Pace University - Westchester is a Division II. Team with 21 NCAA teams. Pace offers teams such as: football, men and women basketball, and volleyball just to name a few. Pace also has intramural sports for students that don't want to play competitive but for fun.
Depending on how you look at it sports can either be a big thing or not. Pace
In the downtown campus organized sports is limited. The sports played are recreational and switch from Fall to Spring. Sports includes volleyball, soccer, hockey, and basketball. The Pleasantville campus has all the division sports.
Sports are big at Pace even if our football team doesn't play very well. Our volleyball, soccer, basketball, and swim teams are all pretty good, and athletes make up a large portion of the student body. We're Division 2 so sports aren't everything, but the athletes are pushed hard and Pace supports them.
The sports culture is rather non-existent on the NYC campus. Our focus is on academics.
All the sports are at the other campus, sorry
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