Our Congratulations go to the Pace 2016 Tulane National Arbitration team that placed ninth overall out of forty teams at the ninth annual Tulane National Baseball Arbitration Competition. The competition was held January 20-22, 2016 in New Orleans, Louisiana. It was hosted by Tulane Law School and was established by the Tulane Sports Law Society. This year’s competition problem involved the salary arbitration of Kole Calhoun, D.J. LeMahieu and Nathan Eovaldi. W. Paul Alvarez (3L), Bryan Kelly (2L) and Steven Stieglitz (3L) represented Pace Law School at the competition. The team was coached by Pace Alumni Dan Masi.
In the first arbitration proceeding, Pace faced off against Louisiana State University Law School. Steven and Bryan successfully represented the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim and won this round. In the second arbitration proceeding, Pace faced off against Notre Dame Law School. Bryan and Paul represented the Colorado Rockies but did not win this round. In the third arbitration proceeding, Pace faced off against Northern Kentucky Law School. Paul and Steven successfully represented Nathan Eovaldi and won this round.
The team and coach were honored to represent Pace Law School by going 2-1 and finishing in the top ten of this competition.
Congratulations to Paul, Bryan and Steven on a great performance!