PLEASANTVILLE, N.Y. -- The Pace University Athletics Marketing and Promotions Department has announced the promotional schedule for the upcoming 2014 football season.
Due to renovations, all home games will be played at Anne M. Dorner Middle School in Ossining with kick-off for all contests scheduled for noon.
The Setters open the 2014 season against Alderson Broaddus University on Saturday, Sept. 6. The first 500 fans who take the shuttle bus from campus will receive Pace Wayfarer sunglasses. Donations will be accepted throughout the game for the National ALS Association.
The following weekend, Pace hosts Merrimack College for Military Appreciation Day. The first 500 fans who take the bus for the Saturday, Sept. 13 game will receive Pace Athletics dog tags. The next home game will be on Saturday, Sept. 20 as the Setters take on Southern Connecticut State University. The first 500 fans who take the bus to the game will receive a free Pace Athletics draw string bag.
The Setters return home on Saturday, Oct. 4 as Pace hosts LIU Post. The game will feature Take-A-Kid to the game. Setters squad game day T-shirts will be sold at the bus kiosks for $10 with $3 going to the P4K Dance Marathon.
Pace football will face Stonehill College on Oct. 18, which features the annual "Pace Goes Pink" game. The first 500 fans will receive "Pace Goes Pink" wristbands and the 2014 edition of the "Pace Goes Pink" T-shirt will be sold during the game for $5. All proceeds will be donated to the Northern Westchester Hospital Breast Institute.
Pace football ends its home schedule on Saturday, Nov. 1 with a game against University of New Haven. The graduating football seniors will be honored prior to the game and the first 500 fans to take the bus to the game will receive Pace Athletics phone wallets.
To view the complete 2014 Pace football schedule, click here.
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