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The Pace University football team will take part in the “Pace Goes Pink” program when it faces Bentley University on Saturday.  Photo courtesy of Pace Athletics

The Pace University football team will take part in the “Pace Goes Pink” program when it faces Bentley University on Saturday.
Photo courtesy of Pace Athletics

MOUNT PLEASANT, N.Y. – The Pace University football team will participate in the “Pace Goes Pink” program when it takes on Northeast-10 Conference foe Bentley University on Saturday.

The school will sell “Pace Goes Pink” T-shirts at the game for $5 apiece, and the proceeds will go toward Northern Westchester Hospital’s Breast Institute. The game also will serve as “Take-A-Kid to the Game Day,” and all children ages 12 and younger will receive free admission. Finally, the game also will act as Sophomore Appreciation Day.

Pace (0-5, 0-4) is still searching for its first win of the season, while Bentley is 3-2 overall and 2-2 in conference play. The Setters’ losses have been mostly lopsided this season, with defeats at Alderson Broaddus (31-28), at New Haven (65-0), against American International (48-27), at Merrimack (66-14) and at Southern Connecticut State (47-18).

The game, which is scheduled for kickoff at 1 p.m., will be just the second home game for Pace this season.

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