PLEASANTVILLE, N.Y. -- Students from Pace University athletics teams, Greek life and extracurricular programs participated in the Susan G. Komen Race for a Cure and won the largest team for a university on Sunday, Sept. 7.
Members of the Pace University softball, volleyball, men's lacrosse, women's basketball teams and the Greek organization Nu Zeta Phi all participated in the event. Lisa Bardill Moscaritolo, Pace University associate vice president and dean for students, also attended.
For the Pace softball team, 2014 was the sixth year that members took part in the event. The Susan G. Komen foundation is the leading breast cancer researcher and fundraiser in the world. The foundation has raised over $2.5 billion since the foundation's inception in 1982. The event was held in New York's Central Park. "I am so pleased to be involved in this event for the sixth straight year with my team," said Claudia Stabile, associate athletic director and softball head coach.
"Pace University was once again well-represented as the softball, volleyball, men's lacrosse and women's basketball teams joined a large group of Pace University students."