Now showing items 1798-1817 of 1874

    • Gary Leroy Baum ’63 

      Captain of Pingry’s First Undefeated Varsity Soccer Team, All-State Soccer Player and Lacrosse Standout Quick and tenacious, this natural athlete and team leader left his mark in the annals of both Pingry soccer and ...
    • Guy Harrington Leedom ’54 

      Gridiron Captain, Superb on the Baseball Diamond, Skillful on the Basketball Court Seven Varsity letters, a state basketball championship, and an undefeated football season are just a sampling of the accomplishments ...
    • Harold Monier ’28 

      Captain of Record-Breaking 1927-28 Basketball Team Harold Monier excelled in basketball during his senior year at Pingry. In addition to serving as captain of the 1927-28 Basketball Team, Harold was the team’s highest ...
    • Herbert E. Manvel ’97 

      All-Time Great on the Cinder Track Modest, yet illustrious, this star athlete was the key to Pingry’s outstanding track records of the 1890’s. Dedicated Team Captain, he led Pingry to the 1897 New Jersey Interscholastic ...
    • Herbert H. Busch Jr. ’55 

      Quietly Modest, Exceptional Athlete It would never occur to Herb Busch to acknowledge the dominant role he played in Pingry and Union County athletics. Pingry competitors built their game strategy around blocking him ...
    • Hughes Westcott “Scotty” Cunningham ’38 

      All-State Athlete in Basketball Baseball, and Football and Winner of 13 Varsity Letters in Four Sports Outstanding athlete, former headmaster, and parent of two Pingry graduates, “Scotty” Cunningham lettered at Pingry ...
    • J. Michael Lalley 

      Athletic Trainer Devoted Decades to Caring for Students. For 33 years, beginning in 1973, Pingry students benefited from John Michael Lalley’s knowledge in the training room, on the athletic fields, and in the ...
    • J. Owen Tully ’94 

      Leader of Three Teams Earned Honors and Set Standards J. Owen Tully was a giant on the football and lacrosse fields and on the ice. At six feet, five inches, Owen towered over most of the players in each sport he ...
    • Jake Ross ’96 

      Three Sport Athlete and Captain Jake Ross demonstrated his versatility on three varsity teams: soccer (three letters), ice hockey (four letters), and baseball (four letters). In his senior year, he served as captain ...
    • James A. Petrie III ’60 

      Captain of Soccer Team Member of All-County Soccer Team James Petrie’s multi-faceted athletic skills earned him many Varsity letters and honors. At Pingry he played soccer, lacrosse and ice hockey. Petrie was a very ...
    • James R. Heekin ’67 

      Six Varsity Letter, Gridiron and Lacrosse Captain For James Heekin ‘67, good things came in threes. For three years he was a starter on the Varsity football team as an offensive guard and middle linebacker. It was ...
    • Jamil David McClintock '04 

      Champion Hurdler Recognized for his Dedication to the Sport One of the most talented and versatile runners ever to grace the Pingry track, Jamil McClintock continually refined his natural abilities through perseverance ...
    • Jay Antonelli ’88 

      Pingry’s First Individual District Wrestling Champ Jay Antonelli won two varsity letters in both football and lacrosse, and served as captain of the football team his senior year. Yet, his major achievements at Pingry ...
    • Jill S. Tirpack ’80 

      All-American High School Athlete National Junior Olympic Swimmer Jill Tirpack began her Pingry athletic career when she entered the school in her sophomore year. She was a dedicated and skillful athlete, earning Varsity ...
    • John "Mags" Magadini 

      "Affectionately known as “Mags” within the Pingry community, John Magadini was Head Coach of the boys’ ice hockey team for 20 years. A lifelong coach who brought decades of experience to the bench when he joined Big Blue, ...
    • John C. McClain ’45 

      A Shrewd and Intelligent Leader and a Man for All Seasons A batting and pitching champion, “Red” McClain set an athletic record at Pingry seldom seen by his contemporaries. Captain of both the baseball and football ...
    • John Emery “Lank” Seibert ’29 

      Gentleman, Sportsman, and Pingry’s First Basketball Star. In his junior year at Pingry, Lank Seibert played on the great 1928 team which won 15 of 19 games, and he captained the squad his senior year. His Pingry ...
    • John G. Manley ’60 

      Basketball Team Captain Youth Sports Leader. “John has made a respectable name for himself in his community by taking great interest in the training of young athletes,” begins John G. Manley’s entry in the 1960 Bluebook. ...
    • John H Emery, Jr. ’44 

      Gifted Athlete and All-State Gridiron Player Who Knew the True Meaning of Sportsmanship. This outstanding Pingry athlete’s consummate love for sports, his superior natural ability, competitive spirit and powers ...
    • John H. Laporte, Jr. ’63 

      Nine-Letter Man Excels in His Chosen Sports. In the 1963 Bluebook, John “Jack” Laporte wrote that Pingry offers challenges that will prepare each student better for later life. Jack faced each of his athletic challenges ...