Pace vs. Southern New Hampshire
April 7, 2012
The Game Story:
PLESANTVILLE, N.Y.- Senior Kevin Kadlick (Boston, Mass./Catholic Memorial) scored three goals as Pace defeated the Penmen of Southern New Hampshire 9-3 in Northeast-10 Conference action. The Setters improve to 4-4 overall and 3-2 in the Northeast-10, while the Penmen fall to 2-6 overall and 2-4 in the NE-10.

The Setters jumped out to a quick 2-0 lead in the first on goals by Kadlick and William Scioscia (Somerset, NJ/Immaculata). Pace continued its great play by adding two more goals by John Kolesar (Warwick, N.Y./Warwick Valley) and Tom Murphy (Yonkers, N.Y./Hastings). Pace led 4-0 midway through the second. Southern New Hampshire answered with a goal late in the quarter as Pace took a 4-1 lead going into the break.

In the third, Kadlick scored his second goal of the day in a man-down situation, giving Pace a 5-1 lead with 14:20 left. Southern New Hampshire netted a pair of goals to close the gap to 5-3 after three quarters of play.

In the fourth, Pace elevated its defense as they kept the Penmen off the board in the final quarter. The Setters offense answered with four unanswered goals by Kadlick, Matt Mirabito (Bethpage, N./Bethpage/Broome CC), Kolesar, and Scioscia to pull away from Southern New Hampshire and take the victory.

For Pace, Mirabito were led the Setters with four points on a goal and three assists, while Kolesar and Scioscia both had two goals each. Marty Schenllenbach (Ridge, N.Y./Longwood) and Kolesar both recorded six groundballs apiece. In goal for the Setters, Kevin Grady (Medford, N.Y./Bellport) was outstanding in net as he recorded 13 saves in 60 minutes of action.

The Setters return to action on Tuesday April 10 as they will host the Panthers of Adelphi University in Northeast-10 Conference action at 4:00 pm on Pace's Pleasantville campus.

During the game, the Pace Lacrosse team and the Michael Piegare Foundation teamed up to hold a fundraiser. Alumni, family and students were invited to the event and asked to contribute to the Michael Piegare Foundation at the gate. In total, the event raised over $600 for the Michael Piegare Foundation and the Setters beat Southern New Hampshire 9-3.