Now showing items 1838-1857 of 1874

    • Paul Simson ’69 

      Amateur Golfer Dominates In The Carolinas. Paul Simson exemplifies the outstanding high school athlete who has continued to excel in athletics. At Pingry, he competed in soccer (three years, including a state ...
    • Peter B. Jones, Jr. '77 

      Three-Sport Captain Broke Cross Country Records. One of PIngry’s fastest runners and a pitching ace, Peter Jones earned 10 varsity letters for cross country, winter track, and baseball. In cross country, ...
    • Peter Boyce Hilgendorff ’61 

      All-State Gridiron Star, Captain Of Three Varsity Team, And Letterman In Four Sports. Leadership was among this outstanding athlete’s qualities both on and off the playing fields. President of the Student Council ...
    • Philip Louis Scrudato ’53 

      Varsity Track Captain Breaks Broad Jump Record. According to the 1953 Blue Book, Philip Louis Scrudato was “one of the most outstanding member of his class, not only on athletics, but also in extracurricular ...
    • Rachel Rochat ’91 

      Athlete Has Eye On Olympic Gold. Rachel Rochat proved her skills in ice hockey, soccer, and softball as a pivotal member of each team. She played soccer and softball for four years and earned four varsity ...
    • Ralph W. Kunzmann ’82 

      Pingry’s All Star Goalie for Soccer, Hockey and Lacrosse. Ralph Kunzmann was one of Pingry’s triple threats: a defensive player for soccer, hockey and lacrosse as well as captain for each. Ralph earned a remarkable ...
    • Rebecca Nazario ’90 

      Twelve-Letter Athlete Enjoys Record Setting Career. With an extraordinary talent for running and unprecedented speed, Rebecca “Becky” Nazario broke school and meet records. Becky earned an impressive twelve ...
    • Reese Williams 

      Pingry Coach 1920-1965. The Man Who Started It All. When Headmaster C.B. Newton hired Reese Williams to work exclusively on the physical education program, the modern era of Pingry athletics began. From 1920 ...
    • Richard C. Ill ’61 

      Nine-Letter Man Excels In His Chosen Sports. Richard “Rick” Ill proved his worth in four sports during his time at PIngry: football, basketball, track and sailing. As a Third Team All-County quarterback, Rick ...
    • Richard C. Weiler 

      Coach Weiler proved to be an invaluable force behind Pingry’s lacrosse and swimming teams—the 1961 Lacrosse Team and 1961-1962 Swimming Team are both enshrined in Pingry’s Athletic Hall of Fame. His teams compiled impressive ...
    • Richard E. Thomas II ’62 

      1962 Centennial Cup Winner Excels In Football, Swimming and Lacrosse. Few Pingry athletes achieve as much in athletics as Richard Thomas has, earning ten Varsity letters in football, swimming and lacrosse. He ...
    • Richard Frederick Hnat ’50 

      High-Scoring Gridiron Breakaway Running Back And Captain Of The Baseball Team. Known for his prowess on the athletic field and voted “best athlete” in his senior class, Dick Hnat spent his seven years at Pingry ...
    • Richard M. Corbet ’52 

      Member Of Three Undefeated Teams Captain Of First Undefeated Basketball Team. “In the annals of Pingry School, the name of Corbet is symboli of athletic ability.” So begins an article in the 1952 Pingry Record. ...
    • Richard Tucker ’35 

      Brilliant Backfielder, Keystone Sacker, Superb Hoopster. Dick Tucker was a triple threat, equally at ease and capable on a football field as he was on the baseball diamond or the basketball court. A ...
    • Ronald L. Diamond ’57 

      Pingry Captain Had Statewide Reputations On Both The Football And Baseball Fields. In just three years at Pingry, Ron Diamond developed an outstanding record in football, basketball and baseball for Pingry. ...
    • Ross H. Beyer ’37 

      Baseball Captain And Powerful Hitter Helped Pingry Beat Rival Newark Academy Twice in 1937. Browse through the Pingry Records and Bluebooks of the mid-1930s and you’ll see the name Ross Henry Beyer ‘37 mentioned ...
    • Sara Tindall‐Woodman ‘97 

      Track and Cross Country Star Broke Records. An accomplished runner who earned nine varsity letters during her Pingry career, Sara Tindall ran with such heart that some called her “The Animal” because of her ...
    • Scott Aimetti ’89 

      Captures 11 Varsity Letters In Three Sports. A saying taken from Scott Aimetti’s senior page in the 1989 Bluebook reads “Swift, silent, and deadly.” This quote can be used to accurately describe his athletic ...
    • Sean W. O’Donnell ’75 

      Soccer Sensation Is Pingry’s All Time Offensive Star. Varsity soccer captain Sean O’Donnell is known in Pingry history by many names: “Mighty” Sean O’Donnell, the Lucky Leprechaun, Sean “Sensation” O’Donnell. ...
    • Sumner “Sandy” W. White IV ’73 

      Captain Of Three Big Blue Varsity Teams And Winner of 11 Letters In Four Sports in Four Years. Sumner “Sandy” White unquestionably distinguished himself as a Pingry athlete. A varsity player in football, ...