Pace Football Goes Off for 51 Points in Win Over Stonehill


PLEASANTVILLE, N.Y. – Scoring their most points in a game since 1987, the Pace University football team collected their first home win of the season in dominant fashion, defeating Stonehill 51-30 on Saturday. The Setters improve to 3-2 overall on the season and are now 2-2 in conference play. Inside the Numbers *Recording more than 450 yards for a second consecutive game, the Setter offense was firing on all cylinders throughout the day. Carlton Aiken (Gibbstown, NJ/Paulsboro) had another stellar performance, completing 17-of-his 20 pass attempts for 240 yards and four touchdowns. He added 48 yards on the ground, and was credited with a receiving touchdown on his own pass that was deflected. *Pace ran for 221 total yards on the ground with three different rushers finding the endzone. Jhalen Bien-Aime (Dorchester, MA/Bridgton Academy) led the attack with 138 yards and a touchdown, while Aiken and Kashmier Jackson (Sterling, VA/Potomac Falls) also collected rushing TDs. Bien-Aime is now 18 yards shy of breaking the program's all-time career rushing record. *Adrian Rybaltowski (Howell, NJ/Freehold Township) was Aiken's favorite target, hauling in five receptions for 133 yards and a pair of touchdowns in a career-best day. Phyll Thomas (New London, CT/Bridgton Academy) collected his first touchdown of the seas