PLEASANTVILLE, N.Y. -- The Pace University football team has announced its 2014 schedule that features six home games and four road games.
Due to renovation for the university's master plan, all home games will be played at Anne M. Dorner Middle School in Ossining with kickoff for all six games scheduled for noon.
The renovation on Pace's fields is scheduled to begin in September and is expected to be completed by the end of 2014. The current football field will be getting an artificial turf surface with lights, press box and seating for 1,000 fans.
The Setters open the 2014 season with three home games as they will face non-conference opponent Alderson Broaddus on Saturday, Sept. 6, followed by Northeast-10 Conference games against Merrimack and Southern Connecticut.
The remainder of the home schedule features LIU Post on Saturday, Oct. 4, Stonehill on Saturday, Oct. 18 and New Haven for their final regular season home contest on Saturday, Nov. 1. To view the complete 2014 Pace football schedule, click here.
Parking at Anne M. Dorner Middle School will be extremely limited. The parking lots open at 10:30 a.m. No tailgating or barbecuing is permitted. If the parking lots fill, there will be no additional parking available on the streets surrounding Anne M. Dorner Middle School.
Transportation to each Pace football home game will be offered through a shuttle bus system that will begin at 10:30 a.m. on game day. Bus stops will be in front of North Hall on the Pleasantville campus and in front of Dow Hall on the Briarcliff campus.
Kiosks will be set up at each bus stop providing game day information, Setter Squad student fan zone t-shirts for sale for $10 and promotional items will be distributed throughout the season for all fans who take the shuttle bus. Coffee will also be provided courtesy of Residential Life.
For all 2014 game day information, click here.
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