The varsity girls tennis team defeated Lovett at Berry College in Rome, Georgia on May 8 to win the state championship and become back-to-back champions. “The girls were disappointed last year when we didn’t have the chance to defend our title, so it was especially nice to do it thisContinue Reading

Ten members of the Pace Academy senior class will be playing their sport in college, taking part in the NCAA signing ceremony on Feb. 7. Each of these athletes will be attending a different university, representing seven different Pace sports.  Choosing the right college is a long and difficult processContinue Reading

On Saturday, May 8, the varsity boys tennis team headed to Berry College in Rome, Georgia to compete in the state finals against region rival Lovett. The boys knew that it would be a tough match. Having played Lovett twice before this year, beating them 3-2 in the regular seasonContinue Reading

The spring is by far Pace’s busiest sports season with seven different sports and 19 teams.  Baseball: The baseball team is loaded with talent this season, including MLB prospect and Vanderbilt commit, junior RJ Austin. Austin’s incredible talent including his 94 mph fastball has attracted MLB scouts to come outContinue Reading

As the Super Bowl on Feb. 7 capped the NFL season, the league saw two Pace alumni make a difference for their pro teams. This year,  Andrew Thomas ’17 and Sam Sloman ’16 completed their rookie seasons with the New York Giants and the Tennessee Titans, respectively.  In 2015, theContinue Reading

GIRLS SOCCER With the beginning of second semester, spring sports began early tryouts, practices, and games. After their 2020 seasons were cut short by COVID-19, many teams are looking to make up for lost time. One of these teams is the varsity girls soccer team. “I think we could’ve doneContinue Reading

Dr. Troy Baker joined the Pace community in 2015 as Director of Athletics. But this school year, he left that role for the newly created position of Director of Student Life. In addition, he continues to serve as head coach for the varsity girls basketball team. Now, Head of SchoolContinue Reading