball, Cross Country, Football, Lacrosse or Swimming and Diving.

Women’s sports at Pace include Basketball, Cross Country, Field Hockey, Lacrosse, Soccer, Softball, Swimming and Diving, Volleyball, Cheerleading and Dance.

Pace University has recently redone the athletics fields and opportunities by building a new state of the art gym, Ianniello Field House which has a large strength and conditioning room solely for athletes, in addition to conference rooms that range from small team meetings to large athletics seminars.

In addition, there is the Peter X. Finnerty Field where Baseball and Field Hockey games are played on new turf. There is the Goldstein Health, Fitness and Recreation Center where all students are free and able to use the gym equipment, run the track or play intramurals in the large multipurpose gym. Lastly, there is a newly constructed softball field which includes seating for fans, a press box, two fully covered dugouts and a functional scoreboard.

Pace University’s masterplan has greatly added to the opportunities students can find on campus, and especially for incoming freshman and prospective students that are seeking athletics in college, Pace now offers newly designed fields, state of the art facilities and several sports teams.

For more information: http://www.paceuathletics.com

 

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