Heaping Helpings of Hoops
Turkey day is a time for family, food, and, if you didn’t know already, college basketball. If you bleed blue and gold, be sure to feast on the following action all week long!
Women’s Basketball vs. College of Saint Rose
Tuesday, November 22 | 5:30 p.m. | Goldstein Fitness Center
Before you gobble up that turkey, dive into some Setter hoops as they joust the Golden Knights of St. Rose College. This is the Setters first NE-10 home game of the season, and they will certainly be looking to make a strong statement early in the year.
Men’s Basketball vs. College of Saint Rose
Tuesday, November 22 | 7:30 p.m. | Goldstein Fitness Center
Grab a second helping of hoops with the men’s squad, who will also be facing off against the Golden Knights in their first NE-10 home game of the year.
Women’s Basketball vs. Post University
Saturday, November 26 | 3:00 p.m. | Goldstein Fitness Center
Come watch the women’s team clip the Eagles of Post University. This is Pace’s last game before a particularly important NE-10 conference stretch, so the Setters will want to be firing on all cylinders.
Men’s Basketball vs. Post University
Sunday, November 27 | 3:00 p.m. | Goldstein Fitness Center
Hold on to Thanksgiving break just a liiittle bit longer (and avoid that fourth afternoon of leftovers), by cheering on the men’s basketball squad as they battle Post University.
New York City: get ready for the Big Apple Blue Out, coming to the Civic Center Gym on November 30!
Don't have your Pace gear ready for bball season? Get your Pace swag at http://www.paceteamshop.com/.
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