September 26, 2022

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March Madness: Women’s Basketball Wins East Regional Title; Moves on To NCAA Elite 8

For the third time in school historical past, Tempo Women’s Basketball will symbolize the East in the Division II NCAA Women’s Basketball Event Quarterfinals. The Tempo women’s basketball software has been to the Elite 8 two times prior to in 2001 and 1985. The team will vacation to Birmingham, AL, March 21–25, as the East Regional Champions.

When most of the Pace University college students relished a 7 days off for spring crack, the Rate Setter women’s basketball team continued to signify the College on the national scale, continuing on a magical postseason match operate. On Monday, March 14, No. 7 seed Rate defeated 8-seeded Daemon University, 67-65 in the NCAA Division II Women’s Basketball Event East Regional closing (Total Recap). Pace College will symbolize the East Location in the NCAA Quarterfinals upcoming week in Birmingham, AL. The Setters’ victory over the Daemon Wildcats capped off a triumphant regional that also featured wins in excess of next-seeded Chestnut Hill College or university and 3rd-seeded USciences. The Regional was hosted by Southern New Hampshire University in Manchester, NH.

Head Coach Carrie Seymour is in her 30th yr at the helm of Pace’s women’s basketball workforce. This season, she topped the 500-earn plateau and helped steer the Setters to a 24-7 time so much, capturing a piece of the Northeast-10 Meeting Southwest Division typical-year title. Seymour Seymour is assisted on the sideline by Pace College alumna Brittany Shields ’13. Shields performed beneath Seymour from 2008-2013 and was a element of a few NCAA Tournament teams.

Signing up for Speed in Birmingham will be Glenville State, Grand Valley State, Missouri Western, North Ga, Valdosta Point out, West Texas A&M and Western Washington. Opponents, video game times and seeds will be declared on NCAA.com.

Observe the #DancinDawgs as they continue on their quest for their very first NCAA Women’s Basketball event title by subsequent @PaceWBB or @PaceUAthletics on social media or PaceUAthletics.com.